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Regular Meeting

Indian Trail Town Council

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DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP AGENDA 5:30 P.M.

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1.
DISCUSSION

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5:30 p.m. Stinson, Planned Mixed Use Development (Nicholas Parker, P.E.) (Connects Secrest Shortcut Rd. Oakwood Lane)

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6:00 p.m. Evoke at Indian Trail, Multi-Family Development (Mr. Scott Bayer) (Behind Sun Valley Theaters)

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA 6:30 P.M.
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1.
CALL MEETING TO ORDER / PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE / MOMENT OF SILENCE

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2.
AGENDA ADDITIONS DELETIONS

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MOTION TO APPROVE AGENDA

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4.
PRESENTATIONS a. New Business Stalls Medical, Inc. and Adaptive Vans, Inc. Derrick Johnson, ATP b. Agency Donation Request Common Heart. Keith Adams

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PUBLIC COMMENTS a. Public Comments (General Public) b. Council Feedback to Public Comments (Council)

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6.
LAW ENFORCEMENT UPDATE a. Captain s Comments (Captain Coble)

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CONSENT AGENDA - action a. August 27, 2019 Regular Meeting Minutes b. Approval of Monthly Tax Reports for July and August 2019

TOWN COUNCIL Shirley Howe Mike Head Jerry Morse Marcus McIntyre TOWN CLERK Kathy Queen MAYOR Michael L Alvarez MAYOR PRO TEM

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David L. Cohn

TOWN MANAGER Patrick Sadek, P.E. Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 1

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PUBLIC HEARING a. Zoning Map Request(s)

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1) ZM2019-0061 Residence - 4025 Old Monroe Road (0.68 ac) Ord 319 (5 Min.) (Mr. Jones) action 2) CZ2019-0044 The Hub (Apartments/Hotel) (19.38 ac) Ord. 318 (5 Min.) (Mr. Jones) action

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9.
OLD BUSINESS

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10.
NEW BUSINESS a. GO Bond, Series 2019 - Park Rec Consider Approval of Bond Financing (Mr. Wojtowicz) (2 Min.) action b. ABC Board Clarification (Mr. McIntyre) (5 Min.) - info

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c.
Artificial Turf Field Geotechnical (Mr. Huntsinger) (5 Min.) - info

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11.
DISCUSSION ITEMS

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12.
MANAGER S UPDATE

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13.
COUNCIL COMMENTS

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14.
CLOSED SESSION

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ADJOURN

Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 2 DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS 5:30 P.M.

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Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 3

BY

Nicholas R. Parker, PE

Manager Green Street Land Co. L.L.C. Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 4

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Total of 11 individual parcels

Total Site Area = 80 acres
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Land is included in the recently adopted Secrest Shortcut Small Area Plan

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Site connects Secrest Shortcut Road with Oakwood Lane

Direct access to the Monroe Expressway Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 5 Stinson is part of an overall Planned Mixed Use Development designed to optimize the integration of quality-built residential units of multiple types and styles. Stinson will employ low impact development (LID) features in a traditional neighborhood development that provides for walkability to neighborhood commercial uses, office/medical uses as well as potential connectivity to Crooked Creek Park. Mixed Use Commercial Multi-floor Lofts with Plaza Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 6 Destination Community with Ample Open Spaces and Walkability
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Blend of Product and Architectural Styling

True Mixed-Use Community providing a mix of residential types, general business, neighborhood commercial and light office/medical space
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Pedestrian Connectivity to Sardis Elementary School

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Hospitality-oriented uses to support activities at Crooked Creek Park

Abundant Green Spaces and Public Plazas

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Dog Park and Tot Lot

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Emphasis on Low Impact/Light Imprint Development Techniques

Emphasis on Social Connectivity Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 7 80 acres +/-

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15
acres +/- open space

Hotel/hospitality site located close to Monroe Expressway Up to 200,00 square feet office/commercial space Assorted residential product types potentially including age targeted/age restricted, townhomes, residential lofts above commercial space, market-rate multifamily units Amenities include dog park, multiple public plazas, pedestrian connectivity to Crooked Creek Park Low Impact Design principles including innovative storm water management facilities Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 8

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3
Story Walk-Up

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acres +/-

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Maximum of 350 units

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Building Types

Mixed Use with Ground Floor Retail 3-Story Walk Up 2-Story Walk Up

Average Rent - 1,400/month

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Average Income of Buyer - 65k/year

Lease discounts for Police Officers and First Responders

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30
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DEMOGRAPHIC Married Single Professional 75

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CHILDREN

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acres +/-

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Maximum of 250 units

Projected Sale Price - 205 - 255k

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Married Single Professional 43

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Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 12 Greenway Public Plazas Tot Lot Dog Park Crooked Creek Park Trail Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 13 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 14 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 15 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 16
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One of the goals of Stinson is to be forward thinking in how storm water is conveyed, treated and detained on site. With proper design, the storm water can be a strong amenity to the overall development project.

