SC - Lancaster: Regular Meeting

Issues discussed this meeting include:

When and Where is the Next Meeting?

Regular Meeting

Planning Commission Members District 1: Rosa Sansbury District 2: Vedia Hatfield District 3: Charles Deese, Chair District 4: James Barnett,

Vice-Chair District 5: Tommy Dabney District 6: Sheila Hinson District 7: Ben Levine
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County Attorney John K. DuBose III

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Clerk to Planning Commission

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Development Services Director

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Rox Burhans

March 17, 2020 6:00 PM 101 North Main StreetLancaster, SC 29720

LANCASTER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION County Council Chambers, County Administration Building, 101 N Main Street, Lancaster, SC 29720

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AGENDA

1. Call to Order Regular Meeting and Roll Call Vote - Chairman Deese

2. Citizen's Comments

3. Approve Minutes

a. February 18, 2020 Regular Meeting

b. March 5, 2020 Workshop

4. Public Items

a. RZ-020-0252 James Shute Request to rezone two acre parcel located at 9895 Calvin Hall Road (TM 0005-00-084.00). The property is currently zoned

Medium Density Residential (MDR) and the applicant is requesting Professional Business (PB) District. [Public Hearing]
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b. UDO-TA-2020-0308 Carolina Thread Trail Request to amend Unified Development Ordinance Section 4.3, Carolina Thread Trail Overlay District, to

modify requirements and development standards of the Carolina Thread Trail. [Public Hearing]
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c. UDO-TA-2020-0309 Home Occupation Amend the Unified Development Ordinance Chapter 5.4 to replace the existing provisions for Home Occupations with

new provisions concerning Major and Minor Home Occupations; to amend Chapter 7.2.4 modify parking requirements for home occupations; and to amend Chapter 10 to provide for appropriate definitions. [Public Hearing]
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d. UDO-TA-2020-0320 Public Notice Amend Unified Development Ordinance Chapter 9.2.4, Public Notification, to provide for updated general notice

requirements. [Public Hearing]
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e. CU-020-0122 Monica Bennett Conditional Use Application to Permit a Non-Franchised Car Dealership.

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[Public Hearing] f. RZ-020-0258 Candis Lettman

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Request to rezone two acre parcel located on Dixie School Road (TM 0070-00-028.01). The property is currently zoned Institutional (INS) and the

applicant is requesting Rural Residential (RR) District. [Public Hearing]
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5. New Business

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a. Overview of next month's Agenda

b. Other

6. Adjourn

*The Planning Commission makes a recommendation to County Council on these items. Recommendations made at this meeting are tentatively scheduled for

consideration by County Council in
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the following month. County Council agendas are posted online at https://lancastersc.novusagenda.com/agendapublic/meetingsresponsive.aspx

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**The Planning Commission makes the final decision on these items.

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Anyone requiring special services to attend this meeting should contact 285-1565 at least 24 hours in

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advance of this meeting. Lancaster County Planning Commission agendas are posted at the Lancaster County Administration Building and are available on

the Website: www.mylancastersc.org
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Agenda Item Summary

Ordinance / Resolution : N/A Contact Person / Sponsor: Katie See Department: Planning Date Requested to be on Agenda: 3/17/2020

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Issue for Consideration: Approval of February 18, 2020 Regular Meeting Minutes

Points to Consider: See attached minutes for consideration

Recommendation: Approve or Amend

ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type February 18, 2020 Regular Minutes 3/10/2020 Exhibit

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MEMBERS OF LANCASTER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION ROSA SANSBURY, DISTRICT 1 VEDIA HATFIELD, DISTRICT 2

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CHARLES DEESE, CHAIRMAN DISTRICT 3 JIM BARNETT, VICE-CHAIRMAN DISTRICT 4

TOMMY DABNEY, DISTRICT 5 SHEILA HINSON, DISTRICT 6

BEN LEVINE, DISTRICT 7

Lancaster County Planning Commission Minutes February 18, 2020 Regular Meeting Page 1

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MINUTES OF THE LANCASTER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION REGULAR MEETING

