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Agenda 2021 08-02AU G U S T 2, 2021 4:00 P M M E E T I N G C A L L E D TO O R D E R (C hair Julia O ls on-B os eman) I N VO C AT I O N (Reverend D r. Patricia L . F r eeman, S t. P hillip A M E C hur ch) P L E D G E O F A L L E G I A N C E (C ommis s ioner B ill Riv enbark ) A P P R O VA L O F C O N S E N T A G E N DA C O N S E N T A G E N DA I T E M S O F B U S I N E S S 1.A pproval of M inutes 2.A dop2on of Na2onal I mmuniza2on A warenes s M onth P r oclama2 on 3.A dop2on of C hild S uppor t A w ar enes s M onth P roclama2on 4.Conveyance of Q ualifying Par cels to a Regis ter ed N onprofit for the P urpose of Construc2ng Work force H ous ing 5.Charge of 2021 L evy 6.A pproval of Emergency Rental A s s is tance P r ogr am (E R A P ) 7.A dop2on of Budget A mendment E S T I M AT E D M I N U T E S R EG U L A R A G E N DA I T E M S O F B U S I N E S S 10 8.Considera2on of P r eliminar y A s s es s ment Res olu2 on for N C D OT-Required I mprovements to W illiam L ouis D riv e for I nclus ion into N C D OT Road Maintenance S ys tem 10 9.Considera2on of A mendment to the N ew H anov er County Code Chapter 2 3 Environment 10 10.Considera2on of the 2020 A nnual Tax S eClement 5 11.P ublic H earing and C ons idera2on of A ppr oval to S ubmit a Joint A pplica2on with the C ity of W ilmington to the Edw ar d By rne Memor ial J us 2ce A s s is tance G rant (JA G ) P rogram for 2021 F unding from the U.S . D epartment of J us 2ce 40 12.P ublic H earing Rezoning Reques t (Z 21-08) – Reques t by T D R-H L , L L C, A pplicant and P roperty O w ner, to Rez one A pproximately 62.7 7 A cres of L and L ocated at 1 3 0 8 Crooked P ine Road from R-15, Res iden2al D is tr ict, to P D, P lanned D evelopment D istrict, in O rder to D evelop a M ixed-U s e P roj ect 40 13.P ublic H earing Rezoning Reques t (Z 21-09) - Reques t by D es ign S olu2 ons on Behalf of the Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 P roperty O wner s , W P E H oldings , L L C and S enca P roper2 es, L L C, to Rezone A pproximately 1 2 .99 A cr es of L and L ocated in the 9000 Block of M arket S treet from B-1, Neighborhood B us ines s D is trict, (C Z D ) B-1, Condi2 onal Neighborhood B us ines s D is trict, and R -1 5 , Res iden2 al D is trict to (C Z D ) R M F - M H , C ondi2onal Res iden2 al M ul2family Moderate-H igh D ensity D istrict, in O rder to C ons truct a 256-U nit A par tment D evelopment 40 14.P ublic H earing Rezoning Reques t (Z 21-07) - Reques t by Nov ant H ealth-New H anover Regional Medical C enter to Rez one A pproximately 40.9 A cres of L and L ocated in the 100 Block of S coCs H ill M edical D riv e fr om (C Z D ) O &I , Condi2 onal O ffice and I ns2 tu2onal D istrict, and B -1 , N eighborhood B us ines s D is trict, to O &I , O ffice and I ns 2tu2onal D is tr ict 40 15.Q uasi-J udicial H ear ing S pecial Use Permit Reques t (S 2 1 -0 3 ) - Reques t by Thomas H . J ohns on, J r, ACorney, on Behalf of the P roperty O w ner, S outheas tern Enterpris es, I nc., to O btain a S pecial U s e Permit for a W ireles s C ommunica2 on Tow er and Related S upport Facili2es in an R -1 5 , Res iden2 al Zoning D is trict, L ocated N orth of Valley Brook Road and Wes t of Fern Valley D riv e P U B L I C C O M M E N T S O N N O N -A G E N DA I T E M S (limit t hree minute s ) E S T I M AT E D M I N U T E S A D D I T I O N A L A G E N DA I T E M S O F B U S I N E S S 16.A ddi2onal I tems County Manager County Commis s ioner s Clerk to the Board County ACorney 17.A D J O U R N Note: M inutes lis ted for each item are e s mated, and if a preceding item takes les s 2me, the Board w ill mov e forward un2 l the agenda is completed. Mission N ew H anover County is commiCed to progres s ive public policy, s uperior s erv ice, courteous contact, judicious exercis e of authority, and sound fiscal management to meet the needs and concerns of our ci2 z ens today and tomorr ow. Vis ion A vibrant pros perous , divers e coas tal community, commiCed to building a s us tainable futur e for gener a2 ons to come. C ore Values I ntegr ity - A ccountability - P rofes s ionalism - I nnov a2 on - S tewardship Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQU E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 8/2/2021 C o nsent D E PA R T M E N T: Governing B ody P R E S E N T E R (S ): Kym C rowell, C lerk to the B o ard C O N TA C T (S ): Kym C rowell S U B J EC T: A pprov al of M inutes B R I E F S U M M A RY: Appro ve minutes from the following meengs: Regular Meeng held o n J uly 13, 2021 S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : Appro ve minutes. C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anag er) C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Approved 5-0. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 1 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQU E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 8/2/2021 C o nsent D E PA R T M E N T: Health and Human Services P R E S E N T E R (S ): D a vid Howard, H ealth Directo r and C arla Turner, Assistant Health D irector C O N TA C T (S ): D avid Howard S U B J EC T: A dop#on of N a#onal I mmuniza#on A wareness M onth P roc lam a#on B R I E F S U M M A RY: August 2021 is N a o nal I mmunizaon Awareness Month and we encourage all cizens to increase their awareness o f the impo rtance of immunizao ns f o r vaccine-preventa ble diseases in the ho pe of achieving opmal hea lth for both today and to mo rro w. S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: S uperior P ublic H ealth & S afety S us tain the community capacity to pr epare for and res pond to public s afety demands Reduce or prevent community r is ks R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : Adopt the proclamaon. AT TA C H M E N T S : Descripon National Immunization Awareness Month Proclamation C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anag er) R ecommend adoption. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Approved 5-0. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 2 NEW HANOVER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS NATIONAL IMMUNIZATION AWARENESS MONTH PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, vaccine-preventable diseases still exist and outbreaks do occur; and WHEREAS, vaccines reduce an individual’s risk of infection by working with the body’s natural defenses to help them safely develop immunity to disease; and WHEREAS, vaccines are safe, effective and save lives; and WHEREAS, Immunization Awareness Month is an opportunity to raise awareness, advocate resources, and promote access to education about immunizations for vaccine-preventable diseases. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT PROCLAIMED by the New Hanover County Board of Commissioners that August 2021 will be recognized as “National Immunization Awareness Month” in New Hanover County. Citizens are encouraged to increase their awareness of the importance of immunizations for vaccine-preventable diseases in the hope of achieving optimal health for both today and tomorrow. The board commends this observance to all citizens and urges that all citizens and community organizations join in this observance. ADOPTED this the 2nd day of August, 2021. NEW HANOVER COUNTY ___________________________________ Julia Olson-Boseman, Chair ATTEST: ____________________________________ Kymberleigh G. Crowell, Clerk to the Board Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 2 - 1 - 1 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQU E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 8/2/2021 C o nsent D E PA R T M E N T: Health and Human Services P R E S E N T E R(S ): To nya J ackson, Social Services D irector C O N TA C T (S ): To nya J ackson S U B J EC T: A dop#on of C hild S upport A wareness M onth P roc lam a#on B R I E F S U M M A RY: C hild Suppo rt Awareness Month salutes the diligent working parents who spend me with their child and who make regular child support payments to safeguard their children's future. Strengthening individuals and families pro mo tes the safety and well-being of c hildren, provides stability, impro ves the lives of children, and pro vides o ppo rtunies f o r families to be able to enhance their children’s futures. Many co ncerned and dedicated judges, district a'o rneys, clerks of court, sheriff's perso nnel, and child suppo rt pro fessionals work to establish a nd enforce child support o rders f o r N ew H ano ver C o unty children, one of our counes mo st vita l reso urces. S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : Adopt the proclamaon. AT TA C H M E N T S : Descripon Child Support Awareness Month Proclamation C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anag er) R ecommend adoption. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Approved 5-0. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 3 NEW HANOVER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS CHILD SUPPORT AWARENESS MONTH PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, New Hanover County recognizes August as Child Support Awareness Month, and reaffirms its commitment to strengthening New Hanover County families by providing child support services to improve the economic stability and well-being of children; and WHEREAS, in State Fiscal Year 2020/2021, more than $12 million in child support was collected from parents of New Hanover County’s children; and WHEREAS, there are nearly 5,400 child support orders in place, working to ensure that more than 6,100 children receive financial support from their parents; and WHEREAS, Child Support Awareness Month salutes the diligent working parents who spend time with their child and who make regular child support payments to safeguard their children's future; and WHEREAS, strengthening individuals and families promotes the safety and well-being of children, provides stability, improves the lives of children, and provides opportunities for families to be able to enhance their children’s futures; and WHEREAS, children who do not receive adequate financial and emotional support from their parents may experience greater difficulty in becoming healthy, happy, and productive citizens; and WHEREAS, many concerned and dedicated judges, district attorneys, clerks of court, sheriff’s personnel, and child support professionals work to establish and enforce child support orders for New Hanover County children, one of our counties most vital resources. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT PROCLAIMED by the New Hanover County Board of Commissioners that August 2021 will be recognized as “Child Support Awareness Month” in New Hanover County and that its observance is commended to all citizens. ADOPTED this the 2nd day of August, 2021. NEW HANOVER COUNTY ___________________________________ Julia Olson-Boseman, Chair ATTEST: ____________________________________ Kymberleigh G. Crowell, Clerk to the Board Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 3 - 1 - 1 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQU E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 8/2/2021 C o nsent D E PA R T M E N T: Planning P R E S E N T E R(S ): R achel L a C oe, Senior Planner C O N TA C T (S ): R achel L a C oe; Rebekah Ro th, Pla nning a nd L and U se Directo r S U B J EC T: C onveyance of Qualifying Parcels to a Registered N onprofit for the P urpose of C onstruc 3ng Workforce Housing B R I E F S U M M A RY: I n N ovember 2018, the co unty established a policy by a dministra %ve memorandum to co nvey buildable lots no lo nger needed by the co unty to qualified nonprofits for the purpose of construc%ng wo rkf o rce ho using. I n an effort to deliver on o ur c o mmitment to create co mplete communi%es, sta ff reco mmends conveying the f o llo wing three proper%es to C ape Fear Habitat f o r H umanity with the expecta%on that workforce housing will be constructed within a two -year %me frame per the policy: 1. 522 Mc C lure C ircle (R -10; 0.73 acres; former C F P UA site) 2. 237 B uff C ircle (R -15; 0.49 acres; former C F P UA site) 3. 241 B uff C ircle (R -15; 0.41 acres; former C F P UA site) S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: I ntelligent G row th & Economic D evelopment Encourage development of complete communi%es in the unincorpor ated county Ens ure N H C has appropriate hous ing to s uppor t bus ines s growth R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : AT TA C H M E N T S : Descrip%on Administrative Memo - Property Conveyance for Workforce Housing 522 McClure Circle Map 237 Buff Circle Map 241 Buff Circle Map C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anag er) R ecommend approval. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 4 C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Approved 5-0. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 4 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 4 - 1 - 1 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 4 - 1 - 2 New Hanover County, NC Cas t l e H a y n e I - 4 0 C o l l e g e ¹ Address: 522 McClure Cir Zoning: R-10 Acreage: 0.73 200 Feet Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 4 - 2 - 1 New Hanover County, NC Mar k e t Eas t w o o d Gor d o n Mi l i t a r y C u t o f f ¹ Address: 247 Buff Cir Zoning: R-15 Acreage: 0.49 200 Feet Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 4 - 3 - 1 New Hanover County, NC Mar k e t Eas t w o o d Gor d o n Mi l i t a r y C u t o f f ¹ Address: 241 Buff Cir Zoning: R-15 Acreage: 0.41 200 Feet Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 4 - 4 - 1 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQU E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 8/2/2021 C o nsent D E PA R T M E N T: Tax P R E S E N T E R (S ): Allison Snell, Tax Administrator C O N TA C T (S ): Allison Snell S U B J EC T: C harge of 2021 L evy B R I E F S U M M A RY: Acco rding to N C G S 105-321(b), the N ew Hanover C ounty B oard of C ounty C ommissio ners shall direct the Tax C o llector to collect the taxes charged in the tax records a nd receipts. S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: G ood G overnance S trong F inancial Performance P roac,vely manage the county budget R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : I t is recommended that the board charge the Tax C ollec to r with the 2021 levy. AT TA C H M E N T S : Descrip,on 2021 Charge of Levy C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anag er) R ecommend approval. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Approved 5-0. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 5 August 2, 2021 State of North Carolina County of New Hanover To the collector of Revenue of New Hanover County: You are hereby authorized, empowered and commanded to collect the taxes set forth in the tax records filed in the office of the Tax Administrator and in the tax receipts herewith delivered to you, in the amounts and from the taxpayers likewise therein set forth, effective Septembet t,2O2L. Such taxes are hereby declared to be a first lien upon all real property of the respective taxpayers in the County of New Hanover and alljurisdictions therein and this order shall be a full and sufficient authority to direct, require and enable you to levy on and sell any real or personal property of such taxpayers for and on account thereof, in accordance wlth the law. Witness my hand and official sealthis 2nd day of August 2021 Julia Olson-Boseman, Chair New Hanover County Board of Commissioners Attest Kymberleigh G. Crowell, Clerk to the Board New Hanover County l, Allison snell, collector of Revenue of New Hanover county, hereby acknowledge receipt of tax books for real estate and personal property for cape Fear, Federal point, carolina Beach, Kure Beach, Harnett, Wrightsville Beach, Masonboro and Wilmington Townships for New Hanover County. Allison 5nell, Collector of Revenue New Ha nover County Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 5 - 1 - 1 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQU E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 8/2/2021 C o nsent D E PA R T M E N T: Finance P R E S E N T E R (S ): Tonya J ackso n, So cial Services Directo r C O N TA C T (S ): To nya J ackson, Social Services D irec to r and L isa Wurtzbacher, C hief Financial O ffi cer S U B J EC T: A pprov al of E mergency Rental A ssistance P rog ram (E R A P ) B R I E F S U M M A RY: N ew Hanover C o unty has received E mergency Rental Assistance Program (E R AP ) f unds directly f ro m the U S Treasury and as a subrecipient of the N o rth C arolina Pandemic Recovery O ffi ce (N C PR O ). T hese funds are to aid ho useho lds that are unable to pay rent and u.li.es during or due, directly or indirec tly, to the coronavirus pandemic. T he B o ard o f C o unty C ommissioners have approved the use o f $7,072,025 in E R A1 grant f unding directly from the U S Treasury thro ugh budget a mendment 21-041 that was brought forward in fiscal yea r 2021. T here have been subsequent awards of f unding f o r these pro grams that need to be budgeted in this fiscal year. T he following chart breaks do wn the separate awards: A warding A gency T itle A mount of A ward Funding expira4on B oard B A A dop4on Date B A # A c tual Revenue Received To-Date U S Treasury E R A1 7,072,025 9/30/2022 3/15/2021 21-041 7,072,025 U S Treasury E R A2 5,595,763 9/30/2025 8/2/2021 22-003 2,238,305 N C P R O E R A1 8,607,365 9/30/2022 8/2/2021 22-004 - N C P R O E R A2 6,767,959 T B D T B D T B D - $ 28,043,112 $ 9,310,330 B A 22-003 budgets $5,595,763 in E R A2 grant funding awarded direc tly to N ew H ano ver C ounty by the U S Treasury. O f this tota l, $2,238,305 has been rec eived to da te. 85 percent o f the awarded funds must be used for direct fi nancial assistance while 15 percent of awarded funds are available f o r housing stability services, including ca se management and other services intended to keep households stably housed, and administra.ve co sts. T he f unds generally will expire on September 30, 2025. T here is no county match. T he U S Treasury does no t require a sepa rate fund be established; theref o re, B A 22-003 is being established in the genera l f und. T he grant project ordinance budgets $8,607,365 for a grant award from the sta te via N C P R O. An addi.onal $6,767,959 in N C P R O funds is available to N ew H ano ver C ounty, and a budget a mendment fo r these funds will be submiCed a t a later date. T hese funds expire S eptember 30, 2022 a nd no county match is required. U p to 5 percent o f awarded f unds ($430,368.26) is available for administra.ve costs. T he award c o ntra ct with N C P R O requires the C ounty to establish a special revenue f und to account for the revenues and expenses. As such, a grant project o rdinance for the N C P R O E mergency Assistance Pro gram is aCached for B o ard ado p.on. T his special revenue fund is being esta blished as a mul.