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BILL NO. 17-0361st R.

Agenda Title:

17-036 - 1R. An ordinance amending the Zoning District Map as to a tract of ground located at 3920 S. Noland Road from District C-1 (Neighborhood Commercial) to District C-2 (General Commercial) in Independence, Jackson County, Missouri.
Recommendations:

Commissioner Read made a motion to recommend approval of the application.  A second to the motion was made by Commissioner Ferguson. The Independence Planning Commission voted as follows:

Commissioner Goldesberry

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Yes

Commissioner McClain

-

Yes

Commissioner Ashbaugh

-

Yes

Commissioner Preston

-

Yes

Commissioner Boley

-

Absent

Commissioner Read

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Yes

Commissioner Ferguson

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Yes

 

 

 

 

The motion passed and such application is forwarded to the City Council for its consideration. Staff recommends approval of this application.

Executive Summary:

Quik Trip requests to rezone 3920 S. Noland Road (the site of the former Big Bobs Used Carpet) from C-1 (Neighborhood Commercial) to C-2 (General Commercial) to expand their convenience store/gas station operation located at 4024 S. Noland Road northward.  Gasoline sales require C-2 zoning and the gas pumps and a portion of the store will lie on the former carpet store lot.

Background:

The applicant is proposing to build one of its, “Generation III,” stores at the site.  The newer structure with have a larger kitchen, a larger floor space in general and require more employees.  With the acquisition of the former, furniture store property, the pumps will lie north and south of the new building and access will be gained to E. 39th Street S.

Planning Commission Action: 

At its March 14, 2017  Planning Commission meeting, the motion for approval passed by a vote of 6-0, after consideration of the following facts:

 

  1. That the rezoning is consistent with the review criteria listed in Section 14-701-02 of the City Code;
  2. That a public hearing was held pursuant to a notice duly published according to law, at which time all interested parties were given the full opportunity to be heard;
  3. That rezoning the property from C-1 to C-2 will allow the construction of convenience store/gas station on the site;
  4. That, at the Planning Commission hearing, no residents had questions and concerns about the rezoning application;
  5. That, at the hearing, no petition protesting this application was presented.

 

 

Planning Commission minutes are available in the Community Development Department.


Department:          Community DevelopmentContact Person:          Tom Scannell


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ATTACHMENTS:
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Staff ReportBackup Material
MapBackup Material
App 17-100-01Backup Material
Rezoning OrdinanceOrdinance