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City Of Cayce Regular Council Meeting

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Mayor Pro-Tem Tara S. Almond

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Call to Order

Assistant City Manager James E. Crosland CayceTime for Life

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City of Cayce Regular Council Meeting

Tuesday, September 3, 2019 - 1800 12th Street6:00 p.m. Cayce City Hall

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Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance

Approval of Minutes August 6, 2019 Regular Meeting August 21, 2019 Regular Meeting

Public Comment Regarding Items on the Agenda

Presentations

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Presentation by Mr. John Sharpe re debris on roads

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Presentation of Municipal Association of South Carolina Achievement Award to the City of Cayce for Waterline Replacement Project from the Municipal Association of South Carolina

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Presentation of the 2019 South Carolina Municipal Elected Officials Institute of Government's Honor Roll to Mayor and Council from the Municipal Association of South Carolina

Ordinances and Resolutions
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Discussion and Approval of Ordinance 2019-12 Amending Budget Ordinance Adopted June 19, 2019 (Ordinance 2019-10) to Correct Scrivener's Errors as to Millage Second Reading Discussion and Approval of Ordinance 2019-13 Amending Zoning Ordinance Section 6.2 ( Purpose of Districts ) and Section 6.10 ( Design Overlay District ) to Provide for a New Arts Design Overlay District First Reading Discussion and Approval of Ordinance 2019-14 Amending Zoning Map and Rezoning Property to Create a New Arts Design Overlay District First Reading Discussion and Approval of Ordinance 2019-15 Amending Zoning Ordinance Section 7.5 Temporary Uses to Add Language Concerning Halloween-related Events First Reading

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Other

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A. Discussion and Motion to Ratify Action of City Manager

City Manager's Report Committee Matters Approval to enter the following Committee approved Minutes into theA. City's Record Events Committee June 13, 2019 Cayce Housing Authority June 18, 2019 Planning Commission July 15, 2019

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Executive Session

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Receipt of legal advice relating to claims and potential claims by and against the City and other matters covered by the attorney-client privilege

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Discussion of possible contract negotiations for economic development concerning the City of Cayce

Reconvene Possible Actions by Council in follow up to Executive Session Adjourn
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SPECIAL NOTE: Upon request, the City of Cayce will provide this document in whatever form necessary for the physically challenged or impaired.

ITEM I. B. Mayor Elise Partin

Mayor Pro-Tem Tara S. Almond

Assistant City Manager James E. Crosland

ITEM l. B. CayceTime for Life CITY OF CAYCE
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Regular Council Meeting August 6, 2019

The August Regular Council Meeting was held this evening at 6:00 p.m. in Council Chambers. Those present included Mayor Elise Partin, Council Members Tara Almond, Phil Carter and James Jenkins. Council Member Eva Corley was unable to attend due to being out of state. City Manager Tracy Hegler, Municipal Clerk Mendy Corder, Municipal Treasurer Garry Huddle, Planning and Development Director Carroll Williamson, Utilities Director Blake Bridwell, Director of Public Safety Byron Snellgrove, Deputy Director of Public Safety Jim Crosland, Director of Human Resources Lynn Dooley and City Attorney Danny Crowe were also in attendance. Mayor Partin asked if members of the press and the public were duly notified of the Council Meeting in accordance with the FOIA. Ms. Corder confirmed they were notified.

Tagged Passions:planning, legal, utility, development, Utility, public safety, Development, Treasurer, administrator, manager, TREASURER, human resources, and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)

Call to Order

Mayor Partin called the meeting to order. Council Member Carter gave the invocation. Mayor Partin led the assembly in the Pledge of Allegiance.
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Approval of Minutes

Council Member Jenkins made a motion to approve the July 9, 2019 Regular Council Meeting minutes and the July 17, 2019 Strategic Planning Session Meeting minutes as written. Council Member Almond seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote.
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Public Comment Regarding Items on the Agenda

No one signed up for Public Comment.

Proclamations
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Approval of Proclamation Play Ball Initiative

Council Member Jenkins made a motion to approve the Play Ball Initiative Proclamation. Council Member Carter seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote. Mayor Partin stated that the Cayce Historical Museum is holding an event on Friday, August 16, 2019 to unveil the new exhibit featuring the 1964 Dixie Youth Little League World Series Champions. She stated that immediately

Tagged Passions:recognition, council, historical, events, and youth

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City of Cayce Minutes of 8/6/2019 Regular Council Meeting Page 2

following the exhibit opening there will be a Play Ball event in Granby Gardens Park. She stated that coaches from the Lexington Blovflsh will be there to hold skills and drills with students. Mayor Partin stated that staff with Cayce West Columbia baseball will be there as well to let students know how they can get involved in baseball or soccer. Ordinances and Other
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Discussion and Approval of Ordinance 2019-11 Re-Zoning 800 Lexington Avenue (TMs 005769-04-001), 800A Lexington Avenue (TMS 005769-04- 004), and 1815 8th Street (TMS 005769-04-002) from RS-3 (Single Family Residential) to RS-4 (Single-Family Residential) Second Reading

Council Member Almond made a motion to defer this item until the next regularly scheduled Council Meeting pending receipt of additional information. Council Member Jenkins seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote.

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Discussion and Approval of Hospitality Tax Fund Requests for FY2019/2020

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Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, and hospitality tax

Mr. Williamson stated that staff now accepts Hospitality Tax Grant Applications on a fiscal year rather than a calendar year basis. He stated that staff received applications for two (2) new events; the Cayce Fall Fest and the Museum's Children's Colonial Fair. He stated that the Cayce Arts Guild applied for grant monies for the rental or purchase of a meeting facility. However State law does not allow hospitality tax funds to be used for the rental or purchase of a year-round facility. Mr. Williamson stated that staff recommends that once the Cayce Arts Guild has a specific event they would like to hold that Council allow them to apply for Hospitality Tax Grant funds outside of the normal grant application period.

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Tagged Passions:funding, grant, council, facility, taxes, Taxes, arts, events, purchasing, rental, and hospitality tax

Mayor Partin stated that staff recommends Council hold back 167,200 in the fund balance as reserve and approve staffs suggested levels for grants. She stated that staff recommends making 10 grant awards for FY2020 totaling 86,500.

Council Member Jenkins made a motion to approve staffs recommendations. Council Member Almond seconded the motion. Mayor Partin asked staff to convey to the organizers of Tartan Day South that Council is very supportive of that event and love having it held in the City. She stated that the City support's Tartan Day South monetarily approximately four (4) times more than the other municipalities that contribute to it. She stated that Council wants it known that the original Tartan Day South was held in Cayce and the biggest event is held in Cayce. Mayor Partin called the question which was unanimously approved by roll call vote.

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City of Cayce Minutes of 8/6/2019 Regular Council Meeting Page 3

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Discussion and Approval of a Bid Award Related to the Raw Water Intake Facility Standby Generator Project

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Ms. Hegler stated that during the 2015 flood, power failed to the existing generator at the City's Raw Water Intake Facility. The generator had to be turned on manually and access at the time was by boat only. She stated that FEMA has agreed to fund 75 of the project to replace the existing generator located at the raw water intake facility. This FEMA grant is for a new, larger-capacity backup power generator with a new automatic transfer switch providing an automatic transfer of power from the electric grid to the generator in the event that the facility loses power from the standard electric grid. This will be located at the site of the current generator and will exceed the 500-year floodplain requirements.

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Tagged Passions:grant, facility, utility, Utility, events, water, electric, flooding, boating, and FEMA

Ms. Hegler stated that plans, specifications and requests for proposals were sent to seven (7) companies for the referenced project. Five (5) packages were received by City staff. She stated that AAA Utility and Construction, LLC was the company with the lowest, most responsive proposal, for the requested work at 532,000.00. The project will receive 75 funding from a FEMA grant. The grant requires a 25 match from the City's Utility Fund, which is approved within the FY20 budget. Work is expected to start soon upon Council approval.

