Transform Baltimore Zoning Hearings

The Land Use and Transportation Committee will hold a series of hearings within various Baltimore neighborhoods on CC BILL 12-0152 – TRANSFORM BALTIMORE – ZONING.  The dates, times, topics and locations are as follows:

 

Tuesday, September 24th – 5:15 pm

Subject:  Titles 1, 2, 3 and 6 (Introductory/Definitions, Code Administration and Zoning Districts)

Location:  *Check website for Location updates

 

Saturday, September 28th – 10:00 am

Subject:  Titles 7 and 8 (Open Space and Environmental Districts, Detached & Semi-Detached Residential Districts)

Location:  *Check website for Location updates

 

Thursday, October 3rd – 5:15 pm

Subject:  Title 18, Subtitle 7 and Title 14, Subtitles 14-335 and 14-336.  (such as Liquor Licenses Establishments)

Location:  Towanda Community Center of Park Heights

 

Wednesday, October 9th – 5:15 pm

Subject:  Titles 10 and 12 (Commercial Districts and Special Purpose Districts)

Location:  University of Maryland-Baltimore Bio Park

 

Tuesday, October 15th – 5:15 pm

Subject:  Titles 13, 16 and 17 (PUDs, Off-Street Parking, and Loading Signs)

Location:  *Check website for Location updates

 

Tuesday, October 22nd – 6:30 pm

Subject:  Title 9 (Rowhouses and Multi-Family Residential Districts)

Location:  Christo Rey Jesuit High School (pending confirmation)

 

Monday, October 28th – 5:15 pm

Subject:  Title 11 (Industrial Districts)

Location:  Benjamin Franklin at Masonville Cove High School

 

Wednesday, November 6th – 5:15 pm

Subject:  Title 14 and 15 (Use Standards and Site Development Standards)

Location:  *Check website for Location updates

 

Wednesday, November 13th – 5:00 pm (TELEVISED)

Subject:  Titles 4, 5, 18 and 19 (Development Review, Applications and Authorizations, Non-Conformities, Enforcement & Appeals)

Location:  City Hall – 4th Floor City Council Chambers

 

Wednesday, November 20th – 2:00 pm

Subject:  All Text in addition to Maps, Tables and Figures.

Location:  City Hall – 4th Floor City Council Chambers

 

* – For the most up-to-date information on this and other council hearings, please visit the Baltimore City Council’s website at http://www.baltimorecitycouncil.com.  

More details on Transform Baltimore can be found here: http://legistar.baltimorecitycouncil.com/detailreport/?key=5675.

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