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L~~vED - City of Dunnellon
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November 6, 2012
City of Dunnellon
Community Development Department
Mr. Harold Home
20750 River Drive
Dunnellon, FL 34431
Dear Mr. Home:
As per your request, this letter shall serve to confirm our agreement that the City of Dunnellon
desires to purchase my property located at 12008 Deleware Street, Dunnellon, Florida. The
proposed purchase price is $70,000 cash. I expect to pay costs typically associated with the sale
of a residential property and upon notification of acceptance, acknowledged by payment of a
deposit in the amount of 10%, to be deposited in escrow with the closing agent and written
acceptance acknowledged below, and returned with the deposit, then I will place this
agreement with my agent to arrange for closing on or before December, 31, 2012. Taxes
shall be pro-rated date of closing and conveyance shall be by Warranty Deed with title
insurance of an even amount to support the transfer. The house will be delivered to the City of
Dunnellon unfurnished with the exception of the kitchen appliances The house and kitchen
appliances are believed to be in excellent repair, thus I make no further representations about
the property. This transaction shall be completed subject to the State of Florida generally
accepted practices for settlement of residential real estate. I would ask that the City give
reasonable notice to the tenant so that he may relocate with as little inconvenience as possible.
.
Sincerely,
Janet~L Ledsome
City of Dunnellon
Acceptance by:
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City of Dunnellon
Planning and Zoning Application
Application No.: PZ1213019
Date: November 1, 2012
Applicant Name:
Address:
City of Dunnellon
Phone#_352-465-8500
Fax # 3524658505
Email Address: [email protected]
20750 River Drive
Dunnellon, FL 34431
Applicant is:
Li Owner
Owner(s) Name:
Address:
I~ Agent
Li Purchaser
Janet Ledsome
Li Lessee
Li Other•
Phone #
Fax #
Email Address:
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2491 NE Cherry Lake Circle
Pinetta, FL 32350-2155
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Application Type
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Annexation
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Lot Line Deviation
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Site Plan Review
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Final Plat
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Road/Easement Vacation Li
Other:
Rezoning
Variance-Residential
Preliminary Plat Review
Special Exception Use
Concurrency Review
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Comprehensive Plan Amendment
Administrative Appeal
Variance-Commercial
Construction Plan Review
Planned Unit Development
Reason for Request: In accordance with the terms of sale for subject property
Project Title (Site Plans, future/existing subdivisions only): _____________________________________
Property Address: 12008 Delaware St.
Property Size (acres): 0.38
Parcel ID Number: 3380-0474-00
Existing Use of Property: Single Family Residence
Existing Zoning: R3
Existing Land Use: Traditional Neighborhood
Current number of structures on the property: I
Type of structure(s) on property (house, shed, etc.): single family residence
Proposed Use of Property: Public office building and public parking
Proposed Zoning: (P) Public
Proposed Land Use: Same
Please Explain Your Request for the Proposed Zoning and/or Future Land Use: The city has made an
offer to purchase the subject property for additional public parking and additional city office space.
What utilities currently exist on the site?
~ Water
I~ Sewer
U Well
U Septic
U None
What utilities are proposed to be used?
U Water
U Sewer
U Well
U Septic
~ None
Have any previous applications been filed within the last year in connection with this property?
UYes
~No
If yes, please describe and give Application Numbers: ____________________________________
Submittal Requirements: Check Box For Each Item You Are Attaching
All Applications MUST provide the following:
U Required advertising to placed in: I~ Riverland News (default) I~ Ocala Star Banner (expedited)
U Completed Planning & Zoning Application
U Copy of the Recorded Deed(s) for the property
U Copy of Property Record Card(s) (Available online at http:!/www.pa.marion.fl.us)
U Owner’s / Agent’s Affidavit (Last page of this Application)
All
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Applications MUST provide the following upon request by the City:
Lot Plan
Survey of the Property
Diagram
Specific Attachments:
U Annexation: Complete Electronic Legal Description in MS Word Format
Annexation Letter (sample attached)
U Large Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment (LSCPA): Complete Electronic Legal Description in MS
Word Format
U Variance: Survey of property detailing variance request
U Special Exception: Survey of property detailing special exception request
U Site Plan Approval: 7 copies of site plan and 1 electronic copy
U Preliminary Plat Application: 7 copies of site plan and 1 electronic copy
U Construction Plan Approval: 3 copies of site plan and 1 electronic copy
Li Final Plat Application: 7 copies of site plan and 1 electronic copy
U Road / Lot / Parcel / Plat / Easement Vacation: Survey detailing request
U Planned Unit Development (PUD) Zoning: 7 copies of site plan and 1 electronic copy
U Other: ______________________________________
ONLY CONCURRENT ANNEXATION. REZOMNG. AND COMPREHENSWE PLAN
AMENDMENTS ARE ALLOWED ON A SINGLE APPLICATION
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: PLEASE READ
The applicant is requested to be present during the public hearing before the Planning Commission and City
Council. Although a city employee may be present, they are there to give advice and answer questions only.
