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CITY COUNCIL MEETING

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2020 7:00 PM

Council agendas are outlines for a Council meeting showing what business the Council will be discussing on that date.

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The Council will meet in the Mauldin City Hall at 5 East Butler Road in the Council Chambers

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AGENDA 1. Call to order

a. Invocation b. Pledge of Allegiance c. Welcome

2. Proclamations and Presentations

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3. Reading and approval of minutes

a. City Council Meeting January 20, 2020 (Pages 3-9)

4. Public Comment

5. Report from City Administrator

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6. Reports from Standing Committees

a. Finance and Policy (Chairman Reynolds) b. Public Safety (Chairwoman King) c. Public Works (Mayor Merritt) d. Economic Planning and Development

(Chairman Matney) e. Building Codes (Chairwoman Kuzniar) f. Recreation (Chairman Black)
Tagged Passions:Homebuilder, planning, finance, development, public safety, Development, Public Works, public works, policy, building codes, and recreation

7. Unfinished Business

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a. Consideration and Action on Annexation at Loblolly Circle and Laurel Drive (Building Codes)- Final reading (Pages 10-34)

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b. Consideration and Action on Potential Moratorium on Types of Discount Stores (EPD)- Final Reading (Pages 35-38)

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c. City Park Playground Agreement with Cunningham Recreation (PW)- Only requires one reading (Pages 39-54)

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8. New Business

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a. Consideration and action on Copier Proposal contract (Finance)- Only requires one reading (Pages 55-58)

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b. Consideration and action on Employee Personnel Policy (Finance)- Only requires one reading (Pages 59-61)

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c. Consideration and action on Rezoning at 317 Miller Road (Building Codes)- First reading (Pages 62-84)

Tagged Passions:Homebuilder, streets, zoning, and building codes

d. Consideration and action on Amendments to the Conditional Standards for Multi-Family Housing in the C-1, C-2, and S-1 Zoning Districts (Building

Codes) First reading (Pages 85-96)
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e. Consideration and action on contractual matters involving the Belmont Fire District (Public Safety) Only requires one reading (Pages 97-104)

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f. Consideration and action on work on Muirwood Drive (PW)- Only requires one reading (Pages 105-108)

g. Consideration and action on Replacement of Gateway Entry Sign (PW)- Only requires one reading (Pages 109-111)

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h. Consideration an action on Millport at Butler Rd. Intersection Improvement Project - Participation Agreement (PW)- Only requires one reading

(Pages 112- 117)

i. Municipal Match Resurfacing Program Participation Agreement (PW)- Only requires one reading (Pages 118-124)

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9. Public Comment

10. Council requests

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11. Adjournment

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Minutes City Council Meeting

January 21, 2020 7:00 p.m.

Members present were Mayor Terry Merritt, Council members Taft Matney, Carol King, Michael Reynolds and Dale Black. City Administrator Brandon Madden

and City Attorney John Duggan were also present. Councilwoman Diane Kuzniar was not present due to a death in her family.
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1. Call to order- Mayor Merritt a. Invocation- Councilman Matney b. Pledge of Allegiance- Councilman Matney c. Welcome- Mayor Merritt

2. Proclamations and Presentations a. Mauldin Recreation Football 12U

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Certificates were presented by the Mayor.

3. Reading and approval of minutes (Pages 3-9) a. City Council Meetings December 16, 2019; Special Called- January 6, 2020

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Councilwoman King made a motion to approve the minutes with Councilman Matney seconding. The vote was unanimous (5-0).

Councilman Black made a motion to approve the special called minutes with Councilwoman King seconding. The vote was unanimous (5-0).

4. Public Comment- None

5. Report from City Administrator Recognition of City Staff a. Police Officer and Civilian Employee of the Year

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Chief Turner recognized Luke Rohaley as Civilian Employee of the Year and Daniel Turner as Officer of the Year.

