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Posted on: August 7, 2017

Public Notice Ordinance Packet

City of Oak Hill                                      phone - (615) 371-8291              

5548 Franklin Pike, Suite 102                                                               fax - (855) 611-8980

Nashville, Tn  37220                                                                 email – jeff.clawson@oakhilltn.us

Memo                            October 4, 2017

To:                   Residents

From:             Jeff Clawson, City Manager

Subject:         Public Notification Ordinance

Residents,

The proposed Public Notification Ordinance was discussed at the October 3, 2017 Planning Commission meeting per the letter you received a few weeks ago.  After discussion by the commission, the following changes were recommended:

  • Add U. S. Mail in bullet point # 4 to clarify how the notice will be sent.
  • Change the 15 day notification requirement to between 15 and 30 days.
  • Add bullet point # 5 addressing the requirement to send notices for all planning commission cases.

The following revised Ordinance O-17-10-01-70 represents the proposed ordinance with the above described changes. 

The Ordinance number has also been changed from O-17-09-01-70 to O-17-10-01-70. 

Thanks,

Jeff

ORDINANCE O-17-10-01-70

 

AN ORDINANCE REGARDING SPECIAL PUBLIC NOTICE FOR ALL ZONING AND LAND USE ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS 

WHEREAS, BY VIRTUE OF ITS INCORPORATION UNDER Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 6, Chapter 18, the City of Oak Hill has among its ordinance powers the authority to regulate zoning and land use control; and 

WHEREAS, the work of the Board of Commissioners is central to the City’s mission of preserving its natural resources and residential environment; and

WHEREAS, before enacting a zoning ordinance or any amendment thereof, the Board of Commissioners shall hold a public hearing with at least fifteen (15) days’ notice of the time and place of such public hearing shall be placed on the City’s website; and

WHEREAS, the citizens of Oak Hill should receive advance notice of all zoning ordinances being considered by the Board of Commissioners involving any area included or proposed to be included in the City’s Zoning Ordinance.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY OF OAK HILL, AS FOLLOWS:

The Board of Commissioners of the City of Oak Hill hereby resolves to amend and restate the public notice requirements for amendments to the zoning ordinance as follows:

  • Delete:  Ordinance O-15-09-01-70 – An Ordinance Regarding Notice of Planning Commission Consideration and Action.
  • Delete:  Ordinance O-15-09-02-90 – An Ordinance Regarding Notice of Consideration and Action or Inquiries relating to Zoning and Land Use Control.
  • Add:  In addition to any notice, publication or posting requirements currently required by law, the citizens of Oak Hill shall receive advance notice of all proposed changes to the existing zoning ordinance.  Advance notice will be sent by U. S. Mail to all households.
  • Add:  The notice will be posted to the City’s website, as well as any proposed ordinance.  All households will receive said notice via U. S. Mail between fifteen and thirty days in advance of the Board of Commission meeting when said ordinance will be scheduled for a first reading.
  • Add:  Planning Commission Monthly Cases – The City shall attempt to notify all property owners within two-hundred and fifty feet (250’) of the boundaries of the subject property at least ten (10) days prior to the hearing at which the application will be considered. 

Memo                                                    October 4, 2017

To:                   Residents

From:             Jeff Clawson, City Manager

Subject:         Bulk Building Regulations Ordinance

Residents,

The proposed ordinance addressing zoning standards for zoning classifications C, D, E, and F that you received a letter about a few weeks ago was discussed by the Planning Commission at their meeting last night (10/3).

The planning commission recommended the ordinance as proposed with no changes.

   

Thanks,

Jeff


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