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 Friday, May 6, 2016                                   DRAFT                 Room 514, Cleveland City Hall, 9:00am

                                                                                                      

           

CONSOLIDATIONS/LOT SPLITS

1.      For PPN# 004-03-092

Project Location: Corner of West 19th Street and Freeman Avenue

Presenter: Mark Ebner, Property Owner

 

2.      For PPNs# 004-12-082 & -081

Project Location: 2232 & 2240 West 11th Street

Presenter: Dave Territo, Sutton Development Group

 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT IN A PEDESTRIAN RETAIL OVERLAY DISTRICT

1.      Conditional Use Permit needed for the following in a Pedestrian Retail Space:

 

§ 343.23(2) Conditional Uses

C.         Residential, institutional and non-retail office uses, except that ground-floor entrances and lobbies serving such uses located on upper floors or in a

 basement level shall be permitted without the requirement for conditional approval; and

E.         Any use with more than forty (40) feet of frontage along the Pedestrian Retail Street Frontage.

 

Project Address: 4005 Detroit Avenue

Presenter: Trevor Hunt, Staff Planner

 

MANDATORY REFERRALS

1.      Ordinance No. 295-16(Ward 15/Councilmember Zone): To levy special assessments to relay and repair sidewalks, (including adjustments of castings, if necessary) encroaching upon the public right-of-way on Clifton Boulevard from West 115th Street to Lake Avenue.

 

2.      Ordinance No. 429-16(Ward 15/Councilmember Zone): Authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to issue a permit to Battery Park Development, LLC to encroach into the public right-of-way of West 73rd Street by installing, using, and maintaining a building foundation.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE APPROVALS

1.      Ordinance No. 365-16(Citywide): Authorizing the Directors of City Planning and Capital Projects to apply for and accept grants from the Ohio Department of Transportation for the Safe Routes to School Program; and determining the method of making the public improvement of constructing infrastructure improvements; authorizing the appropriate director to enter into one or more public improvement contracts and professional service contracts; and authorizing contracts and agreements with the State of Ohio, Cleveland Metropolitan School District, and other entities needed to implement the grant; and to apply for and accept grants or gifts from any public or private entity to implement this ordinance.

 

2.      Ordinance No. 430-16(Ward 3/Councilmember McCormack): To appropriate property for the public purpose of constructing and maintaining a sewer along Scranton Road for the Scranton/Carter Road Rehabilitation project.

 

3.      Ordinance No. 465-16(Ward 3/Councilmember McCormack): Authorizing the Director of Port Control to enter into one or more agreements with Cumberland Lakefront, LLC to provide financial assistance to partially finance the cost of the improving the restroom and volleyball courts at Voinovich Park.

 

4.      Resolution No. 467-16(Ward 3/Councilmember McCormack): Approving the continuation and expansion of the Ohio City – Cleveland Business Improvement District as a Special Improvement District in the City; accepting petitions from owners of property in the District; approving an amendment to the Articles of Incorporation of the Market District Improvement Corporation; approving a new plan for public services; declaring it necessary to provide safety, cleaning, and other services for the District; and providing for the assessment of the cost of such work upon benefited property in the District; and declaring an emergency. 

 

5.      Ordinance No. 477-16(Ward 7/Councilmember Dow): Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into a Purchase Agreement and/or Option to Purchase Agreement with Health Tech Hospitality, LLC, or its designee, relating to the future development of City-owned property located at 6975 Euclid Avenue; and authorizing the Commissioner of Purchases and Supplies to convey the properties, which are no longer needed for the City’s public use.

 

 

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS

1.      County Bike Share Program

Presenters: Mike Foley, Director, Department of Sustainability, Cuyahoga County

                      Jacob VanSickle, Bike Cleveland

                      Marty Cader, Staff Planner

 

2.      North Coast Harbor Pedestrian Lift Bridge Design

Presenter: Rick Switalski, City of Cleveland

 

3.      Safe Routes to School

Presenters: Fred Collier, Director, Cleveland City Planning

                      Marka Fields, Staff Planner

 

SOUTHEAST DESIGN REVIEW

1.      SE2016-001 – Sunbeam K-8 School New Construction: Seeking Schematic Design Approval

Project Address: 11731 Mt. Overlook

Project Representative: Justin Fliegel, Van Auken Akins Architects

 

