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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Harrisonburg City Council will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, Augus

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Harrisonburg City Council will hold a public hearing on
Tuesday, August 12, 2014 at 7:00 p.m., or as soon as the
agenda permits, in the City Council Chamber located at 409
South Main Street, to consider the following:
Streets and Alley Closing – JMU Street Closings (Portion of
Chesapeake Avenue, East Grace Street, Portion of South Mason
Street, and an Alley Located Between South Main Street and
South Mason Street)
Consider a request from James Madison University to close a portion of
Chesapeake Avenue (24,176 +/- sq. ft.), East Grace Street (50,429 +/- sq.
ft.), a portion of South Mason Street (28,575 +/- sq. ft.), and a 10-foot alley
located between South Main Street and South Mason Street (6,708 +/-
sq. ft.). The section of Chesapeake Avenue is adjacent to tax map parcels
24-S-12, 13 & 15. The section of East Grace Street is adjacent to tax map
parcels 17-B-1 and 25-P-1. The section of South Mason Street is adjacent
to tax map parcels 17-C-0 through 4 and 25-P-1 & 11 through 14. The 10-
foot alley located between South Main Street and South Mason Street is
adjacent to tax map parcels 25-P-3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, and 13A.
Special Use Permit – 2477 Reservoir Street (Multi-Family Units –
Campus View Apartments)
Public hearing to consider a request from Carmel Quinn Falls, Leon
Nelson, and HGC, Inc. with representative Ed Blackwell of Blackwell
Engineering for a special use permit per Section 10-3-48.4 (6) of the
Zoning Ordinance to allow multiple family dwellings of up to 12 units
per building within the R-3, Medium Density Residential District. The
2.039 +/- acre property is addressed as 2475 & 2477 Reservoir Street
and identified as tax map parcel 81-A-8.
Special Use Permit – 206 Charles Street (Section 10-3-97 (9)
Religious Use in M-1)
Public hearing to consider a request from Rawley Enterprises LC with
representative Evaristo Antonio-Perez-Tomas for a special use permit
per Section 10-3-97 (9) of the Zoning Ordinance to allow religious,
educational, charitable, or benevolent institutional uses which do not
provide housing facilities within the M-1, General Industrial District.
The 8,673 +/- sq. ft. property is addressed as 206 Charles Street and
is identified as tax map parcel 41-B-2.
Special Use Permit – 130 Mt. Clinton Pike (Section 10-3-97 (4)
Financial Institutions and Offices)
Public hearing to consider a request from Lantz-Eby Enterprises with
representative Ken Kline of Cottonwood Commercial for a special
use permit per Section 10-3-97 () of the Zoning Ordinance to allow
financial institutions and offices within the M-1, General Industrial
District. The 3.0 +/- acre property is addressed as 130 Mt. Clinton
Pike and 302 Acorn Drive and is identified as tax map parcel 44-C-1.
Zoning Ordinance Amendment – Junk Yards by SUP in M-1
(Sections 10-3-24, 25, 96, 97, & 99)
Public hearing to consider a request from Gerdau to amend the Zoning
Ordinance to allow junk yards within the M-1, General Industrial District
by special use permit. The Zoning Ordinance currently defines junk
yards as any space or area or portion of lots used for the storage, sale,
keeping or abandonment of junk or waste materials, including used
building material, for the dismantling, demolition, sale or abandonment
of automobiles and other vehicles, machinery or parts thereof. Currently,
junk yards are prohibited in all zoning districts. To allow the specified
use, the amendments would include: adding text within Sections 10-3-
96 (8) and (20) explaining that vehicle salvage, storage of inoperable
vehicles, or sale of junk continues to be prohibited in association with
vehicle and other equipment sales or storage and for uses associated
with taxicab, limousine, and bus uses, unless the property owner
obtains a special use permit allowing a junk yard; adding junk yards
as an available special use within Section 10-3-97; and adding text
within Section 10-3-99 (c) that could allow materials that are otherwise
permitted (i.e. at junk yard operations) to not have to be completely
enclosed within structures. Furthermore, staff is proposing a minor
modification to the existing definition of “junk yard” for clarification of
its meaning, and to add off-street parking regulations within Section
10-3-25 specifically for junk yards.
For any additional information, contact the Community Development
Department, 409 South Main Street, Monday through Friday, 8:00am
to 5:00pm.
All persons interested will have an opportunity to express their views
at this public hearing.
Any individual requiring auxiliary aids, including signers, in connection
with the public hearing shall notify the City Manager at least five (5)
days prior to the date of the meeting.
CITY OF HARRISONBURG
Kurt D. Hodgen
City Manager
7/28; 8/4

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