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File #: 19-0766    Version: 1 Name: Ordinance 2019-29 rezone Oakbrook
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 7/29/2019 In control: Board of Mayor & Aldermen
On agenda: 11/12/2019 Final action: 11/12/2019
Title: Consideration Of Ordinance 2019-29: An Ordinance To Rezone 6.22 Acres From Specific Development-Residential (SD-R) District To Specific Development-Residential 14.31 (SD-R 14.31) District For The Property Located North Of Mallory Station Road And East Of Sunrise Circle, At 200 Mallory Station Road (Oakbrook PUD Subdivision, previously noticed as Mallory Station PUD Subdivision). (FMPC 8/22/19, 6-0; BOMA 9/10/19, 8-0; 10/8/19, 8-0) THIRD AND FINAL READING.
Sponsors: Emily Hunter
Attachments: 1. ORD 2019-29 Oakbrook PUD Rezone_with Map and Survey.Law Approved 2, 2. MAP ORD 2019-29 Oakbrook PUD, 3. 2019-08-01 MAllory Station Rezoing, 4. Oakbrook Letter of Objection Response, 5. 2019.10.8_Letter to Aldermen re Oakbrook Subdivision_Avenida Partners

DATE: August 14, 2019

TO: Franklin Municipal Planning Commission

FROM: Joey Bryan, Principal Planner
Amy Diaz-Barriga, Current Planning Supervisor
Emily Hunter, Director of Planning and Sustainability

Subject

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Consideration Of Ordinance 2019-29: An Ordinance To Rezone 6.22 Acres From Specific Development-Residential (SD-R) District To Specific Development-Residential 14.31 (SD-R 14.31) District For The Property Located North Of Mallory Station Road And East Of Sunrise Circle, At 200 Mallory Station Road (Oakbrook PUD Subdivision, previously noticed as Mallory Station PUD Subdivision). (FMPC 8/22/19, 6-0; BOMA 9/10/19, 8-0; 10/8/19, 8-0) THIRD AND FINAL READING.
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Project Information
COF Project Number: 7036
Applicant: Greg Gamble, Gamble Design Collaborative
Owner: Bettie Carol White

Background/Staff Comments
At the 10/8/19 BOMA meeting where the Oakbrook Development Plan was heard, a letter of objection was submitted by the neighboring property to the east, Avenida Partners. Staff has provided a response to some of the concerns raised in the letter. Both the letter and staff response are attached files to this item.

The applicant is requesting to rezone 6.22 acres at 200 Mallory Station Road from Specific Development-Residential (SD-R) to Specific Development Residential 14.31 (SD-R 14.31) for the purpose of a new attached residential development. The Envision Franklin Land Use Plan places this parcel in the Multifamily Residential Design Concept. Envision Franklin states, "the multifamily residential design concept provides for a range of housing types that offer both for sale and for rent options across a range of price points." Staff finds the proposed rezoning to accommodate the planned multifamily development is appropriate. A development plan for the Mallory Station PUD Subdivision has been submitted concurrently with the rezoning.

Recommendation
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Recommend approval to the Board of Mayor and Aldermen.
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