1. ROLL CALL
2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
3. MINOR AMENDMENT AND FINAL DESIGN APPROVAL/ MONDAWMIN MALL PUD – FORMER MVA SITE – 2401 LIBERTY HEIGHTS AVENUE (Seventh District)
4. CITY COUNCIL BILL #12-0107/REZONING – 235-239 NORTH GAY STREET(Councilmember - Carl Stokes)
For the purpose of changing the zoning for the properties known as 235-239 North Gay Street, as outlined in red on the accompanying plat, from the M-23 Zoning District to the B-2-3 Zoning District. (Twelfth District)
5. STREET CLOSING / CLOSING OF PORTION OF 1800 AND 1802 PATAPSCO STREET(Eleventh District)
6. CITY COUNCIL BILL #12-0153/ SOIL EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL (City Council President - Administration)
For the purpose of establishing minimum requirements and procedures to control the adverse impacts associated with land disturbances; minimizing soil erosion and preventing off-site sedimentation by using soil erosion and sediment control practices; reducing the negative impacts of land development on water resources, maintaining the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of streams, and minimizing damage to public and private property; correcting, clarifying, and conforming related provisions; providing for a special effective date; and generally relating to soil erosion and sediment control. (Citywide)
7. CLIMATE ACTION PLAN ADOPTION (Citywide)
8. REVISED FINAL DESIGN APPROVAL/ 900 – 1000 ARGYLE AVENUE AT HERITAGE CROSSING PUD #106 – REPLACING OF A 4 FEET HIGH FENCE WITH A NEW 7 FEET HIGH FENCE (Eleventh District)
9. MINOR SUBDIVISION FINAL PLANS/1000 BLOCK MCDONOUGH STREET & 1700 BLOCK EAST CHASE STREET (Twelfth District)
10. MINOR SUBDIVISION FINAL PLANS/3301 WEST STRATHMORE AVENUE (Fifth District)
11. CIP TRANSFERS
The afternoon hearing will be held in the Phoebe B. Stanton Boardroom of the Department of Planning, located on the 8th floor of 417 East Fayette Street.
Open House – 5:00.p.m.
Regular Session – 6:00.p.m.
12. CITY COUNCIL BILL #12-0152/TRANSFORM BALTIMORE - COMPRENHENSIVE ZONING (City Council President - Administration)
FOR the purpose of establishing a new Zoning Code for Baltimore City; modifying the laws governing the agencies and officials who administer the City's zoning processes, including the Zoning Administrator, the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals, the Planning Commission, the Planning Director, and the Commissioner of Housing and Community Development; providing for the respective powers and duties of these agencies and officials; establishing new zoning districts for the City, including Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Open Space, Environmental, Special Purpose, and Overlay Districts; adopting maps and profiles for the various districts; establishing the requirements and procedures for obtaining zoning amendments, use permits, and other approvals; establishing use regulations for various districts, including permitted uses, conditional uses, and prohibited uses; establishing bulk and yard regulations for various districts, including height, lot coverage, lot areas, floor area ratio, and yard size standards; establishing design standards for development in various districts; establishing off-street-parking requirements, sign regulations, and other regulations for various districts; requiring special reviews for certain proposed developments, including site plan review, environmentally sensitive areas review, design review, and landscape review; providing for the establishment and regulation of planned unit developments; establishing certain transition rules and authorizing the continuation of certain nonconforming uses and structures, subject to certain conditions; providing for conditional uses (special exceptions), variances, and other modifications or approvals; defining certain terms; establishing certain rules of construction; prohibiting certain conduct; establishing enforcement procedures, including civil and criminal penalties; conforming cross-references in other articles; correcting, clarifying, and conforming related provisions; providing for a special effective date; and generally relating to zoning and development laws of the City of Baltimore. (Citywide)
The evening meeting will be held in the War Memorial Building, first floor assembly hall (Paul C. Wohlman) located at 101 North Gay Street.
This agenda was prepared on the assumption that all necessary materials have been made available in sufficient time for consideration by the Commission at this meeting. There are occasionally changes in this agenda when relevant materials have not been delivered to the Department on schedule. For any item marked (**), please call the Department at 410-396-4488 for most current information.