On the Business Agenda in the Treasure Valley

Statesman staffMay 21, 2013 

PLANNED RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENTS AND AMENDMENTS TO CITY CODE SECTIONS

Boise City Planning & Zoning Commission, 6 p.m., Monday, June 3, Boise City Hall Council Chambers, Third Floor, 150 N. Capitol Blvd.

Dillon Ltd. Partnership-Dennis Dillon Auto Park is appealing the planning director's denial of two wall signs with 1,067 square feet of background area oriented to the interstate. The property is at 2713 S. Hilton St. in a C-4D (planned commercial with design review) zone. Deferred from May 6.

Greg Brugato seeks a time extension of a conditional-use permit and variance for a planned commercial development comprising three buildings with surface parking. The project is at 1609-1621 N. Orchard St. in a C-2D (general commercial with design review) and R-2 (combined residential) zones.

Doug Tamura seeks a rezone of 0.4 acres at 8880 W. Overland Road from R-1A (single family residential-2.1 DU/acre) to R-3D (multifamily residential-43.5 DU/acre with design review). In a related request, Tamura seeks a conditional-use permit for a six-unit planned residential development comprising one duplex and a fourplex. The 0.4 acre site is in a proposed R-3D (multifamily residential-43.5 DU/acre with design review) zone.

Biltmore Co. seeks a conditional-use permit for a 168-unit planned residential development at 1433 N. Raymond St. on 9 acres in a C-2D (general commercial with design review) and R-3D (multi-family residential with design review) zones. In a related request, Aberdeen Place Subdivision seeks preliminary subdivision plat for multifamily dwellings with 33 buildable lots and four common lots. The property is zoned R-3D and C-2D on 7 acres on the west side of North Raymond Street about 350 feet south of West Fairview Avenue.

4A LLC seeks a conditional use permit for a planned residential development comprising 12 single family homes. The 1.7-acre site is at 2750 N. Linda Vista Lane in a R-1C (single family residential) zone. In a related request, Chaucer Subdivision seeks a preliminary/final subdivision plat for detached single family dwellings with 12 buildable lots and three common lots. The property is zoned R-1C on 1.7 acres on the east side of North Linda Vista Lane about 770 feet north of West Cory Lane.

NLA Acquations LLC seeks a conditional-use permit for a coffee shop with drive-through window. The application includes a variance from the drive-through window setbacks/buffering requirements and the rear-yard parking setbacks. The 0.2 acre site is at 124 S. Broadway in a C-1D (neighborhood commercial with design review) zone.

Richard Hernon seeks a conditional-use permit for a brew pub within 300 feet of residential properties. The pub will be in an existing building at 1004 S. La Pointe St. in a C-2D (general commercial with design review) zone. The request also includes a variance for parking spaces in the front setback and a parking reduction.

Maverik Inc. seeks annexation of two parcels totaling 1.46 acres at 3080 S. Five Mile Road with a zoning designation of C-1D (neighborhood commercial with design review) zone.

D.D. Dunlap Cos. seeks a conditional-use permit for a drive-through window in an existing building at 7709 W. Overland Road in a C-2D (general commercial with design review) zone.

Breanna Wynkoop seeks a conditional-use permit to operate a child-care facility for up to 25 children in an existing church at 8650 W. Fairview Ave. in a C-2D (general commercial with design review) zone.

Boise City Planning and Development Services seeks amendments to multiple sections of the code including but not limited to Section 11-03-04 6 and 7 requiring multifamily dwelling projects to comply with the Citywide Design Standards and Guidelines, Sections 11-02-03.2.B, 11-02-04.3.B and 11-02-04.5.B adjusting term limits, and other miscellaneous edits to ensure compliance with ordinance standards before reformatting of the document.

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