Planning Commission Agenda July 15, 2014 I. Call to

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Planning Commission Agenda July 15, 2014 I. Call to
Planning Commission
Agenda
July 15, 2014
I.
II.
III.
Call to Order
Approval of Minutes
Consent Agenda
1. Lot 2, Sunshine School Subdivision
2309 Southeast Moberly Lane
Property Line Adjustment
2. Lot 1 Woodlands at Creekside
NW ‘A’ Street
IV.
Lot Split
3. Landers Mclarty CDJR
2201 Southeast Moberly Lane
Large Scale Development
4. Jarden Building (Coleman)
209 Southwest 34th Street
Large Scale Development
New Business
1. Cole (R-O, Residential Office to C-2, General Commercial)
Southeast Corner of Southeast 20th Street and Southeast Moberly Lane
Rezoning*
2. Allied Bank, Terrell, Reynolds, & LB Granata Inc.
(R-1, Single Family Residential to C-2, General Commercial)
Braithwaite Park Addition (N. Walton Blvd. & NW 14th Street)
Rezoning*
3. Craig Soos (Ramo D’ Olivo)
215 South Main Street Suite 3
Conditional Use*
4. Lots 12, 13, 14 & 15, Block 1,
Braithwaite Park Addition
N. Walton Blvd. & NW 14th Street
Property Line Adjustment
5. Woodlands at Creekside
NW ‘A’ Street (South of Compost Facility)
V.
VI.
Planner’s Report
Adjournment
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Large Scale Development
Planning Commission Staff Report
Property Line Adjustment: Lots 2, Sunshine School Subdivision
TO:
THRU:
FROM:
PC DATE:
Bentonville Planning Commission Members
Troy Galloway, AICP, Community Development Director
Jon Stanley, Planner
July 15, 2014
GENERAL INFORMATION:
H.T.E. Project Number: 14-07000022
Applicant/Current Owner: Alan Cole
Representative: Vernon Williams, P.E.
Requested Action: Property Line Adjustment Approval
Location: 2201 Southeast Moberly Lane
Existing Zoning: C-2, General Commercial & R-0, Residential Office
Land Use Plan: Commercial
BACKGROUND:
The applicant has submitted a property line adjustment to create one new lot from two existing lots
to be known as Lot 2 (9.91 acres) of the Sunshine School Subdivision. The plat also indicates the
dedication of a 20 feet utility easement along Southeast Moberly Lane.
SURROUNDING LAND USES AND ZONING:
Direction
North
Zoning
R-4, High Density Residential
Land Use
High Density Residential
South
C-2, General Commercial
Commercial
East
None (Interstate-49)
None (Interstate-49)
West
R-3, Medium Density Residential &
Office
High Density Residential & Office
STREETS
North
South
East
West
Direction
Name
Interstate 49
Southeast Moberly Lane
Classification
Expressway
Arterial
TRAFFIC FINDINGS
(a) Traffic data for the nearest intersections are as follows: N/A.
(b) Traffic summary software predicts the additional traffic for this project is: N/A.
STANDARD CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL
1.
A digital copy of the plat.
2.
All technical review comments must be addressed before building permits will be issued.
ISSUES / ANALYSIS:
Site Inspection: A site inspection was completed; this property is vacant within a commercial area.
Drainage Report: A drainage report is not required for this property line adjustment.
Water / Sewer: Per the G.I.S. site, water and sewer are available at this location.
Waiver(s): N/A
Analysis / Conclusion: This property line adjustment DOES meet the minimum requirements of
the subdivision regulations.
RECOMMENDATION:
Staff has reviewed this application and recommends APPROVAL.
Planning Commission Staff Report
Property Line Adjustment: Lots 1, Woodlands at Creekside
TO:
THRU:
FROM:
PC DATE:
Bentonville Planning Commission Members
Troy Galloway, AICP, Community Development Director
Jon Stanley, Planner
July 15, 2014
GENERAL INFORMATION:
Project Number: 14-04000001
Owner: SJCSJ Properties of NWA, LLC
Applicant/Representative: Morrison Shipley Engineers, Inc. (Sammi May)
Engineer/Surveyor: Morrison Shipley Engineers, Inc.
