City of Maitland
FL

Recommendation

2017-01 ALU (Maitland West)

Information

Department:Community DevelopmentSponsors:
Category:Public Hearing

Meeting History

Aug 17, 2017 6:30 PM Media Planning and Zoning Commission Regular
draft Draft

Mr. Berns-Cadle stated that the applicant Michael Wright, President of MMI Development, Inc. proposes an amendment to the City of Maitland’s 2030 Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP). The property subject to this CDP amendment is described as Subdivision Plat - Maitland West - Plat Book 92 Pages 77-79, Public Records of Orange County, Florida. The proposed amendment would modify the Future Land Use Map (FLUM) from Orange County Future Land Use Designations of Planned Development-Commercial (PD-C), Planned Development-High Density Residential (PD-HDR), and Medium Density Residential (MDR) to City of Maitland Future Land Use Designation of Mixed Office Residential Commercial (MORC); and amend the text of the CDP to the following:

Text Amendment to 2030 CDP- Conservation Element

STANDARD 1.2.1: Maintain within land development regulations requirements for a minimum of 30% open space and landscaped areas, with exception for those properties designated by Ordinance as the Maitland West Planned Development, wherein the minimum open space and landscaped areas shall be as stated in STANDARD 1.2.2.

STANDARD 1.2.2: For those properties designated by Ordinance as the Maitland West Planned Development, the minimum cumulative open space and landscaped areas shall be 25%.

Text Amendment to 2030 CDP- Future Land Use Element:

STANDARD 3.14.3: “The Planned Development (PD) zoning district …” For those properties

designated by Ordinance as the Maitland West Planned Development, the minimum cumulative open space (including functional open space) shall be 25%.

Mr. Michael Wright, MMI Development and Patrick Panza, GAI Consultants, were present for this item.

Chairperson Wilde opened the item for public comment. There being no one who wished to speak, the public comment period was closed.

Mr. Kalmanson inquired on the different ways that open space was referred to in the applicant's amendment; on the definitions for open space that they are using; and, on the motivation behind reducing open space.

Discussion