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09-10-2019 Agenda PacketSeptember 10, 2019 I. CALL TO ORDER Mayor Rusty Johnson City Manager Robert Frank PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION (LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY) A. Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance B. Roll Call and Determination of Quorum ILCONSENT AGENDA AGENDA Commissioners Larry Brinson Sr., District 1 Rosemary Wilsen, District 2 Richard Firstner, District 3 George Oliver III, District 4 A. Minutes of the Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting held on August 13, 2019. III. OLD BUSINESS IV. NEW BUSINESS A. Jassani / Hyder Property 1. Variance B. Ladybird Academy 1. Variance C. VMG Estates (Ocoee Townhomes) 1. Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment 2. Rezoning V. MISCELLANEOUS A. Project Status Report B. September Calendar VI. ADJOURNMENT Public Hearing Public Hearing Public Hearing 6:30 PM NOTE: Regular Planning and Zoning Commission meetings take place on the second Tuesday of every month at 6:30 pm in the Ocoee Commission Chambers in City Hall unless otherwise advertised. Any person who desires to appeal any decision at this meeting will need a record of the proceedings and for this purpose may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made which includes testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based. More than one Commissioner may participate or hear discussions regarding a matter which will come before the Commission for action. Also in accordance with Florida Statue 286.26: Persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the Office of the City Clerk, 150 North Lakeshore Drive, Ocoee, FL 34761 (407) 905-3105, 48 hours in advance of the meeting. ITEM NUMBER II. A. MINUTES OF THE P &Z MEETING ON AUGUST 13, 2019 MINUTES PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION ACTING AS THE LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY Tuesday, August 13, 2019 I. CALL TO ORDER - 6:30 pm A. Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance B. Roll Call and Determination of Quorum Present: Chair Joel Keller, Vice -Chair Lavon Williams, Member Brad Lomneck, Member Jason Mellen, Member Rodger Wunderlich Absent: None Also Present: City Planner Mike Rumer, Planner Greg Hines, Zoning Manager Kiel Gajadhar, Assistant City Attorney Dana Crosby -Collier and Recording Clerk Kathy Heard Chair Keller welcomed newly -appointed Member Lomneck to the board. II. CONSENT AGENDA A. Minutes of the Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting held June 11, 2019. (6:32 pm) Motion for Approval of the Consent Agenda: Moved by Member Wunderlich, Seconded by Vice -Chair Williams; Motion carried unanimously. III. OLD BUSINESS - None Planning & Zoning Commission August 13, 2019 Zoning Manager Gajadhar announced the first three items on this agenda are annexations and rezonings and gave an overview of the purpose and requirements for annexations and rezonings. IV. NEW BUSINESS — Public Hearings (6:33 pm) A. Skipper Property — 1936 Adair Street Annexation & Rezoning; Project NO(s): AX -05-19-82 & RZ-19-05-06. (Advertised in the West Orange Times on Thursday, August 1, 2019) (Planner Hines) (6:34 pm) Planner Hines presented a brief PowerPoint on this proposed annexation and rezoning. This parcel is located directly west of Adair Street, approximately 2,035 feet south of Clarcona-Ocoee Road. The property size is +/- 1.01 acres with the Parcel Identification Number 08-22-28-0000- 00-084. The current zoning is Orange County Rural/Agricultural with a proposed zoning of City of Ocoee/Low Density Residential. The subject parcel has one (1) existing Single -Family Residence. The Applicant is annexing into the City limits as a condition to receive a city potable water connection. The proposed annexation is a logical extension of the City limits, urban services can be provided, and the annexation meets state and local regulations. The property already benefits from Ocoee Fire Rescue services via a joint "First Responder" Agreement with Orange County. The property already receives City of Ocoee water service. Planner Hines indicated if this property is annexed, the City will receive approximately $842 a year from property taxes. Development Review Committee (DRC) Recommendation: On August 6, 2019, the DRC met to determine if the proposed annexation and rezoning was consistent with the City's regulations and policies. When the discussion was finished, the DRC voted unanimously to recommend approval of the annexation and rezoning for the Skipper Property. Staff Recommendation: Based on the above analysis and the subsequent DRC recommendation, Staff recommends that the Planning & Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend approval of the Annexation and rezoning from "Orange County" A-1 (Rural / Agricultural) to "City of Ocoee" R-1 (Low Density Residential) of the property known as the Skipper Property located at 1936 Adair Street. Discussion: Board members had no questions or comments. Chair Keller opened the public hearing and asked if there was anyone present who wished to speak on this proposed project. As no one wished to speak, the public hearing was closed. 2 Planning & Zoning Commission August 13, 2019 (6:37 pm) Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planninq Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of the Skipper Property — 1936 Adair Street Annexation; Project No: AX -05-19-82, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Mellen, Seconded by Vice -Chair Williams; motion carried unanimously. Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of the Skipper Property — 1936 Adair Street Rezoning; Project No: RZ-19-05-06, subiect to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Vice -Chair Williams, Seconded by Member Wunderlich; motion carried unanimously. B. Crews/Smeller Property — 1557 Blackwood Avenue Annexation & Rezoning; Project No(s): AX -06-19-83 & RZ-19-06-08. (Advertised in the West Orange Times on Thursday, August 1, 2019) (Planner Hines) (6:38 pm) Planner Hines presented a PowerPoint explaining this proposed annexation and rezoning is for a parcel located on the east side of Blackwood Avenue; 1,050 feet south of Old Winter Garden Road. The property size is +/- 0.51 acres with the Parcel Identification Number 29-22-28-0000- 00-098. The subject parcel has one (1) existing Single -Family Residence. The Applicant is annexing into the City limits as a condition to receive a city potable water connection. The current zoning is Orange County/Rural/Agricultural, and the proposed rezoning is City of Ocoee/Low Density Residential. The subject property is considered contiguous to the City of Ocoee since it is bordered by property located within the City limits on the north and east. The property already benefits from Ocoee Fire Rescue services via a joint "First Responder" Agreement with Orange County. The property already receives City of Ocoee water service. The proposed annexation is a logical extension of the City limits, urban services can be provided, and the annexation meets state and local regulations. Planner Hines said if this property is annexed, the City will receive approximately $884 a year from property taxes. Development Review Committee (DRC) Recommendation: On August 6, 2019, the DRC met to determine if the proposed annexation and rezoning was consistent with the City's regulations and policies. When the discussion was finished, the DRC voted unanimously to recommend approval of the annexation and rezoning for the Crews /Smeller Property. Staff Recommendation: Based on the above analysis and the subsequent DRC recommendation, Staff recommends that the Planning & Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend approval of the annexation and rezoning from "Orange County" A-1 (Rural / Agricultural) to "City of Ocoee" R-1 (Low Density Residential) of the property known as the Crews / Smeller Property located at 1557 Blackwood Avenue. Planning & Zoning Commission August 13, 2019 nicriiccin» Board members had no questions or comments. Chair Keller opened the public hearing and asked if there was anyone present who wished to speak on this proposed project. As no one wished to speak, the public hearing was closed. (6:41 pm) Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planninq Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of the Crews/Smeller Property — 1557 Blackwood Avenue Annexation; Proiect No: AX -06-19-83, subiect to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Wunderlich, Seconded by Member Lomneck, motion carried unanimously. Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, actinq as the Local Planninq Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of the Crews/Smeller Property — 1557 Blackwood Avenue Rezoning; Project No: RZ-19-06-08, subiect to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Lomneck, Seconded by Member Mellen; motion carried unanimously. C. 8815 Hackney Prairie Road Annexation & Rezoning; Project No(s): AX - 06 -19-84 & RZ-19-06-09. (Advertised in the West Orange Times on Thursday, August 1, 2019) (Planner Hines) (6:43 pm) Planner Hines presented a PowerPoint to explain that this proposed annexation and rezoning is for a parcel located on the north side of Hackney Prairie Road, approximately 2,683 feet west of N. Clarke Road. The property size is +/- 2.80 acres with the Parcel Identification Number 03-22- 28-0000-00-071. The subject parcel has one (1) existing Single -Family Residence. The Applicant is annexing into the City limits as city -owned land. The current zoning is Orange County/Rural/Agricultural, and the proposed rezoning is City of Ocoee/General Agriculture. The subject property is considered contiguous to the City of Ocoee since it is bordered by property located within the City limits to the north. The property already benefits from Ocoee Fire Rescue services via a joint "First Responder" Agreement with Orange County. The property will require City of Ocoee water service. The proposed annexation is a logical extension of the City limits, urban services can be provided, and the annexation meets state and local regulations. Planner Hines said if this property is annexed, the City has the potential to receive approximately $1,200 a year from property tax; however, the City currently owns this parcel. City Planner Rumer added that the City has received some questions from a resident who is present. He explained this parcel has drainage issues because of the pond to the north. As a result, the City decided it was more prudent and cost effective to purchase this site instead of rectifying the drainage problem. He stated the City's plans are to see if the drainage can be rectified; if so, the City will release the property and sell it as a single-family home. He explained there is no proposal to develop this site in any way other than to fix the drainage. 4 Planning & Zoning Commission August 13, 2019 Development Review Committee (DRC) Recommendation: On August 6, 2019, the DRC met to determine if the proposed annexation and rezoning was consistent with the City's regulations and policies. When the discussion was finished, the DRC voted unanimously to recommend approval of the annexation and rezoning for the 8815 Hackney Prairie Road property. Staff Recommendation: Based on the above analysis and the subsequent DRC recommendation, Staff recommends that the Planning & Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend approval of the annexation and rezoning from "Orange County' A-1 (Rural /Agricultural) to "City of Ocoee" A-1 (General Agricultural) of the property known as the 8815 Hackney Prairie Road Property. Discussion: Member Mellen asked why the rezoning is proposed to be General Agricultural when all the surrounding properties in that area are zoned Low Density Residential. City Planner Rumer explained that agricultural uses are not utilized within Ocoee's Comprehensive Plan; however, the City deems this property applicable to be annexed into the city, but did not want to cause concerns to Orange County and surrounding neighbors by zoning the property Low Density Residential. He expressed there is no current need to zone it Low Density Residential as the City can rezone it at some future date; and further, he stated if the City decides to make this parcel into a passive park, it would then be rezoned to Institutional. Chair Keller relayed a resident's question on a speaker form about the right-of-way to the subject property driveway, and asked if there are any issues with the driveway. City Planner Rumer responded the City received correspondence from an attorney, which discussed an unrecorded easement that has been in place. He expressed the Planning Department forwarded that correspondence to the Public Works Department, and he anticipates an answer regarding the easement by the time this item is brought before the City Commission for final approval. (6:50 pm) Chair Keller opened the public hearing and asked if there was anyone present who wishes to speak on this proposed project. Deanne Claiborne, 8829 Hackney Prairie Road, Orlando, which is adjacent to the west of the subject property, clarified Attorney Jim Pratt sent the letter on her behalf. She indicated their initial concern was regarding the driveway easement as they have lived on this property for 18 years with an understood driveway easement with the adjoining neighbor for approximately 20 feet of the driveway. She indicated she has additional questions pertaining to the City building a park on this parcel. She advised if this property is annexed into the city, it will place her property and the property to the north as an enclave. She asked the following questions and requested the City get back to her with the answers. (1) What is the City planning to do with this property? (2) How will the City ensure that future development of this property is consistent with the Clarcona Rural Settlement? (3) How will the City ensure that future development of this property will be similar and compatible with the surrounding area and consistent with the existing pattern of surrounding development? (4) How Planning & Zoning Commission August 13, 2019 will the City ensure that future development of this property will not be a detriment or intrusion into the surrounding area? (5) How will the City ensure that future development of this property will not exacerbate existing traffic problems? (6) How will the City ensure that the future development of this property will not negatively impact the 20 -foot driveway easement they have utilized for the past 18 years? (7) How will the City ensure that the future development of this property will not isolate their property from the rural settlement and create an enclave of their property? She then referenced Florida Statutes, Section 171.043 and Section 171.044. City Planner Rumer explained the Joint Planning Area Agreement (JPA) with Orange County is currently under revision, and all parcels to the west of the railroad tracks are logical extensions of the city limits where City services can be provided to which this annexation meets state and local regulations. He stated once more that the determination of the easement will be made at the City Commission meeting. He explained the City considers all of the parcels west of the railroad tracks an enclave to which this annexation, if approved, would be reducing an enclave, which is acceptable by Florida Law up to 110 acres per year. Regarding future development, he stated the City's JPA does not acknowledge annexing lands within the rural settlement pertaining to meeting any acreage criteria; and further, stated he can ensure this parcel will be residential. Member Lomneck inquired whether the pond to the north is the City's and if the parcel could be split up in the future. City Planner Rumer said the pond is a part of the Sawmill subdivision, and explained at this point he does not know if this parcel would meet all the regulations to be split. Jack Claiborne, 8829 Hackney Prairie Road, Orlando, stated he understands the City wishes to eliminate the enclave; but, by doing so and by potentially annexing this parcel, it creates an additional enclave, which will separate his property as well as the northwest parcel. He indicated they do not wish to be rezoned Low Density Residential; and further, he asked whether they would have to rezone. Chair Keller answered he believes at this point the City is not advising their property be annexed into the city. He stated in the future he could see their property becoming Low Density Residential, because they have a home on their site. City Planner Rumer explained the annexation requirements; and further, stated if at some point their property is annexed into the city, it would be rezoned Low Density Residential, because the City does not have an agricultural/citrus rural land use like Orange County does. Jack Claiborne asked if his property was to be annexed and rezoned, whether they would be allowed to have horses or cattle. City Planner Rumer answered in the affirmative stating Ocoee's Land Development Code (LDC) allows barnyard animals as well as chickens. Jack Claiborne stated if a park were to be placed on this site, the access would be limited due to the 20 -foot access being his driveway; and further, he asked where would the access be? City Planner Rumer explained when he spoke about a park, he was describing different development options that the City could potentially develop on this site, because the City does not develop single-family homes and then sell them. Deanne Claiborne questioned who determined that this area was already an enclave. City Planner Rumer explained the Joint Planning Area Agreement (JPA) between the City and Orange County, which speaks about the elimination of enclaves and sets the JPA boundary lines Planning & Zoning Commission August 13, 2019 where the City cannot annex outside of. He further explained why elimination of enclaves are necessary indicating the City is eliminating the need for the County to provide water/waste services when the City is already providing these services next door. Assistant City Attorney