Council Member Almond made a motion to award the bid to AAA Utility and Construction, LLC and authorize the City Manager to sign the documents. Council Member Carter seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote. City Manager's Report

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, funding, grant, construction, council, budget, utility, Utility, administrator, manager, and FEMA

Ms. Hegler stated that Piecewise Coffee Co. had their grand opening the day prior. She stated that it was an exciting event and their business is booming. She stated that she was holding a series of strategic planning sessions with the Cayce Museum and Historical Commission and the first one was the next day. She reminded Council of a few important upcoming events: the Public Safety Back to School Bash being held Saturday, August 10, 2019 from 2pm to 5pm at the Spires Recreation Center, the Comprehensive Plan Public Input Session on Tuesday, August 13, 2019 at 6pm at Steel Hands and the 1964 Dixie Youth World Series Reception and Exhibit Opening at the Museum on Friday, August 16, 2019 at 3:00pm. The City will also host a Play Ball event during that time. Ms. Hegler stated that the Planning Commission would review the proposed Art Overlay District Zoning for parts of State and Frink Streets at their August meeting. She stated that she wanted Council to be aware in case they received calls since the Public Hearing signs are up.

City of Cayce Minutes of 8/6/2019 Regular Council Meeting Page 4

Committee Matters

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Approval to enter the following Committee approved Minutes into the City's Record Planning Commission June 17, 2019

Council Member Almond made a motion to enter the approved Planning Commission meeting minutes into the record. Council Member Jenkins seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote.

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Appointments and Reappointments Cayce Beautification Foundation One (1) Position

Council Member Jenkins made a motion to appoint Mr. Charles Carson to the Beautification Foundation. Council Member Carter seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote.

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Mayor Partin stated that Council Member Corley was out of state therefore she was unable to attend the meeting.

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Executive Session

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Receipt of legal advice relating to claims and potential claims by and against the City and other matters covered by the attorney-client privilege

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Discussion of negotiations incident to proposed contractual arrangements and the receipt of legal advice relating to matters covered by the attorney-client privilege

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Discussion of negotiations incident to proposed state revolving fund loan for improvements to the Septage and Grease Facility

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Mayor Partin stated that Council would only be discussing Item. C. in Executive Session. Council Member Jenkins made a motion to move into Executive Session. Council Member Almond seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote.

Reconvene

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City of Cayce Minutes of 8/6/2019 Regular Council Meeting Page 5

After the Executive Session was concluded, Council Member Almond made a motion to reconvene the Regular meeting. Council Member Carter seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote. Possible Actions by Council in follow up to Executive Session

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Discussion and Approval of Proposed State Revolving Fund Loan for Improvements to the Septage and Grease Facility

Council Member Carter made a motion to postpone discussion and approval of the proposed State Revolving Fund Loan for improvements to the Septage and Grease Facility until the August 21, 2019 Council Meeting. Council Member Almond seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote.

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Adjourn There being no further business, Council Member Almond made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Council Member Carter seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote. The meeting adjourned at 6:23 p.m. Elise Partin, Mayor ATTEST:

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Mendy C. Corder, CMC, Municipal Clerk

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*Appearance of citizens at Council meetings - City of Cayce Code of Ordinances, Sec. 2-71. Any citizen of the municipality may speak at a regular meeting of the council on a matter pertaininq to municipal services and operation. with the exception of personnel matters, by notifying the office of the city manager at least five working days prior to the meeting and stating the subject and purpose for speaking. Additionally, during the public comment period as specified on the agenda of a regular meeting of the council, a member of the public may speak on a matter appearing on the meeting agenda. with the exception of personnel matters by signing a speakers list maintained by the city clerk prior to the start of the public comment period. At the discretion of the mayor or presiding officer, the length of time for any speaker's presentation may be limited and the number speakers also may be limited.

Mayor Elise Partin
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Mayor Pro-Tem Tara S. Almond

Assistant City Manager James E. Crosland CayceTime for Life

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CITY OF CAYCE Regular Council Meeting

The August Regular Council Meeting was held this evening at 5:00 p.m. in Council Chambers. Those present included Mayor Elise Partin, Council Members Tara Almond, Phil Carter, Eva Corley and James Jenkins. City Manager Tracy Hegler, Assistant City Manager Jim Crosland, Municipal Clerk Mendy Corder, Municipal Treasurer Garry Huddle, Planning and Development Director Carroll Williamson, Utilities Director Blake Bridwell, Director of Public Safety Byron Snellgrove, Deputy Director of Public Safety JJ Jones, Director of Human Resources Lynn Dooley and City Attorney Danny Crowe were also in attendance. Mayor Pattin asked if members of the press and the public were duly notified of the Council Meeting in accordance with the FOIA. Ms. Corder confirmed they were notified.
Tagged Passions:planning, legal, utility, development, Utility, public safety, Development, Treasurer, administrator, manager, TREASURER, human resources, and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)

Call to Order

Mayor Partin called the meeting to order. Council Member Jenkins gave the invocation. Mayor Partin lead the assembly in the Pledge of Allegiance.
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Public Comment Regarding Items on the Agenda

No one signed up for Public Comment.

Discussion and Motion Concerning Previous Authorization for Discussions as to City-Owned Property at 800 Lexington Avenue
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Ms. Hegler stated that on April 2, 2019 Council authorized her to continue discussions with the other owners of the property on the 800 block of Lexington Avenue. She stated that the City was approached by the other owners for a property deal. She stated that since that time staff has been in conversation with the other owners. She stated that it now appears that the terms that were important to the City are not agreeable with the other party who relayed this to Ms. Hegler via voicemail and email on August 19, 2019. She stated that she recommends that the City withdraw those discussions that Council previously authorized her to hold. She stated that she did inform the other party of her recommendation earlier that day and that afternoon received a request to defer any action on that for two (2) weeks. However the other party did not offer any new information that would change her recommendation.

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City of Cayce Minutes of 8/21/2019 Regular Council Meeting Page 2

Council Member Carter made a motion for the City of Cayce to withdraw from any further discussions concerning the properties on the 800 block of Lexington Avenue. Council Member Corley seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote. Ordinances and Resolutions
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Discussion and Approval of Ordinance 2019-11 Re-Zoning 800 Lexington Avenue (TMS 005769-04-001), BOOA Lexington Avenue (TMS 005769-04- 004), and 1815 8th Street (TMS 005769-04-002) from RS-3 (Single Family Residential) to RS-4 (Single-Family Residential) Second Reading

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Ms. Hegler stated that the City owns 800A Lexington Avenue and agreed to partner on the rezoning of the 800 block of Lexington Avenue with the other property owners. She stated that since indications are that the City will not achieve the intended improvements to that neighborhood that the City was seeking with the rezoning City staff withdraws the request for rezoning. She stated that with the withdrawing of the request the property in play is not large enough per the City's Ordinance to request a rezoning. She stated that it now falls below the 2 acre minimum therefore Ordinance 2019-11 no longer complies with the City's Ordinance for a request for rezoning. Ms. Hegler stated that the applicant also requested that this be deferred for Wvo (2) more weeks but there was not any new information that would change her recommendation.

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Council Member Carter stated that since this was no longer a valid zoning request and a normal motion to approve or deny would conflict with City code he made a motion to postpone the previously proposed Ordinance indefinitely. Council Member Corley seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote.

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Discussion and Approval of Ordinance 2019-12 Amending Budget Ordinance Adopted June 19, 2019 (Ordinance 2019-10) to Correct Scrivener's Errors as to Millage First Reading

Council Member Corley made a motion to approve Ordinance 2019-12 on First Reading. Council Member Almond seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote.

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Consideration and Approval of Resolution Approving Financing Terms for General Fund Vehicle Lease Purchases

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Ms. Hegler stated that new vehicles for Public Safety and the Parks Department were approved for purchase by Council in the 2019-2020 Fiscal Budget. She stated that Council's approval of a Resolution authorizing and approving financing through a

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City of Cayce Minutes of 8/21/2019 Regular Council Meeting Page 3

Lease/Purchase and awarding of the Lease/Purchase Contract to a Financial Institution was needed to proceed. The total value and thus financing for the equipment will total 364,000. Staff contacted seven (7) financial institutions who handle lease/purchase contracts and asked for financing proposals for the equipment based on the purchase price. The City received three (3) responses.
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Ms. Hegler stated that First Community Bank quoted a four (4) year contract of 2.21 fixed. BB T quoted a four (4) year contract of 2.38 fixed and First Citizens Bank quoted a four (4) year contract of 2.57 fixed. She stated that if Council approves the First Community Bank quote, annual payments for the four (4) year contract will be approximately 95,165 (with no down payment). The payments shall be monthly in arrears. Funding for the lease/purchase contract is included in the FY 2019-2020 General Fund budget and will be included in successive years.