Requested Action: Property Line Adjustment
Location: Northwest ‘A’ Street (South of city compost facility)
Existing Zoning: R-3, Medium Density Residential
Land Use Plan: Low Density Residential
BACKGROUND:
The applicant has submitted a Property Line Adjustment application for property located along
Northwest ‘A’ Street, immediately south of the city’s compost facility. The proposed plat as
provided indicates the creation of one lot to be known as Lot 1 (4.73 acres) of Woodlands at
Creekside subdivision. The plat also specifies the dedication of an additional 35 feet of right-of-way
along Northwest ‘A’ Street as well as the dedication of a utility drainage and access easement.
SURROUNDING LAND USES AND ZONING:
Direction
North
Zoning
A-1, Agricultural
Land Use
Public
South
R-3, Medium Density Residential
Low Density Residential
East
A-1, Agricultural
Public
West
A-1, Agricultural & R-1, Single
Family Residential
Low Density Residential
STREETS
North
South
East
West
Direction
Name
Northwest ‘A’ Street
Classification
Collector
STANDARD CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL
1.
A digital copy of the plat.
2.
All technical review comments must be addressed before building permits will be issued.
ISSUES / ANALYSIS:
Site Inspection: A site inspection was completed; this site is vacant within a residential area.
Drainage Report: A drainage report is not required for this lot split.
Water / Sewer: Per the G.I.S. site, water and sewer are available to this location.
Analysis / Conclusion: This lot split DOES MEET the minimum requirements of the subdivision
regulations.
RECOMMENDATION:
Staff has reviewed this application and recommends APPROVAL.
Planning Commission Staff Report
Large Scale Development: Landers Mclarty CDJR (2201 Southeast
Moberly Lane)
TO:
THRU:
FROM:
PC DATE:
Bentonville Planning Commission Members
Troy Galloway, AICP, Community Development Director
Jon Stanley, City Planner
July 15, 2014
GENERAL INFORMATION:
Project Number: 14-06000018
Owner/Developer: Alan Cole
Applicant/Representative: Vernon William, P.E.
Engineer/Surveyor: Robert Caster
Requested Action: Large Scale Development Approval
Location: 2201 Southeast Moberly Lane
Existing Zoning: C-2, General Commercial & R-O, Residential Office
Land Use Plan: Commercial
BACKGROUND:
The applicant has submitted Large Scale Development plans for a 45,880 square feet automotive
dealership located at 2201 Southeast Moberly Lane. The prosed development will include 702
parking spaces and on-site stormwater detention. The exterior of the building will be comprised of
Aluminum Composite, CUM’s, EFIS and store front glass.
PROJECT STATISTICS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
Site / Building Requirements
Required /
Allowed
Setbacks
Front: With Parking
50’
Front: Without Parking
20’
Side: Adjacent to Non-Residential District
7’
Side: Adjacent to Residential District
30’
Rear: Adjacent to Non-Residential District
20’
Rear: Adjacent to Residential District
30’
Height
Landscape Coverage
Parking
Standard Stalls
Handicap Stalls
Total:
Proposed
190’/West & 242’/North
35’
260’
-
60’
15%
32’
15%
226
8
234
694
8
702
SURROUNDING LAND USES AND ZONING:
Direction
North
Zoning
R-4, High Density Residential
Land Use
High Density Residential
South
C-2, General Commercial
Commercial
East
None
None
West
R-3, Medium Density Residential
High Density Residential
STREETS
Direction
North
South
East
West
Name
Southeast 20th Street
Interstate 49
Southeast Moberly Lane
Classification
Local
Expressway
Arterial
TRAFFIC FINDINGS
(a) Traffic data for the nearest intersections are as follows:
STANDARD CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL
1.
A digital copy of the plat.
2.
All technical review comments must be addressed before building permits will be issued.
3.
The building will be constructed with similar exterior materials of those submitted and
approved by the planning commission.
ISSUES / ANALYSIS:
Site Inspection: A site inspection was completed; this site is vacant within a commercial area.
Drainage Report: A drainage report was submitted and tentatively approved by the city engineer.
Water / Sewer: Per the G.I.S. site, water and sewer are available to this site.
.
Waiver(s): There are NO waiver requests for this project.
Analysis / Conclusion: This large scale development DOES meet the minimum requirements of
the subdivision regulations.
RECOMMENDATION:
Staff has reviewed this application and recommends APPROVAL.
