An Ordinance Approving the Proposed use & Density Preliminary Plan of the Barr Property
- Published: September 22, 2011
Interested persons will take note that the Village Council of Yellow Springs on Monday, September 19, 2011, gave first reading to an ordinance, text to follow.
Council will consider said ordinance for second reading and possible passage into law during a public hearing to begin at 7:10 p.m. Monday, October 3, 2011, in the Bryan Community Center, 100 Dayton Street.
VILLAGE OF YELLOW SPRINGS, OHIO ORDINANCE 2011–25
WHEREAS, HOME Inc. and Buckeye Community Hope Foundation went before Planning Commission with an application for a Planned Unit Development – Residential (PUD-R) known as the HOME Inc/Buckeye Community Hope Foundation Senior Apartments, consisting of 1.608 acres located at 321 Xenia Avenue at the northeast corner of the Xenia Avenue/Limestone Street intersection, to contain 37 residential units on parcel F19000100090024800 currently in a Residence C District; and
WHEREAS, the Planning Commission published a notice in the Yellow Springs News and held a public hearing to receive comments on the request; and
WHEREAS, the Planning Commission reviewed the proposed request and adopted a motion stating “To recommend to Village Council approval of PUD-R zoning for the property at 321 Xenia Avenue for the proposed use and density, and to recommend to Council a modified review process requiring the preliminary plan be reviewed again once project financing is obtain. This amended process is at the request of the applicant, and approval of this motion in no way guarantees approval of the applicant’s preliminary plan.”
NOW, THEREFORE, THE COUNCIL FOR THE VILLAGE OF YELLOW SPRINGS, OHIO HEREBY ORDAINS THAT:
Section 1. The Village Council approves the designation of PUD-R zoning for the property at 321 Xenia Avenue for the proposed use and density.
Section 2. The Village Council accepts the Planning Commission recommendation of a modified review process requiring the Preliminary Plan to be reviewed again by Planning Commission and Village Council once project funding is obtained.
Section 3. This amended process is being used at the request of the applicant, and approval of this Ordinance in no way guarantees approval of the full submittal of the applicant’s Preliminary Plan.
Section 4. The legal description marked Exhibit “A” along with the map marked Exhibit “B” are attachments to this legislation (on file at the Clerk of Council’s office, Y.S. Library, Bryan Center lobby or online at www.yso.com).
Section 5. This ordinance will be in effect and full force at the earliest date permitted by law.
Judith Hempfling, President of Council