2013 Meeting Schedule
Minneapolis City Planning Commission Actions
Regular Meeting
October 28, 2013
4:30 p.m. - City Hall, 350 S 5th St - Room 317, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Commissioners present: President Tucker, Brown, Cohen, Gagnon, Huynh, Kronzer, Luepke-Pier, Slack and Wielinski – 9
Not present: Schiff (excused)
Committee Clerk: Lisa Kusz (612) 673-3710
Call to Order
Approval of Actions from the October 15, 2013 meeting
The Planning Commission approved the actions from the October 15, 2013 meeting.
Approval of Agenda
Committee of the Whole Consent Agenda – October 17, 2013
1.   Land Sales – 2029-2101 West Broadway (Staff: Jim Voll)
Review for consistency with the Comprehensive Plan the sale of 2029-2101 West Broadway for commercial or mixed-use development.
Action: The City Planning Commission approved the staff recommendation.
2.   Land Sales – 1926-2022 West Broadway (Staff: Jim Voll)
Review for consistency with the Comprehensive Plan the sale of 1926-2022 West Broadway for the construction of multi-family housing.
Action: The City Planning Commission approved the staff recommendation.
3.   Land Sales – 2648 Emerson Ave N (Staff: Jim Voll)
Review for consistency with the Comprehensive Plan the sale of 2648 Emerson Ave N for conversion to a duplex.
Action: The City Planning Commission approved the staff recommendation.
4.   Currie Park Tax Increment Financing Plan, Currie Park Redevelopment Plan, and Modification No. 8 to the Cedar-Riverside Urban Renewal Plan (Staff: Haila Maze)
Review the plans and plan modification for consistency with the Comprehensive Plan.
Action: The City Planning Commission approved the staff recommendation.
Public Hearings
1. 300 2nd St S and 333 1st St S (Vac-1623, Ward: 7), 300 2nd St S and 333 1st St S (Janelle Widmeier). This item was continued from the August 26, 2013 and September 16, 2013 meetings.
A. Vacation: Application by The City of Minneapolis Department of Community Planning and Economic Development to vacate the remaining no outlet alley adjacent to the property of 300 2nd St S and 333 1st St S.
Action: The City Planning Commission continued the alley vacation to the to the Planning Commission meeting of December 2, 2013.
Approved on consent 7-0
Absent: Gagnon and Schiff (excused)
2. Fiant Dental (BZZ-6258, Ward: 10), 3225 Lyndale Ave S (Becca Farrar). This item was continued from the October 15, 2013 meeting.
A. Nonconforming Use Change: Master Properties Minnesota, LLC, on behalf of Allegro Properties and Fiant Dental, has applied for a change of a non-conforming use to allow a dental clinic in place of the former offices within the existing building located on the property at 3225 Lyndale Ave S. The property is zoned R4 (Multiple-family) District.
Action: The City Planning Commission adopted the findings and approved the application for a change of nonconforming use to allow for a dental clinic in place of the former offices within the existing building located on the property at 3225 Lyndale Ave subject to the following conditions:
  1. All site improvements shall be completed by October 15, 2015, unless extended by the Zoning Administrator, or the permit may be revoked for non-compliance.
  2. All necessary building permits shall be attained.
  3. The proposed signage shall be modified to meet the requirements outlined in Section 543.250 of the Zoning Code. A separate permit shall be attained from the Zoning Office.
  4. All lighting shall be downcast, shielded and comply with Chapter 535. Staff shall review the details of the fixtures in the final review prior to permit issuance. 
  5. The site plan shall be modified as applicable to comply with Sections 531.110 and 541.360 of the Zoning Code, showing compliance with Chapter 530 requirements related to landscaping and screening of parking and loading areas. The ADA parking space shall be modified to comply with the applicable size requirements.
  6. The parking lot shall be resurfaced and restriped.
Approved on consent 7-0
Absent: Gagnon and Schiff (excused)
B. Nonconforming Use Expansion: Master Properties Minnesota, LLC, on behalf of Allegro Properties and Fiant Dental, has applied for an expansion of a non-conforming use to allow a new 90 square foot entrance vestibule on the west elevation of the building facing Lyndale Ave S.
Action: The City Planning Commission adopted the findings and approved the application for an expansion of a nonconforming use to allow for the construction of an approximate 90 square foot entrance vestibule on the west elevation of the existing building facing Lyndale Ave S located on the property at 3225 Lyndale Avenue subject to the following conditions:
  1. All site improvements shall be completed by October 15, 2015, unless extended by the Zoning Administrator, or the permit may be revoked for non-compliance.
