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.

Agenda      Legal notice

APPLICANT: Anchor Associates per Brad Copp on behalf of M and T Real Estate Holdings, LLC, and Stratford Development, LLC
LOCATION: 615 and 621 Ireland Avenue and 616, 618, 620, and 626 Buttermilk Pike; an area of approximately 2.9 acres located between Buttermilk Pike and Ireland Ave between Anderson Road to the southeast and Harris Street to the northwest, approximately 450 feet northwest of Anderson Road in Crescent Springs.
REQUEST: Stage I Development Plan for the described area which is zoned MLU-2 (Mixed Land Use Two) Zone by the Crescent Springs Zoning Ordinance; the applicant proposes to construct an 11,800 square foot building that includes restaurant and retail uses.
REPORTS: to be posted

APPLICANT: CHI Living Communities d/b/a Madonna Manor Inc. on behalf of St. Walburg Monastery of Benedictine Sisters of Covington, Kentucky, Inc.
LOCATION: An area of approximately 24.2 acres located on the north side of Amsterdam Road between Doriel Street to the east and Villa Drive to the west, approximately 400 feet west of Doriel Street and 600 feet north of Amsterdam Road in Villa Hills.
REQUEST: A proposed map amendment to the Villa Hills Zoning Ordinance changing the described area from the INST (Institutional) Zone and R-RE (Residential One E) Zone to R-2 (Residential Two) Zone.
REPORTS: to be posted

APPLICANT: Condoview, LLC per Paul Zeltwanger
LOCATION: Area A: An area of approximately 1.6 acres located north of West Pike Street between Arlington Road to the west and Grays Peak to the east, approximately 400 feet north of West Pike Street, located directly east of the former Covington Gateway site in Covington.
Area B: An area of approximately 18.6 acres located west of and adjacent to Area A on the southwest side of the intersection of Amsterdam Road with Montague Road, and on the north side of Dixie Highway/Pike Street between Arlington Road to the west and Grays Peak to the east, approximately 150 feet west of Grays Peak in Covington.
Area C: An area of approximately 7.5 acres located west of and adjacent to Area B on the south side of Amsterdam Road and at the terminus of Hamilton Road and Old State Road, approximately 200 feet east of Arlington Road in Park Hills.
REQUESTS: Area A: a proposed map amendment to the Covington Zoning Ordinance changing the described area from RU-2B (an urban residential zone) to RU-2B (PUD) (an urban residential zone with a planned unit development overlay).
Area B: A Stage I Development Plan for the described area which is zoned RU-2B (PUD) (an urban residential zone with a planned unit development overlay).
Area C: A Stage I Development Plan for the described area which is zoned R-1EE (PUD) (a single-family and two-family residential zone with a planned unit development overlay).
REPORTS: to be posted

APPLICANT: City of Covington per David Johnston, City Manager
REQUEST: Proposed text amendments to the Covington Zoning Ordinance adding restaurants with or without beer, wine, or alcohol and retail sales and service uses as Conditional Uses in the IL (Industrial-Limited) Zone.
REPORTS: to be posted

APPLICANT: City of Taylor Mill per Jill Bailey, City Administrative Officer
REQUEST: Proposed text amendments to the Taylor Mill Zoning Ordinance: (1) adding a definition for short-term rental; and, (2) prohibiting short term rentals within all residential zones, the RCD (Residential Cluster Overlay Zone), and the PUD (Planned Unit Development) Zone; and, (3) amending the penalty provisions for violations of the zoning ordinance.
REPORTS: to be posted

APPLICANT: Viox & Viox, Inc.
LOCATION: An area of approximately 257 acres located along the north side of Jones Road between Northcutt Road and Mary Grubbs Highway, approximately 1,500 feet east of Mary Grubbs Highway, in the City of Walton; the site is being developed as a five-lot industrial subdivision.
REQUEST: Waivers from requirements of Sections 4.1-29 and 4.1-11 of the Kenton County Subdivision Regulations; granting the request would waive Kenton County’s industrial street requirements and allow the proposed streets to be constructed to the Boone County industrial street requirements, and waive the requirement for sidewalks along both sides of the internal street and provide them along only one side.
REPORTS: to be posted