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File #: 2019-4707    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Preliminary Item
File created: 11/25/2019 In control: Board of Commissioners - Zoning Meeting
On agenda: 1/28/2020 Final action:
Title: COMMISSION DISTRICT(S): 3 & 7 Application of Tony Dawson for a Special Land Use Permit (SLUP) for an alcohol outlet (beer/wine) within an existing 1,000 square-foot convenience store in the C-1 (Local Commercial) District, in accordance with Chapter 27, Article 4, Table 4.1 Use Table of the DeKalb County Code, 3285 Glenwood Road.
Attachments: 1. RECOMMENDED CONDITIONS SLUP 20 1243596, 2. N1 SLUP 20 1243596 Tony Dawson 12 9 19

Public Hearing: YES ? NO ? Department: Planning & Sustainability

SUBJECT:
Title
COMMISSION DISTRICT(S): 3 & 7
Application of Tony Dawson for a Special Land Use Permit (SLUP) for an alcohol outlet (beer/wine) within an existing 1,000 square-foot convenience store in the C-1 (Local Commercial) District, in accordance with Chapter 27, Article 4, Table 4.1 Use Table of the DeKalb County Code, 3285 Glenwood Road.
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PETITION NO: N1. SLUP-20-1243596 (2019-4707)
PROPOSED USE: Alcohol Outlet within existing Convenience Store
LOCATION: 3285 Glenwood Road
PARCEL NO. : 15 170 13 003
INFO. CONTACT: Marian Eisenberg
PHONE NUMBER: 404-371-4922

PURPOSE:
Application of Tony Dawson for a Special Land Use Permit (SLUP) for an alcohol outlet (beer/wine) within an existing 1,000 square-foot convenience store in the C-1 (Local Commercial) District, in accordance with Chapter 27, Article 4, Table 4.1 Use Table of the DeKalb County Code. The property is located on the south side of Glenwood Road, approximately 120 feet west of Glenvalley Drive, at 3285 Glenwood Road, Decatur, Georgia. The property has approximately 210 feet of frontage along Glenwood Road and contains 0.93 acre.


RECOMMENDATION:
Recommended Action
COMMUNITY COUNCIL: Denial.

PLANNING COMMISSION: Denial.

PLANNING STAFF: Approval with Conditions.

STAFF ANALYSIS: The proposed request for an alcohol outlet as an accessory use to a convenience store is required to obtain a Special Land Use Permit (SLUP) since it is located in the C-1 (Local Commercial) zoning district. The proposed renovation of the existing convenience store on the subject property (see attached conceptual elevation) is consistent with the policy and strategy of the Commercial Redevelopment Corridor (CRC) future land use designation to upgrade the appearance of existing older commercial buildings with fa?ade improvements (CRC Policy #20). The proposed accessory use within...

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