Planning Commission Staff Report
Large Scale Development: Jarden Building (209 Southeast 34th Street)
TO:
THRU:
FROM:
PC DATE:
Bentonville Planning Commission Members
Troy Galloway, AICP, Community Development Director
Jon Stanley, City Planner
July 15, 2014
GENERAL INFORMATION:
Project Number: 14-06000019
Owner/Developer: Morrison Tract Two, LLC
Applicant/Representative: Sand Creek Engineering (Ken Booth)
Engineer/Surveyor: Sand Creek Engineering (Ken Booth)
Requested Action: Large Scale Development Approval
Location: 209 Southeast 34th Street
Existing Zoning: C-2, General Commercial
Land Use Plan: Commercial
BACKGROUND:
The applicant has submitted Large Scale Development plans for a commercial facility located at 209
Southeast 34th Street. Per the submitted plans the applicant is proposing to construct a 45,000 square
feet commercial center with 129 parking spaces. Stromwater detention is being provided on-site and
the exterior of the building will be constructed of brick and architectural zinc panels.
PROJECT STATISTICS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
Site / Building Requirements
Required /
Allowed
Setbacks
Front: With Parking
50’
Front: Without Parking
20’
Side: Adjacent to Non-Residential District
7’
Side: Adjacent to Residential District
30’
Rear: Adjacent to Non-Residential District
20’
Rear: Adjacent to Residential District
30’
Height
Landscape Coverage
Parking
Standard Stalls
Handicap Stalls
Total:
Proposed
50’/South & 30’/West
35’
260’
-
60’
10%
21’
10.11%
109
3
112
124
5
129
SURROUNDING LAND USES AND ZONING:
Direction
North
Zoning
C-2, General Commercial
Land Use
Commercial
South
C-2, General Commercial
Commercial
East
C-2, General Commercial
Commercial
West
C-2, General Commercial
Commercial
STREETS
Direction
North
South
East
West
Name
Southeast 34th Street
Southeast Macy Road
Classification
Local
Local
TRAFFIC FINDINGS
(a) Traffic data for the nearest intersections are as follows:
STANDARD CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL
1.
A digital copy of the plat.
2.
All technical review comments must be addressed before building permits will be issued.
3.
The building will be constructed with similar exterior materials of those submitted and
approved by the planning commission.
ISSUES / ANALYSIS:
Site Inspection: A site inspection was completed; this site is vacant within a commercial area.
Drainage Report: A drainage report was submitted and tentatively approved by the city engineer.
Water / Sewer: Per the G.I.S. site, water and sewer are available to this site.
.
Waiver(s): There are NO waiver requests for this project.
Analysis / Conclusion: This large scale development DOES meet the minimum requirements of
the subdivision regulations.
RECOMMENDATION:
Staff has reviewed this application and recommends APPROVAL.
PC Meeting of: July 15, 2014
305 S.W. “A” Street
Bentonville, AR 72212
Telephone: (479) 271-3126
Fax: (479) 271-5906
The City of Bentonville, Arkansas
REZONING: Cole, R-O, Residential Office to C-2, General Commercial
Current Planning Division Correspondence: Planning Commission Staff Report
TO:
FROM:
THRU:
DATE:
City of Bentonville, Arkansas Planning Commission
Jon Stanley, Planner
Troy Galloway, AICP, Community Development Director
July 15, 2014
GENERAL INFORMATION
H.T.E. Project Number: 14-09000017
Applicant/Current Owner: Alan Cole
Representative: Vernon Williams, P.E.
Requested Action: Rezoning
Location: Southeast Corner of Southeast 20th Street and Southeast Moberly Lane
Existing Zoning: R-0, Residential Office
Proposed Zoning: C-2, General Commercial
Future Land Use Map Designation: Commercial
BACKGROUND / HISTORY
Property Description/Site Inspection: A site inspection was completed; this property is vacant within a
commercial area.
Previous Rezoning Requests for this Property: There are no known rezoning requests for this property.
Surrounding Land Uses & Zonings:
Direction
Current Land Use
North
South
East
Multifamily Apartments
Commercial
Interstate 49
West
Multifamily Apartments
Future Land Use Map
Designation
R-4, High Density Residential High Density Residential
C-2, General Commercial
Commercial
None
Interstate 49
R-3, Medium Density
High Density Residential & Office
Residential
Existing Zoning
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Surrounding Streets & Classifications:
Direction Name
Master Street Plan
Classification
North
South
East
Interstate 49
Expressway
West
Southeast Moberly Lane
Arterial
Current Condition
4 lane divided interstate
2 lane asphalt with center turn
lane and curb and gutter
LEGAL NOTIFICATIONS
Public Notice: On June 4, 2014, the property owner and/or representative mailed certified public notices to
property owners within a 200 foot radius of the subject site and staff published a legal notice in the Arkansas
Democrat-Gazette, Northwest Arkansas Addition on June 20, 2104. In addition, staff posted a notice of public
hearing sign on the property on June 30, 2014. This DOES meet legal noticing requirements and are adequate
for the scope of this rezoning application.