EAST DESIGN REVIEW

1.      EAST2016-003 – Fullerton PK-8 School New Construction: Seeking Conceptual Approval

Project Address: 3901 East 74th Street

Project Representative: Michael Herpy, TDA Architecture

 

NORTHEAST DESIGN REVIEW

1.      NE2016-009 – OH Perry Elementary School New Construction: Seeking Conceptual Approval

Project Address: 18400 Schenely Avenue

Project Representative: Patty Chobi, Cobalt Group

 

2.      NE2016-005 – Collinwood Juice Company New Construction: Seeking Final Approval

Project Address: 15741 Mandalay Avenue

Project Representatives: Carl Cocita, Collinwood Juice

                                              Terry Valencic, RDG

 

 

 

DOWNTOWN/FLATS DESIGN REVIEW

1.      DF2016-045 – Proposed Demolition of a One-Story Garage for a Surface Parking Lot for Company Vehicles: Seeking Final Approval

Project Address: 1635 Merwin Avenue

Project Representative: David Harala, DHA Architects

 

2.      DF2016-043 – Sherwin-Williams Building Banner: Seeking Final Approval

Project Address: 101 Prospect Avenue

Project Representatives: Wayne Boydstun, Fusion Imaging

                                              Ellen Moreau, Sherwin-Williams

                                              Mike Johnson, All Phase Remodeling & Mechanicals

 

3.      DF2015-044 – North Coast Harbor Site ‘A’ Signage: Seeking Final Approval

Project Location: East 9th Street at Voinovich Park

Project Representatives: Gary Ogrocki, Dimit Architects

                                             Matt Plecnik, Dimit Architects

                                             Richard Pace, Cumberland Development

 

4.      DF2016-005 – CNN Branding & Signage – RNC: Seeking Final Approval

Project Addresses: 189 High Street and 310 Prospect Avenue

Project Representative: Chris Maduri, X-Factor Media

 

5.      DF2016-044 – Fox Sports Changeable Copy Sign: Seeking Final Approval

Project Address: 200 Public Square

Project Representative: Jason Green, Adam Signs

 

EUCLID CORRIDOR DESIGN REVIEW NEW MEMBER NOMINATION

1.      Jason Minter, Burton Bell Carr Development

 

2.      Erick Rodriguez, Burton Bell Carr Development/Detroit Shoreway CDO

 

DIRECTOR’S REPORT:

     Freddy L. Collier Jr., Planning Director

 

 

riday, March 4, 2016                            DRAFT                 Room 514, Cleveland City Hall, 9:00am

                                                                                                      

           

SPECIAL INTRODUCTIONS

1.      Welcoming Fred Geis to the Planning Commission

 

ZONING MAP AMENDMENTS

1.      Ordinance No. 254-16(Ward 3/Councilmember Cimperman): Establishing a mapped setback along the north and south sides of West 6th Street between University Road and Marquardt Avenue.

 

CONSOLIDATIONS/LOT SPLITS

1.      For PPNs# 003-25-011 & 003-25-012

Location: 4005-4007 Detroit Avenue

Project Representative: Westleigh Harper, Horton Harper Architects

 

MANDATORY REFERRALS

1.      Ordinance No. 259-16(Ward 15/Councilmember Zone): Authorizing the Director of Community Development to enter into an agreement with the Board of Park Commissioners of the Cleveland Metropolitan Park District to allow improvements to the former U.S. Coast Guard Station and to accept the improvements as a gift to the City; and authorizing the director to enter into a property adoption agreement with the Park District to maintain the improvements.  

 

ADMINISTRATIVE APPROVALS

1.      Resolution No. 158-16(Ward 3/Councilperson Cimperman): Declaring the intent to vacate a portion of Broome Court N.W.

