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File #: Ordinance 22-2021    Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 8/24/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 11/9/2021 Final action: 11/9/2021
Title: Ordinance 22-2021: An ordinance on second reading approving the fourth amendment to the Newton property General Planned Development Plan (Aspen Grove) - Continued from October 5, 2021
Attachments: 1. 1. Ordinance No. 22-2021, 2. 2. Exhibit A Legal Description, 3. 3. Exhibit B Plan, 4. 4. PC Resolution No. 05-2021_FINAL, 5. 5. Staff Report, 6. 6. Applicant's Letter of Intent, 7. 7. Applicant's Analysis, 8. 8. Neighborhood Meeting Notes, 9. 9. Citizen Comments, 10. 10. South Suburban Referral Response, 11. 11. Presentation_Ord. 22-2021
Agenda Date: 11/09/2021

Subject:
Title
Ordinance 22-2021: An ordinance on second reading approving the fourth amendment to the Newton property General Planned Development Plan (Aspen Grove) - Continued from October 5, 2021
Body

Prepared by:
Mike Sutherland, Deputy Director of Community Development

PURPOSE:
Final decisions on the approval of planned development (PD) amendments are made by the city council. After gathering information through the public hearing process, the council must judge the proposal and base its decision on whether the proposal meets the following six criteria:

* Encourages more creative and effective use of land and public or private services, and to accommodate changes in land development technology so that the resulting economies benefit the community.
* Encourages innovation and efficiency in residential development to meet the growing demands for housing of all types and designs for persons of any social or economic status.
* Encourages innovative development or redevelopment of all land uses to meet the contemporary needs of the community by providing for a greater variety and mix of uses including those which may coexist on the same parcel or within the same building as shown on an approved general PD plan.
* Provides a process which relates the design and development of a site to the particular characteristics of the site.
* Requires that the nature and intensity of development be supported by adequate utilities, transportation network, drainage systems and open space to serve the development, and minimizes impacts on adjacent existing and future development.
* Encourages development that is consistent with the policies and guidelines established in the adopted comprehensive plan for the area and for the city.

PRESENTATIONS:
Staff Presenter: Mike Sutherland, Deputy Director, Community Development
Additional Presenters: Colby Young, Vice President of Asset Management, Gerrity Group (Owner)
Jessica Alizadeh, Director, Fair...

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