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Minutes 11/16/1994 . . Ie AGENDA CITY OF PORT ANGELES PLANNING COMMISSION 321 East Fifth Street Port Angeles, W A 98362 November 16, 1994 7:00 p.m. Special Meeting Workshop I. eALL TO ORDER ll. ROLL CALL ill. APPROVAL OF MINUTES: None IV. WORKSHOP: 1. Discussion of possible revisions to the zoning regulations consistent with the recent adoption of the Comprehensive Plan and with the Growth Management Act. V. COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE PUBLIC VI. STAFF REPORTS VD. REPORTS OF COMMISSION MEMBERS IX. ADJOURNMENT All correspondence pertaining to a hearing item received by the Planning Department at least one day prior to the scheduled hearing will be provided to Commission members before the hearing. Members: Orville Campbell, Vice Chair, Bob Winters, Cindy Souders, Bob Philpou. Linda Nutter and Tim German. Planning Staff: Bl"lId Collins, Director; John Jimerson, Associate Planner; Sue Roberds, Office Specialist, David Sawyer, Sr. Planner. . . . PUBLIC HEARING PROCEDURE: Spokesmen for the proponents and opponents will be given an opportunity to speak to the request. Infonnation submitted should be factual, relevant and not merely duplication of a previous presentation. A reasonable time (10 minutes) shall be allowed the spokesman; others shall be limited to short supporting remarks (5 minutes). Other interested parties will be allowed to comment briefly (5 minutes each) or make inquiries. The Chairman may allow additional public testimony if the issue warrants it. Brief rebuttal (5 minutes) for proponents and opponents will be heard separately and consecutively with presentation limited to their spokesman. Rebuttal shall be limited to factual statements pertaining to previous testimony. Comments should be directed to the Board, not the City Staff representatives present, unless directed to do so by the Chairman. . . . l\flNUTES PLANNING COMMISSION Port Angeles, Washington 98362 Novmber 16, 1994 7:00 p.m. . Special Workshop ROLL eALL Members Present: Orville Campbell, Bob King, Bob Philpott, Cindy Souders, and Linda Nutter Members Absent: Bob Winters and Tim German Staff Present: Brad Collins and Sue Roberds Public Present: Martie Lucas and Ann Gilson APPRO V AL OF MINUTES None. PUBLIC MEETING Discussion of possible revisions to the zonine reeulations consistent with the recent adoption of the Comprehensive Plan and with the Growth Manaeement Act. Brad Collins began a discussion on possible revisions to the City's zoning regulations which would assure consistency with the recently adopted Comprehensive Plan and with the State's Growth Management Act. He noted detailed material prepared for the Commission's information on the proposed revisions and explained the reasons for those proposed amendments. The Planning Department has been working with the Growth Management Advisory Committee (GMAC) on the current recommendation to the Commission. A summary of the significant changes is included as an attachment to these minutes. (Cindy Souders arrived at 8:30 p.m.) The Commission took a break at 8:30 p.m. The meeting reconvened at 8:50 p.m. The Commission discussed the difference between grocery stores and supermarkets. It was determined that staff would work on a definition of the uses for the November 30, 1994, public hearing. A list of uses allowed in the new Industrial Park (IP) Zone will also be provided at the November 30 hearing. It was agreed that the maximum fence height for wrecking yard uses would be increased from six feet to seven feet. Planning Commission Minutes November 16, 1994 Page 2 or2 . eOMMUNIeATIONS FROM THE PUBLIC None. STAFF REPORTS Mr. Collins indicated that Associate Planner John Jimerson has accepted a position to work for the City of Tukwila. REPORTS OF THE eOMMISSION ADJOURNMENT The meeting adjourned at 11 :30 p.m. Brad Collins, Secretary . Attachment . &~4)~~ Orville Campbell, Chair . . . . PLANNING COMMISSION MINUTES ATTACHMENT November 16, 1994 GMAC RECOMMENDED CHANGES TO THE ZONING CODE 1. Use of words such as "district, fI "development," and "open spacefl would be changed to reflect the Comprehensive Plan use of these words. 2. The purpose statements would be changed to include additional purposes found in the Comprehensive Plan. 3. Zoning land use designations would be changed to combine Neighborhood Commercial and Commercial Residential and to add a new zone for Industrial Park. 4. The requirement that the Zoning Map must be consistent with the comprehensive Plan Map and that consistent means the same or lesser intensity than the Comp Plan Map would be added. 