Ann Arbor City Planning Commission: August 16, 2022

Aug 16, 2022 | Planning

This meeting was held in person at City Hall.

Commissioner Abrons was absent.

TABLED: A site plan for Platt Road Townhomes will combine four lots at 3680, 3696, 3746, & 3788 Platt Road to create an 8.4 acre site.  A proposal will construct 43 townhomes in 11 buildings subject to a variance from street trees located outside the right-of-way, and a wetland use permit.

APPROVED: Recommendation that City Council approve the rezoning of 190 parcels (approximately 210 acres) at West Stadium and North Maple to Transit Corridor Zoning district (TC-1):

  • 2260 Abbott Avenue, 514 Burwood Avenue, 109-317 Collingwood Drive, 2001-2050 Commerce Drive, 2324-2550 Dexter Avenue/Road, 1917-2040 Federal Boulevard, 2155-2891 Jackson Avenue, 2150-2610 West Liberty Street, 155-512 North Maple Road, 300-775 South Maple Road, 1900-1915 Pauline Boulevard, 2307 Shelby Avenue, 1785-2550 West Stadium Boulevard, 2390-2394 Winewood Avenue
  • Commissioner Sauve recused herself, explaining that she is a landowner within the designated re-zoning area.
  • Commissioner Lee recused himself, explaining his employer (Oxford Properties) manages a property at 510 S Maple, which is in the re-zoning designation zone.
  • This was approved by City Council at the November 10, 2022 meeting: https://a2council.com/ann-arbor-city-council-november-10-2022

Legistar and Video Links

Legistar: https://a2gov.legistar.com/MeetingDetail.aspx?ID=954618&GUID=EC1EBF1B-D1FD-479D-BD46-57E62E7CF663

YouTube: https://youtu.be/evhOTgqQEDE

CTN Video: https://ctnvideo.a2gov.org/CablecastPublicSite/show/7294

Meeting Length: 2h 15m

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