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File #: 4881   
Type: Public Hearing Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 7/26/2022 In control: Planning and Zoning Board / Local Planning Agency
On agenda: 8/15/2022 Final action: 8/15/2022
Title: Paul J. Marion, Kimberly Ann LaMattina, Kayla Marie Losat, and Jessica Lynn Ripper; and Robert Clay Kirk and Ethylmay Kirk (Chad Genoni) request a Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment (22S.11), to change the Future Land Use designation from RES 2 to RES 4. (22SS00008) (Tax Accounts 2102878 & 2102882) (District 1)
Attachments: 1. Administrative Policies of the Future Land Use Element.pdf, 2. Staff Comments, 3. GIS Maps, 4. School Concurrency, 5. Public Comment
Subject:
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Paul J. Marion, Kimberly Ann LaMattina, Kayla Marie Losat, and Jessica Lynn Ripper; and Robert Clay Kirk and Ethylmay Kirk (Chad Genoni) request a Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment (22S.11), to change the Future Land Use designation from RES 2 to RES 4. (22SS00008) (Tax Accounts 2102878 & 2102882) (District 1)
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Fiscal Impact:
None
Dept/Office:
Planning & Development
Requested Action:
Recommendation
It is requested that the Local Planning Agency conduct a public hearing to consider a Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment (22S11), to change the Future Land Use designation from RES 2 (Residential 2) to RES 4 (Residential 4).
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Summary Explanation and Background:
The applicant is seeking to amend the Future Land Use Map designation on 35.36 acres of land from RES 2 to RES 4 to establish a consistent Future Land Use Map designation on 5 adjacent parcels in order to develop a single-family residential subdivision with up to 306 single family lots, although available school capacity may limit the development to 197 single-family lots on approximately 76.52 acres. The proposed development will be limited to a density of 4 units per acre. Currently, 2 ten-acre parcels and a 19.03 acre portion of a third parcel already have the necessary RES 4 designation. The larger parcel has approximately 1,300 linear feet of frontage on Brockett Road which can provide primary access to the development from US Highway 1.

A separate small scale amendment application was submitted for the proposed development requesting a Future Land Use Map designation change from REC (Recreation) to RES 4 (22SS00007) in order to provide a second access point to US Highway 1 via Old Dixie Highway. A companion rezoning application was submitted accompanying this request for a Zoning change from RU-1-11, SR, GML, and AU to RU-1-7 (22Z00029), with a BDP proposing to limit development to 4 units per acre. The proposed RU-1-7 zoning can be considered consistent with the pr...

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