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Brandon brought two events to Council s attention. This Thursday there is a model opening at Maplewood Retirement Community. There will be a Chamber

Business Expo on February 27th.
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6. Reports from Standing Committees- The reports are on file. a. Finance and Policy (Chairman Reynolds) b. Public Safety (Chairwoman King) c. Public

Works (Mayor Merritt) d. Economic Planning and Development (Chairman Matney) e. Building Codes (Chairwoman Kuzniar) f. Recreation (Chairman Black)
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7. Unfinished Business a. Consideration and action on request to Abandon Road S-1115 (EPD)-

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Final reading (Pages 10-21)- Chairman Matney made a motion to accept this ordinance on second reading. This will allow our legal counsel to start

proceedings to close road S1115 and notify property owners. This is the frontage road at Owens Lane and Main Street. Councilman Black seconded the motion and the vote was unanimous (5-0).
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b. Consideration and action on rezoning at 501 E. Butler Road (Building Codes)- Final reading (Pages 22-36)- Councilman Black made a motion to accept

this on second reading. The property is currently zoned C1 and is requesting to rezone to RM. This property is 5 acres next to City Park on East Butler Road and will be townhomes. Councilwoman King seconded and the vote was unanimous (5-0).
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c. Consideration and action on Amendment to Sec. 8-62, Compliance with Laws (Building Codes)- Final reading (Pages 37-40)- Councilman Black made a

motion to accept this ordinance on second reading. It cleans up our code regarding references to Greenville County Planning. Mauldin has its own Planning Commission. Councilman Reynolds seconded the motion and the vote was unanimous (5-0).
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8. New Business a. Consideration and Action on Annexation at Loblolly Circle and Laurel Drive

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(Building Codes)- First reading (Pages 41-65)- David Dyrhaug said there were some questions about a traffic study for this property. The results of

the study have recommendations that the driveways be designed with DOT and Greenville County standards, minimum site distances at the entrances to be maintained, and standard stop signs and stop bars installation. There are plans to widen Loblolly Circle and realign the intersection of Loblolly Circle and Ridge Road.
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This annexation is composed of 3 parcels. The first is 1307 Loblolly Circle, owned by Kimberly Rogers and is 6.1 acres. The property is currently

zoned R7.5 in the County and would be RM City. Councilman Black made a motion to accept this on first reading. Councilman Matney seconded the motion and the vote was unanimous (5-0).
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The second is owned by River of Life Romanian Church at 405 Laurel Road. The property is 5 acres. The property is currently zoned RMA in the County

and would be RM City. Councilman Black made a motion to accept this on first reading. Councilwoman King seconded the motion and the vote was unanimous (5-0).
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The third parcel is owned by Martin and Rivea at 403 Laurel Road and is 2.9 acres. The property is currently zoned RMA in the County and would be RM

City. Councilman Black made a motion to accept this on first reading. Councilwoman King seconded the motion and the vote was unanimous (5- 0).
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b. Consideration and Action on Small Cell Wireless Facilities Ordinance (Building

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Codes)- First reading (Pages 66-89)- This is for 5G technology. The City Attorney came back with some information on this that committee should look

at. Councilman Black made a motion to send this item back to committee with Councilman Reynolds seconding. The vote was unanimous (5-0).
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c. Consideration and Action on Planning Commission appointment (Building

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Codes- Only requires one vote (Pages 90-98)- This is an appointment to Elizabeth Wiygul s seat. The seat expires in June 2020. Council appointed

Chris Paglialunga.
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d. Consideration and Action on Authorization to Proceed on the Sale of Old/

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Damaged Equipment (PW)- This item only requires one vote (Pages 99-101)- Councilman Reynolds made a motion to allow Public Works to advertise and

sell the listed old/damaged equipment on Govdeals. Councilwoman King seconded the motion. The vote was unanimous (5-0).
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e. Consideration and Action on City Park Playground Agreement with

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Cunningham Recreation (PW)- This item only requires one vote (Pages 102- 112)- This item is for installation of playground surface and equipment at

City Park. Staff brought forward two options from Cunningham Recreation. Councilwoman King made a motion to install option 1. Option 1 was chosen because it is different from what is at our other parks and we want to offer our citizens different park experiences. 146,369 will be the cost out of 250,000 that was previously budgeted by Council.
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Councilman Black requested that a swing be added to option 1 after some feedback he has received from citizens. He also noted the playground is next

to the parking lot. He would like a fence installed around the playground to keep the children safe. Currently the agreement calls for a wood chip surface. Councilman Black would like Council to consider the installation of a turf surface, which is easier to maintain. Either surface would be ADA accessible.
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Councilman Matney said these items would significantly change the amount of money expended and we have a responsibility to find out how much these

changes will cost before the vote.