Stinson will work closely with our builders and the Town of Indian Trail to create BMPs with both form AND function. Shallow Detention Parks Bioswales Wet Ponds
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Vegetated slopes and drainage areas

Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 17 Shallow Detention Shallow Detention Wet Pond Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 18

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Big Picture Stinson Development Plan

80 acres +/-
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acres Commercial (29 ) Includes potential hotel site

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Includes office and commercial uses

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Mix of Residential Product Types Townhomes, Age Targeted, Multifamily, Lofts

Gross Residential Density of 7.5 units/acre Taking advantage of location next to Monroe Expressway Creates a walkable live/work/play community Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 19

EVOKE AT INDIAN TRAIL Indian Trail, North Carolina

Scot t Bayer Presented by : C onf ide nt ial Prospec tu s for the Tow n of Indian Trai l C O N F I D E N T I A L A PA R T M E N T D E V E L O P M E N T Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 20 E V O K E A T I N D I A N T R A I L P r o p o s e d C l u b h o u s e
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F o u r S t o r y B u i l d i n g E V O K E A T I N D I A N T R A I L Al l roo fs to be f la t o r m in ima l p i t ch 2Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 22

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O u t d o o r L i v i n g A r e a E V O K E A T I N D I A N T R A I L

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Z o n i n g a n d L a n d U s e SITE VILLAGE CENTER E V O K E A T I N D I A N T R A I L

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Figure 10-6 - Corridor Recommendations Map

RECOMMENDED GRADE SEPARATION BRIDGE OVER CSX RAILROAD W e s l e y C h a p e l S t o u t s R o a d W i d e n i n g a t t h e P r o p e r t y E V O K E A T I N D I A N T R A I L SITE
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6Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 26

7/3/2019 Airport Mobile Home Park Apartments - Chapel Hill, NC Apartments.com

https://www.apartments.com/airport-mobile-home-park-chapel-hill-nc/3xtcq2e/ 1/1
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2019 CoStar Group, Inc.

2
Weeks Ago Home / North Carolina / Chapel Hill / Airport Mobile Home Park

There are no available units. Airport Mobile Home Park 1575 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Chapel Hill, NC 27514 Chapel Hill North T r a i l e r s B e i n g R e m o v e d E V O K E A T I N D I A N T R A I L
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S i t e P l a n E V O K E A T I N D I A N T R A I L CONNECTIVITY

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U n i t T y p e s E V O K E A T I N D I A N T R A I L

1
Bedroom 1 Bath 117 783 SF 1150 Monthly Rent

2
Bedroom 2 Bath 158 1 049 SF 1450 Monthly Rent

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Bedroom 2 Bath 45 1264 SF 1750 Monthly Rent

EVOKE AT INDIAN TRAIL

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320 Units 21 Acres 756 Parking Spaces

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CWatts CWattsUNIT TYPE C1 FLOOR PLAN C1 C1 br br br lrlr d 1,264 Square Feet 12Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 32 SITE New Widened Highway U.S. 74 Bypass Rd Stallings 74 Indian Trail G r e a t A c c e s s i b i l i t y E V O K E A T I N D I A N T R A I L
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O u t d o o r S i t t i n g A r e a E V O K E A T I N D I A N T R A I L

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Scott Bayer Senior Investment Broker 336.314.6169 sbayer@multifamilyus.com Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 39 REGULAR MEETING Consent Agenda Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 40 TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING Council Chambers Town Hall August 27, 2019 @ 6:30 p.m.
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MINUTES of the REGULAR MEETING

The Indian Trail Town Council held a regular meeting in the Council Chambers located at 315 Matthews-Indian
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Trail Road, Indian Trail, NC with the following persons in attendance.

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Present: Mayor Michael Alvarez, Mayor Pro Tem David Cohn, Council Member Shirley Howe, Council Member

Marcus McIntyre, Council Member Mike Head, and Council Member Jerry Morse Absent: Staff: Town Manager Patrick Sadek, P.E, Attorney Karen Wolter, Clerk Kathy Queen
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1
2 CALL TO ORDER

A quorum was present. Mayor Michael Alvarez called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m.

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ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA

Council made the following changes to the Agenda:

ADD - Presentations Item 4b Agency Donation Request Common Heart DELETE New Business - 10c Cascade Single Family Development Annexation Proposal
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MOTION was made by Council Member McIntyre to adopt the Agenda as amended and was unanimously

approved.
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4.
PRESENTATIONS

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5.
PUBLIC COMMENTS

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a.
Public Comments

Mayor Alvarez opened Public Comments and read the statement of conduct that is expected when addressing Town years back.

