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File #: PO-2020-12    Version: 1 Name: Land use - SE Corner of Stirling Rd
Type: Ordinance Status: Second Reading
File created: 7/23/2020 In control: Regular City Commission Meeting
On agenda: 8/26/2020 Final action:
Title: An Ordinance Of The City Of Hollywood, Florida, Amending The City's Comprehensive Plan By Changing The Land Use Designation For Property Generally Located On The South East Corner Of Stirling Road And Compass Way From The Land Use Designation Of Industrial And Low Medium Residential (10) To Medium Residential (16); Amending The City's Land Use Map To Reflect The Changes. (20-L-09)
Attachments: 1. 2009_Ordinance_2020_0826.pdf, 2. Exhibit A.pdf, 3. Attachment I_July 23, 2020 Planning and Development Board Staff Report and Backup.pdf

Title

An Ordinance Of The City Of Hollywood, Florida, Amending The City's Comprehensive Plan By Changing The Land Use Designation For Property Generally Located On The South East Corner Of Stirling Road And Compass Way From The Land Use Designation Of Industrial And Low Medium Residential (10) To Medium Residential (16); Amending The City’s Land Use Map To Reflect The Changes.  (20-L-09)

 

 

Strategic Plan Focus

Economic Vitality

 

 

Body

 

Staff Recommends: Approval of the Attached Ordinance.

 

 

Explanation:

The subject site comprises approximately 26.7 gross acres situated on the south east corner of Stirling Road and Compass Way.

 

The request is to amend the Land Use element of the City’s Comprehensive Plan Element to change the land use designation from Industrial (IND) and Low Medium (10) Residential (LMRES) to Medium (16) Residential (MRES). The intent of the Land Use Amendment is to identify parcels on Stirling Road with inappropriate land uses or are inappropriately sized or shaped and provide incentives for improvement or relocation of the uses, as suggested in the City’s Comprehensive Plan.

 

It is anticipated that during Site Plan approval, the Applicant will request a rezoning to Medium-High Multiple Family District (RM-18). This will allow for the future development of 427 units.

 

At the July 23, 2020 Planning and Development Board meeting the Board forwarded a recommendation of approval to the City Commission.

 

Attachment I: July 23, 2020 Planning and Development Board Staff Report

 

Fiscal Impact:

Approval of this ordinance will not fiscally impact the City.

 

 

Recommended for inclusion on the agenda by:

Fitz Murphy, Planning Administrator

Leslie A. Del Monte, Planning Manager

Shiv Newaldass, Director, Development Services

Gus Zambrano, Assistant City Manager/Sustainable Development