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File #: ID 20-0165    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 1/29/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 2/18/2020 Final action: 2/18/2020
Title: Public Hearing for an Ordinance Amending the Future Land Use Map of the Greensboro Connections 2025 Future Land Use Plan for Property at 389 Fairystone Drive
Attachments: 1. CP19-05_389FairystoneDrMap.pdf, 2. August Planning Board Minutes, 3. CP 19-05 389 Fairystone Dr - City Council Public Hearing Notice.pdf, 4. 20-0165 ORD Fairystone Dr - GFLUM Amend.pdf
Related files: ID 20-0108
Title
Public Hearing for an Ordinance Amending the Future Land Use Map of the Greensboro Connections 2025 Future Land Use Plan for Property at 389 Fairystone Drive
Body
Department: Planning
Council District: 1

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

Contact 1 and Phone: Sue Schwartz, FAICP, 336-373-2149
Contact 2 and Phone: Jeff Sovich, AICP, 336-433-7264

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 389 Fairystone Drive.

BACKGROUND:
A request has been made for an annexation and original zoning for property at 389 Fairystone Drive. The requested zoning is not consistent with the current Moderate Residential and Industrial /Corporate Park 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:
Moderate Residential (5-12 d.u./acre): This category accommodates housing types ranging from small-lot, single-family detached and attached single-family dwellings such as townhomes to moderate density, low-rise apartment dwellings.

And

Industrial/Corporate Park: This designation applies to areas where present or anticipated uses include both light and heavy industrial uses, such as manufacturing, assembly, and fabrication; wholesaling and distribution; and corporate office and technology parks, which may be introduced to replace older heavy industrial uses. Although new residential development is discouraged in areas designated for this land use category, pre-existing residential uses may be present in or adjacent to these areas. As established industrial areas redevelop, such residential, institutional, or similar uses should be protected from adverse impacts (heavy truck traffic, significant outside storage, factors such as noise, dust, and glare, etc.) t...

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