Meg Fielding, resident, noted that two individuals running for Mayor and Council Member were married and asked

if it would create a conflict of interest given board members report to the Mayor. Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 41

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Jim White, resident ABC Board Chair, referenced HB971 regarding privatization and stated the ABC Board

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asked him to present a suggestion to Council. The Board suggests that one of the Board Members or the Town

Manager reach out to Union County Commissioners to request they host a privatization forum with NC Lawmakers

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and all Union County ABC Board Members and General Managers to discuss privatization in NC. He noted

Mecklenburg County Commissioner recently passed a Resolution opposing N.C Privatization. Mayor Alvarez closed Public Comments.
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b.
Council Feedback to Public Comments

Council Member McIntyre responded to Mr. Gordon stating the information request was broad and will take time

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to complete. He affirmed with the Communications Coordinator that the PIRs are in progress and that Mr. Gordon

has been informed of their status. Ms. Ball, Communications Coordinator, affirmed.
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informed Ms. Fielding he is running for office.

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Mayor Alvarez and Mayor Pro Tem Cohn commented on the unqualified statement made a few years ago. Mayor

Pro Tem Cohn noted it was irrelevant as it was a general comment made so long ago.

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LAW ENFORCEMENT UPDATES

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a.
Captain s Comments Captain Coble informed Council Members of recent crimes. He noted the changes in school bus routes in the

Crismark neighborhood are not due to the lack of response in addressing parking issues by the Town or UCSO. He noted the Town and UCSO have greatly improved the parking in Crismark, and the decision to re-map bus routes is likely due to other factors. Captain Coble informed Council Members that in November, UCSO deputies would

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be given the opportunity to participate in a fund-raiser whereby they can elect to pay to not shave for 30 days.

Proceeds will go to the Hometown Hero s foundation. Council Member McIntyre expressed interest in participating.
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8.
CONSENT AGENDA

a.
Approve August 13, 2019 Regular and Developer Meeting Minutes

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MOTION was made by Mayor Pro Tem Cohn to approve the items for consent under Item 7, Consent Agenda, on

the 8/27/19 Meeting Agenda and was unanimously approved.

9.
PUBLIC HEARINGS

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9.
OLD BUSINESS

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a.
Committee Meeting Liaison Update Council Member Morse reported that the CRTPO is reviewing the STIP. Public Comments will be received in

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early October. Decisions about funding are anticipated in January, possibly February, where the Town will hear

about funding for the Monroe Road expansion project. Council Member Morse informed Council that it is
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becoming apparent that there is a shortage in NCDOT funds. He commended Council for their move last month

in voting to contribute to NCDOT 5M for the expansion of Old Monroe Road. Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 42

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b.
Grant Agreement Approval Panther Organization Mr. Wojtowicz informed Council Members that the 250K Grant agreement from the Panther s Organization has been received and requested their approval.

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MOTION was made by Council Member McIntyre to approve the LISC (Local Initiatives Support Corporation)

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Grant Agreement regarding receipt of the 250k Grant for the artificial turf field from the NFL Foundation

(National Football League) and was unanimously approved. *Document is included as part of the Minutes.
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10.
NEW BUSINESS

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a.
Union County Retreat

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Mr. Sadek reminded Council that Indian Trail, along with all Union County jurisdictions, received an invitation

from Union County to attend a Land-Use Retreat to be held August 28. He noted the County did not elaborate on the format or the content of the presentations. Mr. Sadek noted the Town will take advantage of this opportunity to share some of the Town s short- and long-term planning. Council was presented with a copy of the presentation and asked to provide feedback. Municipalities have been allocated 45 minutes each to present.

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Council Member McIntyre noted that most of the questions from residents come from the donut holes within the

Town and noted residents don t understand these areas are outside the Town s jurisdiction. He asked if the County would be receptive to giving the Town more control over some of the plans for these areas. Mr. Sadek stated he

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thought so and gave examples of public waste and the UCSO who contract with Indian Trail. He noted that if the

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Town provides the County with good reasons as to why these areas should be part of the Town s jurisdiction, hopefully, they will agree. He stated he did approach Union County a couple of years back, under the previous

Town Manager, and while the County didn t say much about the donut holes, they did say they declined to relinquish jurisdiction to related municipalities for ETJ s when asked. Council Member McIntyre noted the donut holes are a concern and cited the example of a recent approval by the County of a 300-townhome project in one of the Town s donut holes without any coordination or input from the Town. He asked if the County s Land Use Retreat is for show or if they are wasting the Town s time. He felt if the County was serious, they would have delayed the 300- townhome project to get input from the Town.

As an example, Mr. Sadek noted Bonterra is surrounded by six developments which will bring a lot of traffic congestion to Poplin. He stated part of the Town s process in approving these developments is to review a TIA and asked Members to consider the impact if the County could approve these developments. Mr. Sadek stated that

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if given the task, the Town would do everything to make sure they are providing Bonterra with the least impact.