5. The following definitions would be added: "accessory residential unit," "amendment,t1 "density," "development," "district," "environmentally sensitive area," "incidental," "kitchen," "level of service," "neighborhood," "planning area," "subordinate," and "trail." 6. The following definitions would be substituted: "landfill, sanitary" for "dump," "open space" and "public facilities" for npublic open space." 7. The following defintions would be clarified: "building, residential," "dwelling unit,lI "single family residence," "manufactured home, II "mobile home," "trailer, automobile," "vacation trailer," and "recreation vehicle." 8. "Accessory residential units" would be added as a conditional use in RS-7 and RS-9 zones. 9. IIBusiness parking" would be deleted as a conditional use in the RHD zone. 10. "Trailer parks" would be added as a permitted use in the RTP zone. 11. "Art galleries and museums," "libraries," "nursing and convalescent homes," "public parks and recreation facilities, II and lIutility buildings and structures" which are RS-7 and RS-9 conditional uses would be added to multi-family and commercial zones. 12. Zoning chapters would be reordered to coordinate residential, commercial, and industrial zones and conditional uses. 13. "Bed and breakfasts" would be permitted in commercial zones. 14. For the most part, penalty and appeal sections would be consolidated in the Administration and Enforcement Chapter. . . . 15. Zone designations would be changed to have R (residential), C (commercial), or I (industrial) first in the map legend, e.g., "OC Office Commercial" would be "CO Commercial, Office." 16. Listing of residential uses in commercial zones would be changed to "Those residential uses permitted in the RHO zone at the RHO residential density allowances," including all residential uses as permitted uses in all commercial zones. 17. Commercial uses listed in less intensive commercial zones would be included in more intensive commercial zones. 18. "Small sites" and "maximum floor area of 3,500 square feet per business" would be changed to "sites no larger than one acrell in the CN Commercial, Neighborhood zone. 19. "Supermarkets," "hardware stores," and "frozen food or cold storage lockers" would not be permitted in the new CN Commercial, Neighborhood zone (old CR Commercial Residential zone) but would still be permitted in the CSD Community Shopping District zone, except IIfrozen food or cold storage lockers, II which would permitted in the CA commercial, Arterial zone. 20. "Churches, II "group homes and hospices," and "nursing and convalescent homes" would be permitted as principally permitted uses in the CSD Community Shopping District zone and more intensive commercial zones. 21. "Bulk requirements in the CN Commercial, Neighborhood zone would be similar to old CR Commercial Residential, except free-standing sign height limited to 20 feet. 22. Permitted and conditional uses in the CA Commercial, Arterial and caD Central Business District zones would be added or clarified. 23. "Off-premises advertising signs" would be added as a conditional use in the CA Commercial, Arterial zone. 24. New IP Industrial Park zone would be added with uses and requirements similar to IL Industrial, Light zone, except allowing office and commercial uses and all uses must be devoid of exterior nuisance factors. 25. Permitted and conditional uses in the IL Industrial, Light and IH Industrial, Heavy zones would be added or clarified. 26. Some hazardous and obnoxious manufacturing uses would be changed from permitted to conditional uses in the IH Industrial, Heavy zone. 27. Manufacturing with "asbestos," which is a banned material, would be deleted as a permitted or conditional use. . . . 28. Prohibition of oil ports and energy facilities would be deleted, and these uses would be included in a new Unclassified Use Permit (UUP) section in the Administration and Enforcement Chapter. 29. Junk, salvage, automobile storage or wrecking yards would be condi tional uses only in the IL Industrial, Light and IH Industrial, Heavy zones. 30. Buffers for industrial uses would be required consistent with the Comprehensive Plan for yards abutting residential and commercial zones. 31. Not previously zoned areas annexed to the city would be brought in as the zone most consistent with the Comprehensive Plan land use designation rather than automatically as RS-9 Residential, Singe Family. 32. Interpretation of zoning boundaries and Conditional or Unclassified Use Permits consistent with the Comprehensive Plan. approval of would be made 33. New section for Unclassified Use Permit including a number of new uses such as correctional facilities would be added to the Administration and Enforcement Chapter. 