  2. All necessary building permits shall be attained.
Approved on consent 7-0
Absent: Gagnon and Schiff (excused)
3. Seed Inc (BZZ-6270, Ward: 5), 1401, 1407, 1413, 1419 and 1427 8th Ave N (Mei-Ling Anderson).
A. Conditional Use Permit: Application by Seed, Inc. for a conditional use permit to allow a parking lot in the R4-Multiple-Family District located at 1401-1427 8th Ave N.
Action: Notwithstanding staff recommendation, the City Planning Commission denied the conditional use permit application to construct an additional 98-space surface parking lot on the properties located at 1401 8th Ave N, 1407 8th Ave N, 1413 8th Ave N, 1419 8th Ave N, and 1427 8th Ave N, based on the following findings:
  1. Moving parking further into the interior of a neighborhood will be detrimental to or endanger the public health, safety, comfort or general welfare.
  2. Will be injurious to the use and enjoyment of other property in the vicinity. The properties across 8th Ave N are vacant and will be very difficult to develop if this parking lot is approved.
  3. Adequate measures have not been provided to minimize traffic congestion in the public streets. A travel demand management plan should be provided in order to have a better grasp of the school’s transportation issues and needs.
  4. This application is not consistent with the comprehensive plan. A surface parking lot is not sustainable and is not growing residential density in the community.
  5. The proposed project is on a high-frequency bus route and a future light rail stop is likely to be located within a half mile of the school.
Aye: Brown, Cohen, Gagnon, Huynh, Kronzer, Luepke-Pier and Slack
Abstain: Wielinski
Absent: Schiff (excused)
B. Variance: Application by Seed, Inc. for a variance to increase the maximum allowed vehicle parking located at 1401-1427 8th Ave N.
Action: Notwithstanding staff recommendation, the City Planning Commission denied the variance application to increase the maximum allowed parking requirements on the properties located at 1401 8th Ave N, 1407 8th Ave N, 1413 8th Ave N, 1419 8th Ave N, and 1427 8th Ave N, based on the following findings:
  1. The proposed variance will alter the essential character of the locality and will be injurious to the use or enjoyment of other property in the vicinity. If granted, the proposed variance will be detrimental to the health, safety, or welfare of the general public or of those utilizing the property or nearby properties..
  2. The proposal is not being used in a reasonable manner and will not be in keeping with the spirit and intent of the ordinance and the comprehensive plan to grow a strong and healthy Minneapolis.
Aye: Brown, Cohen, Gagnon, Huynh, Kronzer, Luepke-Pier and Slack
Abstain: Wielinski
Absent: Schiff (excused)
C. Site Plan Review: Application by Seed, Inc. for a site plan review for property located at 1401-1427 8th Ave N.
Action: Notwithstanding staff recommendation, the City Planning Commission denied the site plan review application to allow a 98-space surface parking lot on the properties located at 1401 8th Ave N, 1407 8th Ave N, 1413 8th Ave N, 1419 8th Ave N, and 1427 8th Ave N, based on the following finding:
  1. With denial of the conditional use permit and variance, the development cannot be accomplished as proposed.
Aye: Brown, Cohen, Gagnon, Huynh, Kronzer, Luepke-Pier and Slack
Abstain: Wielinski
Absent: Schiff (excused)
4. Walgreens (BZZ-6266, Ward: 5), 621 West Broadway (Kimberly Holien).
A. Site Plan Review: Application by John Kohler of Semper Development has submitted an application for site plan review for the construction of a two story building with 30,660 square feet of gross floor area at 621 West Broadway. The property is zoned C3S, Community Shopping Center district and is located in the WB, West Broadway overlay district. 
Action: The City Planning Commission approved the site plan review application for a new two-story, 30,660 square foot building at 621 West Broadway, subject to the following conditions:
  1. All site improvements shall be completed by November 12, 2015, unless extended by the Zoning Administrator, or the permit may be revoked for non-compliance.
  2. CPED Staff review and approval of the final site, elevation, floor plans, landscaping and lighting plans before building permits may be issued.
  3. No shelving, signage, merchandise, newspaper racks or other similar fixtures shall be placed in front of the required ground level transparent windows.