Stormwater is another area for consideration. The County, due to limited staffing, approached the Town about a

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year ago to discuss a joint effort in reviewing stormwater plats, but Town has not heard anything yet. Mr. Sadek

noted there are many services the Town could provide, if allowed by the county, that would benefit the Town such

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as annexing the donut holes. He noted the Town would do its best to convince the County at the retreat and noted

the slides were geared toward this purpose. Council Member Head added another situation where the developer
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did not annex because the Town requires two entrances and the County does not. He agreed with trying to get more

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cooperation with the County and noted other municipalities feel the same way. Mr. Sadek recalled the requests

from the two developers and noted that both had come before the Town Board and both re-zonings were denied.
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b.
Developments

Mayor Pro Tem Cohn noted he had requested for Mr. Sadek to provide a listing of developments that have zoning

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approval but have been stagnant, showing no signs of progress, for years. He noted he would like to ask Attorney

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Wolter some questions. He noted that one of the problems in Indian Trail is that many projects have been approved

but are not being developed. Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 43 Mayor Pro Tem Cohn asked if there was any way to better control developers to keep projects moving. Attorney Wolter noted a conditional zoning is by law a 2-year vested right. At the end of two years, it can be expired by
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Council forcing the developer to come back to Council to get approval to move forward again. The Town cannot

force any work to be done. If a property is zoned without conditions, the owners are not obligated to do anything ever. Mayor Pro Tem Cohn asked if the Town should review all the developments approved over the years that don t show any progress. Attorney Wolter advised that the Town cannot force the owner of the property to do something with the property. The only time the Town can gain some control is when a developer comes to Town to obtain a construction-related permit. At that time, the Town can choose to incorporate conditions into a new zoning ordinance creating a conditional re-zoning which then has a 2-year timeframe. She emphasized, however, that expired zonings do not give the Town any enforcement authority. Mayor Pro Tem Cohn noted the purpose is to avoid approving one project and then being surprised when another project nearby starts up that was approved years earlier and likely forgotten. Mayor Pro Tem noted that some delays are intentional whereby developers are engaging in Land Banking. Mayor Pro Tem Cohn asked if Council should emphasize to developers that conditional zonings expire after two
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years. Mr. Sadek asked Attorney Wolter if developers would need to reapply if the Town changed the

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Comprehensive Plan and UDO, and she responded most likely yes. Mr. Sadek stated this is the parameter where

Contractors can be controlled and noted the Town needs to review zoning and make necessary changes to create an

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opportunity for the Town to put into place a conditional zoning. If the zoning requirements change per the UDO or

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Comp. Plan, the developer will need to come back to the Town to request a new rezoning, provided they either

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don t have a conditional zoning or are outside the two-year timeframe. This would put the developer following the Town and not the other way around.

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Mayor Pro Tem Cohn suggested emphasizing to developers when meeting with Council that the Town is serious

about the two-year timeframe. He asked what happens when someone buys a property that has been conditionally
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rezoned. Attorney Wolter stated the proposed use which is outlined in the conditional-use ordinance transfers with

the sale of a property, but cautioned that the UDO will govern if something desired is not specifically stated within the conditions outlined in the ordinance. To maintain control, Attorney Wolter stated it is important to have very

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specific conditions on items of importance stated within the Ordinance.

Council Members reviewed the developer project list and requested for Mr. Sadek to clarify the status and to add the project type.
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Mr. Sadek stated his preference to Council Members that he is not in favor of allowing developers to offer the Town

funding in lieu of constructing certain improvements as it gives developers additional vesting rights. He stated the Town prefers for developers to complete the improvements themselves. consistent. Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 44

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11.
DISCUSSION ITEMS

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12.
MANAGER S UPDATES

Town Manager Sadek noted Council is beginning to see a lot of shortfalls in the NCDOT Budget. He shared with

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Council previously details on the littering, grass mowing, and Chestnut Parkway, Phase II. Regarding Phase II, Mr.

Sadek informed Council Members that the real estate acquisition process will continue until it is complete but will
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not move forward with making offers or purchasing properties due to a budget shortfall. He noted the Town needs

to be careful that NCDOT s cash shortfall doesn t affect the conditions listed within the letter to NCDOT regarding contributing funds toward the Old Monroe Road expansion. The Town would like for both projects to come in at the same time. He stated his comments are pertaining to Chestnut Lane; he has not heard anything on Old Monroe Road.

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13.
COUNCIL COMMENTS Council Members thanked everyone for coming, acknowledged staff, thanked various parties for their efforts in

supporting Town events and activities, and made general closing comments.

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14.
CLOSED SESSION

Mayor Alvarez announced Closed Session under NCGS 143.381.11(a)(5).

MOTION was made by Council Member Morse to enter Closed Session at 7:45 pm and was unanimously approved.