34. Needed references to Planning commission or Planning Director and Conditional or Unclassified Use Permit would be made. 35. Sections on Variances, Zoning Initiation, would be reordered to organize the Unclassified Use Permit sections. and Filing Fees Conditional and 36. Specific filing fee references would be deleted in favor of the separate Fees Ordinance as it currently exists. 37. City-wide zoning reclassifications consistent with the Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map designations would be made. 38. The recommended zoning reclassifications would not be intended to create nonconforming uses, except for a change from RTP Residential Trailer Park to PBP Public Building and Park in the Peabody Creek Ravine between Peabody and Lincoln streets. 39. The recommended zoning reclassifications would not be intended to diminish existing development rights for undeveloped properties, except for in environmentally sensitive areas such as the Daishowa lagoon, the Glaubert-Austin marine bluff and wetland, the Cronauer stream ravine and corridor, and the Newlin wetland. 40. The recommended zoning reclassifications would be intended to recognize existing uses in those areas of the City where the uses do not conform to the existing zoning. . . . Attending: Absent: Staff: GMAC MINUTES November 8, 1994 Ann Gilson, Marty Lucas, Bob King, Ken Schermer, Cindy Souders, John Pope Chris Muir, Mike Gentry Brad Collins The minutes of November 2, 1994; were approved. I The Committee continued review of the commercial sections of Zoning Code agreeing on the following changes. The various purpose sections of each zone will be revised per the earlier purpose changes. (A) (2) . 17.26.040 change: (A)(3). (A)(5). (A) (7) . (A) (8) (A) (12) add: boats after "tractors" relocate: "related" before "sales" delete add: ...skatina rinks. driving ranges. putt-putt golf courses. and video arcades. delete: "night clubs, pool halls" delete: "all of" add: ...bakerv4es shops. candy and stores. delicatessens. fruit and stands~ ice cream vegetable add: Special ty otorcD shops, such as bicycle, book, computer, florist, gift, hobby and toy, aRe pet stores/ and video rental. (A) (13). add: Chain saw sales and service stores. add: (A) (14). Shopoina centers. not exceedinq 63,000 square feet in land area. (B) (3) . (B) (5) . (B) (7) . (B) (9) . add: Business services offices... add: Financial services offices... add: Governmental offioCG and social service agencyies offices. add: Personal services facilities... (B) (11). add: Repair services stores... add: (B) (13). Eauimental rental stores. . (D) . (E)(2). (E)(4). (E)(5). (E) (6). (F) (1) . (F) (3). (G) . . (B) (14). Medical/dental offices and clinics. delete: 1-5. add: 1. Those residential uses permitted in the RHD Zone at the RHD densitv allowances. change: Ferry, seaplane, airplane, and helicopter facilities offices ana terminala. add: Parcel delivery service offices and terminals. add: Radio stations, TV stations, and newspaper buildings. add: Vehicular services buildings, such as ambulance service, automotive and truck rentals, and vehicle maintenance and repair shops, not including auto body and paint shops and auto enqine repair shops. add: storage srevices buildinqs... change: Wholesale buoineooeD stores. delete: Mixed commercial/residential developments. conoiating af Both commercial and reoidcntial uoes, located on arterial streets, with a minimuM af 500 oquarc feet of Buildin'€J aRe 50\ street frontage dedicated to oommercial UDC. 17.26.160 change: (A) . change and alphabetize: Buildings or development neccoo:lr}' for the opera.tion of a public ytility buildinqs and structures. (E) . (F) (I) . (K) . (L) . (M) . . (N) . change and alphabetize: IndefilCR6.CRt Qff-street parking otructureo and lots facilities. delete change: Public parks and public piers recreation facilities. delete change: stores. Salvage otorCG and yards and recycling change: Shopping Ma.llo centers, exceeding 63,000 square feet in land area. add: Social service agency4ee buildings providing . . . 24-hour residential care. (0) . change: Vehicle Auto body and paint shops and auto engine repair shops. add: (Pl. Off-premises advertising siqns. 17.26.200(0) consoiidate in g~neral provisions 17.94.090. 17.26.300 delete Chapter 17.28 changes like Chapter 17.26 17.28.040 delete reference to "C1a11am County" 17.28.160(K) change and relocate to 17~28.041(E): Indepcndent Qff-street parking lote ~nd etructurc3 facilities. 