Document 425654

AGENDA
PLANNING/
PUBLIC WORKS
COMMITTEE
11/13/2014
Henry E. Darby, Chairman
Colleen Condon
Anna B. Johnson
Teddie E. Pryor
Joe Qualey
Vic Rawl
Herb Sass
Dickie Schweers
Elliott Summey
AGENDA
PLANNING/PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE
NOVEMBER 13, 2014
5:00 PM
1. ZREZ-8-14-19171, 2456 Savannah Highway
- Request to Change
Taylor/Pennick
2. ZLDR Amendments
A) Mt. Pleasant Overlay District Amendments
B) Folly Road Corridor Overlay District Amendments
C) Towing & Salvage Yard Use Amendments
Taylor/Pennick
- Request to Approve
- Request to Approve
- Request to Approve
RETURN TO AGENDA
1.
ZREZ-8-14-19171,
2456 Savannah
Highway
ZONING MAP AMENDMENT CASE ZREZ-8-14-19171 HISTORY
PLANNING/PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE
NOVEMBER 13, 2014
CASE INFORMATION:
Area: St. Andrews: 2456 Savannah Highway
Parcel Identification: 310-06-00-032
Council District: 7
Parcel Information: The subject property is approximately 0.88 acres in size and is vacant.
Approximately 0.4 acres of the subject parcel is zoned Neighborhood Commercial (CN), and
approximately 0.48 acres is zoned Mixed Style Residential 12 (M-12).
Application: The applicant is requesting a zoning change from the Neighborhood Commercial
(CN) and Mixed Style Residential 12 (M-12) Districts to the Community Commercial (CC) District.
Zoning History: Prior to the current submittal, there have not been any rezoning applications for
the subject parcel.
Adjacent Zoning: Adjacent parcels to the east and west are zoned Community Commercial (CC)
and contain primarily commercial uses; however, the parcel to the west of the subject property
does contain a single family home. To the north and south, properties are located in the City of
Charleston and contain multi-family residential and commercial uses.
Municipalities Notified/Response: The City of Charleston was notified of the request but has not
responded.
Staff Recommendation
Staff recommends approval of this request.
According to Section 3.4.6 of the Zoning and Land Development Regulations Ordinance (ZLDR),
zoning map amendments may be approved by County Council only if the proposed amendment
meets one or more of the following criteria:
A. The proposed amendment is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and the
stated purposes of this Ordinance;
Staff response: The Charleston County Comprehensive Plan (the Plan) recommends
Commercial future land use for the subject property and adjacent properties that front on
Highway 17/Savannah Highway. The requested zoning district is consistent with this
recommendation.
B. The proposed amendment will allow development that is compatible with existing
uses, recommended density, established dimensional standards, and zoning of
nearby properties that will benefit the public good while avoiding an arbitrary
change that primarily benefits a singular or solitary interest;
Staff response: The subject property is surrounded on the east and west sides by
properties zoned Community Commercial (CC) and recommended for Commercial use;
therefore, the request is consistent with zoning and future land use recommendations in
the area.
C. The proposed amendment corrects a zoning map error or inconsistency;
Staff response: Not applicable.
D. The proposed amendment addresses events, trends, or facts that have significantly
changed the character or condition of an area.
Staff response: This part of Highway 17 is largely comprised of more intense commercial
uses such as boat and vehicle sales, hotels/motels, auto repair, etc. The requested
zoning district will keep in character with the existing commercial corridor.
Planning Commission Meeting: October 13, 2014
Recommendation: Approval (8 to 0)
Speakers in support: 1
Speakers in opposition: 0
Notifications:
A total of 297 notification letters were sent to owners of property located within 300 feet of the
boundaries of the subject parcel and individuals on the St. Andrews Interested Parties List on
September 26, 2014. Additionally, this request was noticed in the Post & Courier on September
26, 2014.