Council Member Carter made a motion to approve a Resolution authorizing the lease/purchase contract to First Community Bank. Council Member Jenkins seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote.

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Other

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Discussion and Approval of Proposed State Revolving Fund Loan for Improvements to the Septage and Grease Facility

Ms. Hegler stated that this item has been before Council in the past and deferred by her each time. She stated that the City's Septage and Grease Facility would benefit from various improvements to make it more reliable, more functional, more efficient, and more profitable. She stated that American Engineering Consultants (AEC) estimate that these improvements would cost 3.5 million. SCDHEC denied a grant application from the City to fund these improvements, but has notified staff that a SRF Loan for 3.5 million is available for the project.

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Ms. Hegler stated that the 3.5 million SRF loan is a low interest loan, currently at 2.6 for the current fiscal year. The loan is typically a 20 to 30 year loan. She stated that because there are loan requirement milestones and deadlines, a decision as to whether the City will pursue the loan is needed fairly quickly. The principal and interest (P I) for this type of loan would be approximately 200,000 annually depending on the loan term and interest rate. Ms. Hegler stated that the Septage and Grease Facility typically makes a much higher profit margin than the required P I amount for the loan. The useful life of the facility, as a whole, has been estimated by AEC to be 30 years or more.

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City of Cayce Minutes of 8/21/2019 Regular Council Meeting Page 4

Ms. Hegler stated that staff considered three (3) options after being provided notice of the loan award and after further fine-tuning the original 3.5M estimate:

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Decline the grant and make no improvements 2. Moderate upgrades to improve efficiency ( 1.5M estimated cost) 3. Major upgrades and expansions to grow capacity and revenue ( 2.7M estimated

cost)

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Ms. Hegler stated that her initial recommendation, as noted in the white paper, was to proceed with the more conservative option or to decline the award. However, Council should also consider that this is a unique revenue generator and accepting this loan would afford improvements to the facility that could greatly increase that revenue. If Council opted to choose that course of action, the City has ample borrowing capacity to accept the loan.

Council Member Almond made a motion to authorize the City Manager to proceed with negotiations for acceptance of the State Revolving Fund loan from DHEC for the Septage and Grease Facility and report back to Council on the terms. She stated that the negotiations should consider phasing in the project for less than the amount requested and include other sources for funding such as grants. Council Member Corley seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote.

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Discussion and Approval of Bid Award for Wayfinding Signage for the City

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Ms. Hegler stated that the City needs enhanced signage throughout the City to improve navigation to public buildings, parks, and other important sites. A request for proposal (RFP) to design wayfinding signage was placed in SCBO and on the City's website. Fourteen firms from across the country responded. After a review of all proposals, staff recommends Arnett Muldrow Associates. She stated that they were the most responsive to the RFP, best able to perform the scope of work, and for an acceptable budget of 38,321. She stated that Arnett Muldrow is located in South Carolina, and worked on the City's Master Plan Charrette with the Clemson Institute for Economic and Community Development. They have created wayfinding master plans for Fort Mill, Lake City and Travelers Rest, all located in South Carolina. Ms. Hegler stated that this project will result in a comprehensive plan of location, design and content of signage, as well as bid-ready documents for construction and installation, to be funded later.

Council Member Corley made a motion to accept the proposal from Arnett Muldrow Associates for the design of wayfinding signage throughout the City, and to approve and execute a contract between the City of Cayce and Arnett Muldrow Associates. Council Member Jenkins seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote.

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City of Cayce Minutes of 8/21/2019 Regular Council Meeting Page 5

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Discussion and Approval of Eliminating Glass from Approved Recyclable Items for Pickup

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Ms. Hegler stated that Council is being asked to consider eliminating glass from the City's list of accepted recyclables, due to the increased cost per ton incurred by the City. She stated that Sonoco Recycling has increased their fees within the past 12 months from 25.00 per ton of recyclables to approximately 90.00 per ton. The FYI 9- 20 approved budget for Sanitation includes 27,000.00 to cover the annual fees at Sonoco Recycling. At the current rate of 85.00 per ton and the average tonnage of recyclables at 34 tons, the budget would be exhausted in nine months leaving an approximate deficit of 7,000.00; that is assuming no additional increases. Glass constitutes a substantial share of the tonnage collected by the City of Cayce. Eliminating its collection would greatly reduce the amount of tonnage delivered to Sonoco, thus reducing the City's overall costs.

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Ms. Hegler stated that neighboring towns and counties have made the same changes in their recycling programs. For example, Irmo and Lexington have eliminated glass from their pickup. She stated that the City is in the process of increasing its educational efforts related to recycling, so the timing to make such a change is advantageous.

Council Member Jenkins made a motion to approve staffs request to eliminate glass from the list of the City's accepted recyclables. Council Member Almond seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote.

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Discussion and Approval of Harvesting on City-Owned Property

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Ms. Hegler stated that the City owns approximately 360 acres of undeveloped land along Old State Road and in the area of the Cayce Riverwalk Phase Four and Timmerman Trail. This property was planted for harvesting and then donated to the City by SCANA. The trees that were planted, such as pine trees, are an invasive species to the area. At this time, all the pine trees located in the area are at the mature age to harvest and the City has been approached by contractors about doing so.

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Ms. Hegler stated that staff has identified approximately 100 acres for harvesting, primarily in the Phase Four and Timmerman Trail area, which is also where the 12,000- Year History Park is centered. Consideration was given to protecting the history park and other precautions, including wildlife viewing areas and bicycle/walking trails. These special areas would see a 50 to 100 foot buffer zone, limiting the view of open spaces. The complete areas to be harvested would be well marked. In addition, staff would mark special hardwoods that would need to be preserved.

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City of Cayce Minutes of 8/21/2019 Regular Council Meeting Page 6

Ms. Hegler stated that the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) recently harvested nearly 126 acres of land adjacent to the City's property, intending to return the property to its more natural state. She stated that staff would recommend the most responsive and highest (i.e., offers to pay the most to the City for the harvest) bidder to Council after review and assessment of the bid proposals.

Council Member Almond made a motion to authorize the City Manager to issue bids for a harvesting company to harvest approximately a 100 acres of the City owned property as identified by staff with the specifications set forth by staff. Council Member Jenkins seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote. City Manager's Report

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Ms. Hegler stated that Mr. Jim Crosland was finishing his second week of being the City's new Assistant City Manager. She stated that JJ Jones was in the assembly and would start his new position of Deputy Director of Public Safety the following day. She stated that she was thrilled to have Mr. Crosland's help and was excited to have Mr. Jones on staff. She stated that the Comprehensive Plan Public Input Session was held the previous week and was a huge success. The Museum's 1964 Dixie Youth World Series exhibit opening was a huge success as well. She stated that the players were very appreciative and very complimentary of the City for having the exhibit and the Friday night event. Ms. Hegler stated that the Planning Commission met recently to discuss the Arts Design Overlay District proposed for State Street and Frink Street. She stated that the meeting was well attended and staff received great feedback from the people who attended the meeting.

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Appointments and Reappointments Consolidated Board of Appeals One (1) Position

Council Member Carter made a motion to reappoint Mr. Erskine Suber to the Consolidated Board of Appeals. Council Member Jenkins seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote.

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Council Member Almond stated that she had the opportunity to join the 1964 Dixie Youth World Series champions at the Columbia Fireflies game the previous Friday night. She stated that the players were very appreciative of everything the City had done. Mayor Partin stated that the next generation of baseball players has been

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City of Cayce Minutes of 8/21/2019 Regular Council Meeting Page 7

inspired by the 1964 team and the Museum exhibit honoring the players. She stated that the Cayce West Columbia Dixie Youth baseball team had a very successful season this year and in their social media they made reference to the 1964 team. Council Member Carter stated that he played baseball with two (2) of the three (3) bat boys and had not seen one (1) in 50 years until the Museum exhibit opening. Mayor Partin asked Ms. Hegler to share Council's thanks to the Museum staff for having such an impactful exhibit and event.
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Executive Session

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Receipt of legal advice relating to claims and potential claims by and against the City and other matters covered by the attorney-client privilege

Council Member Jenkins made a motion to move into Executive Session. Council Member Carter seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote. Reconvene After the Executive Session was concluded, Council Member Jenkins made a motion to reconvene the Regular meeting. Council Member Almond seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote. Possible Actions by Council in follow up to Executive Session No action was taken in follow up to Executive Session. Adjourn There being no further business, Council Member Almond made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Council Member Corley seconded the motion which was unanimously approved by roll call vote. The meeting adjourned at 5:39 p.m. Elise Partin, Mayor ATTEST:

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Mendy C. Corder, CMC, Municipal Clerk

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK ON A MATTER APPEARING ON THE MEETING AGENDA, PLEASE COMPLETE THE INFORMATION BELOW

PRIOR TO THE START OF THE MEETING.* THANK YOU.

