Hannah Palmer with the Aerotropolis CID will give a presentation regarding the Hapeville/AeroATL Greenway Plan and the next phase.
Ms. Smoak and Ms. Towne will discuss event details for the Spin the District Hapeville Criterium scheduled for Saturday, May 4, 2019 and will also talk about Speed Week which attracts cyclists from across the country in late April to compete in a series of races including the largest bike event in the state, the Athens Twilight Criterium. For a snapshot of last year's Speed Week, click here: https://fasturdaysracingalliance.com/journal/2018/5/10/usacrits-1-speedweek.
Andrew Haferkamp on behalf of The Hertz Corporation requests a conditional use permit to operate a rental car business located within the Atlanta Airport Hilton at 1031 Virginia Avenue, Parcel Identification Number 14 0127LL0828 . Hertz’s use of the property is limited to the use of counter space inside the hotel and 10 parking spaces for the purpose of car rental to hotel guests and the public. The property is zoned C-2, General Commercial.
The Planning Commission considered this item on December 11, 2018 and recommended the Mayor and Council grant the conditional use permit. Staff supported their recommendation.
After discussions with various Departments within the City, staff is recommending that the registration of non-conforming signs be struck from the Code. There is little to no benefit to the City for this registration given the other Code requirements.
The Planning Commission considered this item on January 15, 2019 and recommended the Mayor and Council approve the text amendment. Staff supported their recommendation.
In reviewing the U-V, Urban Village Zoning Ordinance, staff found a section of the code that is unclear. It appears to require all U-V developments provide a 15’ landscape buffer to an adjacent residential zone. U-V allows for single family dwellings. A 15’ landscape buffer is unnecessary and not required with other single-family zoning districts. The resulting requirement may alter the nature of contiguous single family dwellings developments.
Attached is a resolution for consideration and action recognizing the Hapeville Service League highlighting their dedication and commitment.
A discussion regarding the need for updated branding for the City of Hapeville, by way of the creation of a new logo. Such a process should be collaborative and inclusive of all stakeholders within our community. This discussion would propose that the ATL Airport District takes the lead on the design process, as this is already covered within our budget with the DMO.