Public Hearing: November 6, 2014
Speakers: 0
Notifications:
A total of 297 notification letters were sent to owners of property located within 300 feet of the
boundaries of the subject parcel and individuals on the St. Andrews Interested Parties List on
October 17, 2014. Additionally, this request was noticed in the Post & Courier on October 17,
2014. A sign was also posted on the property on October 17, 2014.
Charleston County
Zoning Map Amendment
Requests
Public Hearing – November 6, 2014
Planning & Public Works Committee –
November 13, 2014
Rezoning Case ZREZ-8-14-19171
• St. Andrews Area:
2456 Savannah Highway
Charleston, SC 29414
• Parcel I.D.:
310-06-00-032
• Request to change from Neighborhood Commercial (CN)
and Mixed Style Residential 12 (M-12) Zoning Districts to
the Community Commercial (CC) Zoning District
• Applicant/Owner :
Barbara S. Howard
2907 Sussex Road, Augusta, GA 30909
• Acreage:
0.88 acres
• Council District:
7
Rezoning Case ZREZ-8-14-19171 History
No zoning map amendment applications have
been submitted for this property prior to this
request.
Subject Property
Subject Property
ZREZ-8-14-19171 Area Description
The subject property is split-zoned Neighborhood Commercial (CN) and Mixed Style Residential
12 (M-12) and is currently vacant. Adjacent parcels to the east and west are zoned Community
Commercial (CC) and contain primarily commercial uses; however, the parcel to the west of the
subject property does contain a single family home. To the north and south, properties are
located in the City of Charleston and contain multi-family residential and commercial uses.
Subject Parcel to the North
Subject Property
Subject Parcel to the South
Subject Property
ZREZ-8-14-19171
2 – Adjacent Property
1 – Subject Property
ZREZ-8-14-19171
4 – Adjacent Parcel
3 – Adjacent Parcel
(across Hwy 17)
ZREZ-8-14-19171
Typical Allowed Uses
M-12
CC
• Density: 12 dwelling units/acre
• Density: 12 dwelling units/acre
• Single-family detached
• Multi-Family
• Duplex
• Day care services
• Multi-family
• Health care services
• Retirement housing
• Community recreation
• Family day care home
• Financial services
• Bed and breakfast inns
• Catering service
• Rooming or boarding houses
• Offices
• Special trade contractors
• Retail services
• Retail or personal services
• Wholesale sales
Approval Criteria—Section 3.4.6
According to Section 3.4.6 of the Zoning and Land Development Regulations Ordinance
(ZLDR), zoning map amendments may be approved by County Council only if the proposed
amendment meets one or more of the following criteria:
A. The proposed amendment is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and the
stated purposes of this Ordinance;
Staff response: The Charleston County Comprehensive Plan (the Plan) recommends
Commercial future land use for the subject property and adjacent properties that
front on Highway 17/Savannah Highway. The requested zoning district is consistent
with this recommendation.
B. The proposed amendment will allow development that is compatible with existing
uses, recommended density, established dimensional standards, and zoning of
nearby properties that will benefit the public good while avoiding an arbitrary
change that primarily benefits a singular or solitary interest;
Staff response: The subject property is surrounded on the east and west sides by
properties zoned Community Commercial (CC) and recommended for Commercial
use; therefore, the request is consistent with zoning and future land use
recommendations in the area.
Approval Criteria—Section 3.4.6 (cont’d)
C. The proposed amendment corrects a zoning map error or inconsistency;
Staff response: Not applicable.
D. The proposed amendment addresses events, trends, or facts that have
significantly changed the character or condition of an area.
Staff response: This part of Highway 17 is largely comprised of more intense
commercial uses such as boat and vehicle sales, hotels/motels, auto repair,
etc. The requested zoning district will keep in character with the existing
commercial corridor.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval
PC RECOMMENDATION: Approval (vote: 8 to 0)
ZREZ-8-14-19171 Notifications/Responses
• Notifications:
– September 26 & October 17: 297 notifications were sent
to owners of property located within 300 feet of the
boundaries of the subject parcel and individuals on the
St. Andrews Interested Parties List.
