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City of Richmond, Virginia CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the City of Richmond Planning Commission has scheduled a public hearing, open to all interested citizens, on Monday, May 17, 2021 at 1:30 p.m. and the Council of the City of Richmond has scheduled a public hearing on Monday, May 24, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. to consider the following ordinances: Ordinance No. 2021-108 To close, to public use and travel, a portion of an alley bounded by Hampton Street, Colorado Avenue, South Meadow Street, and Dakota Avenue, consisting of 2,296± square feet, upon certain terms and conditions. Ordinance No. 2021-109 To authorize the special use of the property known as 415 North 35th Street for the purpose of two single-family attached dwellings, upon certain terms and conditions. The subject property is located in the R-8 Urban Residential zoning district. The Richmond 300 Master Plan recommends Neighborhood Mixed-Uses for the Property. Primary Uses include single-family houses, accessory dwelling units, duplexes and small multi-family dwellings. The net proposed density is approximately 21 units per acre. Ordinance No. 2021-110 To authorize the special use of the property known as 513 Northside Avenue for the purpose of a dwelling unit within an accessory building to an existing single-family dwelling, upon certain terms and conditions. The property is situated in an R-5 Single-Family Residential District. The City's Richmond 300 Master Plan designates a future land use for the subject property as Residential. Primary Uses include Single-family houses, accessory dwelling units, and open space. The density of the proposed development is approximately 17 units per acre. Ordinance No. 2021-111 To authorize the special use of the property known as 1005 Westover Hills Boulevard for the purpose of a mixed-use building containing up to 12 dwelling units and commercial space, upon certain terms and conditions. The properties are situated in an R-5 Single-Family Residential District. The City's Richmond 300 Master Plan designates a future land use for the subject property as Community Mixed-Use. Primary Uses are retail/office/personal service, multi family residential, cultural, and open space. Secondary Uses are single family houses, institutional, and government. Ordinance No. 2021-112 To authorize the special use of the property known as 1402 Roseneath Road for the purpose of an automated teller machine accessible from the exterior of a building, upon certain terms and conditions. The City's Richmond 300 Master Plan designates a future land use for the subject property as Destination Mixed-Use Primary Uses: Retail/office/personal service, multi-family residential, cultural, and open space. Secondary Uses: Institutional and government. Ordinance No. 2021-113 To authorize the special use of the property known as 2006 Carver Street for the purpose of two single-family attached dwellings, upon certain terms and conditions. The current zoning for the subject property is R-5 Single Family Residential. The City's Richmond 300 Master Plan designates the subject property for designates the subject property for Neighborhood Mixed Use. Primary Uses: Single family houses, accessory dwelling units, duplexes, small multi family buildings (typically 3 10 units), and open space. Secondary Uses: Large multifamily buildings (10+units), retail/office/personal service, institutional, cultural, and government. Ordinance No. 2021-114 To authorize the special use of the property known as 3017 Forest Hill Avenue for the purpose of a day nursery for up to 12 children, upon certain terms and conditions. The property is situated in an R-5 Single-Family Residential District. The City of Richmond's Master Plan designates a future land use category for the subject property as Residential. Primary uses are single-family houses, accessory dwelling units, and open space. Ordinance No. 2021-115 To conditionally rezone the properties known as 2 Manchester Road and 4 Manchester Road from the RF-1 Riverfront District to the B-4 Central Business District (Conditional), upon certain terms and conditions. The City's Richmond 300 Plan designates the site as Destination Mixed Use. Primary Uses are retail/office/personal service, multi family residential, cultural, and open space. Secondary Uses are institutional and government. Ordinance No. 2021-116 To rezone the property known as 4401 East Main Street from the RF-2 Riverfront District to the TOD-1 Transit-Oriented Nodal District. The City of Richmond's Master Plan designates a future land use category for the subject property as Corridor Mixed-Use. Primary uses are retail/office/personal service, multi-family residential, cultural and open space. No residential density is specified for this land use designation. The meetings will be held through electronic communication means pursuant to and in compliance with Ordinance No. 2020-093, adopted April 9, 2020, as most recently amended by Ordinance No. 2020-232, adopted December 14, 2020. The meetings will be open to participation through electronic communication means by the public and closed to in-person participation by the public. Less than a quorum of Richmond City Planning Commission members and Richmond City Council will assemble in City Hall, located at 900 East Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia, and most members and other staff will participate by teleconference /videoconference via Microsoft Teams. The meetings will be streamed live online at the following web address: https://richmondva.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx. To watch a meeting's live stream at the web address provided, find and click the link that reads, "In Progress" in the farthest right hand column entitled, "Video". The agenda for the Richmond City Council meeting is accessible through the City's legislative website at the following web address: https://richmondva.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx. To view the agenda at the web address provided, find and click the link that reads, "Agenda" associated with the May 24, 2021 Richmond City Council Formal meeting listed in the calendar. Interested citizens who wish to speak at the Richmond City Council meeting will be given an opportunity to do so by following the "Formal Meeting Citizen Participation Instructions" attached to the May 24, 2021 Richmond City Council Formal meeting agenda. Citizens are encouraged to provide their comments in writing to CityClerksOffice@richmondgov.com in lieu of calling in. The person responsible for receiving comments in writing is Candice D. Reid, City Clerk. All comments received prior to 10:00 a.m. on Monday, May 24, 2021, will be provided to Council members prior to the meeting and will be included in the record of the meeting. Copies of the full text of all ordinances are available by visiting the City Clerk's page on the City's Website at https://www.rva.gov/office-city-clerk. Candice D. Reid City Clerk

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