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File #: 19-816B    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 8/22/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 9/17/2019 Final action: 9/17/2019
Title: Pass the ordinance approving a major change to the PUD in order to grant a deviation to reduce the required setback for a ground sign for the subject property located at 1090 75th Street (Finish Line Car Wash) - PZC 19-1-084
Attachments: 1. 1090 E. 75th Street - Ordinance, 2. Exhibit A - Legal Description, 3. Exhibit B - PUD plat, 4. Exhibit C - Standards, 5. Exhibit D - Sign rendering, 6. Application, 7. FPDDC Response - PZC Case 19-1-084 - Karen Dodge, 8. Location Map, 9. 8.21.19 PZC Minutes
CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM

ACTION REQUESTED:
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Pass the ordinance approving a major change to the PUD in order to grant a deviation to reduce the required setback for a ground sign for the subject property located at 1090 75th Street (Finish Line Car Wash) - PZC 19-1-084
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DEPARTMENT: Transportation, Engineering and Development

SUBMITTED BY: Erin Venard

BOARD/COMMISSION REVIEW:
The Planning and Zoning Commission considered this matter on August 21, 2019 and voted to recommend approval of the request (approved, 9-0). Staff concurs.

BACKGROUND:
The 1 acre subject property is located on the north side of 75th Street, approximately 800' west of Naper Boulevard. The property is zoned B2 PUD (Community Shopping Center District) and is improved with an approximately 5,500 square foot car wash and motor vehicle sales facility. The property was approved as the Stenger Subdivision Planned Unit Development (PUD) in 1985. A car wash is not a permitted use in B2; however, it was permitted through the PUD approval. In 2014, a conditional use to permit motor vehicle sales was also approved for the subject property.

The petitioner, Karen Dodge, represents the contact purchaser of the subject property. The petitioner proposes to remodel the facility and to replace the existing ground sign with a new ground sign in same location. Motor vehicle sales will no longer be conducted on the subject property. Replacement of the sign will require a deviation to reduce the required major arterial sign setback and a major change to the PUD.

DISCUSSION:
Per Section 6-16-5:2.2.5.1 (Signs on Commercial and Institutional Property: Setbacks) of the Municipal Code, a 10' setback is required for ground signs adjacent to an arterial roadway such as 75th Street. The proposed ground sign will be sited in the same location as the existing sign and located at the property line with a 0' setback. The proposed sign meets all other Code requirements including area, height, and setba...

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