MEETING AGENDAS and SCHEDULES















 

*AMENDED*

TULSA METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COMMISSION
Meeting No. 2786
January 16, 2019, 1:30 PM
175 East 2nd Street, 2nd Level, One Technology Center
Tulsa City Council Chamber

 

Complete Agenda Packet
CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND/OR TAKE ACTION ON:
Call to Order:

REPORTS:

Chairman's Report:
Work session Report:
Director's Report: 

  1. Minutes of January 2, 2019, Meeting No. 2785 Exhibit

CONSENT AGENDA:
All matters under "Consent" are considered by the Planning Commission to be routine and will be enacted by one motion.  Any Planning Commission member may, however, remove an item by request.

 

  1. PUD-761-B-1 Lou Reynolds (CD 9) Location: Southeast corner of East 41st Street South and South Harvard Avenue requesting a PUD Minor Amendment to allow 24-hour access to studio space Exhibit

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS:

 

  1. MR-2, The Summit at Tulsa Hills (CD 2) Modification to Subdivision and Development Regulations to remove sidewalk requirement along Union Avenue, Location: South of the southeast corner of West 71st Street South and South Union Avenue (Continued from December 19, 2018) Exhibit

  2. Z-7466 Lou Reynolds(CD 1) Location: South and West of the southwest corner of East 36th Street North and North Yale Avenue requesting rezoning from IL and AG to IH (Continued from January 2, 2019)  Exhibit

  3. PUD-479-A BJ’s Restaurant, INC. (CD 7) Location: East of the northeast corner of East 71st Street South and South Memorial Drive requesting a PUD Major Amendment to increase the allowable floor area Exhibit

  4. PUD-694-C JR Donelson (CD 2) Location: Northeast corner of West 91st Street South and South Union Avenue requesting a PUD Major Amendment to permit a Self-Service Storage Facility as an allowable use. Exhibit

  5. CPA-78 consider adoption of Crosbie Heights Small Area Plan as an amendment to the Tulsa Comprehensive Plan. Exhibit

Other Business

  1. Adopt a resolution of the Tulsa Metropolitan Area Planning Commission determining that the Unity Heritage/Greenwood Neighborhoods Plan Amendment is in conformance with the Tulsa Comprehensive Plan and providing a recommendation to City Council. Exhibit

  2. Adopt a resolution of the Tulsa Metropolitan Area Planning Commission determining that the Crosbie Heights Sector Plan is in conformance with the Tulsa Comprehensive Plan and providing a recommendation to City Council. Exhibit

  3. Consider a motion and vote to enter Executive Session pursuant to Title 25 O.S. Section 307(B)(4) to discuss pending litigation in case of Wilson et al v. TMAPC et al, Tulsa County District Court Case No. CV-2019-00013, for the purpose of allowing confidential communications between a public body and its attorney concerning a pending claim, investigation, or litigation.

  4. Leave Executive Session on discussion of pending litigation in case Wilson et al v. TMAPC et al, Tulsa County District Court Case No. CV-2019-00013 for the purpose of taking any appropriate related actions.

  5. Commissioners' Comments

ADJOURN

CD = Council District

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