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the City of Newnan
Newnan City Council Meeting
March 26, 2013 - 6:30 P.M.
AGENDA
CALL TO ORDER – Mayor Keith Brady
INVOCATION
READING OF MINUTES
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Minutes from Regular Meeting on March 14, 2013 .................................................................. Tab A
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Minutes from Retreat Meeting on March 14, 2013 ................................................................... Tab B
REPORTS OF BOARDS AND COMMISSION
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1 Appointment – Howard Warner Committee – Unexpired term to expire at Project
Completion
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1 Appointment – Newnan Development Authority – Unexpired 4 year term to expire
October 2015
REPORTS ON OPERATIONS BY CITY MANAGER
REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS FROM MAYOR
NEW BUSINESS
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An Ordinance to Amend Chapter 3, Alcoholic Beverages, of the Code of
Ordinances of the City of Newnan, Georgia to Provide for the Regulation of Sales
and Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages at the Newnan Centre; to Provide for
Severability; to Repeal Conflicting Ordinances; and for Other Purposes ................................ Tab C
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Recommendation for Stillwood Drive Drainage Improvements ................................................ Tab D
NEWNAN CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA
March 26, 2013 @ 6:30 P.M.
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UNFINISHED BUSINESS
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48 Fair Street – Status Report .................................................................................................. Tab E
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Public Hearing – Annexation Request by Dennis Drewyer on behalf of Ted
Justiss that 6.2+ acres located off of Lower Fayetteville Road be annexed into
the City Limits with requested zoning CCS (Community Shopping Center District) ................ Tab F
 Ordinance to annex to the existing corporate limits of the City of Newnan,
Georgia certain unincorporated land adjoining the existing corporate
limits of said City in accordance with Section 36-36-21 of the Official
Code of Georgia, and for other purposes
 Ordinance to amend the Zoning Map for property located off Lower
Fayetteville Road, containing 6.2+ acres in land lots 11 and 22, of the
fifth land district, in the City of Newnan, Georgia
III Public Hearing – Proposed amendment to the City’s future land use map along
the future extension of McIntosh Parkway ...............................................................................Tab G
IV Consider adoption of drafted plan of Phase 1 of the citywide bicycle and
pedestrian plan ......................................................................................................................... Tab H
VISITORS, PETITIONS, COMMUNICATIONS & COMPLAINTS
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Summergrove Social Committee request to be allowed to place 3x3 signs at the
entrances to Summergrove along Lower Fayetteville Road and Newnan Crossing
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Blvd. on May 2 through May 4 and September 5 through September 7 for
their Semi-annual Summergrove Community Yard Sales ......................................................... Tab I
EXECUTIVE SESSION – LEGAL, PERSONNEL AND REAL ESTATE
ADJOURNMENT
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 3, ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, OF
THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF NEWNAN, GEORGIA TO
PROVIDE FOR THE REGULATION OF SALES AND CONSUMPTION OF
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AT THE NEWNAN CENTRE; TO PROVIDE FOR
SEVERABILITY; TO REPEAL CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; AND FOR
OTHER PURPOSES
WHEREAS, it has been determined that certain changes are necessary in
the text of Chapter 3, Alcoholic Beverages, of the Code of Ordinances of the City
of Newnan to provide for the regulation of sales and consumption of alcoholic
beverages at the Newnan Centre within the City.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED AND IT IS HEREBY ORDAINED
by the City Council of the City of Newnan, Georgia, and it is hereby ordained by
the authority of same:
Section I:
Sec. 3-23, Regulation of sales and consumption of alcoholic
beverages, of Article I, of Chapter 3, Alcoholic Beverages, to provide for the
regulation of sales and consumption of alcoholic beverages on the premises of
the Newnan Centre to read as follows:
(a) The sale of alcoholic beverages and consumption on the premises at
the Newnan Centre in the City of Newnan shall be allowed.
(b)
The consumption on the premises license provided for herein is
exempted from the food sale requirements provided for in Section 3-81 of this
chapter.
(c)
The City, through the Newnan Convention Center Authority (the
“Authority”) shall offer for bid an alcoholic beverage license, except as provided
in subsection (e) below, as follows:
1.
The Authority shall take bids for the consumption of alcoholic
beverages on the premises at the Newnan Centre;
2.