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Joe reported that we have two quotes for the fencing. One is about 5,000 and one was a little over 6,000. A swing would probably cost around

3,000.00. The option 1 does call for a swing, but it is a disk-type swing. Joe said he does not know how much the turf would cost, but we would have plenty of money left in the budget to absorb these extra costs. Mayor Merritt asked if the surface at City Center was installed. Joe said they are almost complete. Mayor Merritt said there is some extra material. If it is not going to be used, maybe we could use it at City Park. Joe said he would check on the status of that.
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Councilwoman King asked about ADA accessibility and the turf surface. Joe said all the equipment is ADA accessible. The wood chip and turf surfaces

would both be ADA compatible.
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Councilwoman King rescinded her motion.

Councilman Matney made a new motion to hold this item on the floor until pricing for a new surface and the other items mentioned are received.

Councilwoman King seconded the motion and the vote was unanimous (5- 0).

f. Consideration and Action on Potential Moratorium on Types of Discount Stores

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(EPD)- This item only requires one vote (Pages 113-117)- This would be a moratorium on small box discount stores. We have several of these types of

stores within a two-mile radius of city hall. The moratorium would allow staff some time to review the zoning ordinance and land use codes and recommend ways to handle these types of businesses. Chairman Matney made a motion to put a moratorium in place for six months to provide staff with time to review its land development code and zoning ordinances as it relates to this type of development. Councilwoman King seconded the motion.
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Councilman Black said any projects already in the works and permitted would not be affected by the moratorium. Chairman Matney said that was correct.

He does not believe there are any such projects already permitted. Councilman Reynolds asked if six months was enough time for staff to review our current regulations. Chairman Matney said if it is determined that staff needs more time, the moratorium could be extended. The vote was unanimous (5-0).
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g. Consideration and action on addendum to Goodwyn Mills Cawood task

order (EPD)- This item only requires one vote (Pages 118-123)- City Council is requested to authorize the extension of the terms of the GMC agreement

an additional 12 months to allow GMC to provide cost analysis on the proposed Swamp Rabbit Trail Pedestrian Bridge over 385 with the cost of the extension
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approved at the standard hourly rates included in the original agreement. Chairman Matney made the motion to approve the extension. Councilman Black

seconded the motion and the vote was unanimous (5-0).
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9. Public Comment

a. Anne-Marie Smith- I live at 505 Miller Road. Thank you for allowing me to speak tonight. I care about this City. I think a big part of the future

is preserving its legacy. Part of this history is the Fowler House at 317 Miller Road. It is the oldest house in Mauldin in the city limits still standing. It is in the Mauldin Legacy Book. There are only three houses left standing in this book. It was built in 1909 by Walter Fowler and originally had 35 acres. The family auctioned it and it was bought by Bill Goodman in 2010. It was to be fixed up, but his situation changed and in 2014 it was allowed to run down.
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It was then purchased by a company called Metal Chem, who purchased the warehouse behind the property at Ellwood Court. They stated they only needed

50 feet of the backyard so they could extend the loading dock, but they had to purchase the whole property. If the City could obtain the house and half of the backyard, I think it would make a historic Chamber of Commerce, Mauldin Historical Society, and museum. I know the pictures look really bad, but if you could get a tour and see how much potential it has, it would be an asset to Mauldin. It is part of Mauldin s legacy. Thank you. A lot of our history is going away and it is a very important home.
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b. Charlie Graydon: I live at 948 Fargo Street. I have been a resident since 1976. I have a couple of things. First, Mr. Reynolds, congratulations on

your election. Ms. King, on your re-election. I pass my condolences to Miss Kuzniar on the death of her loved one. That is tough. I know, I have been there.
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Two or three things about the City Center. This past weekend, there was a big article in the Greenville News with our new Mayor on the front page

smiling at us, talking about the new development and using our taxes for infrastructure. In November, I stood right here and talked to Mr. Black, Miss King and the ex- Mayor and they swore no taxes would be used. Now we have Mr. Mayor saying we will use future taxes to pay for it. I would like to have a consensus of Council tell us the truth.
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We have been told fee in lieu of taxes, bonds, and in November the bond attorney said no bank would float a bond based on expected revenues. Mr.