  4. A minimum of 226 shrubs shall be planted on site, in accordance with Section 530.160 of the zoning code. 
  5. All on-site dumpsters shall be screened in accordance with Section 535.80 or stored within the building. 
  6. A minimum of six short-term bicycle parking spaces be provided on-site or within the right-of-way adjacent to the site.  
  7. The applicant will extend the median in the drive-through lane an additional 20 feet to prevent excess turning movements through the parking lot.
  8. The applicant shall work with staff to move the building a minimum of three feet to allow for trees and planting along Lyndale.
Aye: Brown, Cohen, Gagnon, Huynh, Kronzer, Luepke-Pier, Slack and Wielinski
Absent: Schiff (excused)
5. Broadway Flats (BZZ-6259 and Vac-1610, Ward: 5), 2220 West Broadway and 2413, 2419, 2423, 2425, 2503, 2507 and 2511 Penn Ave N and a portion of 2512 Queen Ave N (Hilary Dvorak).
A. Rezoning: Application by Dean Rose with Rose Development, LLC to rezone the properties located at 2413 and 2419 Penn Ave N from the OR2, High Density Office Residence District to the C3A, Community Activity Center District.
Action: The City Planning Commission recommended that the City Council adopt the findings and approve the rezoning of the properties located at 2413 and 2419 Penn Ave N from the OR2, High Density Office Residence District to the C3A, Community Activity Center District.
Aye: Brown, Cohen, Huynh, Kronzer, Luepke-Pier and Slack
Absent: Gagnon, Schiff (excused) and Wielinski
B. Rezoning: Application by Dean Rose with Rose Development, LLC to rezone the properties located at 2423, 2425, 2503, 2507 and 2511 Penn Ave N and a portion of 2512 Queen Ave N from the R5, Multiple-family District to the C3A, Community Activity Center District.
Action: The City Planning Commission recommended that the City Council adopt the findings and approve the rezoning of the properties located at 2423, 2425, 2503, 2507 and 2511 Penn Ave N and a portion of 2512 Queen Ave N from the R5, Multiple-family District to the C3A, Community Activity Center District.
Aye: Brown, Cohen, Huynh, Kronzer, Luepke-Pier and Slack
Absent: Gagnon, Schiff (excused) and Wielinski
C. Conditional Use Permit: Application by Dean Rose with Rose Development, LLC for a conditional use permit for a liquor store located at 2220 West Broadway and 2413, 2419, 2423, 2425, 2503, 2507 and 2511 Penn Ave N and a portion of 2512 Queen Ave N.
Action: The City Planning Commission adopted the findings and approved the conditional use permit application for a liquor store located at 2220 West Broadway and 2413, 2419, 2423, 2425, 2503, 2507 and 2511 Penn Ave N and a portion of 2512 Queen Ave N subject to the following conditions:
  1. The conditional use permit shall be recorded with Hennepin County as required by Minn. Stat. 462.3595, subd. 4 before building permits may be issued or before the use or activity requiring a conditional use permit may commence. Unless extended by the zoning administrator, the conditional use permit shall expire if it is not recorded within two years of approval.
  2. A fixture plan for the liquor store shall be reviewed and approved before building permits are issued.
Aye: Brown, Cohen, Huynh, Kronzer, Luepke-Pier and Slack
Absent: Gagnon, Schiff (excused) and Wielinski
D. Variance: Application by Dean Rose with Rose Development, LLC for a variances of the PO Pedestrian Oriented Overlay District to allow the building to be setback greater than 8 feet, to allow more than 60 feet of parking lot frontage and to allow the driveway width to exceed 20 feet for the properties located at 2220 West Broadway and 2413, 2419, 2423, 2425, 2503, 2507 and 2511 Penn Ave N and a portion of 2512 Queen Ave N.
Action: The City Planning Commission adopted the findings and approved the variance application of the PO Pedestrian Oriented Overlay District to allow the building to be setback greater than 8 feet, to allow more than 60 feet of parking lot frontage and to allow the driveway width to exceed 20 feet for the property located 2220 West Broadway and 2413, 2419, 2423, 2425, 2503, 2507 and 2511 Penn Ave N and a portion of 2512 Queen Ave N.
Aye: Brown, Cohen, Huynh, Kronzer, Luepke-Pier and Slack
Absent: Gagnon, Schiff (excused) and Wielinski
E. Site Plan Review: Application by Dean Rose with Rose Development, LLC for a site plan review for a new mixed-use building with 103 dwelling units and approximately 17,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space located at 2220 West Broadway and 2413, 2419, 2423, 2425, 2503, 2507 and 2511 Penn Ave N and a portion of 2512 Queen Ave N.