Each bid shall be according to the terms and provisions set forth
in the invitation to bid by the Authority.
3.
The right to sell alcoholic beverages under this bid system shall go
to the highest and best bidder which is deemed in the overall best interest of
the City, and shall entitle each license holder to the exclusive sale of alcoholic
beverages for consumption on the premises at the Newnan Centre;
4.
All sales of alcoholic beverages under this license shall be
competitive and be of sufficient quality as is required by the franchise
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agreement that will be entered into between the Authority and the Grantee of
the franchise.
5.
The bidder must provide sufficient proof that he would be entitled
to operate a business in the City and an alcoholic beverage license for
consumption on the premises under this chapter. If the bidder currently holds
a City of Newnan pouring license for on premises consumption of distilled
spirits, the additional license fee shall be $1000.00, otherwise the license fee
shall be as set forth in this Chapter for a pouring license for on premises
consumption of distilled spirits.
(d) No alcoholic beverages shall be sold, possessed or consumed on the
premises of the Newnan Centre unless the alcoholic beverages are delivered by
or sold by the holder of the alcoholic beverage license provided for in this
section.
(e) The Director of the Newnan Centre, or his designee, may hold an
alcoholic beverage license for the Newnan Centre so that the orderly operation
of the Newnan Centre will not be interrupted in the event the person or entity
holding the alcoholic beverage license for the facility is unable to serve alcoholic
beverages for any reason. There shall be no city license fee paid by the Director
of the Newnan Centre, or his designee.
(f)
The hours of sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises of the
Newnan Centre shall be the same as provided in Section 3-11 of this chapter for
the sale of alcoholic beverages upon the licensed premises.
Section II:
All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict or
inconsistent with this Ordinance are hereby repealed.
Section III: Should any phrase, clause, sentence, or section of this
Ordinance be deemed unconstitutional by a Court of competent jurisdiction,
such determination shall not effect the remaining provisions of this Ordinance,
which provisions shall remain in full force and effect.
Section IV:
The effective date of this Ordinance shall be upon adoption.
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DONE, RATIFIED and PASSED, by the City Council of the City of
Newnan, Georgia, this the ______ day of ___________________, 2013, in regular
session.
ATTEST:
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L. Keith Brady, Mayor
_________________________________
Della Hill, City Clerk
Reviewed:
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Cynthia E. Jenkins, Mayor Pro-Tem
_________________________________
C. Bradford Sears, Jr., City Attorney
___________________________________
George M. Alexander, Councilmember
________________________________
Cleatus Phillips, City Manager
___________________________________
Rhodes Shell, Councilmember
___________________________________
Ray DuBose, Councilmember
___________________________________
Clayton Hicks, Councilmember
___________________________________
Robert W. Coggin, Councilmember
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City of Newnan, Georgia - Mayor and Council
Date: March 26, 2013
Agenda Item: Stillwood Drive Drainage Improvements
Prepared by: Michael Klahr, Public Works Director/ City Engineer
Purpose:
To consider a contract award for Stillwood Drive Drainage Improvements
Background: On March 12, 2013, separate sealed bids were received by the City of Newnan
for construction of the above referenced project.
The work generally consists in re-constructing 350 linear feet of Stillwood Drive approximately
250 feet north of the intersection of Stillwood Drive and Village Park Drive, including
earthwork, asphaltic concrete pavement sections, utilities, curb & gutter, storm drainage,
sidewalks, erosion control, traffic control, and other items and duties clarified in full on the
Construction Plans.
Five (5) bids were received. The lowest bid, submitted by Piedmont Paving, Inc. has been found
to be responsive to the request for bids. All criteria outlined in the bid documents have been met.
Options:
A. Award a contract to Piedmont Paving, Inc. for $136,727.43
B. Other action as directed by Council
Funding:
SPLOST 2007
Recommendation:
Attachments:
Option A
Bid Tabulations
Bid Recommendation Letter, ISE
March 20, 2013
Cleatus Phillips
City Manager
25 LaGrange Street
Newnan, Georgia 30263
Re:
Bid Recommendation Letter
Stillwood Drive Drainage Improvements
City of Newnan, Georgia
Dear Mr. Phillips:
Integrated Science & Engineering, Inc. (ISE) has reviewed the bids received by the City of
Newnan at 10:00 A.M., local time, on Tuesday, March 12, 2013, for construction on the abovereferenced project. A total of five (5) bids were received. ISE has reviewed each bid for
completeness and accuracy. The following Contractors submitted bids:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Piedmont Paving, Inc.
