On the Agenda: Subdivisions, annexations proposed in Boise

July 30, 2013 

PLANNED RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENTS AND BOISE CITY ANNEXATION OF LAND PARCELS

Boise City Planning & Zoning Commission, 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 5, Boise City Hall Council Chambers, Third Floor, 150 N. Capitol Blvd.

Summit Development Inc. seeks a conditional-use permit for an 88-unit planned residential development comprising 22 fourplexes. The 5.9-acre site at 12063 W. Overland Road is in an L-OD/DA (limited office with design review and a development agreement) zone. Deferred from July 1.

Boise City annexation of 91 parcels totaling 1,054 acres scattered throughout the city. The parcels are surrounded or nearly surrounded by land within the city. Zoning to be assigned will be that which most closely matches current Ada County zoning or the Boise City Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map designation. Property owners may obtain a copy of the written annexation plan free of charge by sending an email to sspjute@cityofboise.org or by phoning 384-3831. The planning commission will consider written comments that are received via letter or email by Aug. 1.

Boise City recommendation on new Downtown Design Standards and Guidelines and accompanying ordinance language requiring compliance with the new standards in Section 11-03-04.12 C(D)(III).

Real Property Investors seeks modification to a development agreement to eliminate a prohibition on drive-through windows in an existing building at 8249 Overland Road located in a C-1D/DA (neighborhood commercial with design review and development agreement) zone. Real Property Investors also seeks a conditional use permit to install a drive-through.

JSO Ventures LLC seeks to rezone 21 acres from A-1 (open land) to R-1C (single-family residential - eight dwelling units per acre) at 7000 E. Columbia Road. In a related request, Bonneville Point Subdivision seeks preliminary subdivision plat for detached single-family dwellings with 82 buildable lots and six common lots. The site is on the north side of East Columbia Road two miles east of South Technology Way.

D15 LLC seeks annexation of 29 acres at 6780 E. Warm Springs Road with R-1C (single-family residential - eight dwelling units per acre) zoning. In a related request, East Valley Subdivision seeks a preliminary subdivision plat for detached single-family dwellings with 124 buildable lots. The site is on the northeast corner of the intersection of Warm Springs and East Highland Valley Road.

Lamar Advertising Co. seeks a conditional-use permit for an off-premise advertising sign (billboard) at 4304 W. Overland Road in a C-2D (general commercial with design review) zone.

Stinker Stores seeks a variance to exceed the maximum allowable background area for a three-sided free-standing sign with electronic messages at 530 N. Five Mile Road in a C-2D (general commercial with design review) zone.

Exelis Inc. seeks a conditional-use permit for a wireless communication facility for commercial aircraft that includes a 63-foot tall monopole. The parcel is at 220 W. Gowen Road in a M-1D (limited industrial with design review) and A-1 (open land) zones.

Edge Brewing Co. seeks a conditional-use permit to operate a brew pub in an existing building at 525 N. Steelhead Way in an M-1D (limited industrial with design review) zone. This request includes a parking reduction.

Topanga Investments LLC seeks a conditional-use permit for a height exception associated with a 130-unit, 64-foot tall apartment building at 1005 W. Royal Blvd. in a R-OD (residential office with design review) zone. A variance from the street side setback is included in the request.

APPEAL OF RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENTS

Boise City Planning & Zoning Commission, 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 12, Boise City Hall Council Chambers, Third Floor, 150 N. Capitol Blvd.

Jaymee Fojtik appeals the planning director's approval of three additional parking spaces in an existing residential development at 2268 S. Gekeler Lane in a R-1C (single-family residential zone).

Friends of Loggers Creek Preservation appeals the Design Review Committee's approval of nine multifamily residential buildings through two building types with associated club, pool, fitness facility and mailbox pavilion along with landscape and parking improvements. The project at 501 E. ParkCenter Blvd. is in L-OD (limited office with design review), R-1B and R-1C (single-family residential) zones.

Boise City seeks conditional-use and hillside-development permits for an expansion to an existing shooting range at 1800 N. Mountain Cove Road in an A-2 (open land) zone.

C13 LLC seeks annexation of 12 acres at 5237 E. Sawmill Way with a zoning designation of R-1B (single-family residential - 4.8 units per acre). In a related request, C13 LLC seeks a conditional-use and Boise River System permits for a 47-unit planned residential development at 5237 E. Sawmill Way in a proposed R-1B (single-family residential) zone.

Idaho Statesman is pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news. Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper. We encourage lively, open debate on the issues of the day, and ask that you refrain from profanity, hate speech, personal comments and remarks that are off point. Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.

Commenting FAQs | Terms of Service