An Emergency Ordinance To Amend The Official Zoning Map With Rezoning Approval
- Published: April 23, 2014
An Emergency Ordinance To Amend The Official Zoning Map With Rezoning Approval Of 9.892 Acres Located At 888 Dayton Street From “I-2” Industrial Zoning District To Planned Unit Development District.
Ordinance No. 2014-09, Village Of Yellow Springs, Ohio
Interested persons will take note that the Village Council of Yellow Springs on Monday, April 21, 2014, gave first reading to an ordinance and passed as an emergency, text to follow.
WHEREAS, the Village Charter and Chapter 713 of the Ohio Revised Code empower the Village to enact a zoning code and to provide for its administration, enforcement and amendment; and
WHEREAS, the property owner of 888 Dayton Street seeks to rezone the 9.892 acres in order to eliminate nonconforming uses and allow for some flexibility in the use of the property as the property is not well suited to industrial uses; and
WHEREAS, the Planning Commission, following public hearing, recommended to Village Council the rezoning of the property located at 888 Dayton Street from “I-2” Industrial Zoning District to Planned Unit Development District.
NOW, THEREFORE, THE COUNCIL FOR THE VILLAGE OF YELLOW SPRINGS, OHIO, GREENE COUNTY, HEREBY ORDAINS THAT:
Section 1. The Yellow Springs Village Council accepts the Planning Commis•sion recommendation and authorizes the rezoning of the 9.892 acres located at 888 Dayton Street (PARCEL ID Nos. F19000100030001200, F19000100030001400 and F19000100030001500) from “I-2” Industrial Zoning District to Planned Unit Development District.
Section 2. This ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure immediately necessary to preserve the public interest and for the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of the Village, and more specifically to bring new busi•ness and jobs to the Village, and to avoid the potential loss of businesses currently operating within the Village which would result in lost Village revenue. In the public interest of the Village, this ordinance shall be in effect upon its adoption by Council.
—Lori Askeland, Vice President