Planning Commission Agenda Items

Agenda Items for November Meeting

CBE-21-04 (Sterling Point) – Raffaele L. Allen requests a Chesapeake Bay Exception for a swimming pool within the Chesapeake Bay Resource Protection Area’s 100-foot buffer at 2440 Sterling Point Drive. The property is zoned General Residential, GR, and is further described as Tax Map 783, Parcel 39. The Build One Portsmouth Comprehensive Plan recommends low to medium single-family residential development for the property.

S-21-02 (Highland-Biltmore) – Thomas D. Ford and Theresa Cox-Ford requests the closure of a portion of an alleyway that will be evenly divided and maintained by all the adjoining property owners.  The closure area is adjacent to the applicant’s daycare center at 603 Hansen Avenue and abuts 200, 204 and 208 Truxton Avenue. The Future Land Use Map of the Build One Portsmouth Comprehensive Plan designates the property for Single Family Residential, Low to Medium Density. The property is right-of-way owned by the City of Portsmouth.

SNC-21-03 (Victory Village) – Heather Hardiman, Vice President for Administration and Chief Financial Officer of Tidewater Community College requests a permanent street name change for a quarter mile portion of Freedom Avenue between Victory Boulevard and the Freedom Avenue roundabout from its current designation to the name “TCC Drive” in recognition of the adjacent Tidewater Community College Portsmouth Campus. The Future Land Use Map of the Build One Portsmouth Comprehensive Plan designates the property as Transportation. The property is public right-of-way owned by the City of Portsmouth.

UP-21-17 (Prentis Place) – Lloyd Vaughn, Jr., with Jay Investment Corporation, requests a Use Permit for four (4) townhomes at 816 Randolph Street. The property is zoned Neighborhood Mixed Use, NMU, and is further described as Tax Map 55, Parcel 66. The parcel will be developed at a density of 12 units per acre. The Build One Portsmouth Comprehensive Plan recommends commercial development for the property.