ISC, Inc.
Southeastern Site Development, Inc.
Crawford Grading and Pipeline, Inc.
Site Engineering, Inc.
$136,727.43
$150,392.15
$165,275.50
$168,147.64
$228,986.30
The low bid amount of $136,727.43 was submitted by Piedmont Paving, Inc. of Newnan,
Georgia. The bid contained a 5% bid bond on proper bid form from a surety company listed on
U. S. Treasury Circular 570. Further review indicates that this Contractor is qualified for road
and drainage construction project, has successfully completed projects within the local area, has
specifically completed projects similar in scope to this project, and meets the requirements of the
bidding documents. As such, ISE recommends that the City of Newnan award the construction
contract to Piedmont Paving, Inc. with a base bid amount of $136,727.43 for construction of the
Stillwood Drive Drainage Improvements Project.
Atlanta / Savannah
1039 Sullivan Road, Suite 200, Newnan, GA
(p) 678.552.2106
30265
(f) 678.552.2107
www.intse.com
Mr. Cleatus Phillips
March 20, 2013
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If there are any questions or comments, please feel free to contact the undersigned.
Sincerely,
INTEGRATED SCIENCE & ENGINEERING, INC.
Richard A. Greuel, P.E.
Senior Engineer
Cc:
Mr. Michael Klahr, P.E.
City of Newnan, Georgia - Mayor and Council
Date: March 26, 2013, 2012
Agenda Item: 48 Fair Street
Prepared & Presented by: Shane Pridgen, Code Enforcement Officer
Submitted by: Bill Stephenson, Chief Building Official
Purpose:
To provide a status report concerning the repairs to the structure located at 48
Fair Street. Some progress has been made, but not to the extent scheduled by
the property owner.
Background:
Hearing was conducted on November 13, 2012 for the property owner to present
a time frame for repairs needed to be made to the structure.
Funding:
Not applicable.
Recommendation:
1. To inform council of progress made.
Attachments:
None
City of Newnan, Georgia – Mayor and City Council
Annexation Review Form
Date: March 26, 2013
Agenda Item: Annexation Request - Annex2013-01
6.2 ± acres located off Lower Fayetteville Road by Dennis Drewyer for
Ted Justiss
Prepared and Presented by: Tracy S. Dunnavant, Planning Director
Purpose: A request by Dennis Drewyer on behalf of Ted Justiss to annex tax parcels 087
5011 002A and 087 5011 004A located off Lower Fayetteville Road into the City limits.
Background:
Zoning District
Requested Zoning
Current Land Use
Parcel Sizes
County – RC (Rural Conservation District)
CCS
Single Family Residence and Vacant Land
A total of 6.2 ± acres
Dennis Drewyer, on behalf of Ted Justiss, is requesting the annexation of a total of 6.2 ± acres
located off Lower Fayetteville Road into the city limits. The requested zoning is CCS
(Community Shopping Center District), which will accommodate the proposed commercial/office
development that he is envisioning on the site.
CCS is a district designed to permit the development of neighborhood, community, and regional
shopping centers in a scale with surrounding market areas. Community shopping centers
provide a broad range of facilities and services appropriate to the general need of the area
served. A commercial designation would be consistent with the County’s future land use map
for this area as it is shown as an interstate gateway character area.
Surrounding Zoning Classifications
The tracts to be annexed are adjacent to the following:
North: Lower Fayetteville Road R/W; Planned Development Residential/Commercial
West: RC - Rural Conservation (County)
South: RC - Rural Conservation (County)
East: CCS (Community Shopping Center District); RS-15 (Suburban Residential Single Family
Dwelling District – Medium Density)
Surrounding Land Use Pattern
The property is surrounded by mostly vacant land with an apartment complex located across
Lower Fayetteville Road in the Madison Park planned development. In addition, the property to
the west is the site of the old brown steel plant.
Summary:
Staff analyzed the following criteria prior to formulating a recommendation.
Is the proposed use suitable in view of the zoning and development of adjacent and
nearby property?