17.28.230 delete reference to "C1a11am County" in (C), (E), and (F). The subordinate commercial chapters 17.67 and 17.87 will be reordered to follow CBD. 17.67.100 consolidate with Chapter 17.96 17.67.110 consolidate with Chapter 17.96 17.87.050(A) change zones to reflect previous recommended changes. 17.87.120 consolidate with Chapter 17.96 17.87.130 consolidate with Chapter 17.96 The Committee reviewed the industrial sections of Zoning Code agreeing on the following changes. The various purpose sections of each zone will be revised per the earlier purpose changes. 17.32.020(A) (7) and (8) relocate in 17.32.040. 17.32.040(B) delete 17.34.020(I), (L), (M), (N), and (Z) relocate in 17.34.040. delete: Sltating rink, Ilance hall, night club, pool hall. boxing arena... 17.34.020 (AA) change: Manufactureinq and processing, p~cldng and 3taring of: alcohol... relocate in 17.34.040: asbestos, asphalt, chemicals, ceramics, drugs, pharmaceuticals, 17.34.020(R) . perfumes, paint, lampblack, varnish, oil, turpentine, plastics, soap and soap products, and tar roofing or waterproofing 17.34.020(BB) relocate in 17.34.040 17.34.025(A) and (B) relocate in new Unclassified Use Permit Chapter. 17.34.025(C) delete 17.34.050 add: Buffers shall be provided consistent with the Comprehensive Plan for yards abuttinq residentially or commercially zoned property. Chapter. 17.92 reorder after 17.34. 17.92.010 change: Junk yards, salvage yards, automobile storage or wrecking yards may be conditionallY permitted only in ~n Inauotrial Oiatrict the LI or M-2 zones. 17.92.030 add: Unless otherwise specified by the Planning Commission, a solid, site-obscuring fence~ veqetation. or landform at least seven (7) feet ep mefe in height shall be... . Differences between the existing Zoning Map and the adopted Comprehensive Plan land use map were discussed and will be reviewed for recommendations at the next meeting. The next meeting will also complete the review of Zoning Code with the administrative chapters on pages 87-102. The next meetings will again be on Wednesdays at 7:00 am. . . . . GMAC MINUTES November 2, 1994 Attending: Ann Gilson, Marty Lucas, Mike Gentry, Bob King, Ken Schermer Chris Muir, Cindy Souders, John Pope Brad Collins Absent: staff: In the absence of the Chair and Vice-Chair, it was decided that Brad Collins would facilitate the meeting. The minutes of October 26, 1994, were approved. The Committee continued review of the residential sections of Zoning Code agreeing on the following changes. The various subordinate residential chapters 17.18, 17.70, 17.86, and 17.91 will be reordered to follow RHD according to 17.18, 17.91, 17.86, and 17.70. 17.18.030 change: Applicability. A Conditional Use Permit in accordance with the provisions of this Chapter is required for all bed and breakfasts occurring in residential use distrieto zones. Bed and breakfasts shall be aeftsitioRally permitted uses within the CgO C1, COllHRld.l'lity Ghoppinlj Diotricts commercial use zones. Bea and brcaJcfasto occurrinq iR commercial districto other than the CSD C1 Diotrict, ohall be cORoidercd hotels and regulated accordingly. 17.18.110 and 17.18.120 will be consolidated with the general zoning penalties and appeals sections. 17.91 chapter title change: Homes for the Elderly, Nursing Homes, and Elderly Group Care Homes Conditional Use Permit. 17.91.020(A) change: Homes for the elderly, nursing homes, etc., shall be permitted in zonesinlj districts specified in this Ordinance, and or by Conditional Use Permit from the Planning Commission. 17.91.020(b) add: To obtain a Conditional Use Permit.L. each developer of proposed Elderly Housing shall meet the following requirements: 17.86 chapter title change: He-- Home Occupations Conditional Use Permit. 17.86.012(C) add: "Incidental" means that an additional use does not interfere or otherwise detract from the permitted use. 17.86.012 (D) add: "Subordinatell means that an additional use takes UP subtantiallv less space than the permitted use. Le.. fifty percent or less space than the permitted use. . . . 17.86.100 and 17.86.310 will be consolidated with the general zoning penalties and appeals sections. 17.70 chapter title add: Overlay Zone. PRO - Planned Residential Development 17.70.010 last sentence add: The consolidation of permit reviews does not eliminate the need for applications normally required for the underlying permit processes: 17.70.040 last sentence change: The language has been changed in the last ordinance revision. 