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Planning Commission meets March 10. Here’s how to weigh in.

March 10, 2020 – Notices for Public Comment

The City and Borough of Juneau Planning Commission will hold a Committee of the Whole Meeting prior to the regularly scheduled Planning Commission Meeting, on March 10, 5pm in City Hall Assembly Chambers. The Committee of the Whole will review proposed regulations for two new zoning district, and the proposed Auke Bay rezone and overlay district. While members of the public are welcome to observe, this item is not up for public hearing during the March 10 meeting. The Planning Commission will be taking public testimony for this item at the Committee of the Whole meeting on March 24 at 5pm in City Hall Assembly Chambers.

The Planning Commission Meeting will occur March 10, 7 pm in City Hall Assembly Chambers to review a conditional use permit for an accessory apartment on an undersized lot, and an associated parking waiver. These items are up for public hearing.

The public is encouraged to submit written comments to pc_comments@juneau.org by 12 noon, March 6, or testify in person at the meeting.  For more information related to these agenda items click here. For more information on the item being discussed during the Committee of the Whole meeting click here.

A Conditional Use Permit for an accessory apartment on an undersized lot (USE2020 0002)

The applicant requests a Conditional Use Permit for the development of an accessory apartment on an undersized lot in the D5 zoning District. The subject parcel measures 775 square feet and is non-conforming for lot area. The structure on the subject parcel is nonconforming for setbacks; lot coverage; and parking.

Parking waiver for one parking space for an accessory apartment related to USE2020 0002 (PWP2020 0001)

The applicant requests a parking waiver for the one (1) required off-street parking space associated with the accessory apartment (PWP2020 0001). The subject parcel currently has no parking for the single-family dwelling. The applicant cannot physically accommodate parking on-site, due to the small size of the lot.