Adjacent and nearby property is zoned for and currently houses both commercial and residential
uses. In addition, the property to the west is part of the land formerly belonging to Brown Steel.
The petitioner is seeking a CCS zoning designation and has submitted a concept plan showing
roughly 45,000 square feet of commercial and office space. The property to the east already
has this zoning designation and the County’s future development map shows the subject
property as being part of their interstate gateway designation. An apartment complex is located
across Lower Fayetteville Road as well as a portion of the Madison Park recreational area.
Staff views the CCS zoning as an acceptable designation given the surrounding zonings and
uses of the neighboring properties. As a condition of this zoning, Staff would recommend that
the Quality Development Corridor (QDC) and Lower Fayetteville Road Commercial Landscape
Corridor Overlay (LFR) requirements be placed on the tract as they already apply to the
properties to the north and east.
Will the proposed use adversely affect the existing use or usability of adjacent or nearby
property?
There will be no additional impact to adjacent properties to the north, east and west. A portion
of the property does abut a couple of lots in Lakeshore subdivision; however, the petitioner is
showing a 50 foot buffer between those lots and the proposed development. The required
buffer is 35 foot densely planted, so the petitioner would actually be adding an additional 15
feet. Staff would recommend adding a condition requiring buffers as approved by the
Landscape Architect to be installed as shown on the conceptual plan when the property is
developed.
Are their substantial reasons why the property cannot or should not be used as currently
zoned?
While most of the property is vacant, there is a residential home on a portion of the tract. The
property could continue to be used as a residence. However, given the County’s future
development plans for the area and the CCS zoning of the property to the east, Staff feels a
commercial/office use would be more appropriate.
Will the proposed use cause an excessive or burdensome use of public facilities or
services, including but not limited to streets, schools, water or sewer utilities, and police
or fire protection?
Fire Chief, David Whitley, and Police Chief, Buster Meadows, indicated that they would be able
to service this property with limited impact.
Dennis Drewyer on behalf of Ted Justiss
Annexation/Rezoning Request
2013
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According to Scott Tolar, Newnan Utilities, there would be minimal impact in terms of water and
sewer service; however, they cautioned that an easement may need to be acquired from the
property to the east in order to be served by sanitary sewer.
The City Engineer has suggested that the following items be addressed as part of the
annexation approval:
1. The full access driveway proposed should only be allowed if the drive is lined up with
Newnan Lakes Boulevard as shown.
2. A traffic study will be conducted prior to development to determine if a traffic signal is
warranted. If warranted, a portion of the cost of the signal equal to the
development’s impact will be paid for by the developer or placed in escrow to cover
future installation.
3. The cross parcel access shown to the Cates tracts should be a requirement to limit
future access points onto Lower Fayetteville Road.
4. The development shall comply with the new Stillwood Creek Watershed Drainage
Basin Ordinance passed by Mayor and Council October 9, 2012.
The school system would not be impacted since the land will be used for commercial/office
development.
Is the proposed use compatible with the purpose and intent of the comprehensive plan?
The Comprehensive Plan does not address this area, as it is presently in the County. The
County’s Future Land Use Map shows the subject property as part of an interstate gateway
character area. The proposed uses would be compatible with the County’s vision for this area.
Will the use be consistent with the purpose and intent of the proposed zoning district?
The applicant is proposing commercial and office uses; therefore, CCS would be an appropriate
zoning district.
Is the proposed use supported by new or changing conditions not anticipated by the
comprehensive plan?
As this property is in the County, it is not addressed by the City of Newnan Comprehensive
Plan. However, this area is shown as being part of an interstate gateway on the County’s land
use map, which would support the applicant’s request. In addition, the City’s future land use
map does show the properties to the east as future commercial.
Does the proposed use reflect a reasonable balance between the promotion of the public
health, safety, morality, or general welfare and the right to unrestricted use of property?
The use of the property does reflect a reasonable balance.
Coweta County Response to the Annexation:
Dennis Drewyer on behalf of Ted Justiss
Annexation/Rezoning Request
2013
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The Coweta County Board of Commissioners met on February 19, 2013 and voted to file no
objection to the annexation. They asked the Council to consider the following during the
annexation process:
1) The City of Newnan should provide Coweta County notice of any conditional uses,
special exceptions, accessory uses and/or structures, and temporary or seasonal
use/structure requests filed with the City, applicable to the subject property.