17.70.060 table change: RS-9 is 3.59 diu/acre to start. The 25.6 diu/acre zones are RHO, 00 CO, CN, CSO, ACD. and CBD. 17.70.170 third sentence change: The construction and development of all the uCilslc common open spaces, public common recreation facilities, and other pUblic improvements of each project phase must be completed before any certificates of occupancy will be issued. . . 17.70.300 will be consolidated with the general zoning penalties section. 17.20 chapter title change: Ge CO - Office Commercial District. 17.20.160 change: Art aalleries and museums. Libraries. Nursing and convalescent homes. Public parks and recreation facilities. and utilitv buildinas and structures will added as separate conditional uses. "Buildings or development necessary for the operation of a public utility" and Urest, retirement, and convalescent homes" will be replaced. 17.21 and 17.23 chapters will be combined and titled CN- Neighborhood Commercial Distriot 17.21.010/17.23.010 as previously combined with another change: ...omall sites no larger than one acre... 17.21. 040 use for permitted uses, except change: Art galleries and museums. Churches. Group homes and hospices. Libraries. Mortuaries and funeral parlors. Nursing and convalescent homes. and Public parks and recreation facilities will added as separate permitted uses. "Adult family home and supported living arragements, Apartments, and Single family residences It will be replaced by Those residential uses permitted in the RHO District Zone at the RHO density reauirements. Insurance and real estate services will be added to "Banks, financial instituions," and ice cream and video rental will added to "Speciality shops." "Supermarkets, Frozen food or cold storage lockers, and Hardware stores" will be deleted as permitted uses. 17.21.160 use for conditional uses, except change: lrBed and . . . breakfast establishments, provided that at least one half of the bedrooms are devoted solely for transient business" will be deleted. "Churches and Group homes and hospices" will be permitted uses. "Off-street parking ~ facilities will be changed. 17.23.200 use these development standards, except delete: "4. Maximum Floor Area - 3,500 square feet per business." 17.23.220 use for signs, except change: ...attachedT or 5 20 feet if free-standing. 17.21.230 use for design and landscaping, except add: gbutting. .17.22.040 use the revised CN permitted and conditional uses, except change: "Delicatessens, grocery stores, supermarkets, Hardware stores. Service stations. and Taverns and 'cocktail lounqesfl will be added to permitted uses. "Creameries and Frozen food or cold storage lockers" will be deleted. 17.22.220 use the revised CN signs permitted, except reference CSD and change: ... attached, or 30 feet if freestanding. The next meeting will continue the review of commercial sections on pages 44-52, 61-64, and 78-84, will review the industrial sections on pages 53-58 and 86, and will review pUblic buildings and parks on pages 59-60. . GMAC MINUTES October 26, 1994 Attending: Cindy Souders, Ann Gilson, Marty Lucas, Mike Gentry, Bob King, John Pope Chris Muir, Ken Schermer Brad Collins, David Sawyer Fran Burch Absent: Staff: Public: The minutes of October 19, 1994, were approved with the correction of identifying that Bob King attended the meeting. The Committee continued reviewing the purpose section, where staff "had made changes according to the previous meeting actions and the Committee decided on option 1 for the PBP Zone (i.e., the current zone is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and will left for revision when more time is available for improving the Zoning Code) . The Committee agreed with Carl Alexander's suggestion to add a definition to the Zoning Map section clarifying the distinction between the Zoning Map and the Comprehensive Plan Map. Staff will draft the language. . Next, the Committee reviewed definitions and agreed with Carl Alexander's suggested additions as well as adding definitions for "amendment, habitable space, kitchen, mobile homes, and public facilities." The language for new definitions would be taken from the Comprehensive Plan or drafted by staff. Clarification of residential building, dwelling, and residence would be made by staff. The term "dump" would give way to the new "landfill" definition, and the term "public open space" would give way to the new definitions for "open space and public facilities." The manufactured home definition will be made consistent with the Comprehensive Plan, ,and staff will research the proper state and/or federal standards citation. The purpose sections of the residential sections will all be changed to reflect the new