Action: The City Planning Commission adopted the findings and approved the site plan review application for a new mixed-use building with 103 dwelling units and approximately 17,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space located 2220 West Broadway and 2413, 2419, 2423, 2425, 2503, 2507 and 2511 Penn Ave N and a portion of 2512 Queen Ave N subject to the following conditions:
  1. Approval of the final site, landscaping, elevation and lighting plans by the Department of Community Planning and Economic Development.
  2. All site improvements shall be completed by October 28, 2015, unless extended by the Zoning Administrator, or the permit may be revoked for non-compliance.
  3. At least 20 percent of the site not occupied by the building shall be landscaped per Section 530.160 of the zoning code.
  4. The minimum tree and shrub requirement shall be met on site per Section 530.160 of the zoning code.
  5. A 7-foot wide landscaped yard shall be provided where the parking or loading facility is fronting along a public street, public sidewalk or public pathway per Section 530.170 of the zoning code.
  6. A minimum of 3 additional trees shall be planted along West Broadway per Section 530.170 of the zoning code.
  7. The project shall comply with the maximum parking requirement for the on-site commercial uses and parking spaces beyond that shall be designated for other uses.
  8. The balconies provided shall be a minimum of five feet in depth.
Aye: Brown, Cohen, Huynh, Kronzer, Luepke-Pier and Slack
Absent: Gagnon, Schiff (excused) and Wielinski
F. Plat: Application by Dean Rose with Rose Development, LLC for a preliminary plat for property located at 2220 West Broadway and 2413, 2419, 2423, 2425, 2503, 2507 and 2511 Penn Ave N and a portion of 2512 Queen Ave N.
Action: The City Planning Commission adopted the findings and approved the preliminary plat application for the property located 2220 West Broadway and 2413, 2419, 2423, 2425, 2503, 2507 and 2511 Penn Ave N and a portion of 2512 Queen Ave N.
Aye: Brown, Cohen, Huynh, Kronzer, Luepke-Pier and Slack
Absent: Gagnon, Schiff (excused) and Wielinski
G. Vacation: Application by Dean Rose with Rose Development, LLC for a vacation of the entire 12-foot wide allow located within Block 1, Wenz Addition to Minneapolis.
Action: The City Planning Commission recommended that the City Council adopt the findings and approve the vacation application of the entire 12-foot wide allow located within Block 1, Wenz Addition to Minneapolis, subject to the retention of easements in favor of Xcel Energy and CenturyLink.
Aye: Brown, Cohen, Huynh, Kronzer, Luepke-Pier and Slack
Absent: Gagnon, Schiff (excused) and Wielinski
6. Church of St. Anne (BZZ-6260, Ward: 5), 2508, 2512, 2516, 2520, 2524, 2526 and 2538 Queen Ave N, 2215, 2219 and 2223 26th Ave N and 2527 Penn Ave N (Hilary Dvorak).
A. Rezoning: Application by Steve Minn with Lupe Development Partners, LLC, on behalf of the Church of St. Anne – St. Joseph Hien, to rezone the properties located at 2215, 2219 and 2223 26th Ave N and 2527 Penn Ave N from the R4, Multiple-family District to the R5, Multiple-family District.
Action: The City Planning Commission recommended that the City Council adopt the findings and approve the rezoning petition to change the zoning classification of the properties located at 2215, 2219 and 2223 26th Ave N and 2527 Penn Ave N from the R4, Multiple-family District to the R5, Multiple-family District.
Aye: Brown, Cohen, Huynh, Kronzer, Luepke-Pier and Slack
Absent: Gagnon, Schiff (excused) and Wielinski
B. Conditional Use Permit: Application by Steve Minn with Lupe Development Partners, LLC, on behalf of the Church of St. Anne – St. Joseph Hien, for a conditional use permit to allow an expansion of an existing parking lot serving an institutional/public use located at 2508, 2512, 2516, 2520, 2524, 2526 and 2538 Queen Ave N, 2215, 2219 and 2223 26th Ave N and 2527 Penn Ave N.
