Approved - 7 to 0.

On Over Horizon rezone

Case: RZN-2022-272
Consider a request by On the Horizon LLC and Over the Horizon LLC to rezone 17.4 acres from an expired PD (Planned Development) zone district to a C-1 (Light Commercial) zone district.
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Staff Report ( 0.13 MB )
Neighborhood Meeting Documentation ( 2.45 MB )
Application Packet ( 3.29 MB )
Draft Ordinance ( 0.09 MB )
Maps and Locations ( 0.69 MB )
Decision Making Criteria
Per Section 21.01.140 of the Zoning and Development Code, the Planning Commission and City Council shall base their decisions in consideration of the extent to which the applicant demonstrates the following criteria have been met:
(1)    Subsequent events have invalidated the original premises and findings; and/or
(2)    The character and/or condition of the area has changed such that the amendment is consistent with the Plan; and/or
(3)    Public and community facilities are adequate to serve the type and scope of land use proposed; and/or
(4)    An inadequate supply of suitably designated land is available in the community, as defined by the presiding body, to accommodate the proposed land use; and/or
(5)    The community or area, as defined by the presiding body, will derive benefits from the proposed amendment.

Comments & Feedback

Comments
 
This case is closed, online commenting is no longer available.
Online comments closed at 5:30 PM MDT 7/11/22.
As a resident adjacent to the proposed development, I still have concerns about the wetland spillway that flows through the area. It supports wildlife in the area and we were told when we bought our home that it would remain. I wondered about the airspace restrictions and height of possible buildings also, as it's near to the airport. I also wonder about what defines "light commercial," specifically how this will affect noise and quality of residents behind the property. Finally, a concern several neighbors have expressed is how it will affect the traffic level along 27 1/2 road, with the blind curve there, as well as the ease those of us along Cortland have for crossing the intersection. Kim Morelli / 1650 Cortland Court
July 11, 2022, 11:32 AM
Kimberly Morelli
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