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06-08-2021 Minutes 43174- Ocoee florida MINUTES PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION ACTING AS THE LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY Tuesday,June 8, 2021 I. CALL TO ORDER - 6:30 pm A. Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance B. Roll Call and Determination of Quorum Present: Vice-Chair Lomneck, Member Forges, Member Mellen Absent: Member Williams Also Present: Development Services Director Rumer, Assistant City Attorney Opsahl, Recording Clerk Heard Vice-Chair Lomneck announced the following, "City Hall is open to the public; however, attendance inside the Ocoee Commission Chambers is limited to accommodate social distancing and is subject to change based on the Governor's Executive Order. Any interested party is invited to be heard during the public comments and public hearing portion of the meeting. The public may also call or email comments and/or questions to 407-554-7118 or citizens@ocoee.org." II. CONSENT AGENDA A. Minutes of the Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting held May 11, 2021. (6:32 pm) Motion for Approval of the Consent Agenda: Moved by Member Mellen, Seconded by Member Forges; Motion passed unanimously with Member Williams absent. III. OLD BUSINESS -None IV. NEW BUSINESS—Public Hearings (6:32 pm) 1 Planning&Zoning Commission June 8,2021 A. Hassan Property, 613 Lyman Street—Variance Request; Project No: VR-21-02. (Advertised in the West Orange Times on Thursday, May 27, 2021) Planner Hines presented a brief overview of this proposed variance,which is located at 613 Lyman Street and is within the R-1 Single-Family Dwelling zoning district. The applicant is proposing to construct three (3) two-story homes with approximately 2,096 SF of living area with a minimum living area of 1,000 SF. In order to do this, the applicant is requesting that the Planning & Zoning Commission(P&Z), acting as the Local Planning Agency(LPA), recommend approval of three (3) variances as follows: • Minimum lot width reduction from 70 feet to 50 feet to create three (3) 50-foot wide lots. • Minimum lot size reduction from 7,000 SF to 5,000 SF. • Minimum front(south)building setback reduction for proposed lot three (3) from 25 feet to 9.3 feet along Lee Street, which is currently unimproved right-of-way (ROW). Planner Hines explained staff recommends the following conditions of approval, should the City Commission consider utilization of the unimproved Lee Street ROW as public open space, or a linear park in lieu of a roadway: 1. Architectural façade of the southern elevation for the home on proposed Lot 3 be similar in treatment and material as the primary façade elevation along Lyman Street. 2. Any fencing along the south property boundary of proposed Lot 3 shall be limited to a minimum 50 percent(50%) transparency and shall be of a decorative material. Discussion: Member Mellen inquired whether the requirement would be met if the property owner split the lot in half instead of splitting it into three lots. Planner Hines stated it would meet the requirements. Member Mellen asked if there is sewer or septic on this site, and whether there would be enough room for a drain field. Planner Hines stated it will be septic, and the permit would go through Orange County; however, there is City water with no plans of future sewer lines. Mahammad Hassan,Property Owner/Applicant, stated he shared this project with the surrounding neighbors who all approved. He stated he would meet the conditions of the City for architectural curb appeal and a decorative fence in order to get the approval. Member Mellen asked why not build two homes instead of three. Mr. Hassan explained he believes this project is the solution to the current housing shortage. (6:50 pm) Vice-Chair Lomneck opened the public hearing. Recording Clerk announced no emails or telephone calls were received. Vice-Chair Lomneck closed the public hearing. 2 Planning&Zoning Commission June 8,2021 (6:50 pm) Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of the Variance Request for the Hassan Property, 613 Lyman Street; Project No: VR-21-02; and further, subject to conditions that were specified by city staff, based on factual interpretation of the code requirements, as presented by staff, and public testimony related; Moved by Member Forges Vice-Chair Lomneck handed the gavel over to Member Mellen. Seconded by Member Lomneck; motion passed two to one with Member Mellen opposing and Member Williams absent. B. Christian Brothers Automotive, West Colonial Drive- Variance Request; Project No: VR-21-01. (Advertised in the West Orange Times on Thursday, May 