Crosby -Collier explained how an enclave is defined in Florida Statute; and moreover, there is a provision within Florida Statutes that allows cities and counties to enter into an interlocal agreement (JPA Agreement), which allows annexations to eliminate enclaves. She further stated it is very inefficient for the County to collect trash and provide other services in an area that is already being serviced by the city with more efficient services and use of taxpayer dollars. Deanne Claiborne thanked them for their very thorough explanations; however, she stated by reducing this enclave, they have created two. Assistant City Attorney Crosby -Collier responded that Florida Statutes does state that enclaves should be reduced; however, this is not creating two enclaves, because it is reducing one enclave. Deanne Claiborne asked what type of park would be developed on this site and where would the access be. City Planner Rumer said there is only one access to which Deanne Claiborne said then the access would be down her driveway easement. She asked whether it could be a skateboard park. City Planner Rumer said it could be an active or passive park. Chair Keller explained the City Commission would have to answer that question; and further, an active or passive park is the only description they could give right now. Member Lomneck said at this point the Board cannot deal with a hypothetical of whether this would be a skateboard park. He asked if the requirements for annexation and rezoning have been met to which City Planner Rumer answered in the affirmative. Deanne Claiborne stated it is her understanding of Florida Statutes Section 171.043 and Section 171.044 that the City has not met the requirements. She thanked the Board for their time and stated her preference is that the City retain the property that has the drainage problem and sell off the remainder of the property to be another rural -community home. Vice -Chair Williams stated this is a good time for the adjacent homeowners to speak with their City Commissioner as well as attend the upcoming public hearing where this project will be heard before the City Commission. City Planner Rumer stated the first reading of ordinance will be held Tuesday, September 17, 2019, and the second reading of ordinance public hearing will be held Tuesday, October 1, 2019 at 6:15 or soon thereafter. The public hearing was closed (7:25 pm) Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of the 8815 Hackney Prairie Road Annexation; Project No: AX -06-19-84, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting: Moved by Member Lomneck, Seconded by Vice -Chair Williams: motion carried unanimously. Planning & Zoning Commission August 13, 2019 Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of the 8815 Hackney Prairie Road Rezoning; Project No: RZ-19-06-09, subiect to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Vice -Chair Williams, Seconded by Member Mellen. Member Lomneck inquired whether the City has a general agricultural land use or not. City Planner Rumer said the City has a zoning designation of general agricultural, but not a future land use designation of general agricultural. After discussion, the motion carried unanimously. A Request for Variance — Chaudhry Property, 1108 East Silver Star Road; Project No: VR -19-02. (Advertised in the West Orange Times on Thursday, August 1, 2019) (Zoning Manager Gajadhar) (7:20 pm)ID Zoning Manager Gajadhar gave a brief overview of what a variance is and the requirements they must find in order to recommend approval of a variance. He stated a variance is a relief of terms of a zoning ordinance for the height, area or size of a structure or yard and open spaces. He stated the criteria that is required in order to grant a variance is as follows: 1. Should not conflict with public interests. 2. Enforcement of the variance ordinance will result in unnecessary and undue hardship. 3. It is considered on a case-by-case basis. Zoning Manager Gajadhar continued and presented a PowerPoint explaining this variance request in which the applicant is seeking approval for a minimum required lot width variance from 70 feet to 65.56 feet in order to meet the City of Ocoee Single -Family Dwelling (R-1) zoning requirements. The Ocoee R-1 has a minimum lot size of 7,000 square feet and a minimum lot width of 70 square feet. Currently the property lot width is 65.56 square feet, and this requested variance is to allow for a minimum lot width of 65.56 square feet. He further stated this variance is valid, because the parcels adjacent to the north of this property have been annexed into the city with lot widths of 50 square feet; and further, the subject lot size is 9,260 square feet, which exceeds the minimum lot size for R-1 zoning. If approved, the variance will allow for construction of a single-family home similar to the adjacent surrounding lots. He stated staff does not object to approving this variance. City Planner Rumer advised he wished to share some background on this project. He stated single-family homes are currently being built narrower and deeper. He indicated the City worked with the applicant to draw a lot line, which would have one lot meet the zoning criteria with the other lot exceeding the zoning criteria in lot size, but not the lot width. City staff is comfortable with requesting this variance with the surrounding area and meeting building codes. Planning & Zoning Commission August 13, 2019 Development Review Committee (DRC) Recommendation: On August 6th, 2019, the DRC met to determine if the requested variance to the lot was consistent with the City's regulations and intent for the sale of land. The Development Review Committee voted unanimously to recommend approval of the variance to the minimum required lot width. Staff Recommendation: Staff respectfully recommends that the Planning & Zoning Commission recommend approval of a variance to the minimum required lot width from 70 feet to 65.56 feet at 1108 E. Silver Star Rd. owned by Nasim Chaudhry, subject to completion of staff comments. Discussion-- Board iccu sion_ Board members had no questions or comments. Chair Keller opened the public hearing and asked if there was anyone present who wishes to speak on this proposed project. As no one wished to speak, the public hearing was closed. (7:24 pm) Motion: Move that the Planninq and Zoninq Commission, acting as the Local Planninq Agency, recommend approval to the Ocoee City Commission for the Chaudhry Property, 1108 East Silver Star Road; Proiect No: VR -19-02, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting: Moved by Member Mellen, Seconded by Member Lomneck; motion passed unanimously. V. MISCELLANEOUS (7:24 pm) IJ A. Project Status Report City Planner Rumer updated the Board with the following: • Staff is currently working on the Planning Department section of the website where all preapplication meetings, Development Review Committee meetings, and projects under review will be listed with associated maps. He hopes this will be completed by the next meeting. • The City's GIS Department is currently working on a digital map where the projects will pop up with associated agendas and projects on the website. • He will be attending the International Shopping Center Conference in Orlando during August 25th — 27th • Member Wunderlich stated he saw the land is clearing west of Maguire and adjacent to the Turnpike. City Planner Rumer stated that is the 90 -unit townhome development with an adjacent commercial development. • Member Wunderlich commented the Top Gun facility really stands out. City Planner Rumer said it will clean up really well. Member Lomneck asked how the Waffle House is doing. City Planner Rumer said it is coming soon, as our city is the next one on the list. D Planning & Zoning Commission August 13, 2019 Member Wunderlich asked if any tenants have been announced on the site where the Colony Plaza used to be. City Planner Rumer indicated the first two shell buildings are complete. To date, there are two internal build -outs: (1) Vitality Bowl and (2) Pacific Dental. Additional tenants are being announced at the conference next month in Orlando. There has been an air-conditioning plan for a Tijuana Flats, but no build -out has come forth as of yet. The entire parcel has been cleared, the liens are paid off; and depending on the size, there is potential for six more buildings. Member Wunderlich asked about Ocoee Village. City Planner Rumer said he met with Mr. Parrot today, and this development was ready to receive the FDOT permit, but now the City is working with the Central Florida Expressway Authority concerning the land they own in the front; and further, there is a drainage issue on the front of the property. A preconstruction meeting will be taking place soon. B. August Calendar - No updates Motion: Move to adjourn the Planning and Zoning Commission meeting: Moved by Vice -Chair Williams, Seconded by Member Mellen; motion passed unanimously. VI. ADJOURNMENT - 7:31 pm ATTEST: APPROVED: Kathy Heard, Recording Clerk Joel Keller, Chair 10 ITEM NUMBER IV. A. PUBLIC HEARING