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File #: 19-50    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agendas Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 1/30/2019 In control: Board of Aldermen
On agenda: 2/5/2019 Final action:
Title: Affordable Housing Review Meeting for Beaumont Special Use Permit AIS Subdivision PURPOSE: The Board of Aldermen is asked to participate in an Affordable Housing Review Meeting with the applicant for a Special Use Permit development project that would allow for construction of a twelve unit subdivision.
Attachments: 1. Attachment A - Vicinity Map, 2. Attachment B - Recommendation Statement from AHAC
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Affordable Housing Review Meeting for Beaumont Special Use Permit AIS Subdivision

PURPOSE: The Board of Aldermen is asked to participate in an Affordable Housing Review Meeting with the applicant for a Special Use Permit development project that would allow for construction of a twelve unit subdivision.
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DEPARTMENT: Planning Department

CONTACT INFORMATION: Marty Roupe, Development Review Administrator, 919-918-7333 or mroupe@townofcarrboro.org & Rebecca Buzzard, Project Manager, 919-918-7438 or rbuzzard@townofcarrboro.org

INFORMATION: A special use permit application has been submitted for a proposed 12-unit, residential subdivision, to be called Beaumont, on a parcel of land adjacent to the eastern side of the University Commons Condominiums, 303 Smith Level Road (see Attachment B, Vicinity Map). The applicant is Parker Louis, LLC, represented by Adam and Omar Zinn. The special use permit application will be reviewed by the Board of Adjustment.

The proposed development does not meet the affordable housing goal specified in Section 15-54.1 of the Land Use Ordinance, thus necessitating a review meeting with the Board of Aldermen.

Staff has met with the applicant and discussed their plans for the affordable housing component of this development. The proposed subdivision includes twelve small lots which the applicant suggests will result in the construction of smaller homes that are more affordable than larger homes. Note that since the project includes twelve units, the size-limited dwelling units requirement of LUO Section 15-188, which applies to developments of 13 or more units, is not applicable.

The Affordable Housing Advisory Committee considered the project on August 23 and their recommendation statement is attached (see Attachment C).


FISCAL & STAFF IMPACT: No fiscal or staff impacts are associated with holding the affordable housing review meeting.

RECOMMENDATION:r Staff requests that the Board of Aldermen participate ...

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