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PLANNING BOARD WORKSHOP AGENDA - SEPTEMBER 2, 2015; 7:00 P.M.

MIAMI SHORES VILLAGE PLANNING BOARD WORKSHOP

Village Hall Conference Room

10050 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores

 

SEPTEMBER 2, 2015

THURSDAY, 7:00 P.M.

I) ROLL CALL

 

 

II) DISCUSSION ITEM

1) Village Council request review and recommendation: Recommend to the Village Council that the proposed changes to Appendix A Zoning be adopted; or that the proposed changes be adopted as amended; or recommend that no changes be adopted.

 

 

New language is underlined deleted language is struck through .

Schedule of Regulations:

Strikeout and Add:

Restaurant

The following permitted uses shall only be subject to Planning and Zoning Board site plan review where a new parking lot is proposed or an existing parking lot is reconfigured.

Restaurant - Subject to Chapter 4 Alcoholic Beverages and Sec. 4-2 Special approval required if applicable.

Bar – Subject to Chapter 4 Alcoholic Beverages and Sec. 4-2 Special approval required.

Wine Bar – Subject to Chapter 4 Alcoholic Beverages and Sec. 4-2 Special approval required to.

To the list of permitted uses in B1 District, they are automatically added to the list of permitted uses in the B-2 district.

 

 

Sec. 501. [Prohibited uses.]

No use shall hereafter be established in any district unless the same is included among the uses permitted in such district as set forth in the schedule adopted by Article IV, either by specific listing or by the application of standards specified in this ordinance. For the purpose of clarification, the following list sets forth uses that are among those that shall not be deemed to be permitted anywhere in the village:

(2) The sale of alcoholic beverages, as the same is defined in Florida Statutes 1955, Chapter 561.01 for consumption on the premises, except on the premises occupied by a country club or in an S-2 district, and except in a district zoned S-1 with reference to the sale of beer and wine as defined by the law of the State of Florida. as permitted under Chapter 4 Alcoholic Beverages.

 

 

Sec. 521. Required off-street parking.

(a) Schedule of off-street parking.

D. Restaurant, Alcoholic beverage establishments;New construction 1 space/100 sq. ft. gross floor area; There shall be no off-street parking requirement for any restaurant or alcoholic beverage establishment located in a building for which a certificate of occupancy was issued on or before December 31, 2014. New construction shall be defined as any new principal building or structure for which a certificate of occupancy was issued on or after January 1, 2015, or any addition or improvement to a building or structure the cost of which exceeds fifty (50%) percent of the total assessed value of the building or structure before the improvement.

 

Delete the following section and add requirements for granting special approvals to Chapter 4 Alcoholic Beverages:

Sec. 610. Granting of special approval to restaurants for consumption of beer and wine on premises.

 

 

2) Discuss amending the code to allow alternative materials between driveway pads and ribbons.

 

 

3) Provide an interpretation of the zoning code regarding the approved location of decks and applicable setbacks. Discuss amending the code as necessary.

 

III) NEXT WORKSHOP – TBA.

 

IV) NEXT REGULAR HEARING – September 17, 2015.

 

1) Regular agenda.

 

2) Discussion and Action Items: Recommendation to Village Council:

 

a) Village Council Request: Planning Board to provide recommendation to the village council on the zoning code amendments to Appendix A Zoning related to alcoholic beverages and ancillary parking.

V) ADJOURNMENT