SUBSTITUTE ORDINANCE NO. BL2006-1115An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, by changing from AR2a to SP zoning property located at 7874 McCrory Lane, approximately 1,850 feet south of Highway 70 (36.2 acres), to establish design guidelines for development complying with all other provisions of the RM4 zoning district, all of which is described herein (Proposal No. 2006SP-067G-06).
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE AND DAVIDSON COUNTY:
Section 1. That Title 17 of the Code of Laws of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, is hereby amended by changing the Official Zoning Map for Metropolitan Nashville and Davidson County, which is made a part of Title 17 by reference, as follows:
By changing from
AR2a to SP zoning property located at 7874 McCrory Lane, approximately 1,850
feet south of Highway 70 (36.2 acres), to establish design guidelines for development
complying with all other provisions of the RM4 zoning district, being Property
Parcel No. 085 as designated on Map 126-00 of the Official Property Identification
Maps of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, all of
which is described by lines, words and figures on the attached sketch, and on
the SP plan that was duly considered by the Metropolitan Planning Commission,
which is attached to and made a part of this ordinance as though copied herein.
Section 2. Be it further enacted, that the Metropolitan Clerk is hereby authorized and directed, upon the enactment and approval of this ordinance, to cause the change to be made on Sheet No. 126
said Official Zoning Map for Metropolitan Nashville and Davidson County, as set out in Section 1 of this ordinance, and to make notation thereon of reference to the date of passage and approval of this amendatory ordinance.
Section 3. Be it further enacted, that a conservation easement shall be required on this property in accordance with the requirements in the Metro Subdivision Regulations, including the stream bed plus a corridor at least 25 feet wide, measured from top of bank, outward, in areas where the primary function of the greenway is as an urban or neighborhood transportation connector and the waterway is not a regulated floodway. In areas where the greenway is intended to protect the natural environment of and public access to the major waterways in Davidson County, and serve the multifunctional roles of recreation, transportation, and habitat protection, the conservation easement shall include the floodway plus a corridor at least 75 feet in width, measured from the outer edge of the floodway. In cases where the maximum cross-slope of the land included in the easement is greater than 15%, the easement width shall be extended to include an area at least 25 feet in width where a cross-slope of 15% or less exists, to enable an ADA accessible trail acceptable to the Greenways Commission Director to be constructed. In cases, such as those where the entire site has steep slopes, and the Planning Commission determines that this proves a hardship to the property owner, a review for alternative routes will be granted.
Section 4. Be it
further enacted that the following provisions be bonded, completed, or satisfied
prior to Final Development Plan approval, or as applicable.
1. The maximum density on this site is 4 dwelling units per acre.
2. The type of dwelling unit will be determined at the final development stage. The illustrative street layout is subject to change dependant on the final unit layout.
3. The materials will be brick, stone or fiber cement siding.
4. All mailboxes shall be of uniform design and materials.
5. Prior to building permit, a final plat will be recorded that includes a dedication for a greenway and conservation access easement that includes the floodway, floodway buffer and 25-feet beyond the floodway buffer.
6. Any detail that has not been addressed by the current submittal shall be required to be consistent with the RM4 district standards.
Section 5. Be it further enacted, that this ordinance take effect immediately after its passage and such change be published in a newspaper of general circulation, the welfare of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County requiring it.
Sponsored by: Charlie
|Introduced:||June 6, 2006|
|Passed First Reading:||June 6, 2006|
Commission - Approved 8-0
(May 11, 2006)
Planning & Zoning Committee
|Deferred to August 29, 2006: (Public Hearing)||July 6, 2006|
|Passed Second Reading:||August 29, 2006|
|Substitute Introduced:||September 19, 2006|
|Passed Third Reading:||September 19, 2006|
|Approved:||September 27, 2006|
|Effective:||September 29, 2006|