Town Manager Patrick Sadek and Town Clerk Kathy Queen were excused from the meeting.
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Approval of Closed Session Minutes

MOTION was made by Council Member McIntyre to approve the July 23, 2019 Closed Session Minutes and was

unanimously approved.
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Council returned to Open Session.

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MOTION was made by Council Member Morse to exit Closed Session at 8:15 p.m. and was unanimously approved.

ADJOURN
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Being no further business, Mayor Alvarez entered a Motion to adjourn.

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MOTION was made by Council Member McIntyre to adjourn the meeting at 8:15 p.m. and was unanimously

approved.
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TOWN OF INDIAN TRAIL

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Michael L. Alvarez, Mayor

Attest: _______________________

Kathy Queen, Town Clerk

Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 45

Town of Indian Trail

Memo
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TO: Mayor and Town Council

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FROM: Alicia Massey, CTC

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CC: Patrick Sadek PE, Town Manager Jim Wojtowicz CPA, Finance Director

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DATE: September 10, 2019

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SUBJECT: Month End July 2019

According to GS 105-350(7) it is the duty of the tax collector to submit to the governing body at each of its regular meetings a report of the amount he/she has collected on each year s taxes with which he is charged, the amount remaining uncollected, and the steps he/she is taking to encourage or enforce payment of uncollected taxes.

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Below is the month end report for July 2019 collections (current and prior year). The tax department is using all collection remedies as provided by general statute to collect delinquent taxes including but not limited to garnishments, attachments and NC Debt Setoff.

Current Year Tax (FY 19/20 through July 31) Billed 0 Collected 0 Total Due 0
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Prior Year(s) Collected (from Tax Years (2008-2018) Collected 7,452.74 GAP Collected 84.72 Penalty Billed 629.04 Penalty Collected 535.89 Penalty Due 93.15 These numbers represent collections for properties that remain unpaid from the tax year for which they were due. In addition to the above-mentioned collection remedies, we also work in conjunction with Union County to collect delinquent property taxes through the foreclosure.

GAP Billing (New Statute FY 19/20) Billed 0 Collected 0 Total Due 0 GAP Billing refers to the gap between the time the NC registration for a motor vehicle expires and a new registration is issued for that same vehicle. During that gap the motor vehicle is unregistered, obligating the municipality in which that vehicle is registered to list and tax as personal property per GS 105-330.3. Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 46

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Town of Indian Trail

Memo
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TO: Mayor and Town Council

No additional detail provided

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FROM: Alicia Massey, CTC

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CC: Patrick Sadek PE, Town Manager Jim Wojtowicz CPA, Finance Director

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DATE: September 10, 2019

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SUBJECT: Month End August 2019

According to GS 105-350(7) it is the duty of the tax collector to submit to the governing body at each of its regular meetings a report of the amount he/she has collected on each year s taxes with which he is charged, the amount remaining uncollected, and the steps he/she is taking to encourage or enforce payment of uncollected taxes.

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Below is the month end report for August 2019 collections (current and prior year). The tax department is using all collection remedies as provided by general statute to collect delinquent taxes including but not limited to garnishments, attachments and NC Debt Setoff.

Current Year Tax (FY 19/20 through July 31)
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Billed 8,186,216 Collected 29,076 Total Due 8,157,140

Prior Year(s) Collected (from Tax Years (2008-2018) Collected 8,830 GAP Collected 85 Penalty Billed 1211 Penalty Collected 722 Penalty Due 489 These numbers represent collections for properties that remain unpaid from the tax year for which they were due. In addition to the above-mentioned collection remedies, we also work in conjunction with Union County to collect delinquent property taxes through the foreclosure.

GAP Billing (New Statute FY 19/20) Billed 0 Collected 0 Total Due 0 GAP Billing refers to the gap between the time the NC registration for a motor vehicle expires and a new registration is issued for that same vehicle. During that gap the motor vehicle is unregistered, obligating the municipality in which that vehicle is registered to list and tax as personal property per GS 105-330.3. Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 47 REGULAR MEETING

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Public Hearing(s)

Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 48
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Town of Indian Trail

Memo
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To: Mayor Town Council From: Tim Jones, AICP, Senior Planner Date: September 10, 2019 Subject: ZM 2019 0061

GENERAL INFORMATION This is a request to rezone approximately 0.68 acres from Neighborhood Business District (NBD) within the Old Monroe Village Center Overlay to Single Family, Low Density Residential (SF 1) within the Old Monroe Village Center Overlay. The intent of this request is to rezone the property to sell the existing home as a residential structure instead of as a commercial structure that would possibly require improvements to the site, depending on the type of business use. As reflected in Attachment 2 (Aerial Map), the subject property is located on the southwest side of Old Monroe Road and west of the Indian Trail and Old Monroe Road intersection. See the full Planning Board staff report here. Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 49
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Project Number and Reference: ZM 2019 0061 (4025 Old Monroe Road) Town Council Meeting Date: September 10, 2019