-year f und. For both so urces of funding, renta l a ssistance pro vided to an eligible household should no t be duplica.ve o f any o ther federally funded rental assistance provided to such household. E ligible ho useho lds that include an individual who has been unemplo yed f o r the 90 days prio r to applica.on for assistance a nd households with income a t o r below 50 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 6 percent of the area median are to be priori.zed for a ssista nce. S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: G ood G overnance Effec.ve County Management D eliver quality service at the right .me R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : Request B oard adop.o n of B A 22-003 and the N C P R O E mergency Rental Assistance Grant Project O rdinance. AT TA C H M E N T S : Descrip.on BA 22-003 NCPRO ERA1 Grant Project Ordinance C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anag er) R ecommend approval. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Approved 5-0. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 6 Section 1: Details of Budget Amendment Strategic Focus Area:Effective County Management Strategic Objective(s):Deliver quality service at the right time Decrease Increase Total 5,595,763$ 5,595,763$ -$ 5,595,763$ 5,595,763$ Decrease Increase Total 5,595,763$ 5,595,763$ -$ 5,595,763$ 5,595,763$ 40,299,484$ 45,895,247$ Section 3: Documentation of Adoption Adopted, this 2nd day of August, 2021. (SEAL) ATTEST: Julia Olson-Boseman, Chair Kymberleigh G. Crowell, Clerk to the Board This ordinance shall be effective upon its adoption. Departmental Budget Total Total BA 22-003 US Treasury ERA2 Revenue: NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners of New Hanover County, North Carolina, that the Ordinance for Budget Amendment(s) 22-003 amending the annual budget ordinance for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, is adopted. Total if Actions Taken Prior to Actions Today BA 22-003 - The Emergency Rental Assistance program (ERA2), established by section 3201 of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, Pub. L. No. 117-2 (March 11, 2021), provides funding to assist households, nationwide, that are unable to pay rent and utilities during or due, directly or indirectly, to the coronavirus pandemic.  The funds are provided directly to States, U.S. Territories, local governments, and Indian tribes.  Grantees use the funds to provide assistance to eligible households through existing or newly created rental assistance programs. 85 percent of awarded funds must be used for direct financial assistance, including rent, rental arrears, utilities and home energy costs, utilities and home energy costs arrears, and other expenses related to housing.  15 percent of awarded funds are available for housing stability services, including case management and other services intended to keep households stably housed, and administrative costs.  New Hanover County was awarded $5,595,763 and has received the first allotment of $ 2,238,305. The funds generally will expire on September 30, 2025.  There is no county match. An “eligible household” is defined as a renter household in which at least one or more individuals meets the following criteria: •qualified for unemployment benefits or experienced a reduction in household income, incurred significant costs, or experienced other financial hardship during or due, directly or indirectly, to the coronavirus pandemic; and •demonstrates a risk of experiencing homelessness or housing instability; and • household is a low-income family (as such term is defined in section 3(b) of the United States Housing Act of 1937 (42 U.S.C. 1437a(b)) Rental assistance provided to an eligible household should not be duplicative of any other federally funded rental assistance provided to such household. Eligible households that include an individual who has been unemployed for the 90 days prior to application for assistance and households with income at or below 50 percent of the area median are to be prioritized for assistance.  BA 22-003 Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA2) BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of County Commissioners of New Hanover County, North Carolina, that the following Budget Amendment(s) be made to the annual budget ordinance for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022. NEW HANOVER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE FISCAL YEAR 2022 BUDGET August 2, 2021AGENDA: Expenditure: Fund: General Department: Social Services Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 6 - 1 - 1 GRANT PROJECT ORDINANCE NEW HANOVER COUNTY NCPRO EMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM BE IT ORDAINED, by the Board of Commissioners of New Hanover County: 1. New Hanover County (County) has been awarded $8,607,365 of Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) funds from the North Carolina Pandemic Recovery Office (NCPRO). NCPRO, an agency of the Office of State Budget and Management (OSBM), was designated by OSBM to accept and administer funds from the federal COVID-19 pandemic relief funds under Section 501 of Division N of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, Pub. L. No. 116-260 (Dec. 27, 2020). North Carolina Session Law 2021-25, Senate Bill 172, allocates ERAP funding to local governments. Programs have been designed within these guidelines as outlined in this grant project ordinance. 2. County desires to authorize and budget for said project in a grant project ordinance adopted pursuant to North Carolina General Statute Section 159-13.2 and effective upon adoption, such ordinance to authorize all appropriations necessary for the completion of said project. NOW, THEREFORE, WITNESSETH THAT: 1. This grant project ordinance is adopted pursuant to North Carolina General Statute Section 159-13.2. 2. The project undertaken pursuant to this ordinance is the NCPRO Emergency Rental Assistance Program, which project is herewith authorized. 3. The revenue that will finance said project is: Intergovernmental Revenues - Federal $ 8,607,365 Total $ 8,607,365 4. The following appropriations necessary for the project are herewith made from the revenue listed above: Emergency Rental Assistance Program Expenditures $ 8,607,365 Total $ 8,607,365 5. The Finance Officer is hereby directed to maintain within the Grant Project Fund sufficient specific detailed accounting records to provide the accounting to the grantor agency required by state and federal regulations. 6. This project ordinance shall be entered in the minutes of the Board of Commissioners of New Hanover County. Within five days hereof, copies of this ordinance shall be filed with the finance office in New Hanover County, and with the Clerk to the Board of Commissioners of New Hanover County. Adopted this 2nd day of August 2021. Kymberleigh G. Crowell Clerk to the Board of Commissioners Julia Olson-Boseman, Chair Board of County Commissioners Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 6 - 2 - 1 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQU E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 8/2/2021 C o nsent D E PA R T M E N T: B udget P R E S E N T E R (S ): L isa Wurtzbacher, C hief Financial O fficer C O N TA C T (S ): L isa Wurtzbacher S U B J EC T: A dop#on of Budget A mendment B R I E F S U M M A RY: T he following budget amendment amends the annua l budget o rdinance for the fiscal year ending J une 30, 2022: J uvenile Services 22-002 S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: G ood G overnance S trong F inancial Performance P roac*vely manage the county budget R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : Adopt the o rdinance for the budget amendment listed. AT TA C H M E N T S : Descrip*on 22-002 C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anag er) R ecommend adoption. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Approved 5-0. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 7 Section 1: Details of Budget Amendment Strategic Focus Area:Effective County Management Strategic Objective(s):Deliver quality service at the right time Decrease Increase Total 95,550$ 95,550$ -$ 95,550$ 95,550$ Decrease Increase Total 95,550$ 95,550$ -$ 95,550$ 95,550$ 302,425$ 397,975$ Section 2: Explanation Section 3: Documentation of Adoption Adopted, this 2nd day of August, 2021. (SEAL) ATTEST: Julia Olson-Boseman, Chair Kymberleigh G. Crowell, Clerk to the Board This ordinance shall be effective upon its adoption. BA 22-002 increases expenditures and revenues for a pass-through grant awarded to Coastal Horizons Center, Inc. by the NC Department of Public Safety. The program title is Alternatives to Commitment: Family Preservation Program. There is no county match required for this funding. Departmental Budget Total BA 22-002 NC Dept of Public Safety Grant Revenue: NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners of New Hanover County, North Carolina, that the Ordinance for Budget Amendment(s) 22-002 amending the annual budget ordinance for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, is adopted. Total if Actions Taken Prior to Actions Today BA 22-002 Pass-Through Grant Expenditures BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of County Commissioners of New Hanover County, North Carolina, that the following Budget Amendment(s) be made to the annual budget ordinance for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022. NEW HANOVER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE FISCAL YEAR 2022 BUDGET August 2, 2021AGENDA: Expenditure: Fund: General Department: Juvenile Services Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 7 - 1 - 1 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQU E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 8/2/2021 Regular D E PA R T M E N T: C ounty Manager P R E S E N T E R(S ): T im B urgess, D eputy C o unty Manager C O N TA C T (S ): T im B urgess and L isa Wurtzbacher, C hief Financial O fficer S U B J EC T: C onsidera(on of P reliminary A ssessment Resolu(on for N C DOT-Required I mprov ements to William L ouis Drive for I nclusion into N C D OT Road M aintenance System B R I E F S U M M A RY: T he o wners o f pro perty located on W illia m L o uis Drive have pe$$o ned the N ew Hanover C ounty B oard o f C o mmissio ners to undertake a pro ject to impro ve a sec$o n of W illiam L o uis D rive, from C heryl L ane to B randy C ourt, in o rder to meet the standards o f the N orth C arolina D epa rtment o f Transporta$o n (N C D OT ) so that this sec$on o f the ro ad may bec o me a part of the state-mainta ined system. N C D OT has determined the required impro vements and has agreed to a ssume responsibility f o r maintenance once the improvements have been completed. N ew Hanover C o unty would be respo nsible f o r bidding the project, pro viding o versight o f the impro vements, and assessing the benefited par$es for the costs of the improvements plus o ther c o sts incurred by the county. As provided for in N .C .G.S. 153A-205(b), N ew Hanover C o unty may finance the local share of the impro vements, which is es$mated at $47,816, as long as a pe$$on for improvements is rec eived which is “signed by at least seventy- five (75%) o f the property owners o f pro perty to be assessed, who must represent at lea st seventy-fi ve (75%) of all the lineal f eet of frontage of the lands abu>ng o n the street or po r$o n thereof to be improved.” T he signed pe$$o n that was presented to the county represents 23 of 26 o f the pro perty owners and exceeds bo th seventy-five (75%) thresholds. O ne hundred percent o f the cost o f the impro vements plus other co sts incurred by the co unty will be assessed against the benefited proper$es. T he basis f o r making the assessment against the benefited pro per$es will be the number of residences a nd vacant buildable parcels with road fro ntage a nd addresses o n William L ouis D rive, at a n equal rate per parcel, as allowed by N .C .G.S 153A-186(a). Each property owner will have the o p$on of paying their assessment in five equal annual installments which will bear interest at a rate that appro ximates all the costs, including o ppo rtunity costs, to administer the installment loa ns. T he first annual installment will be due sixty days aBer the fi nal assessment roll has been confi rmed, which could be done by the B oard of C o mmissio ners in D ecember 2021. As required in N .C .G.S. 153A-192, the board must first ado pt a preliminary a ssessment resolu$o n before a public hearing is co nducted or a fi nal reso lu$on can be ado pted. Sho uld the B oard of C o mmissio ners agree to mo ve forward with this request, then a public hearing on all maDers c o vered by the preliminary assessment resolu$o n will be held at 4:00 p.m. o n the 7th day of September 2021. S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 8 Adopt preliminary assessment resolu$on. AT TA C H M E N T S : Descrip$on Preliminary Assessment Resolution Exhibit A C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anag er) R ecommend adoption. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Approved 5-0. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 8 NEW HANOVER COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT RESOLUTION WILLIAM LOUIS DRIVE WHEREAS, the owners of property on William Louis Drive have petitioned and the New Hanover County Board of Commissioners intend to undertake a project to improve William Louis Drive, a residential street, and to bring it up to the standards of the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) so that it may become a part of the state maintained system; and WHEREAS, as provided in N.C.G.S. 153A-205(b) a county may finance the local share of the improvements made under the supervision of DOT to bring a street up to the standards of DOT; and WHEREAS, the NCDOT has approved the improvements to William Louis Drive, and has agreed to take over the street once the improvements have been completed. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the New Hanover County Board of Commissioners that: 1. New Hanover County intends to undertake a project to improve and repair William Louis Drive, this section of William Louis Drive located from Cheryl Lane to Brandy Court, as more specifically set forth in Attachment A. 2. One hundred percent of the cost of the project shall be assessed against the benefited properties. 3. The basis for making the assessment against the benefited properties will be the number of residences and vacant buildable parcels with road frontage and addresses on William Louis Drive, at an equal rate per parcel, as allowed by N.C.G.S 153A-186(a). 4. The assessment herein provided for shall be payable in cash, or if any property owner shall so elect, they shall have the option of paying the assessment in five equal annual installments, said installments to bear interest at a rate that approximates all the costs, including opportunity costs, to administer the installment loans not to exceed the limits imposed by N.C.G.S. 153A-200(a). 5. A public hearing on all matters covered by this preliminary assessment resolution will be held at 4:00 p.m. on the 7th day of September 2021 in Assembly Room 301 of the Historic Courthouse located at 24 North Third Street, Wilmington, NC 28401. ADOPTED this the 2nd day of August, 2021. NEW HANOVER COUNTY ___________________________________ Julia Olson-Boseman, Chair ATTEST: ___________________________________ Kymberleigh G. Crowell, Clerk to the Board Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 8 - 1 - 1 William Louis Drive Assessment Exhibit A 4451 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4453 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4454 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4455 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4456 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4457 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4458 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4459 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4460 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4461 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4462 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4463 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4464 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4465 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4466 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4473 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4474/4476 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4475 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4477 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4478 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4479 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4480 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4481 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4482 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4483 WILLIAM LOUIS DR 4484 WILLIAM LOUIS DR Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 8 - 2 - 1 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 8 - 2 - 2 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQU E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 8/2/2021 Regular D E PA R T M E N T: C ounty Manager P R E S E N T E R(S ): T im B urgess, D eputy C o unty Manager C O N TA C T (S ): T im B urgess; Kemp B urpea u, D eputy C ounty Ao rney; C o rey So merse, Sheriff ’s Detec ve; J o e Suleyman, D irector o f E nvironmental Management S U B J EC T: C onsidera(on of A mendment to the N ew Hanover C ounty C ode C hapter 23 E nv ironment B R I E F S U M M A RY: T he N ew H ano ver C o unty Sheriff ’s D epartment has been ta sked with enf o rc ing the N uisance and L ier O rdinances on behalf of N ew Hanover C ounty. W ith repeat offenders and situa o ns where large quan es of ma teria l have been illegally dispo sed of, the current ordinance does no t provide suffi c ient pena l es in which to pro perly address these situa o ns. T herefore, co unty administra o n and staff a re reques ng that the B o ard of C o mmissio ners approve an amendment to the N ew H ano ver C ode of O rdinances Sec o n 23-80. C ivil C ita o ns; Ar cle I I I , N uisances; and Ar cle I V, L ier. T he substan ve changes are as follows: 1. I n addi on to the Sheriff ’s depa rtment, N ew Hanover C ounty E nvironmental Ma na gement will also be autho rized to issue cita ons under the O rdinanc e, 2. Provide a civil penalty of $800.00, or as otherwise set forth in an Adopted Fee Schedule, f o r o ffenses beyo nd the third off ense, and 3. A bulk content viola o n, consis ng o f any debris, trash, derelic t structures, vehicles, bo ats or ho useho ld o r commercial items, demoli on material, chemicals, or vegeta on in excess of five (5) cubic yards quan ty, may incur a civil penalty o f $1,000.00 per offense, o r as o therwise set forth in an Adopted Fee Schedule. S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : Adopt Amendment to N ew Hanover C ode of O rdina nce Sec o n 23-80. C ivil C ita ons; Ar cle I I I , N uisances; and Ar cle I V, L ier. AT TA C H M E N T S : Descrip on Amendment to New Hanover Code of Ordinance Section 23-80. Civil Citations; Article III, Nuisances; and Article IV, Litter C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anag er) R ecommend adoption. