2014 Meeting Schedule

Minneapolis City Planning Commission Agenda
Regular Meeting
January 13, 2014
4:30 p.m. - City Hall, 350 S 5th St - Room 317, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Commissioners: President Tucker, Bender, Brown, Cohen, Forney, Gagnon, Huynh, Kronzer, Luepke-Pier and Slack – 10
Committee Clerk: Lisa Kusz (612) 673-3710
Call to Order
Approval of Actions from the December 2, 2013 meeting
Approval of Agenda
Committee of the Whole Consent Agenda – January 9, 2014
1.   Land Sale – 3015 Morgan Ave N (Staff: Jim Voll)
Review for consistency with the Comprehensive Plan the sale of 3015 Morgan Ave N for the rehabilitation of a single-family home.
Recommended Action: Approve the staff report – the item is consistent with The Minneapolis Plan.
2.   Land Sale – 52 18th Ave NE (Staff: Haila Maze)
Review for consistency with the Comprehensive Plan the sale of 52 18th Ave NE for the development of a single family home.
Recommended Action: Approve the staff report – the item is consistent with The Minneapolis Plan.
3.   Land Sale – 2523 Washington St NE (Staff: Haila Maze)
Review for consistency with the Comprehensive Plan the sale of 2523 Washington St NE for the development of a single family home.
Recommended Action: Approve the staff report – the item is consistent with The Minneapolis Plan.
4.   Adoption of the 2014 CPC calendar (Approval)
Recommended Action: Approve the calendar as proposed.
Public Hearings
 
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Introduction to the Public Hearing
Public Hearing
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, September 16, October 28 and December 2, 2013 meetings.
Staff report
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.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission continue the alley vacation to the to the Planning Commission meeting of March 24, 2014.
2. 42 Dight Lofts (PL-281, Ward: 12), 4136, 4140 and 4152 Dight Ave (Aaron Hanauer).
Staff report
A. Plat: Application by Bruce Knutson, on behalf of TTCP, LLC/Power Line Inc., for a preliminary and final plat to allow for the construction of a cluster development that includes two multifamily buildings with a total of 12 units at 4136, 4140, and 4152 Dight Ave in the R5/Multiple-Family District.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission adopt the findings and approve the preliminary and final plat application for the properties located at 4136, 4140, and 4152 Dight Ave subject to the following condition of approval:
  1. The applicant shall provide evidence that the provisions outlined in Section 598.260 (1-5) are included in a deed restriction.
3.  716-718 W 34th St (BZZ-6367, Ward: 10), (Mei-Ling Anderson).
Staff report
A. Rezoning: Application by Pat Fitzgerald to rezone the property located at 716-718 W 34th St from the R2B Two-family District to the C1 Neighborhood Commercial District to allow the use of a sports and health facility.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission and City Council adopt the findings and approve the rezoning petition to change the zoning classification of the property located at 716-718 W 34th St from the R2B Two-family District to the C1 Neighborhood Commercial District.
4.  Harriet’s (formerly Crooked Pint Ale House) (BZZ-6342, Ward: 10), 4000-08 Lyndale Ave S (Hilary Dvorak).
Staff report
Site plan
A. Rezoning: Application by James Smart with Smart Associates, on behalf of Paul Dzubnar, for a rezoning of 4008 Lyndale Ave S from the R1A district to the C1 district for the property located at 4000-08 Lyndale Ave S.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission and City Council adopt the findings and approve the rezoning of the property located at 4008 Lyndale Ave S from the R1A, Single-family District to the C1, Neighborhood Commercial District.
