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File #: 21-0108SP    Name: Encore Wire - XLPE Plant
Type: Agenda Item Status: Regular Agenda Item
In control: Planning & Zoning Commission
On agenda: 5/10/2022 Final action:
Title: Conduct a Public Hearing to Consider/Discuss/Act on a Variance to a Site Plan for Encore Wire - XLPE Plant, Located Approximately 850 Feet South of Elm Street and Approximately 650 Feet West of Millwood Road
Attachments: 1. Standard Conditions Checklist, 2. Location Map and Aerial Exhibit, 3. Letter of Intent, 4. Ex. Ord. No. 1614, 5. Proposed Site Plan, 6. Proposed Landscape Plan, 7. Proposed Facade Plan, 8. Presentation
Title
Conduct a Public Hearing to Consider/Discuss/Act on a Variance to a Site Plan for Encore Wire - XLPE Plant, Located Approximately 850 Feet South of Elm Street and Approximately 650 Feet West of Millwood Road

Summary

COUNCIL GOAL: Direction for Strategic and Economic Growth
(1C: Provide a strong city economy by facilitating a balance
between industrial, commercial, residential, and open space)

MEETING DATE: May 10, 2022

DEPARTMENT: Development Services - Planning Department

CONTACT: Caitlyn Strickland, Planning Manager
Jennifer Arnold, AICP, Director of Planning


APPROVAL PROCESS: The action of the Planning and Zoning Commission for the proposed site plan may be appealed to the City Council.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval of the proposed site plan with the following conditions:

1. The applicant receive approval of a variance to Section 146-132(3)(j) (Fences Walls, and Screening Requirements) of the Zoning Ordinance to waive the requirement that all rooftop HVAC equipment be screened from right-of-way and adjacent residential property.

2. The applicant receive approval of a variance to Section 146-132(2)(a)(3)(iv) (Fences, Walls, and Screening Requirements) of the Zoning Ordinance to allow a 6 ft. black vinyl coated chain link fence with evergreen screening shrubs (Nellie R. Stevens Holly) as an alternate equivalent screening device to screen bay doors from adjacent residential zoned property to the West.

3. The applicant receive approval of a variance to Section 146-132(2)(a)(3)(iv) (Fences, Walls, and Screening Requirements) of the Zoning Ordinance to allow a 6 ft. black vinyl coated chain link fence with evergreen screening shrubs (Nellie R. Stevens Holly) as an alternate equivalent screening device to screen along the property line between the adjacent residential zoned property to the West and the proposed industrial use.

Prior to issuance of a building permit:

1. The applicant satisfy the conditions as shown on...

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