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Westminster City Code Chap 164 ARTICLE VI R-10,000 Residential Zone (§ 164-28 — § 164-33)

Westminster City Code Chap 164 ARTICLE VI R-10,000 Residential Zone (§ 164-28 — § 164-33)

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Westminster City Code Chap 164 ARTICLE VI R-10,000 Residential Zone (§ 164-28 — § 164-33)

http://www.scribd.com/doc/41615744/j-Chap-164-Art-6-28-R10000

This document delineates how Chap 164 of the current zoning code for R-10,000 of the Westminster City Code reads…

Ordinance 816 – Zoning Text Amend 10-3 to amend Westminster City Code Chap 164 (http://www.scribd.com/doc/41609339/Ordinance-816-%E2%80%93-Zoning-Text-Amend-10-3-to-amend-Westminster-City-Code-Chap-164) would amend the text of Chapter 164 of the Westminster City Code by adding a new article VIVD to create a “Neighborhood Preservation Overlay Zone.”

Section 164-45.25 introduces, “The Neighborhood Preservation Overlay Zone (NP Zone) is intended to provide for the preservation of the historic character and physical setting of the city’s traditional neighborhoods by promoting residential uses and directing more intense uses to other suitable locations.

“The Neighborhood Preservation Overlay Zone is a mapped zone which is superimposed over properties included in the R-7,500 residential zone and R-10,000 residential in certain traditional residential neighborhoods. Once properties are included in the Neighborhood Preservation Overlay Zone, any development or use of such properties are subject to its provisions.”

A public hearing notice document was placed on the city’s website, dated September 30, 2010 that indicated that the Westminster mayor and common council would hold a public hearing on November 8 on Zoning Text Amendment No. ZTA 10-3 which was subsequently introduced at the October 11 common council meeting as Ordinance 816. The Ordinance is sponsored by councilmembers Greg Pecoraro and Dr. Robert Wack.

20100930 Ord 816 ZTA10-3-NhborhoodPresOverlayZone

See also:

2008 Westminster Maryland Community Vision Survey http://www.westgov.com/citygov/CommunityVision.html http://www.scribd.com/doc/40463409/2008-Westminster-Maryland-Community-Vision-Survey

Westminster Planning and Zoning Public Hearing Notice for ZTA 10-3 and SMA 10-1 http://www.scribd.com/doc/40396022/Westminster-Planning-and-Zoning-Public-Hearing-Notice-for-ZTA-10-3-and-SMA-10-1

Westminster Planning and Zoning Commission agenda for Oct 14 2010 http://www.scribd.com/doc/40396820/Westminster-Planning-and-Zoning-Commission-agenda-for-Oct-14-2010

October 11, 2010 Westminster MD council meeting http://www.scribd.com/doc/40426182/October-11-2010-Westminster-MD-council-meeting

2009 City of Westminster zoning map
http://www.scribd.com/doc/40428551/2009-City-of-Westminster-zoning-map

Mayor and common council public hearing notice for Nov 8 2010 for proposed zoning changes http://www.scribd.com/doc/40431257/Mayor-and-common-council-public-hearing-notice-for-Nov-8-2010-for-proposed-zoning-changes

Links for the City of Westminster 2009 Comprehensive Plan, which was adopted on September 28, 2009. http://www.westgov.com/citygov/citygov_complan.html http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2010/10/city-of-westminster-2009-comprehensive.html http://www.scribd.com/doc/40464024/Links-for-the-City-of-Westminster-2009-Comprehensive-Plan

(a) 2008 Westminster Community Visions Survey

(b) 2009 Comprehensive Plan

(c) 2008 Community Vision Report

(d) Westminster Planning and Zoning Commission

(e) A public hearing notice was posted in the local newspaper of record

(f) October 14, 2010 agenda

(g) The October 11 common council meeting

Ordinance 816 – Zoning Text Amend 10-3 to amend Westminster City Code Chap 164

http://www.scribd.com/doc/41609339/Ordinance-816-%E2%80%93-Zoning-Text-Amend-10-3-to-amend-Westminster-City-Code-Chap-164

zoning, historic, preservation, Westminster, Maryland, Carroll County, planning and zoning commission, Willis Street, hearing, Ordinance, Chapter 164

Chap 164 Art 6 28 R10000 pdf sdosm

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Westminster City Code Chap 164 ARTICLE VI R-10,000 Residential Zone (§ 164-28 — § 164-33)

http://www.scribd.com/doc/41615744/j-Chap-164-Art-6-28-R10000

This document delineates how Chap 164 of the current zoning code for R-10,000 of the Westminster City Code reads…

Ordinance 816 – Zoning Text Amend 10-3 to amend Westminster City Code Chap 164 (http://www.scribd.com/doc/41609339/Ordinance-816-%E2%80%93-Zoning-Text-Amend-10-3-to-amend-Westminster-City-Code-Chap-164) would amend the text of Chapter 164 of the Westminster City Code by adding a new article VIVD to create a “Neighborhood Preservation Overlay Zone.”