Action: The City Planning Commission adopted the findings and approved the conditional use permit to allow an expansion of an existing parking lot serving an institutional/public use located at 2508, 2512, 2516, 2520, 2524, 2526 and 2538 Queen Avenue North, 2215, 2219 and 2223 26th Ave N and 2527 Penn Ave N subject to the following conditions:
  1. The conditional use permit shall be recorded with Hennepin County as required by Minn. Stat. 462.3595, subd. 4 before building permits may be issued or before the use or activity requiring a conditional use permit may commence. Unless extended by the zoning administrator, the conditional use permit shall expire if it is not recorded within two years of approval.
  2. The curb cut for the existing alley on 26th Ave N shall be closed. The sidewalk and green boulevard shall be repaired.
Aye: Brown, Cohen, Huynh, Kronzer, Luepke-Pier and Slack
Absent: Gagnon, Schiff (excused) and Wielinski
C. Variance: Application by Steve Minn with Lupe Development Partners, LLC, on behalf of the Church of St. Anne – St. Joseph Hien, for a variance of the front yard setback along Penn Ave N from 15 feet to 7 feet for the properties located at 2508, 2512, 2516, 2520, 2524, 2526 and 2538 Queen Ave N, 2215, 2219 and 2223 26th Ave N and 2527 Penn Ave N.
Action: The City Planning Commission adopted the findings and approved the variance application to reduce the front yard setback along Penn Avenue North from 15 feet to 7 feet located at 2508, 2512, 2516, 2520, 2524, 2526 and 2538 Queen Ave N, 2215, 2219 and 2223 26th Ave N and 2527 Penn Ave N.
Aye: Brown, Cohen, Huynh, Kronzer, Luepke-Pier and Slack
Absent: Gagnon, Schiff (excused) and Wielinski
D. Variance: Application by Steve Minn with Lupe Development Partners, LLC, on behalf of the Church of St. Anne – St. Joseph Hien, for a variance of the corner side yard setback along 26th Ave N from 8 feet to 7 feet for the properties located at 2508, 2512, 2516, 2520, 2524, 2526 and 2538 Queen Ave N, 2215, 2219 and 2223 26th Ave N and 2527 Penn Ave N.
Action: The City Planning Commission adopted the findings and approved the variance application to reduce the corner side yard setback along 26th Ave N from 8 feet to 7 feet located at 2508, 2512, 2516, 2520, 2524, 2526 and 2538 Queen Ave N, 2215, 2219 and 2223 26th Av N and 2527 Penn Ave N.
Aye: Brown, Cohen, Huynh, Kronzer, Luepke-Pier and Slack
Absent: Gagnon, Schiff (excused) and Wielinski
 
E. Variance: Application by Steve Minn with Lupe Development Partners, LLC, on behalf of the Church of St. Anne – St. Joseph Hien, for a variance of the south interior side property line from 5 feet to 2 feet for the properties located at 2508, 2512, 2516, 2520, 2524, 2526 and 2538 Queen Ave N, 2215, 2219 and 2223 26th Ave N and 2527 Penn Ave N.
Action: The City Planning Commission adopted the findings and approved the variance application to reduce the south interior side property line from 5 feet to 2 feet located at 2508, 2512, 2516, 2520, 2524, 2526 and 2538 Queen Ave N, 2215, 2219 and 2223 26th Ave N and 2527 Penn Ave N.
Aye: Brown, Cohen, Huynh, Kronzer, Luepke-Pier and Slack
Absent: Gagnon, Schiff (excused) and Wielinski
F. Site Plan Review: Application by Steve Minn with Lupe Development Partners, LLC, on behalf of the Church of St. Anne – St. Joseph Hien, for a site plan review for an expansion of a principal parking facility located at 2508, 2512, 2516, 2520, 2524, 2526 and 2538 Queen Ave N, 2215, 2219 and 2223 26th Ave N and 2527 Penn Ave N.
Action: The City Planning Commission adopted the findings and approved the site plan review application for the property located at 2508, 2512, 2516, 2520, 2524, 2526 and 2538 Queen Ave N, 2215, 2219 and 2223 26th Ave N and 2527 Penn Ave N subject to the following conditions:
  1. The curb cut for the existing alley on 26th Ave N shall be closed. The sidewalk and green boulevard shall be repaired.
  2. The landscaping requirements of Chapter 530, Site Plan Review shall be met on site, however, in addition to the boulevard trees shown on the plans, a total of 20 canopy trees need to be provided on site.
  3. Approval of the final site, elevation, landscaping and lighting plans by the Department of Community Planning and Economic Development.