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*Appearance of citizens at Council meetings - City of Cayce Code of Ordinances, Sec. 2-71. Any citizen of the municipality may speak at a regular meeting of the council on a matter pertaining to municipal services and operation. with the exception of personnel matters, by notifying the office of the city manager at least five working days prior to the meeting and stating the subject and purpose for speaking. Additionally, during the public comment period as specified on the agenda of a regular meeting of the council, a member of the public may speak on a matter appearing on the meetina agenda, with the exception of personnel matters by signing a speakers list maintained by the city clerk prior to the start of the public comment period. At the discretion of the mayor or presiding officer, the length of time for any speaker's presentation may be limited and the number speakers also may be limited.

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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA ) ORDINANCE 2019-12 ) Amending Budget Ordinance Adopted

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COUNTY OF LEXINGTON ) June 19, 2019 (Ordinance 2019-10) ) To Correct Scrivener s Errors as to

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CITY OF CAYCE ) Millage

WHEREAS, the Council, on June 19, 2019, adopted a Budget Ordinance (Ordinance 2019-10), which, it has been learned, contains a clerical error in the statement of the millage rate; and WHEREAS, the Council wishes to correct this error by this amendment of Ordinance 2019-10, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Cayce, in Council, duly assembled, that:
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Ordinance 2019-10 is amended to state the millage rate for both the Lexington County portion of the City of Cayce and the Richland County portion of the City of Cayce as 53.73, rather than 52.45.

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This Ordinance shall be effective from the date of second and final reading.

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DONE IN MEETING DULY ASSEMBLED, this ____ day of __________, 2019.

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________________________________ Elise Partin, Mayor

ATTEST:

_________________________________ Mendy C. Corder, CMC, Municipal Clerk

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First reading: _______________________ Second reading and adoption: __________________

Approved as to form: __________________________ Danny C. Crowe, City Attorney ITEM IV. A.
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA )

COUNTY OF LEXINGTON

CITY OF CAYCE

ITEM V. A.

ORDINANCE 2019-12 Amending Budget Ordinance Adopted June 19, 2019 (Ordinance 2019-10) To Correct Scrivener's Errors as to Millage

WHEREAS, the Council, on June 19, 2019, adopted a Budget Ordinance (Ordinance 2019-10), which, it has been learned, contains a clerical error in the statement of the millage rate; and WHEREAS, the Council wishes to correct this error by this amendment of Ordinance 2019-10, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Cayce, in Council, duly assembled, that:
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Ordinance 2019-10 is amended to state the millage rate for both the Lexington County portion of the City of Cayce and the Richland County portion of the City of Cayce as 53.73, rather than 52.45.

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This Ordinance shall be effective from the date of second and final reading.

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DONE IN MEETING DULY ASSEMBLED, this day of 2019.

Elise Partin, Mayor ATTEST:

Mendy C. Corder, CMC, Municipal Clerk

First reading: Second reading and adoption:

Approved as to form: Danny C. Crowe, City Attorney

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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA

COUNTY OF LEXINGTON

) ) ) ) ORDINANCE 2019-10 To Adopt an Annual Budget, Levy a Property Tax, and Provide Revenue for the City of Cayce for the
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CITY OF CAYCE ) ) ) ) )

Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2020, and To Adopt and Establish Certain New Fees with Fee Amounts and New Fee Amounts for Certain Existing Fees

WHEREAS, State law requires that the Council adopt by ordinance an annual municipal budget and also requires that the Council act by ordinance to levy taxes; and

WHEREAS, the Council wishes to comply with these requirements of State law and believes it is in the interest of the City to adopt the attached Budget and levy a property tax as provided herein; and WHEREAS, the Council, in order to balance the annual municipal budget as adopted, is required to adjust the millage rate by _2.76_ mills, which the Council finds to comply with the millage rate limitations in S.C. Code section 6-1-320(A); and

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WHEREAS, as a part of this Ordinance, and as a part of the projected revenue for this Budget, the Council also wishes to adopt and establish certain new fees and fee amounts for City services, along with new fee amounts for existing fees, all of which were duly noticed to the public as required by S. C. Code section 6-1-330(A),

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDERED AND ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Cayce, in Council, duly assembled, as follows: Section 1. That a property tax, to cover the period from the first day of July, 2018, to the thirtieth day of June, 2019, both inclusive, for the sums and in the manner hereinafter mentioned, at a rate of _52.45 mills on the value of all real estate and personal property of every description owned and used in the Lexington County portion of the City of Cayce, and at a rate of _52.45 mills on the value of all real estate and personal property of every description owned and used in the Richland County portion of the City of Cayce, except such property in either County as is exempt from taxation under the Constitution and laws of the State of South Carolina, is and shall be levied, collected and paid into the Treasury of the County in which the property is situated, for credit to the City of Cayce and for the use and service of the City, including for corporate purposes, for permanent improvements, for the payment of current expenses, and for the payment of interest on and retiring of outstanding bonds of the City. Such tax is levied on such property as is assessed for taxation for County and State purposes. Section 2. That the Budget attached hereto, the property tax, and the estimated revenue for the payment of the Budget as provided in the Budget are hereby adopted,
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See Ordinance 2019-12 amending Ordinance 2019-10 to reflect the correct millage fee that was approved by Council on June 19, 2019

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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA

COUNTY OF LEXINGTON

CITY OF CAYCE

See Ordinance 2019-12 amending Ordinance 2019-10 to reflect the correct millage fee that was

approved by Council on June 19, 2019 ORDINANCE 2019-10 To Adopt an Annual Budget, Levy a Property Tax, and Provide Revenue for the City of Cayce for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2020, and To Adopt and Establish Certain New Fees with Fee Amounts and New Fee Amounts for Certain Existing Fees

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WHEREAS, State law requires that the Council adopt by ordinance an annual municipal budget and also requires that the Council act by ordinance to levy taxes; and

WHEREAS, the Council wishes to comply with these requirements of State law and believes it is in the interest of the City to adopt the attached Budget and levy a property tax as provided herein; and WHEREAS, the Council, in order to balance the annual municipal budget as adopted, is required to adjust the millage rate by 2.76 mills, which the Council finds to comply with the millage rate limitations in S.C. Code section 6-1-320(A); and

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WHEREAS, as a part of this Ordinance, and as a part of the projected revenue for this Budget, the Council also wishes to adopt and establish certain new fees and fee amounts for City services, along with new fee amounts for existing fees, all of which were duly noticed to the public as required by S. C. Code section 6-1-330(A),

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDERED AND ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Cayce, in Council, duly assembled, as follows: Section 1. That a property tax, to cover the period from the first day of July, 2018, to the thirtieth day of June, 2019, both inclusive, for the sums and in the manner hereinafter mentioned, at a rate of 52.45 mills on the value of all real estate and personal property of every description owned and used in the Lexington County portion of the City of Cayce, and at a rate of 52.45 mills on the value of all real estate and personal property of every description owned and used in the Richland County portion of the City of Cayce, except such property in either County as is exempt from taxation under the Constitution and laws of the State of South Carolina, is and shall be levied, collected and paid into the Treasury of the County in which the property is situated, for credit to the City of Cayce and for the use and service of the City, including for corporate purposes, for permanent improvements, for the payment of current expenses, and for the payment of interest on and retiring of outstanding bonds of the City. Such tax is levied on such property as is assessed for taxation for County and State purposes. Section 2. That the Budget attached hereto, the property tax, and the estimated revenue for the payment of the Budget as provided in the Budget are hereby adopted,
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and the attachment to the original of this Ordinance is hereby incorporated and made a part hereof as fully as if stated word for word herein. Section 3. That the billing dates, the penalty dates, and the amount of penalty that shall be levied for delinquent taxes shall be the same as those established by the County in which the taxed property is situated and pursuant to State Law. Section 4. That the City Manager shall administer the Budget and, in doing so and
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in order to achieve the goals of this Budget, may, among other things, do the following:

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Transfer appropriated funds within and between departments and funds as necessary,

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Implement controls by fund appropriation, and

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Designate continuing projects from fund balances.

