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Tuesday December 1, 2020 the Zoning Committee of the CSSAC will meet and vote on 280 E.Whittier A link will be added when available.This will be a meeting to address any outstanding issues and move the matter to the full Commission for a Special Meeting Vote Tentative 12/8/2020
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UPDATED SITE 11/06/2020 ELEVATIONShttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1A00GhVejfU6WWJUVvvd0XkR41gGuspJI/view?usp=sharing
SEE THE REVISED 10/31/2020
280 East Whittier Street
Summary of revised Pizzuti proposal. New Pizzuti proposal: 279 units- reduced from 331. This is made up of 50% one bedroom, 35% studio and 15% two bedrooms. 228 structured stalls (which means parking spots) 180 below level and 58 at grade level. 17 additional on street parking spaces due to allowing parking on the east side of Jaeger. 9,462 sf of retail space – increased from 8,000 sf. This is not confirmed and is subject to reduction. 38 feet tall on Kossuth and 49 feet tall on Whittier and 62 feet tall inside the corridor at Jaeger and Lansing. Prior to this change the entire project was 62 feet tall. On Kossuth the height will be 3.5 stories and on Whittier will be 4.5 stories. There “might be” trees on the streets, flowers, planters, brick sidewalks, bike storage and a bike shop. Parking and traffic studies completed by the city and awaiting review by city staff. No commitment to affordable housing.
This is the Schumcaher Place Civic Association letter to CSSAC 10/25/2020 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PLoVIKdVEclzzUUY3YOI_SCVmbeoq0J-/view?usp=sharing
If you oppose the plan, please email the CSSAC members and express your concerns: View Post
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Ultimately Columbus City Council will decide. Here are their addresses:
Columbus City Council Member Mitchell Brown 90 West Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 645-7380 email@example.com
Columbus City Council Member Shannon Hardin 90 West Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 645-7380 firstname.lastname@example.org
Columbus City Council Member Elizabeth Brown 90 West Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 645-7163 email@example.com
Columbus City Council Member Emmanuel Remy 90 West Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 645-3559 firstname.lastname@example.org
Columbus City Council Member Shayla Favor 90 West Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 645-5524 email@example.com
Columbus City Council Member Priscilla Tyson 90 West Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 645-7380 firstname.lastname@example.org
Columbus City Council Member Rob Dorans 90 West Broad Street Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 645-8201 email@example.com
280 East Whittier
Voting is in. Thank you to all.
(Z20-061 AND CV20-066)
SCHUMACHER PLACE VOTERS….. 405 RESIDENTS CAST THEIR OPINION
TOTAL VERIFIED TURN OUT
1) VOTE: The proposed Rezoning Application, Z20-061
FOR: 15 (3.7%) AGAINST: 390 (96.3%)
2) VOTE: The proposed Council Variance Application, CV20-066
FOR: 17 (4.2%) AGAINST: 385 (95.8%)
CSSAC ZONING COMMITTEE HAS TABLED 280 EAST WHITTIER STREET
(I have just been updated from Zoning Chairperson of CSSAC and I want to be transparent with the community.)
“For the 280 Project, I will be calling a Special Meeting to discuss and see if the applicant has a better solution to the proposal at hand, they came with Different Drawings at your Civic Meeting, and have shown a desire to work more of a compromise on the project. Addendum B of the By Laws of the Commission gives me that option in Section 5, with 7 day notice, we are trying to schedule this for October 31, I am waiting on Confirmation from the applicant’s counsel. And Beth will provide the proper notice at that time per the City Charter and we will push it over via social media platforms.
After consulting with City Staff, and Jim and Erin, at that time, the Zoning Committee along with all Commissioners, and a representative from Schumacher, and City Staff will meet and try to come to a balanced fair solution for all parties. The meeting will be open for public viewing, but chat will be shut off and there will be no public comments taken for this meeting. I will also have Tony from the City online to explain to the Commissioners and Committee folks what should and should not be considered, he will also review City Staff Report and by that time the traffic and parking study should be ready for review and to get feedback from City staff on that matter which is one of the two big issues on the project.
As to the question if this will go back to the Civic, under same section, Number 6 States that the applicant shall not appear before the Civic more than once, and they have done that 3 times, at which at that time you took an Electronic Vote for the Disapproval, as Reported by you, so at this time, that part of the process has been recorded and noted, and we are to the Commission Process of the application in which will trying to resolve the matter fairly and balanced for ALL Parties.“
You may Listen to the meeting 10/10/2020
CSSAC Zoning Committee Mtg Recording. This meeting was held on Saturday October 10. The discussion regarding 280 E Whittier begins approximately at the 45 minute mark.
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