27, 2021) Development Services Director Rumer presented a brief overview of this proposed variance, which is located on the north side of State Road 50 and the east side of Maguire Road. The proposed Christian Brothers Automotive Center is proposed to be on Lot 3 of the West Colonial Ocoee Commercial Subdivision. The subdivision contains three (3) Lots and a tract for drainage. Lot 1 has a Popeyes Chicken quick-serve restaurant. Lot 2 has a strip center with a QDobe, Smoothie King, Orlando Health Urgent Care, and National Pizza delivery restaurant, and Lot 3, which is vacant. Lot 3 is south of the Fairfield Inn and Suites, and east of Old Towne Pottery. This request for variances is to provide relief to building setbacks and buffer to standards created for Lot 3. The variances being requested are: • To reduce the east 10-foot landscape buffer down to one (1) foot for the location of a Compressor Room and driveway. • To reduce the building setback from the east property line adjacent to Tract A (stormwater) from 20 feet to one (1) foot for the Compressor Room and 15 feet for the main building. • To reduce the northern building setback as shown on the Preliminary Final Commercial Subdivision plan from 35 feet to 20 feet. Discussion: Benjamin Ellis, P.E., Engineer/Applicant, S&ME, 1615 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, thanked staff for their time, explained the proposed site, and asked if they had any questions. Vice-Chair Lomneck recommended a stipulation be placed on this such as no tires with sleeves be placed in the parking lot. (7:01 pm) Vice-Chair Lomneck opened the public hearing. The Board waited one minute for the public to email or call in for the Public Hearing. Recording Clerk announced no emails or telephone calls were received. 3 Planning&Zoning Commission June 8,2021 Vice-Chair Lomneck closed the public hearing. Member Forges asked if a sidewalk will be placed on the south side. Development Services Director Rumer said a sidewalk has not been added there. Discussion ensued with regard to placing a sidewalk or a pedestrian crossing along the backside of the building. (7:05 pm) Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of the Variance Request for the Christian Brothers Automotive on West Colonial Drive; Project No: VR-21-01, and further, add two conditions that (1) tires and equipment remain inside and (2) pedestrian access on the south side be added, based on factual interpretation of the code requirements, as presented by staff, and public testimony related; Moved by Member Mellen, Seconded by Member Forges; motion passed unanimously with Member Williams absent. C. Cemex Concrete Batch Plant, 450 Ocoee Apopka Road — Large Scale Preliminary Site Plan (PSP)with Waivers; Project No: LS-2021-003. (Advertised in the West Orange Times on Thursday, May 27, 2021) Development Services Director Rumer presented a brief overview of this proposed Large Scale Preliminary Site Plan (PSP), which is approximately 11 acres of undeveloped land, and located on the west side of Ocoee Apopka Road, about 1,275 feet north of the intersection of Palm Drive and Ocoee Apopka Road. The subject property has a current designation of Light Industrial with a zoning of I-1 (Restricted Manufacturing and Warehousing District), and outlined in the Future Land Use designation. He further explained this parcel is located within the Ocoee Special Economic Enhancement District (S.E.E.D.), which is intended to foster higher intensity uses and redevelopment than what is proposed with this plant, and within the Business Character Area Overlay, which also has specific zoning requirements as adopted by the ordinance and heavy industrial is not permitted. The proposed Cemex Concrete Batch Plant Preliminary Large Scale Site Plan consists of a 1,750 SF office building,7,320 SF shop building,65 feet high silo mixers that are proposed to be enclosed, open storage of materials, and other associated improvements to distribute cement, ready-mix concrete, and aggregates. The site will use City sewer and City water for the 1,750 SF office. However, Cemex will attempt to use a well for the bulk of its concrete batch processing,which will create a reduction in the expected demand of water for the 11 acres to the equivalence of three (3) residential homes. Three (3) site-specific waivers are being requested: height, storage, and use. The site-specific waivers are: • Height from 35 feet to 65 feet. This waiver is requested to locate the silos needed for manufacturing. The applicant is proposing to enclose the silos in a structure that will adhere to Florida Vernacular architecture. Staff cannot provide guidance on how sound will or will not be baffled as proposed. • Outdoor storage of materials. The site plan proposes eleven (11) large three-sided material bins, which will hold the material that is then taken to the silos. 