Encumbrances will be carried over to the next fiscal year as a reserve to the fund balance. Expenditures approved by Council shall automatically carry amendments to fund appropriations when necessary. Section 5. As a part of the revenue portions of this Budget, the Council hereby establishes and adopts certain new fees and certain new amounts for existing fees, as identified and set out as proposed fees in the attached exhibits to this Ordinance. The attached Master Fee Schedule and the attached 2019-2020 Utility Master Fee Schedule, including any new fees and new fee amounts, are hereby incorporated into and adopted as a part of this Ordinance. All fee amounts set out therein or adopted shall continue in effect from year to year until revised or modified by subsequent Council action.

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Section 6. If for any reason any sentence, clause or provision of this ordinance shall be declared invalid, such shall not affect the remaining provisions hereof.

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This Ordinance shall take effect on the later of second reading approval by Council

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or July 1, 2019.

and the attachment to the original of this Ordinance is hereby incorporated and made a part hereof as fully as if stated word for word herein. Section 3. That the billing dates, the penalty dates, and the amount of penalty that shall be levied for delinquent taxes shall be the same as those established by the County in which the taxed property is situated and pursuant to State Law. Section 4. That the City Manager shall administer the Budget and, in doing so and in order to achieve the goals of this Budget, may, among other things, do the following:

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Transfer appropriated funds within and between departments and funds as necessary,

Implement controls by fund appropriation, and Designate continuing projects from fund balances. Encumbrances will be carried over to the next fiscal year as a reserve to the fund balance. Expenditures approved by Council shall automatically carry amendments to fund appropriations when necessary. Section 5. As a part of the revenue portions of this Budget, the Council hereby establishes and adopts certain new fees and certain new amounts for existing fees, as identified and set out as proposed fees in the attached exhibits to this Ordinance. The attached Master Fee Schedule and the attached 2019-2020 Utility Master Fee Schedule, including any new fees and new fee amounts, are hereby incorporated into and adopted as a part of this Ordinance. All fee amounts set out therein or adopted shall continue in effect from year to year until revised or modified by subsequent Council action.

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Section 6. If for any reason any sentence, clause or provision of this ordinance shall be declared invalid, such shall not affect the remaining provisions hereof.

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This Ordinance shall take effect on the later of second reading approval by Council or July 1, 2019.

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DONE IN MEETING DULY ASSEMBLED, this day of June 2019.

Elise Partin, Mayor ATTEST:

Mendy C. Corder, CMC, Municipal Clerk

First Reading:

Public Hearing held:
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Approved as to form: Danny C. Crowe, City Attorney

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DONE IN MEETING DULY ASSEMBLED, this day of June 2019.

Elise Partin, Mayor ATTEST:

Mendy C. Corder, CMC, Municipal Clerk

First Reading:

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Memorandum To: Mayor and Council

From: Tracy Hegler, City Manager Carroll Williamson, Planning and Development Director
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Date: August 22, 2019

Subject: First Reading of an Ordinance Amending Zoning Ordinance Section 6.2 ( Purpose of Districts ) and Section 6.10 ( Design Overlay District ) to Provide for a New Arts Design Overlay District

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Issue Council approval is requested for the First Reading of an Ordinance to amend the Zoning Ordinance to create the Arts Design Overlay District in order to permit additional uses and apply design standards that are favorable to artists and others who would like to live and work in the same location. The development standards are meant to further enhance a pedestrian-friendly downtown community.

Discussion Staff is proposing a change to the Zoning Ordinance to create a design overlay for the area on State Street from Poplar Street south to Frink Street and Frink Street from State Street west to Foreman Street, including those properties on the western side of the intersection of Foreman Street and Frink Street. The overlay district extends to the rear property line of all properties contiguous to the right- of-way of Frink Street and State Street within these boundaries. The purpose of the Arts Design Overlay District is to permit additional uses that would allow artists and business owners the flexibility to live and work in the same building. The overlay district also applies development standards that are conducive to a pedestrian- friendly downtown community. Additional highlights include:

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Permits more uses than are currently allowed, the biggest one being it allows residential uses in commercially zoned districts. The intent is to encourage artists to live and work in the same area so that a true artist community can evolve in this section of the City;

2. Relaxes some of the sign requirements for commercial buildings, particularly wall signs mounted or painted on the building. The overlay district will put no restriction on the size of these signs, with the intent being that artists are freer to have creative signage on their building without a size limitation;

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For new construction, the overlay district will 1) permit buildings to be built closer to the road right-of-way, 2) have no minimum parking requirement, and, 3) require all new parking be located to the rear or side of the building; and

4. All existing businesses will be allowed to continue to operate. ITEM IV. B. ITEM V. B. Memorandum To: From: Date: Subject: Issue Mayor and Council Tracy Hegler, City Manager Carroll Williamson, Planning and Development Director
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First Reading of an Ordinance Amending Zoning Ordinance Section 6.2 ( Purpose of Districts ) and Section 6.10 ( Design Overlay District ) to Provide for a New Arts Design Overlay District

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Council approval is requested for the First Reading of an Ordinance to amend the Zoning Ordinance to create the Arts Design Overlay District in order to permit additional uses and apply design standards that are favorable to artists and others who would like to live and work in the same location. The development standards are meant to further enhance a pedestrian-friendly downtown community.

Discussion Staff is proposing a change to the Zoning Ordinance to create a design overlay for the area on State Street from Poplar Street south to Frink Street and Frink Street from State Street west to Foreman Street, including those properties on the western side of the intersection of Foreman Street and Frink Street. The overlay district extends to the rear property line of all properties contiguous to the right- of-way of Frink Street and State Street within these boundaries. The purpose of the Arts Design Overlay District is to permit additional uses that would allow artists and business owners the flexibility to live and work in the same building. The overlay district also applies development standards that are conducive to a pedestrian- friendly downtown community. Additional highlights include:
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Permits more uses than are currently allowed, the biggest one being it allows residential uses in

commercially zoned districts. The intent is to encourage artists to live and work in the same area so that a true artist community can evolve in this section of the City; Relaxes some of the sign requirements for commercial buildings, particularly wall signs mounted or painted on the building. The overlay district will put no restriction on the size of these signs, with the intent being that artists are freer to have creative signage on their building without a

size limitation; For new construction, the overlay district will 1) permit buildings to be built closer to the road right-of-way, 2) have no minimum parking requirement, and, 3) require all new parking be located to the rear or side of the building; and All existing businesses will be allowed to continue to operate. The Planning Commission considered the zoning request for creation of this Design Overlay District at their meeting on August 19, 2019. The zoning request was opened to the public. Approximately 30 people were in attendance with several members of the public speaking both for and against. The largest concern was the parking location requirement. The Planning Commission recommended and staff agreed to modify the language to only require parking on the side or rear yard when new structures are added to the property. Additionally, based on public comment, the Planning Commission recommended and staff agreed to modify the boundaries of the Overlay District to include the entirety of each contiguous lot, rather than a maximum number of feet from the right-of-way, as was originally proposed. One member of the public spoke against the no minimum parking requirement because of the concern over parking spillover onto his property from an adjacent property. The Planning Commission voted on the zoning request to create the Arts Design Overlay District at the Planning Commission meeting on August 19, 2019.

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Recommendation The Planning Commission recommends Council approve First Reading of an Ordinance to create the Arts Design Overlay District.

