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File #: ID 20-0333    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 4/24/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 5/19/2020 Final action: 5/19/2020
Title: Public Hearing for an Ordinance Amending the Future Land Use Map of the Greensboro Connections 2025 Future Land Use Plan for Property at 1812, 1814, and 1818 Youngs Mill Road and 3921 Presbyterian Road
Attachments: 1. YM & Presb Rd_GFLUM Close.pdf, 2. City Council Public Hearing Notice.pdf, 3. City Council GFLUM Amendment Mailing.pdf, 4. 20-0333 ORD YM & Presby Rd_GFLUM Amend.pdf
Title
Public Hearing for an Ordinance Amending the Future Land Use Map of the Greensboro Connections 2025 Future Land Use Plan for Property at 1812, 1814, and 1818 Youngs Mill Road and 3921 Presbyterian Road

Body
Department: Planning
Council District: 1

Public Hearing: Yes
Advertising Date/By: May 7 and May 14/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 1812, 1814, and 1818 Youngs Mill Road and 3921 Presbyterian Road.

BACKGROUND:
A request has been made for an annexation and an original zoning for property at 1812, 1814, and 1818 Youngs Mill Road and 3921 Presbyterian Road. The requested zoning is to a zoning district that does not fit the definitions of the future land-use categories currently designated for the area on the Comprehensive Plan's Generalized Future Land Use Map (GFLUM) which are Mixed Use Commercial, Moderate Residential, and Interim Residential. The requested zoning requires a public hearing and an amendment to the GFLUM to be approved.

The current and proposed land uses are:

Current
Mixed Use Commercial: This designation is intended to promote a mix of uses, of which various commercial uses remain predominant, but where residential, service, and other uses are complementary. Where applied to older highway corridors characterized by "strip" commercial uses, the intent is to encourage infill and redevelopment for a more diverse and attractive mix of uses over time. Examples include residential units over commercial uses or a wider array of economically viable uses to replace obsolete uses. Such areas also may represent opportunities for the introduction of substantial higher density and/or mixed-income housing, with negligible impacts on, or resistance from, nearby single-family neighborhoods. Ensuring that...

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