4 Planning&Zoning Commission June 8,2021 • Manufacturing outdoors. The process to manufacture the cement will utilize a majority of the 11 acres that will have "materials" stored and moved around outdoor and then fed into a silo from the outside of the proposed enclosure. The site will run sprinklers to keep dust particles down. Development Services Director Rumer explained the City wanted to give Cemex a chance, because they are a great company; however, the outdoor storage and manufacturing of materials is an issue of concern for a Light Industrial I-1 Zoning. Therefore, staff's recommendation is to deny this project, because it is inconsistent with the S.E.E.D., the Business Character Area Overlay and incompatible with the current zoning regulations. Discussion: Member Forges asked where within the city would this be better suited. Development Services Director Rumer answered the heavy industrial park on Enterprise Street. Member Mellen asked where the closest residential area is, because he is concerned with air contaminants and environmental regulations set forth by the EPA. Development Services Director Rumer answered there is residential on the west side of the ditch in Orange County. Julie Kendig-Schrader,Applicant, GreenbergTraurig, 450 S. Orange Avenue, Suite 650, Orlando, announced who was present with her. She explained they have worked on numerous revisions to meet staffs recommendations;but unfortunately,even though they have worked well together,they were unable to come to an agreement. She explained the ready-mix plant process that is being proposed for this site,and that it will be the first in Florida. She said the environmental requirements with the EPA are very stringent, and air contaminants will not be leaving the site. Vice-Chair Lomneck inquired what the difference is between this plant and the plant in Winter Garden. Steve Blanton, Cemex Orlando/Ocala, explained this proposed project will all be enclosed. (7:38 pm) Vice-Chair Lomneck opened the public hearing. The Board waited one minute for the public to email or call in for the Public Hearing. Recording Clerk announced no emails or telephone calls were received. Vice-Chair Lomneck closed the public hearing. (7:40 pm) Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Denial of the Cemex, 450 Ocoee Apopka Road Large Scale Preliminary Site Plan (PSP); Project No: LS-2021-003, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Forges, Seconded by Member Mellen; motion passed unanimously with Member Williams absent. 5 Planning&Zoning Commission June 8,2021 Vice-Chair Lomneck said he believes this is a great thing for the city, but it needs more work. (The following was heard out of agenda order.) K. Covington Holdings LLC, 8667 A.D. Mims Road - Annexation & Rezoning; Project No(s): AX-04-21-10 & RZ-21-04-13. (Advertised in the West Orange Times on Thursday, May 27, 2021) Planner Hines presented a brief overview of this proposed annexation and rezoning, which is approximately+/- 9.94 acres, and is located on the north side of A.D. Mims Road, 1,615 feet west of Apopka Vineland Road. The subject parcel has one (1) existing Single-Family Residence. 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, east, and west. The parcel will receive an A-1 (General Agricultural) zoning classification upon annexation. The applicant is annexing into the City limits as a condition to receive City services. Discussion: The Board had no comments or questions. The applicant was present for questions. (7:46 pm) Vice-Chair Lomneck opened the public hearing. The Board waited one minute for the public to email or call in for the Public Hearing. Recording Clerk announced no emails or telephone calls were received. Vice-Chair Lomneck closed the public hearing. (7:46 pm) Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of Covington Holdings LLC, 8667 A.D. Mims Road Annexation; Project No: AX-04-21-10, subiect to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Mellen, Seconded by Member Forges; motion passed unanimously with Member Williams absent. Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of Covington Holdings LLC, 8667 A.D. Mims Road Rezoning; Project No: RZ-21-04-13, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Mellen, Seconded by Member Forges; motion passed unanimously with Member Williams absent. 