The Planning Commission considered the zoning request for creation of this Design Overlay District at their meeting on August 19, 2019. The zoning request was opened to the public. Approximately 30 people were in attendance with several members of the public speaking both for and against. The largest concern was the parking location requirement. The Planning Commission recommended and staff agreed to modify the language to only require parking on the side or rear yard when new structures are added to the property. Additionally, based on public comment, the Planning Commission recommended and staff agreed to modify the boundaries of the Overlay District to include the entirety of each contiguous lot, rather than a maximum number of feet from the right-of-way, as was originally proposed. One member of the public spoke against the no minimum parking requirement because of the concern over parking spillover onto his property from an adjacent property. The Planning Commission voted on the zoning request to create the Arts Design Overlay District at the Planning Commission meeting on August 19, 2019.
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Recommendation The Planning Commission recommends Council approve First Reading of an Ordinance to create the Arts Design Overlay District.

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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA ) )

COUNTY OF LEXINGTON ) )

CITY OF CAYCE )

ORDINANCE 2019-13 Amending the Zoning Ordinance Section 6.2 ( Purpose of Districts ) and Section 6.10 ( Design Overlay District ) to Add Language Concerning a New Arts Design Overlay District.
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WHEREAS, Council has determined that it is in the best interest of the public to amend Section 6.2 Purpose of Districts and Section 6.10 Design Overlay District to add language concerning a New Arts Design Overlay District; and

WHEREAS, the Planning Commission held a regularly scheduled public hearing on this request to receive comments from the public; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission met on August 19, 2019, to review public comments and vote on recommending the amended Section 6.2 Purpose of the Districts and Section 6.10 Design Overlay District of the Cayce Zoning Ordinance and unanimously decided that they do recommend this amendment as shown on the attached document, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Cayce, in Council, duly assembled, that Section 6.2 Purpose of Districts and Section 6.10 Design Overlay District is hereby amended as shown on the attached document.

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This Ordinance shall be effective from the date of second reading approval by Council.

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DONE IN MEETING DULY ASSEMBLED, this ______ day of _________2019.

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______________________________ Elise Partin, Mayor

Attest:

______________________________ Mendy Corder, CMC, Municipal Clerk

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First Reading: _____________________

Second Reading and Adoption: ____________

Approved as to form: __________________________ Danny C. Crowe, City Attorney
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA

COUNTY OF LEXINGTON

CITY OF CAYCE

ORDINANCE 2019-13 Amending the Zoning Ordinance Section 6.2 ( Purpose of Districts ) and Section 6.10 ( Design Overlay District ) to Add Language Concerning a New Arts Design Overlay District.
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WHEREAS, Council has determined that it is in the best interest of the public to amend Section 6.2 Purpose of Districts and Section 6.10 Design Overlay District to add language concerning a New Arts Design Overlay District; and

WHEREAS, the Planning Commission held a regularly scheduled public hearing on this request to receive comments from the public; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission met on August 19, 2019, to review public comments and vote on recommending the amended Section 6.2 Purpose of the Districts and Section 6.10 Design Overlay District of the Cayce Zoning Ordinance and unanimously decided that they do recommend this amendment as shown on the attached document, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the City of Cayce, in Council, duly assembled, that Section 6.2 Purpose of Districts and Section 6.10 Design Overlay District is hereby amended as shown on the attached document.

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This Ordinance shall be effective from the date of second reading approval by Council.

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DONE IN MEETING DULY ASSEMBLED, this day of 2019.

Elise Partin, Mayor Attest: Mendy Corder, CMC, Municipal Clerk

First Reading:

Second Reading and Adoption:

Approved as to form: Danny C. Crowe, City Attorney

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Section 6.2 Purpose of Districts

Collectively, these districts are intended to advance the purposes of this Ordinance, as stated in Article 1. Individually, each district is designed and intended to accomplish the following more specific objectives. Residential Districts RS-1, RS-2, RS-3 and RS-4 Single-Family Residential Districts: These districts are intended to foster, sustain, and protect areas in which the principal use of land is for single-family dwellings and related support uses. Densities are designed to vary from district to district. RG-1 General Residential District: This district is intended to promote and accommodate residential development consisting of a variety of housing styles, types and densities (i.e. single family, manufactured, multi family, townhouses, etc.) consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and appropriate standards of public health, safety and welfare, and aesthetics. This District is further intended to provide land to accommodate housing units which meet the diverse economic and social needs of the resident population, while retaining the scale and character of existing neighborhoods. RG-2 General Residential District, High Rise: This district is intended to accommodate high rise residential development in the form of air-space condominiums or rented apartments, and a variety of housing types on small lots or in project settings in areas accessible by major streets and in proximity to commercial uses, employment opportunities and community facilities. It is further intended to permit development flexibility in meeting the demands and preferences of a changing housing market, and doing so in an orderly, compatible manner. Commercial Districts
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C-1 Office and Institutional Commercial District: This district is intended to accommodate office, institutional, and residential uses in areas whose character is changing, or where such a mix of uses is appropriate. It is designed principally for use along major streets dominated by older houses in transition.

C-2 Neighborhood Commercial District: The intent of this district is to meet the commercial and service needs generated by nearby residential areas. Goods and services normally available in these districts are of the convenience variety. The size of this district should relate to surrounding residential markets and the location should be at or near major intersections, in proximity to and/or on the periphery of residential areas. C-3 Central Commercial District: The intent of this district is to promote the concentration and vitality of commercial and business uses in the traditionally central Section 6.2 Purpose of Districts Collectively, these districts are intended to advance the purposes of this Ordinance, as stated in Article 1. Individually, each district is designed and intended to accomplish the following more specific objectives. Residential Districts RS-I, RS-2, RS-3 and RS-4 Single-Family Residential Districts: These districts are intended to foster, sustain, and protect areas in which the principal use of land is for single-family dwellings and related support uses. Densities are designed to vary from district to district. RG-I General Residential District: This district is intended to promote and accommodate residential development consisting of a variety of housing styles, types and densities (i.e. single family, manufactured, multi family, townhouses, etc.) consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and appropriate standards of public health, safety and welfare, and aesthetics. This District is further intended to provide land to accommodate housing units which meet the diverse economic and social needs of the resident population, while retaining the scale and character of existing neighborhoods. RG-2 General Residential District, High Rise: This district is intended to accommodate high rise residential development in the form of air-space condominiums or rented apartments, and a variety of housing types on small lots or in project settings in areas accessible by major streets and in proximity to commercial uses, employment opportunities and community facilities. It is further intended to permit development flexibility in meeting the demands and preferences of a changing housing market, and doing so in an orderly, compatible manner. Commercial Districts

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C-1 Office and Institutional Commercial District: This district is intended to accommodate office, institutional, and residential uses in areas whose character is changing, or where such a mix of uses is appropriate. It is designed principally for use along major streets dominated by older houses in transition.

C-2 Neighborhood Commercial District: The intent of this district is to meet the commercial and service needs generated by nearby residential areas. Goods and services normally available in these districts are of the convenience variety. The size of this district should relate to surrounding residential markets and the location should be at or near major intersections, in proximity to and/or on the periphery of residential areas. C-3 Central Commercial District: The intent of this district is to promote the concentration and vitality of commercial and business uses in the traditionally central business areas of Knox Abbott Drive and State Street. This district encourages wall-to- wall or lot line to lot line development, sidewalks, and a pedestrian friendly environment, including direct access from sidewalks to store fronts. C-4 Highway Commercial District: The intent of this district is to accommodate commercial development catering to the needs of the traveling public, and highway dependent commercial and business uses. Industrial Districts M-1 light Industrial District: The intent of this district is to accommodate wholesaling, distribution, warehousing, processing, light manufacturing, office and related business uses on individual lots and in business park settings. M-2 Heavy Industrial District: The intent of this district is to accommodate certain industrial uses which, based on their operational characteristics, are potentially incompatible with residential, social, medical, and commercial environs. As a result, the establishment of such districts shall be restricted to areas geographically removed or buffered from such environs

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Special Purpose Districts

PDD Planned Development District: The intent of the Planned Development District (PDD) is to allow flexibility in development and encourage the use of innovative site planning techniques resulting in developments with improved design, character, and quality of new mixed use developments which preserve natural and scenic features of open spaces. A PDD is characterized by a plan that may incorporate housing of different types and densities and compatible commercial, institutional, and industrial developments. A PDD allows for the establishment of dimensional and use requirements unique to the property to accommodate flexibility in the arrangement of uses within the project for the general purpose of promoting and protecting the public health, safety, and general welfare.

