Applicants Exhibits #1 - #6
Planning & Community Development
Applicants Exhibits #1 - #6
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Planning and Zoning
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07/17/2009,14:24 FAX 4102508274 <br />SUNSATIONS OFFICE <br />ORDINANCE 2004 -1 <br />AN ORDINANCE of the Mayor and City Council of Ocean City, Maryland, <br />amending the Zoning District Map of the Town. of Ocean City, Maryland, changing the <br />Zoning classification of the property as hereinafter described and changing the uses <br />therein as hereinafter described. <br />'� v v , <br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ENACTED AND ORDAINED by the Mayor and City <br />Council of Ocean City, Maryland, that pursuant to Section 110 -143 of the Code of Ocean <br />City, Maryland and the Zoning District Map, said map hereby being incorporated by. <br />reference, be and the same hereby is, amended by rezoning as to use, height,, area and <br />regulation all those tracts or parcels of land within the corporate limits of the municipality <br />described as Parcels 7011 7012 7013 7014 and 7015 on Tax MV-1 10, in the Town of <br />Ocean City, Maryland, and being that portion of land within the aforesaid boundaries <br />presently shown on Sheet 4' of the Zoning District Map- The ne Ar zoning <br />design ation'shall now be "P" Planned Overlay District, provided, however, that all <br />property that is lying and being within the boundaries of the Planned Overlay District <br />shall be subject to the approved development plan as reviewed by the Planning <br />Commission and amended by the Mayor and City Council at its meeting of January 5, <br />2004, and subject to the following conditions and restrictions: <br />1. The developer shall work with the Ocean City Pedestrian Safety Committee and <br />the State Highway administration to maximize pedestrian safety. The developer shall <br />work with the State Highway Administration to fund any pedestrian safety <br />enhancements that axe identified. <br />2. The developer shall consult with the Maryland Coastal Bays Program, the <br />Maryland Department of the Environment, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers <br />regarding potential wetland enhancement <br />3. A shadow study shall be submitted to the Planning and Zoning Commission as <br />part of the site plan approval process. <br />W <br />
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