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Ormond Beach Observer Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021 1 week ago

Planning Board to discuss storage project, 'property rights' amendment

Also in City Watch: Neighborhood meeting planned for the proposed Tattersall residential project.
by: Jarleene Almenas Associate Editor

Four items are scheduled to be heard by the Ormond Beach Planning Board at its meeting at city hall at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 14, one of which is an amendment to the city’s comprehensive plan to create a “property rights element.”

This is a result of House Bill 59, which passed on June 29, according to a city staff report. The law mandates that every city and county include a property rights element in its comprehensive plan, intended to protect private property rights by ensuring they are considered in local decision-making. The amendment is scheduled to reach the City Commission for a first reading on Nov. 16.

Additionally, the Planning Board will hear a rezoning and development order request for a new All-Aboard Storage project proposed for 295 Interchange Blvd.

The property is zoned B-7 Highway Tourist Commercial with an existing Planned Business Development overlay. The property owner seeks a zoning change to PBD to construct the three-story, 111,825-square foot building.

The last item to be heard by the Planning Board is a second amendment of the North U.S. 1 Interlocal Service Boundary Agreement to add the proposed Ridge Haven subdivision in unincorporated Volusia County. It is south of Plantation Oaks Boulevard, east of Addison Drive, north of the Village of Pine Run and west of Plantation Oaks.

Neighborhood meeting planned

A neighborhood meeting will be held at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 21, at the Hampton Inn at 155 Interchange Blvd. to discuss a new residential development.

The Tattersall Planned Development project is proposed to be located at the northwest intersection of Tymber Creek Road and Airport Road. The developer seeks to build 146 single-family homes.

Biketoberfest is here

The 29th annual Biketoberfest event will begin on Thursday, Oct. 14, and continue through Sunday, Oct. 17.

About 125,000 visitors are anticipated. Most of the event traffic will be centered in Daytona, though activities are also planned in the north U.S. 1 corridor of Ormond Beach.

“We welcome our two-wheeled visitors, and remind everyone to enjoy their time safely,” wrote Ormond Beach Police on its Facebook page. “All motorcycle and motorist laws will be strictly enforced in the city of Ormond Beach with increased, specialized patrols.”

Impact fee study approved

Last week, the Volusia County Council approved a contract to review the fee formulas and calculations for the thoroughfare roads, fire rescue service and parks impact fees.

The study is expected to take three to six months.

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