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 9 Approved 5-0. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 9 1 An Ordinance of the Board of Commissioners of New Hanover County The Board of Commissioners of New Hanover County hereby ordains and decrees that New Hanover County Code Chapter 23 Environment be and is modified and amended as follows: Section 23-80. Civil Citation. 1. Article III, Nuisances, Civil Citations is recaptioned “Enforcement and Penalties” and is amended as follows: The county sheriff’s department and/or county environmental management may issue a citation which subjects the offender to a civil penalty of $100.00 for the first offense, $300.00 for a second offense, $500.00 for a third and $800.00 for subsequent offense, or as otherwise set forth in an Adopted Fee Schedule. Provided, however, a bulk content violation, consisting of any debris, trash, derelict structures, vehicles, boats or household or commercial items, demolition material, chemicals, or vegetation in excess of five (5) cubic yards quantity, may incur a civil penalty of $1,000.00 per offense, or as otherwise set forth in an Adopted Fee Schedule. Penalty may be recovered by the county in a civil action in the nature of debt if the offender does not pay the penalty within twenty (20) days after being cited. Violation of this article shall result only in civil penalties and/or civil action set forth in the article and shall not entail criminal sanctions unless otherwise authorized by penal statutes or ordinances. Each day of a continuing violation shall constitute a separate offense under this article. More than one (1) violation occurring on a subject property with one or more same owner(s) or occupant(s) or offender(s) shall be deemed additional and subsequent regardless of the date or time of occurrence. All civil penalties are in addition to any abatement costs and administrative fees. 2. Article IV, Litter, Section 23-200, Section 23-300, Enforcement and Penalties, is amended as follows: The county sheriff’s department and/or county environmental management may issue a citation which subjects the offender to a civil penalty of $100.00 for the first offense, $300.00 for a second offense, $500.00 for a third and $800.00 for subsequent offense, or as otherwise set forth in an Adopted Fee Schedule. Provided, however, a bulk content violation, consisting of any debris, trash, derelict structures, vehicles, boats or household or commercial items, demolition material, chemicals, or vegetation in excess of five (5) cubic yards quantity, may incur a civil penalty of $1,000.00 per offense, or as otherwise set forth in an Adopted Fee Schedule. Penalty Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 1 2 may be recovered by the county in a civil action in the nature of debt if the offender does not pay the penalty within twenty (20) days after being cited. Violation of this article shall result only in civil penalties and/or civil action set forth in the article and shall not entail criminal sanctions unless otherwise authorized by penal statutes or ordinances. Each day of a continuing violation shall constitute a separate offense under this article. More than one (1) violation occurring on a subject property with one or more same owner(s) or occupant(s) or offender(s) shall be deemed additional and subsequent regardless of the date or time of occurrence. All civil penalties are in addition to any abatement costs and administrative fees. 3. Expect as expressly amended above. Chapter 23 Environment shall remain unaltered and in full force and effect. This the __________ day of ____________________, 2021. NEW HANOVER COUNTY (SEAL) __________________________________ Chair _________________________________ Clerk to the Board Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 9 - 1 - 2 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQU E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 8/2/2021 Regular D E PA R T M E N T: Tax P R E S E N T E R (S ): Allison Snell, Tax Administrator C O N TA C T (S ): Trina L ewis, C ollecons S uperviso r S U B J EC T: C onsidera(on of the 2020 A nnual Tax S e/lemen t B R I E F S U M M A RY: I n acco rdance with N orth C aro lina General Sta tutes, the Tax C ollecto r must make an annual repo rt of se"lement f o r the fi sca l year 2020-2021 and prio r years. N ew Ha nover's overall co llecon rate is up .22% to 99.32. F ire District is up .36% to 99.45. S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: G ood G overnance S trong F inancial Performance P roacvely manage the county budget R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : Appro ve the 2020 Annual Tax Se"lement. AT TA C H M E N T S : Descripon 2020 Annual Tax Settlement C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anag er) R ecommend approval. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Approved 5-0. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 10 New Hanover County Tax Administration 2020 Annual Tax Settlement Allison Snell –Tax Administrator Trina Lewis –Collections Supervisor Tax Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 0 - 1 - 1 Introduction: •Per N.C. General Statute 105-373 the Tax Collector must make a report of settlement for the fiscal Year 2020-2021 and prior years. Tax 2 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 0 - 1 - 2 2020 LEVY NEW HANOVER COUNTY Tax 3 Adjusted Total Levy Actual Collections Uncollected % Collected Real Property General Fund $151,348,025.79 $150,868,850.19 $479,175.60 99.68% Debt Service $19,793,983.90 $19,728,248.66 $65,735.24 99.67% Personal Property General Fund $14,852,699.34 $14,128,998.00 $723,701.34 95.08% Debt Service $1,933,938.42 $1,838,660.00 $95,278.42 95.07% Motor Vehicle General Fund $13,052,503.71 $13,052,503.71 -100% Debt Service $1,722,331.27 $1,722,331.27 -100% Grand Total General Fund $179,253,228.84 $178,050,351.90 $1,202,876.94 99.32% Debt Service $23,450,253.59 $23,289,239.93 $161,013.66 99.32% Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 0 - 1 - 3 Tax 4 99.15 99.28 99.36 99.10 99.32 99.13 99.28 99.37 99.11 99.32 98.95 99.00 99.05 99.10 99.15 99.20 99.25 99.30 99.35 99.40 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 5 Year Comparison New Hanover County General Fund Debt Service Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 0 - 1 - 4 2020 LEVY FIRE DISTRICT Adjusted Total Billed Actual Collections Uncollected % Collected Real Property General Fund $9,019,486.98 $8,989,432.83 $30,054.15 99.67% Personal Property General Fund $1,045,407.44 $1,015,098.69 $30,308.75 97.10% Motor Vehicle General Fund $995,679.39 $995,679.39 100.00% Grand Total General Fund $11,060,573.81 $11,000,210.91 $60,362.90 99.45% Tax 5 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 0 - 1 - 5 99.08 99.26 99.35 99.09 99.45 98.80 98.90 99.00 99.10 99.20 99.30 99.40 99.50 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 5 Year Comparison Fire District General Fund Tax 6 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 0 - 1 - 6 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQU E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 8/2/2021 Regular D E PA R T M E N T: Sheriff P R E S E N T E R(S ): C hief D eputy Ken Sarvis C O N TA C T (S ): C hief Deputy Ken Sarvis S U B J EC T: P ublic Hearing and C onsidera-on of A pproval to S ubmit a J oint A pplica-on with the C ity of Wilmington to the Edward By rne M emorial J us-ce A ssistance Gran t (JAG) P rogram for 2021 Funding from the U.S . Department of J us-c e B R I E F S U M M A RY: T he JA G pro gram provides states and units of lo cal governments with c ri c al funding nec essa ry to support a ra nge o f pro gram areas inc luding law enf o rcement, prosecu o n, drug treatment and enforcement, crime vic m and witness ini a ves, planning, evalua on and technology improvement progra ms. N ew Ha nover C ounty and the C ity o f W ilmington are cer fi ed as disparate agencies; therefore 2021 JA G grant f unding in the a mo unt of $86,805 is eligible as a joint alloca o n; N ew Hanover C ounty will receive $43,403 and the C ity o f W ilmington will receive $43,402. Submi3al of a jo int a pplic a on is required f o r disparate agencies. T he dura o n of the grant is three years. T he funds may be used during the grant's term which is 10/1/2020 thro ugh 9/30/2024. T here is no lo cal match requirement. S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: S uperior P ublic H ealth & S afety S us tain the community capacity to pr epare for and res pond to public s afety demands Reduce or prevent community r is ks R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : C o nduct a public hearing on the use of the 2021 JA G gra nt funding. A;er closing the public hearing, authorize the Sheriff's O ffi ce to submit a joint applica on for the 2021 JA G Gra nt with the C ity o f W ilmingto n, and authorize the C o unty Manager to execute the required C ounty/C ity Memo randum o f U nderstanding. AT TA C H M E N T S : Descrip on Script MOU for 2021 JAG Grant C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anag er) Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 11 C onduct public hearing. Recommend approval. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : C onducted public hearing. Approved 5-0. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 11 Page 1 of 1 SCRIPT FOR AGENDA ITEM August 2, 2021 CHAIRMAN OLSON-BOSEMAN: I will now open a public hearing to receive comments on the 2021 JAG grant funding. The JAG program provides states and local governments with funding necessary to support law enforcement, prosecution prevention and education programs, community corrections, drug treatment and enforcement, crime victim and witness initiatives, planning, evaluation and technology improvement programs. New Hanover County and the City of Wilmington are certified as disparate agencies; therefore, the 2021 JAG grant funding in the amount of $86,805 is eligible as a joint allocation of $43,403 to County and $43,402 to City. There is no local match. The Board will now hear public comments. Hear comments, if any. I will now close the public hearing. Is there a motion to approve the 2021 JAG grant funding? Staff is directed to execute a Memorandum of Understanding between New Hanover County and the City of Wilmington. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 11- 1 - 1 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS Edward Byrne Justice Assistance Grant Program FY 2021 Local Solicitation Certifications and Assurances by the Chief Executive of the Applicant Government On behalf of the applicant unit of local government named below, in support of that locality’s application for an award under the FY 2021 Edward Byrne Justice Assistance Grant (“JAG”) Program, and further to 34 U.S.C. § 10153(a), I certify to the Office of Justice Programs (“OJP”), U.S. Department of Justice (“USDOJ”), that all of the following are true and correct: 1. I am the chief executive of the applicant unit of local government named below, and I have the authority to make the following representations on my own behalf as chief executive and on behalf of the applicant unit of local government. I understand that these representations will be relied upon as material in any OJP decision to make an award, under the application described above, to the applicant unit of local government. 2. I certify that no federal funds made available by the award (if any) that OJP makes based on the application described above will be used to supplant local funds, but will be used to increase the amounts of such funds that would, in the absence of federal funds, be made available for law enforcement activities. 3. I assure that the application described above (and any amendment to that application) was submitted for review to the governing body of the unit of local government (e.g., city council or county commission), or to an organization designated by that governing body, not less than 30 days before the date of this certification. 4. I assure that, before the date of this certification— (a) the application described above (and any amendment to that application) was made public; and (b) an opportunity to comment on that application (or amendment) was provided to citizens and to neighborhood or community-based organizations, to the extent applicable law or established procedure made such an opportunity available. 5. I assure that, for each fiscal year of the award (if any) that OJP makes based on the application described above, the applicant unit of local government will maintain and report such data, records, and information (programmatic and financial), as OJP may reasonably require. 6. I have carefully reviewed 34 U.S.C. § 10153(a)(5), and, with respect to the programs to be funded by the award (if any), I hereby make the certification required by section 10153(a)(5), as to each of the items specified therein. _ Signature of Chief Executive of the Applicant Unit of Local Government _ Date of Certification _ _ Printed Name of Chief Executive _ Title of Chief Executive _ _ Name of Applicant Unit of Local Government _ _ _ Rev. May 11, 2021 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 11- 2 - 1 Page 1 of 3 New Hanover County Contract # ____________ STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF NEW HANOVER MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING This Memorandum of Understanding is entered into this the ______ day of ____________ 2021 by and between the undersigned officials of New Hanover County, North Carolina and Wilmington, North Carolina (hereinafter referred to as “City”) in order to facilitate obtaining Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grants (JAG) through the United States Department of Justice. Further, all understandings contained herein are contingent upon the timely passage of appropriate funding resolutions by the parties’ respective governing bonds. RECITALS WHEREAS, the United States Department of Justice has announced the availability of certain Edward Byrne Memorial Assistance Grant Funds through its Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance; and WHEREAS, pursuant to federal law The Attorney General of the United States and The United States Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics, has determined and certified that the county bears more than fifty percent of the prosecution or incarceration costs arising from Part 1 violent crimes; and WHEREAS, the County and the City recognize that it would be in mutual best interest of all parties, as well as, the furtherance of the public interest and advancement of public safety, to cooperate one with the other in the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Process, and further, to enter into an agreement to equitably share said grant funds. NOW THEREFORE, the parties hereto enter into the following mutual understanding contained herein: 1. The County and City shall join in the herein described grant process, shall use their best efforts to facilitate said process to include, but not limited to, the submission of appropriate and timely funding resolutions to their respective governing boards, and shall cooperate one with the other. 2. There parties hereto agree to share on a percentage based distribution (50% City and 50% County) any and all funds awarded under the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant and further each party shall determine their individual funding needs. The above stated percentages shall be adjusted accordingly to reflect the actual cost of the equipment to be acquired. 3. Based on the individual funding needs as determined by the parties and subject to the approval of each parties’ governing board, each party may contribute a proportional share of any matching funds if deemed appropriate. 4. In the event the actual grant award is less than the original amount requested then the amount awarded to each party shall be proportionately decreased and each parties’ matching fund share be proportionately decreased (i.e., if the overall grant Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 11- 2 - 2 Page 2 of 3 award is reduced by 10% then the amount to the County and/or City would decrease by 10% and the matching funds contributed by either the County and/or the City would be reduced by 10%). 5. The County shall act as lead agency and shall be responsible for the following: submitting the grant application filing all necessary attachments on behalf of both agencies for the requiring application; receive the electronic drawdown; and transfer the shared portion to the County; and handle grant monitoring and close- out. Further, the City shall provide the County with receipts of the designated expenditures in order for the County to submit the appropriate financial and program reports. No administrative fee shall be charged by either party. All funds will be used strictly for law enforcement purposes. 6. The County Manager has designated the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office to submit the application on behalf of both parties and shall provide any additional documents requested by the JAG program office. 7. This agreement shall commence on the ______ day of __________ 2021 and shall remain in effect until completion of the grant award pursuant to the Fiscal Year 2024 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant. 8. The terms and provisions enumerated herein shall constitute the entire understanding between the parties. This Memorandum of Understanding shall not be modified or otherwise amended except in writing signed by the parties. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Memorandum of Understanding as of the day and year first above written. NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA _____________________________________________ County Manager ATTEST: _____________________________________________ Clerk to the Board CITY OF WILMINGTON _____________________________________________ City Manager ATTEST: _______________________________________________ City Clerk Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 11- 2 - 3 Page 3 of 3 New Hanover County Contract #______________ This instrument has been pre-audited in the manner required by the Local Government Budget and Fiscal Control Act. __________________________________________ County Finance Director Approved as to form: __________________________________________ County Attorney Approved as to form: __________________________________________ City Attorney City Accountant’s Certification This instrument has been pre-audited in the manner required by the Local Budget and Fiscal Control Act this the ______ day of ___________________ 2021. ___________________________________________ City Finance Director Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 11- 2 - 4 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQU E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 8/2/2021 Regular D E PA R T M E N T: Planning P R E S E N T E R(S ): Ken Vafier, Planning Supervisor C O N TA C T (S ): Ken Vafier; Rebekah Roth, P lanning & L a nd U se D irecto r S U B J EC T: P ublic Hearing Rezoning Request (Z 21-08) – Request by T D R-HL , L LC , A pplicant and P roperty Owner, to Rezone A pproximately 62.77 A cres of L and L ocated at 1308 C rooked P ine Road from R-15, ResidenA al Distric t, to P D, P lanned Development District, in Order to Develop a M ixed-U se P roject B R I E F S U M M A RY: T he applicant is seeking to rezone approximately 62.77 acres of land lo cated a t 1308 C rooked Pine Road from R -15 to P D (Planned Development) in order to develop a mixed-use pro ject. T he Planned D evelo pment (P D) distric t is a type o f condi4onal zoning district that includes a site specific design (master plan) and mutually agreed upo n co ndi4o ns c an be a5ached. Master plans for P D districts are intended to be in a bubble f o rmat that illustrate the general loca4o n a nd intensity o f the land uses within the development. Planned Developments are o8en used for la rger, mul4-phase pro jects o r integrated projects with longer an4cipated build- outs. T his appro ach is intended to balance pro viding fl exibility so a projec t can a da pt to c ha nges in ma rket co ndi4o ns while providing a clear expecta4on of future develo pment for stakeho lders and adjacent pro perty o wners. T he pro posed P D district wo uld allow for the develo pment of a mixed-use project centered around a node at the planned intersec4on of the Murrayville Road E xtensio n and Military C utoff E xtensio n. T he proposal would extend Murrayville Road appro ximately ¼ mile eastward to the intersec4o n o f Military C utoff E xtensio n to provide addi4o nal interconnec4vity in this po r4o n of the county. T his extension wo uld create three master-planned areas within the subject site centered around a mixed-use core along a neighborho o d streetscape f ro n4ng the Murrayville E xtensio n. T he master plan propo ses a maximum o f 473 residen4al units, which are a n4cipated to inc lude a range of housing op4o ns such a s single-f amily a5ached, mul4-family, and senior living. T he Traffic I mpact Analysis (T I A) for the project was scoped for just under 300,000 total square feet o f co mmercial spa c e centered around a co mmercial core f ro n4ng the Murrayville Roa d E xtensio n with addi4onal po ten4al commercial space o n the east side of the Military C utoff E xtensio n. T he co mmercial areas could be develo ped a s a ny of the commercial uses permi5ed in the P D district. T hese uses generally consist o f offi ce, retail, restaurant, perso nal service, lodging, and vehicle sales and services. I n addi4on, the commercial areas wo uld allow for a select amo unt o f ins4tu4onal uses and limited industrial/manufacturing uses. U nder the C o unty ’s performance residen4al standards, the site wo uld be permi5ed up to 157 dwelling units at a density of 2.5 du/ac. T he pro posed maximum of 473 units equates to an overall maximum density of 7.54 du/ac. A Traffic I mpact Analysis (T I A) was completed fo r the pro ject and appro ved by N C D OT and the W M P O. T he notable roadway impro vements required for the projec t include the installa4o n of turning lanes and signaliza4o n at key intersec4ons such as Murrayville Ro ad E xtension and Military C utoff E xtension, Military C uto ff E xtensio n and Planta4o n Road, and the installa4on of a roundabo ut on the Murra yville Road E xtensio n. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12 B ased on a generalized histo ric genera4on rate, sta ff would es4mate that the increase in homes would result in appro ximately 69 addi4o nal students than wo uld be generated under current zoning. T he general student genera4on rate pro vides only a n es4mate of an4cipated student yield as different fo rms o f housing at different pric e po ints yield different numbers o f students. O ver the past f o ur years, staff has also seen a decline in the number o f students generated by new development. Student numbers remained rela4vely stable between 2015 and 2020 (excep4ng the impacts o f the C OV I D-19 pandemic), while 14,500 new residen4al units were permi5ed acro ss the county. I n addi4on, the student po pula4on is an4cipated to only gro w by appro ximately 1,300 students over the next 10 years based on the recent N ew Hanover C ounty Scho o ls Facility N eeds S tudy. Please refer to the Scho o ls sec 4o n included in this report for addi4o nal informa4on on school enrollment a nd c apacity. W hile the area wa s zoned f o r low density ho using in the la te 1960s a nd early 1970s, the 2016 C omprehensive Plan reco mmends a mixture o f commercial uses and residen4a l densi4es ranging f ro m 8 to 15 dwelling units per acre. T he extension o f Murrayville Ro ad to Military C uto ff E xtensio n is included in the W MPO 2045 Metropo litan Transpo rta4on Pla n (M T P) and is an4cipated to be u4lized as a significant east/west collector ro ad that will connect C astle Hayne Ro ad to Military C uto ff, allowing access to the Murrayville, N o rthchase, and the L a ney High Scho o l areas. I n addi4on, it is an4cipated that the Murra yville Ro ad E xtensio n and comple4on of the Military C utoff E xtensio n ma y aid in allevia4ng traffic a lo ng Market S treet, Gordon Road and other loca l roadways as moto rists have addi4o nal ro utes to rea ch their des4na4o n in the no rthern po r4o n of the C ounty. T he pro posed master plan establishes a new mixed-use node centered around the intersec4on o f Murra yville Road E xtensio n and Military C utoff E xtensio n. T his would make commercial services availa ble to nearby residents without having to travel to exis4ng services alo ng Market Street, N C ollege Road, and further south on Military C utoff. T he 2016 C o mprehensive Plan classifi es the site as C ommunity Mixed U se. T he proposed P D rezoning is generally C O N S I S T E N T with the 2016 C omprehensive P lan bec ause the project provides f o r the types and mixture o f uses reco mmended in the C ommunity Mixed U se Place Type, the residen4a l densi4es are in-line with tho se recommended within this place type, and the project will develop a new c o mmercia l node in clo se proximity to nearby residents. T he Planning B oard considered this applica4on at their J uly 8, 2021 mee4ng and recommended approval o f the applica4on (6-0), finding it to be: C O N S I S T E N T with the purposes and intent o f the C omprehensive Plan because the project provides f o r the types and mixture o f uses recommended in the C ommunity Mixed U se place type, the residen4al densi4es are in-line with tho se reco mmended within this place type, and the projec t will develop a new commercial no de in close pro ximity to nearby residents. T he Pla nning B oard also found A P P R OVA L of the rezoning request is reaso nable and in the public interest be c a us e the pro posal would benefit the community by providing diverse housing op4ons and co mmercial services to nearby residents and promote principals of walkable urbanism. T he propo sal also provides a transi4o n fro m a mixed-use node to adjacent single-f amily residen4al neighbo rhoods, addi4onal access po ints to proper4es ea st of Military C uto ff E xtension, and extensio n o f water and sewer services which will allow f o r integrated planning for future community services. S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: I ntelligent G row th & Economic D evelopment Encourage development of complete communi4 es in the unincorpor ated county Ci4 z ens have daily needs met by N H C bus ines s es and s upport them Ens ure N H C has appropriate hous ing to s uppor t bus ines s growth I ncreas e connec4vity of res idents to each other and their inves tment to New H anover County Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12 R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : S taff concurs with the P lanning B oard’s recomm endaAon a nd suggests the following mo4on: I mo ve to A P P R OV E the propo sed rezoning to a P D district. I fi nd it to be C O N S I S T E N T with the purposes and intent of the C omprehensive Plan because the project provides for the types a nd mixture of uses recommended in the C o mmunity Mixed U se place type, the residen4al densi4es are in-line with tho se recommended within this place type, and the project will develo p a new commercial node in close proximity to nearby residents. I also find A P P R OVA L of the rezoning request is reaso na ble and in the public interest because the propo sa l would benefi t the community by providing diverse ho using op4o ns and co mmercial services to nearby residents and pro mo te principa ls of walkable urbanism. T he propo sal also pro vides a transi4on fro m a mixed-use node to adjacent single-family residen4al neighborho o ds, addi4onal access po ints to proper4es east of Military C uto ff E xtensio n, and extensio n of water and sewer servic es which will allow f o r integrated planning for future community servic es. A lternaA ve M oAon for Denial I mo ve to D E N Y the propo sed rezo ning to a P D district. W hile I find it to be C O N S I S T E N T with the purposes and intent o f the C omprehensive Plan because the projec t provides f o r the types and mixture of uses recommended in the C o mmunity Mixed U se place type, the residen4al densi4es are in-line with those recommended f o r the property, and the pro ject will provide c o mmercia l services in clo se proximity to nearby residents, I find D E N I A L of the rezoning request is rea sonable and in the public interest because the proposal is not consistent with the desired character o f the surrounding community and the density will adversely impact the adjacent neighbo rhoods. AT TA C H M E N T S : Descrip4on Z21-08 Script BOC Z21-08 Staff Report BOC Z21-08 Zoning Map Z21-08 FLUM Z21-08 Neighboring Properties Applicant Materials Cover Z21-08 Application Z21-08 App Narrative Z21-08 T&C Z21-08 Survey Site Plan CS Z21-08 Master Plan C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anag er) R ecommend approval as presented by staff. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12 Approved 5-0. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12 SCRIPT for Zoning Map Amendment Application (Z21-08) Request by TDR-HL, LLC, applicant and property owner, to rezone approximately 62.77 acres of land located at 1308 Crooked Pine Road from R-15, Residential District to PD Planned Development District, in order to develop a mixed-use project. 1. This is a public hearing. We will hear a presentation from staff. Then the applicant and any opponents will each be allowed 15 minutes for their presentation and additional 5 minutes for rebuttal. 2. Conduct Hearing, as follows: a. Staff presentation b. Applicant’s presentation (up to 15 minutes) c. Opponent’s presentation (up to 15 minutes) d. Applicant’s rebuttal (up to 5 minutes) e. Opponent’s rebuttal (up to 5 minutes) 3. Close the public hearing 4. Board discussion 5. Vote on the application. The motion should include a statement saying how the change is, or is not, consistent with the land use plan and why approval or denial of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the public interest. Example Motion of Approval I move to APPROVE the proposed rezoning to a PD district. I find it to be CONSISTENT with the purposes and intent of the Comprehensive Plan because the project provides for the types and mixture of uses recommended in the Community Mixed Use place type, the residential densities are in-line with those recommended within this place type, and the project will develop a new commercial node in close proximity to nearby residents. I also find APPROVAL of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the public interest because the proposal would benefit the community by providing diverse housing options and commercial services to nearby residents and promote principals of walkable urbanism. The proposal also provides a transition from a mixed-use node to adjacent single-family residential neighborhoods, additional access points to properties east of Military Cutoff Extension, and extension of water and sewer services which will allow for integrated planning for future community services. Example Motion of Denial I move to DENY the proposed rezoning to a PD district. While I find it to be CONSISTENT with the purposes and intent of the Comprehensive Plan because the project provides for the types and mixture of uses recommended in the Community Mixed Use place type, the residential densities are in-line with those recommended for the property, and the project will provide commercial services in close proximity to nearby residents, I find DENIAL of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the public interest because the proposal is not consistent with the desired character of the surrounding community and the density will adversely impact the adjacent neighborhoods. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 1 - 1 Alternative Motion for Approval/Denial: I move to [Approve/Deny] the proposed rezoning to a PD district. I find it to be [Consistent/Inconsistent] with the purposes and intent of the Comprehensive Plan because [insert reasons] __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ I also find [Approval/Denial] of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the public interest because [insert reasons] __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 1 - 2 Z21-08 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 1 of 35 STAFF REPORT FOR Z21-08 PLANNED DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION APPLICATION SUMMARY Case Number: Z21-08 Request: Rezoning to a Planned Development (PD) district Applicant: Property Owner(s): TDR-HL, LLC TDR-HL, LLC Location: Acreage: Eastern terminus of Murrayville Road 62.77 PID(s): Comp Plan Place Type: R02800-004-031-000 R02800-004-104-000 Community Mixed Use Existing Land Use: Proposed Land Use: Undeveloped Mixed-Use development Current Zoning: Proposed Zoning: R-15, Residential PD, Planned Development SURROUNDING AREA LAND USE ZONING North Undeveloped R-15 East Undeveloped R-15 South Single-Family Residential R-15 West Undeveloped, Single-Family Residential attached and detached R-15, R-5 Z21-08 Murrayville Node Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 1 Z21-08 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 2 of 35 ZONING HISTORY July 7, 1972 Initially zoned R-15 (Area 8B) COMMUNITY SERVICES Water/Sewer Water and sewer services are available through CFPUA. Specific design will be determined during site plan review, and mainline extensions will be required. Fire Protection New Hanover County Fire Services, New Hanover County Northern Fire District, New Hanover County Murrayville Station Schools Murrayville Elementary, Trask Middle, and Laney High Schools Recreation Smith Creek Park, Olsen Park, Ogden Park CONSERVATION, HISTORIC, & ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESOURCES Conservation No known conservation resources Historic No known historic resources Archaeological No known archaeological resources Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 2 Z21-08 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 3 of 35 APPLICANT’S PROPOSED MASTER PLAN Overview • The Planned Development (PD) district is a type of conditional zoning district that includes a site-specific design (master plan), and mutually agreed upon conditions can be attached. Master plans for PD districts are intended to be in a “bubble” format that illustrate the general location and intensity of the land uses within the development. Planned developments must be constructed in accordance with the standards established in the approved master plan and must comply with all other applicable development regulations (stormwater, landscaping, roadways, parking, etc.). Compliance with the master plan and other applicable regulations is verified during the review of a site-specific development proposal located within the planned development. • The PD district was established to encourage innovative, integrated, and efficient land planning and site design concepts that achieve a high quality of development, environmental sensitivity, and adequate public facilities and services. The PD district can also provide more flexibility from conventional development standards, such as parking and street design, in order to help create a more mixed-use, pedestrian-oriented development. UDO Section 3.3.7 – Planned Development (PD) District Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 3 Z21-08 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 4 of 35 • Planned Developments are often used for larger, multi-phase projects or integrated projects with longer anticipated build-outs. This approach is intended to balance providing flexibility so a project can adapt to changes in market conditions while providing a clear expectation of future development for stakeholders and adjacent property owners. Proposed Site Plan with Staff Markups • The proposed PD district would allow for the development of a mixed-use project centered around a mixed-use node at the planned intersection of the Murrayville Road Extension and Military Cutoff Extension. The proposal would extend Murrayville Road approximately ¼ mile eastward to the intersection of Military Cutoff Extension to provide additional interconnectivity in this portion of the county. • This extension would create three master-planned areas within the subject site centered around a mixed-use core along a neighborhood streetscape fronting the Murrayville Road Extension. A proposed roundabout and additional access points are planned along this segment of the roadway to provide internal interconnectivity to other portions of the development. 