Section 164-45.25 introduces, “The Neighborhood Preservation Overlay Zone (NP Zone) is intended to provide for the preservation of the historic character and physical setting of the city’s traditional neighborhoods by promoting residential uses and directing more intense uses to other suitable locations.

“The Neighborhood Preservation Overlay Zone is a mapped zone which is superimposed over properties included in the R-7,500 residential zone and R-10,000 residential in certain traditional residential neighborhoods. Once properties are included in the Neighborhood Preservation Overlay Zone, any development or use of such properties are subject to its provisions.”

A public hearing notice document was placed on the city’s website, dated September 30, 2010 that indicated that the Westminster mayor and common council would hold a public hearing on November 8 on Zoning Text Amendment No. ZTA 10-3 which was subsequently introduced at the October 11 common council meeting as Ordinance 816. The Ordinance is sponsored by councilmembers Greg Pecoraro and Dr. Robert Wack.

20100930 Ord 816 ZTA10-3-NhborhoodPresOverlayZone

See also:

2008 Westminster Maryland Community Vision Survey http://www.westgov.com/citygov/CommunityVision.html http://www.scribd.com/doc/40463409/2008-Westminster-Maryland-Community-Vision-Survey

Westminster Planning and Zoning Public Hearing Notice for ZTA 10-3 and SMA 10-1 http://www.scribd.com/doc/40396022/Westminster-Planning-and-Zoning-Public-Hearing-Notice-for-ZTA-10-3-and-SMA-10-1

Westminster Planning and Zoning Commission agenda for Oct 14 2010 http://www.scribd.com/doc/40396820/Westminster-Planning-and-Zoning-Commission-agenda-for-Oct-14-2010

October 11, 2010 Westminster MD council meeting http://www.scribd.com/doc/40426182/October-11-2010-Westminster-MD-council-meeting

2009 City of Westminster zoning map
http://www.scribd.com/doc/40428551/2009-City-of-Westminster-zoning-map

Mayor and common council public hearing notice for Nov 8 2010 for proposed zoning changes http://www.scribd.com/doc/40431257/Mayor-and-common-council-public-hearing-notice-for-Nov-8-2010-for-proposed-zoning-changes

Links for the City of Westminster 2009 Comprehensive Plan, which was adopted on September 28, 2009. http://www.westgov.com/citygov/citygov_complan.html http://kevindayhoff.blogspot.com/2010/10/city-of-westminster-2009-comprehensive.html http://www.scribd.com/doc/40464024/Links-for-the-City-of-Westminster-2009-Comprehensive-Plan

(a) 2008 Westminster Community Visions Survey

(b) 2009 Comprehensive Plan

(c) 2008 Community Vision Report

(d) Westminster Planning and Zoning Commission

(e) A public hearing notice was posted in the local newspaper of record

(f) October 14, 2010 agenda

(g) The October 11 common council meeting

Ordinance 816 – Zoning Text Amend 10-3 to amend Westminster City Code Chap 164

http://www.scribd.com/doc/41609339/Ordinance-816-%E2%80%93-Zoning-Text-Amend-10-3-to-amend-Westminster-City-Code-Chap-164

zoning, historic, preservation, Westminster, Maryland, Carroll County, planning and zoning commission, Willis Street, hearing, Ordinance, Chapter 164

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ARTICLE VI
R-10,000 Residential Zone (§ 164-28 — § 164-33)
§ 164-28
General provisions.
The following regulations shall apply in all R-10,000 Residential Zones.
§ 164-29
Uses permitted.
No building, structure or land shall be used and no building or structure shall hereafter be erected, structurally altered,enlarged or maintained, except for one or more of the following uses:A.Accessory uses and buildings customarily incidental to any permitted use in this section.B.Dwellings, single-family detached, including accessory buildings incidental to the permitted use.C.Agriculture and accessory buildings, provided that no building for housing animals or fowl, except household pets, shallbe erected nor any manure stored within 100 feet of any dwelling, and in no case in the front or side setbacks of adwelling or within 25 feet of the side lines of a lot, and provided further that no animals or fowl, except household pets,shall be permitted on a lot of less than two acres.D.Colleges and universities.E.Day-care facilities for not more than six children or elderly persons.
§ 164-30
Special exceptions.
[Amended 4-10-2000 by Ord. No. 650]The following uses may be permitted as special exceptions in accordance with the provisions of ArticleXXII:A.Boarding- (lodging) or rooming houses.B.Churches, convents, monasteries, parish houses and all other places of worship.C.Dwellings, single-family semidetached, provided that on parcels of land in excess of five acres no more than 20% of thenet buildable land area may be devoted to semidetached single-family dwellings.D.Home occupations.E.Hospitals and nursing and care homes.F.Off-street parking for churches, convents, monasteries, parish houses and all other places of worship.G.Schools, including nursery schools but not including colleges or universities, and day-care facilities for up to eightchildren or elderly persons.H.Social clubs, fraternal organizations and community meeting halls.I.Public buildings, structures and properties of the recreational, cultural, educational, institutional, administrative andpublic-service type, including fire, ambulance or rescue squad.
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