– September 26 & October 17: Request advertised in the
Post & Courier .
– October 17: A sign was posted on the subject property.
Charleston County
Zoning Map Amendment
Requests
Public Hearing – November 6, 2014
Planning & Public Works Committee –
November 13, 2014
RETURN TO AGENDA
2.
ZLDR
Amendments
PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENTS TO THE CHARLESTON COUNTY
ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS ORDINANCE (ZLDR)
PLANNING/PUBLIC WORKS COMNITTEE:
NOVEMBER 13, 2014
Summary of Proposed Amendments:
Article 5.5, MP-O, Mount Pleasant Overlay Zoning District: Clarify allowed and prohibited uses.
The full text of the proposed amendment is attached.
Staff Recommendation:
Consideration of amendments to the ZLDR.
Planning Commission Recommendation: October 13, 2014
Approval (8 to 0)
Speakers: No citizens spoke during the meeting. The Town of Mount Pleasant sent a letter of support prior
to the Planning Commission meeting (attached in this packet).
Notifications:
The Planning Commission meeting was noticed in the Post & Courier and notifications were sent to more
than 300 people on the ZLDR/Comprehensive Plan Interested Parties’ List on September 26, 2014.
Public Hearing: November 6, 2014
Speakers: No citizens spoke.
Notifications:
The public hearing was noticed in the Post & Courier and notifications were sent to more than 300 people
on the ZLDR/Comprehensive Plan Interested Parties’ List on October 17, 2014.
Page 1 of 1
Legend: Proposed deletions shown in strikethrough text;
Proposed additions shown in bold, italic, red text
CHAPTER/ARTICLE/SECTION #: Article 5.5 MP-O Mount Pleasant Overlay District, Section
5.5.14, Uses
REASON FOR AMENDMENT:
Clarify and amend uses allowed in the Mont Pleasant Overlay District
DATE:
10/3/2014
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PROPOSED AMENDMENTS:
§5.5.14
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B.
C.
D.
USES
The following principle uses shall be prohibited on parcels included in the
Mount Pleasant Overlay Zoning District:
1.
Auto Dealers, New and Used
2.
Vehicle Storage
3.
Boat/RV Storage Sexually Oriented Businesses
4.
Billboards
5.
Gun Shops and/or Indoor/Outdoor Shooting Ranges
6.
Liquor, Beer, or Wine Sales (as defined in this Ordinance)
The following use is uses are subject to the Special Exception procedures of
this Ordinance:
1.
Bar or Lounge
2.
Liquor, Beer, or Wine Sales (as defined in this Ordinance)
3.
Gun Shops and/or Indoor/Outdoor Shooting Ranges
4.
Boat/RV Storage
The following use is uses are allowed on any Industrial (I) zoned parcel
located west (inside) Interstate 526 if a Special Exception is granted by the
Board of Zoning Appeals. Otherwise, these uses shall be prohibited.
1.
Warehousing and Freight Movement
Warehousing, Distribution and Freight Forward Facilities
2.
Freight Container Storage Yards
3.
Fuel Storage Facility
4.
Stockpiling of Sand, Gravel or other Aggregate Materials
All uses other than Single Family Residential uses must complete the Site Plan
Review process as detailed in Article 3.7 of this Ordinance.
PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENTS TO THE CHARLESTON COUNTY
ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS ORDINANCE (ZLDR)
PLANNING/PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE:
NOVEMBER 13, 2014
Summary of Proposed Amendments:
Article 5.6, FRC-O, Folly Road Corridor Overlay Zoning District: Amend the boundaries and clarify uses in
the South Village Area.
The full text of the proposed amendment is attached.
Staff Recommendation:
Consideration of amendments to the ZLDR.
Planning Commission Recommendation: October 13, 2014
Approval (8 to 0)
Speakers:
Two citizens spoke in support of these amendments. No speakers spoke in opposition.
