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.

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September 2019         Legal notice      Agenda      Hearing/Meeting dates and filing deadlines

APPLICANT: Kenton County Planning Commission per Paul J. Darpel, Chair
REQUESTS: Amendments to Kenton County’s comprehensive plan: review of proposed updates to Kenton County’s Direction 2030: Your Voice. Your Choice. comprehensive plan as part of the five-year update in accordance with KRS 100.197 (2).
INFO: Staff report

APPLICANT: Al. Neyer, LLC per David Okun
LOCATION: 303 Court Street; an area of approximately 0.57 acres located as a standalone block bounded by Court Street, Park Place, East 3rd Street, and Scott Street in Covington.
REQUEST: A proposed map amendment to the Covington Zoning Ordinance changing the described area from CG-3P (a general commercial zone) to CBD-9P (a central business zone) including review and actions on variances as permitted by the Covington Zoning Ordinance; the applicant proposes to increase the height of an existing nonconforming structure with a setback of 11 feet along Court Street and 20 feet along Park Place and East 3rd Street, where a maximum of five feet is permitted; and, to redevelop the existing building for a maximum of 130 apartment dwelling units and ground floor retail sales.
INFO: Staff report, Attachments

APPLICANT: City of Covington per Tom West, AICP, Economic Development Director
REQUEST: Proposed text amendments to the Covington Zoning Ordinance: (1) adding the “-9” intensity designation, a new intensity designation that allows a maximum floor area ratio (ratio of building area to lot area) of 9.0, a minimum lot area per dwelling unit of 175 square feet, and no height limit; and, (2) permitting this new intensity designation within the CBD (Central Business District) Zone.
INFO: Staff report

APPLICANT: Kenton County per Joe Shriver, County Administrator
REQUEST: Proposed text amendments to the Kenton County Zoning Ordinance: increasing the total impervious surface area permitted within front yards of single-family-zoned lots from 25 percent to 40 percent and 45 percent when the property is fronting a cul-de-sac turn around.
INFO: Staff report

APPLICANT: City of Elsmere per Matt Dowling, City Administrator
REQUEST: Proposed text amendments to the Elsmere Zoning Ordinance: (1) adding new parking requirements for senior housing; and, (2) adding a definition for senior housing
INFO: Withdrawl notice

APPLICANT: City of Fort Mitchell per Jude Hehman, Mayor
REQUEST: Proposed text amendments to the Fort Mitchell Zoning Ordinance: (1) establishing regulations for maintaining existing cross-connections within parking lots and shared access points; and, (2) adding projecting signs as a permitted sign type within the NC (Neighborhood Commercial) Zone.
INFO: Staff report