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File #: 19-1465    Version: 1 Name: 10/7/19 - 2857 Packard PUD Site Plan
Type: Resolution/Public Hearing Status: Defeated
File created: 10/7/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 10/7/2019 Final action: 10/7/2019
Enactment date: 10/7/2019 Enactment #:
Title: Resolution to Approve Weber PUD Site Plan and Development Agreement, 2857 Packard Road (CPC Recommendation: Approval - 7 Yeas and 1 Nays)
Attachments: 1. 2857 Packard Staff Report2 w Attachments for Printing ONLY.pdf, 2. 2019-07-23 PUD supplemental regulatio_01.pdf, 3. 2019-07-29 Attached Home Elevation.pdf, 4. 190917 Weber Draft Development Agreement.pdf
Related files: 19-1397
Resolution to Approve Weber PUD Site Plan and Development Agreement, 2857 Packard Road (CPC Recommendation: Approval - 7 Yeas and 1 Nays)
Approval of this resolution will allow for the construction of The Weber Site Plan for City Council approval. The proposed project calls for 51 total dwelling units with 26-two story townhouse units proposed in four buildings located inside the proposed ring road. The townhouse style of units requires rezoning from R1E (Single-Family Residential District) to PUD (Planned Unit Development). The townhouse style units are clustered and preserves 37 woodland trees and 6 landmark trees in exchange for public benefits that includes a natural features maintenance plan, a minimum open space preservation of 54% and management of storm water from off-site neighbors. Approval of this site plan is subject to preserving the existing house on-site until Grading Permits are approved to allow additional time for options to save this house.

Petition Summary:

* An Area Plan and conditional rezoning from R1C to R1E, single-family residential, were approved in November 2016. This conditional rezoning capped the maximum number of dwelling units to 52 on site with five of these perimeter units being ranch style, a 15-foot wide screening buffer around the perimeter of the site, and attached garages projecting no more than 12 feet from the front of the house or 6 feet from the front of the porch.

* A site plan was submitted for staff review after the original Area Plan. Each subsequent site plan removed more landmark trees. The City Planning Commission, at its meeting of September 19, 2017, recommended denial of this this request due to the impact on woodland and landmark trees. At its meeting of November 20, 2017 the City Council denied this site plan petition.

* A PUD site plan was submitted on April 25, 2019, and the general layout from the previous site plan is the same with the number of units remaining a...

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