17 du/ac 7 du/ac Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 4 Z21-08 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 5 of 35 • On the north side of the Murrayville Road Extension, approximately 14.37 acres fronting the roadway is planned for a mix of uses including commercial, multi-family residential, and senior living. An additional 18.26 acres north of this area is planned for residential development and senior living consisting of approximately 312 units in a range of housing options at a maximum density of 17 du/ac abutting currently undeveloped tracts. • On the south side of the Murrayville Road Extension, approximately 7.41 acres adjacent to the roadway is planned for a mix of commercial and multi-family residential. An additional 8.54 acres south of this area is planned for a maximum of 60 townhomes at a density of 7 du/ac, providing a transition from the mixed-use areas along the Murrayville Road Extension to single-family detached portions of Hanover Reserve south of the subject site which have been previously approved. • On the eastern side of the Military Cutoff Extension, four areas totaling 19.57 acres are planned for either residential or commercial development to provide flexibility in adapting to market conditions. Specific uses and area totals for commercial development were listed for study in the Traffic Impact Analysis (detailed in the TIA section of this report). Generally, the proposed commercial development in the TIA scope consists of just under 300,000 total square feet of non-residential development. • The proposal contains a maximum of 473 residential units throughout the subject site. 372 units are proposed with a range of housing products in addition to senior living on the western side of Military Cutoff Extension. The remainder of residential units may be spread throughout the other areas identified as Residential on the master plan but will not exceed the proposed maximum. • Building heights in the solely residential areas of the master plan (Section A and D) are proposed at a 65’ maximum except for the planned townhomes in Section D, where a 35’ maximum is proposed. • Building heights in the commercial and mixed-use areas of the master plan (Sections B, C, E, F, G) are proposed at an 80’ maximum except for buildings adjacent to the periphery of the site, where a 60’ maximum is proposed. The PD district allows for 80’ maximum building heights in Community Mixed Use areas identified on the New Hanover County Future Land Use Map and fronting along a collector, minor arterial, or principal arterial. • The applicant’s proposed Terms & Conditions document states that areas designated for Residential Use on the proposed master plan may allow any residential land use permitted within the PD district except for the following: • Mobile Home; • Mobile Home, Doublewide; • Mobile Home Park; • Mobile Home Subdivision Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 5 Z21-08 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 6 of 35 • The applicant’s proposed Terms & Conditions document states that areas designated for Mixed-Use and Commercial on the proposed master plan may allow any commercial use permitted within the PD district. • These uses would include the following from the Principal Use Table in the UDO: Commercial Uses Bar/Nightclub Event Center Indoor Recreation Establishment Outdoor Recreation Establishment Animal Grooming Service Equestrian Facility Veterinary Service Bank/Financial Institution Business Service Center Funeral Services Mini-Warehouse/Self Storage Repair Shop Commercial Kitchen, Catering Microbrewery/ Microdistillery Restaurant Campground/RV Park Hotel or Motel Contractor Office Offices for Private Business/Professional Activities Dry Cleaning/Laundry Plant Instructional Services and Studios Personal Services, General Convenience Store Food Market Grocery Store Pharmacy Retail Nursery Retail Sales, Building and Construction Supplies Retail Sales, General Boat Dealer Car Wash Equipment Rental and Leasing Farm Implement Sales Fuel Sales Mobile Home and Prefab Building Sales Vehicle Rentals Vehicle Sales Vehicle Service Stations (Large, Major, Minor) Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 6 Z21-08 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 7 of 35 • In addition, the following office, civic and institutional, educational health care, industrial, and limited manufacturing uses are proposed to be allowed in the Mixed-Use and Commercial areas on the master plan: Office, Civic and Institutional, Educational Services, Health Care Facilities: Adult Day Care Child Care Center Family Child Care Home Library Community Center Lodges, Fraternal, & Social Organizations Museum Post Office Senior Living, Assisted Living, Continuing Care Retirement Community Hospital, Medical & Dental Office and Clinic Nursing and Rehabilitation Center Industrial and Limited Manufacturing: Broadcasting and Production Studio Research and Development Facility Artisan Manufacturing Beverage Manufacturing Mini-storage/self-storage Printing and Related Support Activities Office/Flex warehouse Watercraft and watercraft accessories and RV storage (if fenced/gated), includes drystack facilities Wholesaling • The proposed Terms & Conditions document states that the following uses will not be permitted within areas designated for Mixed-Use and Commercial on the proposed master plan: Animal Shelter; Kennel; Vehicle Towing Service Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 7 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 8 of 35 Compensating Community Benefits • In accordance with the standards of the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO), a Planned Development (PD) District must identify the compensating community benefit of the proposed project that helps achieve the stated goals of the district (noted on page 3). These benefits can include, but are not limited to: improved design, natural preservation, improved connectivity, mixed-use development, green building practices, and the dedication of land for public purposes. The applicant states the proposal would provide the below community benefits (quoted text taken directly from the application): 1. Improved Design “This project has four main components all contributing to improved design: • Building a roadway connection that can alleviate traffic congestion in the northern part of New Hanover County. • The extension of Murrayville Road which moves the County closer to achieving its 2045 transportation goals in extension of the Road to the east. This opens up opportunities for public/private partnership to further vehicular and pedestrian transportation/recreation corridors. • A mixed-use community developed in a newly opened commercial growth node created in the county by the Military Cutoff Extension (MCE) corridor. • A cohesively designed project offering a variety of housing types that act as a transition from the proposed commercial/mixed use areas to the existing single-family homes and undeveloped land in the area.” 2. Improved Connectivity for Pedestrians and/or Vehicles, Expansion of County-Wide Parks and Recreation Opportunities “Additional connections to existing roads, sidewalks, and paths allowing for bicycle and pedestrian facilities will be provided to improve connectivity internal to the development and, in appropriate places, to and from the development and existing residential and commercial development in the county, beyond the requirements of Section 5.2, Traffic, Access, and Connectivity.” “Murrayville Extension and the developer’s on-going work with NCDOT and County staff to plan the Murrayville Road Extension will further secure improved connectivity beyond the borders of the Murrayville area neighborhoods. This project will build an important connection of the County’s 2045 transportation plan that could link the Murrayville residents to the regional County amenity of Ogden Park, Market Street, and future growth nodes. The developer is open to discussing private/public partnerships extending multi-modal connections through the development to expand recreation opportunities beyond this development and recognizes the Military Cutoff Extension as a key way to connect a large section of New Hanover County to goods and services without overloading existing roadways. The road will help alleviate congestion in this portion of the County and will form an alternate route to and from area neighborhoods to goods and services within this project and beyond.” Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 8 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 9 of 35 3. Mixed-Use Development “The proposed development will have a mixture of residential and commercial uses and product types all integrating well thought out design for a variety of residents both in our existing communities and travelers passing through on the future connected bypass network. The mixture of uses will be fully determined as the market drives demand, but the product types identify the myriad of uses possible in the community. However, there could be vertically integrated mixed- use buildings planned as well. These buildings, if constructed as envisioned at this time, will likely be a significant part of the streetscape along Murrayville Road Extension. It is these buildings that will drive the design of the community focusing on streetscapes. Those streetscapes assign identity to a project, create spaces in which we can all partake, and create opportunities to link a variety of goods and services to both existing and newly created community. Mixed- use projects like this one will create parks and recreation opportunities in integrated paths, plazas, courtyards, amenities, and open spaces. These developments also offer a variety of housing types to support a range of incomes and lifestyles as well as supporting an existing, well-established, and thriving single-family community in the nearby neighborhood.” 4. Architectural Design “The roadway connection is not only focused on vehicles. While the roadway connection will create significant positive impacts to the County as a whole, the road design will also include sidewalks/paths integrated into the overall proposed PD development which enhances pedestrian and bicycle use. This could be a public/private partnership to create a multi-use path (MUP). The sidewalks and paths are intended to be integrated into the plazas and landscaped streetscape along Murrayville Road to create a welcoming streetscape. The applicant intends to introduce safe corridors for the pedestrians to access and interact with the proposed retail/office/restaurant pocket parks, courtyards, and outdoor dining areas. This multi-faceted roadway design will set the tone for the entire development and create a walkable community accessible by sidewalks among and landscaped corridors.” “Beyond the connectivity, the mixed-use project will be cohesively designed, meaning the master planned community can create common design themes tying the community together and smoothly transitioning more intensive commercial uses to smaller scale retail, restaurant, and mixed-use buildings to multi-family to townhomes before abutting the existing undeveloped and single-family neighborhoods in the area.” 5. Transportation Facilities “The project is planning both improved design in the architectural and landscape architectural design as well as an improved traffic design for the area. The developers of this project have worked with New Hanover County planning staff and NCDOT to develop a plan to extend an existing dead-end road, Murrayville Road, to the Military Cutoff Extension (MCE) which is currently under construction. All parties recognized the potential for a commercial node at a new prominent traffic corridor, the MCE. The developer’s plans include extension of the Murrayville Road Extension running through the project as a public right of way to be dedicated to NCDOT. This connection provides a much-needed alternative route for a large number of residents in Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 9 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 10 of 35 northern New Hanover County. Currently, northern New Hanover County relies heavily on connections to Market Street to get out of their neighborhoods and out to shopping, dining, and entertainment. By converting a dead-end road into an extended road accessing the primary traffic corridor to alleviate traffic on Market Street, especially in the northern part of the county.” 6. Other Community Benefits “The northern part of New Hanover County is primarily large tracts of vacant land, many tracts without paved roads or adequate access to property and major road networks. One reason for this portion of the county being undeveloped or at the edge of development is the lack of available sewer to support commercial and denser residential development. This project is actively seeking solutions in linking sewer to this development, a potential major commercial and mixed-use hub in New Hanover County. The community benefits are that sewer could be available to a new section of New Hanover County opening up an area for expanded tax base.” “Improved road connectivity within New Hanover County and nearby counties will be constructed without drastic impacts on existing road infrastructure. Goods and services, dining and entertainment will be offered to a large section of existing homes in northern New Hanover County, all with infrastructure built by and because of this project. While this is new development, it is smart development in all the ways our County’s future land use plan targets as goals and planning guidelines. This project offers so many benefits to the neighboring community by virtue of location and commitment to finding the right infrastructure improvements to better our County as a whole.” Terms and Conditions • In accordance with the standards of the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO), a Planned Development (PD) District includes a Terms and Conditions document that details any conditions of approval or proposed modifications to development standards. The following notable proposed conditions of the proposal are listed below. The full Terms and Conditions document is included in the application and will be incorporated with the master plan if the rezoning is approved. 1. The use, density of use, and maximum building heights for the areas depicted in detail as on the development plans represent the proposed Planned Development (PD) Zoning district. The detail of the proposed zoning district requirements is represented on the Master Planned Development (MPD) master plan, but this terms and conditions document generally refers to the broad category of use as Commercial, Retail, Restaurant, Office, Mixed-Use, Multi-Family, and/or townhomes. The uses, and other regulations and conditions approved with this terms and conditions document and the MPD may be amended or modified in accordance with County requirements as necessary. 2. Approval of this rezoning does not constitute technical approval of the site plan. Issuance of all required permits must occur prior to construction commencing. 3. Proposed maximum density of residential units on this MDP PD is 473 total units, or 7.54 du/ac. 4. Sidewalks will be provided in ways that promote pedestrian safety and access through the site. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 10 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 11 of 35 One component of the proposed plan includes coordinating with NCDOT to develop an extension of the multi-use path (MUP) along the Military Cutoff Extension corridor which is currently projected to end adjacent to the project boundary. The potential extension of the MUP is estimated at least 8’ wide along one side of the proposed Murrayville Road extension. Murrayville Road extension is identified as the portion of road connecting to the end of the existing Murrayville Road and continuing to the intersection with the Military Cutoff Extension roadway The developer would coordinate with NCDOT and New Hanover County to identify a safe crossing across Military Cutoff Extension from the MUP to the developer’s proposed Murrayville Road MUP. 5. Vehicular access from the master planned development site through to Murrayville Road Extension is open to the public with no gated access. 6. The developer reserves the right to construct a gated access to the multi-family site to be accessed by residents of the MPD and by emergency vehicles. 7. Existing vegetation will be augmented as required to meet opacity standards within the project’s twenty-foot (20) buffer (depicted on the MPD master plan). The buffer is subject to the applicant’s right to install required utilities and infrastructure and make any changes required by this zoning. To the extent necessary to satisfy County standards, additional vegetation, as well as fencing, will be added to the buffer area sufficient to establish required opacity in areas adjacent to residential uses. 8. The street yard along Murrayville Road is intended to create a streetscape integrating the street yard landscape with the MUP as well as the plazas, courtyards, outdoor dining facilities, and entrances to proposed businesses. Buildings are encouraged to be close to the right of way or provide outdoor seating, dining, courtyards, fountains, or other amenities. As such, the project proposes a creative standard for the Murrayville Extension streetscape. *Full standards are located within the Terms & Conditions Document* 9. The Residential, Mixed Use and Commercial areas of the MDP shall be limited to the uses listed in the Terms and Conditions document (described on page 5 above). Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 11 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 12 of 35 ZONING CONSIDERATIONS • The R-15 district in this area was established in 1972. At the time, the purpose of the R-15 district was to ensure that housing served by private septic and well would be developed at low densities. Since that time, water and sewer services have become available to the surrounding area; however, it is still mostly zoned for low density housing. • Under the County’s performance residential standards, the site would be permitted up to 157 dwelling units at a density of 2.5 du/ac. The proposed 473 units equates to an overall density of 7.54 du/ac. • The subject property is adjacent to other portions of the Hanover Reserve development. From 2014 to 2021, separate phases of The Sanctuary at Hanover Reserve were platted with a total of 172 units at a density of 2.5 units per acre, located south of the proposed master plan. In January 2020, the Board of Commissioners approved a rezoning of 6.58 acres located directly southwest of the proposed master plan from R-15 to R-5 to develop 41 townhomes at a density of 6.2 units per acre. It was anticipated that the townhomes would assist in providing a transition in density from the single-family detached development nearby to a future node at the subject site with a future extension of Murrayville Road. • By adding mixed-use zoning to the subject site, commercial services would be located within this larger residential area and access would be provided directly from the Murrayville Road Extension and Military Cutoff Extension. This proposal would provide commercial services closer to the surrounding residential housing, reducing travel time to these services and alleviating congestion along the internal local street network. Subject Site Hanover Reserve Townhomes The Sanctuary at Hanover Reserve Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 12 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 13 of 35 • The proposed master plan provides flexibility in the uses permitted in the planning areas, but a mixture of uses that includes non-residential components would be expected in these areas due to the anticipated costs of infrastructure required to be put in place to support the development including transportation and utility extensions. • Residents in the immediate vicinity of the subject site and within the larger residential area in this portion of the county are closest to goods and services at the commercial node located at the intersection of Murrayville Road and N College Road, the eastern segment of Gordon Road, and along the Market Street corridor. Primary Commercial Areas in the Project Vicinity • A 20’ minimum vegetated buffer is provided along the perimeter of the project adjacent to property zoned or developed as R-15 and R-5, Residential Districts. Murrayville Node Gordon/Market Node Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 13 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 14 of 35 AREA SUBDIVISIONS UNDER DEVELOPMENT TRANSPORTATION • The site will be accessed primarily by the planned extension of Murrayville Road, which is an existing NCDOT maintained Minor Collector street, as well the Military Cutoff Extension upon completion, which is currently classified as an NCDOT Principal Arterial street. • Additional vehicular access points are proposed along the Murrayville Road extension to provide internal connectivity within the development. These connections and any other required external connections to adjacent properties will be required to be shown on preliminary plats at the time of specific site plan approvals through the Technical Review Committee. • The intersection of Murrayville Road and Military Cutoff Extension is planned as a signalized right-in/right-out configuration. This intersection will also be configured with a left-over to Murrayville Road from the northbound lanes of Military Cutoff Extension. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 14 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 15 of 35 Notable Roadway Improvements and Access Points • A proposed service road to the east of the Military Cutoff Extension corridor will provide access to Plantation Road in addition to the parcels on the eastern side of Military Cutoff Extension. • A gated emergency access point is proposed to the Sanctuary at Hanover Reserve via an existing stub street to Golden Grove Road. In addition, internal access is proposed to the Hanover Reserve townhomes. • Pedestrian connections will be provided at various points within the development as shown on the master plan to promote a walkable land use pattern. Right In/Right Out Access Right In/Right Out Access to Service Road Left-Over to Murrayville Road U-Turn to Northbound Military Cutoff Murrayville Road Extension Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 15 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 16 of 35 • As currently zoned, it is estimated the site would generate about 116 trips during the AM peak hours and 157 trips during the PM peak hours if developed at the permitted density. • A Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) was conducted for the project and included estimated trip generation occurring in the three separate planning areas; these sections are north of the Murrayville Road Extension, south of the Murrayville Road Extension, and east of Military Cutoff Extension. The TIA estimates a total trip generation of 1,581 AM and 1,971 PM peak hour trips, not adjusted to account for pass-by trips and internal capture. The adjusted total trip generation is estimated at 1,096 AM and 1,191 PM peak hour trips. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 16 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 17 of 35 • Breakdown of trip generation within the three separate sections for the proposal are summarized in the following tables: Estimated Trip Generation North of Murrayville Road Extension Intensity Approx. Peak Hour Trips Existing Development: Undeveloped 0 AM / 0 PM Typical Development under Current Zoning: 82 single-family homes 63 AM / 84 PM Proposed PD Development: Mixed-Use 602 AM / 722 PM** ** Estimated Trip Generation adjusted for pass-by trips and internal capture Estimated Trip Generation South of Murrayville Road Extension Intensity Approx. Peak Hour Trips Existing Development: Undeveloped 0 AM / 0 PM Typical Development under Current Zoning: 40 single-family homes 33 AM / 42 PM Proposed PD Development: Mixed-Use 295 AM / 302 PM** ** Estimated Primary Trip Generation adjusted for pass-by trips and internal capture Estimated Trip Generation East of Military Cutoff Extension Intensity Approx. Peak Hour Trips Existing Development: Undeveloped 0 AM / 0 PM Typical Development under Current Zoning: 31 single-family homes 27 AM / 33 PM Proposed PD Development: Mixed-Use 199 AM / 167 PM** ** Estimated Trip Generation adjusted for pass-by trips and internal capture Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 17 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 18 of 35 Traffic Impact Analysis • The TIA conducted for the project has been approved by NCDOT and the WMPO. Overall, the TIA analyzed the development of: • 85 townhomes • 288 apartment units • 100 hotel rooms • 26,000 square feet of general office • 36,400 square feet of medical - dental office • 106,922 square feet of shopping center • 17,540 square feet of high-turnover (sit-down) restaurant • 5,610 square feet of super convenience gas station • 102,700 square feet of mini warehouse • While the final constructed master plan may not ultimately align exactly with what was analyzed by the TIA, the proposal is intended to provide additional flexibility in housing location and building type and would not result in changes that exceed the scale and trip budget of what was studied, according to the applicant. • The TIA analyzed the Level of Service (LOS) in vehicle delay per second at notable intersections in the area, summarized below: • N College Road at Bavarian Drive/Murrayville Road (1) • Market Street at Torchwood Boulevard/Bayshore Drive (2) • Gordon Road at White Road (3) • Military Cutoff Extension at Lendire Road (4) • Military Cutoff Extension at Brittany Lakes Drive (5) • Military Cutoff Extension at Torchwood Boulevard Westbound (6) • Military Cutoff Extension at Torchwood Boulevard Eastbound (7) • Military Cutoff Extension at Northbound Torchwood Boulevard U-turn (8) • Military Cutoff Extension at Southbound Murrayville Road Extension U-turn (9) • Military Cutoff Extension at Murrayville Road Extension (10) • Murrayville Road Extension at proposed roundabout (11) • Military Cutoff Extension at Plantation/Service Road (12) Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 18 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 19 of 35 Location of Intersections Analyzed in TIA • After review by NCDOT and WMPO staff, an approval letter for the TIA was issued which requires roadway improvements at multiple intersections in the vicinity of the project at full build out if the project is developed at the scale for which it was scoped. Notable improvements from this approval letter that affect the proposed site plan include the following, with the intersection capacity analyses conducted shown in the respective tables (improvements referenced in the tables are those identified in the Traffic Impact Analysis): • Military Cutoff Extension at Murrayville Road Extension Connect Murrayville Road Extension +/- 450 feet south of the northern northbound U-Turn location on Military Cutoff Road, as close to the southern property line as possible. The applicant is currently in discussion with NCDOT and WMPO staff regarding the request to connect Murrayville Road to Military Cutoff Extension further south than shown on the proposed site plan. A potential re- configuration of the dual eastbound right turn lanes is in discussion, which would slightly alter the configuration at this intersection but still be within the spirit and intent of the proposed master plan. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8-12 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 19 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 20 of 35 If the road is shifted further south per current approval requirements, it would be eligible to be authorized as a minor deviation to the site plan that can be approved administratively, provided there are no changes to permitted uses or density, or that there are no resultant changes to the site plan that would have a material effect on the character of the approved development. Provide a southbound right turn lane. Begin right turn lane at the northern northbound to southbound U-Turn bulb. Provide dual eastbound right turn lanes on Murrayville Road Extension: one with full storage and one with 400 feet of storage. Provide signalization. Military Cutoff Extension at Murrayville Road Extension Scenario Overall Delay in Seconds AM PEAK 2030 Future without Project N/A N/A 2030 Future with Project & Improvements C 28 PM PEAK 2030 Future without Project N/A N/A 2030 Future with Project & Improvements C 31 Proposed Murrayville Extension Provide Signalization, Install Southbound Right Turn Lane, Install Dual Eastbound Right Turn Lanes Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 20 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 21 of 35 • Murrayville Road Extension at Roundabout Access Install single lane roundabout Provide 500 feet of internal protected stem on northern site access drive. Provide 100 feet of internal protected stem on southern site access drive. Murrayville Road Extension at Roundabout Access Scenario Overall Delay in Seconds AM PEAK 2030 Future without Project N/A N/A 2030 Future with Project & Improvements B 11 PM PEAK 2030 Future without Project N/A N/A 2030 Future with Project & Improvements C 17 Proposed Murrayville Extension Install Roundabout with Protected Stems at Internal Access Points Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 21 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 22 of 35 • Military Cutoff Extension at Plantation Road (Service Road) Provide a northbound right turn lane. Begin right turn lane at the southbound to northbound U-Turn bulb. Provide dual eastbound right turn lanes on Plantation Road: one with full storage and one with 400 feet of storage. Provide signalization. Military Cutoff Extension at Plantation/Service Road Scenario Overall Delay in Seconds AM PEAK 2030 Future without Project N/A N/A 2030 Future with Project & Improvements A 4 PM PEAK 2030 Future without Project N/A N/A 2030 Future with Project & Improvements A 5 Provide Signalization, Install Northbound Right Turn Lane, Install Dual Eastbound Right Turn Lanes Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 22 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 23 of 35 • Notable roadway improvements at nearby intersections were also outlined in the TIA approval letter and are summarized along with the remaining intersection capacity analyses, in the following table (improvements referenced in the table are those identified in the Traffic Impact Analysis): N. College Road at Murrayville Road/Bavarian Lane • Maximize existing storage for the southbound left turn lane. Northbound U-turn on Military Cutoff Extension (North of Murrayville Road Extension • Provide dual northbound U-Turn lanes with maximum available storage. • Provide signalization. Southbound U-turn on Military Cutoff Extension (South of Service/Plantation Road) • Provide dual southbound U-Turn lanes: one with 500 feet of storage and one with 200 feet of storage. • Provide signalization • Military Cutoff Extension at Torchwood Boulevard • Provide dual westbound right turn lanes: one with full storage and one with 250 feet of storage. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 23 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 24 of 35 AM PEAK PM PEAK Intersection Scenario Overall LOS Delay in Seconds Overall LOS Delay in Seconds N. College Road at Murrayville Road/Bavarian Drive 2020 Existing D 48 D 51 2030 Future without Project D 55 D 51 2030 Future with Project & Improvements E 60 E 64 Market Street at Torchwood Boulevard/Bayshore Drive 2020 Existing C 35 C 35 2030 Future without Project F 98 F 101 2030 Future with Project & Improvements F 111 F 137 Gordon Road at White Road 2020 Existing C 25 C 24 2030 Future without Project D 36 D 39 2030 Future with Project & Improvements D 42 D 50 Military Cutoff Extension at Lendire Road 2030 Future without Project C 20 C 20 2030 Future with Project & Improvements C 21 C 21 Military Cutoff Extension at Brittany Lakes Drive 2030 Future without Project B 15 B 11 2030 Future with Project & Improvements B 15 B 10 Military Cutoff Extension at Westbound Torchwood Boulevard 2030 Future without Project B 15 C 21 2030 Future with Project & Improvements D 36 D 39 Military Cutoff Extension at Eastbound Torchwood Boulevard 2030 Future without Project B 15 B 15 2030 Future with Project & Improvements B 15 B 14 Military Cutoff Extension at Northbound Torchwood Boulevard U-turn 2030 Future without Project A 9 B 12 2030 Future with Project & Improvements A 9 B 13 Military Cutoff Extension at Southbound Murrayville Extension U-turn 2030 Future without Project N/A 9 N/A 12 2030 Future with Project & Improvements B 18 B 17 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 24 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 25 of 35 Nearby Planned Transportation Improvements and Traffic Impact Analyses Nearby NC STIP Projects: • STIP Project U-4751 (Military Cutoff Extension) o Project to extend Military Cutoff from Market Street to I-140. o The project is currently under construction and is expected to be completed in early- 2023. o The extension of Military Cutoff will utilize a super-street design and bisect the subject site. Lendire Road/Brittany Lakes Drive, Torchwood Boulevard, and Putnam Drive/Bradfield Court will connect to the Military Cutoff extension, allowing access to neighborhoods west of the site. o The project will also install a sidewalk and multi-use path along the extension of Military Cutoff and the sections of Market Street included in the project, including the eastern side of the subject site as shown on the proposed master plan. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 25 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 26 of 35 • STIP Project U-4902D (Market Street Median) o Project to install a center median and pedestrian accessways along Market Street from Middle Sound Loop Road to Marsh Oaks Drive. The pedestrian accessways will consist of a 10-foot multi-use path on the eastern side of the street, and a 5-foot sidewalk on the western side of the street. o The project is currently under construction and is expected to be completed by early- 2023. Nearby Traffic Impact Analyses: Traffic Impact Analyses are completed in accordance with the WMPO and NCDOT standards. Approved analyses must be re-examined by NCDOT if the proposed development is not completed by the build out date established within the TIA. Proposed Development Land Use/Intensity TIA Status 1. Cameron Trace • Phase 1: 35 single-family dwellings • Phase 2: 85 single-family dwellings • Approved May 8, 2017 • 2017 Build Out Year The TIA required improvements must be completed during Phase 2 of the development. The notable improvements consisted of: • Providing an eastbound left turn lane at the intersection of Murrayville Road and Covey Lane Nearby Proposed Developments included within the TIA: • N/A Development Status: Development and required improvement is complete. ENVIRONMENTAL • The property does not contain any Special Flood Hazard Areas or Natural Heritage Areas. • The property is within the Smith Creek watershed, with a small area on the northern extent of the site within the Island Creek watershed. • Per the Classification of Soils in New Hanover County for Septic Tank Suitability, soils on the property consist of Class III (severe limitation for septic suitability). However, the site is expected to be served by CFPUA when developed. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 26 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 27 of 35 OTHER CONSIDERATIONS SCHOOLS • Students living in the proposed development would be assigned to Murrayville Elementary, Trask Middle, and Laney High Schools. Students may apply to attend public magnet, year- round elementary, or specialty high schools. • A maximum of 157 dwelling units would be permitted under the current R-15 zoning base density, and a maximum of 473 units could be developed under the proposed rezoning, resulting in an increase of 316 dwelling units. • Based on the current general student generation rate*, the increase in homes would result in approximately 69 additional students than would be generated under current zoning. • The general student generation rate provides only an estimate of anticipated student yield as different forms of housing at different price points yield different numbers of students. Over the past four years, staff has also seen a decline in the number of students generated by new development. Student numbers remained relatively stable between 2015 and 2020 (excepting the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic), while 14,500 new residential units were permitted across the county. In addition, the student population is anticipated to only grow by approximately 1,300 students over the next 10 years based on the recent New Hanover County Schools Facility Needs Study. Development Type Intensity Estimated Student Yield (current general student generation rate) * Existing Development Undeveloped Approximate** Total: 0 (0 elementary, 0 middle, 0 high) Typical Development Under Current R-15 Zoning 157 residential units Approximate** Total: 35 (14 elementary, 8 middle, 13 high) Proposed Planned Development (PD) Zoning 473 residential units Approximate** Total: 104 (43 elementary, 24 middle, 38 high) *The current general student generation rate was calculated by dividing the projected New Hanover County public school student enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year by the number of dwelling units in the county. Currently, there are an average of 0.22 public school students (0.09 for elementary, 0.05 for middle, and 0.08 for high) generated per dwelling unit across New Hanover County. These numbers are updated annually and include students attending out-of-district specialty schools, such as year-round elementary schools, Isaac Bear, and SeaTech. **Because the student generation rate often results in fractional numbers, all approximate student generation yields with a fraction of 0.5 or higher are rounded up to a whole number and yields with a fraction of less than 0.5 are rounded down. This may result in student numbers at the elementary, middle, and high school levels not equaling the approximate total. • Developments of the size and type associated with the proposed rezoning would likely not reach full built-out until approximately 10 years away, as reflected in the anticipated 2030 build-out referenced in the Traffic Impact Analysis. As a result, existing school enrollment and capacity is not likely to be relevant. New Hanover County Schools staff would include this project if approved in future facility planning initiatives in order to accommodate any resulting student growth. • Staff has provided information on existing school capacity to provide a general idea of the potential impact on public schools, but these numbers do not reflect any future capacity upgrades. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 27 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 28 of 35 School Enrollment* and Capacity** (2021-2022 School Year) *Enrollment is based on the New Hanover County Schools enrollment projections for the 2021-2022 school year. **Capacity calculations were determined based on the projected capacities for the 2021-2022 school year, and funded or planned capacity upgrades were those included in the Facility Needs Study presented by New Hanover County Schools to the Board of Education in January 2021. This information does not take into account flexible scheduling that may be available in high school settings, which can reduce the portion of the student body on campus at any one time. • The recent facility needs survey that has been prepared by Schools staff indicates that, based on NC Department of Public Instruction (DPI) student growth projections and school capacity data, planned facility upgrades, combined with changes to student enrollment patterns, will result in adequate capacity district wide over the next ten years if facility upgrades are funded. Level Total NHC Capacity School Projected Enrollment of Assignment School Capacity of Assigned School w/Portables Capacity of Assigned School Funded or Planned Capacity Upgrades Elementary 95% Murrayville 559 663 84% None Middle 108% Trask 719 662 109% None High 100% Laney 2125 2013 106% None Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 28 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 29 of 35 NEW HANOVER COUNTY STRATEGIC PLAN • One of the goals of the New Hanover County Strategic Plan for 2018-2023 is to encourage the development of complete communities in the unincorporated county by increasing housing diversity and access to basic goods and services. • The proposed PD zoning district would allow for an increase in housing diversity and would allow those residents to utilize existing goods and services within one mile of the subject property. The proposed project would also allow for the development of new retail and commercial businesses, increasing the number of residents within one mile of goods and services. • The subject property is located in the Murrayville community area, where 64% of residents currently live within one mile of a convenience need (grocery store, retail staples, pharmacies, etc.), a support service (urgent care, primary doctor’s office, child & adult care, etc.), and a community facility (public park, school, museum etc.). • The predominant housing type in the area is single family detached at 71%. If developed under the current R-15 zoning district, single family housing would remain the dominant housing type and the number of residences within one-mile of goods and services of would only increase from 64% to 66%. • Under the proposed PD district, the site would allow for a mixture of housing types including single family detached, single family attached (townhomes), and multi-family (apartments). The project could increase housing type diversity by reducing the percentage of single family detached and increasing the percentage of single family attached and multi-family residences. • The proposed PD district would allow for the development of convenience needs, support services, and/or community facilities. The addition of just a convenience need on the proposed site would increase the number of existing residences within one mile from 63% to 86%. When including the number of residential units proposed, that percentage increases to 88%. The addition of a support service would increase the number of existing residences within one mile from 83% to 100%. The addition of a community facility would increase the number of existing residences within one mile from 83% to 100%. • If at least one convenience need, support service and community facility were located at the proposed site, the percentage of residents within one mile of all three would increase (64% to 87%). When including the number of residential units proposed, that percentage increases to 89%. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 29 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 30 of 35 REPRESENTATIVE DEVELOPMENTS Representative Developments of R-15: Grayson Park Clay Crossing Plantation Landing Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 30 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 31 of 35 Representative Developments of PD: River Bluffs: Northchase: Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 31 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 32 of 35 Context and Compatibility • While the area was zoned for low density housing in the early 1970s, the 2016 Comprehensive Plan recommends a mixture of commercial uses and residential densities ranging from 8 to 15 dwelling units per acre. • The subject property is between the terminus of Murrayville Road and Military Cutoff Extension. The extension of Murrayville Road to Military Cutoff Extension is included in the WMPO 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) and is anticipated to be utilized as a significant east/west collector road that will connect Castle Hayne Road to Military Cutoff, allowing access to the Murrayville, Northchase, and the Laney High School areas. In addition, it is anticipated that the Murrayville Road Extension and completion of the Military Cutoff Extension may aid in alleviating traffic along Market Street, Gordon Road and other local roadways as motorists have additional routes to reach their destination in the northern portion of the County. • The extension of Murrayville Road and completion of Military Cutoff Extension is also anticipated to facilitate access to sites east of Military Cutoff Extension which currently have limited access. In addition, the extension of Murrayville Road further east toward Market Street is recommended in the 2045 MTP, which also includes improvements and an extension of Plantation Road eastward to Market Street in the Porters Neck area. • The proposed master plan establishes a new mixed-use node centered around the intersection of Murrayville Road Extension and Military Cutoff Extension. This would make commercial services available to nearby residents without having to travel to existing services along Market Street, N College Road, and further south on Military Cutoff. • The proposed master plan would also provide a range of housing options in this area of the county which is predominantly single-family detached residential. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 32 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 33 of 35 2016 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN The New Hanover County Future Land Use Map provides a general representation of the vision for New Hanover County’s future land use, as designated by place types describing the character and function of the different types of development that make up the community. These place types are intended to identify general areas for particular development patterns and should not be interpreted as being parcel specific. Future Land Use Map Place Type Community Mixed Use Place Type Description Focuses on small-scale, compact, mixed use development patterns that serve all modes of travel and act as an attractor for county residents and visitors. Types of appropriate uses include office, retail, mixed use, recreational, commercial, institutional, and multi-family and single-family residential. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 33 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 34 of 35 Analysis The subject property is located in the northeastern portion of the county in an area that is has historically been developed as single-family residential, but without centrally located commercial or neighborhood services. Residents in this general area typically navigate the internal local street network to the Market Street, Gordon Road, N College Road, or Military Cutoff Road corridors for access to goods and services. The Comprehensive Plan classifies the property as Community Mixed Use, which is intended to promote the development of commercial services and moderate to high density residential development (between approximately 8 to 15 units per acre). The design of the proposed planned development provides the type of land use intended by the plan, with a mixed-use node located at a strategic intersection and with the overall residential density of the project being in line with the recommendation for this place type. In addition, the project supports the Comprehensive Plan’s goal to provide for a range of housing types and opportunities for households of different sizes and income levels. By creating a mixed-use node with the extension of Murrayville Road to the planned Military Cutoff Extension, the project can provide more efficient access and reduced travel times to goods and services for residents in the northern portion of the county. In addition, the Cape Fear Moving Forward 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan shows a recommendation for the extension of Murrayville Road, and the proposed project will provide this improvement. Consistency Recommendation The proposed PD rezoning is generally CONSISTENT with the 2016 Comprehensive Plan because the project provides for the types and mixture of uses recommended in the Community Mixed Use place type, the residential densities are in-line with those recommended within this place type, and the project will develop a new commercial node in close proximity to nearby residents. PLANNING BOARD ACTION The Planning Board considered this application at their July 8, 2021 meeting and recommended approval of the application (6-0), finding it to be: • CONSISTENT with the purposes and intent of the Comprehensive Plan because the project provides for the types and mixture of uses recommended in the Community Mixed Use place type, the residential densities are in-line with those recommended within this place type, and the project will develop a new commercial node in close proximity to nearby residents. • The Planning Board also found APPROVAL of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the public interest because the proposal would benefit the community by providing diverse housing options and commercial services to nearby residents and promote principals of walkable urbanism. The proposal also provides a transition from a mixed-use node to adjacent single-family residential neighborhoods, additional access points to properties east of Military Cutoff Extension, and extension of water and sewer services which will allow for integrated planning for future community services. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 34 Z21-08 Staff Report PB 7.8.2021 Page 35 of 35 STAFF RECOMMENDATION Staff concurs with the Planning Board’s recommendation and suggests the following motion: I move to APPROVE the proposed rezoning to a PD district. I find it to be CONSISTENT with the purposes and intent of the Comprehensive Plan because the project provides for the types and mixture of uses recommended in the Community Mixed Use place type, the residential densities are in-line with those recommended within this place type, and the project will develop a new commercial node in close proximity to nearby residents. I also find APPROVAL of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the public interest because the proposal would benefit the community by providing diverse housing options and commercial services to nearby residents and promote principals of walkable urbanism. The proposal also provides a transition from a mixed-use node to adjacent single-family residential neighborhoods, additional access points to properties east of Military Cutoff Extension, and extension of water and sewer services which will allow for integrated planning for future community services. Alternative Motion for Denial I move to DENY the proposed rezoning to a PD district. While I find it to be CONSISTENT with the purposes and intent of the Comprehensive Plan because the project provides for the types and mixture of uses recommended in the Community Mixed Use place type, the residential densities are in-line with those recommended for the property, and the project will provide commercial services in close proximity to nearby residents, I find DENIAL of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the public interest because the proposal is not consistent with the desired character of the surrounding community and the density will adversely impact the adjacent neighborhoods. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 2 - 35 Co v e y L n Rabbit Hollow D r G o l d e n g r o ve Ln S e t t e r C t Plantation Rd Q u ail W o o d s Rd Eastbo u r n e D r Setter LnPointer Ln Cr o o k e d P i n e R d S a n c t uary D r R-5 R-15 New Hanover County, NC SHODIncorporated Areas Indicates Conditional Use District (CUD) Indicates Conditional Zoning District (CZD) See Section 5.7 of the UDOCOD B-1 AC R-5 EDZD CB I-1 R-7 PD B-2 I-2 R-10 RMF-X CS AR R-15 RMFU SC RA R-20 UMXZ O&I R-20S Zoning Districts PD/ Planned Development R-15/ Undeveloped 1300 block Crooked Pine Rd Z21-08 Proposed Zoning/Use:Existing Zoning/Use:Site Address:Case:R 1,000 Feet Subject Site Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 3 - 1 Brittany Point e r C t Co v e y L n Rabbit Hollow D r G o l d e n g r o v e Ln S e t t e r C t Plantation Rd Q u a il W o o d s R d E a s t b o u r n e D r Setter Ln Pointer Ln Cr o o k e d P i n e R d S a n ctua r y D r General Residential Conservation Community Mixed Use New Hanover County, NCCONSERVATION RURAL RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY MIXED USE URBAN MIXED USE GENERAL RESIDENTIAL EMPLOYMENT CENTER COMMERCE ZONE Place Types PD/ Planned Development R-15/ Undeveloped 1300 block Crooked Pine Rd Z21-08 Proposed Zoning/Use:Existing Zoning/Use:Site Address:Case:R 1,000 Feet Subject Site Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 4 - 1 Brittany Point e r C t Co v e y L n Rabbit Hollow Dr Eastbo u r n e D r S e t t e r C t SpringwaterDr Plantation Rd Q u a il W o o d s R d Setter Ln Pointer Ln Cr o o k e d P i n e R d San c t u a r y Dr 7403 1718 1423 1253 1308 14001402 72217219 7225 7319 7404 7400 1406 74097223 7408 7416 1404 7405 1533 1395 14511455 14611469 1473 1477 1448 14521456 14681492 7292 7288 7284 7280 1508 1516 1504 1316 1320 1344 134813171321134113457354 136913571373 1381 1385 1397 1364 1380 6950 I-140 O&IR-10 R-5 R-15Site Neighboring Parcels PD/ Planned Development R-15/ Undeveloped 1300 block Crooked Pine Rd Z21-08 Proposed Zoning/Use:Existing Zoning/Use:Site Address:Case:R 1,000 Feet Subject Site Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 5 - 1 APPLICANT MATERIALS Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 6 - 1 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 7 - 1 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 7 - 2 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 7 - 3 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 7 - 4 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 7 - 5 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 7 - 6 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 7 - 7 1 2 2 C I N E M A D R I V E, W I L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 0 3 P H : ( 9 1 0 ) 7 9 1 - 6 7 0 7 F A X : ( 9 1 0 ) 7 9 1 - 6 7 6 0 Rev Date: 14 June 2021 Date 6 August 2020 Project Narrative: The proposed development is a total of +62.77 acres located in New Hanover County (NHC) near the intersection of Crooked Pine Road and Plantation Road at the end of Murrayville Road. The subject parcels are further defined as NHC parcel numbers: R02800-004-031-000 and R02800-004-104-000. The site is bisected by the new Military Cutoff Extension and associated service road which are both currently under construction. The result is 3 relatively small parcels of land along the service road comprising + 12.23 acres and the larger tract adjacent to Hanover Reserve and at the end of Murrayville Road, + 50.54 acres. The project is proposed as a Master Planned Development (PD) to be rezoned into PD. Military Cutoff Extension bisects the existing parcels, but the entire land holding is intended to be part of one master planned development. The applicant proposes a commercial core developed around the new Military Cutoff Extension (MCE). The existing dead-end Murrayville Road will be extended to the MCE’s proposed left-over intersection. This intersection will be the commercial hub with the service road’s right in/right out access being a secondary commercial hub. The existing site is zoned R-15 with residential uses and vacant land surrounding the site. The site is designated as community mixed-use and could be an important commercial node in Northern New Hanover County since the MCE now bisects the site. Using the flexibility of PD zoning to cohesively design the site, we propose encircling the proposed commercial core with a variety of residential units to create a well-orchestrated transition from the busier commercial center to medium-dense residential to lower density single family/existing neighborhoods. This PD MPD is a high level, master plan to identify acceptable land uses and basic anticipated vehicular and pedestrian networks. The plan identifies caps for density of all uses. Because this is a high-level master plan, we identify caps for density and square footage on the master plan. This plan, along with the terms and conditions document, acts as the guideline for a high-quality mixed-use community located on a new major transportation hub in the County. Like any project, this one requires working hand in hand with NCDOT, CFPUA, and NHC to develop the project infrastructure for a safe and viable development. Those conversations are underway and will continue through the site-specific planning process if this MPD is approved. This application’s MPD and supporting document set the framework for a commercial hub offering goods, services, entertainment, and dining. Currently, this area of the County must rely on the busy Market Street or Gordon Road corridors to find similar services. The proposed project presents a new opportunity for a vehicular connection to a major highway, MCE, with a real potential to alleviate traffic congestion from the Murrayville/Ogden area. Furthermore, by offering a commercial hub at Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 8 - 1 Page 2 of 5 one of the only stops along MCE between Market Street and I-140, this also has the potential to offer goods and services to an underserved area without creating undo traffic burden. The County’s 2045 transportation plan identifies extension of Murrayville Road to make connection to the North/East of the County from existing neighborhoods, and this proposed development helps achieve part of that goal. The County’s Future Land Use Plan also supports this type of development in this location. This property falls in the community mixed use place type which supports just the sort of mixed commercial and various residential products we propose. The extension of water and sewer to this part of the County further opens opportunities to for the future of Northern New Hanover County and expands tax base. The project’s timing is aligned with NCDOT’s construction of MCE which eliminates possible undue burden on existing roads and neighborhoods. With all the pieces and timelines aligning for a responsible, cohesive development, we believe this is the right development at the right time for this location. We appreciate your consideration of our proposed development. Supplemental Application Information – MPD – PD Master Planned Development Considerations: 1. How would the requested change be consistent with the County’s policies for growth and development, described in the 2016 Comprehensive Plan, applicable small area plans, etc. The Comprehensive Plan identifies the land in the Community Mixed Use place type which promotes a variety of house products, goods and services, mixed use and other similar uses to those proposed with this project. Furthermore, one of our areas major long-range NCDOT traffic relief projects is underway and bisects the site creating near-perfect conditions for a commercial center with medium to high density mixed use/residential development. The Military Cutoff Extension, when complete, gives convenient, quick access to the Market/Military Cutoff intersection and beyond as well as Hampstead and beyond when complete bypass projects are in place. This is expected to alleviate a good deal of previously gnarled and congested network of neighborhood roads all dumping out on Market Street. Our proposed project’s timing aligns well with the anticipated completion of the Military Cutoff Extension. Commercial and higher density portions of the project would not be online until after completion of the new highway’s connection to Military Cutoff. 