B. Variance: Application by James Smart with Smart Associates, on behalf of Paul Dzubnar, for a variance of the front yard setback from 20 feet to 0 feet to allow a parking lot for the first 25 feet north of the south property line for the property located at 4000-08 Lyndale Ave S.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission adopt the findings and approve the variance to reduce the front yard setback from 20 feet to 0 feet to allow a parking lot for the first 25 feet north of the south property line for the property located at 4000 and 4008 Lyndale Ave S subject to the following condition:
  1. No parking space shall be constructed in the required front yard.
C. Site Plan Review: Application by James Smart with Smart Associates, on behalf of Paul Dzubnar, for a site plan review to add an accessory parking lot to the previously approved site plan for a new restaurant located at 4000-08 Lyndale Ave S.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission adopt the findings and approve the site plan review application to add an accessory parking lot to the previously approved site plan for a new multi-tenant commercial building located at 4000 and 4008 Lyndale Ave S 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 January 13, 2016, unless extended by the Zoning Administrator, or the permit may be revoked for non-compliance.
  3. There shall be no large areas of mulch on the site. Additional plant materials shall be placed in these areas or these areas shall be covered in sod.
  4. The landscaped yard on the north side of the parking lot shall be at least 7 feet wide.
  5. The landscaping plan shall be revised and plant materials that will grow to a height of at least three feet and not less than 60 percent opaque shall be selected for the area between the front property line and the parking lot.
5.  2827 Williams Ave SE and 2828 University Ave SE (BZZ-6382, Ward: 2), (Shanna Sether).
Staff report
A. Rezoning: Application by David Barnhart for a petition to rezone 2827 Williams Ave SE from C2 Neighborhood Corridor Commercial District to R4 Multiple-Family District and TP Transitional Parking Overlay District.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission and City Council adopt the findings and approve the petition to rezone 2827 Williams Ave SE from the C2 District to the R4 Multiple Family District, TP Transitional Parking Overlay District and retaining the PO Pedestrian Oriented Overlay District.
B. Conditional Use Permit: Application by David Barnhart for a conditional use permit to allow a surface parking lot 2827 Williams Ave SE serving customers and employees of the 2828 University Ave SE.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission adopt the findings and approve the conditional use permit to allow a surface parking lot located at 2827 Williams Ave SE serving customers and employees at 2828 University Ave SE, subject to the following conditions:
  1. Approval of the final site, landscape and floor plans by the Department of Community Planning and Economic Development.
  2. All site improvements shall be completed by August 12, 2015, unless extended by the Zoning Administrator, or the permit may be revoked for non-compliance.
  3.  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.
  4. The use of the parking lot shall be restricted to the parking of passenger automobiles only. No commercial vehicles shall be parked or stored.
  5. The parking lot shall at no time be used for outdoor sales, display or storage.
  6. Each entrance to and exit from such parking lot shall be located at least twenty (20) feet from any adjacent property located in a residence or office residence district. Signage shall be provided directing one-way traffic through the parking lot.
  7. The parking lot shall be landscaped and screened pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 530, Site Plan Review.
  8. The parking lot shall only be accessed via University Ave SE.
C. Variance: Application by David Barnhart for a variance of the Transitional Parking Overlay District standards requiring that the parking lot be closed with a secured gate or other appropriate mechanism between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. for the property located at 2828 University Ave SE.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission adopt the findings and approve the variance of the Transitional Parking Overlay District standards requiring that the parking lot be closed with a secured gate or other appropriate mechanism between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., subject to the following condition of approval:
  1. The parking lot shall only be accessed via University Ave SE.
6.  2500 University Ave NE (BZZ-6394, Ward: 3), (Shanna Sether).
Staff report
A. Variance: Application by Luke Derheim, on behalf of 2500 University LLC, for a variance to reduce the minimum front yard setback along University Ave NE from approximately 10 feet to 0 feet to allow for a two-story addition to an existing sit-down restaurant located at 2500 University Ave NE in the C1 Neighborhood Commercial District.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission continue the variance to reduce the required front yard setback along University Ave NE from approximately 10 feet to 0 feet to allow for a two-story addition to an existing sit-down restaurant located at 2500 University Ave NE in the C1 Neighborhood Commercial District, one-cycle to the February 3, 2014, public hearing.
B. Site Plan Review: Application by Luke Derheim, on behalf of 2500 University LLC, for a site plan review for property located at 2500 University Ave NE in the C1 Neighborhood Commercial District.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission continue the site plan review application to allow for a two-story addition to an existing sit-down restaurant located at 2500 University Ave NE in the C1 Neighborhood Commercial District, one-cycle to the February 3, 2014, public hearing.
