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File #: ID 20-0164    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Postponed
File created: 1/29/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 2/18/2020 Final action:
Title: Public Hearing for an Ordinance Amending the Future Land Use Map of the Greensboro Connections 2025 Future Land Use Plan for Property at 4100, 4108, and 4110 Lawndale Drive and 4201 Lake Jeanette Road.
Attachments: 1. CP-19-08_LakeJeanetteLawndaleMap.pdf, 2. 12 PB 2019 December Minutes.pdf, 3. CP 19-08 4100-4110 Lawndale & 4201 Lake Jeanette - City Council Public Hearing Notice.pdf, 4. 20-0164 ORD Lawndale & Lake Jeanette GFLUM.pdf
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Title
Public Hearing for an Ordinance Amending the Future Land Use Map of the Greensboro Connections 2025 Future Land Use Plan for Property at 4100, 4108, and 4110 Lawndale Drive and 4201 Lake Jeanette Road.
Body
Department: Planning
Council District: 3

Public Hearing: Yes
Advertising Date/By: February 6 and 13/City Clerk

Contact 1 and Phone: Sue Schwartz, 373-2149
Contact 2 and Phone: Jeff Sovich, 433-7264

PURPOSE:
To conduct a public hearing and consider an amendment to the Generalized Future Land Use Map of Connections 2025, Greensboro's Comprehensive Plan for property located at 4100, 4108, and 4110 Lawndale Drive and 4201 Lake Jeanette Road.

BACKGROUND:
A request has been made for a rezoning for property at 4100, 4108, and 4110 Lawndale Drive and 4201 Lake Jeanette Road. The requested zoning is not consistent with the current Low Residential future land-use category. The requested rezoning requires an amendment to the Comprehensive Plan's Generalized Future Land Use Map (GFLUM) to be approved.

The current and proposed land uses are:

Current:

Low Residential (3-5 d.u./acre): This category includes the City's predominantly single-family neighborhoods as well as other compatible housing types that can be accommodated within this density range. Although there are some existing residential areas in the City developed on lots greater than 1/3 acre, future residential developments and "conventional" subdivisions should generally maintain a gross density of no less than three dwellings per acre, except where environmental constraints (e.g., the Watershed Critical Area) prevent such densities from being achieved. Compact developments that include clustered, small lots with substantial retained open space are encouraged.

Proposed:

Commercial: This designation applies to large concentrations of commercial uses, such as recently constructed major shopping centers and "big box" retail. Such properties may not be expected to undergo redevelopment or a cha...

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