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File #: 21-73    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agendas Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 3/3/2021 In control: Board of Aldermen
On agenda: 3/9/2021 Final action:
Title: Continuation of Public Hearing for a Conditional Use Permit for a Watershed Residential Subdivision at 721 Jones Ferry Road PURPOSE: Mr. Phil Szostak has submitted a conditional use permit application to subdivide a 6.79 acre lot at 721 Jones Ferry Road to create a second lot. Prior to reaching a decision on a request for a CUP, Council must hold a public hearing to receive input. Town Council is asked to continue the public hearing and consider whether to approve the CUP request.
Attachments: 1. Attachment A - Vicinity Map, 2. Attachment B - Land Use Permit Application and Project Plans, 3. Attachment C - Staff & Advisory Boards Recommendations Summary Sheet, 4. Attachment D - CUP Worksheet
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Continuation of Public Hearing for a Conditional Use Permit for a Watershed Residential Subdivision at 721 Jones Ferry Road

PURPOSE: Mr. Phil Szostak has submitted a conditional use permit application to subdivide a 6.79 acre lot at 721 Jones Ferry Road to create a second lot. Prior to reaching a decision on a request for a CUP, Council must hold a public hearing to receive input. Town Council is asked to continue the public hearing and consider whether to approve the CUP request.

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DEPARTMENT: Planning Department

CONTACT INFORMATION: Marty Roupe, Development Review Administrator, 919-918-7333 or mroupe@townofcarrboro.org

INFORMATION: Mr. Phil Szostak has submitted an application to subdivide a 6.79 acre lot at 721 Jones Ferry Road to create a second lot (see Attachment A, Vicinity Map, and Attachment B, Project Plans). The property is located at the southwest corner of the Jones Ferry Road and Old Fayetteville Road / Berryhill Drive intersection (see yellow lot on Attachment A - Vicinity Map), and is zoned Watershed Residential. If approved, the CUP would allow for the creation of one additional lot, for a total of two lots. One lot is proposed to be 4.79 acres and the other lot 2 acres. Town Council is asked to continue the public hearing opened on Tuesday, February 23.

Density
Whereas this district typically requires a five acre minimum lot size, LUO Section 15-181(b) allows for subdivision of the lot into up to five lots a minimum size of two acres each, which would allow a total density of three lots. Instead, the application seeks to create only one new lot, for a total of two lots. One being approximately 4. 79 acres and the other being approximately but at least two acres in size. The provisions of this subsection may only be utilized once, so no additional lots under the standard five acre minimum size may be created subsequently.
Natural Constraints, Site Layout
The existing lot is vacant but old roadbeds are identi...

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