  4. All site improvements shall be completed by October 28, 2015, unless extended by the Zoning Administrator, or the permit may be revoked for non-compliance.
Aye: Brown, Cohen, Huynh, Kronzer, Luepke-Pier and Slack
Absent: Gagnon, Schiff (excused) and Wielinski
7. 129 Plymouth Ave S (BZZ-6276, Ward: 5 and 7), 129 Plymouth Ave S (Hilary Dvorak).
A. Conditional Use Permit: Application by Plymouth & Second, LLC for a conditional use permit to allow a shopping center located at 129 Plymouth Ave N.
Action: The City Planning Commission adopted the findings and denied the conditional use permit to allow a shopping center located at 129 Plymouth Ave N.
Aye: Brown, Huynh, Kronzer and Luepke-Pier
Nay: Cohen
Abstain: Slack
Absent: Gagnon, Schiff (excused) and Wielinski
B. Conditional Use Permit: Application by Plymouth & Second, LLC for a conditional use permit to allow a fast food restaurant located at 129 Plymouth Ave N.
Action: The City Planning Commission adopted the findings and denied the conditional use permit to allow a fast food restaurant located at 129 Plymouth Ave N.
Aye: Brown, Huynh, Kronzer and Luepke-Pier
Nay: Cohen
Abstain: Slack
Absent: Gagnon, Schiff (excused) and Wielinski
C. Conditional Use Permit: Application by Plymouth & Second, LLC for a conditional use permit to allow an accessory parking lot located within the DP Downtown Parking Overlay District at 129 Plymouth Ave N.
Action: The City Planning Commission adopted the findings and denied the conditional use permit to allow an accessory parking lot within the DP Downtown Parking Overlay District located at 129 Plymouth Ave N.
Aye: Brown, Huynh, Kronzer and Luepke-Pier
Nay: Cohen
Abstain: Slack
Absent: Gagnon, Schiff (excused) and Wielinski
D. Variance: Application by Plymouth & Second, LLC for a variance to exceed 20 surface parking spaces within the DP Downtown Parking Overlay District located at 129 Plymouth Ave N.
Action: The City Planning Commission adopted the findings and denied the variance to exceed 20 surface parking spaces within the DP Downtown Parking Overlay District located at 129 Plymouth Ave N.
Aye: Brown, Huynh, Kronzer and Luepke-Pier
Nay: Cohen
Abstain: Slack
Absent: Gagnon, Schiff (excused) and Wielinski
E. Site Plan Review: Application by Plymouth & Second, LLC for a site plan review for a new principal non-residential building located at 129 Plymouth Ave N.
Action: The City Planning Commission adopted the findings and denied the site plan review for a new principal non-residential building located at 129 Plymouth Ave N.
Aye: Brown, Huynh, Kronzer and Luepke-Pier
Nay: Cohen
Abstain: Slack
Absent: Gagnon, Schiff (excused) and Wielinski
8. Zoning Code Text Amendment (Ward: All), (Mei-Ling Anderson).
A. Text Amendment: Amending Title 20 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances as follows:
Amending Chapter 520 related to Zoning Code:  Introductory Provisions
Amending Chapter 548 related to Zoning Code:  Commercial Districts
The purpose of the amendment is to recognize board and care home facilities, nursing home facilities, and assisted living facilities as allowed uses in additional commercial zoning districts.
Action: The City Planning Commission recommended that the City Council adopt the findings and approve the zoning code text amendment, amending Chapters 520 and 548.
Approved on consent 7-0
Absent: Gagnon and Schiff (excused)
9. Zoning Code Text Amendment (Ward: All), (Brad Carter).
A. Text Amendment: Amending Title 22 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances as follows:
Amending Chapter 598 related to Land Subdivision Regulations:  Article IV. Subdivision Approval and Article V. Parkland Dedication
The purpose of the amendment is to revise the parkland dedication ordinance to conform to recently adopted state law.
Action: The City Planning Commission recommended that the City Council adopt the findings and approve the land subdivision regulations text amendment. The City Planning Commission referred this text amendment to City Council Committee of the Whole.
Approved on consent 7-0
Absent: Gagnon and Schiff (excused)
Commission Business
The next Committee of the Whole meeting is October 31, 2013.
Adjournment
The meeting adjourned at 8:20 p.m.
Next Regular Planning Commission Meeting: November 12, 2013
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