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File #: 15-0063    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agendas Status: Passed
File created: 2/26/2015 In control: Board of Aldermen
On agenda: 3/3/2015 Final action: 3/3/2015
Title: Request for Minor Modification to Conditional Use Permit for 300 E. Main Related to Wall/Sidewalk in Front of the New Fleet Feet Building/Phase A PURPOSE: The purpose of this item is for the Board to consider adopting a resolution approving changes to the sidewalk area in front of the Fleet Feet building/Phase A of the 300 East Main project.
Attachments: 1. Attachment A - Resolution, 2. Attachment B - Statement from Applicant, 3. Attachment C - Fleet Feet Plaza & Sidewalk Design Option - Final
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Request for Minor Modification to Conditional Use Permit for 300 E. Main Related to Wall/Sidewalk in Front of the New Fleet Feet Building/Phase A

PURPOSE: The purpose of this item is for the Board to consider adopting a resolution approving changes to the sidewalk area in front of the Fleet Feet building/Phase A of the 300 East Main project.
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DEPARTMENT: Planning Department

CONTACT INFORMATION: Marty Roupe, 918-7333

INFORMATION: Main Street Partners has submitted a CUP Minor Modification application related to plaza design in front of the Fleet Feet building at 300 East Main Street. The Board is asked to review and consider the information, deliberate, and make a decision regarding the request. A resolution is included as Attachment A providing for approval of the modification, with an opportunity to choose a design from the options presented and / or add conditions about the design.

In June 2007 the Board of Aldermen approved a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) for Phase A of 300 East Main Street. The project involved a five-story building adjacent to the railroad tracks. As a related matter, the Board approved a subsequent CUP application in August 2008 for the remainder of the project commonly called 300 East Main. The August 2008 approval superseded the June 2007 CUP, so the entire site is now regulated under a single CUP.
The plans for all portions and phases of the site indicate that a ten foot wide sidewalk and / or plaza area will be installed along all of the Main Street frontage, understanding that accommodations do have to be made where existing utility infrastructure, trees, and similar obstructions are in the way. Additionally, at the request of the applicant, the exact configuration of the sidewalk and plaza related to where the right-of-way ends and the private realm begins, will result in brick-bordered sidewalks less than ten-feet in width with the brick border marking the end of the right of way, and with the...

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