AN ORDINANCE
NO.

An ordinance amending the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) for Columbus, Georgia so as to amend certain sections of the Unified Development Ordinance of the Columbus Codes so as to correct typos and minor errors in various chapters.
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THE COUNCIL OF COLUMBUS, GEORGIA HEREBY ORDAINS:
SECTION 1.

Chapter 2 of the Unified Development Ordinance is hereby amended by amending Section 2.1.6.B.1 to read as follows:
SECTION 2.

Chapter 4 of the Unified Development Ordinance is hereby amended by amending Section 4.7.4.B to read as follows:
SECTION 3.

Chapter 10 of the Unified Development Ordinance is hereby amended by amending Section 10.2.5.A.2(A) to read as follows:
SECTION 4.

Chapter 10 of the Unified Development Ordinance is hereby amended by amending Section 10.2.5.C.3(A)(2) to read as follows:
SECTION 5.

Chapter 2 of the Unified Development Ordinance is hereby amended by amending Table 2.2.11 to read as follows:
Zoning DistrictProperty Development Regulations
Min. Lot Size (Square Feet)Max. Density (Units per Acre)Max. Lot CoverageMin. Lot Width (Feet)Max. Bldg Height (Feet)
Minimum Required
Yard/Setback (Feet)
Notes
FrontSideSide
Corner
Rear
RMF1
 SF Detached6,0007.2535%50352052030
 Townhouse1,800
(1,800)
18 50%20352082 2030
 Duplex6,000
(3,000)
14.550%50352082 2030
 Multifamily and Condo6,000
(3,000)
14.550%50352082 2030
 Nonresidential Use6,000
(3,000)
14.550%50352082 20
Note.
1Number of square feet in parenthesis is the minimum lot area per individual dwelling unit or nonresidential use.
2Applies to end units only.
SECTION 6.

Chapter 3 of the Unified Development Ordinance is hereby amended by amending Table 3.2.10 to read as follows:

Zoning District
Facility Type
Attached
Wireless Array
Concealed Support StructureNew TowerCollocation on
Existing Tower
REARSESEBP
Residential Zoning Districts (All)ARSEX1BP
HISTAR/BHARAR/BHARXBP
ROARARSEBP
UPTARBPSEBP
NC and CRDARARSEBP
GC and SACARBPSEBP
LMI, HMI and TECHBPBPSEBP
Notes and Additional Standards.
AR=Administrative Review
SE=Special Exception Use
BP=Building Permit
X=Prohibited

X1 = Prohibited (see Section 3.2.72.E. Prohibited Locations for clarification)
BHAR=Board of Historic and Architectural Review

SECTION 7.
Chapter 4 of the Unified Development Ordinance is hereby amended by amending Table 4.3.2 to read as follows:

Measurement (See Figure 4.3.4)
ABCDEFG
08'0"8'0"12'0"23'0"28'0"None
309'0"17'3"11'0"18'0"45'6"37'8"
459'0"19'8"13'0"12'7"52'5"46'5"
609'0"21'0"18'0"10'4"60'0"55'5"
909'0"20'0"24'0"9'0"64'0"None

SECTION 8.

Chapter 4 of the Unified Development Ordinance is hereby amended by amending Table 4.2.1 to read as follows:

Site/Location/UseMaximum
Illumination
Maximum Height of
Light Standard
Other Requirements,
Standards or
Exceptions
Nonresidential Zoning Districts50 foot-candles35 feetNonconforming lighting or illumination.2
Commercial Parking and Loading Areas50 foot-candles35 feetNonconforming lighting or illumination.2
Residential Zoning District Line1.0 foot-candle30 feetCut-off fixtures to be used along all perimeters with residential district.2,3
Nonresidential Zoning District Line3 foot-candle35 feetCut-off fixtures to be used along all perimeters with residential districts.2,3
Decorative Lighting100 watt incandescent and 10 foot-candles10 feetMay be included as part of lighting plan. Limited to campus settings such as office complexes, hospitals, schools, industrial parks, etc.2,4
Nonresidential Use in a Residential Zoning District.25 foot candles25 feetFoot candles and maximum height may be increased by City Engineer, based upon specific circumstances. Lighting plan to limit impact on residential uses.
Notes.
1Security lighting mounted on the side of a building may exceed maximum height requirements, but must comply with maximum illumination standards.
2Lighting and illumination levels that exceed the standards of this Section, but were legally installed prior to the effective date of this Section are to be considered as conforming to such standards.
3City Engineer may approve alternative fixtures that provide equal or greater compliance with the lighting standards.
4Lighting to consist of bollards, low level fixtures, and similar lighting installations.

SECTION 9.

All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance are hereby repealed.
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Introduced at a regular meeting of the Council of Columbus, Georgia held on the 10th day of December, 2013, introduced a second time at a regular meeting of said Council held on the ______ day of ________, 2014, and adopted at said meeting by the affirmative vote of ________ members of said Council.


Councilor Allen voting____________.
Councilor Baker voting____________.
Councilor Barnes voting___________.
Councilor Davis voting____________.
Councilor Henderson voting________.
Councilor Huff voting_____________.
Councilor McDaniel voting_________.
Councilor Pugh voting_____________.
Councilor Thomas voting___________.
Councilor Woodson voting__________.


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TINY B. WASHINGTON TERESA PIKE TOMLINSON
CLERK MAYOR