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Planning Commission Agenda Packet
Thursday, May 28, 2020
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10. Roll Call
20. Consent Calendar / Written Communications (voice vote).
20.1 LDS-20-025 Consideration of tentative plat approval for the Saddle Ridge Subdivision – Phase 4 & 5, a proposed 45-lot residential subdivision on two, contiguous parcels totaling 59.5 acres, which includes two tracts of land to be used for storm detention, and a reserve acreage portion. The property is located east of Cherry lane, north of Hillcrest Road, and is transected by Roxy Ann Road; and is within the SFR-2 (Single-Family Residential, two dwelling units per gross acre) and SFR-00 (Single-Family Residential, one dwelling unit per lot) zoning district, and with an RZ (Restricted Zoning) Administrative Mapping overlay (371W23DA1500 & 371W23101); Applicant, Michael Mahar; Agent, Neathamer Surveying, Inc.; Planner, Dustin Severs, dustin.severs.cityofmedford.org.
30. Approval or Correction of the Minutes from May 14, 2020 hearing.
40. Oral Requests and Communications
The Planning Commission is only accepting written comments and not verbal comments, with the exception of land use applicants, who will be given the opportunity to attend the meeting electronically. Public comments will be accepted via first class mail or email until noon on May 14, 2020. Please email general comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. Public hearing testimony pertaining to the agenda items should be sent to the project planner’s email listed by each agenda item.
50. Public Hearings
Comments are limited to a total of 10 minutes for applicants and/or their representatives.
50.1 DCA-19-013 An amendment to portions of Chapter 10, Article II, to revise the City’s Vacation land use review standards to omit Public Utility Easements (PUEs) from review at a public hearing, making them a Type I review; Applicant, City of Medford; Planner, Kyle Kearns, email@example.com. Staff requests this item be continued to the Thursday, June 25, 2020 Planning Commission meeting.
50.2 PUD-20-032 / LDS-20-100 Consideration of a revised tentative plat and PUD Plan for the Springbrook Park Planned Unit Development in order to create nine additional lots at the southeast corner of the site. The subject site is contained within an approximate 1.50 acres of a 19.6-acre tract of land, and is located along Springbrook Road north of Owen Drive within the SFR-6 (Single-Family Residential, six dwelling units per gross acre) and MFR-15 (Multiple Family Residential, fifteen dwelling units per gross acre) zoning districts. Applicant, Springbrook Park, LLC. Agent, Steven Swartsley; Planner, Dustin Severs, dustin.severs.cityofmedford.org. The applicant requests this agenda item be continued to the Thursday, June 11, 2020 Planning Commission meeting.
50.3 LDS-20-083 Consideration of tentative plat approval for Angell Village Subdivision, a proposed 4-lot residential subdivision on a single 1.17-acre parcel located at 1225 Corona Avenue in the SFR-4 (Single-Family Residential, four dwelling units per gross acre) zoning district (371W19BA2300); Applicant, Gary Angell; Agent, Scott Sinner Consulting, Inc.; Planner, Dustin Severs, dustin.severs.cityofmedford.org
60.1 Site Plan and Architectural Commission
60.2 Transportation Commission
60.3 Planning Department
70. Messages and Papers from the Chair
80. City Attorney Remarks
90. Propositions and Remarks from the Commission