In spring of 2008, an expedited NCOD process was proposed to the City Council by the Planning Department. After an unexpedited trip through committee land, it has arrived on the City Council floor (again) for a vote.
The text removed below was some cumbersome additions from the planning commission. It looks like it did when it left planning department without these cumbers.
Letting the City Council know of your support would be a fine reassurance at this time. Email addresses below. Our city council does not get visible and tangible reminders of the neighborhood support like it does the notes of resistance.
A. REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING COMMITTEE
1. TC-4-08 - Neighborhood Conservation Overlay District
The Committee recommends upholding the Planning Commission's recommendation for approval of TC-4-08 as outlined in CR #11209 with the following changes:
a. In paragraph (2)b. on page 5 of the ordinance, removed the underlined language so as to reflect the original proposal as presented at the March 18 public hearing. (To not require immediate notification to all property owners if the Council initiates a neighborhood analysis, at the applicant's expense.)
b. In paragraph (2)f. on page 6 of the ordinance, revise the text to reflect the original proposal as presented at the March 18 public hearing. (To not require the property owners of an existing NCOD to file a new rezoning if the neighborhood built environmental regulations are revised or amended.)
A copy of the revised ordinance is included in the agenda packet.