The UDC Update and the Future of Bozeman
The Bozeman City Commission | Monday October 16 – 6:00 pm
City Hall Bozeman Montana #406-59715
Continue review of Article 3 – 5 of the draft revised Chapter 38 Unified Development Code | New Bozeman Developments
A matter important to the future of New Bozeman Developments, On August 24, 2017 the City Commission began consideration of the Unified Development Code (UDC) update, dated July 28, 2017. A motion to approve was made and seconded. A motion to table discussion was made and seconded. The Commission voted 2:2 on the motion to table. The excused Commissioner will consider and vote on the motion to table discussion on the revised development on Thursday, September 7, 2017. On September 7, 2017 the Commission voted not to table the discussion on the UDC, final vote 3:2.
On September 11, 2017 the Commission continued consideration of the UDC update. The Commission completed review of Article 1 and began consideration of Article 2. The Commission continued the review to Monday, September 18, 2017.
On September 18, 2017 the Commission continued the public hearing to October 2, 207. No action was taken at the September 18, 2017 hearing.
On October 2, 2017 the Commission completed review of Article 2 and began consideration of Article 3. Two motions were made to amend the development code. Staff is maintaining a summary of all motions to track what changes will be made. The Commission continued the public hearing to October 23, 2017 with intention to focus on Articles 3 and 4. Staff held a meeting on Wednesday, October 4, 2017 with a group of design community to discuss and improve the minimum design standards in Article 5. The discussions with the design community are ongoing.
The last meeting RE: Black Olive, Bozeman | Bozeman Development
In terms of highly contentious New Bozeman Developments, The Real Estate developer and property owner/applicant (HomeBase) has made a new application for the demolition of an existing commercial building, and the construction of a mixed use building on .44 acres located at the southeast corner of South Black Avenue and East Olive Street. The site is presently developed and includes a two story commercial building that is proposed for demolition.
A prior application for development on this site from the same applicant was denied by the City Commission on April 11, 2017. This application is an entirely new proposal. The site is n located within the B-3, Central Business District and is located within the Neighborhood Conservation Overlay District. The site is not within a Historic District. The building proposed for demolition is not historic.
The proposed 47 unit mixed use apartment building proposes 28 one bedroom and 19 two bedroom apartments, 40 parking spaces and 1 car share vehicle in one building. Eight hundred square feet of commercial space is proposed on the ground floor.
Black Olive Special Meeting Session, Wednesday October 18th 6:00 pm
- Continued from October 9, 2017: The Black Olive II Site Plan and Certificate of Appropriateness, 202 South Black Avenue, Application 17265 (Quasi-Judicial) (Krueger)
Consider the motion: Having reviewed and considered the application materials, public comment, and all the information presented, I hereby adopt the findings presented in the staff report for application 17265 and move to approve the Black Olive II Site Plan and Certificate of Appropriateness application subject to conditions and all applicable code provisions.
- Authorize Payment of Accounts Payable Claims for Goods and Services (LaMeres)
- Authorize the Interim City Manager to Sign a Grant Award with the Bureau of Justice Assistance for the Bozeman Veteran Eligible Treatment Services (V.E.T.S) Court (Herrington)
- Authorize the Interim City Manager to Sign a Notice of Award to Montana Lines, Inc. for the Midtown Streetscape Project (Fine)
- Authorize the Interim City Manager to Sign a Professional Services Agreement with Big Horn Snow Removal Services for Snow Removal Services at Senior Center and Parking Lots (Meece)
- Authorize the Interim City Manager to Sign a Task Order with Tetra Tech Task for a 2017-2018 Remediation Systems Oversight(Hixson)
- Authorize the Interim City Manager to Sign Task Order Number 15 to the Professional Services Master Task Order Agreement with DOWL for Street and Utilities Land Agent Services for the Sourdough Water Main (Murray)
- Ordinance 1973 Final Adoption, the 2017 Cresent Cross Annexation Zone Map Amendment to Designate 30.129 Acres as R-5, Residential Mixed-Use High Density, Application 17032 (Saunders)
- Ordinance 1980 Final Adoption, Revisions to Article 38.43, Affordable Housing to Address Condominiums Text Amendment, Application 17381 (Matsen)
City Commission Action Items
- Session Continued from October 2, 2017: Public Hearing of the Bozeman City Commission Regarding Proposed Changes to the City’s Zoning, Subdivision, and Other Land Use Regulations (Chapter 38, Bozeman Municipal Code) (Known as the “UDC Update”)
- Continuation of the Appeal of the Administrative Project Decision 17365 for the Links Condominiums Application 16374 from October 16, 2017 to November 13, 2017
Consider the motion: I hereby continue the review of Appeal of the Administrative Project Decision 17365 from October 16, 2017 to November 13, 2017
- The Ridge Athletic Club Planned Unit Development (PUD) Expansion Major Modification Preliminary PUD and Phase 1 Site Plan at the Northwest Corner of South Ferguson Avenue and Fallon Street and Bound by Ravalli Street to the North, Application 17095 (Quasi-Judicial) (Krueger)
Consider the motion: Having reviewed and considered the application materials, public comment, and all the information presented, I hereby adopt the findings presented in the staff report for application 17095 and move to approve the preliminary planned unit development and first phase site plan subject to conditions and all applicable code provisions.
Consider the motion: In consideration of all public comment and information presented to date, I hereby move to adopt Resolution 4812 adopting the master plan for the East Gallatin Recreation Area in accordance with the 2007 Parks, Recreation, Open Space and Trails Plan and the Bozeman Municipal Code Section 26.02.220.
- Authorize the City of Bozeman to Participate as a Plaintiff in a Lawsuit Challenging the Constitutionality of Initiative 183 (1-183: Montana Locker Room Privacy Act) (D. Taylor)
Consider the motion: I move to authorize the City of Bozeman to participate as a plaintiff in a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Initiative 183 (the Montana Locker Room Privacy Act) and to request the interim city manager bring a resolution before the Commission appointing Alex Rate of the ACLU of Montana Foundation and Gabriel Arkles of the ACLU LGBT & HIV Project of the ACLU as special counsel for the City of Bozeman
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