Notifications:
The Planning Commission meeting was noticed in the Post & Courier, and notifications were sent to more
than 300 people on the ZLDR/Comprehensive Plan Interested Parties’ List on September 26, 2014.
Public Hearing: November 6, 2014
Speakers:
One citizen spoke in support of these amendments. No speakers spoke in opposition
Notifications:
The public hearing was noticed in the Post & Courier, and notifications were sent to more than 300 people
on the ZLDR/Comprehensive Plan Interested Parties’ List on October 17, 2014.
Page 1 of 1
Legend: Proposed deletions shown in strikethrough text;
Proposed additions shown in bold, italic, red text
CHAPTER/ARTICLE/SECTION #: Article 5.6 FRC-O Folly Road Corridor Overlay District,
Sections 5.6.6 Development Standards And Requirements (All
Areas) and 5.6.9 South Village Area
REASON FOR AMENDMENT:
Clarify and amend uses allowed in Folly Road Corridor Overlay District
DATE:
10/3/2014
______________________________________________________________________________________
PROPOSED AMENDMENTS:
§5.6.6
DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS AND REQUIREMENTS (ALL AREAS)
The following development standards and requirements apply to all parcels within the Folly
Road Corridor Overlay Zoning District in addition to the requirements described below for each
of the five Areas. All non-single family detached development applications shall, at the time
application is made, provide proof that the following requirements will be met prior to the
issuance of any approvals or zoning permits:
G.
Noise
All Activity must comply with the Charleston County Livability Ordinance.
There shall be no pick-up or delivery of trash or merchandise scheduled
for businesses in these areas between the hours of 11:00 pm and 7:00
am. Any proposed outdoor use that provides live or amplified music
shall comply with the Special Exception provisions contained in this
Ordinance.
H.
Multiple Use Overlay Zoning District
Parcels that meet the criteria of Article 5.8, MU-O Multiple Use Overlay
Zoning District, may be developed in accordance with that Article.
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§5.6.9
SOUTH VILLAGE AREA
(City of Charleston, Town of James Island, and Charleston County)
The South Village area extends from Prescott Street to Rafael Lane South Grimball Rd /
Grimball Rd. Ext. as illustrated on the FRC-O map entitled “South Village Area.” Parcels in this
Area are within the jurisdiction of the Town of James Island and the City of Charleston, with a
few parcels in and unincorporated Charleston County. This Area currently consists of mixed
medium to high intensity commercial development, such as shopping centers big box stores and
consumer services, along the west side of Folly Road and primarily small scale office and
residential uses along the east side of Folly Road. This Area is intended for development similar
to the North Village Area with less intense commercial development than the Commercial Core
Area and a mix of medium to high intensity uses along the west side of Folly Road and lower
intensity development on the east side of Folly Road. Future development in this Area is to be a
mix of commercial and residential uses with increased right-of-way buffers along the west side
of Folly Road and increased land use buffers on both sides of Folly Road when commercial
development occurs adjacent to single family detached residential uses. The following
regulations apply in addition to the requirements of Section 5.6.6 of this Article to
unincorporated parcels along Folly Road as indicated on the map titled “South Village Area”:
Legend: Proposed deletions shown in strikethrough text;
Proposed additions shown in bold, italic, red text
A.
Permitted uses
Permitted uses shall include those uses allowed in the zoning district(s) that
corresponds with the “R”, “OR”, “CN,” and “CC” future land use designation as
shown on the overlay zoning district map and as described in Table 6.1.1, Use
Table. Civic and institutional uses as described in Table 6.1.1 shall be permitted
for properties shown in the Civic/Institutional future land use designation.
B.
Prohibited uses
Auto Dealers (New and Used) Billboards, Indoor/Outdoor Shooting Ranges,
Liquor, Hotels or Motels (greater than ten rooms) and Tattoo parlors shall be
prohibited in this Area.
C.
