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File #: ID 19-0403    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 5/28/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 6/18/2019 Final action: 6/18/2019
Title: Ordinance for Original Zoning at 4005 Neuse Court - Dana and Gregory Clark
Attachments: 1. PLZ19-22-4005NeuseCt-Zoning.pdf, 2. PLZ19-22-4005NeuseCt-Aerial.pdf, 3. PLZ19-22-4005NeuseCt-GFLUM.pdf, 4. zoning staff report for PLZ 19-22 (4005 Neuse Ct).pdf, 5. Zoning Minutes for PL(Z) 19-22 (4005 Neuse Ct).pdf, 6. zoning statement for PL(Z) 19-22 (4005 Neuse Ct).pdf, 7. 19-0403 ord 4005 Neuse Ct).pdf

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Ordinance for Original Zoning at 4005 Neuse Court - Dana and Gregory Clark



Department: Planning

Council District: Proximate to District 5


Public Hearing: June 18, 2019

Advertising Date/By: June 6 and 13, 2019/City Clerk


Contact 1 and Phone:                     Sue Schwartz                     373-2149

Contact 2 and Phone:                     Mike Kirkman                     373-4649



Dana and Gregory Clark are requesting original zoning from County RS-20-SP (Residential Single Family Special Permit) to City R-3 (Residential Single Family - 3) for 4005 Neuse Court, generally described as south of Gaston Road and east of Neuse Court.


As this request is associated with a voluntary annexation petition, the City Council will conduct a public hearing to consider and take action on this request at its June 18, 2019 meeting.



Following a public hearing on May 20, 2019, the Zoning Commission voted 7-0 to recommend approval of this request.  There was one speaker in favor and none in opposition.  (See minutes of the May 20, 2019 Zoning Commission meeting).  This request is associated with a voluntary annexation petition in order to access City sewer for an existing residential dwelling.



This item will have no budget impact.



The Zoning Commission recommended approval of this request 7-0.


Planning recommends approval of the R-3 zoning request based on:


                     Request is consistent with the Growth at the Fringe goal to promote sound, sustainable land use patterns that provide for the efficient provision of public services and facilities.

Request is consistent with the Housing and Neighborhoods goal to Meet the needs of present and future Greensboro citizens for a choice of decent, affordable housing in stable, livable neighborhoods that offer security, quality of life, and the necessary array of services and facilities