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Posted September 27, 2019:

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The October 10, 2019 Planning Board has the following items:
  1. Comprehensive Plan land use changes related to the first adopted North U.S. 1 Interlocal Service Boundary Agreement (ISBA).
  2. Comprehensive Plan text amendments as follows:
  • Amend policies within Objective 1.11., Joint Planning Areas, of the Intergovernmental Coordination Element of the Comprehensive Plan, to incorporate the land area from the adopted First Amended Interlocal Service Boundary Agreement (ISBA).
  • Amend Objective 9.1., North US1 MSA Planning, Development and Administrative Authority, of the Future Land Use Element of the Comprehensive Plan to incoporate the land area from the adopted First Amended Interlocal Service Boundary Agreement. 
  • Amend the table within Objective 9.1., North US1 MSA Planning, Development and Administrative Authority, of the Future Land Use Element of the Comprehensive Plan to establish the density and floor area ratios for the land area from the adopted First Amended Interlocal Service Boundary Agreement. 
  • Amend Figure 11, North US 1 Municipal Service Area Map of the Future Land Use Element of the Comprehensive Plan to include the land area from the adopted First Amended Interlocal Service Boundary Agreement. 
  • Amend Table 6 – Future Roadway Functional Classification and Figure 1- Long Range Traffic Circulation Map of the Transportation Element of the Comprehensive Plan to add Plantation Oaks Boulevard as a Major Collector roadway.
  • Add a policy within Objective 1.5., Growth Management, of the Utilities Element of the Comprehensive Plan to state that the 15 acre property at the northwest corner of Airport Road and West Granada Boulevard shall be used for utility purposes per the city’s Utility Master Plan.
  • Add a policy within Objective 1.8., Conservation, of the Recreation and Open Space Element of the Comprehensive Plan to state that the West Ormond Park of 38 acres, located at the northeast corner of Airport Road and West Granada Boulevard should be utilized as a natural resource park allowing passive recreation. 
      3. A Land Development Code amendment adopting and enacting a recodified Land   Development Code for the City of Ormond Beach, as published by the Municipal Code  Corporation, consisting of Chapters 1 through 4, each inclusive.

Posted September 24, 2019:

—  The October 1, 2019 City Commission has the following Planning related items:

  1. Plantation Oaks Annexation, 2nd reading.
  2. Partial right-of-way vacation, 2nd reading (moved from canceled September 4, 2019 meeting) for Magnolia Street, Gower Street, and Flagler Road.
  3. Courtyards land use amendment, 2nd reading (moved from canceled September 4, 2019 meeting).
  4. Ocean Club rezoning and development order, 2nd reading (moved from canceled September 4, 2019 meeting).
  5. Electronic Changeable Copy Signage, 2nd reading, LDC Amendment.
  6. 71 Orchard Lane, Landmark Designation Removal, 2nd reading, LDC Amendment.
  7. Tattoo Parlor/Permanent Cosmetics Definition, 2nd reading, LDC Amendment.
  8. 99 Portland Street, Stor-it, Boat and RV Center rezoning and development order, (moved from canceled September 4, 2019 meeting) 1st reading.
  9. 600 West Granada Boulevard, WaWa Electronic Changeable Copy Signage, Special Exception.
  10. Downtown Master Plan update.

—  The October 2, 2019 Board of Adjustment and Appeals has two cases:

  1. 185B Cardinal Drive: Request for a side yard setback of 8.3’ for a hard roof screened room, requiring a side yard variance of 11.7’ from the required 20’ setback to the side property line (from the September 4, 2019 canceled meeting).
  2. 427 North Beach Street.  Re-establishment of a previously approved variance that expired for a waterfront calculated rear yard setback.  The variance application seeks a waterbody rear yard setback of 135’, which requires a 39.17’ variance to the calculated waterbody setback standard.


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