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  1. Nantucket Planning Office2010 ATM Warrant Article Review March 20, 2010

  2. 2010 ATM Zoning Articles • 16 Articles • 12 sponsored by Planning Board • 11 Zoning Map Changes • 1 Zoning Bylaw amendment • 1 sponsored by HDC • Zoning Bylaw amendment • 3 citizen articles • Zoning Bylaw amendments

  3. Principles of Recent Zoning Bylaw Changes • To create a Zoning Bylaw that: • Is more “user friendly” • Is less ambiguous • Increases predictability in permitting • To implement the Town and Country Overlay District concepts • To update requirements and standards that are no longer relevant • Reflects the changing needs of Nantucket

  4. Principles of Recent Map Changes • Phase out of the RC-2 zoning district • Implementation of new districts • Matching the existing pattern of development with the zoning district • Placing preserved open space in the lowest density district • Implementation of Town and Country Overlay District Concept

  5. Article 43: Split Zoning District Corrections – Various Locations

  6. Article 43: Split Zoning District Corrections – Various Locations

  7. Article 43: Split Zoning District Corrections – Various Locations

  8. Article 43: Split Zoning District Corrections – Various Locations

  9. Article 44: Eel Point Road LUG-2 to LUG-3

  10. Article 45: Appleton Road RC-2 to VTEC

  11. Article 45: Appleton Road RC-2 to VTEC • Residentially developed • Located in COD • Surrounded by open space • VTEC would allow for significant ground cover expansion and limited commercial uses

  12. Article 46: Fairgrounds Road, Old South Road, and Tom’s Way RC-2 to CN and R-5

  13. Article 46: Fairgrounds Road RC-2 to CN and R-5 • TON owned land • CN portion programmed for government functions • R-5 portion programmed for housing

  14. Article 46: Old South Road RC-2 to CN • Contains mixed uses • Generally meets CN standards • Connects to other CN areas • Average lot size = 10,580 square feet • Average ground cover ratio = 22.1%

  15. Article 47: West Miacomet Road and Somerset Road RC-2 to R-10

  16. Article 47: West Miacomet Road and Somerset Road RC-2 to R-10 • Residential in character • Adjacent to R-10 district • Generally meets R-10 standards • Average lot size = 29,620 square feet • Average ground cover ratio = 8.2%

  17. Article 48: Miacomet Golf Club RC-2 to CN and LUG-3 COD to TOD

  18. Article 49: South Pasture LUG-3 to CI and COD to TOD

  19. Surfside Area Plan Articles 50 and 51 • Recommended by the Surfside Area Plan, which was adopted by the NP&EDC in 2009 • Surveys mailed to affected property owners • West: 15 surveys mailed • 11 Yes 0 No • South: 25 surveys mailed • 17 Yes 2 No 2 Returned Unopened

  20. Article 50: Surfside Area Plan – Surfside West LUG-2 to LUG-1 and R-40

  21. Article 50: Surfside Area Plan – Surfside West LUG-2 to LUG-1 and R-40 • Character of area is consistent with reduced lot sizes • R-40 portion in TOD • LUG-1 portion in COD • Potential for 5 new lots • Ground cover expansion possible on all lots

  22. Article 50: Surfside Area Plan – Surfside West LUG-2 to LUG-1 and R-40 • LUG-2 to LUG-1 • Average lot size = 80,585 square feet • Average ground cover ratio = 3.1% • LUG-2 to R-40 • Average lot size = 43,124 square feet • Average ground cover ratio = 4.4%

  23. Article 51: Surfside Area Plan – Surfside South LUG-2 to LUG-1

  24. Article 51: Surfside Area Plan – Surfside South LUG-2 to LUG-1 • LUG-1 will provide transition from R-20 to LUG-2 district • Adjacent to LUG-1 district • Potential for 5-6 new lots (with Title IV restrictions on bedrooms) • Ground cover expansion for most lots • Average lot size = 46,700 square feet • Average ground cover ratio = 6.2%