6 Planning&Zoning Commission June 8,2021 D. De La Torre Property,277 13th Avenue—Annexation &Rezoning; Project No(s): AX-05- 21-11 & RZ-21-05-15. (Advertised in the West Orange Times on Thursday, May 27, 2021) Planner Hines presented a brief overview of this proposed annexation and rezoning, which is approximately 0.17 acres, and is located on the north side of 13th Street, approximately 1,127 feet east of N. Lakewood Avenue and approximately 162 feet west of Peters Avenue. The subject parcel is vacant, and the applicant is annexing into the City limits as a condition to receive City services. The subject property is considered contiguous to the City of Ocoee since it is bordered by property located within the City limits on the south. 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 parcel will receive an R-1 (Single-Family Dwelling) zoning classification upon annexation. Discussion: The applicant was not present for questions. The Board had no comments or questions. (7:48 pm) Vice-Chair Lomneck opened the public hearing. The Board waited one minute for the public to email or call in for the Public Hearing. Recording Clerk announced no emails or telephone calls were received. Vice-Chair Lomneck closed the public hearing. (7:49 pm) Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of the De La Torre Property, 277 13th Avenue Annexation; Project No: AX-05-21-11, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Forges, Seconded by Member Mellen; motion passed unanimously with Member Williams absent. Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of the De La Torre Property, 277 13th Avenue Rezoning; Project No: RZ-21-05-15, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Forges, Seconded by Member Mellen; motion passed unanimously with Member Williams absent. 7 Planning&Zoning Commission June 8,2021 E. Labban Property, 501 2nd Street - Annexation & Rezoning; Project No(s): AX-05-21-12 & RZ-2 1-05-16. (Advertised in the West Orange Times on Thursday, May 27, 2021) Planner Hines presented a brief overview of this proposed annexation and rezoning, which is approximately +/- 0.25 acres and located on the east side of 2nd Street, about 577 feet south of Center Street and at the intersection of Nay Avenue and 2nd Street. The subject parcel has one (1) existing Single-Family Residence. The applicant is annexing into the City limits as a condition to receive City potable water connection. The subject property is considered contiguous to the City of Ocoee since it will be bordered by property located within the City limits on the north and west. 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 parcel will receive an R-1 (Single-Family Dwelling) zoning classification upon annexation. Discussion: Member Forges asked if there is city sewer on this parcel to which it was answered in the negative. The applicant was not present for questions. (7:51 pm) Vice-Chair Lomneck opened the public hearing. The Board waited one minute for the public to email or call in for the Public Hearing. Recording Clerk announced no emails or telephone calls were received. Vice-Chair Lomneck closed the public hearing. (7:51 pm) Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of the Labban Property, 501 2nd Street Annexation; Project No: AX-05-21-12, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Mellen, Seconded by Member Forges; motion passed unanimously with Member Williams absent. Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of the Labban Property, 501 2nd Street Rezoning; Project No: RZ-21-05-16, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Mellen, Seconded by Member Forges; motion passed unanimously with Member Williams absent. 8 Planning&Zoning Commission June 8,2021 F. Ocoee Rentals Trust Properties, 499 2nd Street - Annexation & Rezoning; Project No(s): AX-04-21-07 & RZ-21-04-10. (Advertised in the West Orange Times on Thursday, April 29, 2021 and Continued from the May 11, 2021 P&Z Meeting.) Planner Hines presented a brief overview of this proposed annexation and rezoning, which is approximately 0.26 acres, is located on the east side of 2nd Street and about 670 feet south of Center Street and southeast of the intersection of Nay Avenue and 2nd Street. The subject parcel has one (1) existing Single-Family Residence. The applicant is annexing into the City limits as a condition to receive City potable water connection. The subject property is considered contiguous to the City of Ocoee since it is bordered by property to the north that is currently being annexed. 