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File #: 4950   
Type: Public Hearing Status: Adopted
File created: 8/12/2022 In control: Planning and Development
On agenda: 9/1/2022 Final action: 9/1/2022
Title: Lynda L. Lyles (Nita Salmon) requests removal of an existing BDP in an AU zoning classification. (22Z00035) (Tax Account 3010233) (District 3)
Attachments: 1. Administrative Policies of the Future Land Use Element.pdf, 2. Staff Comments, 3. GIS Maps, 4. Existing BDP, 5. P&Z Minutes 08-15-22, 6. Public Comment
Lynda L. Lyles (Nita Salmon) requests removal of an existing BDP in an AU zoning classification. (22Z00035) (Tax Account 3010233) (District 3)
Fiscal Impact:
Planning & Development
Requested Action:
It is requested that the Board of County Commissioners conduct a public hearing to consider removal of an existing BDP (Binding Development Plan) in an AU (Agricultural Residential) zoning classification.
Summary Explanation and Background:
The applicant is requesting to remove the existing BDP recorded in ORB 4803, Pages 531 - 534. The existing BDP, approved on January 28, 2003, limits agricultural use of the subject property to a tree farm only; limits the residential use of the property to only the existing residence; stipulates that no manufactured homes or mobile homes shall be placed on the subject property; and limits horses to no more than two. The AU zoning classification permits single-family residences and agricultural uses on 2.5-acre lots, with a minimum lot width and depth of 150 feet, and a minimum house size of 750 square feet. The AU classification also permits the raising/grazing of animals, fowl and beekeeping.

To the north of the subject property are three undeveloped parcels zoned AU, ranging in size from 5 acres to 15.43, and an undeveloped 150-acre parcel zoned SEU; to the south are single-family residences on lots ranging from 10.91 acres to 22.34 acres and zoned AU; to the east is 7.77 acres of undeveloped land zoned AU. To the west is an undeveloped 8.65-acre parcel zoned GU, and a single-family residence on 8.7 acres zoned GU and REU. While there have been no development approvals, research identified seven BDP's/BSP's which contain conditions limiting density on property within 1/2 mile. None of these BDP's/BSP's have a density restriction greater than 1 unit on 2.5 acres. The subject property's BDP limits development to 1 unit on 20 acres.

The Board may wish to consider whether...

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