If for any reason you cannot attend the scheduled meeting, please contact the Community Development
Department at (352) 465-8500. Your application may be tabled until a new public hearing can be scheduled
and advertised.
Fee Schedule
Application Fees are required at the time the application is submitted.
Voluntary Annexation
Re-zoning
Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment ~ 10 acres
Large Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment> 10 acres
Variance
Special Exception Use
Vacation of Plat
Abrogation
Concurrency Application
Developer’s Agreement
Amendment to Developer’s Agreement
Site Plan
$500.00
$500.00
$1,200 .00
$2,500 .00
$500.00
$750.00
$750.00
$750.00
$1,000.00
$6,000.00
$3,000.00
First 10,000 square feet
Each Additional 10,000 square feet or portion thereof
Minor Site Plan Review (Improvements to existing site)
Subdivisions
$250.00
$150.00 (maximum of $2,500.0
$500.00
Pre-Conceptual Plan Fee
$300.00
First 15 lots
16 lots or more
Plus (per lot or parcel)
$250.00
$500.00
$25.00
$600.00
$30.00
Preliminary Plat
Improvement (Construction) Plan Review
Plus (per 100 feet of roadway)
Final Plat
First 15 lots
16 lots or more
Plus per lot or parcel
PUD (Required if Site Plan Approval was not part of the PUD Comp Plan Amendment
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$250.00
$500.00
$25.00
$2,500.00
$250.00
$15,000.00
$50.00
$50.00
Admin Appeal to the City Council
D.R.I.
Written Zoning Verification
Admm Fee
The applicant shall pay all costs of advertising and other fees, including attorney fees in
accordance with the City of Dunnellon Code of Ordinances, Chapter 94, Planning, Article II,
Planning Commission, Section 94.37 (16).
Prior to Application Hearing before City Council ALL Incurred Fees to date MUST Be Paid to
the City Clerk’s Office. If you have any questions regarding any outstanding fees, please contact
the City Clerk’s office at (352) 465-8500.
Fees Are Non-Refundable. Unless The ADDlication Is Withdrawn., In Writing. Within
Five (5’) Business Days Of Submittal (Not Including City-Observed Holidays), Unless
Otherwise Approved By The City Manaaer Or By Majority Vote Of The City Council.
Digitally signed by Harold H. Home
DN: cn=Harold H. Home, o=City of Dunnellon, ou=Community
Development, email=hhorne~dunneIIon.org, c=US
Applicant
November 1, 2012
Date
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ORDINANCE #0RD2012-08
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF DUNNELLON, FLORIDA;
AMENDING APPENDIX ‘A’ ZONING OF THE DUNNELLON CODE OF
ORDINANCES, SECTION 6.3, ENTITLED ZONING MAPS, REZONING
0.38 ACRES LEGALLY DESCRIBED ON THE MARION COUNTY TAX
ROLLS
AS
PARCEL NUMBER
3380-0474-00 AND
MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS SEC 35, TWP 16, RGE 18, PLAT
BOOK A, PAGE 174, DUNNELLON, LOTS 473, 474, 475 FROM (R-3)
MULTIPLE DWELLING TO (P) PUBLIC; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR THE REPEAL OF INCONSISTENT
ORDINANCES; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Dunnellon has adopted a Comprehensive Plan which
contains a Future Land Use Map and its corresponding Future Land Use Categories; and
WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Dunnellon has created zoning districts that are
compatible with the Future Land Use Map categories; and
WHEREAS, Section 13.11 of the City of Dunnellon Zoning Regulations provides for an
amendment to the Official Zoning District Map; and
WHEREAS, the City of Dunnellon desires to amend the Official Zoning District Map of the
Zoning Regulations by changing the zoning of the property legally described on the Marion County Tax
Rolls as Parcel Number 3380-0474-00 and more particularly described as SEC 35 TWP 16 RGE 18, Plat
Book A, Page 174, Dunnellon, Lots 473, 474, 475.
NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
DUNNELLON, FLORIDA THAT:
Section 1: The official Zoning District Map for the City of Dunnellon is hereby amended to
reflect the changes set forth in Exhibit ‘A’ attached hereto. To rezone the 0.38 acres legally described on
the Marion County Tax Rolls as Parcel Number 3380-0474-00 and more particularly described as SEC 35
TWP 16 RGE 18, Plat Book A, Page 174, Dunnellon, Lots 473, 474, 475 from (R-3) Multiple Dwelling to
(P) Public and the Official Zoning District Map is hereby amended to reflect that change as set forth in
Exhibit ‘A’.
Section 2. Severability: If any portion of this Ordinance shall be declared unconstitutional or if
the applicability of this Ordinance or any portion thereof, to any person or circumstance shall be held
invalid, the validity of the remainder of this Ordinance and the applicability of this Ordinance, or any
portion thereof, to other persons or circumstances, shall not be affected thereby. It is the specific intent of
the City Council of the City of Dunnellon that the severability as set forth above shall apply to this
Ordinance.
Section 3: Repeal of Inconsistent Ordinances: Any Ordinance in conflict with this Ordinance
is hereby repealed.
Section 4: Effective Date: This Ordinance shall become effective immediately upon approval by
the City Council.
Upon motion duly made and carried, the foregoing Ordinance was approved upon the first
reading on the 8th day of October, 2012.
Ordinance 2010-12, Rezoning Blue Run Ranches
Page 2
Upon motion duly made and carried, the foregoing Ordinance was approved and passed upon
the first and final reading on the 8th day of October, 2012.
Advertised in the Ocala Star Banner on _____________________________ and the Riverland News
on ________________________________ and on the City’s web site on
Advertised in the Ocala Star Banner and the Riverland News on ________________________ and on
the City’s website on ___________________________
Attested by:
CITY OF DUNNELLON
Dawn M. Bowne, M.M.C.
City Clerk
Fred R. Ward, Mayor
Approved as to Form and Correctness:
Marsha Segal-George, City Attorney
Fowler & O’Quinn, P.A.
Empire Building
28 W. Central Blvd. 4th Floor
Orlando, Florida 32801
(407) 425~2684.
CERTIFICATE OF POSTING
I HEREBY CERTIFY that copies of the foregoing Ordinance were posted at City Hall, the Chamber
of Commerce, and the Dunnellon Library, in the City of Dunnellon, Florida, and on the City’s Official
website this ____________________________________
I HEREBY CERTIFY that copies of the foregoing Ordinance were posted at City Hall, the Chamber
of Commerce, and the Dunnellon Library, in the City of Dunnellon, Florida, and on the City’s Official
website this
___________
Dawn M. Bowne, MMC
City Clerk
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Ordinance 20 10-12, Rezoning ~1ue Run Ranches
Page 3
Exhibit ‘A’
City of Dun nellon
Marion County, FL
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RESOLUTION RES#2012-21
A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF DUNNELLON, FLORIDA, RECOMMENDING THAT
THE CITY COUNCIL APPROVE A REQUEST TO AMEND
APPENDIX ‘A’ OF THE DUNNELLON CODE OF ORDINANCES
BY SPECIFICALLY AMENDING SECTION 6.3 ENTITLED,
“ZONING DISTRICT MAPS”, REZONING 0.38 ACRES LEGALLY
DESCRIBED ON THE MARION COUNTY TAX ROLLS AS
PARCEL NUMBER 3380-0474-00 AND MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS SEC 35, TWP 16, RGE 18, PLAT BOOK A, PAGE
174, DUNNELLON, LOTS 473, 474, 475, FROM (R-3) MULTIPLE
DWELLING TO (P) PUBLIC, WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS
OF THE CITY OF DUNNELLON, FLORIDA.
WHEREAS, the City of Dunnellon Planning Commission held a Public Hearing to consider a
request for a rezoning from (R-3) Multiple Dwelling to (P) Public with regard to the property legally
described as Parcel Number 3380-0474-00 on the Marion County Tax Rolls and more particularly
described as SEC 35, TWP 16, RGE 18, Plat Book A, Page 174, Dunnellon, Lots 473, 474, 475.
WHEREAS, the City of Dunnellon Planning Commission has determined that a recommendation of
approval is consistent with Dunnellon’ s Land Development Code and its Comprehensive Plan.
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY OF DUNNELLON PLANNING
COMMISSION THAT:
A recommendation of approval with regard to the requested rezoning as set forth in Exhibit ‘A’ attached
hereto, will be forwarded to the City Council for their consideration.
