Currituck County
NC

Planning Board Agenda

Public Hearing and Action: PB 17-04 Currituck County: 2017 UDO Housekeeping Amendment

Information

Department:Planning & Community DevelopmentSponsors:
Category:PB Staff Report

Attachments

  1. Printout
  2. 17-04 Housekeeping Amendments (BOC 7-17-2017) (This file has not yet been converted to a viewable format)

Body

Shay Ballance motioned to recommend approval as presented by staff. Mr. O'Brien seconded the motion and the motion carried unanimously.

Meeting History

Jun 13, 2017 7:00 PM Video Planning Board Regular Meeting
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Donna Voliva, Senior Planner, presented the staff report for the Currituck County 2017 Housekeeping Amendment which clarifies and revises miscellaneous sections of the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO).

Chairman Bell asked for questions from the board.

With no questions, Chairman Bell entertained a motion.

Shay Ballance motioned to recommend approval as presented by staff. Mr. O'Brien seconded the motion and the motion carried unanimously.

RESULT:RECOMMENDED APPROVAL [UNANIMOUS]
AYES:Carol Bell, Fred Whiteman, C. Shay Ballance, Steven Craddock, John McColley, Jeff O'Brien, Jane Overstreet
ABSENT:J. Timothy Thomas
Jul 17, 2017 6:00 PM Video Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting
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To: Board of Commissioners

From: Planning Staff

Date: July 17, 2017

Subject: PB 17-04 Currituck County - 2017 Housekeeping Amendment

The enclosed text amendment submitted by the Currituck County Planning and Community Development Department is intended to clarify and revise miscellaneous sections of the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) as it relates to:

Item 1 Modifies Planning Board appointments by the Board of Commissioners.

Item 2 Corrects the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ) department name change.

Item 3 Corrects the appeal process for a notice of violation.

Item 4 Provides driveway standards for double frontage lots.

Item 5 Provides language for additional community meetings when development proposals and applications result in substantive revisions.

Item 6 Clarifies the parking requirements for development that result in an increase in the number of bedrooms.

Item 7 Corrects language to be consistent with the model flood ordinance for mobile homes replaced in coastal high hazard areas (VE zones).

Item 8 Corrects reference errors in Chapter 4 Use Standards and Chapter 10 Definitions and Measurement for Gasoline Sales, Home Occupations, Land Application of Sludge or Septage, Outdoor Storage, and Outdoor Display and Sales.

Planning Board Recommendation:

Shay Ballance motioned to recommend approval as presented by staff. Mr. O'Brien seconded the motion and the motion carried unanimously.

Planning Board Discussion (6/13/17)

Donna Voliva presented the staff report for the Currituck County 2017 Housekeeping Amendment which clarifies and revises miscellaneous sections of the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO).

Chairman Bell asked for questions from the board.

With no questions, Chairman Bell entertained a motion.

Shay Ballance motioned to recommend approval as presented by staff. Mr. O'Brien seconded the motion and the motion carried unanimously.

Planning Director, Laurie LoCicero, reviewed each of the proposed housekeeping amendments to the Unified Development Ordinance and responded to questions posed by the Board.

Chairman Hanig opened the public hearing. With no one wishing to speak the public hearing was closed.

Commissioner Gilbert moved to approve the amendment to modify and correct the Unified Development Ordinance Chapter 2-Administration, Chapter 4-Use Standards, Chapter 5-Development Standards, Chapter 7-Environmental Protection, Chapter 9-Enforcement and Chapter 10-Definitions and Measurements, as Items 1-8 presented by staff.

The motion was seconded by Commissioner Hall and passed unanimously.

RESULT:APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:Marion Gilbert, Commissioner
SECONDER:Mike D. Hall, Commissioner
AYES:Bobby Hanig, Mike H. Payment, Paul M. Beaumont, Mary "Kitty" Etheridge, Marion Gilbert, Mike D. Hall, Bob White