Matney was chairman of that committee at the time. I would like to hear a consensus tell the citizens where we stand. We were supposed to have sold seven acres to Contour and that has not happened. They were supposed to put 50,000 in escrow. I don t think that has happened yet. The corner up
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here on Butler and Main is split between the City and I can t say his name. Is the City going to buy that other corner? The old Taco Bell is sitting

empty. The seven acres we were supposed to get 3.25 million for, where do we stand? Today, right now. The due diligence period is expired as of December 31st. I didn t know that. I thought we had 60 days from October 30th. We still lack a lot of answers that you need to resolve. I hope with the new Mayor and new Council members, we will have better transparency.
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I came through Simpsonville the other night and their new place on Burdette corner was bursting with people. They were sitting in a nice new

restaurant that took six months to put together. The Vaughn Feed Store will be a new restaurant and outdoor venue for people. They have what Mauldin doesn t have. Existing infrastructure. They just have to renovate a little. Fountain Inn was the same way. Mr. Broad knows that because he was there. We don t have that. We have to build from the ground up. These 24 acres out here will be put at one of the busiest intersections in the County- 276 and Butler Road. Those other two towns have Main Streets that are off the interstate. I came in a little late tonight and had to park at the bank. What will we do if we open a retail center? What will we do about the parking and traffic? I hope this current administration addresses some of these issues.
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Is Contour still on board with us? According to the agenda that was published, you are supposed to vote on a contract extension tonight. That was on

the internet today. That is what Cindy put out. It is what is on the agenda. No one knows what is going on. Look at it. It is on the internet online. I didn t print it out.
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Can you answer those questions, Mr. Mayor?

Mayor Merritt: I can have a discussion with you. Your questions have been duly noted and Mr. Madden can get back with you with answers.

Charlie Graydon: I appreciate your extending me longer than 3 minutes. I guess I am a hard-boiled egg rather than a soft-boiled egg. Thank you for

your time. I really do hope we have a more transparent administration.

Ray Atchinson: 115 Old Keith Court here in Mauldin. I came from Detroit 23 years ago to get this warmer weather. Some of you know my wife is

seriously ill and has been for several years. We woke up one morning with a terrible headache that lasted all day and into the night until we woke up again the next day and she said, Ray, we have got to do something. We called the fire department and asked if they could check the premises.
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I was looking for one guy, and before I could turn around there were 3 rigs and 7 people at my house. They were in every room checking oxygen levels.

We both had terrific headaches. When they got ready to leave, they said we didn t find anything, your house is clear, but if you find anything, call us and we will be right back. I wanted to bring that to your attention. In minutes they

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were there with three rigs and seven people. That probably cost a lot of money, but they came to two old guys. I want them to know how much we

appreciate it. They did not miss a trick. Kindness, professional, thorough, friendly people and were very serious with what they did.

I think we should acknowledge the department and the Fire Chief for having these kinds of people to serve our community. I would like to give them a

hand for what they do for our community.

10. Council requests- Councilman Matney advised Council that this past Friday night,

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Mauldin High School raised over 128,000 to support Safe Harbor without corporate sponsors. There are a lot of bright spots in the future.

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11. Adjournment- Mayor Merritt adjourned the meeting.

Respectfully Submitted,

Cindy Miller Municipal Clerk

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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM MEETING DATE: February 17, 2020

AGENDA ITEM: 7a

TO: City Council

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FROM: Business Development Services Director, David C. Dyrhaug

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SUBJECT: Annexation of Properties at Loblolly Circle and Laurel Drive *** 2nd Reading ***

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REQUEST

The City of Mauldin has received signed petitions requesting the annexation of a tract of land consisting of three parcels pursuant to South Carolina

