Zoning & Planning Committee Agenda
Standing Committee of the City Council, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Regular Meeting
May 15, 2014 – 9:30 a.m.
Room 317, City Hall
Members Present: Council members Lisa Bender, Lisa Goodman, Andrew Johnson, Barbara Johnson, Kevin Reich, Abdi Warsame

Public Hearing
Appeal from the City Planning Commission (04/23/2014)
1.   80 Broadway St NE:
Appeal submitted by Diane Hofstede, on behalf of a group of people, of the decision of the City Planning Commission approving a conditional use permit and site plan review to allow a liquor store for the property located at 80 Broadway St NE. (Ward 3).
Staff Reports: Broadway Appeal RCA, Broadway Reasons for Appeal, Broadway Appeal RPT, Broadway Appeal MINS
Action Taken: The appeal was Denied, and the application was Approved with the following revised conditions of approval:
1.    Not less than 30 percent of the Broadway Street Northeast building elevation shall be windows that comply with the standards of section 530.120(b) of the zoning code.
2.    Not less than 25 percent of the parking lot building elevation shall be windows that comply with the standards of section 530.120(b) of the zoning code.
3.    The applicant is encouraged to plant at least 4 boulevard trees in the Broadway Street right-of-way, at least 2 boulevard trees in the Marshall Street right-of-way, and at least 3 boulevard trees in the 11th Avenue right-of-way.
4.    Department of Community Planning and Economic Development staff review and approval of the final building elevations, floor, fixture, site, lighting and landscape plans.
5.    Site improvements required by Chapter 530 or by the City Planning Commission shall be completed by April 23, 2016, unless extended by the Zoning Administrator, or the permit may be revoked for non-compliance.
6.    Alternative compliance shall not be granted for the landscaping requirements of sections 530.160 and 530.170 of the zoning code.
7.  The applicant shall work with staff to enhance the Broadway entrance of the building through building architecture and landscaping.
8.   The applicant shall provide and maintain a minimum of 15 bicycle parking stalls on site or adjacent to the site in the public right of way.
Referred by the City Planning Commission (04/23/2014)
2.   LaRive Condominium, 110 Bank St:
Application submitted by Faegre Baker Daniels LLP, on behalf of LaRive Condominium Association, to vacate part of a utility easement at the property of 110 Bank St to allow ground level mechanical equipment additions.
Staff Reports: LaRive RCA, LaRive RPT
 Action Taken: Approved
3.   LifeSource, 2225-2313 West River Rd N and 70 North 22nd Ave:
a)    Application by Leonard, Street and Deinard, on behalf of Upper Midwest Organ Procurement Organization, for a vacation of multiple drainage and utility easements for the property located at 2225-2313 West River Rd N and 70 North 22nd Ave, subject to a new easement for City utilities being provided.
b)    Authorize the appropriate City officials and staff to execute the final Utility Easement Relocation and Construction Agreement.
      c)    Authorize the appropriate City officials and staff to execute and record the Declaration of Drainage and Utility Easements.
Staff Reports: LifeSource RCA, LifeSource RPT, Vac-1615 RESO, LifeSource Declaration, LifeSource Utility Easement
 Action Taken: Approved
4.   Encaustic/Chowgirls, 1401 Marshall St NE:
Petition filed by Tyrone Folliard, on behalf of Encaustic LLC, to rezone the property located at 1401 Marshall St NE from the R3/Multiple Family District to the C1/Neighborhood Commercial District, to allow for a catering business, occasional restaurant, 955-square foot addition, and modification to 2013 City Planning Commission condition of approval (removal of curb cut). (Ward 3)
Staff Reports: Encaustic RCA, Encaustic RPT and Attachments
 Action Taken: Approved
Next Committee Meeting: Thursday, June 5, 2014
Committee actions will be referred to the next Council Meeting: May 23, 2014
Committee Coordinator email: [email protected]
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