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File #: 2020-1172    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Preliminary Item
File created: 9/24/2020 In control: Board of Commissioners - Zoning Meeting
On agenda: 11/19/2020 Final action:
Title: COMMISSION DISTRICT(S): 1 & 7 Application of Azalea House for a Special Land Use Permit (SLUP) in the Northlake Overlay District, Tier 2 and the O-I (Office Institutional) (Conditional-CZ-00078) District to expand an existing community personal care home, at 1896 Ludovie Lane.
Attachments: 1. SLUP 20 1244241 Staff Report, 2. SLUP-20-1244241 Recommended Conditions

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

SUBJECT:
Title
COMMISSION DISTRICT(S): 1 & 7
Application of Azalea House for a Special Land Use Permit (SLUP) in the Northlake Overlay District, Tier 2 and the O-I (Office Institutional) (Conditional-CZ-00078) District to expand an existing community personal care home, at 1896 Ludovie Lane.
Body
PETITION NO: N7. SLUP-20-1244241 2020-1172
PROPOSED USE: Expansion of existing community personal care home.
LOCATION: 1896 Ludovie Lane, Decatur, Ga.
PARCEL NO. : 18-191-01-010
INFO. CONTACT: Melora Furman, Sr. Planner
PHONE NUMBER: 404-371-2155

PURPOSE:
Application of Azalea House for a Special Land Use Permit (SLUP) in the Northlake Overlay District, Tier 2 and the O-I (Office Institutional) (Conditional-CZ-00078) District to expand an existing community personal care home. The property is located on the west side of Ludovie Lane, approximately 364 feet north of LaVista Road, at 1896 Ludovie Lane in Decatur, Georgia. The property has approximately 153 feet of frontage along Ludovie Lane and contains 1.02 acres.


RECOMMENDATION:
Recommended Action
COMMUNITY COUNCIL: Approval.

PLANNING COMMISSION: Approval with Conditions.

PLANNING STAFF: Approval with Conditions.

STAFF ANALYSIS: The proposal to expand the existing community personal care home is consistent with the following policy of the 2035 Comprehensive Plan: "Increase the availability of special needs housing to meet the growing population" (Housing Policy No. 7). The proposed building additions would allow the number of residents to increase from 24 to 30 at maximum capacity. Addition of six residents would not change the operation of the facility and would not affect the existing compatibility of the facility with adjoining land uses. The size, scale, and massing of the building after completion of the additions would be appropriate in relation to the size of the su...

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