2) Whereas the subject property adjoins unincorporated Coweta County and the
property is zoned for residential use, the City should require that adequate screening
in the form of a vegetative buffer of at least 50 feet in depth or an opaque screen
barrier be installed.
3) The City of Newnan should require that the applicant dedicate or reserve additional
right-of-way along Lower Fayetteville Road along the subject property to
accommodate the City’s possible future widening of the roadway.
4) The City should require the applicant to widen Lower Fayetteville Road east of the
intersection of Newnan Lakes Boulevard to allow for the addition of a proposed left
turn lane. Currently, the existing pavement begins to taper east of Newnan Lakes
Boulevard.
5) The City should ensure that the existing cross drain under Lower Fayetteville Road
will carry the flows from the proposed development.
The Engineering Department has indicated that the majority of these will be addressed during
the plan review process.
Conditions Proffered as Part of the Annexation:
The applicant has proffered the inclusion of the property in the QDC overlay.
Options:
A.
B.
C.
Recommend approval of the applicants’ request to annex the subject properties into
the corporate limits of Newnan
Recommend approval of the annexation request with conditions
Recommend denial of the annexation and rezoning request
Planning Commission Recommendation:
The Planning Commission held a public hearing on February 12, 2013 and voted unanimously
to recommend Option “B”; approve the annexation requests with conditions. The conditions
recommended by the Commissioners are as follows:
1. The property will be included in the Quality Development Corridor (QDC) overlay.
2. The property will be included in the Lower Fayetteville Road Commercial
Landscape Corridor Overlay (LFR).
3. The site will be developed with a 50 foot buffer where the property abuts lots
within Lakeshore subdivision and a 20 foot buffer where the property abuts the
former Brown Steel property.
Both buffers shall be approved by the
City’sLandscape Architect.
Dennis Drewyer on behalf of Ted Justiss
Annexation/Rezoning Request
2013
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4. The full access driveway proposed if approved by the Mayor and Council should
only be allowed if the drive is lined up with Newnan Lakes Blvd as shown.
5. A traffic study will be conducted prior to development to determine if a traffic
signal is warranted. If warranted, a portion of the cost of the signal equal to the
development’s impact will be paid for by the developer or placed in escrow to
cover future installation.
6. The cross parcel access shown to the Cates tracts should be a requirement to
limit future access points onto Lower Fayetteville Road.
7. The development shall comply with the new Stillwood Creek Watershed
Drainage Basin Ordinance passed by Mayor and Council October 9, 2012.
It should be noted that after the Planning Commission’s meeting, the Board of Commissioners
submitted their items that they wanted the Council to consider which included right-of-way for
the future widening of Lower Fayetteville Road. After discussing this issue with the City
Manager, the Engineering Department, the Landscape Architect, and the applicant, Staff would
recommend that condition 5 be amended to read as follows:
5. A traffic study, paid for by the applicant/developer, will be conducted prior to
development to determine if a traffic signal is warranted. When warranted, the
portion of the cost of the signal equal to the development’s impact will be paid
for by the City. In exchange for the City paying the developer’s portion, the
applicant will provide an additional 20 feet of right-of-way along the property’s
road frontage to accommodate the future widening of Lower Fayetteville Road.
The applicant has reviewed the proposed language and is agreeable to the amended condition.
Attachments:
Letter from applicant
Annexation Application
Survey
Concept Plan
Location Map
County Response
Previous Discussions with Council:
January 22, 2013
Dennis Drewyer on behalf of Ted Justiss
Annexation/Rezoning Request
2013
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Eric Edge and Ted Justiss
6.2 ± acres, off of Lower Fayetteville Road
Land Lots 11 & 22, 5th Land District, Coweta
County, Georgia
Tax Parcels #0875011002A and #0875011004A
ORDINANCE TO ANNEX TO THE EXISTING CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF
NEWNAN, GEORGIA CERTAIN UNINCORPORATED LAND ADJOINING THE
EXISTING CORPORATE LIMITS OF SAID CITY IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 3636-21 OF THE OFFICIAL CODE OF GEORGIA, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES
BE IT ORDAINED, by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Newnan, and it is
hereby ordained by authority of the same and by the authority granted to the governing
authority of the City of Newnan by Section 36-36-21, Official Code of Georgia, annotated, that
the following described property is hereby annexed and shall hereinafter be treated and
considered as a part of the corporate limits of the City of Newnan, Georgia, to-wit:
All that tract or parcel of land lying and being in Land Lots 11 and 22 of the 5th Land
District of Coweta County, Georgia, containing 6.2± acres and being more particularly
described on Exhibit “A” attached hereto and by reference made a part hereof.
BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED, that said property is annexed into the corporate limits of
the City of Newnan subject to the following conditions:
1.
All development on the property will meet the Quality Development Corridor
Overlay requirements as specified in the City’s Zoning Ordinance.
2.
All development on the property will be included in and meet the Lower
Fayetteville Road Commercial Landscape Corridor Overlay (LFR) requirements
as specified in the City’s Zoning Ordinance.
3.
The site will be developed with a 50 foot buffer where the property abuts lots
within Lakeshore Subdivision and a 20 foot buffer where the property abuts the
former Brown Steel property. Both buffers shall be approved by the City’s
Landscape Architect.
4.
The full access driveway proposed if approved by the Mayor and Council should
only be allowed if the drive is lined up with Newnan Lakes Blvd. as shown.
5.
A traffic study will be conducted prior to development to determine if a traffic
signal is warranted. If warranted, a portion of the cost of the signal equal to the
development’s impact will be paid for by the developer or placed in escrow to
cover future installation.
6.
The cross parcel access shown to the Cates tracts should be a requirement to limit
future access points onto Lower Fayetteville Road.
7.
The development shall comply with the new Stillwood Creek Watershed
Drainage Basin ordinance passed by Mayor and Council October 9, 2012.
BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that said property annexed be zoned CSS (Community
Shopping Center District) subject to the conditions set out herein above and as provided in the
separate rezoning ordinance adopted in connection herewith.
BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with
this ordinance are hereby repealed.
BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that this ordinance shall be effective upon adoption and
as provided in O.C.G.A. §36-36-2.
DONE, RATIFIED AND PASSED by the City Council of the City of Newnan, Georgia,
this _____ day of ______________, 2013 in regular session assembled.
ATTEST:
___________________________________
L. Keith Brady, Mayor
_________________________________
Della Hill, City Clerk
___________________________________
Cynthia E. Jenkins, Mayor Pro-Tem
Reviewed:
_________________________________
C. Bradford Sears, Jr., City Attorney
___________________________________
George M. Alexander, Councilmember
________________________________
Cleatus Phillips, City Manager
___________________________________
Rhodes Shell, Councilmember
___________________________________
Ray DuBose, Councilmember
___________________________________
Clayton Hicks, Councilmember
___________________________________
Robert W. Coggin, Councilmember
Eric Edge & Ted Justiss
6.2 ± acres, off of Lower Fayetteville Road
Land Lots 11 & 22, 5th Land District, Coweta
County, Georgia
Tax parcels #0875011002A and #0875011004A
ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE ZONING MAP FOR PROPERTY
LOCATED OFF LOWER FAYETTEVILLE ROAD, CONTAINING 6.2± ACRES IN
LAND LOTS 11 AND 22, OF THE FIFTH LAND DISTRICT, IN THE CITY OF
NEWNAN, GEORGIA
WHEREAS, the owner has filed an application for rezoning of the property
described on Exhibit “A” attached hereto and by reference made a part hereof from the
Coweta County Zoning Classification RC (Rural Conservation District) to CSS
(Community Shopping Center District) following annexation into the corporate limits of
the City of Newnan; and
WHEREAS, in accordance with the requirements of the City Zoning Ordinance,
the Planning Commission of the City of Newnan has forwarded its recommendation to
the City Council; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to said requirements of the City Zoning Ordinance, the
City Council has conducted a properly advertised public hearing on the rezoning
application not less than 15 nor more than 45 days from the date of publication of notice,
which public hearing was held on the 26th day of March, 2013; and
WHEREAS, after the above-referenced public hearing, the City Council has
annexed the property and has determined the re-zoning of the property would be in the
best interest of the residents, property owners and citizens of the City of Newnan,
Georgia; and
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED, by the City Council of the City of
Newnan, Georgia, that the Zoning Map of the City of Newnan be revised as follows:
Section I.