RELATIONSHIP TO THE GENERAL PLAN AND FUTURE LAND USE MAP
1.
A determination of the degree to which the proposed zoning is consistent with land use planning
objectives, principles, and policies and with land use and zoning plans.
Finding(s) of Staff: The future land use plan depicts this property as Commercial. Southeast Moberly
Lane is a major arterial street and the subject property is bordered to the east by the I540 corridor. The proposed zoning designation would allow for future redevelopment
along a corridor that is established with many existing commercial businesses.
2.
A determination as to whether the proposed zoning would create or appreciably increase traffic danger
and congestion.
Finding(s) of Staff:
The proposed zoning does have the potential to cause an adverse effect on
current traffic danger and congestion. The impact on traffic conditions will be assessed at the
time of development and improvements will be provided as needed to alleviate concerns.
3.
A determination as to whether the proposed zoning would significantly alter the population density
and thereby undesirably increase the load on public services including schools, emergency services,
and water and sewer facilities.
Finding(s) of Staff:
Water and sewer are available at this location. Pressure and capacity is
adequate for the scope of the project.
ANALYSIS, CONCLUSION, & SUMMARY
The rezoning request is consistent with the City of Bentonville’s Future Land Use Map, which depicts this
property as Commercial.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION
Staff has reviewed this application and based on the findings presented in this staff report, staff recommends
APPROVAL of this rezoning from R-O, Residential Office to C-2, General Commercial.
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PC Meeting of: July 15, 2014
305 S.W. “A” Street
Bentonville, AR 72212
Telephone: (479) 271-3126
Fax: (479) 271-5906
The City of Bentonville, Arkansas
REZONING: Allied Bank, Terrell, Reynolds & LB Granata, Inc., R-1, Single Family
Residential to C-2, General Commercial
Current Planning Division Correspondence: Planning Commission Staff Report
TO:
FROM:
THRU:
DATE:
City of Bentonville, Arkansas Planning Commission
Jon Stanley, Planner
Troy Galloway, AICP, Community Development Director
July 15, 2014
GENERAL INFORMATION
H.T.E. Project Number: 14-09000018
Applicant/Current Owner: Allied Bank (parcel #’s 01-01522-000, & 01-01520-000,) Thomas & Judith
Terrell (parcel #’s 01-01523-000, 01-01521-000, 01-01518-001), Judith Phillips (parcel # 01-01523-001),
Thomas & Nicole Reynolds (parcel # 01-01517-000), LB Granata Inc. (parcel # 01—1519-000)
Representative: Stephen Giles
Requested Action: Rezoning
Location: Braithwaite Park Addition (North Walton Boulevard & Northwest 14th Street)
Existing Zoning: Front 350 feet bordering Walton Boulevard is C-2 and the remaining portion is R-1,
Single Family Residential
Proposed Zoning: All to C-2, General Commercial
Future Land Use Map Designation: Commercial
BACKGROUND / HISTORY
Property Description/Site Inspection: A site inspection was completed; this property is currently the site of
the old bowling alley and is unoccupied.
Previous Rezoning Requests for this Property: There are no known rezoning requests for this property
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Surrounding Land Uses & Zonings:
Direction
Current Land Use
North
Vacant/Commercial
South
East
West
Single Family
Residential
Single Family
Residential
Vacant
Future Land Use Map
Designation
Existing Zoning
C-2, General Commercial and R-MPH,
Manufactured Home Residential
C-2, General Commercial & R-1, Single
Family Residential
Commercial & Low
Density Residential
R-1, Single Family Residential
Low Density Residential
C-2, General Commercial
Commercial
Surrounding Streets & Classifications:
Direction
Name
Master Street Plan
Classification
North
Northwest 15th Street
Local
South
Northwest 14th Street
Local
East
West
North Walton
Arterial
Boulevard
Commercial
Current Condition
2 lane
2 lane
4 lanes with center turn lane - curb and gutter
LEGAL NOTIFICATIONS
Public Notice: On June 30, 2014, the property owner and/or representative mailed certified public notices to
property owners within a 200 foot radius of the subject site and staff published a legal notice in the Arkansas
Democrat-Gazette, Northwest Arkansas Addition on June 28, 2104. In addition, staff posted a notice of public
hearing sign on the property on June 30, 2014. This DOES meet legal noticing requirements and are adequate
for the scope of this rezoning application.