7. 300, 306 and 308 Lowry Ave NE (BZZ-6395, Ward: 3), (Shanna Sether).
Staff report
A. Variance: Application by Luke Derheim, on behalf of 2500 University LLC, has applied for an amendment of a conditional use permit to allow for the expansion of an existing principal parking facility located at 300, 306 and 308 Lowry Ave NE in the C1 Neighborhood Commercial District. The existing principal parking facility serves an existing sit-down restaurant located at 2500 University Ave NE in the C1 Neighborhood Commercial District.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission adopt the findings and approve the conditional use permit to allow for the expansion of an existing principal parking facility located at 300, 306 and 308 Lowry Ave NE in the C1 Neighborhood Commercial District, subject to the following conditions:
  1. Approval of the final site, landscape and floor plans by the Department of Community Planning and Economic Development.
  2. All site improvements shall be completed by January 9, 2016, unless extended by the Zoning Administrator, or the permit may be revoked for non-compliance.
  3. 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.
  4. The parking lot shall be landscaped and screened pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 530, Site Plan Review.
8.  Block E (BZZ-6375, Ward: 7), 600 Hennepin Ave (Hilary Dvorak).
Staff report
A. Site Plan Review: Application by Robert Lux with Alatus, for a site plan review to allow modifications to an existing building for the property located at 600 Hennepin Ave.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission continue the site plan review application to allow modifications to an existing building located at 600 Hennepin Ave to the March 3, 2014, City Planning Commission public hearing.
9.  LynLake Brewery (BZZ-6370, Ward: 10), 2934 Lyndale Ave S (Mei-Ling Anderson).
Staff report
A. Conditional Use Permit: Application by Paul Cossette, on behalf of LynLake Brewery, for a conditional use permit to allow a limited production and processing use in the C3A Community Activity Center District located at 2934 Lyndale Ave S.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission adopt the findings and approve the application for a conditional use permit to allow a limited production and processing use in the C3A Community Activity Center District at the property located at 2934 Lyndale Ave S, subject to the following condition:
  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.
B. Variance: Application by Paul Cossette, on behalf of LynLake Brewery, for a variance to increase the maximum allowed gross floor area of a limited production and processing use from 1,200 square feet to 4,793 square feet for the property located at 2934 Lyndale Ave S.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission adopt the findings and approve the application for a variance to increase the gross floor area of a limited production and process use from 1,200 square feet to 5,186 square feet at the property located at 2934 Lyndale Ave S.
C. Variance: Application by Paul Cossette, on behalf of LynLake Brewery, for a variance to increase the maximum allowed signage from 90 square feet to 117 square feet for the property located at 2934 Lyndale Ave S.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission adopt the findings and approve the application for a variance to increase the maximum allowed signage from 90 square feet to 117 square feet at the property located at 2934 Lyndale Ave S.
10.  DC Group Addition (BZZ-6371, Ward: 5), 1977 West River Rd (15 West Broadway) and 9 West Broadway (Aaron Hanauer).
Staff report
Site plan
A. Variance: Application by Urban Works, on behalf of DC Group, for a variance of the pedestrian oriented overlay district to increase the distance between the building and the front property line from 8 feet to 13 feet at its furthest distance for the property located at 1977 West River Rd in the I1/ Light Industrial District, MR/ Miss River Critical Area Overlay, PO/ Pedestrian Oriented Overlay District, and SH/ Shoreland Overlay Districts.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission adopt the findings and approve the variance of the Pedestrian Oriented Overlay District to increase the distance between the building and the front property line from 8 feet to 13 feet at its furthest distance for a building addition at 1977 West River Rd N.
B. Variance: Application by Urban Works, on behalf of DC Group, for a variance of the pedestrian oriented overlay district to increase the width of a driveway from 20 feet to 27 feet of street frontage for the property located at 1977 West River Rd.
Recommended Motion: The variance application to increase the width of a driveway from 20 feet to 27 feet of street frontage at 1977 West River Rd N has been withdrawn.
