Ann Arbor City Planning Commission: November 15, 2022

Nov 16, 2022 | Planning

This meeting was held in person at City Hall.

APPROVED: Recommendation that City Council approve a rezoning of 530 N. Division from R4C (Multiple Family Dwelling District) to Planned Unit Development (PUD). As zoned R4C, the 0.19 acre parcel is permitted to have three units but it is currently nonconforming and contains four units. Under the terms of the PUD, the existing house with four units and ten bedrooms will be torn down and rebuilt with an addition at the rear of the parcel. The new building will have four apartments with 24 bedrooms.

APPROVED: Recommendation that City Council approve the annexation of two parcels adding up to 5.897 acres at 2520 & 2540 Pontiac Trail as part of the “Village of Ann Arbor” development. It is currently part of Ann Arbor Charter Township. Recommended zoning of R4A will also be voted on by Council.

APPROVED: Recommendation that City Council approve the annexation of a 0.394 acre parcel at 2118 Victoria Circle. It is currently a part of Ann Arbor Charter township. Recommended zoning of R1A will also be voted on by Council.

POSTPONED: A proposed ordinance to require full electrification of all new building, banning new gas line hookups in new or substantially renovated or expanded buildings in the city of Ann Arbor.

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CTN Video: https://ctnvideo.a2gov.org/CablecastPublicSite/show/7667

Meeting Length: 3h 17m

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