In attendance: Chuck Anderson, Bob Bajandas, Lira Johnson, Mary Martin, Stephen Peterson, Leah Stewart
Absent: Ken Maguire
General discussion was held on the short term rental ordinance. No action taken.
Will continue to monitor
General discussion on changes to commercial uses within TNZD. No action taken.
Will continue to monitor.
The realtor letter was discussed. Have asked Eric Cowley to check into.
1025 South 2nd Street - it has been stated that this property will become a rehab center. Bob Bajandas will discuss this use with Brian Mawbry as there are many questions about it being allowed in the TNZD. Bob will report at next ZALU meeting.
ZALU Meeting 03/09/2016 @ 7:00 PM Members in attendance
Absent Stephen Peterson Leah Stewart
Meeting called to order @ 7:10 PM
February 2016 Minutes Approved with changes
LG&E Building Rehabilitation (Status Update):
See email from Bill Weyland to Bajandas No issues with opening of cap
Liquor License Applications: Should ZALU pursue Liquor Licensing issues, Anderson to send out ZALU Charter
TNZD (Status Update): Brian Mabry sent out changes
New Business: Two instances of residences currently advertised as “home for rent” while being used as multi- family. Are non-conforming rights negated by advertising as prior mentioned? Can a property transfer back to non-conforming multifamily use? Approximately 1600 Block of S 4th Street and a duplex on approximate 1700 block of S 2nd Street. Check Anderson to request clarification to Steve Hendricks —Mary Martin to supply Chuck Anderson with specific information on the situations.
Mary Martin (Absent)
Lira Johnson (Absent)
Old Louisville Zoning and Land Use [ZALU] committee
February 10, 2016
Meeting called to order @ 7:01 PM
January 2016 Minutes Approved
Engineer to be contacted & Open Records Requested from KY to discover reasoning be hind fresh topsoil and concrete demo
1608 S 2ND Street
Large gravel which has deemed as a non-conforming use. To be reported to 311
New Development Company
Student Housing on Hill between 2nd and 3rd
Low Income Tax Credit Development may have approximately 20 years remaining prior to tax credit expiration. University students are specifically exempted from applying for these properties.
Eric Cowley set up auto notification to David Williams’ email to notify all new listings in Old Louisville to send out realtor letters.