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File #: 19-0744    Version: 1 Name: ORD 2019-27 rezone Williamson Co Animal Center
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 7/16/2019 In control: Board of Mayor & Aldermen
On agenda: 11/12/2019 Final action: 11/12/2019
Title: Consideration Of Ordinance 2019-27: An Ordinance To Rezone 38.66 Acres From Estate Residential (ER) District To Agricultural (AG) District For The Property Located North Of Old Charlotte Pike, East Of Future Mack Hatcher Parkway, And West Of Carlisle Lane. (Proposed Animal Control Center) (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 2019-27 OLD CHARLOTTE COUNTY PROPERTIES_with Map and Survey.Law Approved, 2. MAP RES 2019-27 County Properties RZ, 3. Boundary Survey ORD 2019-27

DATE: August 14, 2019

TO: Franklin Municipal Planning Commission

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

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Consideration Of Ordinance 2019-27: An Ordinance To Rezone 38.66 Acres From Estate Residential (ER) District To Agricultural (AG) District For The Property Located North Of Old Charlotte Pike, East Of Future Mack Hatcher Parkway, And West Of Carlisle Lane. (Proposed Animal Control Center) (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: 7038
Applicant: Greg Gamble, GDC
Owner: Williamson County

Background/Staff Comments
Envision Franklin identifies this land in the Conservation Subdivision, which describes these area of the city as "having higher quantities of environmental resources in rural areas or along the periphery of the City that are desired to be preserved. Less dense development, planned with large, contiguous tracts of open space to be retained in perpetuity, is expected in these locations."

It is staff's understanding that the County wishes to use the site for their Animal Facility, a use permitted under the Agricultural Zoning District. The fact that it is an Institutional Use, and the low-scale use on such a large tract of land, supports the vision of the Conservation Subdivision Design Concept. The applicant is aware that should they wish to expand beyond the Animal Facility use, they will be required to file a rezoning to the Civic Institutional Zoning District and submit a PUD Development Plan.

Project Considerations
The applicant shall be aware of the future street name change. With Mack Hatcher Pkwy coming through and severing Old Charlotte Pike East, the street name will be changed post-construction.

The applicant shall be aware of the requirement for reclaimed water to be extended to the site for any proposed irrigation. Contrary to the statement of impacts, there is...

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