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 parcel will receive an R-1 (Single-Family Dwelling) zoning classification upon annexation. Discussion: The Board had no comments or questions. The applicant was not present for questions. (7:53 pm) Vice-Chair Lomneck opened the public hearing. The Board waited one minute for the public to email or call in for the Public Hearing. Recording Clerk announced no emails or telephone calls were received. Vice-Chair Lomneck closed the public hearing. (7:54 pm) Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of the Ocoee Rentals Trust Properties, 499 2nd Street Annexation; Project No: AX-04-21-07, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Forges, Seconded by Member Mellen; motion passed unanimously with Member Williams absent. Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of the Ocoee Rentals Trust Properties, 499 2nd Street Rezoning; Project No: RZ-21-04-10, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Forges, Seconded by Member Mellen; motion passed unanimously with Member Williams absent. 9 Planning&Zoning Commission June 8,2021 G. Ocoee Rentals Trust Properties, 437 2"d Street - Annexation & Rezoning; Project No(s): AX-04-21-08 & RZ-21-04-11. (Advertised in the West Orange Times on Thursday, April 29, 2021 and Continued from the May 11, 2021 P&Z Meeting.) Planner Hines presented a brief overview of this proposed annexation and rezoning, which is approximately +/- 0.25 acres and located on the east side of 2nd Street, approximately 745 feet south of Center Street and about 87 feet southeast of the intersection of Nay Avenue and 2nd Street. The subject parcel is vacant, and the applicant is annexing into the City limits as a condition to receive City potable water connection. The subject property is considered contiguous to the City of Ocoee since it is bordered by property to the north that is currently being annexed. 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 parcel will receive an R-1 (Single-Family Dwelling) zoning classification upon annexation. Discussion: The Board had no comments or questions. The applicant was not present for questions. (7:56 pm) Vice-Chair Lomneck opened the public hearing. The Board waited one minute for the public to email or call in for the Public Hearing. Recording Clerk announced no emails or telephone calls were received. Vice-Chair Lomneck closed the public hearing. (7:56 pm) Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of the Ocoee Rentals Trust Properties, 437 2nd Street Annexation; Project No: AX-04-21-08, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Mellen, Seconded by Member Forges; motion passed unanimously with Member Williams absent. Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of the Ocoee Rentals Trust Properties, 437 2nd Street Rezoning; Project No: RZ-21-04-11, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Forges, Seconded by Member Mellen; motion passed unanimously with Member Williams absent. 10 Planning&Zoning Commission June 8,2021 H. Ocoee Rentals Trust Properties, 504 3rd Street - Annexation & Rezoning; Project No(s): AX-05-21-14 & RZ-21-05-18. (Advertised in the West Orange Times on Thursday, May 27, 2021) Planner Hines presented a brief overview of this proposed annexation and rezoning, which is approximately +/- 0.25 acres and located on the west side of 3rd Street, about 586 feet south of Center Street and approximately 654 feet north of E. Silver Star Road. The subject parcel has one (1) existing Single-Family Residence. The applicant is annexing into the City limits as a condition to receive City potable water connection. The subject property is considered contiguous to the City of Ocoee since it is bordered by property to the west that is currently being annexed. 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 parcel will receive an "R-1" (Single-Family Dwelling) zoning upon annexation. Discussion: The Board had no comments or questions. The applicant was not present for questions. (7:57 pm) Vice-Chair Lomneck opened the public hearing. The Board waited one minute for the public to email or call in for the Public Hearing. Recording Clerk announced no emails or telephone calls were received. Vice-Chair Lomneck closed the public hearing. (7:58 pm) Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of Ocoee Rentals Trust Properties, 504 3rd Street Annexation; Project No: A)(-05-21-14, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Mellen, Seconded by Member Forges; motion passed unanimously with Member Williams absent. Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of Ocoee Rentals Trust Properties, 504 3rd Street Rezoning; Project No: RZ-21-05-18, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Forges, Seconded by Member Mellen; motion passed unanimously with Member Williams absent. 