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File #: Ord 22-32    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
In control: City Council
Final action: 8/3/2022
Title: Granting the application of Mark A. Arth and Belfry Building LLC to rezone property at 311-319 Ramsey Street from RT2 townhouse residential to T1 traditional neighborhood and to rezone the property at 391-411 Pleasant Avenue from RM2 multiple family residential to T1 traditional neighborhood, and amending Chapter 60 of the Legislative Code pertaining to the zoning map.
Sponsors: Rebecca Noecker
Code sections: Sec. 61.801. - Changes and amendments.
Attachments: 1. Planning Commission Resolution 22-27, 2. Planning Commission Action Minutes 06.24.22, 3. Zoning Committee Minutes 06.16.22, 4. Zoning Committee Staff Report 311-319 Ramsey Rezoning, 5. Letter of Support from West 7th/Fort Road Federation
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Granting the application of Mark A. Arth and Belfry Building LLC to rezone property at 311-319 Ramsey Street from RT2 townhouse residential to T1 traditional neighborhood and to rezone the property at 391-411 Pleasant Avenue from RM2 multiple family residential to T1 traditional neighborhood, and amending Chapter 60 of the Legislative Code pertaining to the zoning map.

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WHEREAS, Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes § 462.357 and § 61.800 of the Legislative Code, Mark A Arth and Belfry Building LLC, in Zoning File # 22-056-564, duly petitioned to rezone 311-319 Ramsey Street and 391-411 Pleasant Avenue, being legally described as Dayton and Irvine’s Addition, Lots 27, 54 and 55, Block 86, Parcel Identification Numbers 01-28-23-13-0103 (311 Ramsey zoned RT2), -0104 (319 Ramsey zoned RT2), -0163 (411 Pleasant zoned RM2), and -0182 (391 Pleasant zoned RM2), from RT2 townhouse residential and RM2 multiple family residential to T1 traditional neighborhood; the petition having been certified by the Planning Division on May 25, 2022, as having been consented to by at least 67 percent of the owners of the area to be rezoned, and further having been consented to by at least two-thirds of the owners of the property situated within 100 feet of the total contiguous property within one year preceding the date of the petition; and

WHEREAS, the Zoning Committee of the Planning Commission held a public hearing on June 16, 2022, for the purpose of considering the rezoning petition, and pursuant to §107.03 of the Administrative Code, submitted its recommendation to the Planning Commission for approval; and

WHEREAS, the Planning Commission considered the rezoning petition at its meeting held on June 24, 2022, and recommended approval to the City Council; and

WHEREAS, notice of public hearing before the City Council on said rezoning petition was duly published in the official newspaper of the City on July 15, 2022 and notices were duly mailed to each owner of affected pr...

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