January 30, 2020
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1. ROLL CALL
2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES - January 16, 2020
3. CIP TRANSFERS
4. MAJOR SUBDIVSION FINAL PLANS / 1142-1158 WARD STREET (Tenth District)
The purpose of this subdivision is to reconfigure the lot lines so that the site is reduced from 7 currently vacant lots to a total of 4 lots. 3 of the lots will be developed with single-family attached dwellings and the 4th lot will be left vacant and developed at a future time.
5. MAJOR SUBDIVSION FINAL PLANS / 6205, 6219 LINCOLN AVENUE (Fifth District)
The purpose of this subdivision is to reconfigure the existing two lots into a total of four lots. An existing detached dwelling that fronts on Pimlico Road will be separated from the larger synagogue lot, 6219 Lincoln Avenue. Also, the side yard of 6205 Lincoln Avenue will be separated from the existing detached dwelling to allow for future development. No development is currently proposed.
6. CITY COUNCIL BILL #19-0465/ PORT COVINGTON DISTRICT AND PORT COVINGTON COMMUNITY BENEFITS DISTRICT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY (Eleventh District)
For the purpose of creating a community benefits district for Port Covington; specifying the boundaries of the district; creating a community benefits district management authority and providing for its rights, duties, and powers; providing for the selection and composition of the Authority’s Board of Directors; designating the initial interim board of the authority and providing for the selection and approval of a full board, including authority to establish up to three classes of board memberships with certain approval rights granted to each class; creating the administrator for the authority and approving a potential administrator; mandating the financial responsibilities of the Authority and the City in conjunction with the operation of the district; providing for a supplemental tax to be collected for the Authority; …
7. CITY COUNCIL BILL #19-0480/ ZONING – USE STANDARDS – NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS (Councilmembers Schleifer and Henry)
For the purpose of allowing the limited expansion of a non-residential use into a newly constructed addition to the principal building; and conforming and clarifying related provisions. (Citywide)
This agenda was prepared on the assumption that all necessary materials have been made available in suggestion time for consideration by the Planning Commission at this meeting. There are occasionally changes in this agenda when relevant materials have not been delivered to the Department of Planning on schedule.
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