|Location||4602 17th Avenue, 032-031-004|
|Current Zoning Classification:||SFR3 (Single Family Residential 3)|
|Proposed Zoning Classification:||GC (General Commercial)|
|Current Use of Property:||Vacant|
|Proposed Use of Property:||New & Used Auto Sales less than 2 acres but greater than 0.5.|
|Council District:||District 8 (Garrett)|
|Planning Advisory Commission's Recommendation:||Approval based on the staff report and compatibility with existing land uses.|
|Planning Departments Recommendation:||Approval based on compatibility with existing land uses.|
|Fort Benning's Rcommendation:||N/A|
|General Land Use:|
Planning Area F
|Environmental Impacts:||The property does not lie within the floodway and floodplain area. The developer will need an approved drainage plan prior to issuance of a Site Development permit, if a permit is required.|
|City Services:||Property is served by all city services.|
|Traffic Impact:||Traffic Impact will increase on 17th Avenue by 12 trips daily if it was developed as a single family dwelling. Traffic impact would increase by 42 trips daily if developed as a general commercial use.|
|Surrounding Zoning:||North – SFR3 (Single Family Residential 3)|
South – GC (General Commercial)
East – SFR3 (Single Family Residential 3)
West – SFR3 (Single Family Residential 3) and GC (General Commercial)
|Reasonableness of Request||The request is compatible with existing land-uses.|
The site shall include a Category C buffer along all property lines bordered by the SFR3 zoning districts. The 3 options under Category C are:
1) 20 feet with a certain amount of canopy trees, under story trees, and shrubs / ornamental grasses per 100 linear feet.
2) 10 feet with a certain amount of shrubs / ornamental grasses per 100 linear feet and a wood fence or masonry wall.
3) 30 feet undisturbed natural buffer.
|Attitude of Property Owners:||Seventy-seven (77) property owners within 300 feet of the subject properties were notified of the rezoning request. The Planning Department received three call and zero emails regarding the rezoning.|