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File #: 19-8037   
Type: Resolution
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 11/7/2019
Posting Language: Resolution initiating a Rezoning of 8.523 acres out of NCB 17338, a property generally located at 17115 Redland Road in Council District 10 to zoning that is consistent with the existing development and use of the property. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Michael Shannon, Director, Development Services]
Attachments: 1. Location Map, 2. Signed CCR (District 10) - 17115 Redland Road, 3. Draft Resolution.pdf, 4. Resolution 2019-11-07-0066R
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DEPARTMENT: Development Services

DEPARTMENT HEAD: Michael Shannon

COUNCIL DISTRICT IMPACTED: Council District 10

 

SUMMARY:

Councilmember Clayton H. Perry requests that City Council, through resolution, direct City Staff to initiate a rezoning to address the “CD” Conditional Use and “S” Specific Use Authorization designated on the property for the proposed use and location of the use on the submitted site plan. The proposed resolution would authorize City Staff to take appropriate steps to bring forward to the Zoning Commission for a recommendation and to City Council for final action, an ordinance amending the zoning and site plan for 8.523 acres NCB 17338, generally located at 17115 Redland Road.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

The purpose of the zoning request is to address property zoned “C-2 CD S ERZD” as the result of a rezoning in 2018 (Z2018153 CD S ERZD). This proposal seeks to rezone the property to allow the relocation of the industrial use with outside storage away from the Redland Road corridor. 

ISSUE:

The property at 17115 Redland Road requires review and resubmittal of a site plan relocating the proposed use and outside storage away from the Redland Road corridor. The current zoning and site plan allows the use closer to Redland Road which can contribute to the appearance of blight in the area and could have an adverse impact on an important commercial corridor. 

FISCAL IMPACT:

The subject area comprises approximately 8.523 acres.  The total Zoning application fee is $5,751.92.

If this resolution is approved by Council, the cost of these processes will be absorbed by the Development Services Department.

RECOMMENDATION:

Staff recommends approval of the Resolution as this direction will provide an opportunity to apply appropriate zoning to noted subject property.