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Planning Commission Agenda and Minutes
Thursday, November 14, 2019
Medford City Hall, Council Chambers
411 West 8th Street, Medford, Oregon
10. Roll Call
20. Consent Calendar / Written Communications (voice vote).
20.1 CUP-19-044 Final Order for a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) for a new educational use in an existing single-family residence located at 2841 Juanipero Way within the SFR-4 (Single Family Residential – 2.5 to 4 dwelling units per gross acre) zoning district (371W33BD8902); Applicant, Phoenix-Talent School District; Agent, CSA Planning Ltd.; Planner, Steffen Roennfeldt.
20.2 LDS-19-074 / E-19-050 Final Orders for tentative plat approval for Mollie’s Place Subdivision, a proposed 8-lot residential subdivision, consisting of two single-family lots and six duplex lots, along with a request for an Exception to construct a half-street with a reduced width. The property is located on a single 1.08-acre parcel located at 1432 Orchard Home Drive in the SFR-6 (Single-Family Residential, six dwelling units per gross acre) zoning district (372W35DA TL 201); Applicant, Reeder, Knouff, Thomas, LLC; Agent, Scott Sinner Consulting, Inc.; Planner, Dustin Severs.
30. Approval or Correction of the Minutes from October 24, 2019 hearing
40. Oral Requests and Communications from the Audience
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50. Public Hearings
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50.1 CP-19-004 A legislative amendment to incorporate the Liberty Park Neighborhood Plan into the Neighborhood Element and Goals and Policies section of the Comprehensive Plan; Applicant, City of Medford; Planner, Carla Paladino. Staff requests this item be continued to the December 12, 2019 Planning Commission meeting.
50.2 LDS-19-076 Consideration of tentative plat approval for the Medford Center, a proposed commercial pad-lot subdivision in order to separate 11 buildings on their own legal tracts of land. The property is located on a single 24.42-acre parcel located east of Biddle Road between Stevens and E Jackson Street in the C-R (Regional Commercial) zoning district (371W19CD 1000); Applicant, LBG Medford, LLC; Agent, Neathamer Surveying, Inc.; Planner, Steffen Roennfeldt. The applicant requests this item be continued to the December 12, 2019 Planning Commission meeting.
50.3 PUD-19-002 Consideration of a request for a revision to ‘the Village’ area of Cedar Landing Planned Unit Development (PUD). The PUD revision contains amendments to the site design including an increase in multi-family units from 100 to 120, a mixed-use structure, increase maximum building height for mixed-use building to 40 feet, and increase the paved width of the private street. Cedar Landing PUD is located on approximately 116 acres on the north and south side of Cedar Links Drive, west of Foothill Road within an SFR-4/PD (Single-Family Residential – 2.5 to 4 dwelling units per gross acre / Planned Development) zoning district. Applicant & Agent, Koble Creative Architecture; Planner, Steffen Roennfeldt.
50.4 ZC-19-017 Consideration of requests for zone changes of two contiguous parcels located at 611 Meadows Lane: TL 12400 (0.79 acres) is requesting a zone change from SFR-00 (Single-Family Residential, one dwelling unit per lot) to MFR-20 (Multiple Family Residential, twenty dwelling units per gross acre), and TL 12300 (0.18 acres) is requesting a zone change from SFR-00 to SFR-10 ((Single-Family Residential, ten dwelling units per gross acre) (372W25CB TL 12300 & 12400); Applicant, Johnnie & Sharon Barger; Planner, Dustin Severs.
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