Six items appear on the agenda of the Cincinnati City Planning Commission's next meeting, to be held tomorrow morning at 9 A.M. on the seventh floor of Centennial Two, located Downtown at 805 Central Avenue.
The agenda includes reports and recommendations on:
- A utility easement for Duke Energy Ohio over portions of City-owned property at 6600 River Road in Fairfield, which would be conveyed for $1 and would allow the utility company to install overhead electric utilities that are being rerouted away from the current location, which is vulnerable to erosion by the Great Miami River.
- A map amendment and nine-month extension of Interim Development Control (IDC) Overlay District No. 71 CUF Neighborhood Business District, which will allow the neighborhoods to pursue form-based codes. IDC No. 71 went into effect early this month and doesn't expire until August 8, but the extension process must begin now to accommodate Council's summer recess and its inability to use emergency clauses in its ordinances.
- A nine-month extension of IDC No. 72 Uptown District, allowing for the continuation of the MLK Strategic Planning Analysis of the effects on the Martin Luther King Drive and Reading Road corridors that will result from the proposed new I-71 interchange. IDC No. 72 went into effect early this month and doesn't expire until August 8, but the extension process must begin now to accommodate Council's summer recess and its inability to use emergency clauses in its ordinances.
- A final development plan for Phase 1C and a major amendment to the concept plan of Planned Development District #64 Oakley Station that would permit the construction of a 145,568-square-foot Kroger Marketplace with a fuel center area.
- Local landmark and historic site designation for the Goetz House, which is located at 151 W McMillan Street in Clifton Heights. The Historic Conservation Board recommended the designation at its April 22 meeting.
- Consideration of the Brewery District Master Plan.
Previous reading on BC:
Development controls established in two Uptown districts (4/29/13)
Goetz house receives initial approval for landmark status (3/27/13)
Oakley Olive Garden gets LEED tax break (1/29/13)
Liberty Street 'road diet', other changes moving forward (12/20/12)