CITY OF MELBOURNE, FLORIDA MINUTES – REGULAR MEETING BEFORE CITY COUNCIL JANUARY 27, 2009
ORDINANCE NO. 2009-02 (CPA-2008-12), ORDINANCE NO. 2009-03 (Z-2008-1140), AND SITE PLAN APPROVAL (SP-2008-13) SHILOH CHRISTIAN CENTER: Ordinances providing for a Comprehensive Plan Amendment and rezoning; and site plan approval to allow the addition of three modular buildings to expand an accessory preschool into an accessory school on a 3.92±-acre parcel, located on the south side of University Boulevard, west of Hanson Avenue and east of Babcock Street. (Owner/Applicant - Shiloh Christian Center, Inc.) (Representative - Dee Johnson) (P&Z Board - 1/08/08)
Ordinance No. 2009-02/CPA-2008-12: (First Reading/Public Hearing) An ordinance providing for a Comprehensive Plan Amendment changing the Future Land Use from High Density Residential to Public Lands and Institutional on a 3.92±-acre parcel.
Ordinance No. 2009-03/Z-2008-1140: (First Reading/Public Hearing) An ordinance changing the zoning from C-R-3 (Multiple-Family Dwelling High Density District with a Conditional Use for a Church) to I-1 (Institutional) on a 3.92±-acre parcel.
Site Plan Approval/SP-2008-13: (Public Hearing) A request for site plan approval to allow the addition of three modular buildings to expand an accessory preschool into an accessory school on a 3.92±-acre parcel.
Mr. Gougelman read Ordinance Nos. 2009-02 and 2009-03 by title. Mrs. Dittmer briefed Council.
The Planning and Zoning Board, at its January 8 meeting, voted unanimously to recommend approval of the two ordinances. Additionally, the board recommended approval of the site plan prepared on a single-sheet by HSA Architecture Interior Design Planning, with a signed, sealed and stamped date of December 28, 2008, and the following conditions:
Any change to the site plan will require reevaluation by the Engineering Department and Planning and Economic Development Department.
Any substantial change to the site plan as outlined in Appendix B, Article IX, Section 6 (E), will require review and approval by City staff, the Planning and Zoning Board, Local Planning Agency, and/or the City Council.
Appropriate environmental permits must be obtained as part of the construction plan review process.
All hardwood trees and scrub oaks located outside of the building footprint and parking driveway aisles shall be preserved, and buildings and parking/drive aisles shall be shifted when possible to preserve hardwood trees or scrub oaks, as determined during construction plan review.
The proposed building shall be substantially consistent with the rendering submitted by the applicant.
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