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File #: ORD. 2022-049    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Adopted
File created: 1/31/2022 In control: City Council
On agenda: 3/21/2022 Final action: 3/28/2022
Title: To amend and reordain Ord. No. 2021-017, adopted Feb. 22, 2021, which authorized the special use of the properties known as 2525 Belt Boulevard, 2613 Belt Boulevard, and 2701 Belt Boulevard for the purpose of up to 36 single-family attached dwellings, to instead authorize up to 34 single-family attached dwellings and three two-family dwellings, upon certain terms and conditions. (8th District)
Patrons: Mayor Stoney (By Request), Vice President Robertson, President Newbille, Reva Trammell
Attachments: 1. Ord. No. 2022-049, 2. Staff Report, 3. Application Form & Applicant's Report, 4. Survey, 5. Map
Title
To amend and reordain Ord. No. 2021-017, adopted Feb. 22, 2021, which authorized the special use of the properties known as 2525 Belt Boulevard, 2613 Belt Boulevard, and 2701 Belt Boulevard for the purpose of up to 36 single-family attached dwellings, to instead authorize up to 34 single-family attached dwellings and three two-family dwellings, upon certain terms and conditions. (8th District)
Body
I. That Ordinance No. 2021-017, adopted February 22, 2021, be and is hereby amended and reordained as follows:
WHEREAS, the owner of the properties known as 2525 Belt Boulevard, 2613 Belt Boulevard, and 2701 Belt Boulevard, which are situated in a R-4 Single-Family Residential District, desires to use such properties for the purpose of up to [36] 34 single-family attached dwellings and three two-family dwellings, which use, among other things, is not currently allowed by section 30-408.1 of the Code of the City of Richmond (2020), as amended; and
WHEREAS, in accordance with section 17.11 of the Charter of the City of Richmond (2020), as amended, it has been made to appear that, if granted subject to the terms and conditions set forth in this ordinance, the special use granted by this ordinance will not be detrimental to the safety, health, morals and general welfare of the community involved, will not tend to create congestion in streets, roads, alleys and other public ways and places in the area involved, will not create hazards from fire, panic or other dangers, will not tend to overcrowding of land and cause an undue concentration of population, will not adversely affect or interfere with public or private schools, parks, playgrounds, water supplies, sewage disposal, transportation or other public requirements, conveniences and improvements, and will not interfere with adequate light and air; and
WHEREAS, (i) the City Planning Commission has conducted a public hearing to investigate the circumstances and conditions upon which the Counc...

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