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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Post May 16 City Council meeting wrap-up.

By Accessmilton.com

Post May 16 City Council Meeting wrap-up.

NEW BUSINESS

1. Approval of a Resolution Amending Resolution No. 08-01-09, A Resolution Appointing A Member to the City of Milton Design Review Board for District 6.

(Agenda Item No. 11-104)

(Presented by Mayor Joe Lockwood)

Moved by motion and vote to before zoning agenda

Motion to approve Tim Bryan passed 6-0
Note: Councilman Burt Hewitt was absent



ZONING AGENDA

1. ZM11-01 - Requested by Charles Feyt Located at Lot #9 - Atlanta National Subdivision (Crooked Stick Drive) to Modify Condition 1.e. (RZ85-181) to Reduce the 100-foot Building Setback Along the South Property Lines to 50 feet and to Reduce the 100-foot Building Setback Along the West Property Line to 40 Feet.

(Agenda Item No. 11- 069)

(First Presentation at April 11, 2011 Regular Council Meeting)

(Deferred at the April 25, 2011 Regular Council Meeting)

(Presented by Lynn Tully, Community Development Director)

Approved 6-0



2. RZ10-08 - To Amend the City of Milton Zoning Ordinance, Section 64-1, Definition for Landscaping Business.

(Agenda Item No. 10-1301)

(First Presentation on December 6, 2010)

(Previously Discussed at Special Called Work Session, December 20, 2010)

(Deferred at December 20, 2010 Regular Council Meeting)

(Discussed at March 14, 2011 Work Session)

(Presented by Lynn Tully, Community Development Director)

Approved 6-0



3. RZ10-06 - To Amend the City of Milton Zoning Ordinance, Section 64-1820, Landscaping Business, Plant Nursery or Garden Center with Indoor Retail Component.

(Agenda Item No. 10-1300)

(First Presentation on December 6, 2010)

(Previously Discussed at Special Called Work Session, December 20, 2010)

(Deferred at December 20, 2010 Regular Council Meeting)

(Discussed at March 14, 2011 Work Session)

(Presented by Lynn Tully, Community Development Director)

Moved by motion and vote to appear after RZ10-08

Approved 5-1

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

"For the record" Julie was the only one to vote against the last item because she wasnt sure what the definition of the kind of truck Bill Bailey, from Bailey farms and Gardens, (a landscape business), drives?

Anonymous said...

Is his truck commercial or not? She should be smart enough to find out? I noticed they have porta johns on their property so they must be trying to run a commecial business out of there. It is terrible how she wants to stop others but she thinks it is ok for her!

Anonymous said...

His truck is a 2500 Dodge Ram, anyone know what that would be classified as?

Anonymous said...

I think they will be fine under the new rule.