Some highlights that we are tracking at the City Commission this Monday June 27th 5:30 pm, City Hall Bozeman | Montana
Cottage Housing | The Birth of the Tiny Home in Bozeman?
“The City has been working on the issues of infill development and affordable housing for many years. Recently, the City adopted new regulations for affordable housing. As part of that process the City Commission directed creation of an option for innovative housing. The innovative housing option is to encourage the creation of affordable housing within developments. The increased intensity of use and flexibility can create challenges due to tight conditions. Attention to details during the design and execution of a cottage housing development is essential. Cottage housing requires site innovation. The allowed small scale and small lot sizes provide a style of housing not found in standard subdivision design. The design standards address details not normally seen during a subdivision review. Not all sites are able to successfully meet cottage housing standards. Provision of infrastructure is a design constraint.”
Lamme Street ZMA | Increase in Density to R-5 Zoning
Lamme Street Zone Map Amendment (ZMA) requesting amendment of the City Zoning Map for 5.1 acres (including streets and alleys) from R-4 (High Density Residential) district to R-5 (Residential Mixed-Use High Density) district. The Bozeman Code Update is a City wide effort to generally revise and update the City’s development code. In association with the phase one code amendments certain zoning changes were necessary. The Lamme Street ZMA is a part of the Midtown ZMA and text amendments that were finally adopted on April 25, 2016 and became effective on June 8, 2016 after considerable public input. However, based on public comment the Commission removed three areas within the Midtown ZMA area from the revised and adopted zoning map. All areas removed from the revised zoning map were proposed to be changed to R-5.
Law & Justice Project | Project Update
As designed, the Project consists of two separate buildings constructed on the L&J campus; a Courts building and a law enforcement building (see attached site plan). The total estimated square footage for both buildings is 181,658.
Ownership Structure | If all questions are approved by voters, the City and County would jointly own the Project as condominiums, which is the form of property ownership chosen by the County and City for the joint 911 Center/Fire Station 3 property. Under this form of ownership, each party would own their condominium unit (the areas of the buildings exclusively occupied by that party), plus an undivided property interest in the common elements, expressed as a percentage. It is anticipated the City and County would each have a 50% voting interest in the condominium’s common elements. The condominium declaration will include a dispute resolution mechanism to resolve any deadlocks.
Consent Items (16 total)
3. Resolution 4697, Authorizing Participation in the Board of Investments of the State of Montana Short Term Investment Pool and Authorizing the Execution and Delivery of documents Related Thereto (Clark)
7. Authorize the Mayor to Sign the Montana Department of Commerce Big Sky Economic Development Trust Fund Program Grant Award Contract to Wisetail, and Authorize the CityManager to Execute Related Documents (Fontenot)
12. Authorize the City Manager to Sign Amendment Number 2 to Task Order Number 3 for the Professional Services Agreement with DOWL for Right-of-Way Acquisition for the North 7th Avenue Lighting and Sidewalk Project (Fine)
13. Authorize the City Manager to Sign the Memorandum of Agreement and Certificate of Acceptance for the Purchase of Easements, Temporary Construction Easements, and Right-of-Way for the Construction of Improvements to Baxter Lane, Parcel 8 (Hixson)
Special Presentations (2 total)
1. Bozeman Police Department 2015 Annual Report (Crawford)
2. Unified Development Code Update (Rogers
Action Items (5 total)
1. Lamme Street Zone Map Amendment (ZMA) Requesting Amendment of the City Zoning Map for 5.1 Acres (Including Right-of-Way and Alleys) from R-4 (High Density Residential) District to R-5 (Residential Mixed-Use High Density) District, Subject Area Generally Located South of Lamme, West of 8th Avenue, East of 11th Avenue, and on the North Side of the B-2M Zoning District Boundary, Application 15320 (Rogers)
2. A Growth Policy Amendment (GPA) to Revise the Future Land Use Map from Residential to Business Park Mixed Use on 0.91 Acres, located at 1905 West College Street, and Consideration of Approving Resolution 4699 for the Amendment to Figure 3-1 of the Bozeman Community Plan, 19th and College Growth Policy Amendment Application 16051(Rice)
3. 1905 West College Street Zone Map Amendment (ZMA) to Change the Zoning of 0.91 Acres from R-4 (Residential High Density) to R-O (Residential-Office) at 1905 West College Street, Application 16248 (Rice)
5. Provisional Adoption of Ordinance 1952, Amending Chapter 38 of the Bozeman Municipal Code to Create a Cottage Housing Residential Type, Assign the New Use to Residential Districts, Establish Standards for Cottage Housing, and Establish Procedures for Cottage Housing Subdivisions, with Additional Sections To Be Amended If It Is Determined To Be Needed During the Course of Review, Amending Uses Allowed on All Residentially Zoned Property Except the Residential Suburban District, Application 16146 (Saunders)
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Author | Nolan S. Campbell | (406) 209-2386 | email@example.com