That the property described on Exhibit “A” attached hereto and
by reference made a part hereof containing 6.2± acres be rezoned as CCS
(Community Shopping Center District) subject to the conditions which follow.
1.
All development on the property will meet the Quality Development
Corridor Overlay requirements as specified in the City’s Zoning
Ordinance.
2.
All development on the property will be included in and meet the Lower
Fayetteville Road Commercial Landscape Corridor Overlay (LFR)
requirements as specified in the City’s Zoning Ordinance.
3.
The site will be developed with a 50 foot buffer where the property abuts
lots within Lakeshore Subdivision and a 20 foot buffer where the
property abuts the former Brown Steel property. Both buffers shall be
approved by the City’s Landscape Architect.
4.
The full access driveway proposed if approved by the Mayor and Council
should only be allowed if the drive is lined up with Newnan Lakes Blvd.
as shown.
5.
A traffic study will be conducted prior to development to determine if a
traffic signal is warranted. If warranted, a portion of the cost of the signal
equal to the development’s impact will be paid for by the developer or
placed in escrow to cover future installation.
6.
The cross parcel access shown to the Cates tracts should be a requirement
to limit future access points onto Lower Fayetteville Road.
7.
The development shall comply with the new Stillwood Creek Watershed
Drainage Basin ordinance passed by Mayor and Council October 9, 2012.
Section II.
All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict or inconsistent
with this Ordinance hereby are repealed.
Section III.
This ordinance shall be effective upon adoption;
DONE, RATIFIED, and PASSED, by the City Council of the City of Newnan,
Georgia, this the ______ day of ___________________, 2013 in regular session assembled.
ATTEST:
___________________________________
L. Keith Brady, Mayor
_________________________________
Della Hill, City Clerk
___________________________________
Cynthia E. Jenkins, Mayor Pro-Tem
Reviewed:
_________________________________
C. Bradford Sears, Jr., City Attorney
___________________________________
George M. Alexander, Councilmember
________________________________
Cleatus Phillips, City Manager
___________________________________
Rhodes Shell, Councilmember
___________________________________
Ray DuBose, Councilmember
___________________________________
Clayton Hicks, Councilmember
___________________________________
Robert W. Coggin, Councilmember
City of Newnan, Georgia - Mayor and Council
Date:
March 26, 2013
Agenda Items: Public Hearing - Future land use map amendment along
the future McIntosh Parkway
Prepared and Presented by: Tony Bernard, Planner
Purpose: Solicit feedback regarding the proposed amendment to the City’s future land use
map along the future extension of McIntosh Parkway.
Background: The attached map was presented for review at the January 8th City Council
meeting, all council feedback was received by January 25th. The proposed amendments to the
future land use map along the planned extension of McIntosh Parkway were sent to the Three
Rivers Regional Commission (TRRC) for their review and approval.
The current land use plan in this area is predominantly “medium density residential” (single
family homes on less than one acre, townhomes, and apartments). Staff envisions that the land
along this future corridor will develop as low impact neighborhood commercial \office centers to
serve the existing and planned residential developments within the area.
In addition, Staff proposes to change a portion of land along McIntosh Parkway from medium
density residential to park/rec/conservation to preserve an existing floodplain and encourage the
investment of quality greenspace.
The TRRC review found that “the proposed amendment to the future land use map maintains
consistency with the 2006-2026 Newnan Comprehensive Plan.”
Request: Staff is requesting that the Mayor and Council forward any additional feedback
concerning this proposed map amendment to the planning and zoning department. Otherwise,
staff will bring this item back to City Council for adoption at the April 9th meeting.