Code of Laws Section 5-3-150. These petitions includes approximately 14 acres owned by various individuals and is located at Loblolly Circle and at Laurel Drive.
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The applicant has requested that this tract be zoned R-M, Residential, upon annexation into the City of Mauldin. The applicant has already begun

development of a townhome project called Parkland. These tracts will be added to the Parkland development project. Parkland is already planned for approximately 121 homes in phase 1, approximately 82 homes in phase 2, and approximately 42 homes in phase 3. This annexation would enable the applicant to expand phase 1 by approximately 41 homes and phase 3 by approximately 54 homes. The price-point for homes is expected to average over 200,000 (low- to mid- 200s).
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AUTHORIZED REP(S): Davis Floyd, Inc. OWNER(S): Kimberly Rogers River of Life

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Romanian Church Juan Martin Beatriz Rivera

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TAX MAP NUMBER(S): M012.04-01-013.01 M012.04-01-018.04 M012.04-01.018.05 LOCATION: 1307 Loblolly Cir 405 Laurel Dr 403 Laurel Dr CURRENT ZONING:

R-7.5 (County) R-MA (County) R-MA (County) REQUESTED ZONING: R-M, Residential R-M, Residential R-M, Residential SIZE OF PROPERTY: Approx. 6.1 acres Approx. 5.0 acres Approx. 2.9 acres
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TOTAL: Approx. 14 acres

CONTIGUITY: This tract is directly contiguous to Phases 1 and 3 of the Parkland group development which was annexed into the City of Mauldin on

September 17, 2018.
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UTILITIES AND SERVICES

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All utilities are available including water and sewer. ReWa has a main line that runs through the applicant s tract of land. The City of Mauldin

anticipates owning and maintaining new sewer lines constructed as part of any development project on these tracts. Approvals for sewer will be required before any proposed development is approved.
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This tract is currently located in in the Mauldin Fire Service Area. This tract will continue to be served by the Mauldin Fire Department.

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PLANNING AND ZONING

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About the R-M District

The R-M zoning designation provides for medium- to high-density residential housing types including multi-family housing, attached single-family

homes and detached single-family homes. Other permitted uses include recreational, religious, and educational facilities.
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R-M Zoning allows a minimum 5,000-square foot lot for single-family homes or a density of 16 units per acre for multi-family developments

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Cluster development standards permit a density up to 14.5 units per acre in exchange for the provision of open space amounting to 15 .

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Surrounding Development/Zoning

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These properties are surrounded by the following zoning and land uses:

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Direction Zoning District(s) Existing Use(s) North R-7.5 (County) /

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R-MA (County) Rural residential / Marion Abercrombie Estates

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South R-M (City) Parkland development project East R-MA (County) /

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R-S (County) Laurel View subdivision

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West R-9 (Greenville City) Ridge Park subdivision

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Property Values

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The homes in this project are projected to sell at an average of more than 200,000. This range will be above the average price of home sales in

adjacent communities over the last couple of years. See below.
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Community 2018 2019 No. of Sales Avg. Price No. of Sales Avg. Price Laurel View 2 133,450 0 N/A Marion Abercrombie Estates

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0 N/A 1 90,000

Ridge Park Eastwood Homes community that will start in the 220s

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Comprehensive Plan Analysis

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The Future Land Use Map for this tract calls for residential multifamily which could include apartments, condominiums, and duplexes. The R-M district

directly supports and is entirely consistent with this designation in the Comprehensive Plan.
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TIMELINE

On December 12, 2019, staff received the signed petitions for the annexation of these tracts.

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On January 7, 2020, the Building Codes Committee forwarded this matter to City Council for consideration.

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On January 21, 2020, the City Council approved this annexation on first reading.

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FISCAL IMPACT

Based on the information available, staff projects that the Parkland development project, inclusive of this annexation, will have a positive fiscal

benefit to the City (projected revenue of 321,006 compared to a project cost of 317,986). This analysis is based on the following factors:
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Number of Homes: 340 Average price-point: 230,000 New streets: Privately owned and maintained New sewer: Owned and maintained by the City of Mauldin

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RECOMMENDATION

Consider approval of this annexation on second reading.

