Applicant Presentation: Robbie Robison, P.O. Box 896, stated he represents the developer. He agrees with everything stated by Mr. Tate and the
development is the exact same as the Enclave apartments. He said the buildings are vacant and they gave the churches notice back in October and vacated February 1st. He will be glad to answer any questions.
1. The development standards within the applicant s narrative, concept plan and architectural renderings shall be made part of the zoning ordinance,
and shall be subject to the Community Economic Development Director approval. Any zoning conditions adopted as part of this zoning ordinance that conflict with the applicant s narrative, concept plan and architectural renderings shall take precedence over the applicant s development standards.
Motion made by Board Member White Motion seconded by Board Member Delgado Vote 6 favor, 1 absent (Thompson)
B. Special Use Request
1) Request from Palmetto Capital Group for a special use on a 0.84 acre tract located southwest of the intersection of Dawsonville Highway and Pearl
Nix Parkway, across from Lakeshore Drive (a/k/a 150 Pearl Nix Parkway, SW), having a zoning of Regional Business (R-B). Ward Number: Five Tax Parcel Number(s): 01-119-003-041A (Part) Request: Automotive Care Center
2. Prohibited uses for the subject property shall include extended stay hotels, motels/hotels with rooms accessed from the exterior of the building,
adult novelty stores, group homes, crisis centers, adult entertainment centers, pawn shops, dollar-type stores, massage parlors, hookah lounge, tobacco or vaping stores, gas station/convenience stores, auto body shops, automobile sales establishments, marine sales or repair stores, automated or non-automated car washes, truck stops, coin-laundry facilities, tattoo parlors, psychics, fortune tellers, clairvoyants and the like.
4. All access point design for the subject property shall require review and approval by the Gainesville Public Works Department Director and shall
be limited to the existing interior driveway within the Lakeshore Mall property. All required access/traffic/sidewalk improvements associated with the proposed development shall be at the full expense of the developer/property owner.
There was a motion to adjourn the meeting at 5:48 p.m.
Motion made by Board Member Martin Motion seconded by Board Member White Vote 6 favor, 1 absent (Thompson)
Doug Carter, Chairman
Gwen Fleming, Recording Secretary
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CITY OF GAINESVILLE
AGENDAREQUEST Date Submitted: 2/18/2020
Presenter: Matt Tate
Item of Business: Request from Eric Aguirre to vary the rear yard setback and the impervious area requirements on a 0.26 acre tract located on the
west side of Central Avenue, south of Myrtle Street (a/k/a 652 Central Avenue, SW), having a zoning of Residential-II (R-II). Ward Number: Four Tax Parcel Number(s): 01-125-004-011 Request: Detached shed
Purpose of Request: The applicant is proposing to vary the rear yard setback from 10-feet to 3-feet for an existing detached shed and to vary the
maximum impervious area requirement from 60 to 70 . The property consists of a single-family home and a detached shed that has been expanded upon over the past 15 to 20 years. The property owner is basing the hardship on the small size of the lot and states they were unaware there was a setback and impervious area requirement when the property was originally purchased and the shed was expanded. The adjacent properties are zoned Residential-II (R-II) and include mostly single-family homes and a residential duplex.