 

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS

1.      Public Art Recommendation of Public Art Committee

Project Location: Pearl Road Streetscape

Presenter: Vince Reddy, LAND Studio

 

2.      Cleveland Tree Plan

Presenter: Jenita McGowan, City of Cleveland

 

EAST DESIGN REVIEW

1.      EAST2016-004 – Proposed Demolition of a 2-Story Mixed-Use Commercial Building: Seeking Final Approval

Project Address: 5909 Fleet Avenue

Project Representative: Marilyn Mosinski, Slavic Village Development

 

2.      EAST2015-021 – Proposed Demolition of a 1-Story Commercial Building: Seeking Final Approval

Project Address: 6402 Lansing Avenue

Project Representative: Marilyn Mosinski, Slavic Village Development

 

DOWNTOWN/FLATS DESIGN REVIEW

1.      DF2016-016 – Rock and Roll Hall of Fame – Phase 1A Interior and Plaza Alteration

Project Address: 1100 Rock and Roll Boulevard

Project Representatives: Joshua Haney, Westlake Reed Leskosky

                                              Greg Harris, Rock Hall

 

DIRECTOR’S REPORT:

     Freddy L. Collier Jr., Planning Director

1.      Upcoming Presentations/Discussions

·         Strategic Plan

·         Connecting Cleveland Update

·         Design Review

·         Smart Cities Grant

 

 

 Friday, February 19, 2016                            DRAFT               Room 514, Cleveland City Hall, 9:00am

                                                                                                      

           

CONSOLIDATIONS/LOT SPLITS

1.      For PPN #002-34-003

Project Address: 1961 & 1973 West 52nd Street

Presenter: Carmen Gonzales, Cleveland Bricks

 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT IN A PEDESTRIAN RETAIL OVERLAY DISTRICT

1.                  Conditional Use Permit needed for the following in a Pedestrian Retail Space:

A.        Off-street parking or loading areas; 

B.         Driveways extending across a public sidewalk;

                               C.     Residential, institutional and non-retail office uses, except that ground-floor entrances and lobbies serving such uses located on upper floors or in a basement level shall be permitted without the requirement for conditional approval; and

                               E.    Any use with more than forty (40) feet of frontage along the Pedestrian Retail Street Frontage.

Project Address: 3256 West 25th Street

Project Representative: Greg Baron, Detroit Shoreway CDO

 

MANDATORY REFERRALS

1.      Ordinance No. 39-16(Citywide): Extending the moratorium on the review and issuance of land filling permits in the City of Cleveland unless authorization is given by Council.

 

2.      Ordinance No. 117-16(Ward 10/Councilmember J. Johnson): Authorizing the Commissioner of Purchases and Supplies to purchase property from Octavia Land Company for the expansion of the Collinwood Athletic Complex for the Department of Public Works.

 

3.      Resolution No. 78-16(Ward 3/Councilmember Cimperman): Declaring the necessity and intention to appropriate an easement for public use in connection with the Scranton/Carter Road Rehabilitation Project.

 

4.      Ordinance No. 149-16(Beachwood, Highland Hills, Orange, and Warrensville Heights, OH): Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into an amendment to the Master Development Agreement with Chagrin Highlands, Ltd., City Contract No. 40622, to change certain terms of the agreement.

5.      Ordinance No. 155-16(Highland Hills, OH): Designating certain property owned by the City of Cleveland in Chagrin Highlands in the Village of Highland Hills as a municipal utility district and authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into a Municipal Utility District Agreement with the Village of Highland Hills for improvement of said property and sharing of income tax proceeds resulting from the development of the property.

 

6.      Ordinance No. xxx-16(Citywide): Establishing the Urban Core Overlay District.

Note: this legislation was Tabled by the Planning Commission on February 5, 2016.

 

7.      Ordinance No. xxx-16(Ward 3/Councilmember Cimperman): Establishing an Urban Core Overlay on certain parcels in the Historic Warehouse District.

Note: this legislation was Tabled by the Planning Commission on February 5, 2016.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE APPROVALS

1.      Ordinance No. 116-16(Ward 3/Councilmember Cimperman): Authorizing the Commissioner of Purchases and Supplies to sell City-owned property no longer needed for public use located along Carter Road to Lake Link LLC, for purposes of implementing the City’s Scranton-Carter Rehabilitation Project.

 

2.      Ordinance No. 153-16(Ward 3/Councilmember Cimperman): Authorizing the Director of Public Works to renew its Lease By Way of Concession with the Board of Trustees of the Cleveland Public Library for the Eastman Reading Garden in Eastman Park to March 1, 2048.