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ATTACHMENTS

Annexation Ordinance (maps and petitions attached therein)

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ORDINANCE -2020

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AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE ANNEXATION OF PROPERTY OWNED BY KIMBERLY ROGERS, AND LOCATED AT 1307 LOBLOLLY CIRCLE (TAX MAP PARCEL:

M012.04-01-013.01) BY ONE HUNDRED PERCENT PETITION METHOD; AND TO ESTABLISH A ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF R-M, RESIDENTIAL, FOR SAID PROPERTY
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WHEREAS, Kimberly Rogers, is the sole owner of record title of a parcel of real property containing 6.1 acres, more or less, located at 1307 Loblolly

Circle, which property is contiguous to the City of Mauldin and is more particularly illustrated in Exhibit 1 attached hereto; and,
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WHEREAS, an Annexation Petition, attached hereto as Exhibit 2, has been filed with the City of Mauldin by Kimberly Rogers, requesting that the

aforementioned property be annexed into the City of Mauldin; and,
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WHEREAS, the property to be annexed is contiguous to the City of Mauldin, and is more particularly depicted in Exhibit 1 attached hereto; and,

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WHEREAS, Kimberly Rogers, constitutes one hundred (100 ) percent of freeholders owning one hundred (100 ) of the real property depicted in Exhibit 1

attached hereto; and,
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WHEREAS, the proposed zoning of R-M, Residential, is appropriate for this tract at this location; and,

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WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council conclude that the annexation is in the best interest of the property owner and the City;

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NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Mayor and Council of the City of Mauldin that:

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1. ANNEXATION: The real property owned by Kimberly Rogers, and more particularly depicted in the map attached hereto marked as Exhibit 1, is hereby

annexed into the corporate city limits of the City of Mauldin effective immediately upon second reading of this ordinance.
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2. ANNEXATION OF A PORTION OF ADJACENT RIGHTS-OF-WAY: All of that portion of Loblolly Circle along the edge of and adjoined to the annexed property

shown on the attached Exhibit to the centerline of the afore-mentioned rights-of-way is also hereby annexed into the corporate limits of the City of Mauldin effective immediately upon second reading of this ordinance.
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3. ZONING ASSIGNMENT: The above referenced property is hereby zoned R-M, Residential, as depicted in Exhibit C of the attached Petition contained in

Exhibit 2.
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____________________________________ Terry Merritt, Mayor

ATTEST:

________________________________________ Cindy Miller, Municipal Clerk

First Reading: _________________________

Second Reading: ______________________

Approved as to Form:

________________________________________ City Attorney

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EXHIBIT 1 ANNEXATION MAP

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EXHIBIT 2 PETITION

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ORDINANCE -2020

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AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE ANNEXATION OF PROPERTY OWNED BY THE RIVER OF LIFE ROMANIAN CHURCH, AND LOCATED AT 405 LAUREL DRIVE (TAX MAP PARCEL:

M012.04-01-018.04) BY ONE HUNDRED PERCENT PETITION METHOD; AND TO ESTABLISH A ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF R-M, RESIDENTIAL, FOR SAID PROPERTY
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WHEREAS, the River of Life Romanian Church is the sole owner of record title of a parcel of real property containing 5 acres, more or less, located

at 405 Laurel Drive, which property is contiguous to the City of Mauldin and is more particularly illustrated in Exhibit 1 attached hereto; and,
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WHEREAS, an Annexation Petition, attached hereto as Exhibit 2, has been filed with the City of Mauldin by the River of Life Romanian Church,

requesting that the aforementioned property be annexed into the City of Mauldin; and,
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WHEREAS, the property to be annexed is contiguous to the City of Mauldin, and is more particularly depicted in Exhibit 1 attached hereto; and,

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WHEREAS, the River of Life Romanian Church constitutes one hundred (100 ) percent of freeholders owning one hundred (100 ) of the real property

depicted in Exhibit 1 attached hereto; and,
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WHEREAS, the proposed zoning of R-M, Residential, is appropriate for this tract at this location; and,

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WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council conclude that the annexation is in the best interest of the property owner and the City;

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NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Mayor and Council of the City of Mauldin that:

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1. ANNEXATION: The real property owned by the River of Life Romanian Church, and more particularly depicted in the map attached hereto marked as

