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File #: BILL NO. 21-211    Name:
Type: Ordinance - Public Hearing Status: Passed
File created: 9/13/2021 In control: Planning Commission
On agenda: 9/23/2021 Final action: 11/2/2021
Title: An Ordinance approving a rezoning from District CP-2 to District RLL for approximately 16.25 acres located at 4871 SW Raintree Parkway in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 33, the Unified Development Ordinance of Lee’s Summit Code of Ordinances, for the City of Lee's Summit, Missouri. (Note: First read by Council on October 19, 2021.)
Attachments: 1. Ordinance, 2. Location Map

Title

An Ordinance approving a rezoning from District CP-2 to District RLL for approximately 16.25 acres located at 4871 SW Raintree Parkway in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 33, the Unified Development Ordinance of Lee’s Summit Code of Ordinances, for the City of Lee's Summit, Missouri.

(Note: First read by Council on October 19, 2021.)

 

Body

Proposed City Council Motion:

I move for adoption of an Ordinance approving a rezoning from District CP-2 to District RLL for approximately 16.25 acres located at 4871 SW Raintree Parkway in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 33, the Unified Development Ordinance of Lee’s Summit Code of Ordinances, for the City of Lee's Summit, Missouri.

 

Presenter

Josh Johnson, AICP, Assistant Director of Plan Services

J. P. Roberts, Applicant

 

Committee Recommendation

Committee Recommendation: With the conditions of approval as reflected below and outlined in the ordnance, A motion was made by Vice Chair Arth, seconded by Board Member Rader, that this application be recommended for approval to the City Council - Regular Session, due back on 10/19/2021. The motion carried unanimously.

 

1. A hold harmless agreement shall be executed prior to connecting to City water. 

2. An appropriate on-site sanitary sewer system shall be permitted through Jackson County prior to approval of a building permit.  Copy of the permit shall be provided to the City at the time of a building permit application. Alternatively, a private low-pressure system may be designed and constructed to serve the lot.