 

3.      Ordinance No. 154-16(Ward 9/Councilmember Conwell): Authorizing the Director of Public Works to execute a deed of easement granting to East Ohio Gas Company, dba Dominion East Ohio certain easement rights in property located along Wade Oval Drive, and declaring that the easement rights granted are not needed for the City’s public use.

 

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS

1.      Master Plan Review for Development in Historic Warehouse District

Presenter: Anthony Coyne, Esq.

 

SOUTHEAST DESIGN REVIEW

1.      SE2016-003 – Proposed Demolition of a 1-Story Commercial Building: Seeking Final Approval

Project Address: 11923 Miles Avenue

Project Representative: Wilmer Hicks, Property Owner

 

EUCLID CORRIDOR DESIGN REVIEW

1.      EC2016-005 – Proposed Demolition of a 2 ½-Story Residential Structure: Seeking Final Approval

Project Address: 2069 East 69th Street

Project Representative: Ayonna Donald, City of Cleveland

 

2.      EC2015-041 – Proposed Demolition of a 4-Story Office Building: Seeking Final Approval

Project Address: 10605 Chester Avenue

Project Representative: Zac Ponsky, Midwest Development Partners

 

3.      EC2015-029 – Innova Phase II New Construction: Seeking Final Approval

Project Address: 10001 Chester Avenue

Project Representatives: Mark Dodds, Finch Group

                                             Vince Leskosky, Westlake Reed Leskosky

                                             Michael Fant, Westlake Reed Leskosky

 

4.      EC2016-006 – Innova Hotel New Construction: Seeking Final Approval

Project Location: Chester Avenue and E. 101st Street

Project Representatives: Alex DelMonte, DelMonte Hotel Group

                                             Chris Meyers, Meyers + Associates Architecture

                                             Shawn Conyers, Meyers + Associates Architecture

 

DOWNTOWN/FLATS DESIGN REVIEW

1.      DF2016-013 – Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse Signage: Seeking Final Approval

Project Address: 200 Public Square

Project Representative: James Vacey, Signature Sign

 

2.   DF2016-014 – Superior Viaduct Building New Construction: Seeking Conceptual Approval

Project Address: 2208-2210 Superior Viaduct

Project Representative: Don Rerko, City Architecture

 

EAST DESIGN REVIEW NEW MEMBER NOMINATIONS

1.      Alex Pesta, City Architecture

 

DOWNTOWN/FLATS DESIGN REVIEW NEW MEMBER NOMINATIONS

1.      Krysta Pesarchick, City Architecture

 

2.       Greg Soltis, RDL Architects

 

DIRECTOR’S REPORT:

     Freddy L. Collier Jr., Planning Director

 

 

 

Friday, December 4, 2015                          DRAFT                 Room 514, Cleveland City Hall, 9:00am

                                                                                                      

           

LOT SPLITS/CONSOLIDATIONS

1.      Consolidation and Lot Split for PPNs 002-28-102 & 002-28-031

Project Location: West 58th and Pear Avenue

Project Representative: Adam Davenport, Detroit-Shoreway CDO

 

ADMINISTRATIVE APPROVALS

1.      Ordinance No. 1355-15(Ward 3/Councilmember Cimperman): Authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to issue a permit to the County of Cuyahoga , Ohio to encroach into the public right-of-way of Ontario Street by installing, using, and maintaining the following, including but not limited to, frost free slabs and door swings, foundation footings, metal cornice overhang, directional monument signs, snow melt system at entrance, bike racks and canopy overhang.

 

2.      Ordinance No. 1356-15(Ward 6/Councilmember Mitchell): Authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to issue a permit to One UC Partners, LLC, or its designee, to encroach into and above the public rights-of-way of University Circle, Euclid Avenue, Stearns Road and Deering Avenue by installing, using, and maintaining building, roadway and streetscape improvements as part of the One University Circle Luxury Apartments Project.

 

3.   Ordinance No. 1361-15(Ward 3/Councilmember Cimperman): To vacate a portion of East 4th Street and of East 6th Street.

