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File #: 12836   
Type: Resolution Status: Adopted
File created: 9/15/2023 In control: Board of County Commissioners
On agenda: 10/10/2023 Final action: 10/10/2023
Enactment date: 10/10/2023 Enactment #: RES-2023-207
Title: Rezoning Petition Submitted by Justin E. Boone and Alexandria Elise Boone (H2330)
Attachments: 1. H2330 P&Z Action, 2. H2330 Staff Report, 3. H2330 Maps, 4. H2330 Site Plan, 5. H2330 Application Packet, 6. H2330 Resolution, 7. Affidavit of Publication of Legal Ad PD-23-25 REZ, 8. Approved Resolution No. 2023-207
Related files: 12723

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Rezoning Petition Submitted by Justin E. Boone and Alexandria Elise Boone (H2330)

 

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BRIEF OVERVIEW

Request:

Rezoning from  R1C (Residential) to AR (Agricultural Residential)

 

General Location:

Northeast terminus of Berryhill Drive

 

P&Z Action:

On September 11, 2023, the Planning and Zoning Commission voted 4-1 to recommend the Board of County Commissioners adopt a resolution denying the petitioner’s request for a rezoning from R-1C (Residential) to AR-1 (Agricultural/Residential-1) and approving the staff recommended rezoning from R-1C (Residential) to AR (Agricultural/Residential).  Commissioner Fulford was the dissenting vote.

 

Hearing Detail:

The following members were present at the September  11, 2023, Planning and Zoning Commission meeting: Chairman Jonathan McDonald; Vice Chairman W. Steve Hickey; Kathryn Birren, Nicholas Holmes and Mike Fulford.

 

FINANCIAL IMPACT

A matter of policy.  No financial impact.

 

LEGAL NOTE

The Board has the authority to make the requested rezoning decision pursuant to Chapters 125 and 163 Florida Statutes.  The Applicable Criteria for a Zoning District Amendment are contained in Appendix A (Zoning Code), Article VI.  The Zoning District Amendment must be consistent with the Comprehensive Plan.

 

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RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended the Board adopt a resolution approving staff’s recommendation for a rezoning from R-1C (Residential) to AR (Agricultural/Residential).  It is further recommended that the Board approve and authorize the Chairman’s signature on the attached associated resolution.