June 16, 2021 6:30pm Public Hearings
Zoning Amendment Application #2021-1 by ALM Lake Properties LLC, requesting a Zoning Resolution map amendment and Preliminary Plan approval from the current zoning district of R-1, Residential to R-2, Residential Conservation Development for the following properties: 10090 Hoose Road, current parcel number 10-A-026-C-00-055-0, owned by Shirley A Loxterman; Hoose Road Rear, current parcel number 10-A-026-C-00-051-0, owned by Shirley A Loxterman; 10100 Hoose Road, current parcel number 10-A-026-C-00-062-0, owned by Shirley A Loxterman; Morley Concord, current parcel number 08-A-026-0-00-075-0, owned by William H Loxterman TR; 7574 Morley Road, current parcel number 08-A-026-0-00-003-0, owned by Jerry V Patriarca; 7554 Morley Road, current parcel number 08-A-026-0-00-022-0, owned by Jerry V and Constance M Patriarca; and a portion of 0 Isley Sq Concord, current parcel number 08-A-026-0-00-056-0, owned by Humanitarian Consulting Ltd.
Public Hearing for the following zoning amendments to the Concord Township Zoning Resolution, as initiated by the Zoning Commission.
• Amendment #1: Section 5.02 DEFINITIONS, modifies existing definitions for microbrewery, microdistillery, and changes the existing term “urban winery” to microwinery. Adds new definition for brewery, distillery or winery.
• Amendment #2: Section 13.35 MICROBREWERY, MICRODISTILLERY, or URBAN WINERY, includes the specific conditions for said uses and amends the conditions to include provisions requiring uses to operate in accordance with Ohio Division of Liquor Control and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms requirements, to hold current licenses, to file and provide reports demonstrating annual production has not exceeded the limit if requested, to prohibit outdoor storage, and to prohibit emission of odorous matter or smells that would produce a public nuisance or hazard.
• Amendment #3: Section 22.03 TABLE OF USES. Adds brewery, distillery or winery as permitted uses in the RD-2, Research and Limited Industrial District.
Purpose of Zoning
Zoning is the regulation of the use, location, height, number and size of land, buildings or structures within a specified zone or area of the community. Its purpose is to protect property values and preserve the desired character of the community, while providing for orderly growth and uniform development. Since any zoning is a restriction on the unlimited use of land by the owner, it must be reasonable and/or protect public health and safety. In 1955, the Concord Township Zoning Resolution was adopted.
The Zoning Inspector is appointed by the Board of Trustees for the purpose of enforcing the provisions of the Zoning Resolution.
The Zoning Department serves the community through:
- enforcing the Concord Township Zoning Resolution which regulates land use;
- reviewing residential and commercial zoning permit applications; assisting businesses through the conditional use, site plan, and design review application process;
- undertaking special planning projects in conjunction with the 2015 Comprehensive Plan Update.
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