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File #: 15-0142    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agendas Status: Passed
File created: 4/29/2015 In control: Board of Aldermen
On agenda: 6/16/2015 Final action: 6/16/2015
Title: Minor Modification to Carolina Car Wash CUP PURPOSE: Requesting a Minor Modification to the existing Carolina Car Wash CUP to add a detail bay garage doors to the northern elevation while making upgrades to the remaining elevations.
Attachments: 1. Attachment A - Proposed Site Plan and Elevation, 2. Attachment B - Owner Justifications and 2009 Justifications, 3. Attachment C- 1999 and 2009 Permits, 4. Attachment D - Appearance Commission approval, 5. Attachment E-Resolution
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Minor Modification to Carolina Car Wash CUP

PURPOSE: Requesting a Minor Modification to the existing Carolina Car Wash CUP to add a detail bay garage doors to the northern elevation while making upgrades to the remaining elevations.
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DEPARTMENT: Planning

CONTACT INFORMATION: Jeff Kleaveland 919-918-7332

INFORMATION: Matthew Ford, of Jim Spencer Architects, representing the property owner, Tom Tucker, is requesting a Minor Modification to the CUP for the property located at 426 E. Main Street further identified as Orange County PIN 9788053970. Currently the property is the home of the car wash, a nightclub and an exercise studio.
The proposed Minor Modification will consist of adding expanded detail bays while substantially revising the external appearance (See Attachment A). The detail bays will add 324 sf to the carwash operation for a total of 8933 sf. This change is primarily for the purpose of improving the efficiency of the detail operations.
This CUP was originally issued in June, 1999 authorizing use #8.100 (restaurant) to occupy 1,644 sf of the existing building (See Attachment C). Subsequent to this the CUP was amended in 2009 to add new uses (such as retail, office and additional restaurant categories) to the existing carwash use and to authorize minor site work along with cosmetic changes to the elevations.
The proposed application seeks to continue the approvals and justifications of the 2009 permit modification conditions while revising the site plan and elevations slightly. The property owner has submitted a letter formally requesting the justifications provided by his 2009 architect, Jack Haggerty be allowed to continue onto this permit (See Attachment B).
The property is located in the EAT overlay district which enables the Board to regulate hours of operation where such restrictions are necessary to prevent unreasonable disruptions to the peace and quiet of a nearby residential area. The Board did ...

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