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PLANNING DEPARTMENT

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Case: ZM 2019 0061 Reference Name Zoning Map Amendment 4025 Old Monroe Road Planning Board Meeting Date

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Members Present Chairman Dennis Gay, Vice Chair Samantha Towns, Mischelle Reese, Michael McCarver, and Sidney Sandy

Members Absent Joseph Lytch, Cheryl Mimy and Vice Chair Samantha Towns left at 8:15 pm Case Found Complete Yes No

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Motion Recommend approval to Town Council Member Making the Motion

Board Member Reece Second the Motion Board Member Sandy Vote 4 to 0
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Summary This is a request to rezone approximately 0.68 acres from Neighborhood Business District (NBD) within the Old Monroe Village Center Overlay to Single Family, Low Density Residential (SF 1) within the Old Monroe Village Center Overlay (see Attachment 1, Application). The intent of this request is to rezone the property to the existing home as a residential structure instead of a commercial structure that would possibly require improvements to the site, depending on the type of business use. As reflected in Attachment 2 (Location Map), the subject property is located on the southwest side of Old Monroe Road and west of the Indian Trail and Old Monroe Road intersection.

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Planning Board Meeting The Board voted 4 to 0 to recommend rezoning the parcel. See the Planning Board staff report here.

The Board made the following required findings one for consistency with Town adopted plans and another regarding the benefit of the public: Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 50

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Project Number and Reference: ZM 2019 0061 (4025 Old Monroe Road) Town Council Meeting Date: September 10, 2019

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1. The proposed UDO amendment is consistent with the following goals of the Comprehensive

Plan:
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Land Use and Housing Goal 1: The proposed map amendment will help to further this goal by promoting a mix of different types of land uses within the Old Monroe Village Center.

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2.
This rezoning request is reasonable and is in the public interest because it promotes the

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goals of the Indian Trail Comprehensive Plan in the areas of Land Use and Housing. It is consistent with the adopted plans within the Town of Indian Trail.

Planning Board Recommendation Based on the consistency with the Comprehensive Plan, the Planning Board recommended approval of this ordinance amendment. Town Council will need to take one of the following actions:
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Receive this staff report and public testimony, and

1.) Concur with the findings and transmittal of the Planning Board to approve; or 2.) Do not make the findings and deny the amendment. Staff Contact Tim Jones, AICP, Senior Planner 704 821 5401 tdj@indiantrail.org Exhibit 1 Aerial Map Exhibit 2 Zoning Map Exhibit 3 PB Minutes Exhibit 4 Ordinance Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 51

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Project Number and Reference: ZM 2019 0061 (4025 Old Monroe Rd) Planning Board Meeting Date: August 20, 2019

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Town Council Meeting Date: TBD

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Aerial Map

Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 52

Project Number and Reference: ZM 2019 0061 (4025 Old Monroe Rd) Planning Board Meeting Date: August 20, 2019

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Town Council Meeting Date: TBD

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Existing Zoning Map

SF-1 L-I SF-1 SF-1 SF-1 SF-1 CBD NBD NBD Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 53
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Tuesday, August 20, 2019

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b.
ZM 2019-0061 4025 Old Monroe Rd

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Mr. Jones gave an overview presentation of the project (Staff report available on www.indiantrail.org/AgendaCenter ). Vice Chairman Towns left at 8:15pm.

The applicant gave a brief discussion on the reasoning behind the need to rezone the property, to have more opportunity to sell their property to potential buyers. It was explained that the property does not have the allotted amount of space required by the UDO to sell the property for a commercial use. Chairman Gay opened public comments. There were no public comments.

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Motion was made by member McCarver to accept the consistency findings statement read in by staff. Seconded by member Sandy, the motion passed unanimously. Motion was made by member Reece to approve ZM 2019-0061 based on staff recommendation. Seconded by member Sandy, the motion passed unanimously. ELECTION OF OFFICERS

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a.
Vice Chairman Planning Board voted by ballot cards for Vice Chairman. It was read into the record that member Michael McCarver was voted in unanimously to be Vice Chairman for term July 1st, 2019 to June 30th, 2020.