In view of the substantial public advantage of planned development , it is the intent of these regulations to promote and encourage or require development in this form where appropriate in character, timing, and location, particularly in large undeveloped tracts.
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FH Flood Hazard District: It is the intent of this district to protect human life and health, minimize property damage, encourage appropriate construction practices, and minimize public and private losses due to flood conditions by requiring that uses vulnerable to

business areas of Knox Abbott Drive and State Street. This district encourages wall-to- wall or lot line to lot line development, sidewalks, and a pedestrian friendly environment, including direct access from sidewalks to store fronts. C-4 Highway Commercial District: The intent of this district is to accommodate commercial development catering to the needs of the traveling public, and highway dependent commercial and business uses. Industrial Districts M-1 light Industrial District: The intent of this district is to accommodate wholesaling, distribution, warehousing, processing, light manufacturing, office and related business uses on individual lots and in business park settings. M-2 Heavy Industrial District: The intent of this district is to accommodate certain industrial uses which, based on their operational characteristics, are potentially incompatible with residential, social, medical, and commercial environs. As a result, the establishment of such districts shall be restricted to areas geographically removed or buffered from such environs

Tagged Passions:health, construction, business, streets, travel, development, industrial, Conservation, environment, flooding, parks, Development, property, commercial, and Pedestrian

Special Purpose Districts

PDD Planned Development District: The intent of the Planned Development District (PDD) is to allow flexibility in development and encourage the use of innovative site planning techniques resulting in developments with improved design, character, and quality of new mixed use developments which preserve natural and scenic features of open spaces. A PDD is characterized by a plan that may incorporate housing of different types and densities and compatible commercial, institutional, and industrial developments. A PDD allows for the establishment of dimensional and use requirements unique to the property to accommodate flexibility in the arrangement of uses within the project for the general purpose of promoting and protecting the public health, safety, and general welfare.

In view of the substantial public advantage of planned development , it is the intent of these regulations to promote and encourage or require development in this form where appropriate in character, timing, and location, particularly in large undeveloped tracts.
Tagged Passions:planning, health, regulation, development, industrial, Development, property, commercial, and housing

FH Flood Hazard District: It is the intent of this district to protect human life and health, minimize property damage, encourage appropriate construction practices, and minimize public and private losses due to flood conditions by requiring that uses vulnerable to

floods, including facilities which serve such uses, be protected against flood damage at the time of initial construction. Additionally, this district is intended to help maintain a stable tax base by providing for the sound use and development of flood-prone areas and to ensure that potential home buyers are notified that property is in a flood area. The provisions of this district are intended to minimize damage to public facilities and utilities such as water and gas mains, electric, telephone, and sewer lines, streets and bridges located in the flood plain, and prolonged business interruptions; and to minimize expenditure of public money for costly flood control projects and rescue and relief efforts associated with flooding.

Tagged Passions:health, construction, business, sewer, streets, taxes, Taxes, utility, development, Utility, water, electric, flooding, Development, and property

D-1 Development District: This is an agricultural holding zone. Land currently included in this zone is found generally on the fringe of the community where development has yet to intensify. Future development of this zone will necessitate rezoning in accord with the goals and objectives of the Comprehensive Plan.

DO-1 Design Overlay District: The purpose of the design overlay district(s) is to create and present an aesthetically pleasing physical environment with appropriate uses along the City s principal gateway routes, to include Knox Abbott Drive, 12th Street Extension, State Street, Frink Street, Charleston Highway and Airport Boulevard. Section 6.10 Design Overlay District Section 6.10-1 Creation; definition There are hereby created four design overlay districts: (1) Knox Abbott Drive Design Overlay District, which shall parallel Knox Abbott Drive and shall extend from the street right-of-way the depth of each contiguous lot or 200', whichever is less.

Tagged Passions:airport, strategic, streets, agriculture, development, zoning, Conservation, environment, Development, and gateway

(2) 12th Street Extension Design Overlay District, which shall parallel 12th Street Extension from Poplar Street south to Taylor Road/Old Taylor Road, and shall extend from the street right-of-way the depth of each contiguous lot or parcel or 500', whichever is less.

(3) I-77 Gateway Design Overlay District, which includes all properties between the CSX railroad right-of-way to the west, Congaree River to the East, Taylor Road/Old Taylor Road to the north, and City of Cayce city limits south of Interstate 77. See Exhibit A for the specific area. floods, including facilities which serve such uses, be protected against flood damage at the time of initial construction. Additionally, this district is intended to help maintain a stable tax base by providing for the sound use and development of flood-prone areas and to ensure that potential home buyers are notified that property is in a flood area. The provisions of this district are intended to minimize damage to public facilities and utilities such as water and gas mains, electric, telephone, and sewer lines, streets and bridges located in the flood plain, and prolonged business interruptions; and to minimize expenditure of public money for costly flood control projects and rescue and relief efforts associated with flooding.

Tagged Passions:construction, business, sewer, streets, taxes, Taxes, utility, development, Utility, transportation, water, electric, watershed, flooding, Development, property, and gateway

D-l Development District: This is an agricultural holding zone. Land currently included in this zone is found generally on the fringe of the community where development has yet to intensify. Future development of this zone will necessitate rezoning in accord with the goals and objectives of the Comprehensive Plan.

DO-I Design Overlay District: The purpose of the design overlay district(s) is to create and present an aesthetically pleasing physical environment with appropriate uses along the City's principal gateway routes, to include Knox Abbott Drive, 12th Street Extension, State Street, Frink Street, Charleston Highway and Airport Boulevard. Section 6.10 Design Overlay District Section 6.10-1 Creation; definition There are hereby created four design overlay districts: (1) Knox Abbott Drive Design Overlay District, which shall parallel Knox Abbott Drive and shall extend from the street right-of-way the depth of each contiguous lot or 200', whichever is less.

Tagged Passions:airport, strategic, streets, agriculture, development, zoning, Conservation, environment, Development, and gateway

(2) 12th Street Extension Design Overlay District, which shall parallel 12th Street Extension from Poplar Street south to Taylor Road/Old Taylor Road, and shall extend from the street right-of-way the depth of each contiguous lot or parcel or 500', whichever is less.

(3) 1-77 Gateway Design Overlay District, which includes all properties between the CSX railroad right-of-way to the west, Congaree River to the East, Taylor Road/Old Taylor Road to the north, and City of Cayce city limits south of Interstate 77. See Exhibit A for the specific area. (4) Arts Design Overlay District, which shall parallel Frink Street from parcels on the western intersection of Foreman Street and east to State Street, and also parallel State Street from Frink Street north to Poplar Street, and shall extend from the street right-of- way for the depth of each contiguous lot. Section 6.10-2 Purpose 1) Design Overlay Districts serve as the City s gateway routes. In order to visually harmonize these gateways with existing development, additional restrictions and development standards are required to create an aesthetically pleasing and uniform appearance. Additionally, the Arts Overlay District encourages artists to live, create, and conduct business within a designated section of the City. Section 6.10-3 Uses 1) Knox Abbott Drive Design Overlay District and 12th Street Extension Design Overlay District

Tagged Passions:business, streets, arts, development, transportation, watershed, Development, property, and gateway

a.
Permitted Uses. Unless specifically prohibited by Section 6.10-3.1.b, the uses permitted within the underlying zoning district shall apply.

EXHIBIT A: Map of I-77 Gateway Design Overlay District EXHIBIT A: Map of 1-77 Gateway

Tagged Passions:zoning and gateway

Design Overlay District

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(4) Arts Design Overlay District, which shall parallel Frink Street from parcels on the western intersection of Foreman Street and east to State Street, and also parallel State Street from Frink Street north to Poplar Street, and shall extend from the street right-of- way for the depth of each contiguous lot.