JASSANI 1 HYDER PROPERTY 1. VARIANCE Mayor Rusty Johnson City Manager Robert Frank DATE: TO: FROM: 0 C0 florlda STAFF REPORT September 10, 2019 Commissioners Larry Brinson Sr., District 1 Rosemary Wilsen, District 2 Richard Firstner, District 3 George Oliver III, District 4 Planning & Zoning Commission (Local Planning Agency) Kiel Gajadhar, Zoning Manager SUBJECT: Jassani/ Hyder Property 401 Calliope Ct. Application for Variance Project No(s): VR -19-03 ISSUE: Should the Planning and Zoning Commission recommend granting approval of a variance request by the applicant to increase the property's maximum allowed impervious coverage area from 50% to 54.8%. BACKGROUND: Content of the Variance Request The applicants, Salima Jassani and Ghulam Hyder, are requesting approval for a maximum allowed impervious coverage area variance from 50% to 54.8% for an 884 square foot screen enclosed patio with brick pavers. Impervious surface coverage is referred to as the percentage of the lot land area that is covered with impervious materials such as buildings, swimming pool decks, decks, patios, driveways, etc. The subject property is Lot 98 of the Windsor Landing Subdivision Plat 54, and is within the City of Ocoee Single -Family Dwelling (R-1AA) zoning. Its Orange County Parcel Identification Number (PIN) is 32-22-28-9285-00-980. DISCUSSION: According to Subsection 4-9 A., the variance application/applicant must demonstrate: (1) That special conditions and circumstances exist which are peculiar to the land, structures, or required subdivision improvements involved and which are not applicable to other lands, structures, or required subdivision improvements. The property is part of Phase 2 of the Windsor Landing Subdivision, a planned neighborhood development consisting of 214 single family homes. It was approved for construction by the city in February 2000. No special conditions and circumstances exist, which are peculiar to the land or existing structure as indicated on the aerial and location map attached. P&Z Meeting Date: September 10, 2019 Project: Jassani/ Hyder Property — 401 Calliope Ct. Application for Variance Project Number(s): VR -19-03 (2) That a literal interpretation of the provisions of these regulations would deprive the applicant of rights commonly enjoyed by other properties with similar conditions. The applicant is subject to the same regulations and rights as other properties with similar conditions under the existing zoning designation and Land Development Code (LDC). The applicant can construct a screen enclosed patio in the rear of the property while still meeting the 50% maximum impervious coverage requirement by reducing its size. (3) That the special conditions and circumstances do not result from the actions of the applicant. As a planned neighborhood consisting of 214 single family homes, all special conditions and circumstances were resolved prior to the city granting final site approval. There are no special conditions and/or circumstances pertaining to the property. (4) That the granting of the variance requested will not confer on the applicant any special privilege that is denied by these regulations to other lands, structures, or required subdivision improvements under similar conditions. The surrounding properties are zoned as "R -IAA" Single -Family Dwelling with a 50% maximum allowed impervious surface area. Granting a variance to the applicant will allow for other properties to apply for relief of the required 50% maximum impervious surface area. The granting of this variance will confer special privileges to the applicant that are not currently granted to other lands, structures, or required subdivision improvements under similar conditions as shown on the zoning map attached. As indicated on the Impervious Area Calculation Sheet, the proposed patio would result in 54.8% impervious area for the parcel, which is 4.8% above the allowed amount for the R-1AA zoning. This requirement was established at the inception of the site/subdivision to provide for proper stormwater drainage of the properties within the subdivision. Ocoee Land Development Code (LDC) Article 5-4 Subsection J states that an open porch may extend into the rear yard in residential districts provided that it does not increase the maximum impervious surface of the lot to be greater than fifty (50) percent. Furthermore, the applicant does not satisfy the four criteria contained in Subsection 4-9 A. of the LDC. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Based on the findings stated above, staff does not find the variance requested by the applicants as supportable. 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Ina pareal Shawn dwraon ds sco Client ft Alt"NSIlms, rostriefions, sad cm, CO'Waw "WWWW'a POO ar aprarad ar gad on Puako Raeside baro basun marvdr sly sods odrNoa,Not Maloof No search of the E4, 00 ELEV Abowbon (KWOO#19 Pool POW010041mon"'N" PHAN, W., 00.001 nW*An#*,* Pt POIN or ftlarsocon 0 The legal doscaPpeo shown bases" 10 04 furnished by cltaftj Pa.PAC, POW OrRevocto conrewo 7. Platted and aw"onetobleftes and *04:000s Fla P1 FJOW Pr ftw 01 r&V#W4 O'C*P'*$ Of litis' SWVOY mq be made for 0`0 the $40no unless valeflinso, noted 1A tnto F" ft pad" Denotes Wkoo fed tolit YOHW tow odgkial nee"'lle, "dy fto RAO RadWLIns Plastic CAP n1saked L84937 at LS3 t92, at RES 80"W100 K"Iron too vAh I Atv LmOth 0 00 r Wate S P, 0. P � '(*Pdo rPM18"f*Wn'j VWnMj ad' 0 0 'Wan S S 0 Corner", 0 14e, ease as ali o�dav 11 a 10 d. to LkAWAO04's"So PAV a re, is Lanosa"Yor Donates POnAWWAI R01"'We pokot raw 0 2004 Hats a A"Sociaws fns. AN monunwnt moo &Wowed TYPI TY*40 rightsarlan,.b, NPNAD) Arts and alsk -Alw- Pon" JPAW twO, *A") I AIR hal fladw •K—K. Fafto s~ clso Anufte Gaur1. Not weal W era ON $WV '0*48001V AndOn, #V*t "d a., OP *total* pr OCAZE# 03 . 013-01 And 08.10-04 and COPY OF ADVERTISEMENT Date Published and Media Name L 2B The West Orange Times Thursday.August 29,2019 Advertisement or Article FIRST INSERTION CITY OF OCOEE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REQUEST FOR VARIANCE APPLICANT:SALIMA JASSANI&GHULAM NYDER CASE NUMBER:VR-19-03 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,that the OCOEE PLANNING&ZONING COM- MISSION will hold a PUBLIC HEARING on TUESDAY,SEPTEMBER 10, 2019,at 6:30 P.M.or as soon thereafter as possible,at the Ocoee City Commission Chambers,150 N Lakeshore Drive,Ocoee,Florida,in order to consider the petition of Salima Jassani and Ghulam Hyder for a variance according to the provisions of Article IV,subsection 4-9 of the City of Ocoee Land Development Code. Action Requested: The parcel is located at 401 Calliope Court.The Orange County Property Appraiser Identification Number(PIN)is 32-22-28-9285-00- 980.The applicant is requesting a maximum allowed impervious coverage area variance from 50%to 54.8%for a 884 square foot screen enclosed patio with paver bricks. Interested parties may appear at the cited meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed variance.This notice is given pursuant to Article IV,Subsection 4-9 B. (1),and page 180.4.43 of the City of Ocoee Land Development Code. A copy of the application and the City of Ocoee Staff Report may be examined at the Planning De- partment located in City Hall at the address indicated above,between the hours of 8:00 a.m.and 5:00 p.m.,Monday-Friday,except legal holidays.The Ocoee Planning &Zoning Commission may continue the public hearing to other dates and times, as they deem necessary.Any interested party shall be advised that the dates,times, and places of continuation of these or continued public hearings shall be announced during the hearing and that no further notices regarding these matters will be pub- lished.You are advised that any person who desires to appeal any decision made at the public hearings will need a record of the proceedings and for this purpose may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made which includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based.Persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the City Clerk's Office 48 hours in advance of the meeting at 407-905-3105. August 29,2019 19-03985W ITEM NUMBER IV. B. PUBLIC HEARING LADYBIRD ACADEMY 1. VARIANCE Mayor Rusty Johnson City Manager Robert Frank DATE: TO: FROM: 0 C0 florlda STAFF REPORT September 10, 2019 Commissioners Larry Brinson Sr., District 1 Rosemary Wilsen, District 2 Richard Firstner, District 3 George Oliver III, District 4 Planning & Zoning Commission (Local Planning Agency) Kiel Gajadhar, Zoning Manager SUBJECT: Ladybird Academy 2060 West Rd. Application for Variance Project No(s): VR -19-04 ISSUE: Should the Planning and Zoning Commission recommend granting approval of a variance request by the applicant to increase the maximum allowed wall sign height from 3.5 feet to 5.2 feet. BACKGROUND: The applicant, Derek Sakala, is requesting approval for a maximum wall sign height variance from 3.5 feet to 5.2 feet for a wall sign intended to be placed above the entryway of the Ladybird Academy. The subject property is a Planned Unit Development (PUD) intended for Community Commercial (C-2) zoning usage and is located at 2060 West Road. The building on the property is approximately 13,361 square feet in size. Its Orange County Parcel Identification Number (PIN) is 06-22-28-0000-00-085. The proposed sign in discussion is located 200 feet to the south of West Road. The applicant was also recently approved for a monument sign with a copy area of up to 36 square feet on each side. DISCUSSION: According to Subsection 4-9 A., the variance application/applicant must demonstrate: (1) That special conditions and circumstances exist which are peculiar to the land, structures, or required subdivision improvements involved and which are not applicable to other lands, structures, or required subdivision improvements. No special conditions and circumstances exist, which are peculiar to the land or existing structure as indicated on the aerial and location map attached. P&Z Meeting Date: September 10, 2019 Project: Ladybird Academy — 2060 West Rd. Application for Variance Project Number(s): VR -19-04 (2) That a literal interpretation of the provisions of these regulations would deprive the applicant of rights commonly enjoyed by other properties with similar conditions. The applicant is subject to the same signage design standards as other properties with similar conditions under the existing zoning designation and Land Developmental Code (LDC). The applicant can construct a wall sign on the front entrance of the property's primary building while still meeting the maximum allowed sign height of 3.5 feet for buildings up to 25,000 square feet in size. (3) That the special conditions and circumstances do not result from the actions of the applicant. The subject property is bound by a larger right-of-way than similar surrounding properties, creating a special circumstance. The right-of-way is approximately 100 feet to the south of West Road and north of the property. In addition, the approved monument sign is required to be placed 10 feet away from any right-of-way as per Ocoee Land Development Code (LDC) Article 6-14 subsection C5. Therefore, the monument sign is required to be placed at least 110 feet from West Road. (4) That the granting of the variance requested will not confer on the applicant any special privilege that is denied by these regulations to other lands, structures, or required subdivision improvements under similar conditions. The surrounding properties are zoned for commercial use and are governed by the same maximum sign height and size based on its buildings square footage, as per Ocoee Land Development Code (LDC) Article 6-14 subsection C5. Granting a variance to the applicant will allow for other properties to apply for relief of the required signage design standards. The granting of this variance will confer special privileges to the applicant that are not currently granted to other lands, structures, or required subdivision improvements under similar conditions as shown on the zoning map attached. As indicated on the sketch/drawings, the proposed wall sign is 1.7 feet above the allowed maximum height for a commercial building up to 25,000 square feet in size. This requirement is specified in the Ocoee LDC Article 6-14 subsection C5 and states that a commercial building up to 25,000 square feet must have a maximum sign area of 75 square feet and a maximum height of 3.5 square feet. Furthermore, the applicant does not satisfy the four criteria contained in Subsection 4-9 A. of the LDC. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Based on the findings stated above, staff does not find the variance requested by the applicant as supportable. Staff recommends that any decision be conditioned on factual interpretation of code requirements and public testimony related to such provisions, should the Planning and Zoning Commission make a finding consistent to staff. P&Z Meeting Date: September 10, 2019 Project: Ladybird Academy — 2060 West Rd. Application for Variance Project Number(s): VR -19-04 Attachments: Location Map Proposed Wall Sign Layout Aerial Map ol 0 Lill UJ m 9 I 04 Ali & x ��l I cc m r, M �Lo scow J IM4 ou- E,6 ov W 0 U. Ali x ��l cc m r, M �Lo scow J IM4 ou- E,6 ov W 0 U. 4 COPY OF ADVERTISEMENT Date Published and Media Name 2B The West Orange Times Thursday,August 29,2019 Advertisement or Article FIRST INSERTION CITY OF OCOEE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REQUEST FOR VARIANCE APPLICANT:DEREK SAKALA CASE NUMBER:VR-19-04 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,that the OCOEE PLANNING&ZONING COM- MISSION will hold a PUBLIC HEARING on TUESDAY,SEPTEMBER 10, 2019,at 6:30 P.M.or as soon thereafter as possible,at the Ocoee City Commission Chambers,150 N Lakeshore Drive,Ocoee,Florida,in order to consider the petition of Derek Sakala for a variance according to the provisions of Article IV,subsection 4-9 of the City of Ocoee Land Development Code. Action Requested: The parcel is located at 2060 West Road.The Orange County Property Appraiser Identification Number(PIN)is 06-22-28-0000-00- 085.The applicant is requesting a maximum wall sign height variance from 3.5 feet to 5.3 feet for a wall sign intended to be placed above the entryway of the Ladybird Academy. Interested parties may appear at the cited meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed variance.This notice is given pursuant to Article IV,Subsection 4-9 B.(1),and page 180.4.43 of the City of Ocoee Land Development Code. A copy of the application and the City of Ocoee Staff Report may be examined at the Planning Department located in City Hall at the address indicated above, between the hours of 8:00 a.m.and 5:00 p.m.,Monday-Friday,except legal holidays.The Ocoee Planning&Zoning Commission may continue the public hearing to other dates and times,as they deem necessary. Any interested party shall be advised that the dates,times,and places of continuation of these or continued public hearings shall be announced during the hearing and that no further notices regarding these matters will be published.You are advised that any person who desires to appeal any decision made at the public hearings will need a record of the proceedings and for this purpose may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made which includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based.Persons with disabilities needing as- sistance to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the City Clerk's Office 48 hours in advance of the meeting at 407-905-3105. August 29,2019 19-03986W ITEM NUMBER IV. C. PUBLIC HEARING VMG ESTATES (OCOEE TOWNHOMES) 1. SMALL SCALE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT 2. REZONING TO PUD Mayor Rusty Johnson City Manager Robert Frank DATE: TO: FROM: STAFF REPORT September 10, 2019 Commissioners Larry Brinson, SR., District 1 Rosemary Wilsen, District 2 Richard Firstner, District 3 George Oliver III, District 4 Planning & Zoning Commission (Local Planning Agency) Michael Rumer, City Planner SUBJECT: VMG Estates (Ocoee Townhomes) 815 Clarcona Ocoee Road Small Scale Land Use Amendment & Rezoning to PUD Project No(s): CPA -2019-004 & RZA 9-08-10 ISSUE: Should the Planning and Zoning Commission acting as the Land Planning Agency (LPA) recommend approval of a Small -Scale Land Use Amendment from "Low Density Residential" to "Medium Density Residential" and a rezoning from R-1 to Planned Unit Development (PUD). BACKGROUND: General Location: The property is generally located at 815 Clarcona Ocoee Road, on the east side of N Lakewood Avenue AKA Clarcona Ocoee Road. Parcel Identification Number(s): 08-22-28-00-00-028 Physical Address: 815 Clarcona Ocoee Road Property Size: 3.89 Acres Actual land use, proposed land use and unique features of the subject property: The subject property is vacant. The current future land use and zoning classifications of the surrounding properties: DIRECTION: CURRENT FUTURE LAND USE CURRENT ZONING North Rural A-1 (Orange County) East Rural A-1 (Orange County) South LDR (Low Density Residential) R-1 (City of Ocoee) West Rural A-1 (Orange County) P&Z Meeting Date: September 10, 2019 Error! Reference source not found.Error! Reference source not found. Project: VMG Estates (Ocoee Townhomes) — 815 Clarcona Ocoee Road Small Scale Land Use Amendment & Rezoning to PUD Project Number(s): CPA -2019-004 & RZ-19-08-10 DISCUSSION: The applicant is proposing to rezone the 3.89 acres from R-1 to PUD in order to develop 26 townhome units. The proposed density is seven (7) dwelling units per acre. The (small-scale) Comprehensive Plan Land Use Amendment consists of classifying all 3.89 acres of the subject property from "Low -Density Residential" to "Medium Density Residential' in order to accommodate the density of seven (7) dwelling units per acre in the PUD. All townhome units will contain two (2) car garages and provide an open space and recreation tract, stormwater retention, and a lift station tract. The internal roadway will be public and meet minimum roadway standards. A Preliminary and Final Subdivision plan will be provided in the next step of the process. DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE (DRC) RECOMMENDATION: The Development Review Committee (DRC) met on August 28, 2019, and recommends approval of the Small -Scale Land Use Amendment from "Low Density Residential" to "Medium Density Residential" and the rezoning to PUD Planned Unit Development. 