purpose statements approved in the October 19 minutes. The proper state or federal standards citation will be made for manufactured homes following staff research. "Accessory Residential Units" will be added as a new conditional use, which is distinct from duplexes, to the RS-7 and RS-9 Zones. Consistent language will be used for the same identified uses (e.g., residential care facilities) in each Zone. The various sections will be reorder according to the October 19 minutes reorder of zoning intention purpose statements with RTP and RMD between RS and RHO Zones. e Section 17.12.040(A) Business Parking was deleted as a conditional use in the RHO Zone. Section 17.13.090 Trailer Parks is to be rewritten, and "Trailer parks" is to be included as a permitted use in section 17.13.010 with "mobile homes and manufactured homes" as permitted use to be made consistent with the new purpose statement . . . and the Comprehensive Plan. section 17.13.050(H) was changed to read playground-recreation ~ open space. The Fire Department will be asked to review section 17.13.100(K) for consistency with current requirements. section 17.14.030 is to be edited to include "recreation facilities" with public parks, "Libraries," and "Art galleries and museums as well as to list Residential care facilities separately and to delete "found" in (I) . The schedules of the Planning Commission and City Council will require the GMAC to complete review of the Zoning Code in time for a November 30, 1994, Planning Commission meeting. Ann Gilson asked if additional GMAC meetings will be needed, and that will be "determined by the progress made each week. The next meeting will continue the review of residential sections on pages 29-32, 65-77, and 85 and start review of the commercial sections on pages 33-52 and 78-84. . . . GMAC MINUTES October 19, 1994 Attending: Cindy Souders 1 Ann Gilson, Ken Schermer, Marty Lucas, Mike Gentry, Bob King Chris Muir, John Pope Brad Collins, David Sawyer Fran Burch Absent: Staff: Public: Copies of the list of development regulations which need to be addressed were distributed. The minutes of October 5 and 12, 1994, were approved. The committee began reviewing the purpose section, and the following changes were agreed upon by consensus. It was agreed that wherever the words "zoning district" and "development" are used throughout the Zoning Code they would be changed to reflect the Comprehensive Plan use of these words. 17.01. 010 (A) add: To implement the requirements of the State Growth Manaqement Act of 1990 through the qoals. policies. and obiectives of the Port Anqeles comprehensive Plan bv ~ dividinq the City into zones and diatricta... 17.01.010(B) add: ...commerical, aft& manufacturing. and public areas within the City and to promote the orderly and appropriate development of such areas. 17.01.010(C) delete: spaces. . . ...and to determine the area of open 17.01.010(0) add new section and reletter subsequent sections: D. To sustain natural landscapes. corridors. and habitats for fish and wildlife and to provide relief from the urban landscape within the community through the designation of open s9ace areas. 17.01.010(E) add: ...motor vehicles and for.L the loading and unloading of commercial vehicles. and public transit access. and pedestrian safety. 17.01.010(F) add: ...manufacturing. public. or other uses within such lines. 17.01.010(G) add: ...structures and to preserve existing unusual. unique. and interestinq features of the natural landscape so far as is possible and 4s appropriate in each diatrict zone, by regulating. . . 17.01.010(H) add: ...hazards and to maintain the quality of life in the interest of public health, safety, compfort, and general welfare bv establishinq minimum level of service standards throuqhout the City. . 17.01.010(J) delete: ...character of do~elopmcnt or the permitted uses within specified zones diotricto. 17.01.010(L) add new section and reletter subsequent sections: L. To encouraqe the preservation of historic or culturally significant sites and structures throuqhout the city. 17.01.010(M) add: ...herein and to protect the orivate property riqhts of landowners from arbitrary and discriminatory actions. 17.01.010(N) add new section and reletter subsequent sections: N. To improve the variety. quality. availability. and affordabilitv of housinq opportunities in the city. 17.01.010(0) Zoning Intentions: 1. add: RS-7 Zone - ~fle purpo~c of the RS 7 Diotriot ia This is a low density residential zone intented to create... may be located in this Diotrict zone. 2. add: RS-9 Zone - The purpooe of tho RS 9 Diotrict is This is a low density residential zone intented to create and preserve 5e5urban ... may be located in this District zone. . 