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File #: 2020-1175    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Public Hearing
File created: 9/24/2020 In control: Board of Commissioners
On agenda: 6/22/2021 Final action: 6/22/2021
Title: COMMISSION DISTRICT(S): 3 & 6 Section 27-3.39.3 (Permitted Uses and Structures -Bouldercrest Overlay District Land Use Table), Section 27-9.1.3 (Definitions), Section 27-3.39.8 (Supplemental Regulations-Bouldercrest Overlay District).
Attachments: 1. Substitute 2021 06.22 Item 2020-1175, 2. 2021 05.25 Item 2020-1175, 3. TA-20-1244234 Staff Report March 2021, 4. TA 20 1244234 Final Staff 10 28 20_FINAL
Substitute
Public Hearing: YES ? NO ? Department: Planning & Sustainability

SUBJECT:
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COMMISSION DISTRICT(S): 3 & 6
Section 27-3.39.3 (Permitted Uses and Structures -Bouldercrest Overlay District Land Use Table), Section 27-9.1.3 (Definitions), Section 27-3.39.8 (Supplemental Regulations-Bouldercrest Overlay District).
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PETITION NO: TA-20-1244234 2020-1175
PROPOSED USE: N/A.
LOCATION: N/A
PARCEL NO. : N/A
INFO. CONTACT: John Reid
PHONE NUMBER: 404-275-3944

PURPOSE:
The Bouldercrest-Cedar Grove-Moreland Overlay District establishes standards and procedures that apply to any development, use, alteration, or redevelopment on any lot or portion thereof within its boundaries. The overlay district takes precedence over the underlying zoning district regulations. The intent of these text amendments is to enhance the long-term economic viability of the overlay district while protecting surrounding properties.

RECOMMENDATION:
Recommended Action
COMMUNITY COUNCIL: Denial.

PLANNING COMMISSION: Withdrawal

PLANNING STAFF: 30-day deferral

PLANNIG STAFF ANALYSIS: The proposed amendments included changes to the land use table (See attached Land Use Table) and to the development standards. The proposed amendments primarily impact Tiers 2, 4, and 4a which are the industrial/heavy commercial tiers of the overlay district. Tier 2. Tier 4(a) is the industrial area along the east side of I-675 and south of Henrico Road, and is only separated from the single-family residential areas to the east by an existing Georgia Power Overhead Utility Easement. Therefore, land uses and development standards should be more stringent in this tier. To help ensure compatibility with the nearby residential areas, there are several nonresidential land uses that are proposed to be changed to either prohibited uses or uses that require a SLUP. Tier 4 (including "Gateway 2" and "Corridor 2") is the existing industrial zoned area ...

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