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Meeting Name: City Planning Commission Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 2/5/2019 7:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Larcom City Hall, 301 E Huron St, Second floor, City Council Chambers
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19-0212 15-aNovember 20, 2018 City Planning Commission Meeting MinutesMinutesNovember 20, 2018 City Planning Commission Meeting Minutes   Not available Not available
19-0213 15-bDecember 18, 2018 City Planning Commission Meeting MinutesMinutesDecember 18, 2018 City Planning Commission Meeting Minutes   Not available Not available
19-0214 1 Various Correspondences to the City Planning CommissionReport or Communication Various Correspondences to the City Planning Commission   Not available Not available
19-0215 1 Public Hearings Scheduled for the February 21, 2019 Planning Commission MeetingReport or Communication Public Hearings Scheduled for the February 21, 2019 Planning Commission Meeting   Not available Not available
19-0209 19-aBristol Ridge Site Plan for City Council ApprovalResolution/Public HearingBristol Ridge Site Plan for City Council Approval - A proposal to combine 3 parcels (2710 - 2750 Pontiac Trail) totaling 7-acres and developing 69 townhouse dwelling units accessed from one drive off Pontiac Trail. A medium quality woodland is located on the eastern portion of the site with some disturbance. (Ward 1) Staff Recommendation: Approval   Not available Not available
19-0209 1 Bristol Ridge Site Plan for City Council ApprovalResolution/Public HearingBristol Ridge Site Plan for City Council Approval - A proposal to combine 3 parcels (2710 - 2750 Pontiac Trail) totaling 7-acres and developing 69 townhouse dwelling units accessed from one drive off Pontiac Trail. A medium quality woodland is located on the eastern portion of the site with some disturbance. (Ward 1) Staff Recommendation: Approval   Not available Not available
19-0209 1 Bristol Ridge Site Plan for City Council ApprovalResolution/Public HearingBristol Ridge Site Plan for City Council Approval - A proposal to combine 3 parcels (2710 - 2750 Pontiac Trail) totaling 7-acres and developing 69 townhouse dwelling units accessed from one drive off Pontiac Trail. A medium quality woodland is located on the eastern portion of the site with some disturbance. (Ward 1) Staff Recommendation: Approval   Not available Not available
19-0209 1 Bristol Ridge Site Plan for City Council ApprovalResolution/Public HearingBristol Ridge Site Plan for City Council Approval - A proposal to combine 3 parcels (2710 - 2750 Pontiac Trail) totaling 7-acres and developing 69 townhouse dwelling units accessed from one drive off Pontiac Trail. A medium quality woodland is located on the eastern portion of the site with some disturbance. (Ward 1) Staff Recommendation: Approval   Not available Not available
19-0210 19-bRecommendation on rezoning parcels on the west side of the 600 block of South Ashley Street (7 parcels, addresses 606 - 628)Resolution/Public HearingOn September 4, 2018, City Council passed Resolution R-18-361 directing the Planning Commission to consider and make a recommendation on rezoning parcels on the west side of the 600 block of South Ashley Street (7 parcels, addresses 606 - 628) from C2B (Business Service) to R2A (Two-Family Dwelling).Based on the study findings staff recommendation is denial. (Ward 5)   Not available Not available
19-0210 1 Recommendation on rezoning parcels on the west side of the 600 block of South Ashley Street (7 parcels, addresses 606 - 628)Resolution/Public HearingOn September 4, 2018, City Council passed Resolution R-18-361 directing the Planning Commission to consider and make a recommendation on rezoning parcels on the west side of the 600 block of South Ashley Street (7 parcels, addresses 606 - 628) from C2B (Business Service) to R2A (Two-Family Dwelling).Based on the study findings staff recommendation is denial. (Ward 5)   Not available Not available
19-0210 1 Recommendation on rezoning parcels on the west side of the 600 block of South Ashley Street (7 parcels, addresses 606 - 628)Resolution/Public HearingOn September 4, 2018, City Council passed Resolution R-18-361 directing the Planning Commission to consider and make a recommendation on rezoning parcels on the west side of the 600 block of South Ashley Street (7 parcels, addresses 606 - 628) from C2B (Business Service) to R2A (Two-Family Dwelling).Based on the study findings staff recommendation is denial. (Ward 5)   Not available Not available
19-0210 1 Recommendation on rezoning parcels on the west side of the 600 block of South Ashley Street (7 parcels, addresses 606 - 628)Resolution/Public HearingOn September 4, 2018, City Council passed Resolution R-18-361 directing the Planning Commission to consider and make a recommendation on rezoning parcels on the west side of the 600 block of South Ashley Street (7 parcels, addresses 606 - 628) from C2B (Business Service) to R2A (Two-Family Dwelling).Based on the study findings staff recommendation is denial. (Ward 5)   Not available Not available
19-0211 19-cRecommendation on rezoning parcels in the area of West Davis Avenue, West Hoover Avenue, Edgewood Place, Wilder Place, and South Main StreetResolution/Public HearingCity Council recently passed Resolution R-18-361 directing the Planning Commission to consider and make a recommendation on rezoning parcels in the area of West Davis Avenue, West Hoover Avenue, Edgewood Place, Wilder Place, and South Main Street from R4C (Multiple-Family Dwelling district) to R1D and/or R1E (Single-Family Dwelling districts). Based on the study findings, 58 lots are proposed to be rezoned R1D and 4 lots are proposed to be rezoned R1E. All other lots in the study area are recommended to remain zoned R4C. (Ward 5)   Not available Not available
19-0211 1 Recommendation on rezoning parcels in the area of West Davis Avenue, West Hoover Avenue, Edgewood Place, Wilder Place, and South Main StreetResolution/Public HearingCity Council recently passed Resolution R-18-361 directing the Planning Commission to consider and make a recommendation on rezoning parcels in the area of West Davis Avenue, West Hoover Avenue, Edgewood Place, Wilder Place, and South Main Street from R4C (Multiple-Family Dwelling district) to R1D and/or R1E (Single-Family Dwelling districts). Based on the study findings, 58 lots are proposed to be rezoned R1D and 4 lots are proposed to be rezoned R1E. All other lots in the study area are recommended to remain zoned R4C. (Ward 5)   Not available Not available
19-0211 1 Recommendation on rezoning parcels in the area of West Davis Avenue, West Hoover Avenue, Edgewood Place, Wilder Place, and South Main StreetResolution/Public HearingCity Council recently passed Resolution R-18-361 directing the Planning Commission to consider and make a recommendation on rezoning parcels in the area of West Davis Avenue, West Hoover Avenue, Edgewood Place, Wilder Place, and South Main Street from R4C (Multiple-Family Dwelling district) to R1D and/or R1E (Single-Family Dwelling districts). Based on the study findings, 58 lots are proposed to be rezoned R1D and 4 lots are proposed to be rezoned R1E. All other lots in the study area are recommended to remain zoned R4C. (Ward 5)   Not available Not available
19-0211 1 Recommendation on rezoning parcels in the area of West Davis Avenue, West Hoover Avenue, Edgewood Place, Wilder Place, and South Main StreetResolution/Public HearingCity Council recently passed Resolution R-18-361 directing the Planning Commission to consider and make a recommendation on rezoning parcels in the area of West Davis Avenue, West Hoover Avenue, Edgewood Place, Wilder Place, and South Main Street from R4C (Multiple-Family Dwelling district) to R1D and/or R1E (Single-Family Dwelling districts). Based on the study findings, 58 lots are proposed to be rezoned R1D and 4 lots are proposed to be rezoned R1E. All other lots in the study area are recommended to remain zoned R4C. (Ward 5)   Not available Not available