Section 6.10-2 Purpose 1) Design Overlay Districts serve as the City's gateway routes. In order to visually harmonize these gateways with existing development, additional restrictions and development standards are required to create an aesthetically pleasing and uniform appearance. Additionally, the Arts Overlay District encourages artists to live, create, and conduct business within a designated section of the City. Section 6.10-3 Uses Knox Abbott Drive Design Overlay District and 12th Street Extension Design1) Overlay District Permitted Uses. Unless specifically prohibited by Section 6.10-3.1 .b,a. the uses permitted within the underlying zoning district shall apply.
Tagged Passions:business, arts, development, zoning, Development, property, and gateway

b.
Prohibited Uses i. Truck (stops) and freight terminals ii. Billboards iii. Outdoor sales and storage lots, including, but not limited to,

vehicular, boat, trailers, recreational vehicles, campers, manufactured homes, flea markets, furniture, lumber, scrap metal and salvage operations

Tagged Passions:market, sale, transportation, advertising, signage, boating, and recreation

iv.
Sexually oriented businesses, night clubs and drinking places (bars and lounges)

v. Communication towers and antennas, with the exception of small wireless facilities as defined in Article 12

Tagged Passions:business, cell tower, Cell tower, communications, Communications, nightlife, wireless, adult-oriented businesses, and Wireless

vi.
Pawn shops, consumer cash lending secured by personal property vii. Kennels viii. Check cashing services

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services and property

2) I-77 Gateway Design Overlay District

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:gateway

a.
Permitted Uses. Unless specifically prohibited by Section 6.10- 3.2.b, the uses permitted within the underlying zoning district shall apply, in addition to the following:

i. Residential- single-family and multi-family ii. Light Industrial, commercial, office and institutional, public administration, and rural b. Prohibited Uses

Tagged Passions:rural, industrial, zoning, and commercial

i.
Any use which emits an obnoxious odor, noise, or sound which can be heard or smelled outside of any building or structure

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:noise

ii.
Any operation primarily used as a distilling, refining, smelting, or mining operation

No additional detail provided

iii.
Any trailer court, labor camp, junkyard or stockyard provided, however, this prohibition shall not be applicable to the temporary use of construction trailers during periods of construction, reconstruction, or maintenance or the use of office and administrative trailers in connection with the marketing of lots or condominium units for sale

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction, legal, market, sale, and court

iv.
Any dumping, disposing, incineration, or reduction of garbage; provided however, this prohibition shall not be applicable to garbage compactors located near the rear of any building or any other approved location

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:solid waste

v.
Any use involving selling or exhibiting pornographic materials or illicit drug-related paraphernalia

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:drugs and materials

vi.
Any use involving selling the exhibition, either live or by other means to any degree, of nude or partially nude dancers or wait staff

No additional detail provided

vii.
Any massage parlors or similar establishments viii. Billboards ix. Pawn shops, consumer cash lending secured by personal property x. Check cashing services xi. Kennels

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:advertising, signage, services, and property

b.
Prohibited Uses i. Truck (stops) and freight terminals

2)

Tagged Passions:transportation

ii.
Billboards

iii. Outdoor sales and storage lots, including, but not limited to, vehicular, boat, trailers, recreational vehicles, campers, manufactured homes, flea markets, furniture, lumber, scrap metal and salvage operations

Tagged Passions:market, sale, advertising, signage, boating, and recreation

iv.
Sexually oriented businesses, night clubs and drinking places (bars and lounges)

v. Communication towers and antennas, with the exception of small wireless facilities as defined in Article 12

Tagged Passions:business, cell tower, Cell tower, communications, Communications, nightlife, wireless, adult-oriented businesses, and Wireless

vi.
Pawn shops, consumer cash lending secured by personal property vii. Kennels viii. Check cashing services

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services and property

1-77 Gateway Design Overlay District Permitted Uses. Unless specifically prohibited by Section 6.10-a.

3.2.b, the uses permitted within the underlying zoning district shall apply, in addition to the following: i. Residential- single-family and multi-family ii. Light Industrial, commercial, office and institutional, public
Tagged Passions:industrial, zoning, commercial, and gateway

b.
administration, and rural Prohibited Uses

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:rural

i.
Any use which emits an obnoxious odor, noise, or sound which can be heard or smelled outside of any building or structure

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:noise

ii.
Any operation primarily used as a distilling, refining, smelting, or mining operation

No additional detail provided

iii.
Any trailer court, labor camp, junkyard or stockyard provided, however, this prohibition shall not be applicable to the temporary use of construction trailers during periods of construction, reconstruction, or maintenance or the use of office and administrative trailers in connection with the marketing of lots or condominium units for sale

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction, legal, market, sale, and court

iv.
Any dumping, disposing, incineration, or reduction of garbage; provided however, this prohibition shall not be applicable to garbage compactors located near the rear of any building or any other approved location

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:solid waste

v.
Any use involving selling or exhibiting pornographic materials or illicit drug-related paraphernalia

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:drugs and materials

vi.
Any use involving selling the exhibition, either live or by other means to any degree, of nude or partially nude dancers or wait staff

No additional detail provided

vii.
viii.

No additional detail provided

ix.
x.

No additional detail provided

xi.
Any massage parlors or similar establishments Billboards

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:advertising and signage

Pawn shops, consumer cash lending secured by personal property Check cashing services Kennels

xii. Outdoor sales and storage lots, including but not limited to vehicular, boat, trailers, recreational vehicles, campers, manufactured homes, flea markets, furniture, lumber, scrap metal, and salvage operations xiii. Mobile homes and mobile home parks c. Conditional Uses i. Communication Towers and Antennas are permitted as a conditional use in accordance with Article 7, Section 7.8.
Tagged Passions:market, sale, cell tower, Cell tower, services, parks, boating, communications, property, Communications, mobile homes, and recreation

3) Arts Design Overlay District a. Permitted Uses. Unless specifically prohibited by Section 6.10-3.3.b, the uses permitted within the underlying zoning district shall apply, in addition to the following:

Tagged Passions:arts and zoning

i.
Single-family detached residences ii. Accessory apartments permitted as part of a single family detached

residence or as an accessory to a business permitted in the overlay district.

Tagged Passions:business

iii.
Duplexes iv. Artisan-level production. The shared or individual use of hand-tools,

No additional detail provided

mechanical tools, and electronic tools for the manufacture of finished products or parts including design, processing, fabrication, assembly, treatment, and packaging of products; as well as the incidental storage, sales and distribution of such products. Uses include: electronic goods, woodworks, food and bakery products, beverages, printmaking, leather products, jewelry and clothing/apparel, metal work, furniture, glass or ceramic production, and paper manufacturing.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sale

v.
Neighborhood commercial (C-2) uses vi. The following Accessory uses to primary single-family residential

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:commercial and neighborhood

uses are exempt from the home occupation requirements of Sec. 7.7: a) Real estate b) Financial consulting c) Art studios d) Schools/classes less than 5 students per class e) Home health care services f) Personal care services

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health, finance, arts, services, education, and students

vii.
Specialty and/or boutique furniture and home furnishing stores including bath, kitchenware, chinaware, linen, electric lamp/lighting, glassware and housewares

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:electric and commercial

viii.
Brewpub primarily being an eating and drinking establishment with a small brewery on the premises which produces beer, ale, or other malt beverage and where the majority of the beer produced is consumed on the premises, but also allows brewpub to sell its products at retail for off-site consumption

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:alcohol

ix.
Specialty and/or boutique wine and craft beer shops that allow for on- site and off-site consumption.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:alcohol

b.
Prohibited Uses i. Pawn shops

No additional detail provided

C.
xii. Outdoor sales and storage lots, including but not limited to vehicular, boat, trailers, recreational vehicles, campers, manufactured homes, flea markets, furniture, lumber, scrap metal, and salvage operations

xiii. Mobile homes and mobile home parks Conditional Uses i. Communication Towers and Antennas are permitted as a conditional use in accordance with Article 7, Section 7.8.

Tagged Passions:market, sale, cell tower, Cell tower, parks, boating, communications, Communications, mobile homes, and recreation

3) Arts Design Overlay District Permitted Uses. Unless specifically prohibited by Section 6.10-3.3.b,a.

the uses permitted within the underlying zoning district shall apply, in addition to the following:
Tagged Passions:arts and zoning

i.
Single-family detached residences ii. Accessory apartments permitted as part of a single family detached residence or as an accessory to a business permitted in the overlay district.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:business

iii.
Duplexes iv. Artisan-level production. The shared or individual use of hand-tools,

No additional detail provided

mechanical tools, and electronic tools for the manufacture of finished products or parts including design, processing, fabrication, assembly, treatment, and packaging of products; as well as the incidental storage, sales and distribution of such products. Uses include: electronic goods, woodworks, food and bakery products, beverages, printmaking, leather products, jewelry and clothing/apparel, metal work, furniture, glass or ceramic production, and paper manufacturing.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sale

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