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FEBRUARY 18, 2020

MINUTES

Members Present: Charles Deese, Jim Barnett, Vedia Hatfield, Tommy Dabney, Sheila Hinson, Rosa Sansbury, Ben Levine. A quorum of Lancaster County

Planning Commission was present for the meeting.
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Others Present: Rox Burhans, Development Services Director; Katie See, Senior Planner; Steve Willis, County Administrator, and John Dubose, County

Attorney
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The following press were notified of the meeting by email in accordance of the Freedom of Information Act: The Lancaster News, Kershaw News Era, The

Rock Hill Herald, The Fort Mill Times, Cable News 2, Channel 9, and the local Government Channel. The agenda was also posted in the lobby of the County Administration Building the required length of time and on the County website.
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Call meeting to order Chairman Deese called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.

Approve Minutes Jim Barnett made a motion to approve the December 5, 2019 Workshop Minutes and Sheila Hinson seconded the motion.

VOTE: UNANIMOUS MOTION CARRIED

Jim Barnett made a motion to approve the December 17, 2019 Regular Minutes and Sheila Hinson seconded the motion.

VOTE: UNANIMOUS MOTION CARRIED

Rosa Sansbury made a motion to approve the January 2, 2020 Workshop Minutes and Sheila Hinson seconded the motion.

VOTE: UNANIMOUS MOTION CARRIED

Jim Barnett made a motion to approve the January 21, 2020 Regular Minutes and Ben Levine seconded the motion.

VOTE: UNANIMOUS MOTION CARRIED

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Citizen Comments Steve Willis/County Administrator Mr. Willis provided an overview of an upcoming change with the timing of the County Council public

hearings for zoning matters. The Council will hold the public hearing at 1st ordinance reading versus the customary 2nd ordinance reading. Mr. Willis stated that County Council does not typically have many public comments on these items and this will enable them to process cases more efficiently. Mr. Burhans, Development Services Director added that a UDO text amendment would be needed to address the mailed notifications.
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Public Hearing

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SD-019-1338 Major Preliminary Subdivision Plat Somerset Townhomes TM : 0010-00-005.00 Zoning District: PDD 21, Ansley Park; also Highway Corridor

Overlay District and Heelsplitter Overlay District Applicant: Mattamy Homes
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Katie See/Senior Planner: She provided an overview of the proposed Somerset Townhome Major Preliminary Plat as consistent with the Staff Report. The

plat proposes 110 townhomes on 29.730 acres. The property is located east of Highway 521 and north of Possum Hollow Road.
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Staff recommended approval with the condition that the applicant address the outstanding TRC/Evolve comments.

Planning Commission Discussion Mr. Deese/Planning Commission: He asked for clarification regarding the connectivity index as it was too small to

read. He indicated that the requirement for street and block length needed be checked, as well as the cul-de-sac minimum and maximum.
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Ms. See read the connectivity index from the plan and stated that the required connectivity ratio was 1.3 and they provided 2.2.

Mr. Levine/Planning Commission: He asked if the owner is required to submit the application.

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Matt Mandle/ESP: He stated that an adjoiner document was included with the application which provides Mattamy Homes with authority to act on behalf

of the owner.

Ms. Leigh Polzella/Mattamy Homes: She said they are ready to move forward with the project. The townhomes will have one and two car garages and a

minimum of three bedrooms.

Mr. Levine/Planning Commission: Asked about the mixed-use property to the north and whether there will be joint access.

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Ms. Polzella said the commercial component will provide a tie-in to the northern property when it develops.

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Ms. Sansbury/Planning Commission: Asked for clarification on a second access since there were so many lots. Staff clarified that the previous UDO

permitted up to 150 units to be permitted with only one access.
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Ms. See clarified that the TIA studied one entrance with a stub-out to the Six Mile Creek apartments from the commercial section in the front.

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Ms. Sansbury asked about tree protection shown on the preliminary plat. Mr. Mandle stated that it will be shown on the civil plans.

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Chairman Deese asked if there were any questions for staff.

Chairman Deese asked if the applicant had any comments to provide.

Chairman Deese opened the public hearing on the matter, no one signed up to speak so public hearing was closed.

