Zoning Changes

Now Pending

Kenton County Planning Commission 

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February 2019         Agenda      Legal notice    

APPLICANT: City of Bromley per Mike Denham, Mayor, on behalf of Wischer Holdings, LLC
LOCATION: 1700 Highwater Road; an area of approximately 7.63 acres located on the southwest side of Highwater Road, approximately 1,700 feet south of Main Street and approximately 4,200 feet east of River Heights Lane in Bromley.
REQUEST: A proposed map amendment to the Bromley Zoning Ordinance changing the described area from R-1A (a single-family residential zone) to I-4 (an industrial zone).
INFO: Staff report

APPLICANT: City of Bromley per Mike Denham, Mayor
REQUEST: Proposed text amendments to the Bromley Zoning Ordinance adding self-storage units and outdoor storage of boats, vehicles, and construction equipment to the list of permitted uses and adding development controls related to the outdoor storage, all within the I-4 (Industrial Four River) Zone.
INFO: Staff report

APPLICANT: City of Crescent Springs per Michael Baker, City Attorney
REQUEST: Proposed text amendments to the Crescent Springs Zoning Ordinance: (1) adding drive-thrus and outdoor dining as accessory uses to eating and drinking establishments within the NC (Neighborhood Commercial) Zone; and, (2) decreasing the number of off-street parking spaces required for combination restaurants (a restaurant which provides any combination of sit down, carry out, and/or drive in services).
INFO: Staff report