C. Site Plan Review: Application by Urban Works, on behalf of DC Group, for a site plan review for the property located at 1977 West River Rd.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission adopt the findings and approve the site plan review application for a building addition at 1977 West River Rd N subject to the following conditions:
  1. CPED Staff review and approval of the final site, elevation, lighting and landscaping plans.
  2. All site improvements shall be completed by January 13, 2016, unless extended by the Zoning Administrator, or the permit may be revoked for non-compliance.
  3. The first floor windows will be clear or lightly tinted glass with a visible light transmittance ratio of 0.6 or higher as required by section 530.120 of the zoning code. The installation and maintenance of all landscape materials shall comply with the standards outlined in section 530.120 of the zoning code.
  4. The applicant shall receive approval from the city engineer for an erosion control plan that meets the requirements outlined in 551.510. The proposed development shall comply with the stormwater management requirements and shall employ best management practices to minimize off-site stormwater runoff, maximize overland flow and flow distances over surfaces covered with vegetation, increase on-site filtration, replicate predevelopment hydrologic conditions as nearly as possible, minimize off-site discharge of pollutants to ground and surface water, and encourage natural filtration function.
D. Minor Subdivision: Application by Urban Works, on behalf of DC Group, for a minor subdivision for the property located at 1977 West River Road.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission adopt the findings and approve the minor subdivision of 9 West Broadway in the I1/Light Industrial District and the conveyance of unplatted adjacent railroad right-of-way land to 1977 West River Rd N (15 West Broadway). A portion of the parcel at 9 West Broadway will be added to 1977 West River Rd N (15 West Broadway).
11.  Fair State Brewing Cooperative (BZZ-6378, Ward: 1), 2506 Central Ave NE (Kimberly Holien).
Staff report
A. Conditional Use Permit: Application by Matt Hauck of the Fair State Brewing Cooperative for a conditional use permit to allow a limited production and processing use (microbrewery) in the existing building at 2506 Central Ave NE, in the C1, Neighborhood Commercial district. 
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission adopt the above findings and approve the application for a conditional use permit to allow a limited production and processing use at 2506 Central Avenue NE in the C1 Neighborhood Commercial District, 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. Plantings a minimum of three feet in height and 60 percent opaque shall be provided between the parking area and the alley, consistent with Section 530.170 of the zoning code. 
12. Walgreen’s Pharmacy (BZZ-6383, Ward: 1), 2600-2622 Central Ave NE (Janelle Widmeier).
Staff report
Site plan
A. Rezoning: Application by Semper Development for a petition to rezone the properties located at 2600-2622 Central Ave NE from C1 Neighborhood Commercial District to C2 Neighborhood Corridor Commercial District.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission and City Council adopt the findings and approve the petition to rezone the properties of 2600-2622 Central Ave NE from C1 to C2.
B. Site Plan Review: Application by Semper Development for a site plan review to allow a new one-story, approximately 16,700 square foot building.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission adopt the findings and approve the application for site plan review to allow a new one-story, approximately 16,700 square foot building located at the property of 2600-2622 Central Ave NE, subject to the following conditions:
  1. The proposed street facing entrance shall remain open to the street for public access as required by section 530.110 of the zoning code.
  2. All windows on the north and east elevations shall allow views into and out of the building at eye level and shall not be blocked by fixtures or signage in the area between 4 and 7 feet above the adjacent grade.
  3. At least 7 canopy trees, more or less evenly distributed around the parking area, shall be provided on-site. 
  4. A decorative metal fence, similar to the fences that have been installed in parking lots adjacent to Central Avenue and Lowry Avenue in the nearby area, shall be installed between the proposed parking area and the adjacent streets. 
  5. Screening that is at least 6 feet tall and 95 percent opaque shall extend to the north lot line adjacent to the west lot line as required in the landscaping and screening requirements of section 530.170 of the zoning code.