11 Planning&Zoning Commission June 8,2021 I. Ocoee Rentals Trust Properties, 502 3rd Street - Annexation & Rezoning; Project No(s): AX-05-21-15 & RZ-21-05-19. (Advertised in the West Orange Times on Thursday, May 27, 2021) Planner Hines presented a brief overview of this proposed annexation and rezoning, which is approximately+/- 0.24 acre is located on the west side of 3rd Street, about 664 feet south of Center Street and approximately 579 feet north of E. Silver Star Road. The subject parcel has one (1) existing Single-Family Residence. The applicant is annexing into the City limits as a condition to receive City potable water connection. The subject property is considered contiguous to the City of Ocoee since it is bordered by property to the west that is currently being annexed. 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 parcel will receive an R-1 (Single-Family Dwelling) zoning classification upon annexation. Discussion: The Board had no comments or questions. The applicant was not present for questions. (8:00 pm) Vice-Chair Lomneck opened the public hearing. The Board waited one minute for the public to email or call in for the Public Hearing. Recording Clerk announced no emails or telephone calls were received. Vice-Chair Lomneck closed the public hearing. (8:00 pm) Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of the Ocoee Rentals Trust Properties, 502 3rd Street Annexation; Project No: AX-05-21-15, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Mellen, Seconded by Member Forges; motion passed unanimously with Member Williams absent. Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of the Ocoee Rentals Trust Properties, 502 3rd Street Rezoning; Project No: RZ-21-05-19, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Forges, Seconded by Member Forges; motion passed unanimously with Member Williams absent. 12 Planning&Zoning Commission June 8,2021 J. Ocoee Rentals Trust Properties, 436 3rd Street-Annexation & Rezoning; Project No(s): AX-05-21-16 & RZ-21-05-20. (Advertised in the West Orange Times on Thursday, May 27, 2021) Planner Hines presented a brief overview of this proposed annexation and rezoning, which is approximately +/- 0.25 acre, and is located on the west side of 3rd Street, approximately 744 feet south of Center Street and approximately 501 feet north of E. Silver Star Road. The subject parcel has one (1) existing Single-Family Residence. The applicant is annexing into the City limits as a condition to receive City potable water connection. The subject property is considered contiguous to the City of Ocoee since it will be bordered by properties that will be annexed concurrently on the north and west. 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 parcel will receive an R-1 (Single-Family Dwelling) zoning classification upon annexation. Discussion: The Board had no comments or questions. The applicant was not present for questions. (8:01 pm) Vice-Chair Lomneck opened the public hearing. The Board waited one minute for the public to email or call in for the Public Hearing. Recording Clerk announced no emails or telephone calls were received. Vice-Chair Lomneck closed the public hearing. (8:02 pm) Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of Ocoee Rentals Trust Properties, 436 3rd Street Annexation; Project No: AX-05-21-16, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Mellen, Seconded by Member Forges; motion carried unanimously with Member Williams absent. Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of Ocoee Rentals Trust Properties, 436 3rd Street Rezoning; Project No: RZ-21-05-20, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Forges, Seconded by Member Mellen; motion carried unanimously with Member Williams absent. 13 Planning&Zoning Commission June 8,2021 V. MISCELLANEOUS - (8:03 pm) A. Project Status Report Development Services Director Rumer updated the Board with the following: • Ocoee Rentals Trust Properties is a company that believes in the same vision that the City has for the downtown. This company is buying up a lot of property and annexing them into the city. • At the upcoming June 15t'' meeting, the City Commission will elect who will fill the vacant seats on this board. • The July P&Z meeting will be with the new members, and Assistant Attorney Opsahl will provide a presentation on the Sunshine Law rules starting at 6:00 pm. • New shirts will be ordered soon. • Southern Steel Butcher is coming soon next to Eye Glass World. B. June Calendar- No updates Motion: Move to adjourn the Planning and Zoning Commission meeting; Moved by Member Mellen, Seconded by Member Forges; motion passed unanimously with Member Williams absent. VI. ADJOURNMENT - 8:09 pm ATTEST: APPR►. : : gitA Kathy H rd, Recording Clerk p j ad Lom ly'ice-Chair 14