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Chairman Deese asked for a motion.

Mr. Levine made a motion to approve and Mr. Barnett seconded the motion.

Chairman Deese asked for any discussion.

Mr. Levine made a motion to amend his motion in order to include staff s recommendation that the applicant address the outstanding TRC/Evolve

comments and Mr. Barnett seconded the motion.

Chairman Deese asked for a roll call vote.

VOTE: 7 AFFIRMATIVE 0 NEGATIVE MOTION CARRIED

Chairman Deese stated that the motion to approve was recommended for approval by a vote of 7-0.

New Business: Overview of March Agenda Rox Burhans/Development Services Director

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Mr. Burhans stated the upcoming agendas are shaping up to be busier than the last few. The March items are as follows:

o Home occupation text amendment, Carolina Thread Trail text amendment and public hearing notification text amendment,

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o One rezoning request for a mobile home, and o One conditional use request for a car lot

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Mr. Levine asked who the applicant was for the Carolina Thread Trail text amendment. Mr. Burhans informed him that Mr. Willis submitted the

application.
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By-Pass Road Naming Rox Burhans/Development Services Director

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Mr. Burhans informed them that Steve Willis and the Lancaster City Administrator are working to finalize the discussion for the new name.

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Comprehensive Plan Amendment Rox Burhans/Development Services Director Mr. Burhans informed the Commission that staff will prepare the modest update

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to the existing Comprehensive Plan rather than the COG. The updates will only involve some data in the Plan. It should come before the Commission in

April.
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Mr. Burhans stated that a complete update of the Comprehensive Plan will kick off in Fiscal Year 2020 if funding is approved by County Council.

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Unified Development Ordinance Rox Burhans/Development Services Director Mr. Burhans stated that it is time to do a strategic update to the UDO. Staff

will
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find a consultant to help with the update. After the UDO is updated, the Comprehensive Plan will be updated to ensure the revised UDO is consistent

with the Comprehensive Plan.
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Southern Panhandle Small Area Plan Update Katie See/Senior Planner Ms. See stated that staff has received elements of the document and a draft

recommended land use map which staff provided comments on and sent back to the COG. She said the revised documents have not been submitted back to

County Staff and she did not know when they may be received.

Discussion: Traffic in Indian Land Mr. Dabney/Planning Commission: Asked if the SCDOT is looking at the traffic situation in Indian Land

(particularly US Highway 521). He said if they do not act on making improvements, the County needs to do something.
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Mr. Deese/Planning Commission: Stated that some space may be available in the median and right-of-way for improvements.

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Ms. Sansbury/Planning Commission: She spoke with the SCDOT and improvements to US 521 are 10 years down the road.

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Mr. Burhans/ Development Services Director: Pointed out that the NCDOT is prioritizing the widening of US 521 to 485 and that RFATS will be studying

US 521 with the Long Range Transportation Plan update.
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Mr. Barnett made a motion to adjourn the meeting, seconded by Mr. Dabney.

VOTE: UNANIMOUS MOTION CARRIED

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned.

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Respectfully Submitted,

Katie See Senior Planner

Approved by Planning Commission on March 17, 2020

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Agenda Item Summary

Ordinance / Resolution : N/A Contact Person / Sponsor: Katie See Department: Planning Date Requested to be on Agenda: 3/17/2020

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Issue for Consideration: Approval of January 2, 2020 Workshop meeting minutes

Points to Consider: See attached minutes for consideration

Recommendation: Approve or Amend

ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type March 5, 2020 Workshop Minutes 3/11/2020 Exhibit

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MEMBERS OF LANCASTER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION CHARLES DEESE, DISTRICT 3, CHAIRMAN

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JAMES BARNETT, DISTRICT 4, VICE-CHAIRMAN VEDIA HATFIELD, DISTRICT 2 TOMMY DABNEY, DISTRICT 5 SHEILA HINSON, DISTRICT 6

ROSA SANSBURY, DISTRICT 1 BEN LEVINE, DISTRICT 7

MINUTES OF THE LANCASTER COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION WORKSHOP MEETING

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March 5, 2020

MINUTES

Members Present: Charles Deese, Jim Barnett, Tommy Dabney, Sheila Hinson, Rosa Sansbury, Ben Levin. A quorum of Lancaster County Planning Commission

was present for the meeting.
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Others Present: Rox Burhans, Planning Director; Katie See, Senior Planner; Steve Willis, County Administrator

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The following press were notified of the meeting by email in accordance of the Freedom of Information Act: news@thelancasternews.com;

newsera@comporium.net; news@fortmilltimes.com; cgnews@thelancasternews.com.
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Charles Deese - Chairman called the meeting to order at 5:00 p.m.

