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File #: 2019-2895    Name:
Type: Public Hearing - Sworn Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 7/1/2019 In control: City Council - Regular Session
On agenda: 8/6/2019 Final action:
Title: Public Hearing: Application #PL2019-220 - Rezoning from CP-2 to PI and Preliminary Development Plan and Appl. #PL2019-222 - Special Use Permit for indoor climate-controlled storage and exterior-access non-climate controlled storage facility - Storage Mart, -3924 & 3930 SW Raintree Dr.; New TKG-KC LLC., applicant.
Sponsors: Development Services
Attachments: 1. Planning Commission Minutes, 2. Staff Letter, 3. Transportation Impact Analysis, 4. Trip Generation Assessment, 5. Preliminary Development Plan, 6. Preliminary Devleopment Plan, 7. Elevation from Highway, 8. Applicant Narrative, 9. Detention and Water Quality Calculations, 10. Photo-View East, 11. Photo-View North, 12. Photo-View South, 13. Photo-View West, 14. Neighborhood Meeting Letter, 15. Location Map
Related files: BILL NO. 19-171
Title
Public Hearing: Application #PL2019-220 - Rezoning from CP-2 to PI and Preliminary Development Plan and Appl. #PL2019-222 - Special Use Permit for indoor climate-controlled storage and exterior-access non-climate controlled storage facility - Storage Mart, -3924 & 3930 SW Raintree Dr.; New TKG-KC LLC., applicant.
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Issue/Request:
The applicant proposes a rezoning, preliminary development plan, and a special use permit for an indoor climate controlled storage facility that also includes limited outdoor non-climate controlled unit access and outdoor vehicular storage. The property is located west of M-291 Hwy and SW Raintree Dr. and east of the existing mini-storage facility. The applicant also requests to rezone the property from CP-2 to PI to allow for the component of the outdoor unit access and limited outdoor storage.

The facility is comprised of one (1) building totaling 302 units. The color palette and materials for the proposed building is primarily red and tan brick with stone accents and bronze storefronts.

The applicant requests modifications for the proposed outdoor unit access activities, outdoor storage, and roof pitch. Staff supports the requested modifications.

The applicant requests a 50 year time period. Staff doesn’t support the requested time period and has recommended a 25 year time period to be consistent with recently approved storage facilities.

Presenter
Josh Johnson, AICP, Assistant Director Plan Services

Recommendation
Recommendation:
1. A modification shall be granted to allow outdoor activities (i.e. exterior access to non-climate controlled storage units) to occur on site.
2. A modification shall be granted to allow for outdoor storage of vehicles as shown on the preliminary development plan, dated May 21, 2019.
3. A modification shall be granted to the 1:3 roof pitch requirements to allow a flat roofed building.
4. The special use permit shall be approved for a period of 25 years.
5. The development shall be...

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