Attachments:
• Map - Proposed land use along the future McIntosh Parkway,
• Map - Current land use along the future McIntosh Parkway,
• Letter – Three Rivers Regional Commission Future Land Use Amendment Review
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FUTURE LAND USE AMENDMENT REVIEW
Three Rivers Regional Commission
P. O. Box 818 Griffin, GA 30224 Telephone: 678-692-0510 Fax: 678-692-0513
City of Newnan
Future Land Use Map Amendment
to 2006—2026 Comprehensive Plan
Date of Review: January 22, 2013
Submitting Local Government's Address:
City of Newnan
Planning & Zoning Department
25 LaGrange Street
Newnan, GA 30263
Local Government Contact Person: Tony Bernard, City Planner
Telephone: 770-254-2354
Email: [email protected]]
Description of Proposed future land use amendment: The City of Newnan has proposed to amend
its current future land use map along McIntosh Parkway. The City envisions the land use along this
future corridor as “low impact neighborhoods with commercial/office/ centers.” In additon, the City
proposes to change a portion of land along McIntosh Parkway from Medium Density Residential to
Park/Rec/Conservation to preserve an existing floodplain area and encourage the investment of
quality greenspace.
Reviewing Regional Commission:
TRRC Contact Person:
Address:
Telephone:
Three Rivers Regional Commission
Aronda Smith, Planner
Three Rivers Regional Commission
P. O. Box 818, 120 North Hill Street
Griffin, GA 30224
678-692-0510
Email: [email protected]
FINDINGS: Three Rivers Regional Commission finds the proposed amendment to the future land use
map maintains consistency with the 2006-2026 Newnan Comprehensive Plan.
City of Newnan, Georgia - Mayor and Council
Date:
March 14, 2013
Agenda Items: Adopt City of Newnan BikePed Plan – Phase I
Prepared and Presented by: Tony Bernard, Planner
Purpose: At the request of City Council, Planning and Zoning staff has drafted phase 1 of the
citywide bicycle and pedestrian plan. Staff is requesting that the Mayor and Council adopt the
attached plan.
Background: The attached plan was presented for review at the January 8th City Council
meeting, all feedback was received by February 1st.
The BikePed Plan – Phase I represents a conceptual bicycle, sidewalk, and trail network,
building upon previous and ongoing local and regional planning efforts, and reflecting input
offered by city staff and Newnan residents. The recommended projects and strategies described
in the attached plan are intended to:
• Build upon investments in the existing and planned bicycle and pedestrian system
• Serve a broad range of existing and potential users (various ages, confidence levels,
and trip types)
• Enhance the existing system to better serve users
• Expand the system to streamline connections and develop new routes to better serve
existing and future destinations
• Establish seamless links with surrounding county planned greenways and bicycle routes
• Enhance user safety and comfort
This project is being done in-house and will include the sidewalk network created in the City's
GIS mapping system and database developed in Phase I. Recognizing that there are limited
resources to address bicycle and sidewalk deficiencies, the next phase of this plan will use a
matrix to rank the potential bicycle and pedestrian segments outlined in Phase I. The matrix
indices are connection deficiency and user potential. Bicycle and sidewalk facility expenditures
will then provide maximum benefit. Phase II of this plan is estimated to be completed in
September.
Request: Staff is requesting that the Mayor and Council adopt the City of Newnan BikePed
Plan – Phase I.
Attachments: City of Newnan BikePed plan – Phase I showing the proposed bike, pedestrian,
and trail network.
From: Brad Smith [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Friday, March 15, 2013 9:40 AM
To: Libby Winn
Subject: Request for sign approval for Summergrove Semi-annual Yard Sale
The Summergrove Social Committee is requesting to be allowed to place 3 X 3 signs at the entrances to
Summergrove Subdivision along Lower Fayetteville Road and Newnan Crossing Blvd. on May 2nd
through May 4th and on September 5th through September 7th. These signs will be used for advertising
the Semi-annual Summergrove Community Yard Sale.
Thank you for your consideration,
Brad Smith
Summergrove Social Committee
12 High Vista
Newnan, Ga 30265
770-251-0600
Motion to Enter into Executive Session
I move that we now enter into closed session as allowed by O.C.G.A. §50-14-4 and
pursuant to advice by the City Attorney, for the purpose of discussing
And that we, in open session, adopt a resolution authorizing and directing the Mayor or
presiding officer to execute an affidavit in compliance with O.C.G.A. §50-14-4, and that
this body ratify the actions of the Council taken in closed session and confirm that the
subject matters of the closed session were within exceptions permitted by the open
meetings law.
Motion to Adopt Resolution after Adjourning Back into Regular Session
I move that we adopt the resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute the affidavit stating
that the subject matter of the closed portion of the council meeting was within the
exceptions provided by O.C.G.A. §50-14-4(b).

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