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TULSA METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COMMISSION
Meeting No. 2804
October 16, 2019, 1:30 PM
175 East 2nd Street, 2nd Level, One Technology Center
Tulsa City Council Chamber

Complete Agenda Packet

CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND/OR TAKE ACTION ON:
Call to Order:

REPORTS:

Chairman's Report:
Work session Report:
Director's Report: 
Review TMAPC Receipts for the month of August 2019

  1. Minutes of September 4, 2019, Meeting No. 2801 Exhibit
  2. Minutes of September 18, 2019, Meeting No. 2802 Exhibit

CONSENT AGENDA:
All matters under "Consent" are considered by the Planning Commission to be routine and will be enacted by one motion.  Any Planning Commission member may, however, remove an item by request.

  1. PUD-806-2 Doug Walker (CD 8) Location: North of the northwest corner of East 121st Street South and South Sheridan Road requesting a PUD Minor Amendment to allow an 8-foot fence in the front yard (Continued from August 21, 2019, September 4, 2019 and October 2, 2019) Exhibit

  2. Roan-Shire Estates (County) Vacation of Plat & Termination of Deed of Dedication, Location: Northeast corner of East 161st Street South and South Peoria Avenue (Originally scheduled for October 2, 2019) Exhibit

  3. NGP Business Complex (CD 8) Amendment to Deed of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants to align with approved PUD standards, Location: North of the northwest corner of East 101st Street South and South Memorial Drive Exhibit

PUBLIC HEARINGS:

  1. ZCA-16 Consider amendments to the City of Tulsa Zoning Code, Tile 42, revised ordinances, regarding dumpster and recyclable material bins/donation bins. Exhibit

  2. SMG Maybelle (Formerly GCC Maybelle) (CD 2) Preliminary Plat, Location: South of the southwest corner of West 41st Street South and South Maybelle Avenue (Originally scheduled for October 2, 2019) Exhibit

  3. CZ-492 Matt King (County) Location: Southwest corner of West 51st Street South and West Skyline Road requesting rezoning from AG to CS to allow a marijuana dispensary (Originally scheduled for October 2, 2019) Exhibit

  4. CZ-493 Richard Peek (County) Location: Southwest corner of Highway 51 and South 241st West Avenue requesting rezoning from AG to IL to allow light industrial uses (Originally scheduled for October 2, 2019) Exhibit

  5. CZ-494 Alan Betchan (County) Location: Northeast corner of East 106th Street North and North Memorial Drive requesting rezoning from RE to RS to permit a single-family subdivision (Related to 106th ~ Memorial) Exhibit

  6. 106th ~ Memorial(County) Preliminary Plat, Location: Northeast corner of East 106th Street North and North Memorial Drive (Related to CZ-494) Exhibit

  7. Z-7498 Malcolm Rosser (CD 6) Location: South of the southeast corner of East 11th Street South and East Skelly Drive rezoning from CS to IL with optional development plan to permit a mixed-use facility (Continued from September 18, 2019) Exhibit

  8. Z-7500 John Madden(CD 9) Location: East of the northeast corner of East 30th Street South and South Harvard Avenue requesting rezoning from RS-3 and CH to CH with optional development plan limiting uses and providing site design standards (Originally scheduled for October 2, 2019) Exhibit

  9. Z-7501 William Kerr(CD 3) Location: Northwest corner of East Tecumseh Street and North Fulton Avenue requesting rezoning from CH to IL to permit light industrial uses (Originally scheduled for October 2, 2019) Exhibit

  10. Z-7502 Brian Carbajal Carranza(CD 3) Location: South of the southeast corner of Dawson Road and North Harvard Avenue requesting rezoning from RM-2 and CS to IL to permit a medical marijuana cultivation facility Exhibit

  11. Z-7503 David Henke/City Council(CD 4) Location: North of the Northeast corner of East 11th Street South and South Peoria Avenue requesting rezoning from RS-4 and CH to MX1-U-U as part of the mixed-use zoning initiative associated with the Bus Rapid Transit System along Peoria Avenue Exhibit

  12. Z-7504 Erik Enyart (CD 2) Location: South of the southwest corner of West 81st Street South and South Union Avenue rezoning from AG to RS-3 with optional development plan to permit single-family subdivision (Applicant has requested continuance to November 6, 2019) Exhibit

  13.  Z-7505 Mark Capron (CD 8) Location: Northwest of the northwest corner of East 111th Street South and South Memorial Drive requesting rezoning from AG to RS-3 and RT to permit single-family homes and townhouses Exhibit

  14. Z-7506 Mike Thedford (CD 2) Location: South of the southeast corner of West 81st Street South and South Maybelle Avenue rezoning from AG to RS-5 to permit single-family homes Exhibit
  1. Consider a motion and vote to enter Executive Session pursuant to Title 25 OS. Section 307(B)(4) to discuss pending litigation in case of Wilson et al v TMAPC et al, Tulsa County District Court Case No. CV-2019-13, for the purpose of allowing confidential communications between a public body and its attorney concerning a pending claim, investigation, or litigation. (Originally scheduled for October 2, 2019) Exhibit
  1. Leave Executive Session on discussion of pending litigation in case of Wilson et al v. TMAPC et al, Tulsa County District Court Case No. CV-2019-13 for the purpose of taking any appropriate related actions. (Originally scheduled for October 2, 2019) Exhibit

Other Business

  1. Commissioners' Comments

 

ADJOURN

CD = Council District

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