ADJOURNMENT (8:30pm) Motion to adjourn was made by member Sandy, seconded by member McCarver, and the motion passed unanimously. Date: __________________ Chairman Gay: _____________________________________ Secretary: _____________________________________ Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 54 tdj Line tdj Line (Record) *Place Sticker Here

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA )

) ORDINANCE O190910-319 TOWN OF INDIAN TRAIL )

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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE TOWN OF INDIAN TRAIL REZONING PARCEL 07114043 LOCATED AT 4025 OLD MONROE ROAD, ON THE NORTHEAST SIDE OF OLD MONROE ROAD AND WEST OF THE INDIAN TRAIL AND OLD MONROE ROAD

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INTERSECTION FROM NEIGHBORHOOD BUSINESS DISTRICT (NBD) WITHIN THE OLD MONROE VILLAGE CENTER OVERLAY TO SINGLE-FAMILY, LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (SF-1)

WITHIN THE OLD MONROE VILLAGE CENTER OVERLAY IN THE TOWN OF INDIAN TRAIL, UNION COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WHEREAS, this Zoning Map Amendment (ZM 2019-0061) was duly noticed in compliance with North Carolina General Statutes; and WHEREAS, a public meeting was held by the Planning Board on August 20, 2019 to consider this zoning map amendment; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board found the proposed map amendment is consistent with the following goals of the Comprehensive Plan:
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Land Use and Housing Goals 1: The proposed map amendment will help to further this goal by promoting a mix of different types of land uses within the Old Monroe Village Center.

WHEREAS, the Planning Board further found this zoning reclassification zoning reclassification is a reasonable request and is in the public interest because it promotes the goals of the Indian Trail Comprehensive Plan in the areas of Land Use and Housing; and WHEREAS, after making the required findings, the Planning Board voted 4 to 0 to transmit a recommendation to approve to the Town Council; and Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 55 WHEREAS, the Town Council held a public hearing on September 10, 2019 to consider said request and recommendation of approval from the Planning Board; and WHEREAS, the Town Council made the required findings. NOW, THEREFORE, IT SHALL BE ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Town of Indian Trail, North Carolina hereby takes the following action: Section 1 Makes the required findings as stated herein; and Section 2 Approves ZM 2019-0061 Zoning Petition thereby granting the Zoning Map amendment to establish a Single-Family, Low Density (SF-1) district within the Old Monroe Village Center Overlay zoning designation on parcel 07114043; and

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Section 3 This ordinance shall be effective immediately upon adoption.

AND IT IS SO ORDAINED this 10th day of September 2019.
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TOWN OF INDIAN TRAIL COUNCIL

_____________________ Michael L. Alvarez, Mayor Attest:
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____________________ Kathy Queen, Town Clerk

APPROVED AS TO FORM: _______________________ Karen Wolter, Town Attorney Attachments: None Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 56 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 57 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 58 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 59 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 60 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 61 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 62 STALLINGS: C-74 SF-1 SF-1RBD RBD RBD GBD L-I L-I H-I INST CBD GBD GBD STALLINGS: MU-2 UC: HC UC: LI RBD Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 63 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 64 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 65 (6:04pm) Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 66
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b.
Motion

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Staff report available on www.indiantrail.org/AgendaCenter

Chairman Gay opened public comments.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2qnxm_rJMo feature=youtu.be (31:55 52:00)

Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 67 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 68 Chairman Gay closed public comments. Chairman Gay opened Board Q A. Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 69 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 70 Member Towns left the dais between 7:29pm-7:37pm of the project discussion. Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 71
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Verbatim on Motion Discussion

Town Council Audience clapped to Chairman Gay s comment Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 72 read into record by Mr. Jones project Chairman Gay asked member McCarver applicant applicant phase apartments the applicant s primary request of 650 apartments Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 73 consistency statement when the project is being voted down applicant the project applicant information Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 74 motion did not allow enough time for the first vote

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Member Reece raised her hand. Vice Chairman Towns, Chairman Gay, member Sandy, and member McCarver all raised their

hands. the motion
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Chairman Gay, and member Sandy raised their hand Vice Chairman Towns, member Reece, and member McCarver raised their hands.

other business item

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Staff report available on www.indiantrail.org/AgendaCenter

Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 75 Vice Chairman Towns left at 8:15pm. Chairman Gay opened public comments. There were no public comments.
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Motion

Motion

Motion to Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 76

STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA ) ) ORDINANCE O190910-318

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TOWN OF INDIAN TRAIL )

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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE TOWN OF INDIAN TRAIL REZONING A PORTION OF PARCELS 07105004 AND 07105005D LOCATED AT THE

SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAY 74 AND CHESTNUT PARKWAY, FROM REGIONAL BUSINESS DISTRICT (RBD) INDIAN TRAIL TO CONDITIONAL ZONING REGIONAL BUSINESS DISTRICT, MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT (CZ RBD MXD) IN THE TOWN OF INDIAN TRAIL, UNION COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WHEREAS, this Conditional Zoning Amendment (CZ 2019-0044) was duly noticed in compliance with North Carolina General Statutes; and WHEREAS, two community meetings were held on June 24, 2019 to give residents the opportunity to learn about the proposed zoning map amendment; and WHEREAS, a public meeting was held by the Planning Board on July 16, 2019 and August 20, 2019 to consider this zoning map amendment; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board found the proposed map amendment inconsistent with the following goals of the Comprehensive Plan:

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Quality of Life Goal 1: The proposed request will give the opportunity to establish a

unique identity in this area and start to bring the US-74 Corridor Plan to fruition with residential and commercial uses. The provision of these multiple uses will enable the creation of a sense of place.
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Land Use and Housing Goal 1: The proposed project will promote compatibility of land uses between the residential neighborhood and commercial uses.

