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Public Information Meeting: Purefoy Apartments Revised Application

Planning staff will host two informal open-house style opportunities for anyone interested to review the revised application, ask questions of staff, and provide comments on the revised application:

  • Thursday, June 29 at 6:00pm
  • Thursday, July 13 at 6:00pm

Information about the review process and a comparison of the original application and the revised application is below:

Review Process: This application was originally submitted in October of 2016 and staff completed an initial review in November. The applicant has now submitted a revised application in response to review comments, as well as feedback from the November 16 and December 15 public information meetings. The next steps for this application are listed below:

  • Staff Review – To be complete in early / mid July: As a part its review of the revised application, staff will review it for compliance with all applicable elements of Town Code, including the LUMO [Land Use Management Ordinance] and the NCD [Neighborhood Conservation District] and produce additional comments and conditions as appropriate. Once staff review is complete, the applicant may request that the application be placed on the Planning Commission’s agenda
  • Planning Commission Review - Not scheduled at this time: August 1, 2017 is the earliest likely date for this meeting. The Planning Commission meets on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 7:00pm. A postcard mailing will be mailed at least 3 weeks in advance of the meeting.
  • Staff Report: In advance of a meeting, staff is required to prepare a report to the Planning Commission that details the applications compliance, or non-compliance, with the LUMO and present a recommendation to the Planning Commission based strictly on the application’s compliance. This report would be published at least one week in advance of the meeting.
  • Planning Commission Decision: The Planning Commission is charged with considering the report and recommendation from staff, materials and presentation from the applicant, and comments made by members of the public. The Commission would then make a decision as to the application’s compliance with the LUMO. An application of this scale may require more than one meeting before the Commission takes action.

Revised Application: Here is a quick comparison between the original application and the revised one below. Both the original and revised applications may be viewed on the Town’s website: http://chplan.us/16-106

 

Original Submittal 10/17/16

Revised Submittal 5/26/17

Number of Buildings

3 (2 new)

2 (1 new)

Number of Units

5

5

Number of Bedrooms

34

28

Total Floor Area in square feet

13,495 S.F.

12,557 S.F.

Number of Parking Spaces

13

13

Land Disturbance within lot lines in square feet (Subject to 40,000 SF limit)

Application reported 45,004 S.F.*

33,258 S.F.*

Land Disturbance within Right of Way (ROW) in square feet

Application did not report.*

5,085 S.F.*

Total Onsite + ROW Land Disturbance in square feet

Application reported 53,281 S.F.*

38,343 S.F.*

Total Impervious Surface in square feet

18,942 S.F.

20,180 S.F.

Maximum Building Height

30 feet

30 feet

Buffer widthon Southern Property Line (Adjacent to existing single family, low density residential)

10 feet

10 Feet, Setback 10 feet from property line to preserve existing bamboo (20 foot total width)

Landscape Buffer Planting Density /Number of Buffer Plantings on Southern Property Line

Type B: 13 large trees, 23 small trees, 29 shrubs

Type B: 13 large trees, 23 small trees, 29 shrubs

Closest portion of new building to South Property Line

83 feet

83 feet

Closest portion of parking lot to South Property Line

10 feet

33 feet

Trees Removed / Preserved

19 removed / 31 Preserved

15 removed / 35 preserved (including 48” bald Cyprus near south property line)

Stormwater Detention and Treatment

Above Ground Treatment, below ground detention.

Below Ground

 *These figures were reported incorrectly in the original application. As part of its review, staff will ensure that the revised application accounts for land disturbance according to the requirements and definition in the LUMO. 

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