RELATIONSHIP TO THE GENERAL PLAN AND FUTURE LAND USE MAP
1.
A determination of the degree to which the proposed zoning is consistent with land use planning
objectives, principles, and policies and with land use and zoning plans.
Finding(s) of Staff:
2.
The intent of the General plan and the Future Land Use Map is to create
activity and commercial corridors along major arterial corridors. Walton
Boulevard (State Highway 71B). This portion of Walton Boulevard is a
commercial corridor and allows the vehicular traffic that utilize it, as well as the
neighborhoods that border it, means to obtain goods and utilize services in the
Northwest part of the city.
A determination as to whether the proposed zoning would create or appreciably increase traffic danger
and congestion.
Finding(s) of Staff:
The proposed zoning does have the potential to cause an adverse effect on
current traffic danger and congestion. The impact on traffic conditions will be
assessed at the time of development and improvements will be provided as
needed to alleviate concerns.
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3.
A determination as to whether the proposed zoning would significantly alter the population density
and thereby undesirably increase the load on public services including schools, emergency services,
and water and sewer facilities.
Finding(s) of Staff:
Water and sewer are available at this location. Pressure and capacity is
adequate for the scope of the project.
ANALYSIS, CONCLUSION, & SUMMARY
The proposed zoning classification is consistent with the City of Bentonville’s Future Land Use Map, which
depicts this property as commercial.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION
Staff has reviewed this application and based on the findings presented in this staff report, staff recommends
APPROVAL of this rezoning from R-1, Single Family Residential to C-2, General Commercial.
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Planning Commission Staff Report
Conditional Use: Craig Soos
Project Number: 14-02000010
TO:
THRU:
FROM:
PC DATE:
Bentonville Planning Commission Members
Troy Galloway, ACIP, Community Development Director
Jon Stanley, Planner
July 15, 2014
GENERAL INFORMATION:
Applicant: Craig Soos
Representative: Thomas Gheen
Requested Action: Conditional Use Permit Approval
Location: 215 South Main Street, Suite 3
Existing Zoning: DC, Downtown Core
Land Use Plan: Mixed Use
Proposed Use: Specialty Retail Shop and sale of light wine and beer for on-site consumption
BACKGROUND:
The applicant has submitted a Conditional Use application to allow the sale of beer and or light wine
within 500 feet of a city owned and maintained park or trail for property located at 215 South Main
Street, Suite 3. The consumption of alcohol would be limited to on-site only. Additionally the retail
venue would also include olive oil, balsamic vinegar a limited selection of breads, cheese and cold
meats and olive oil based health and beauty products and accessories. Hours of operation will be
11:00am to 7:00pm, seven days a week with no alcohol sales on Sundays. Public parking will be
utilized. Customer volume is anticipated to average 4 per hour and a total customer base of 32 per
day. Larger delivers will access from South Main Street while smaller daily delivers will access from
the alley on the east side. There will be two full time employees and one part time employee.
SURROUNDING LAND USES AND ZONING:
Direction
North
Zoning
DC, Downtown Core
Land Use
Mixed Use
South
DC, Downtown Core
Mixed Use
East
C-3, Central Commercial
Mixed Use
West
DC, Downtown Core
Mixed Use & Public
STREETS
Direction
North
South
East
West
Name
Southwest Main Street
Classification
Collector
Site Inspection : A site inspection was completed; this property is an existing vacant building within
a Mixed Use area.
Public Notice: On June 26, 2014 a notice was published in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Northwest
Arkansas Addition and a public hearing notice sign was posted on the property on June 30, 2014. This
does meet legal noticing requirements and is adequate for the scope of this project.
CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL:
1.
All technical review comments must be addressed before building permits are issued.
2.
It shall be unlawful to sell, offer for sale or give away at wholesale or retail for the
consumption off the premises, beer and/or light wine of every kind and type and/or
packaged intoxicating liquors to include alcoholic beverages of every kind and type:
Before the hour of 7:00 am and after the hour of 10:00 pm.
