CITY OF MELBOURNE, FLORIDA MINUTES – REGULAR MEETING BEFORE CITY COUNCIL APRIL 27, 2004
homeowners' association documents.
An approval letter from Brevard County 911.
Mrs. Dittmer briefed Council. There were no disclosures by Council.
Mrs. Walker asked if the City has received all the required documents. Mrs. Dittmer said not all; however, the City will not sign the final plat until everything has been received.
Mayor Buckley opened the public hearing.
Luke Miorelli, engineer for the project, agreed with the conditions.
Moved by Walker/E. Palmer for approval, subject to the conditions. unanimously.
ORDINANCE NO. 2004-30 (AR-2004-149), ORDINANCE NO. 2004-31 (CPA-2004-04),
providing for annexation of 5.75 on a 4.8-acre parcel, located on
acres, a Comprehensive Plan Amendment, and rezoning the north side of Eau Gallie Boulevard, west of Wickham
Road and east of the intersection with Sarno Road. (Owner - Gleason Brothers Company) (Applicants - Alex Sokolik & Dave Armstrong) (P&Z Board - 4/01/04)
Ordinance No. 2004-30/AR-2004-149:
ordinance providing for the annexation of a 5.75-acre parcel.
ordinance establishing a Medium Density Residential Land Use on a 4.8-acre
Ordinance No. 2004-32/Z-2004-981: (First Reading/Public Hearing) An ordinance
establishing a zoning designation of Residential) on a 4.8-acre parcel.
R-2 (One-, Two-, and Multiple-Family
Attorney Gougelman read each ordinance by title. Mrs. Dittmer reviewed the agenda report and stated that the proposed annexation would be located in City Council District 5. She noted that the Planning and Zoning Board unanimously recommended approval with the recommendation that the area residents be re-notified when a site plan is submitted for approval. (The condition is included in Ordinance No. 2004-32.)
There were no disclosures by City Council. Mayor Buckley opened the public hearing.
Susan Arnold, 3603 Palomino Road, stated that her concerns regarding this item relate to compatibility to surrounding homes, density, drainage in a flood prone area, traffic increase and environmental preservation. She noted that even though the requested zoning is similar to the County zoning, the surrounding area is not built out to the requested density; 2.2 units per acre is the overall density in the area. She added that they have one-story, ranch style homes on one- to four-acre tracts.
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