  25. Article 51: Surfside Area Plan – Surfside South LUG-2 to LUG-1 • Adjacent to LUG-1 district • Will correct zoning non-conformities • Will allow the TON to create one additional lot • Median lot size = 56,628 square feet • Median ground cover ratio = 1.9%

  26. Article 52: Somerset Road and Somerset Lane LUG-2 to R-40 and TOD to COD

  27. Article 52: Somerset Road and Somerset Lane LUG-2 to R-40 and TOD to COD • Located in TOD • Adjacent to R-20, R-10, CN, and RC-2 districts • Ground cover expansion possible • Lot division potential through ANR • Average lot size = 83,852 square feet • Average ground cover ratio = 3.8%

  28. Article 53: Monomoy LUG-1 to VR

  29. Article 53: Monomoy LUG-1 to VR • Will correct non-conformities • Located in COD • Adjacent to VR district • Potential for 1 new lot • Ground cover expansion possible • Average lot size = 31,014 square feet • Average ground cover ratio = 8.5%

  30. Article 54: Intensity Regulations – R-5 • Amends side yard setback for the R-5 district only • Side yard setback of 10’ on one side can be reduced if: • A secondary dwelling or accessory structure is located within 20 feet of the rear property line. This option would only apply to the secondary dwelling or accessory structure; or • Where a common driveway easement of at least 10 feet provides access to 2 or more lots

  31. Article 55: Intensity Regulations – Swimming Pools • Planning Board issued a NEGATIVE recommendation • Bylaw change requested by the HDC • Intent is to apply a side and rear yard setback of 20 feet for swimming pools • Relief from the setback requirement would require the issuance of a variance

  32. Article 56: Secondary Dwellings Citizen Article • Planning Board issued a POSITIVE recommendation • Intent is to reduce the scalar separation requirement between the primary and secondary dwelling from 12 feet to 10 feet • Amends definition of breezeway to reduce required length from 12 feet to 10 feet

  33. Articles 57 and 58: Open Space Requirements for MRD and Cluster Subdivisions Citizen Article • Planning Board issued a NEGATIVE recommendation • Intent is to redefine the open space requirement for MRD and Cluster subdivisions • Includes 2 amendments: • Adding a minimum upland requirement • Adding a standard of review for the open space parcel

  34. Real Estate Articles • 22 Articles sponsored by the BOS including: • Paper street removal • Pedestrian access acquisition • Yard sale parcels • Affordable housing sites • Utility easements • Long-term leases

  35. Articles 72 and 73: Pine Street - Siasconset

  36. Articles 74 and 75: Siasconset Bluffwalk

  37. Articles 76 and 77: Surfside Paper Streets (map needs to be updated)

  38. Articles 78 and 79: Surfside Paper Streets

  39. Articles 80 and 81: Various Yard Sale Parcels - Cisco

  40. Articles 80 and 81: Various Yard Sale Parcels - Surfside

  41. Articles 80 and 81: Various Yard Sale Parcels – Milestone Road

  42. Article 82: West Dover Street

  43. Article 83: Miller Way, former Nonantum parcel, and West Tristram Avenue

  44. Article 83: Miller Way, former Nonantum parcel, and West Tristram Avenue

  45. Article 83: Miller Way, former Nonantum parcel, and West Tristram Avenue

  46. Articles 84 and 85: Gardner Road

  47. Article 86: 42R Sparks Avenue a/k/a Cow Pond Road (Lane)

  48. Article 87: Low Beach Road, Monohansett Road, Arkansas Avenue, and Nobadeer Avenue

  49. Article 87: Low Beach Road, Monohansett Road, Arkansas Avenue, and Nobadeer Avenue

  50. Article 87: Low Beach Road, Monohansett Road, Arkansas Avenue, and Nobadeer Avenue