City Planning Commission
Agenda for April 13, 2012

 

PLANNING COMMISSION starts at 9:00 a.m.,
in Room 514 City Hall.

CLEVELAND CITY PLANNING COMMISSION

Draft Agenda for April 13, 2012

 


Planning Commission Members

Gloria Jean Pinkney
Phyllis Cleveland
Norman Krumholz
Robert N. Brown
Anthony J. Coyne, Chairman
David H. Bowen
Lillian Kuri
Lawrence A. Lumpkin


ZONING MAP AMENDMENTS

  1. Ordinance No. 276-12(Ward 3/Councilman Cimperman): To change the Use District of land located on Merwin Street west of Columbus Road from a General Industry District to an Open Space and Recreation District.

    Ordinance No. 408-12(Ward 16/Councilman Westbrook): Changing the Use, Area and Height Districts of lands located on the north and south sides of Madison Avenue between W. 98th Street and West 85th Street to Urban Garden District, Two Family, Multi-Family, Residence-Office, Local Retail or General Retail, a ‘B’ or ‘C’ Area District and a ‘1’ or ‘2’ Height District.

Famicos Strategic Investment Initiative

  1. Ordinance No. 739-10(Ward 9/Councilman Conwell): Changing the Use District of land on the east side of E. 105 St. at Lee Avenue to Open Space and Recreation.

  2. Ordinance No. 740-10(Ward 9/Councilman Conwell): Changing the Use District of land on the east side of E. 105 St. north of Lee Avenue to an RA2 Townhouse District.

  3. Ordinance No. 741-10(Ward 8/Councilman J. Johnson and Ward 9/ Councilman Conwell): Changing the Use, Area and Height Districts of land on the east side of E. 105 St. between Ashbury Avenue and Wade Park Avenue to One Family Residential, an ‘A’ Area District, and a ‘1’ Height District.

  4. Ordinance No. 742-10(Ward 8/Councilman J. Johnson): Changing the Use District of land at the northwest corner of Ashbury Avenue and E. 105 St. to Multi-Family Residential.

  5. Ordinance No. 743-10(Ward 8/Councilman J. Johnson): Changing the Use, Area and Height Districts of lands located on the north side of Superior Avenue between E. 101 St. and E. 103 St. to a Multi-Family Residential District, a ‘D’ Area District and a ‘2’ Height District.

MANDATORY REFERRAL

  1. rdinance No. 402-12(Ward 7/Councilman Dow): Designating the Richman Brothers Factory as a Cleveland Landmark.
  2. rdinance No. 283-12(Citywide): To amend Section 341.06 of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, as amended by Ordinance No. 1827-08, passed February 9, 2009, relating to two-year term limits for Local Design Review Advisory Committee Members.
  3. esolution No. 260-A-12(Ward3/Councilman Cimperman): Declaring the City’s intent to vacate a portion of Decatur Court S.E.
  4. rdinance No. 457-12(Ward 3/Councilman Cimperman; Ward 9/Councilman Conwell; Ward 11/Councilman Polensek): To amend Section 669A.011 of the Codified Ordinances of Cleveland, Ohio, 1976, as amended by Ordinance No. 1096-04, passed December 13, 2004, relating to community entertainment districts defined.
  5. rdinance No. 399-12(Ward 15/Councilman Zone): Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to apply for and accept a grant from the Ohio Department of Development for the Walworth Road Infrastructure Improvement; determining the method of making the public improvement of constructing the cul de sac and making surrounding street improvements to accommodate the new Max Hayes Vocational High School; authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to enter into one or more public improvement contracts to construct the improvement; and authorizing the director to employ one or more professional consultants necessary to implement the improvement; Authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to accept gifts and grants from any public or private entity to implement the improvement; authorizing the Commissioner of Purchases and Supplies to acquire for right-of-way purposes such real property and easements as are necessary to make the improvement; and authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to enter into one or more contracts with the Cleveland Metropolitan School Board to implement the improvement.
  6. Ordinance No. 449-12(Ward 3/Councilman Cimperman): Authorizing the Director of Public Works to enter into an agreement to obtain an option to acquire properties from the North Cuyahoga Valley, Inc. dba Ohio Canal Corridor located along 0.6 miles along Scranton Road from Carter Road south to University Road from the Towpath Trail; upon execution of the Agreement, to enter into a multi-party agreement to apply for and accept a grant from the State of Ohio Cultural Facilities Commission for the Towpath Trail; and to exercise the option to acquire the properties upon the completion of the improvements to the property.

SUMMARY CALENDAR

  1. Ordinance No. 277-12(Ward 3/Councilman Cimperman and Ward 14/Councilman Cummins): To change the Use, Area and Height Districts of lands fronting on Scranton Road between Parafine Avenue to land south of Barber Avenue to Local Retail, Multi-Family or Two-Family, a ‘B’ Area District and a ‘1’ Height District.

  2. Ordinance No. 278-12(Ward 14/Councilman Cummins): To change the Use and Area Districts of land fronting on Scranton Road between Wade Avenue and Castle Avenue to Open Space and Recreation, One or Two Family Residential and an ‘A’ or ‘B; Area District.