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Land Use and Housing Goal 5: The proposed request will provide high quality design to ensure attractive land development and redevelopment.

Mobility and Transportation Goal 5: The proposed project integrates land use recommendations from the US-74 Corridor Revitalization Study. Economic Development Goal 5: The proposed project combines initiatives with land use and transportation plans by following the Comprehensive Plan s US-74 Corridor Plan section which was incorporated from the multi-jurisdictional US-74 Corridor Revitalization Study. WHEREAS, the Planning Board further found this zoning reclassification to be not a reasonable request and not in the public interest because it does not promote the goals of the Indian Trail Comprehensive Plan; and Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 77

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WHEREAS, after voting on the required findings, the Planning Board failed to take action with a motion to deny failing 3-2; there is no recommendation from Planning Board to the Town Council; and

WHEREAS, the Town Council held a public hearing on September 10, 2019 to consider said request; and WHEREAS, the Town Council made the required findings. NOW, THEREFORE, IT SHALL BE ORDAINED by the Town Council of the Town of Indian Trail, North Carolina, hereby takes the following action: Section 1 Makes the required findings as stated herein; and Section 2 Approves CZ 2019-0044 Conditional Zoning Amendment thereby granting the Zoning Map amendment to establish Regional Business District, Mixed Use Development (RBD MXD) on a Portion of Parcels 07105004 and 07105005D for the purpose of developing a 350-unit apartment complex and a hotel subject to the conditions referenced in the concept plan, Exhibit 1. In addition to the conditions referenced in the concept plan, the following conditions shall apply:
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1.
Staff to confirm that Union County Public Works, Environmental Health, Sheriff s Office, and Fire Marshall have made comments and are addressed during site plan review;

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The development shall comply with all other applicable requirements of the Town of Indian Trail Unified Development Ordinance.

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3.
Town approval incorporates and shall comply with any and all submittals in the case file and correspondence presented to the Town Council in support of this application, including, but not limited to the following: the site/sketch plan, architectural elevations or architectural representations, and any other information related to this case or improvements recommended by the Town and/or other agencies.

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4.
The US Postal Service has notified the Town that all future subdivision approvals must utilize a community mail delivery system (cluster mailboxes). Locations and details of the proposed community mailboxes must be included in the Construction Documents, and must be reviewed and approved by the Postmaster for this area. The applicant(s) must provide the Town with written confirmation that the local Postmaster agrees with the proposed box locations.

5. Trash enclosures must comply with the Town of Indian Trail Unified Development Ordinance. 6. Reduction of the Minimum lot area per unit (3,350 square feet) for apartments to 1,612 square feet.
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7.
The 4 story buildings shown on the concept plan should remain as 4 story and not be reduced.

Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 78

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Building maximum height is to be 70 feet. 9. The applicant must provide 1.5 parking spaces per dwelling unit. Parking for the

apartments must be contained in the parcel and half of the proposed parking along Nelson Lemmond Drive. No apartment parking allowed on Chestnut Parkway.

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Applicant will reconstruct Nelson Lemmond Drive to accommodate a two-lane road with eighty-seven 60-degree parking spots along both sides of the road as shown on plan sheet RZ-3.0 Overall Site Plan.

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Architecture should remain the same as submitted in the concept plan (modern/flat roofs).

12. Landscaping facing Independence in the flood plain area should be present as indicated in the concept plan presented at the development workshop before Town Council on May 14, 2019.

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The main entrance to the project should be on Independence and should serve both the hotel and the apartments.

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14.
Grade for Phase I and any water/sewer needs only. Do not grade for Phase II during Phase I grading.

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Three-bedroom apartments are restricted to 5 of total number of apartments constructed.

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Amenities include 2 clubhouses, 2 pools, dog park, and walking trails.

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Section 3 This ordinance shall be effective immediately upon adoption.

AND IT IS SO ORDAINED this 10th day of September 2019.
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TOWN OF INDIAN TRAIL COUNCIL

_____________________ Michael L. Alvarez, Mayor Attest:
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_________________________ Kathy Queen, Town Clerk

Approved as to Form: _________________________ Karen Wolter, Town Attorney
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Exhibit 1 Concept Plan

Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 79 REGULAR MEETING New Business Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 80 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 81 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 82 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 83 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 84 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 85 Artificial Turf Field Geotechnical Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 86 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 87 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 88 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 89 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 90 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 91 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 92 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 93 Agenda Packet 9-10-19 Pg. 94

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