Exhibit 1, is hereby annexed into the corporate city limits of the City of Mauldin effective immediately upon second reading of this ordinance.
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2. ANNEXATION OF A PORTION OF ADJACENT RIGHTS-OF-WAY: All of that portion of Laurel Drive along the edge of and adjoined to the annexed property

shown on the attached Exhibit to the centerline of the afore-mentioned rights-of-way is also hereby annexed into the corporate limits of the City of Mauldin effective immediately upon second reading of this ordinance.
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3. ZONING ASSIGNMENT: The above referenced property is hereby zoned R-M, Residential, as depicted in Exhibit C of the attached Petition contained in

Exhibit 2.
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____________________________________ Terry Merritt, Mayor

ATTEST:

________________________________________ Cindy Miller, Municipal Clerk

First Reading: _________________________

Second Reading: ______________________

Approved as to Form:

________________________________________ City Attorney

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EXHIBIT 1 ANNEXATION MAP

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EXHIBIT 2 PETITION

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ORDINANCE -2020

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AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE ANNEXATION OF PROPERTY OWNED BY JUAN MARTIN AND BEATRIZ RIVERA, AND LOCATED AT 403 LAUREL DRIVE (TAX MAP PARCEL:

M012.04-01-018.05) BY ONE HUNDRED PERCENT PETITION METHOD; AND TO ESTABLISH A ZONING CLASSIFICATION OF R-M, RESIDENTIAL, FOR SAID PROPERTY
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WHEREAS, Juan Martin and Beatriz Rivera are the sole owners of record title of a parcel of real property containing 2.9 acres, more or less, located

at 403 Laurel Drive, which property is contiguous to the City of Mauldin and is more particularly illustrated in Exhibit 1 attached hereto; and,
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WHEREAS, an Annexation Petition, attached hereto as Exhibit 2, has been filed with the City of Mauldin by Juan Martin and Beatriz Rivera, requesting

that the aforementioned property be annexed into the City of Mauldin; and,
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WHEREAS, the property to be annexed is contiguous to the City of Mauldin, and is more particularly depicted in Exhibit 1 attached hereto; and,

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WHEREAS, Juan Martin and Beatriz Rivera constitute one hundred (100 ) percent of freeholders owning one hundred (100 ) of the real property depicted

in Exhibit 1 attached hereto; and,
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WHEREAS, the proposed zoning of R-M, Residential, is appropriate for this tract at this location; and,

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WHEREAS, the Mayor and Council conclude that the annexation is in the best interest of the property owner and the City;

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NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Mayor and Council of the City of Mauldin that:

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1. ANNEXATION: The real property owned by Juan Martin and Beatriz Rivera, and more particularly depicted in the map attached hereto marked as Exhibit

1, is hereby annexed into the corporate city limits of the City of Mauldin effective immediately upon second reading of this ordinance.
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2. ANNEXATION OF A PORTION OF ADJACENT RIGHTS-OF-WAY: All of that portion of Laurel Drive along the edge of and adjoined to the annexed property

shown on the attached Exhibit to the centerline of the afore-mentioned rights-of-way is also hereby annexed into the corporate limits of the City of Mauldin effective immediately upon second reading of this ordinance.
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3. ZONING ASSIGNMENT: The above referenced property is hereby zoned R-M, Residential, as depicted in Exhibit C of the attached Petition contained in

Exhibit 2.
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____________________________________ Terry Merritt, Mayor

ATTEST:

________________________________________ Cindy Miller, Municipal Clerk

First Reading: _________________________

Second Reading: ______________________

Approved as to Form:

________________________________________ City Attorney

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EXHIBIT 1 ANNEXATION MAP

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City Council AGENDA ITEM MEETING DATE: February 17, 2020

AGENDA ITEM: 7b

TO: City Council

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FROM: Community Development Director Van Broad

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SUBJECT: Discussion of Potential Moratorium on Types of Discount Stores

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REQUEST

Council is requested to consider a potential moratorium on types of discount stores and provide direction to staff.

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HISTORY/BACKGROUND

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Within a two-mile radius of City Hall, there are a number of discount stores. A potential moratorium on types of discount stores can allow staff time

to review the City zoning ordinance and land use codes and present recommended amendments to address the potential saturation of discount stores within the City.
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ANALYSIS or STAFF FINDINGS

Concerns from residents and members of Council have been received regarding the number of discount stores located within the City. Some of the

concerns related to discount stores include, but are not limited to the following:
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