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Please note: this meeting's minutes have not been finalized yet. Actions taken on legislation and their results are not available.
Meeting Name: City Planning Commission Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 5/17/2022 7:00 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Larcom City Hall, 301 E Huron St, Second floor, City Council Chambers
This meeting will be broadcast on CTN Cable Channel 16, ATT Channel 99, and at a2gov.org/watchCTN Public comment can be made in person, or by calling: 877 853 5247 or 888 788 0099 Enter Meeting ID: 977 6634 1226
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22-0892 14-a.May 4, 2022 City Planning Commission Meeting MinutesMinutesMay 4, 2022 City Planning Commission Meeting Minutes   Not available Not available
22-0893 1 Various Communications to City Planning CommissionReport or Communication Various Communications to City Planning Commission   Not available Not available
22-0894 1 Public Hearings Scheduled for Tuesday, June 7, 2022 Planning Commission MeetingReport or Communication Public Hearings Scheduled for Tuesday, June 7, 2022 Planning Commission Meeting   Not available Not available
22-0895 18-a.330 Detroit Street Site Plan for Planning Commission Approval – Two existing buildings are proposed to be removed to accommodate a 5-story building that includes 14 residential units, 23 on-site parking spaces, and 1,850 square feet of ground floor retailResolution/Public Hearing330 Detroit Street Site Plan for Planning Commission Approval - Two existing buildings are proposed to be removed to accommodate a 5-story building that includes 14 residential units, 23 on-site parking spaces, and 1,850 square feet of ground floor retail space. Pedestrian and vehicular access will be from N. Fifth Avenue and Detroit Street. Zoning is D2 (Downtown Interface) the lot size is 9,879 square feet (0.23-acre parcel) and the site is located at 303, 312 and 314 Detroit Street. Staff Recommendation: Approval   Not available Not available
22-0896 18-b.Proposed Amendments to Ann Arbor City Code Chapter 55 Unified Development Code - Amendments to the Unified Development Code (UDC) Sections 5.16.1.A (Residential Occupancy), 5.16.2.A and B (Adult Day Care Center, Child Care Center), 5.16.3.J (Outdoor RecreResolution/Public HearingProposed Amendments to Ann Arbor City Code Chapter 55 Unified Development Code - Amendments to the Unified Development Code (UDC) Sections 5.16.1.A (Residential Occupancy), 5.16.2.A and B (Adult Day Care Center, Child Care Center), 5.16.3.J (Outdoor Recreation), 5.16.3.P (Transit Corridor Development), 5.16.4.B (Nonprofit Corporations), 5.16.6.C (Drive-Through Facilities), 5.16.6.G (Group Day Care Home), and Section 5.19 (Parking Standards) are being considered to eliminate minimum parking requirements for all uses, eliminate or consolidate some parking use categories, eliminate the option for off-site bicycle parking, change the weight limit for vehicles parked in driveways, simplify the requirements for electric vehicle parking, and change, reformat, and include the TC1 district in the special parking district regulations. These changes will enable reduced impervious surfaces, encourage land to be used more efficiently, incentivize the construction of new residential uses, reduce the cost of constructing new residential uses, and support transit services. Staff Recommendation: App   Not available Not available
22-0897 19-a.Annual Comprehensive Plan Review - The Ann Arbor City Planning Commission and Planning & Development Services Unit review the City Comprehensive Plan on a regular basis. The City Comprehensive Plan consists of several plans, or “elements,” that work togetResolution/Public HearingAnnual Comprehensive Plan Review - The Ann Arbor City Planning Commission and Planning & Development Services Unit review the City Comprehensive Plan on a regular basis. The City Comprehensive Plan consists of several plans, or “elements,” that work together to describe a vision for the City’s future and guide decisions about its land use, transportation, infrastructure, environment, housing, and public facilities. The adopted plan elements can be found on the City’s website at www.a2gov.org/compplan . As part of an annual review, the Planning Commission is seeking comments about the City Comprehensive Plan, including elements that should be studied for possible change or new elements that should be added to the Plan. Staff Recommendation: Approval   Not available Not available
22-0898 19-b.2022-2023 City Planning Commission and Staff Work-Program - Staff Recommendation: ApprovalResolution/Public Hearing2022-2023 City Planning Commission and Staff Work-Program - Staff Recommendation: Approval   Not available Not available