3.
The conditional use is for the 930 square feet foot print provided by the applicant.
4.
All licenses be obtained from the Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) and any other
regulatory boards or committees that pertain to the sale of alcohol in the State of
Arkansas.
ISSUES / ANALYSIS:
SEC. 301.6. Planning Commission
E. Standards for Approval. In carrying out the purpose of this section, the Commission’s
consideration shall include, but not be limited to, the following development standards and design
specifics. The appropriateness of these standards shall be determined at the discretion of the
Planning Commission for each specific conditional use location.
1. The proposed use shall be so designated, located and operated so that the public health,
safety and welfare will be protected.
2. The proposed land use shall be compatible with other area properties located near it.
3. The proposed use shall be in compliance with the provision of “Conditional Uses” as set out
in this Ordinance.
4. The proposed use shall be in conformance with all applicable provisions stated in this
Ordinance for the district in which the use is to be located. The use shall facilitate public
convenience at that location.
5. The proposed conditional use shall be in conformance with all off-street parking and loading
requirements of this Ordinance and ingress and egress and pedestrian ways shall be
adequate.
6. Safeguards limiting noxious or offensive emissions, including lighting, noise, glare, dust and
odor shall have been addressed in the proposed use application.
7. Landscaping and screening of the proposed use shall be in accordance with these Ordinance
regulations and the City of Bentonville landscaping regulations.
8. Proposed use signage shall be in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance.
9. Open space located on the proposed use shall be maintained by the owner/developer.
10. The size and shape of the site, including size, shape and arrangement of proposed structures
shall be in keeping with the intent of this Ordinance.
11. The Planning Commission shall in no case authorize less than minimum requirements of the
Ordinance relating to height, area, setbacks, parking or landscaping.
12. The Planning Commission shall not permit any use in a zone as a conditional use that is not
permitted under the Zoning Ordinance.
The conditional use is allowed on appeal in the (DC, Downtown Core) district.
Allowed under the Protective Covenants of the subdivision. Not applicable
To date staff NOT been contacted regarding this request.
RECOMMENDATION:
Staff has reviewed this application and recommends APPROVAL.
Planning Commission Staff Report
Property Line Adjustment: Lots 12, 13, 14 & 15, Block 1, Braithwaite
Park Addition
TO:
THRU:
FROM:
PC DATE:
Bentonville Planning Commission Members
Troy Galloway, AICP, Community Development Director
Jon Stanley, Planner
July 15, 2014
GENERAL INFORMATION:
H.T.E. Project Number: 14-07000021
Applicant/Current Owner: Allied Bank (parcel #’s 01-01522-000, & 01-01520-000,) Thomas &
Judith Terrell (parcel #’s 01-01523-000, 01-01521-000, 01-01518-001), Judith Phillips (parcel # 0101523-001), Thomas & Nicole Reynolds (parcel # 01-01517-000), LB Granata Inc. (parcel # 01—
1519-000)
Representative: Stephen Giles
Requested Action: Property Line Adjustment Approval
Location: North Walton Boulevard & Northwest 14th Street
Existing Zoning: Front 350 feet bordering Walton Boulevard is C-2 and the remaining portion is
R-1, Single Family Residential
Land Use Plan: Commercial
BACKGROUND:
The applicant has submitted a property line adjustment to create four new lots from six existing lots
to be known as Lot 12, (7.13 acres), Lot 13, (.70 acres), Lot 14, (.72 acres) and Lot 15, (1.08 acres) of
Braithwaite Park Addition. Additional right-of-way is being dedicated along Northwest 14th & 15th
Streets as well as Bella Vista Road to meet the requirements of the city’s Master Street Plan as well as
the dedication of utility easements for both existing and future utilities. The plat also indicates the
dedication of right-of way for future expansion of NW 15th Street to North Walton Boulevard.
SURROUNDING LAND USES AND ZONING:
Direction
North
East
Zoning
C-2, General Commercial and R-MPH,
Manufactured Home Residential
C-2, General Commercial & R-1, Single
Family Residential
R-1, Single Family Residential
Commercial & Low Density
Residential
Low Density Residential
West
C-2, General Commercial
Commercial
South
Land Use
Commercial
STREETS
North
South
Direction
Name
Northwest 15th Street
Northwest 14th Street
Classification
Local
Local
East
West
North Walton Boulevard
Arterial
TRAFFIC FINDINGS
(a) Traffic data for the nearest intersections are as follows: N/A.