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Interested parties may appear at the public hearing and be heard with re- spect to the proposed action.The complete case file,including a complete legal description by metes and bounds,may be inspected at the Ocoee Planning De- partment located at 150 North Lakeshore Drive,Ocoee,Florida between the hours of 8:00 a.m.and 5:00 p.m.,Monday through Friday,except legal holidays. The Ocoee Planning&Zoning Commission may continue the public hearing to other dates and times,as it deems necessary. Any interested party shall be advised of the dates,times,and places of any continuation of these or continued public hearings shall be announced during the hearing and no further notices regarding these matters will be published.You are advised that any person who desires to appeal any decision made at the public hearings will need a record of the proceedings and for this purpose may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made which includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act,persons needing a special accommodation or an interpreter to participate in this proceeding should contact the City Clerk's Office 48 hours in advance of the meeting at(407)905-3105. August 29,2019 19-03987W COPY OF ADVERTISEMENT I Date Published and Media Name 12B The West Orange Times Thursday,August 29.2019 L Advertisement or Article FIRST INSERTION CITY OF OCOEE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 815 CLARCONA OCOEE ROAD(N.LAKEWOOD AVE.) VMG ESTATES OCOEE TOWNHOMES REZONING TO PUD CASE NUMBER:RZ-19-08-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,pursuant to Article I,Subsection 1-10(A)(1)and Article IV,Subsection 4-5.B.,of the City of Ocoee Land Development Code,that on TUESDAY,SEPTEMBER 10,2019,AT 6:30 P.M.or as soon thereafter as prac- tical,the OCOEE PLANNING&ZONING COMMISSION will hold a PUBLIC HEARING at the City of Ocoee Commission Chambers,150 North Lakeshore Drive, Ocoee,Florida to consider the rezoning for a parcel identified as parcel number:08- 22-28-0000-00-028.The subject property is approximately 3.89 acres in size and is located on the east side of Clarcona Ocoee Road,at 815 Clarcona Ocoee Road (N.Lakewood Ave.).The rezoning would be from City of Ocoee"R-1"Low Density Residential to City of Ocoee"PUD"Planned Unit Development.The proposed use is for a twenty-six(26)unit townhome to be constructed in 5 lots. The complete case file,including a complete legal description by metes and bounds,may be inspected at the Ocoee Planning Department located at 150 North Lakeshore Drive,Ocoee,Florida between the hours of 8:00 a.m.and 5:00 p.m.,Monday through Friday,except legal holidays.The Ocoee Planning&Zon- ing Commission may continue the public hearing to other dates and times,as it deems necessary. Any interested party shall be advised of the dates,times, and places of any continuation of these or continued public hearings shall be announced during the hearing and no further notices regarding these matters will be published.You are advised that any person who desires to appeal any decision made at the public hearings will need a record of the proceedings and for this purpose may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made which includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act,persons need- ing a special accommodation or an interpreter to participate in this proceeding should contact the City Clerk's Office 48 hours,in advance of the meeting at (407)905-3105. ly 03g88W August 29,2019 ITEM NUMBER V. MISCELLANEOUS A. PROJECT STATUS UPDATE B. SEPTEMBER CALENDAR September - 2019 Development Services New Development Update The following information is respectfully submitted to the Honorable Mayor and Planning & Zoning Commission by Mike Rumer, City Planner, in order to provide general information about public and private development in the City of Ocoee. Please feel free to contact City Planner Rumer at ext. 1018 for additional information or questions. District 1— Larry Brinson, Sr. Project Name & General Location Project Description Status ALI VARIANCE - 919 MARLENE DRIVE Variance request was to allow a side yard Approved at the June 4, setback reduction from 7.5 to 5 to construct 2019 City Commission Parcel # 08-22-28-6140-00-310 an attached garage Meeting 0.17 acres DOLLAR TREE 2176 Ocoee Apopka Road Small Scale site plan for a 9,973 square foot Approved for Construction Parcel # 06-22-28-9243-01-000 commercial building July 16, 2019 1. 72 acres Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. FOUNTAINS WEST COMMONS PLAT (AKA SUMMIT SELF STORAGE) 3 Lot Commercial Plat. A replat of Lot 8, 3rd Review comments sent 255 Fountains West Blvd. Fountains West May 15, 2019. Parcel # 06-22-28-2856-08-000 11.73 acres Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. FOUNTAINS WEST COMMONS (AKA SUMMIT SELF STORAGE) Small Scale Comprehensive Plan 255 Fountains West Blvd. Amendment from "City of Ocoee" Low Approved at the May 7, 2019 Parcel # 06-22-28-2856-08-000 Density Residential and Light Industrial to City Commission Meeting 11.73 acres "City of Ocoee" Commercial Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. GREENS AT FOREST LAKE Large Scale Comprehensive Plan Approved at the December 2291 West Road Amendment for Agricultural to medium 4, 2018, City Commission Parcel # 05-22-28-0000-00-017 Density ; Rezoning to PUD for 200 Unit Meeting 2nd Reading 14.10 acres Townhome Community Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. GREENS AT FOREST LAKE PHASE 1 & 2 2291 West Road Large Scale Parcel # 05-22-28-0000-00-017 Preliminary/Final Subdivision Plan is Approved for Construction on 14.10 acres proposing 198 -unit two-story Townhome with June 18, 2019 West Road a max living area of 1,500 SF. Parcel # 05-22-28-0000-00-043 14.97 acres Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. 11 Page GREENS AT FOREST LAKE PLAT 2291 West Road Parcel # 05-22-28-0000-00-017 14.10 acres Plat for 198 townhomes Under 1st Review West Road Parcel # 05-22-28-0000-00-043 14.97 acres Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. HOMES IN PARTNERSHIP 330 13TH AVENUE (HOMES IN PARTNERSHIP ANNEXATION) Annexation for water service to property and Approved at the June 18, 330 137"H Avenue Rezoning from Residential to Community 2019 City Commission Parcel # 08-22-28-5956-10-031 Commercial Meeting 0.16 acres Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. HOMES IN PARTNERSHIP 330 13TH AVENUE (HOMES IN PARTNERSHIP ANNEXATION) Annexation for water service to property and Approved at the June 18, 34013r"Avenue Rezoning from Residential to Community 2019 City Commission Parcel # 08-22-28-5956-10-020 Commercial Meeting 0.17 acres Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. INNOVATION MONTESSORI SCHOOL PHASE 3 Small Scale Site Plan Phase 3 for a 91753 1st Review Comments sent 1610 N Lakewood Ave. square foot building and is proposing a January 16, 2019; awaiting Parcel # 07-22-28-0000-00-054 soccer field resubmittal for 2nd review 20.16 acres Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. LADYBIRD ACADEMY West Road Small Scale Site Plan for a 12,989 square Parcel# 06-22-28-000-00-008 foot child daycare facility Under Construction 5.45 acres Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. LADYBIRD ACADEMY Requesting a maximum wall sign height West Road variance from 3.5 feet to 5.3 feet for a wall Planning & Zoning Meeting Parcel # 06-22-28-000-00-008 sign intended to be placed above the September 10, 2019; City 5.45 acres entryway of the Ladybird Academy Commission October 15, Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. 