 

4.   Ordinance No. 1362-15(Ward 3/Councilmember Cimperman): To vacate a portion of Eugene Place, N.W.

 

5.   Ordinance No. 1363-15(Ward 3/Councilmember Cimperman): To vacate a portion of Leonard Street.

 

6.   Ordinance No. 1364-15(Ward 3/Councilmember Cimperman): To vacate a portion of West 24th Street.

 

7.   Ordinance No. 1438-15(Ward x/Councilmember TBD): Authorizing the Director of Public Works to execute a deed of easement and various temporary deeds of easement granting to Cuyahoga County certain easement rights in property located in Rockefeller Park and declaring the easement rights not needed for the City’s public use.

 

8.   Ordinance No. 1441-15(Ward 3/Councilmember Cimperman): Authorizing the Director of Economic Development to enter into a Purchase Agreement and/or Option to Purchase Agreement with Empire Paving, Inc., or its designee, relating to the sale, remediation, and development of City-owned property located at 2910 West 3rd Street; and authorizing the Commissioner of Purchases and Supplies to convey the properties, which are no longer needed for the City’s public use.

 

9.      Ordinance No. 1446-15(Ward 1/Councilmember Pruitt): Agreeing to the adjustment of the municipal boundary line between the City of Cleveland and the City of Shaker Heights in accordance with Section 709.37 of the Revised Code; and authorizing the Mayor to enter into a tax-sharing agreement with the City of Shaker Heights for the purpose of sharing in tax revenues generated in the Redevelopment Area located in and around Van Aken Boulevard, Sutton Road, and Milverton Road for the purpose of facilitating development associated with the proposed construction of townhouses in that area, in accordance with Section 9.482 of the Revised Code.

 

10.  Ordinance No. 1447-15(Ward 17/Councilmember Keane): Approving the report of the Assessment Equalization Board on objections concerning estimated assessments with respect to the formation of the Cleveland Kamm’s Area Special Improvement District and the initial comprehensive services plan for public services and collective marketing for the District; determining to proceed with the plan to provide public services within the District; adopting the assessments; levying the assessments; and authorizing the Director of City Planning to enter into an agreement with the Cleveland Kamm’s Area Special Improvement District Corporation.

 

11.  Ordinance No. 1448-15(Ward 5/Councilmember Cleveland; Ward 7/Councilmember Dow): Giving consent of the City of Cleveland to the Director of Transportation of the State of Ohio for improving East 55th Street from Broadway Avenue to Superior Avenue; to apply for and accept and gifts or grants from any public or private entity; authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to enter into any relative agreements; and causing payment of the City’s share to the State for the cost of the improvement.

 

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS

1.   Moving Greater University Circle TLCI Plan

Presenters: Chris Ronayne, University Circle Inc.

                      Chris Bogorno, University Circle Inc.

 

EAST DESIGN REVIEW

1.   EAST2015-014 – Proposed Demolition of a 2-Story Residential Structure: Seeking Final Approval

Project Address: 6517 Osmond Court

Project Representative: Marilyn Mosinski, Slavic Village Development

 

2.   EAST2015-023 – Proposed Demolition of a 2-Story Residential Structure: Seeking Final Approval

Project Address: 8124 Booth Avenue

Project Representative: Marilyn Mosinski, Slavic Village Development

 

3.   EAST2015-024 – Proposed Demolition of a 2 ½-Story Residential Structure: Seeking Final Approval

Project Address: 6415 Heisley Avenue

Project Representative: Marilyn Mosinski, Slavic Village Development

 

DOWNTOWN/FLATS DESIGN REVIEW

1.      DF2015-107 – Proposed Demolition of a Former Industrial Power Plant: Seeking Final Approval

Project Address: 6800 South Marginal Road

Project Representatives: Leo Slansky, Independence Excavating

                                             John Estremera, FirstEnergy

 

2.      DF2015-106 – AECOM Building Proposed Signage: Seeking Final Approval

Project Address: 1300 East 9th Street

Project Representative: Bruce Farkas, Signature Sign

 

3.      DF2015-105 – Rock Box Art Installation

Project Location: East 9th Street Corridor

Project Representatives: Sarah Siebert, LAND Studio

                                              Tiffany Graham, LAND Studio

 

DIRECTOR’S REPORT:

     Freddy L. Collier Jr., Planning Director