Upcoming Cases: Discussion Only a. RZ-020-0252, James Shute Application by James Shute to rezone a parcel from Medium Density Residential (MDR) to

Professional Business (PB). Mrs. See informed the Commission that the applicant submitted a request to rezone the property to commercial over a year ago and it was denied by County Council. The PB district requested now is a less intense district.
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b. UDO-TA-2020-0308, Carolina Thread Trail Application by Lancaster County Administration to amend Chapter 4, Carolina Thread Trail, to modify

requirements and development standards for the Trail. The amendment would not require the construction of the Trail on properties south of Highway 5, though it would still require applicants to provide an easement. Mr. Burhans informed them that the Trail Advisory Committee voted to recommend to Council that the amendment be disapproved. The Commission discussed their concerns with the amendment, including the impact to southern part of the County, the desire for residents of Roselyn to use the trail and the importance of the Carolina Thread Trail and the amount of public support it has.
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d. UDO-TA-2020-0309, Home Occupation Application by Planning Department to amend Chapter 5 of the UDO, Home Occupations, in order to establish major

and minor home occupation standards. A minor home occupation will only require a permit, while a major home occupation will require a conditional use permit. Mr. Burhans and Mr. Deese gave the Commission some background on the request. The Commission asked where
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major home occupations may be located, to which Mr. Burhans replied in the rural districts, predominately in the southern part of the County.

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e. UDO-TA-2020-0320, Public Notice Application by Planning Department to amend Chapter 9, Public Notification section of UDO, in order to run legal

advertisement for Planning Commission and County Council meetings in the same ad.
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f. CU-020-0122, Monica Bennett Application by Monica Bennett for a small, non- franchised car lot to be located on Flat Rock Road. The existing

building was once used as a store and will need to be brought into compliance with codes.
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g. RZ-020-0258, Candis Lettman Application by Candis Lettman to rezone one parcel from Institutional (INS) to Rural Residential (RR). The parcel had

been owned by a church who has no plans for it. The intent of the applicant is to construct a mobile home on the property.
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Other Katie See/Senior Planner

Mrs. See stated that staff intends on providing snacks rather than a meal for workshop meetings due to the earlier start time. She let them know that

suggestions are welcome.

Rox Burhans/Planning Director Mr. Burhans that David Thomas with the Haile Gold Mine may attend the April

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workshop to give a brief presentation on the Gold Mine operations. Tommy Dabney/Commissioner

Mr. Dabney informed the Commission that the latest edition of the Planning magazine contains a great article about solar panels. He suggested that it

be shared with County Council as well.
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Meeting was adjourned at 5:30p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

Katie See Senior Planner

Approved by Planning Commission on March 17, 2020

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Agenda Item Summary

Ordinance / Resolution : RZ-020-0252 James Shute Contact Person / Sponsor: Katie See/Planning Department: Planning Date Requested to be on Agenda:

3/17/2020
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Issue for Consideration: See attached staff report

Points to Consider: See attached staff report

Recommendation: See attached staff report

ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type Staff Report 3/10/2020 Exhibit Ex 1: Application 3/10/2020 Exhibit Ex 2: Zoning Map 3/10/2020 Exhibit

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Case No. RZ-020-0252 Staff Report to Planning Commission

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Meeting Date: March 17, 2020

PROPOSAL: Request to rezone one parcel 2 acres in size.