Upon motion duly made and carried, the foregoing Resolution was approved this
______
day of
vote, the result was as follows;
Chairwoman Brenda D’Arville
Vice-Chairwoman Lisa Sheffield
Commissioner Al Lewison
Commissioner Vanwyck, Alternate
Commissioner Cowan, Alternate
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LJDid Not Vote
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DDid Not Vote
DDid Not Vote
Attested by:
PLANNING COMMISSION,
CITY OF DUNNELLON
Approved as to Legal Form:
BY: ______________________
Brenda D’Arville, Chairwoman
Planning Conm-iission, City of Dunnellon
BY:
This
This
______
day of
2012.
______________
Marsha Segal-George,
Assistant City Attorney
_____
day of ___________,2012.
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Marion County, FL
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APPLICATION INFORMATION
DATE OF HEARING:
September 18, 2012
REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF:
Re-Zoning
PUBLIC HEARING:
Quasi-Judicial
PROJECT NAME:
12008 Delaware Street
PROJECT NUMBER:
PZ1 112-083
RES#20 12-21
ORD#2012-08
PROPERTY LOCATION:
Project Address(es):
12008 Delaware Street
Legal Description:
SEC 35, TWP 16, RGE 18
Plat Book A, Page 174
Dunnellon
Lots 473, 474, 475
Parcel Number 3380-0474-00
PROJECT REPRESENTATIVE(S):
Applicant
City of Dunnellon
Property Owner
Janet Ledsome
EXISTING USE:
Single Family Residence
PROPOSED USE:
Public
PARCEL SIZE:
0.38 Acres
EXISTING F.L.U.M.:
Traditional Neighborhood
PROPOSED F.L.U.M.:
No change requested
ZONING:
(R3) Multiple Dwelling
PROPOSED ZONING:
(P) Public
APPLICABLE CODE:
Section 6.2, Appendix A, Zoning
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Additional Parking I Public Offices
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STAFF EVALUATION AND FINDINGS
PROPOSAL:
Re-zone the subject property from (R#) Multiple Dwelling to (P) Public.
2.
PLANNING COMMISSION REVIEW/RECOMMENDATION
CRITERIA:
The Planning Commission has an advisory role to the City Council in
processing a rezoning application. The Planning Commission will conduct a
Quasi-Judicial hearing in consideration of the rezoning request. The
applicant, staff, and interested parties will provide sworn testimony to the
Commission during the hearing. Following the public hearing the Planning
Commission will deliberate and make a recommendation to the City Council;
to approve or deny the request.
In making its determination the Planning Commission should consider
conformance with the land use designation, compatibility with adjacent
zoning designation, and concurrency issues. The Planning Commission may
include conditions to mitigate issues identified at the public hearing as part of
its recommendation to the City Council.
3.
CONCURRENCY:
The Dunnellon Community Redevelopment Plan identifies traffic
management and improved parking within the Historic District as a purpose of
the plan. The plan specifically includes the development of Datesman Park to
provide both parking and a gathering place for special events. The City has
however the stated goal has not been met.
Datesman Park has insufficient area to meet the parking demands for the
Historic District and the gazebo area can only accommodate a small gathering.
Florida Statutes Sections 163.358 (4) and 163.70 empower the Community
Redevelopment Agency to acquire property and to construct parking and
parks to accomplish a Community Redevelopment Plan.
4.
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENTS:
The expansion of Datesman Park across Delaware Street to the subject parcel
will provide additional parking and park space as envisioned by the CRA
Plan.
5.
CROSS ACCESS:
N/A
6.
DEVELOPER’S AGREEMENT:
N/A
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3
7.
VARIANCES:
None
8.
HISTORIC AND SPECIMEN TREES AND TREE REMOVAL.
(CITE CODE PROVISIONS):
In order to accommodate the additional parking for the CRA district, the
removal of some trees may be necessary. The City will remain in compliance
with City Code Chapter 74 Vegetation, Article III Trees.
9.
OPEN SPACE:
N/A
10.
NEIGHBORHOOD COMPATIBILITY:
The subject property has no immediate adjacent residences. The Greenlight
Dunnellon Communications building is to the northwest and adjacent to the
property, north of the property is commercial development, southeast is Public
and residential property, south and directly adjacent is a vacant lot, to the
southwest is vacant and residential property. The future development of the
site should be subject to buffering of these residences from any Public use.
11.
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN COMPATIBILITY:
The existing (R3) and proposed (P) zoning are allowed within the Traditional
Neighborhood land use designation.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
The applicant is seeking a re-zoning from (R3) Multiple Dwelling to (P) Public;
staff recommends approval of the rezoning to (P) with the condition that the
future development of the site should be subject to buffering of those residential
properties from any Public use.
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