2019 NICOLE BLVD SUBDIVISION Nicole Boulevard Preliminary/Final Site Plan, 19 single-family Parcel # 08-22-28-0000-00-045 lots (2,700 sf House Pad: Includes Placed on hold by applicant 6.19 acres accessory structures and sidewalks) Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. OCOEE TOWNHOMES AKA DRC Meeting August 28, VMG ESTATES AT OCOEE Small Scale Comprehensive Plan 2019; Planning & Zoning Amendment from Low Density Residential to Meeting September 10, 815 Clarcona Ocoee Rd Medium Density Residential 2019; City Commission 1 s' Parcel # 08-22-28-0000-00-028 Reading October 1, 2019; 3.89 acres Rezoning to PUD City Commission 2nd Readng Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. October 15, 2019 21 Page OCOEE VILLAGE CENTER Clarcona Ocoee Road Planning & Zoning meeting Parcel # 05-22-28-0000-00-040 Large Scale Comprehensive Plan , April 9 2019; City Westbridge Court Amendment from Low Density Residential to 5� Commission 1 Reading Parcel # 05-22-28-0000-00-046 High Density Residential and Commercial Public Hearing Transmittal 10711 NLakewood Ave Rezoning from R -1A to PUD for the CPA, April 16, 2019; Parcel # 05-22-28-0000-00-004 2nd Reading of the 73.41 acres Transmittal June 18, 2019 Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. ORAGE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS Substantial Amendment to the Ocoee Crown Approved at the July 16, Parcel # 06-22-28-0000-00-081 Point PUD 2019 City Commission 37.46 acres Meeting Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr PHASE 1 LOT1 FOUNTAINS WEST COMMONS PUD, FKA LOT 8, FOUNTAINS WEST PUD Preliminary/Final Large -Scale Site Plan for a "SUMMIT SELF -STORAGE" 34,200 SF (Each Floor) three -Story Self Approved for Construction on 255 Fountains West Blvd. Storage Building February 1, 2019 Parcel # 06-22-28-2856-08-000 11.73 acres Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. PRESERVE AT CROWN POINT, PHASE 2B Mattamy Homes proposes 153 single-family 1970 Ocoee Crown Point Pkwy. residential lots, private and gated roads, Parcel# 01-22-27-0000-00-012 1.94 acre pool and park and a walking path Under Construction 99.19 acres adjacent to Lake Apopka Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. SKIPPER PROPERTY -1936 Under 1s' Review; Planning ADAIR Annexation for water service and Rezoning and Zoning meeting August Parcel # 08-22-28-0000-00-084 from "Orange County' A-1 to "City of Ocoee" 13, 2019; City Commission 1.01 acres R-1 1st Reading September 17, Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. 2019; City Commission 2nd Reading October 1, 2019 VMG ESTATES AT OCOEE 815 Clarcona Ocoee Rd Annexation approved at the Parcel # 08-22-28-0000-00-028 Annexation December 4, 2018 City 3.89 acres Commission Meeting Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. Small Scale Comprehensive Plan VMG ESTATES AT OCOEE Amendment 815 Clarcona Ocoee Rd The Small -Scale Comprehensive Plan Annexation approved at the Parcel # 08-22-28-0000-00-028 Amendment consists of classifying December 4, 2018 City 3.89 acres approximately 3.89 acres of the subjectproperty Commission Meeting Commission District 1 -Larry Brinson, Sr. from Low Density Residential to Medium Density Residential. Rezoning to PUD. VMG ESTATES AT OCOEE 815 Clarcona Ocoee Rd The rezoning would be from City of Ocoee Annexation approved at the Parcel # 08-22-28-0000-00-028 "R-1" Low Density Residential to City of December 4, 2018 City 3.89 acres Ocoee "PUD" Planned Unit Development. Commission Meeting Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. The proposed use is for a twenty-six (26) unit townhome to be constructed in 5 lots. 31 Page WESTYN BAY LOT 2 2222 Ocoee Apopka Road Small Scale Site Plan for a 15,403 Square Approved for Construction on Parcel #06-22-28-9243-02-000 footage one-story retail/commercial center August 20, 2019 1. 90 acres Commission District 1- Larry Brinson, Sr. District 2 - Rosemary Wilsen Project Name & General Location Project Description Status 4 LOCOS TACO 101 W. Silver Star Road Small Scale Site Plan , two-story 4,004 S.F Parcel # 18-22-28-4100-00-171 restaurant, with an outdoor bar Approved for construction 0.61 acres Commission District 2 - Rosemary Wilsen 3872 OLD WINTER GARDEN ROAD 3872 Old Winter Garden Road Annexation, Small Scale Comprehnsive Plan Approved at the February 19, 2019 City Commission Parcel # 28-22-28-0000-00-019 Aendment, Rezoning to PUD meeting 1.25 acre Commission District 2 - Rosemary Wilsen AMARAN PROPERTY - 2"D P&Z October 9, 2018; City STREET Commission 1st Reading 403 2nd street Annexation & Rezoning , from Orange November 20, 2018; 2nd Parcel # 17-22-28-0000-00-043 County "R-1" to City of Ocoee" R-1" Reading January 15, 2019 0.39 acre Cancelled, Pending Owner Commission District 2 - Rosemary Wilsen Submittal CHAUDHRY PROPERTY -1108 E. SILVER STAR ROAD Parcel # 17-22-28-3624-01-210 Lot Split; proposed single family homes Approved on May 30, 2019 0.44 acres Commission District 2 - Rosemary Wilsen CHAUDHRY PROPERTY -1108 E. SILVER STAR ROAD Variance Planning & Zoning meeting August 13, 2019, City Parcel # 17-22-28-3624-01-210 The applicant is requesting a variance for a Commission meeting 0.44 acres minimum lot width from 70 feet to 65.56 feet. October 1, 2019 Commission District 2 - Rosemary Wilsen CITY CENTER WEST ORANGE, PARCEL 1, PHASE IV, LOT 4A 2nd Review Comments sent 251 Main Street Small Scale Site Plan, two-story 20,000 SF June 18, 2,d Awaiting Parcel # 20-22-28-0000-00-015 office/retail building r resubmittal forr 3 3 Review e 11.92 acres Commission District 2 - Rosemary Wilsen DARREN CENTER 9961 West Colonial Drive Annexation & Initial Zoning to PUD for two- Approved at the City Parcel# 21-22-28-0000-00-012 story, 15,200 square -foot Medical and Commission meeting March 7.06 acres Professional office building 20, 2018 Commission District 2 - Rosemary Wilsen HARPER PROPERTY - E. SILVER STAR ROAD Annexation and Rezoning from "Orange Approved at the City 1304 E. Silver Star Road County" Retail Commercial District (C-1) to "City Commission meeting March Parcel # 17-22-28-0000-00-048 of Ocoee' Neighborhood Shopping (C- 19, 2019 1.26 acres 1) Commission District 2 - Rosemary Wilsen 41 Page HEALTH CENTRAL HOSPITAL SKILLED NURSING FACILITY 1300 Ohio Avenue 3 -story Hospice (20,856 Square Foot), Parcel # 28-22-28-6689-03-010 Memory Care and Nursing Home Under Construction 3.67 acres Commission District 2 - Rosemary Wilsen LAKE LOTTA 714 White Road Substantial amendment to the PUD / Parcel # 21-22-28-0000-00-021 Rezoning to PUD -Proposed 300 Unit 15� review revision 61.16 acres Apartment, 186 Townhomes, 138 unit Single comments sent April 30, Jacob Nathan Blvd Family Homes - 6.6 acres of commercial on 2nd 2019, awaiting 2 Review Parcel# 21-22-28-0000-00-029 a 69 acre parcel Submittal 8.12 acres Commission District 2 - RosemaT Wilsen OAKS COMMERCE CENTER 1104 S Clarke Road Small Scale Final Site Plan 16,800 square Parcel # 21-22-28-3093-01-000 foot Retail building approved for construction Under Construction 1.81 acre on Mar 10, 2015 Commission District 2 - Rosemary Wilsen OCOEE TOWN SHOPS 9729 W. Colonial Drive Parcel# 21-22-28-6328-00-070 Rezoning (Revision to the PUD), PUD Approved at the February 19, 2019 City Commission 3.30 acres Amendment from PUD to PUD -Commercial meeting Commission District 2 - Rosemary Wilsen PENDAS LAW STORAGE 282 E. Geneva Street Small Scale Site Plan for a 7200 square foot Parcel # 20-22-28-0000-00-041 storage law office storage facility Under Construction 0.99 acres Commission District 2 - Rosemary Wilsen TOP GUN CHEER Large Scale Preliminary/Final Site Plan for 631 S. BlufordAve. proposed 36,711 SF "Competitive Parcel # 17-22-28-6144-04-210 Cheerleading" gymnasium Under Construction 4.51 acres Commission District 2 - Rosemary Wilsen WEST ORANGE MEDICAL CENTER Annexation, Small Scale Comprehensive 3462 Old Winter Garden Road Plan Amendment from low density 2nd Review Comments sent Parcel #29-22-28-0000-00-036 Residential to Commercial, and Rezoning on August 20, 2019; Awaiting 3442 Old Winter Garden Road from "Orange County' R-1AAA to "City of resubmittal for 31d Review Parcel #29-22-28-0000-00-028 Ocoee" PD Commercial 1.21 acres Commission District 2 - Rosemary Wilsen District 3 - Richard Firstner Project Name & Status General Location Project Description 901 E. CROWN POINT RD. AKA Approved at City ALL AMERICAN BARRICADES Commission metting 901 E. Crown Point Rd. Large Scale Preliminary/ Final Site Plan, December 4, 2018, 2nd Parcel # 12-22-27-0000-00-081 29,775 SF of Office/Warehouse Building Review comments sent on 2.4 acres January 28, 2019; awaiting Commission District 3 - Richard Firstner resubmittal for final stamping 51 Page ARYA 868 Roberson Road Large Scale Preliminary/Final Site Plan for a Pre -Construction Meeting Parcel# 31-22-28-0000-00-005 203,270 four-story total building area August 29, 2019; Approved 10. 29 acres Independent Living Facility for Construction on August Commission District 3 - Richard Firstner 21, 2019 CITY CENTER WEST ORANGE Clear and Grub permit for 3 parcels 362 Main Street 1. Lot 5 behind RaceTrac Parcel # 20-22-28-0000-00-021 2. North side of Maine street Tree and Brush Removal for 15.83 acres 3. Maguire Road north of Colonial Future development Commission District 3 - Richard Firstner Drive and behind the Fairfield Inn Hotel DANIEL / RAY SUBDIVISION 11700 West Colonial Drive Parcel # 30-22-28-0000-00-074 Plat Review for 3 lots Project has expired 2.50 acres Commission District 3 - Richard Firstner DANIEL/ RAY SUBDIVISION 11700 West Colonial Drive Preliminary/Final Subdivision Plan, 10,800 Parcel # 30-22-28-0000-00-074 SF veterinary hospital on lot 1 Project has expired 2.50 acres Commission District 3 - Richard Firstner HILL PLAZA (F.K.A OCOEE HILL F.K.A. RETAIL OCOEE) Small Scale Site Plan for a new retail Lot 1 of Lake Bennet Centre Replat restaurant, or office building around 5,700 1350 City View Court square foot in size with associated parking, Under Construction Parcel # 20-22-28-4238-00-011 utilities, drainage, landscaping, and irrigation 0.90 acres requirements. Commission District 3 - Richard Firstner INSPIRATION TOWN CENTER Large Scale Preliminary/Final Site plan, 90 AND LUXURY HOMES luxury townhouses, with four commercial 820 Tomyn Blvd buildings consisting of a preschool, with Pre -Construction meeting Parcel# 30-22-28-0000-00-017 office and retail space March 281h. Approved for Maguire Road Building 1 (one-story pre-school) = 13,681 sf Construction. Parcel # 30-22-28-0000-00-004 Building 2 (one-story office/retail = 12,600 sf 16.87 acre Building 3 (two-story office/retail = 42,350 sf Commission District 3 -Richard Firstner Building 4 (one-story retail) = 3,591 sf Variance JASSANI / HYDER PROPERTY Planning & Zoning meeting 401 Calliope Street Variance request to allow a maximum September 10, 2019, City Parcel # 32-22-28-9285-00-80 impervious coverage area from 50% to 54% Commission meeting for an 884 square foot enclosed patio with October 15, 2019 brick pavers. LEGACY LIFESTYLES SENIOR HOUSING OF OCOEE 934 Roberson Road 3 -story 112,259 square foot Assisted Living Approved for construction on Parcel # 31-22-28-0000-00-051 Facility on 6.77 acre Parcel 1 February 10, 2018. 