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PROPERTY LOCATION: 9895 Calvin Hall Road (TM 0005-00-084.00)

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CURRENT ZONING DISTRICT: Medium Density Residential (MDR)

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PROPOSED ZONING DISTRICT: Professional Business (PB)

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APPLICANT: James R. Shute

COUNCIL DISTRICT: District 7, Brian Carnes

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OVERVIEW:

Background The applicant submitted a request to rezone this property from Medium Density Residential (MDR) District to Neighborhood Business (NB)

District in 2018. The request was recommended for denial by Planning Staff, recommended for approval by the Planning Commission on December 18, 2018, and ultimately denied by County Council on January 28, 2019. Staff believed the requested NB district was too intense for the area due to the predominately residential character.
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9843 Calvin Hall Road was approved to be rezoned from MDR District to Professional Business (PB) District on June 11, 2018. It remains the only PB

District zoned property within the area. The Avondale master planned community, located across the street, will include a commercial component, but it will front Harrisburg Road, while only residential uses will front Calvin Hall Road.
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Compatibility with Surrounding Area The current zoning for the surrounding area is MDR District, PDD 27 (Avondale), and PB District. Existing zoning

for the subject property as well as surrounding properties can be seen in Attachment 3. The area is predominantly single-family residential with the exception of one parcel zoned PB District, which is located less than 200 south of the subject property. The Two Capital apartment complex is located approximately a quarter mile south of the subject property and is zoned Mixed-Use. See table below for adjacent property zoning and use comparison.
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Site Information The property is currently improved by a single-family residence.

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Summary of Surrounding Zoning and Uses Surrounding Property Municipality Zoning District Use

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North Lancaster County MDR Single-Family Residential South Lancaster County MDR Single-Family Residential East Lancaster County PDD 27 Vacant West

Lancaster County MDR Single-Family Residential

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Case No. RZ-020-0252 Staff Report to Planning Commission

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Meeting Date: March 17, 2020

Recent Rezonings in Surrounding Area Case Description Date Outcome

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RZ-018-020 Request to Rezone 1 Parcel from MDR to PB 6-11-18 Approved RZ-018-048 Request to Rezone 1 Parcel from MDR to NB

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Previous Request for Same Property, 9895 Calvin Hall Road

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1-28-19 Denied

PHOTOS OF PROJECT AREA:

ANALYSIS FINDINGS:

The property to be rezoned is currently zoned MDR District (see UDO section 2.3). The MDR District is established to maintain previously developed or

approved single-family residential subdivisions and their related recreational, religious, and educational facilities at a density of 2.5 dwelling units per acre. Intended to act as a transitional zoning district between rural and urban development, these regulations
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Looking directly across Calvin Hall Road

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Looking directly at 9895 Calvin Hall Road

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Looking north along Calvin Hall Road

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Looking south along Calvin Hall Road

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Case No. RZ-020-0252 Staff Report to Planning Commission

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Meeting Date: March 17, 2020

are further intended to discourage any use which would be detrimental to the predominately residential nature of the areas included within the

district.

The requested PB District is generally located adjacent to neighborhoods and provides opportunities for the provision of office and professional

services that do not adversely impact the surrounding communities.
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COMPREHENSIVE PLAN CONSISTENCY CONCLUSION

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The future land use designation of this property is the Place Type known as Neighborhood Mixed-Use, which, according to the 2024 Comprehensive Plan

is synonymous to the Community Type Walkable Neighborhood . The Comp Plan states that this Community Type has very specific characteristics that set it apart from most other Place Types by virtue of its deliberately structured mix of dwelling types in a development context that often operates through the separation of uses, densities and/or land value. This Place Type and Community Type have their roots in the traditional character of American communities during the early part of the 20th century, and has been revived in recent decades as a relevant option for future development.
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The requested PB District is consistent with the Neighborhood Mixed Use future land use category. However, the main characteristic of this area is

single-family residential with an apartment complex. The previously rezoned PB District property continues to remain in use as a single-family residence.
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STAFF RECOMMENDATION:

Staff recommends denial of this rezoning request.

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ATTACHMENTS:

1. Rezoning Application 2. Location Map/ Zoning Map

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STAFF CONTACT: Katie See, AICP Senior Planner ksee@lancastersc.net 803-416-9395

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