Zoning Changes

Now Pending

Kenton County Planning Commission 

Public hearings are held on the first Thursday of every month, beginning at 6:15 PM in the Commission Chambers of the PDS Building located in Fort Mitchell. Additional maps and staff reports will be posted here, when available.

August 2018         Agenda      Legal notice    


LOCATIONS: (1) 4081 Richardson Road—an area of approximately 0.82 acres located on the north side of Old Richardson Road, between Richardson Road to the north and Amhurst Drive to the south, approximately 100 feet east of Amhurst Drive in Independence. (2) An area consisting of five parcels and totaling approximately 6.56 acres, located on the north and south sides of Richardson Road and the east and west sides of Lily Drive, between Turkeyfoot Road to the west and Bramblewood Drive to the east, approximately 450 east of Turkeyfoot Road in Independence.
REQUESTS: (1) A proposed map amendment to the Independence Zoning Ordinance changing the described area from R-3 (a multi-family residential zone) to NC (a neighborhood commercial zone). (2) An amended Stage I Development Plan for the described area which is currently zoned NC (a neighborhood commercial zone). This request was tabled during the February 1, 2018 meeting.
ACTION: The planning commission recommended approval of both requests. The Independence City Council will consider the recommendation and make the final decision.

APPLICANT: Bayer Becker per Mark Rosenberger on behalf of Scott Appelman
LOCATION: An area of approximately 6.8 acres located on the north side of Dudley Road between Thomas Moore Parkway to the west and Fallen Tree Court to the east, directly across from Prestwicke Drive.
REQUEST: A proposed map amendment to the Edgewood Zoning Ordinance changing the described area from R-1C (a single family residential zone with a minimum lot size of 12,500 square feet) to R-1F (a single family residential zone with a minimum lot size of 6,500 square feet); the applicant proposes to construct a residential subdivision.
ACTION: The planning commission recommended denial of the request. The Edgewood City Council will consider the recommendation and make the final decision.

APPLICANT: AD Construction Design per David Froelicher on behalf of Petro Traders, LLC
LOCATION: 1820 Dixie Highway; an area of approximately 0.55 acres located on the southwest corner of the intersection of George Huser Drive with Dixie Highway in Fort Wright.
REQUEST: A Stage I Development Plan for the described area which is currently zoned CC (Community Commercial); the applicant proposes to construct an approximate 4,000 square foot dentist office.
ACTION: The planning commission recommended approval of the request. The Fort Wright City Council will consider the recommendation and make the final decision.

APPLICANT: Kenton County Planning Commission per Paul J. Darpel, Chair
REQUEST: Amendments to Kenton County’s Direction 2030: Your Voice. Your Choice. comprehensive plan, revising and adding recommendations and tasks within the Regional, Sub Areas, Environment, Mobility, and Community Facilities plan elements to include bicycle- and pedestrian-related recommendations and tasks identified in the Kenton Connects study, and incorporating the research and public comments reports by reference.
INFO: Staff report
ACTION: The planning commission approved these amendments. By terms of the Kentucky Revised Statutes, this constitutes final action. Additional votes by elective bodies is not required.

APPLICANT: Kenton County Planning Commission per Paul J. Darpel, Chair
REQUESTS: Amendments to Kenton County’s Direction 2030: Your Voice. Your Choice. comprehensive plan: (1) revising the Recommended Land Use Map for the Cities of Bromley, Edgewood, Elsmere, Erlanger, Fort Mitchell, Independence, Ludlow, and Ryland Heights; (2) revising the Proposed Connectivity layer on the Recommended Land Use Map; (3) revising the Mixed-Use Section of the Land Use Element; (4) revising the Community Service Area Section of the Land Use Element; (5) and, revising the Direction 2030 web architecture to make the site faster, more secure, and more resource efficient.
INFO: Staff report, Attachments
ACTION: The planning commission approved these amendments. By terms of the Kentucky Revised Statutes, this constitutes final action. Additional votes by elective bodies is not required.