  3. Ordinance No. 279-12(Ward 14/Councilman Cummins): To change the Use and Height Districts of lands fronting on the east and west sides of Scranton Road near Buhrer Avenue and Kinkel Avenue to a Multi-Family Residential District and a ‘1’ Height District.

  4. Ordinance No. 285-12(Ward 14/Councilman Cummins): Establishing a Pedestrian Retail Overlay District (PRO) on land fronting on West 25th Street between Barber Avenue and Library Avenue AND To change the Use, Area, and Height Districts of land located on the east and west sides of West 25th Street and Clark Avenue to General or Local Retail and Multi-Family, a ‘C’ Area District and a ‘2’ or ‘1’ Height District.

ADMINISTRATIVE APPROVAL

  1. Ordinance No. 257-12(Ward 3/Councilman Cimperman): Authorizing the Director of Port Control to lease certain space located on a portion of North Marginal Road and known as Lot 9 to the Cleveland Coordinating Committee for the Cod, Inc. to provide parking for the USS Cod Museum, for a term of six months.

  2. Ordinance No. 258-12(Ward 3/Councilman Cimperman): Authorizing the Director of Public Safety to lease certain space located on a portion of the 1st Floor at the Central Police Station Building on the Cleveland Justice Center site, also designated as the Cleveland Division of Police Headquarters, to The Cleveland Police Historical Society for the purpose of operating a Police Museum, for a term of twenty-five years.

  3. Ordinance No. 262-12(Citywide): Determining the method of making the public improvement of repairing and replacing roofs and appurtenances, including but not limited to roofing systems; authorizing the Director of Public Utilities to enter into one or more public improvement requirement contracts for the making of the improvement; and authorizing the purchase by one or more requirement contracts of maintaining, testing, evaluating, repairing or replacing roofs and appurtenances, including but not limited to roofing systems, and repairing water damage to structures and structure components caused by leaky roofs, for the Department of Public Utilities, for a period up to two years. 

  4. Ordinance No. 284-12(Citywide): Authorizing the Director of Public Utilities to enter into various written standard purchase and requirement contracts for materials, equipment, supplies, and services needed to install a limited number of electric vehicle charging stations, and for maintenance, training, labor, installation and billing assistance, necessary to develop and implement a three-year pilot program, for the Division of Cleveland Public Power, Department of Public Utilities, for a period of three-years; authorizing the Director to apply for and accept gifts and grants from any public or private entity, including the gift of equipment, services, or the loan of equipment, necessary to implement the pilot program; and authorizing leases.

  5. Ordinance No. 395-12(Ward 18/Councilman Sweeney): To amend the title and Section 1 of Ordinance No. 748-11, passed July 20, 2011, relating to the improvement of installing replacement security bollards and making other related improvements at the Main Terminal upper and lower roadways at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport; to supplement the ordinance by adding new Sections 3, 4, and 5; and to renumber existing sections 3, 4, 5, and 6 to new Sections 6, 7, 8, and 9.

  6. Ordinance No. 404-12(Village of Newburgh Heights): Authorizing the Director of Public Utilities to execute deeds of easement granting to the Village of Newburgh Heights and the Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company certain easement rights in property located near the intersection of East 42nd Street and Harvard Avenue in the Village of Newburgh Heights in order to facilitate the intersection reconstruction; and declaring that the easement rights granted are not needed for public use.

  7. Ordinance No. 453-12(Citywide; Ward 3/Councilman Cimperman): To amend the title and Sections 3, 4, and 10 of Ordinance No. 453-11, passed May 16, 2011, relating to constructing, rehabilitating, renovating, replacing or otherwise improving public facilities, buildings, and other similar structures, including site improvements and appurtenances; and adding new Sections 9a. and 9b. relating to the skatepark.

  8. Ordinance No. 456-12(Ward 3/Councilman Cimperman; Ward 18/Councilman Sweeney): Determining the method of making the public improvement of constructing general non-capital repairs and non-capital improvements at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Burke Lakefront Airport, on an as-needed basis; authorizing the Director of Port Control to enter into one or more contracts for the making of the improvement; authorizing design services, if needed; and to enter into various written standard purchase and requirement contracts necessary for the purchase of materials, equipment, supplies, and services to implement the repairs and improvements, on an as-needed basis, by contracts executed in 2012, 2013, and 2014.  

PLAT APPROVAL

  1. Plat for Phoenix Steel Service, Inc.
    Site Address: 4679 Johnston Parkway

DOWNTOWN/FLATS DESIGN REVIEW

  1. DF2012-035 – Warehouse Building demolition
    Project Address: 1260 Carnegie Avenue
    Project Representative: Jay Schach, Progress Properties North

  2. DF2012-039 – Wall Advertising Banner placement
    Project Address: 668 Euclid Avenue
    Project Representative: TBD

  3. DF2012-040 – Wall Advertising Banner placement
    Project Address: 833 Superior Avenue
    Project Representative: TBD

NORTHEAST DESIGN REVIEW

  1. NE 2012-010 – Dollar General new construction
    Project Location: E. 157th and St. Clair Avenue
    Project Representative: John Wojtila, Zaremba Group

SOUTHEAST DESIGN REVIEW

  1. SE2012-007 – Hanini Retail and Gas Station New Construction
    Project Address: 11602 Union Avenue
    Project Representative: CARLETON MOORE!

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