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File #: 20-0058    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Zoning Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 1/2/2020 In control: Planning and Zoning Board
On agenda: 1/9/2020 Final action:
Title: ZV 2019-09, Weekley Asphalt Paving Plant, 20701 Stirling Road, variance request. (Dean)
Attachments: 1. Agenda Item No. 2 (20-0058)
Title
ZV 2019-09, Weekley Asphalt Paving Plant, 20701 Stirling Road, variance request. (Dean)

Summary Explanation and Background

SUMMARY EXPLANATION AND BACKGROUND:
PROJECT DESCRIPTION / BACKGROUND:

Tod Workman, as agent for owner, has submitted three (3) variance requests for existing conditions at the Weekly Asphalt Plant located at 20701 Stirling Road:
To allow 9’ x 18’ existing parking spaces instead of the required 9’ x 19’ parking spaces; to allow 16.3’ wide existing drive lane instead of required 24.0’ wide drive lane and to allow no landscape buffer along northern property line instead of required landscape buffer abutting all adjacent properties.
These variances, along with proposed Site Plan #SP 2018-09 (to be reviewed by the Planning & Zoning Board at a future P & Z Board meeting) are to bring into compliance a number of structures and improvements made on this property over the years.
VARIANCE REQUEST DETAILS:

ZV 2019-09) Allow 9’ x 18’ existing parking spaces instead of the required 9’ x 19’ parking spaces.

Code Reference: §155.248 PARKING SPACE DIMENSIONS.
(B) Standard parking spaces must adhere to one of the following consistent with the city’s engineering standard which may be amended from time to time (as maintained by the City Engineer): (1) Outparcel buildings and free standing buildings of over 3,000 square feet of gross floor area may be permitted a maximum of three short-term parking spaces.

(1) Nine by 19 feet, including a wheel stop which is placed three feet from the curb or edge of pavement;

VARIANCE DETERMINATION

The Planning and Zoning Board shall not grant any non-single-family variances, permits, or make any decision, finding, and determination unless it first determines that:

1. Its decision and action taken is in harmony with the general purposes of the zoning ordinances of the city and is not contrary to the public interest, health, or welfare, taking into account the character and use of adjoining buildings and t...

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