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File #: Ord 18-29    Version: 2 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 8/8/2018
Title: Granting the application of Chong Vang to rezone the property at 494 Farrington Street and 308-310 Sherburne, from RT1 Two-Family Residential to T2 Traditional Neighborhood, and amending Chapter 60 of the Legislative Code pertaining to the zoning map.
Sponsors: Dai Thao
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. 18-064-689 application materials, 3. Minutes, 4. extension letter, 5. PC Resolution
Title
Granting the application of Chong Vang to rezone the property at 494 Farrington Street and 308-310 Sherburne, from RT1 Two-Family Residential to T2 Traditional Neighborhood, and amending Chapter 60 of the Legislative Code pertaining to the zoning map.

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WHEREAS, Chong Vang, File # 18-064-689, has applied for rezoning from RT1 two-family residential to T2 traditional neighborhood under the provisions of § 61.801(b) of the Saint Paul Legislative Code, on property located at 494 Farrington St and 308-310 Sherburne, Parcel Identification Number's (PIN's) 36.29.23.13.0177, 36.29.23.13.0175, and 36.29.23.13.0173, legally described as Warren Rice's Addition, Lots 7 through 9, Block 27; and

WHEREAS, the Zoning Committee of the Planning Commission, on June 7, 2018, held a public hearing at which all persons present were given an opportunity to be heard pursuant to
said application in accordance with the requirements of § 61.303 of the Saint Paul Legislative Code; and

WHEREAS, the Saint Paul Planning Commission, based on the evidence presented to its Zoning Committee at the public hearing as substantially reflected in the minutes, made the
following findings of fact:

1.The applicant is requesting a rezoning to T2 traditional neighborhood in to construct a new parking lot for his multi-tenant commercial building south of the subject parcels located at 307 University Avenue.

2.The proposed zoning is consistent with the way this area has developed. The T2 traditional neighborhood district is designed for use in existing or potential pedestrian and transit nodes. Its intent is to foster and support compact, pedestrian-oriented commercial and residential development that, in turn, can support and increase transit usage. It encourages, but does not require, a variety of uses and housing types, with careful attention to the amount and placement of parking and transitions to adjacent residential neighborhoods. The proposed zoning will allow the development of...

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