Uses Requiring Special Exception
Vehicle Storage, Boat/RV Storage, Bar or Lounge, Consumer Vehicle Repair,
Fast Food Restaurant, Gasoline Service Stations (with or without convenience
stores), Indoor Recreation and Entertainment, Consumer Vehicle Repair uses
shall require Special Exception approval in compliance with the procedures
contained in this Ordinance.
D.
Buffers
1. A minimum 15-foot vegetated right-of-way buffer shall be required along the
east side of Folly Road and a minimum 35-foot vegetated right-of-way
buffer shall be required along the west side of Folly Road;
2. A minimum 20-foot vegetated rear buffer shall be required adjacent to
residential uses; and
3. Fencing may be required to screen adjacent or surrounding residential
uses. When a minimum 6-foot high opaque fence or wall is utilized, the
Planning Director may reduce the land use buffer by up to one-half (1/2) its
required depth when deemed appropriate; however, no required vegetated
buffer shall be less than 10 feet in depth.
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PROPOSED TEXT AMENDMENTS TO THE CHARLESTON COUNTY
ZONING AND LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS ORDINANCE (ZLDR)
PLANNING/PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE:
NOVEMBER 13, 2014
Summary of Proposed Amendments:
Table 6.1-1, Use Table, and Chapter 12, Definitions: Clarify towing and impound yard use regulations and
definitions.
The full text of the proposed amendment is attached.
Staff Recommendation:
Consideration of amendments to the ZLDR.
Planning Commission Recommendation: October 13, 2014
Approval (8 to 0)
Speakers:
Four citizens spoke in support of these amendments. No one spoke in opposition.
Notifications:
The Planning Commission meeting was noticed in the Post & Courier, and notifications were sent to more
than 300 people on the ZLDR/Comprehensive Plan Interested Parties’ List on September 26, 2014.
Public Hearing: November 6, 2014
Speakers:
Two speakers spoke in support of these amendments. No one spoke in opposition.
Notifications:
The public hearing was noticed in the Post & Courier, and notifications were sent to more than 300 people
on the ZLDR/Comprehensive Plan Interested Parties’ List on October 17, 2014.
Page 1 of 1
Legend: Proposed deletions shown in strikethrough text;
Proposed additions shown in bold, italic, red text
CHAPTER/ARTICLE/SECTION #: Table 6.1-1, Use Table, and Chapter 12, Definitions
REASON FOR AMENDMENT:
Clarify towing and impound yard use regulations and definitions
DATE:
10/3/2014
______________________________________________________________________________________
PROPOSED AMENDMENTS:
Table 6.1.1, USE TABLE
ZONING DISTRICTS
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§12.1, TERMS AND USES DEFINED
Scrap and
An establishment primarily engaged in the storage, retail or wholesale sale,
Salvage Service
assembling, dismantling, sorting, distributing, or other processing of scrap, used
(or Junk Yard)
equipment, mechanical components, or waste materials. This terms excludes
impound yards and towing facilities.
Vehicle Storage
An establishment offering long or short term storage of operating vehicles or
vehicles contracted for repair. This term excludes impound yards, towing
facilities, and any dismantling, scrap and salvage service, or junked vehicle yards.
Towing Facility
An establishment that provides vehicle towing services and accessory temporary
outdoor storage for the vehicles it tows, which shall only include: (1)
mechanically operable/driveable, licensed vehicles that are to be claimed by
titleholders or their agents; and/or (2) wrecked motor vehicles awaiting insurance
adjustments and transport to repair shops. This term excludes: automotive
services that have a tow truck on-site; scrap and salvage yards/services; junk
yards; impound yards; vehicle storage; and accessory storage of inoperable
vehicles.
Impound Yard
A facility that provides temporary outdoor storage for: (1) mechanically
operable/driveable, licensed vehicles that are to be claimed by titleholders or their
agents; and/or (2) wrecked motor vehicles awaiting insurance adjustments and
transport to repair shops. This term excludes: scrap and salvage yards/services;
junk yard; towing facilities; vehicle storage; and accessory storage of inoperable
vehicles.
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