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File #: 22-0792   
Type: Public Hearing Quasi Judicial Status: Passed
In control: Board of County Commissioners
On agenda: 5/17/2022 Final action: 5/17/2022
Title: REQUEST FOR A ZONING DISTRICT CHANGE BY JEREMY AND KATHERINE OAKEY (O041-001)
Attachments: 1. 2022_0413_O041-001_STAFF_DRT_FINAL.pdf, 2. DRAFT_RESO_APPROVE.pdf, 3. 2022_0225_O041-001_APP.pdf, 4. FINANCIAL_DISCLOSURE.pdf, 5. 2022_0420_O041-001_LAD_Tearsheet.PDF, 6. Draft_Sample Letter_O041-001.pdf, 7. SURROUNDING_OWNERS_CERT.pdf, 8. SIGN_CERTIFICATION.pdf, 9. DRAFT_RESO_DENY.pdf, 10. Staff Presentation Oakey Rezoning BCC.pdf
PLACEMENT: Public Hearings - Quasi-Judicial
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REQUEST FOR A ZONING DISTRICT CHANGE BY JEREMY AND KATHERINE OAKEY (O041-001)
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
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This is a request by Jeremy and Katherine Oakey (O041-001) for a proposed amendment to the county zoning atlas. The proposed amendment is to change the existing zoning district classification from the WE-1, Waterfront Estate District to RE-1/2A, Residential Estate District, or the most appropriate zoning district. The approximate 1.23-acre parcel of land is located at 2865 SE Saint Lucie Boulevard in Stuart. Included with this application is a request for a Certificate of Public Facilities Exemption.
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DEPARTMENT: Growth Management
PREPARED BY: Name: Brian Elam
Title: Senior Planner
REQUESTED BY: Christen Spake, Esq. McCarthy, Summers, Wood, Norman, Melby & Schultz, P.A. (Agent)

PRESET:
PROCEDURES: Quasi-Judicial

BACKGROUND/RELATED STRATEGIC GOAL:

This is a request by Jeremy and Katherine Oakey (O041-001) for a proposed amendment to the county zoning atlas. The proposed amendment is to change the existing zoning district classification from the WE-1, Waterfront Estate District to RE-1/2A, Residential Estate District, or the most appropriate zoning district. The approximate 1.23-acre parcel of land is located at 2865 SE Saint Lucie Boulevard in Stuart. Included with this application is a request for a Certificate of Public Facilities Exemption (Section 5.32.B.3.f.(7), LDR).
The current zoning on the property is WE-1, Waterfront Estate District, which is a Category "B" district. The WE-1 zoning district is consistent with the future land use designation. Therefore, the request to rezone this property is considered non-mandatory.
There is one (1) standard Category "A" zoning district that is available to implement the Estate Density 2UPA land use policies of the CGMP, which is RE-1/2A, Residential Estate District. In addition to the standard zoning district, the ...

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