If there was every a Milton Council meeting to go to, tonight might be a good choice. Regardless of where you sit on these discussions, it should be entertaining none the less. Check out the two zoning issues on the agenda below. Don't forget your popcorn!
1. Consideration of RZ12-17/U12-02/VC12-08 - Northeast Corner of Bethany Bend and Cogburn Road by Arrowhead Real Estate Partners to rezone from AG-1 (Agricultural) to TR (Townhouse Residential) and request a Use Permit (Sec 64-1825) to develop a 95 unit assisted living facility and 19 single family detached residences on approximately 9.09 acres. A 4 part concurrent variance, 1) To increase the height to 40 feet from average grade to bottom of the roof eave and 2 stories to 3 stories (Sec 64-1095(m)). 2) To reduce front periphery setback from 40 feet to 20 feet along Bethany Bend adjacent to the single family lots (Sec 64-669 (h)(1)). 3) To reduce the minimum side yard setback for single family lots from 7 feet to 5 feet (Sec 64-669(i)(2)(a)). 4) To reduce the minimum rear setback for the single family lots from 25 feet to 20 feet (Sec 64-669(i)(3)).
2. Consideration of RZ13-01/VC13-01 – Northeast Corner of Bethany Bend and Cogburn Road by Arrowhead Real Estate Partners to rezone from AG-1 (Agricultural) to O-I (Office-Institutional) to develop a 95 unit, 2 stories, assisted living facility on approximately 4.733 acres. A concurrent variance is also requested to delete the 75 foot buffer and 10 foot improvement setback along the east property line (Section 64-1091(b)).
3. Consideration of U12-01/VC12-07 - 14325 Hopewell Road by Dean Riopelle for a Use Permit for Exotic Animals to operate a Primate and Exotic Animal Preserve on approximately 20.74 acres. A 2 part concurrent variance, 1) Not to plant to buffer standards for a width of 75 feet along the east property (Sec. 64-1141(3)(b)). 2) To allow parking between the building and the right-of-way (Sec 64-1145(6)(c)). (Agenda Item No. 13-054) (First Presentation at March 4, 2013 Regular Council Meeting) (Kathleen Field, Community Development Director)