PLANNING BOARD AGENDA

July 21, 2009 7:00 p.m. Town Hall

CALL TO ORDER

7:00 Minutes of previous meeting: June 16, 2009
Correspondence:
• Memo from Code Enforcement Officer re: 553 Shore Rd
•Zoning Practice May 2009
See also capeelizabeth.com/contact_officials.html

CONSENT AGENDA

1. Two Lights Professional Center Site Plan Amendment - Andrew Ingalls of Alana LLC is requesting an amendment to the previously approved mixed use building, located at 2 Davis Point Lane, to change the second floor from 2 - 2,000 sq. ft. multi-family units to 4 - 1,000 sq. ft. multi-family units, Sec. 19-9, Site Plan Amendments.

2. Blueberry Ridge Subdivision Amendment - Joseph Frustaci is requesting an amendment to the previously approved Blueberry Ridge Subdivision, located off Mitchell Rd, to designate lot 12 as the second required moderate income affordable housing lot, Sec. 16-2-5, Subdivision Amendment.

OLD BUSINESS

7:10 Cape Elizabeth Family Medicine Site Plan Amendment - Dr. Craig Johnson is requesting an amendment to the previously approved site plan for the building located at 1226 Shore Rd to relocate and revise a proposed storage shed, Sec. 19-9, Site Plan Completeness.

7:30 Mahoney Resource Protection Permit - Michael and Andie Mahoney are requesting a Resource Protection Permit to construct a driveway in a new location over an RP2 wetland for a lot located at 1 Autumn Tides Lane, Sec. 19-8-3, Resource Protection Permit Completeness.

7:50 Tara Site Plan - Shore Road Tara LLC is requesting Site Plan Review for a retail/office/multi-family unit use building change of use located at 553 Shore Rd, Sec. 19-9, Site Plan Completeness.

OTHER BUSINESS

8:15 Shoreland Zoning Amendments - The Town Council has referred to the Planning Board a request to prepare amendments to the Zoning Ordinance to bring it into compliance with the State Minimum Shoreland Zoning requirements, which includes both text and map amendments to the Official Zoning Map, Sec. 19-10-3, Amendments Public Hearing.

NOTE: The times on this agenda are approximate and are intended for the convenience of the public; however, an item may begin earlier or later than the indicated time.