Planning Commission Packet
Thursday, December 6, 2018 - 6:00pm
City Council Chambers
City Hall 1st Floor - 200 Lincoln Avenue
A. ROLL CALL
B. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
C. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
D. APPROVAL OF MINUTES AND FINDINGS/CONCLUSIONS:
MINUTES: November 1, 2018 Item Da
Case #2018-89. Piazza Fiorina Final Subdivision. Item Db
Case #2018-92. 5670 Rufina Street Final Subdivision (Rael Final Subdivision). Item Dc
Case #2018-90. Capitol Flats Development Plan. Item Dd
E. OLD BUSINESS
F. NEW BUSINESS
1. Case #2018-95. 801 Vista Catedral Escarpment Variance. Michael Bodelson, Agent for Vann Mabee, Owner, requests approval of a variance to Subsection 14-5.6(D)(1) to allow up to a five foot high coyote fence within the Ridgetop Subdistrict of the Escarpment Overlay District. The property is approximately 1.34 acres and is zoned R-2 (Residential – two dwelling units per acre) and is within the Historic Districts Overlay Zone. (Donna Wynant, AICP, Case Manager, [bot protected email address], 955-6325) (TO BE POSTPONED TO JANUARY 3, 2019)
2. Case #2018-97. 4327 and 4323 Airport Road Rezoning. Liaison Planning Services Inc., Agent, for Rudy and Julie Rodriguez, Owners, request a rezoning from R-1 (Residential – one dwelling unit per acre) to C-1 (General Office). The rezoning request is to rezone 0.32+/- acres of 4323 Airport Road by adjusting the C-1 Zoned District located at 4327 Airport Road to incorporate the 0.32+/- acres. The property located at 4323 Airport Road is approximately 10.66+/- acres and if approved an administrative Lot Line Adjustment will be done to consolidate the 0.32+/- acres and create a new zoning boundary line along the new property line between 4327 and 4323 Airport Road. Both properties are located within the Southwest area Master Plan, Airport Road Overlay District and Suburban Archaeological Review District. (Dan Esquibel, Case Manager, [bot protected email address], 955-6587) (TO BE POSTPONED TO JANUARY 3, 2019) Item F2
3. Case #2018-98. La Secoya de El Castillo Development Plan. JenkinsGavin Inc., Agent, representing Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Owner, and El Castillo, Applicant, requests approval of a Development Plan to build a 68 unit senior independent living community on approximately 2.52 acres. The property is located at 401 Old Taos Highway, is zoned R-29 (Residential – twenty nine dwelling units per acre), and is located within the Downtown and Eastside Historic District. (Lee Logston, Case Manager, [bot protected email address], 955-6136) Item F3 Exhibits
4. Case #2018-57. Estancias del Norte Final Subdivision Plat. James Siebert & Associates, Inc, Agent, for HPR Properties, LLC, Owner, requests approval of a final subdivision plat for 49 lots on approximately 40.47 acres. The property (Tract 2) is located at 702 Hyde Park Road and zoned PRC (Planned Residential Community). Portions of the property are located in the Escarpment Overlay District. (Donna Wynant, AICP, Case Manager, [bot protected email address], 955-6325) Item F4 Exhibits Part 1 Exhibits Part 2
5. Case #2018-82. 1616 Agua Fria Rezone and Development Plan. James Siebert and Associates, Agent, for Dos Acequias, LLC, Owner, requests a rezoning from R-5 (Residential- five dwelling units per acre) to R-7 (Residential- seven dwelling units per acre) and a Development Plan approval. The application includes a property located at 1616 Agua Fria Street and two adjoining parcels (2.686 acres and 7.4 acres) with unassigned addresses, totaling approximately 12.35 acres. (Lee Logston, Case Manager, [bot protected email address], 955-6136) (POSTPONED FROM NOVEMBER 1, 2018) (TO BE POSTPONED TO JANUARY 3, 2019)
6. Case #2018-83. 1616 Agua Fria Preliminary Subdivision. James Siebert and Associates, Agent, for Dos Acequias, LLC, Owner, requests approval of a Preliminary Subdivision Plat for 80 single-family lots. The property is zoned R-5 (Residential- five dwelling units per acre). The application includes a property located at 1616 Agua Fria Street and two adjoining parcels (2.686 acres and 7.4 acres) with unassigned addresses, totaling approximately 12.35 acres. (Lee Logston, Case Manager, [bot protected email address], 955-6136) (POSTPONED FROM NOVEMBER 1, 2018) (TO BE POSTPONED TO JANUARY 3, 2019)
G. STAFF COMMUNICATIONS
H. MATTERS FROM THE COMMISSION
1) Procedures in front of the Planning Commission are governed by the City of Santa Fe Rules & Procedures for City Committees, adopted by resolution of the Governing Body of the City of Santa Fe, as the same may be amended from time to time (Committee Rules), and by Roberts Rules of Order (Roberts Rules). In the event of a conflict between the Committee Rules and Roberts Rules, the Committee Rules control.
2) New Mexico law requires the following administrative procedures to be followed by zoning boards conducting “quasi-judicial” hearings. By law, any contact of Planning Commission members by applicants, interested parties or the general public concerning any development review application pending before the Commission, except by public testimony at Planning Commission meetings, is generally prohibited. In “quasi-judicial” hearings before zoning boards, all witnesses must be sworn in, under oath, prior to testimony and will be subject to reasonable cross examination. Witnesses have the right to have an attorney present at the hearing.
3) The agenda is subject to change at the discretion of the Planning Commission.
*Persons with disabilities in need of special accommodations or the hearing impaired needing an interpreter please contact the City Clerk’s Office (955-6520) 5 days prior to the hearing date.
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