17.05 acres Commission District 3 - Richard Firstner MAGUIRE AND HWY 50 RETAIL 11010 W Colonial Drive Parcel# 30-22-28-0000-00-032 (2) two one-story Retail buildings 6,910 11030 W Colonial Drive square feet and 7,912 square feet Under Construction Parcel # 30-22-28-0000-00-020 7.87 acres Commission District 3 - Richard Firstner 61 Page OCOEE BUSINESS PARK, PHASE 1, LOT 1 576 Ocoee Business Pkwy. Small Scale Final Site Plan, Proposed Parcel# 18-22-28-6139-01-000 32,652 Industrial/Commercial building Under Construction 2.93 acres Commission District 3 - Richard Firstner OCOEE BUSINESS PARK, PHASE 2, BUILDING 100 Large Scale Final Site Plan, 105,663 SF Maguire Road. Parcel # 18-22-28-0000-00-026 Industrial Warehouse Under Construction 0.33 acres Commission District 3 - Richard Firstner OCOEE BUSINESS PARK, PHASE 2, BUILDING 200 Maguire Road. Large Scale Final Site Plan, 144,000 SF Parcel # 18-22-28-0000-00-026 Industrial Warehouse Under Construction 0.33 acres Commission District 3 - Richard Firstner OCOEE BUSINESS PARK, PHASE 2, BUILDING 300 Maguire Road. Large Scale Final Site Plan, 405,596 SF Parcel# 18-22-28-0000-00-026 Industrial Warehouse Under Construction 0.33 acres Commission District 3 - Richard Firstner OCOEE VILLAGE Large Scale Final Site Plan, Proposed four Franklin Street s with 39,100 SF (4) Two -Story Buildings Approved for Construction on Parcel # 18-22-28-0000-00-025 Office Space and 33,100 SF Retail. August 29, 2018 5.77 acres Approved Clear and Grub Permit Commission District 3 - Richard Firstner THE PARK AT 429, BUILDING 100 549 East Crown Point Rd. Large Scale Site Plan for 109,400 sf, 2 Story Parcel # 13-22-27-6649-01-000 Office Building. Under Construction 4.48 acres Commission District 3 - Richard Firstner PET PARADISE RESORT Small Scale Site Plan for a Pet Resort and 1175 Tomyn Road Retail Restaurant split in 2 phases. Phase Parcel 31-22-28-0000-00-050 one will have a 14,675-sf building and phase Under Construction 8.12 acres 2 will have a 16,182-sf building Commission District 3 - Richard Firstner RUSTEAK NEW LOCATION Annexation, Small Scale Comprehensive AND DISTILLERY Plan Amendment from Professional Offices Apprved at the June 18, 11077 Roberson Road and Services to Commercial, and Rezoning "Orange 2019 City Commission Parcel #31-22-28-0000-00-014 from County' A-1 (Agriculture) to "Cit 2.93 acres Y of Ocoee" C-2(CommunityMeeting Commission District 3 - Richard Firstner Commercial) 71 Page SYSCO 200 Story Road Parcel # 19-22-28-0000-00-028 Small Scale Site Plan for a 64,606 sf Food 210 Story Road Distribution Facility Under Construction Parcel # 19-22-28-0000-00-039 30.89 acre property at Commission District 3 - Richard Firstner Large Scale Preliminary/Final Site Plan from Barrios Engineering proposed 3 -buildings that will include a Retail store, a Shop and Warehouse storage Parcel A: VERMEER TRINITY Shop Area -11,723 SF 3rd Review Comments sent 441 Palm Drive Retail Area - 8,000 SF on April 24, awaiting 4m Parcel# 18-22-28-0000-00-012 Office Area - 8,000 SF Submittal; P&Z Meeting 432 Ocoee Apopka Road October 9, 2018; Approved Parcel # 18-22-28-0000-00-097 Parcel B: at December 4, 2018 City 8.68 acres Warehouse Area - 38,416 SF Commission Commission District 3 - Richard Firstner Retail Area - 5,000 SF Office Area - 2,000 SF Parcel C: Restaurant Area - 2,000 SF Wellness Area - 8,000 SF Medical Office Area - 2,000 SF WAFFLE HOUSE 1050 South Bluford Ave Commercial - Restaurant - Waffle House Approved for Construction on Parcel# 20-22-28-6156-02-000 around 1,881 square foot in size January 24, 2019 0.63 acres Commission District 3 - Richard Firstner District 4 - George Oliver III Project Name & General Location Project Description Status ARDEN PARK NORTH PHASE 3A AND AMENITY CENTER 9723 Clarcona Ocoee Road Large Scale Final Site Plan, 27 single family Under Construction Parcel # 04-22-28-0000-00-001 lots and amenity center 22.88 acres Commission District 4 - George Oliver III ARDEN PARK NORTH PHASE 36 9723 Clarcona Ocoee Road Large Scale Final Site Plan, 89 single family Parcel # 04-22-28-0000-00-001 homes Under ConstructionIV 22.88 acres Commission District 4 - George Oliver III ARDEN PARK NORTH PHASE 4 PLAT 9723 Clarcona Ocoee Road Plat; 90 single family homes Under 2nd Review Parcel# 04-22-28-0000-00-001 22.88 acres Commission District 4 - George Oliver III 81 Page ARDEN PARK NORTH PHASE 4A Approved for construction on 9723 Clarcona Ocoee Road Large Scale Preliminary/Final Subdivision 05/30/2019; Pre - Parcel # 04-22-28-0000-00-001 Plan, 90 single family homes Construction meeting on 22.88 acres June 5, 2019 Commission District 4 - George Oliver 111 ARDEN PARK NORTH PHASE 4B Approved for construction on 9723 Clarcona Ocoee Road Large Scale Preliminary/Final Subdivision 05/30/2019; Pre - Parcel # 04-22-28-0000-00-001 Plan, 122 single family homes Construction meeting on 22.88 acres June 5, 2019 Commission District 4 - George Oliver Ill ARDEN PARK NORTH PHASE 5 Under 3rd Review; DRC 9723 Clarcona Ocoee Road meeting February 4, 2019; Parcel # 0-22-28-0000-00-001 Large Scale Preliminary/Final Subdivision Planning & Zoning meeting 22.88 acres Plan, 89 single family homes February 12, 2019; Commission District 4 George Oliver III CityCommission Meeting Aril 2, 2019 ARDEN PARK CLARKE ROAD EXTENSION 2nd Review Comments sent 9723 Clarcona Ocoee Road Large Scale Preliminary/Final Subdivision on July 25, 2019; Awaiting Parcel #04-22-28-0000-00-001 Plan, Clarke Road Improvements resubmittal for 3rd Review 22.88 acres Commission District 4 - George Oliver III CIARA PLACE (F.K.A. VILLA ROMA) Approved at May 15, 2018 Large Scale Preliminary/Final Subdivision City Commission Meeting; 5th 2121 North Clarke Road Plan, 88 -unit 1,391 sf (per unit) residential Review Comments sent on Parcel # 04-22-28-0000-00-048 townhomes with a 2,400-sf clubhouse November 6, 2018; Under 611 21.05 acres Review Commission District 4 - George Oliver 111 CLRM PUD 44 W. McCormick Road Under 3rd review; Planning & Parcel # 33-21-28-0000-00-007 Comprehensive Plan Amendment, Zoning meeting April 9, 100 E McCormick Road Annexation & Initial Rezoning to a low 2019; City Commission Parcel # 34-21-28-0000-00-022 density residential future land use meeting 1st reading Public 3201 Trout Lake Road designation and zoning classification to PD Hearing Transmittal for the Parcel # 33-21-28-0000-00-020 CPA April 16, 2019 212.30 acres Commission District 4 -George Oliver III OCOEE LANDINGS 1910 E. Silver Star Road Parcel # 16-22-28-4532-00-141 Revision of Final Subdivision Plan for 50 1842 E Silver Star Road single family dwelling units Under Construction Parcel # 16-22-28-4532-00-140 21.53 acres Commission District 4 - George Oliver III OCOEE LANDINGS PLAT 1910 E. Silver Star Road Approved at the March 19th Parcel # 16-22-28-4532-00-141 City Commission Meeting; 1842 E Silver Star Road Plat Review for 50 lots Recorded on March 25, Parcel # 16-22-28-4532-00-140 2019. 21.53 acres Commission District 4 - George Oliver III 91 Page OCOEE RESERVE (fka Silver Star Road PUD) Ocoee Reserve Court Parcel # 15-22-28-6151-00-003 10.9 acres Commission District 4 - George Oliver III Plat Review for 51 lots Approved at the February 5, 2019, City Commission Meeting. Plat recorded February 7, 2019 OCOEE RESERVE (fka Silver Star Road PUD) Ocoee Reserve Court Large Scale Final Site Plan - 43 Single Parcel # 15-22-28-6151-00-003 Family lots Under Construction 10.9 acres Commission District 4 - George Oliver 111 PRAIRIE LAKE TRACT C Ocoee Vista Parkway/AD Mims Road Parcel# 09-22-28-0000-00-056 11.99 acres Amendment to the Prairie Lake PUD Tract C Under 1st Review Commission District 4 - George Oliver 111 101 Page 0 co 04 04 U, in CS CD in E C0 M C, 'o CL E Z = a 4i -0 c, 0 &; 0 a. CD .N 47 C4 m ........... . . . ---------------- ...... .. . . CL a c is o 0 cn 0 CL " o IL = C3 co co, co 0 4!ca 0 -a > L:t Z; 0 O E- U. CL CL 00 LO --------- . ..... . . ....... 04 . . . . ... .. ....... Sm =CG T O 4Y E con w a' m w (D ou may, E ou E 0 0 0 L) ro- E 0 E 0 cn o cl- E cL .�; 'm w m C) .0 !9 0 IR E 0) a a) to E 0 0 ..... . ... ... .. T7 ................ E m Ci W .0 c 0 0 0 0 cd 04 . ..... . 0) . .. . ....... C14 C) us 0 Lo C14 cr) 00 C14 04