(b) Traffic summary software predicts the additional traffic for this project is: N/A.
STANDARD CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL
1.
A digital copy of the plat.
2.
All technical review comments must be addressed before building permits will be issued.
ISSUES / ANALYSIS:
Site Inspection: A site inspection was completed; this property is currently the site of the old
bowling alley and is unoccupied.
Drainage Report: A drainage report is not required for this property line adjustment.
Water / Sewer: Per the G.I.S. site, water and sewer are available at this location.
Waiver(s): There is one waiver request for this project.
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Right-of-Way Dedication – The applicant is requesting a waiver to the Design
Standards Requirements for Dedication of Right of Way (Article 1100, Sec.
1100.5.B). The ordinance requires that subdivisions and large scale developments
dedicate sufficient right-of-way to bring those streets which the Master Street Plan
shows to abut or intersect the development into conformance with the right-of-way
requirements of the most recently adopted Master Street Plan for said streets. Bella
Vista Road is classified as a collector street which requires 35 feet of right-of-way
from centerline and 70’ overall.
Analysis / Conclusion: This property line adjustment DOES NOT meet the minimum
requirements of the subdivision regulations due to the waiver request.
RECOMMENDATION:
Staff has reviewed this application and recommends DENIAL.
Planning Commission Staff Report
Large Scale Development: Woodlands at Creekside
TO:
THRU:
FROM:
PC DATE:
Bentonville Planning Commission Members
Troy Galloway, AICP, Community Development Director
Jon Stanley, City Planner
July 15, 2014
GENERAL INFORMATION:
Project Number: 14-06000017
Applicant: Trinity Property Management, LLC
Representative: Morrison Shipley Engineers, Inc. (Sammi May)
Requested Action: Large Scale Development Approval
Location: Northwest ‘A’ Street (South of city compost facility)
Existing Zoning: R-3, Medium Density Residential
Land Use Plan: Low Density Residential
BACKGROUND:
The applicant has submitted a Large Scale Development application for a 50 unit apartment
complex. The will be a total of 5 separate buildings. One unit will contain 12 one bedroom units
and be three stories tall, one unit will contain 2 one bedroom units and be single story and the other
three units will contain 12 two bedroom units each and be three stories tall. 78 on-site parking
spaces are being provided. On-site detention is also being provided. Street improvements will be
constructed along Northwest ‘A’ Street. The exterior of the building will be constructed of brick,
lapped fiber cement siding, steel railings and vinyl shutters.
PROJECT STATISTICS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
Site / Building Requirements
Required / Allowed
Proposed
Front:
Side Interior (North):
Side Interior (South)
Side Exterior:
Rear:
20’
10’
10’
20’
25’
20’
15’
10’
660’
Height
Landscape Coverage
Parking
Standard Stalls
Handicap Stalls
Total:
40’
8%
34’/3 Story & 16’/1 Story
8%
72
3
75
74
4
78
Setbacks
SURROUNDING LAND USES AND ZONING:
Direction
North
Zoning
A-1, Agricultural
Land Use
Public
South
R-3, Medium Density Residential
Low Density Residential
East
A-1, Agricultural
Public
West
A-1, Agricultural & R-1, Single
Family Residential
Low Density Residential
STREETS
North
South
East
West
Direction
Name
Northwest ‘A’ Street
Classification
Collector
TRAFFIC FINDINGS
(a) Traffic data for the nearest intersections are as follows: N/A
STANDARD CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL
1.
A digital copy of the plat.
2.
All technical review comments must be addressed before building permits will be issued.
3.
Once installed, landscaping shall be maintained in healthy living condition and all plant
material that dies shall be replaced. (Sec 1400.5.C-10)
4.
The building will be constructed with similar exterior materials of those submitted and
approved by the planning commission.
ISSUES / ANALYSIS:
Site Inspection: A site inspection was completed; this site is vacant within a residential area.
Drainage Report: A drainage report was submitted and tentatively approved by the city engineer.
Water / Sewer: Per the G.I.S. site, water and sewer ARE available to this site.
Waiver(s): N/A
Analysis / Conclusion: This large scale development DOES meet the minimum requirements of
the subdivision regulations.
RECOMMENDATION:
Staff has reviewed this application and recommends APPROVAL.