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File #: 19-1455    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Conference Session Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 10/2/2019 In control: Town Council Conference Session
On agenda: 10/9/2019 Final action:
Title: Discuss Draft Amendments to Maple Avenue Commercial (MAC) Zone and Other Commercial Zoning Districts along with Related Amendments per Town Council Directive
Attachments: 1. MAC Zoning Map - Proposed Option 1, 2. MAC Zoning Map - Proposed Option 2, 3. Article 13.1 - MAC - Maple Avenue Commerical - Code Edits - Redline Version 10-9-19, 4. Article 11 - C-1 Local Commercial - Code Edits - Redline Version 10-9-19 TC WS, 5. Article 12 - C-1A Special Commercial - Code Edits - Redline Version 10-9-19 TC WS, 6. Article 12.1 - C-1B Pedestrian Commercial - Code Edits - Redline Version 10-9-19 TC WS, 7. Article 13 - C-2 General Commercial - Code Edits - Redline Version 10-9-19 TC WS, 8. Article 16 - Off-street Parking and Loading Areas - Code Edits - Redline Version 10-9-19 TC WS, 9. Article 18 - Supplemental Regulations - Code Edits - Redline Version 9-9-19 TC WS, 10. Article 25 - Site Plan Control Provisions - Code Edits - Redline Version 10-9-19 TC WS
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Discuss Draft Amendments to Maple Avenue Commercial (MAC) Zone and Other Commercial Zoning Districts along with Related Amendments per Town Council Directive

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OVERVIEW:
At the August 19, 2019 meeting, Town Council directed staff to draft amendments to the Maple Avenue Commercial (MAC) Zone as its top priority and simultaneously to consider amendments to the regular commercial zoning districts of C-1, C-1A, C-1B, and C-2 in Chapter 18 of the Town Code that effect the MAC. Staff was also directed to draft amendments to the commercial zoning districts that require the MAC streetscape, require landscaping for parking lots, and to consider changes to parking requirements or other incentives to encourage economic growth on Maple Avenue when drafting these amendments.

Town Council held a work session to discuss the proposed amendments on September 9, 2019. This is a continuation of that discussion. New proposed amendments are highlighted in yellow in the attachments.

BACKGROUND SUMMARY:
At its September 17, 2018 meeting, the Town Council voted to temporarily suspend the MAC Zone for 270 days to provide staff time to develop design guidelines, along with related MAC amendments. The moratorium went into effect on September 30, 2018, and originally was set to end on June 27, 2019. On May 13, 2019, the Town Council voted to extend the moratorium to November 15, 2019.

During the fall of 2018, over one thousand Town residents, property, and business owners provided input through a visual preference survey, which was the basis for creating the draft design guidelines and proposed amendments to the MAC Zone regulations. The preliminary draft design guidelines and proposed draft amendments to the MAC Zone were provided to the Town Council, Planning Commission and Board of Architectural in February, 2019. Both documents were also posted on the Town's Maple Avenue Vision webpage. Staff provided an update on the process to Town Council on February ...

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