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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

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City Council Public Hearing (10/5/10)
A public hearing before the City Council was held on Tuesday, October 5th in Council Chambers at City Hall (102 N. 3rd Street). At this meeting City Council voted unanimously to approve both the new Oleander Transition zoning district regulations and the rezoning of the study area.
 
For more information please contact the City of Wilmington Planning Division via phone 910.341.3258 or email oleander@wilmingtonnc.gov.


Planning Commission Public Hearing (9/1/10)

 

A public hearing before the Planning Commission was held on Wednesday, September 1st in Council Chambers at City Hall (102 N. 3rd Street). At this meeting the Planning Commission voted unanimously to recommend approval of both the new Oleander Transition zoning district regulations and the rezoning of the study area.  

 

Planning Commission Work Session (8/18/10)
A work session was held with the Planning Commission on Wednesday, August 18th at 6:00pm in Council Chambers at City Hall. At this meeting the Planning Commission discussed the draft district regulations and several members of the public provided comment.

 

 

Planning Commision Public Hearing (8/4/10)
A public hearing before the Planning Commission was held on Wednesday, August 4th at 6:00pm in Council Chambers at city hall. At this meeting the Planning Commission voted to hold another work session to discuss the proposed regulations. 

 

 

Planning Commission Work Session (7/15/10)
A work session with the Planning Commission was held on Thursday, July 15th in the Lord Spencer Compton Conference Room at City Hall. At this work session staff provided an overview of the draft regulations and facilitated a discussion with Planning Commission members.  

 

 

Community Meeting (6/24/10)
A forth community meeting was held on Thursday, June 24th at Winter Park Baptist Church to discuss the details of the proposed Residential Transition District. Citizen comments received during this meeting as can be viewed below.

 

 

Citizen Comments from 6.24.10 Public Meeting

 

Community Meeting (6/3/10)
A third community meeting was held on Thursday, June 3rd at 6:00pm at Winter Park Baptist Church to discuss the details of the proposed Residential Transition District. Citizen comments received during this meeting as can be viewed below.

 

 

Citizen Comments from 6.03.10 Public Meeting 

 

Community Meeting (4/29/10)
A second community meeting was held on Thursday, April 29th at 6:30pm at Winter Park Elementary School to discuss the details of the proposed Residential Transition District. Citizen comments received during this meeting as can be viewed below.

 

Citizen Comments from 4.29.10 Public Meeting 

 

Community Meeting (3/25/10)
The first community meeting was held on Thursday, March 25th at 6:30pm at Winter Park Elementary School to discuss the possibility of a new zoning classification for portions of Oleander Drive between Pine Grove Drive and 51st Street. Citizen comments received during this meeting as can be viewed below.

 

 

Citizen Comments from 3.25.10 Public Meeting

Information from the 3/25 meeting 

 

Background

The city's Future Land Use Plan (FLUP) identifies the portion of Oleander Drive between Pine Grove Drive and 51st Street as an area suitable for transition from single-family residential to commercial or higher-density residential uses. Along this portion of Oleander Drive, an increase in the number of vehicle lanes and the increase in traffic have eroded the single-family character. Consequently, these properties have become less desirable for single-family uses. In order to appropriately prepare for the transition of these parcels, the FLUP calls for the development of a "transition zoning district" that provides more options for the appropriate intensity of development.
 

Planning staff has initiated the development of a new zoning district that would address the unique circumstances of the Oleander Drive transition area. The planning process will involve residents and property owners in the creation of zoning regulations that are appropriate for this area. The new district would allow for an appropriate transition between residential and nonresidential areas and foster a desirable pattern of mixed uses in this area.

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Email:
oleander@wilmingtonnc.gov

Phone: 910.341.3258

Fax: 910.341.7801

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