3. reorder and add: RTP Zone - This ~ is a medium density residential zone intended for mobile home occupancies only, COflVCRtiollal d\lCllifl~C3 are exoluded, but and the area is regarded as essentially residential in character. 4. reorder and add: RMD Zone - This &eRe is the dcoi~Ratcd area for a medium density residential zong diotrict which allows... RHO zong diotrict. The permitted uses... 5. reorder and add: RHO Zone - This ~ is the deaignated area for a high density residential zone for multi-family reaidential structures. Compatible uses... 6. reorder and add: PRO District Overlay Zone - This Oi!3trict overlay zone is to provide alternative zoning regulations which permit and encourage design flexibiity, conservation and protection of natural alllcnitieo critical areas, and innovation in residential developments to those requlations found in the underlyinq zone. It is intended... 7. add: 00 CO Zone - ~ This is a commecial zone intended for those business... . 8. combine with the CR Zone and renumber subsequent sections: CN Zone - ':rhc purpose of thc Ncil3'fleorhoed COHllRcrcial District, which ohall aloo ec ]tROWl'l 0.0 eN, This is a commercial zone intended to create and preserve areas for businesses which are of the type providing goods and services for the day-to-day needs of the surrounding residential areas neiqhborhoods. Such a Diotrict ~usinesses in this zone shall occur on small . . . sites and shall be located and designed to encourage both pedestrian and vehicular access and to be compatible with adjacent residential neighborhoods. 9. add: CSD Zone - This is a commercial zone io also oriented primarily to those businesses serving the iHlfRcdiatc daily needs of the surrounding residential arena neiahborhoods but is slightly less restrictive than the eR eN zone and as such provides a transition area from the most restictive commercial zones to those of lesser restrictions. Businesses in this zone may occur on sites of varvinq sizes and shall be located at the intersections of arterial streets of sufficient size to satisy traffic demand and at the boundaries of neighborhoods so that more than one neighborhood may be served. 10. add: caD Zone - This is a commercial zone intended to strengthen and preserve the area commonly known as the Downtown for major retail, service, financial, and other commercial operations that serve the entire community, the regional market, and tourists. It is further the purpose of this Diatrict zone to establish standards to improve pedestrian access and amenities and to increase public enjoyment of the shoreline. 11. add: ACO Zone - This is a commercial zone intended to create and preserve areas for businesses serving the entire ci ty ~ and needina an arterial location because of the nature of the business or intensity of traffic generated Qy the business. 12. add and renumber subsequent sections: IF Zone - This is an industrial zone intended to create and oreserve areas for office. commercial. and industrial uses devoid of exterior nuisances in a planned. park-like setting. 13. add: LI Zone - This is an industrial zone intended to create and preserve areas for industrial uses which are largely devoid of exterior nuisances iA n ploFlRce1., filar]!: like 3ctting, in close proximity to the airport and highways. 14. add: M2 Zone - This is the least restrictive industrial afea zone intended to be the area in which heavy industry could develop causing the least friction impact on other land uses. 15. Staff was asked to propose revisions to this section for the next meeting. The next meeting will continue the review of pages 1-13 and start review of the residential sections (pages 14-32 and 65-85). . . . PUBLIC BUILDINGS - PARK ZONE PROPOSED REVISION OPTIONS Option 1: The current zone is consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and Growth Management Act and therefore should be left for revision when more time is available for improving the zoning Code. Option 2: Revise the zone to remove public buildings and leave the zone as a parks and open space/low density residential zone. option 3: Do not change the PBP zone but leave it as is, since it is well established over the past 24 years and has been successful in accomplishing many of the conservation element goals in general and the policy that building density should decrease as natural constraints increase in particular. . ~LEASE SIGN IN CITY OF PORT ANGELES Planning Commission Attendance Roster Meeting Date: U~.s~