Apr 16, 2009

City's First Protest Petition Filed Since 1971 Ban by Amanda Lehmert N&R

Amanda Lehmert from the Greensboro News & Record is reporting today that the first Protest Petition and definitely won't be the last has been filed with the Greensboro Planning Department. Planning Director Dick Hails hinted about this at the zoning commission meeting this past monday. If you want to see the article CLICKHERE or click on the title above.

While seeing the zoning cases online from monday , you might just see a protest petition used on this case as well.We will see if the Lindley Park Neighborhood wants to file a Protest Petition. Below is the case;

Z-09-04-003 Northwest corner of Spring Garden Street and South Elam Avenue - An
ordinance rezoning from CD-RM-26 (Conditional District-Residential-Multi Family)
and RM-18 (Residential-Multi Family) to CD-PDI (Conditional District-Planned Unit
Development-Infill) with the following conditions:
1) The maximum height of buildings shall be 3 above ground stories
2) The maximum number of multi-family units shall be 44
3) The maximum amount of non-residential space shall not exceed 10,800
square feet
- for a portion of the property located at the northwest corner of
Spring Garden Street and south Elam Avenue (1.82 Acres)
- for Derek Allen (Sheet 22)

If you want to see the video of the zoning commission CLICKHERE