CITY ATTORNEY'S AGENDA
FOR THE MEETING OF MARCH 26, 2019


O R D I N A N C E S:

(1) 2nd Reading - REZN-01-19-0016: An ordinance rezoning property located at 4620 Warm Springs Road. The current zoning is NC (Neighborhood Commercial) zoning district. The proposed zoning is GC (General Commercial). The proposed use is building & construction trade. The Planning Advisory Commission and the Planning Department recommend approval. The applicant is Donna Blankenship. (Councilor Crabb)

(2) 2nd Reading - REZN-01-19-0155: An ordinance to amend the text of the Unified Development Ordinance in regards to Table 3.1.1. Microbreweries and Microdistilleries, and Chapter 13 (definitions). The Planning Advisory Commission and the Planning Department recommend approval. (Councilor Garrett)

(3) 2nd Reading - An ordinance amending Chapter 3 of the Columbus Code to provide for Alcoholic Beverage Licensing of Microbreweries and Microdistilleries. (Companion to Item 2) (Councilor Garrett)

(4) 2nd Reading - REZN-11-18-2155: An ordinance amending the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) for Columbus, Georgia so as to amend Article 6 of Chapter 4 of the Unified Development Ordinance of Columbus, Georgia pertaining to Tree Preservation and Replacement to add a new paragraph F to Section 4.6.12 and add new definitions to Section 13.1.1 of the UDO; and for other purposes. The Planning Advisory Commission and the Planning Department recommend approval. (Mayor Pro-Tem Pugh)

(5) 1st Reading - REZN-12-18-2159: An ordinance rezoning property located at 2870 Christine Road. The current zoning is SFR2 (Single Family Residential 2) zoning district. The proposed zoning is SFR3 (Single Family Residential 3). The proposed use is houses. The Planning Advisory Commission and the Planning Department recommend approval. The applicant is Ashwini Jain. (Continued from March 12, 2019) (Councilor Barnes)

(6) 1st Reading - REZN-01-19-0045: An ordinance rezoning property located at 820 5th Avenue. The current zoning is GC (General Commercial) zoning district. The proposed zoning is RMF1 (Residential Multifamily 1). The proposed use is car port. The Planning Advisory Commission and the Planning Department recommend approval. The applicant is Katrina Chester. (Continued from March 12, 2019) (Councilor Woodson)

(7) 1st Reading - REZN-01-19-0095: An ordinance rezoning property located at 1147 6th Avenue and 512 12th Street. The current zoning is LMI (Light Manufacturing / Industrial) zoning district. The proposed zoning is UPT (Uptown). The proposed use is apartments / office / warehouse. The Planning Advisory Commission and the Planning Department recommend approval. The applicant is Ken Henson, Jr. (Councilor Woodson)

(8) 1st Reading - REZN-02-19-0219: An ordinance amending the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) for Columbus, Georgia so as to revise and replace certain provisions pertaining to Personal Care Homes with updated requirements and definitions that are consistent with state law; and for other purposes. The Planning Advisory Commission and the Planning Department recommend approval. (Councilors Davis & Barnes)

(9) 1st Reading - An ordinance amending the Columbus, Georgia Pension Plan for General Government Employees, and the Columbus, Georgia Pension Plan for Employees of the Department of Public Safety to clarify the definition of “Actuarial (or Actuarially) Equivalent”; and for other purposes. (Mayor Pro-Tem Pugh)

(10) 1st Reading - An ordinance amending Columbus Code Section 20-13.11 pertaining to parking management districts to redefine the confines of each parking management district and clarify provisions pertaining to overtime parking; and for other purposes. (Mayor Pro-Tem Pugh)

(11) 1st Reading - An ordinance adopting an Acceptable and Supportable Use of Technology Policy with amendment. (Mayor Pro-Tem) (Requested by Information Technology and Human Resources)

R E S O L U T I O N S:

(12) EXCP-12-18-2251: A resolution authorizing a special exception to allow operation of a boarding house at 3019 North Lumpkin Road. The house is located within the RMF1 (Residential Multifamily 1)zoning district and requires a special exception. The Planning Advisory Commission and the Planning Department recommend approval. The applicant is Charles Wright. (Councilor Huff)