  6. The transformer shall be screened as required by section 535.70 of the zoning code.
  7. Refuse storage containers shall be screened as required by section 535.80 of the zoning code.
  8. Lighting shall comply with section 535.590 of the zoning code.
  9. Department of Community Planning and Economic Development staff review and approval of the final elevations, floor, fixture, site, lighting and landscape plans.
  10. Site improvements required by Chapter 530 or by the City Planning Commission shall be completed by February 21, 2016, unless extended by the Zoning Administrator, or the permit may be revoked for non-compliance.
13.  Betty Danger’s Country Club (BZZ-6386, Ward: 1), 2501-19 Marshall St NE (Hilary Dvorak).
Stafff report
Site plan
A. Conditional Use Permit: Application by Hal Pierce with Firm Ground Architects, on behalf of Leslie Bock, for a conditional use permit to increase the maximum height of a ferris wheel or vertical revolving patio, that is accessory to the restaurant, from 4 stories or 56 feet to 66 feet for the properties located at 2501-19 Marshall St NE.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission adopt the findings and approve the conditional use permit application to increase the maximum height of a Ferris wheel or vertical revolving patio, that is accessory to the restaurant, from 4 stories or 56 feet to 66 feet located at 2501-19 Marshall St NE 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. No music, noise or flashing lights shall be associated with the Ferris wheel or vertical revolving patio.
B. Variance: Application by Hal Pierce with Firm Ground Architects, on behalf of Leslie Bock, for a variance of the enclosed building requirements for the ferris wheel, mini golf course and a food truck for the properties located at 2501-19 Marshall St NE.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission adopt the findings and approve the variance of the enclosed building requirements for the Ferris wheel, miniature golf course and a food truck located at 2501-19 Marshall St NE subject to the following condition:
  1. No music, noise or flashing lights shall be associated with the outdoor features that include the Ferris wheel or vertical revolving patio, outdoor miniature golf course or the food truck.
C. Variance: Application by Hal Pierce with Firm Ground Architects, on behalf of Leslie Bock, for a variance to allow three freestanding signs on the site for the properties located at 2501-19 Marshall St NE.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission adopt the findings and approve the variance to allow two freestanding signs on the site located at 2501-19 Marshall St NE.
D. Variance: Application by Hal Pierce with Firm Ground Architects, on behalf of Leslie Bock, for a variance of the sign type for the sign on the ferris wheel or vertical revolving patio for the properties located at 2501-19 Marshall St NE.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission return the variance of the sign type for the sign on the Ferris wheel or vertical revolving patio located at 2501-19 Marshall St NE.
E. Variance: Application by Hal Pierce with Firm Ground Architects, on behalf of Leslie Bock, for variances of sign area and sign height for the sign on the ferris wheel or vertical revolving patio for the properties located at 2501-19 Marshall St NE.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission return the variance of sign area and sign height for the sign on the Ferris wheel or vertical revolving patio located at 2501-19 Marshall St NE.
F. Site Plan Review: Application by Hal Pierce with Firm Ground Architects, on behalf of Leslie Bock, for a site plan review to allow an addition to an existing building for a new 8,125 square foot restaurant for the properties located at 2501-19 Marshall St NE.
Recommended Motion: The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the City Planning Commission adopt the findings and approve the site plan review application to allow an addition to an existing building for a new 8,125 square foot restaurant located at 2501-19 Marshall St NE 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 January 13, 2016, unless extended by the Zoning Administrator, or the permit may be revoked for non-compliance.
  3. The mechanical equipment located between the building and Lowry Avenue Northeast shall be screened with landscaping.
  4. For those elevations that contain hardi board panels and lap siding, none shall exceed 30 percent of the overall surface area.
  5. There shall be not less than 14 canopy trees on the site as required by section 530.160 of the zoning code.
  6. A 4-foot wide walkway shall be constructed on the south side of the south row of parking located north of the building.
  7. The enclosure around the trash and recycling storage area shall have wood boards installed over the concrete block in an argyle pattern and painted similar to the building.
  8. The lighting plan shall be revised to conform to the zoning code.
Commission Business
Adjournment
Next Regular Planning Commission Meeting: February 3, 2014 (tentatively)
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