2. How would the requested development be consistent with the property’s classification on the 2016 Comprehensive Plan’s Further Land Use Map. See response above. 3. How does the proposed master planned development meet the required elements and intent of the proposed zoning district? The proposed MPD not only provides the connection of a major arterial road to a principal highway in Wilmington, it also develops a road and pedestrian network that flows easily Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 8 - 2 Page 3 of 5 between the proposed commercial and residential developments. The intent of the development is to promote this live, work, play community, not only for the people moving into the project, but also for those nearby. Nearby multi-use paths and County parks make the location attractive to future residents. The developer is to extend the current dead- ended Murrayville Road to MCE creating a streetscape of integrated buildings, plazas and courtyards, paths and landscape to give identity to the development as well as offer a high- quality commercial and mixed-use development. These are all key to a successful PD zoning district and essential to make a viable new community. The applicant proposes an integrated and architecturally pleasing community providing easy access to shopping, dining, parks/open spaces, and all the offerings of the commercial and residential development. We believe this proposed development hits the heart of what a planned development community mixed use place type is supposed to be, and, after reviewing our proposal, we hope you feel the same way. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 8 - 3 Page 4 of 5 Hanover Reserve Mixed Use Community Meeting Summary: Due to COVID restrictions, Paramounte Engineering held a GoToMeeting virtual community meeting on July 30, 2020 at 5 PM. All participants were completed with questions by 5:45PM. The meeting was recorded and shared with anyone requesting a copy after the meeting. The presentation consisted of an earlier version of the master plan, aerial images, and an example of a previous graphic used for the Phase 4 Section 1 Hanover Reserve townhomes. This area is being enveloped in the Hanover Reserve Mixed Use PD but is still planned for the same number of townhomes as presented during a rezoning of the property from R-15 to R-5. After a project overview and orientation by Paramounte Engineering, the meeting was turned over to participants for questions and comments. • One person was concerned that traffic would cut through her neighborhood to enter the proposed project. We discussed ways the road network could be designed to prevent a direct cut through from her neighborhood, and those ideas will be considered in the design development of the project. • One person preferred single family homes to townhomes behind her home. • We did get a couple of comments concerned over traffic, but no one in direct opposition ( at least in the meeting). • We did receive a couple of emails leading up to the meeting expressing wishes that we would not develop anything. When invited to the community meeting to express concerns and engage in discussion about their thoughts, they did not appear to accept the invitation. None of those comments were voiced during the meeting. • There was a comment that getting to goods and services is not a problem now and there does not need to be a new commercial node here. • Others expressed interest in dining and shopping opportunities. • Most of the questions pertained to Military Cutoff Extension: • There was discussion about the impacts of Military Cutoff Extension and the new connection to that road. Questions were raised about what happens to Plantation Road with NCDOT’s work, and those were answered to the best of our ability. • Additional questions concerning what roads will be paved and not after NCDOT is finished were discussed by the group. • One person owning land in the area, but not living here was very much in favor of the proposed project and supported the mixture of uses and commercial, walkable core we hope to create. • We had folks both in the meeting and after, through email, ask us to create something upscale, nice, and walkable. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 8 - 4 Page 5 of 5 • Most people that had in-depth questions were those finding out the plans because they own property nearby and want to know how this development will affect property values. We extended the offer for folks to continue to contact us through the process if they have questions or comments. We asked folks to help us be the kind of development they want to see in their neighborhood, and many folks have responded positively to this effort. While some folks like Murrayville just the way it is, others seem welcoming. We have received general support and good wishes from several neighbors. Community Coordination Update 6/1/21: Since the meeting in July, we have continued conversations with interested residents through email and phone calls. The developer has met with a few individuals as well. We have continued to receive community support and fielded general questions about the plans. There have been very few concerns raised, but traffic was discussed with a few citizens. Several folks told us they were worried about people cutting through their neighborhoods or causing a lot of extra trip s on the existing Murrayville Road if the project was built prior to the opening of the MCE. We have taken time to work with NCDOT and our traffic consultants to fully identify the possibilities for the area. As a result, we believe we have a road network that will alleviate traffic congestion , avoid a lot of cut-throughs from outside, through existing neighborhoods and into the proposed development. By a combination of project timing aligning with MCE, project design, and coordination with the County and NCDOT, the developer addresses the majority of questions received to date from the neighboring community. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 8 - 5 Proposed Master Planned Development Terms & Conditions Hanover Reserve Mixed Use Date: 06/28/21 1. Conditions related to approval of the application for the master planned development zoning district classification: a) The use, density of use, and maximum building heights for the areas depicted in detail as on the development plans represent the proposed Planned Development (PD) Zoning district. The detail of the proposed zoning district requirements is represented on t he Master Planned Development (MPD) master plan, but this terms and conditions document generally refers to the broad category of use as Commercial, Retail, Restaurant, Office, Mixed Use, Multi-Family, and/ or Townhomes. The uses, and other regulations and conditions approved with this terms and conditions document and the MPD may be amended or modified in accordance with County requirements as necessary. b) The use and development of the subject property shall comply with all applicable regulations and requirements imposed by the New Hanover County Unified Development Ordinance ("UDO"), and any other applicable federal, state, or local law. c) Approval of this rezoning does not constitute technical approval of the site plan. Issuance of all required permits must occur prior to construction commencing. 2. References to the MPD, including any density/intensity standards, dimensional standards, and development standards: a) Maximum density permitted in Planned Development (PD) District – 17 dwelling units maximum per acre (du/ac). Total site area is 62.77 acres, maximum number of dwelling units would be1067 units. b) Proposed maximum density of residential units on this MPD PD is 473 total dwelling units, or 7.54 du/ac. c) The project shall be developed in accordance with County, state, and federal building, and environmental regulations. d) Sidewalks will be provided in ways that promote pedestrian safety and access through the site. i. One component of the proposed plan includes coordinating with NCDOT to develop an extension of the multi-use path (MUP) along the Military Cutoff Extension corridor which is currently projected to end adjacent to the project boundary. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 9 - 1 ii. The potential extension of the MUP is estimated at least 8’ wide along one side of the proposed Murrayville Road extension. Murrayville Road extension is identified as the portion of road connecting to the end of the existing Murrayville Road and continuing to the intersection with the Military Cutoff Extension roadway. iii. If the opportunity to work together arises, the developer would coordinate with NCDOT and New Hanover County to identify a safe crossing across Military Cutoff Extension from the MUP to the developer’s proposed Murrayville Road MUP. 3. Conditions related to the approval of the MPD Master Plan, including any conditions related to the form and design of development shown in the MPD Master Plan: a) Vehicular access from the master planned development site through to Murrayville Road extension is open to the public with no gated access. b) The developer reserves the right to construct a gated access to the MDP Parcel B multi-family/ senior living site along internal project roads, to be accessed by residents of the MPD and by emergency vehicles. c) Access point on the project’s land connecting to Sky Reach stub road near Golden Grove Ln will be constructed for emergency access only and method of access will be discussed with and approved by New Hanover County Fire/EMS during site plan approval for Parcel D. d) Existing vegetation will be augmented as required to meet opacity standards within the project’s twenty-foot (20') buffer (depicted on the MPD Master Plan). The buffer is subject to the applicant's right to install required utilities and infrastructure and make any changes required by this zoning. To the extent necessary to satisfy County standards, additional vegetation, as well as fencing, will be added to the buffer area sufficient to establish required opacity in areas adjacent to residential uses. e) Military Cutoff Extension is built far higher than the subject property on either side of it. While some fill may occur, it is not anticipated that the subject property will be raised level with Military Cutoff Extension. As such, street yard area along Military Cutoff Extension shall be provided as follows: i. Provide 18 square feet of street yard area for every linear foot of street frontage along Military Cutoff Extension (minimum width of 9', max width of 27'). Measurement shall begin from: the edge of right of way, from toe of slopes steeper than 4’:1’ or from project side edge of utility easements. ii. Fencing or walls shall be allowed between Military Cutoff Extension and PD uses as specified here: multi-family, residential, senior care facilities, and storage areas. iii. Driveways shall not be included in the calculation of street frontage. iv. The area of any walkways, sidewalks or other bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and transit amenities shall be subtracted from the base street yard area required above to get the total required street yard area. v. The applicant may choose to increase the required square footage per linear foot up to Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 9 - 2 twenty-five percent (25%) to receive an equivalent reduction in the building’s front yard setback. vi. The applicant may install the street yard in any configuration that provides the required amount of street yard square footage between the property line and any site improvements as long as it remains in compliance with the minimum and maximum widths outlined above. vii. For every six hundred (600) square feet of street yard area, the following landscaping shall be provided: viii. One canopy/shade tree a minimum of three inches (3”) caliper in size OR three (3) understory trees a minimum of six (6) feet in height at time of planting. If overhead power lines are located within the street yard area, planting requirements will follow the utility company’s guidelines for planting under power lines; and ix. Six shrubs, 12” in height at time of planting. x. If there are existing trees of a minimum two inches caliper size in the proposed street yard, the Planning Director may grant credit toward meeting tree preservation requirements. xi. Walkways, sidewalks, or other bicycle and pedestrian facilities, fountains, walls or fences, and transit amenities shall be permitted within the street yard; however, parking areas shall not be permitted. f) Street yard area along Murrayville Road Extension shall be provided as follows: i. The street yard along Murrayville Road is intended to create a streetscape integrating the street yard landscape with the MUP as well as the plazas, courtyards, outdoor dining facilities, and entrances to proposed businesses. Buildings are encouraged to be close to the right of way or provide outdoor seating, dining, courtyards, fountains, or other amenities. As such, the project proposes a creative standard for the Murrayville Extension streetscape. That standard shall be defined as follows: ii. Provide street yard landscaping between Murrayville Road Extension and face of building. iii. Provided that the building face is not more than 60’ from the right of way or that the building facing Murrayville Road Extension creates a landscaped outdoor space accessible by pedestrian from the MUP, any landscape, except turf grass, planted along the corridor can count toward the street yard landscape and must contain at least: • 1 canopy tree per sixty (60) linear feet of street yard ; • 24 landscape plants 12” in height or greater, including shrubs and/or ornamental grasses, but excluding turf grass, per sixty (60) linear feet • Contain at least eighteen (18) square feet of street yard area for every linear foot of street frontage along Murrayville Road Extension • Plants may be grouped together or otherwise distributed provided that the frontage for each building accounts for that building’s street yard within the associated parking and street facade • Parking island landscaping within 60’ of the Murrayville Road Extension right of way may be counted toward street yard landscaping, but in no case can a façade be void of landscape between the right of way and the building Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 9 - 3 iv. If no pedestrian access is created from Murrayville Road Extension MUP to the face of the building, the landscape within 60’ of the right of way defaults to the same streetscape standards as Military Cutoff Extension streetscape or must contain at least the following or: • 1 canopy tree per sixty (60) linear feet of street yard • 12 landscape plants, including shrubs and/or ornamental grasses but excluding turf grass, per sixty (60) linear feet • Contain at least eighteen (18) square feet of street yard area for every linear foot of street frontage along Murrayville Road Extension • Any portion of a parking island’s landscaping within 60’ of the Murrayville Road Extension right of way may be counted toward street yard landscaping • Plants may be grouped together or otherwise distributed provided that the frontage for each building accounts for that building’s street ya rd within the associated parking and street facade v. Parking shall be allowed in area between building and Murrayville Road Extension provided that pedestrian access along the MUP is not impeded. vi. Driveways shall not be included in the calculation of street frontage; vii. The area of any walkways, sidewalks or other bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and transit amenities beyond the MUP shall be subtracted from the base street yard area required to get the total required street yard area; viii. The applicant may install the street yard in any configuration that provides the required amount of street yard square footage between the property line and any site improvements as long as no building façade is void of landscape between the building face and right of way and as long as the landscape remains in compliance with the requirements outlined above. g) If there are existing trees of a minimum two inches caliper size in the proposed street yard, the Planning Director may grant credit toward meeting tree preservation requirements. h) Walkways, sidewalks, or other bicycle and pedestrian facilities, fountains, walls or fences, and transit amenities shall be permitted within the street yard; however, parking areas shall not be permitted. 4. Provisions addressing how transportation, potable water, wastewater, stormwater management, and other infrastructure will be provided to accommodate the proposed development: a) Transportation will be provided by access to public rights of way. A NCDOT approval of road design and driveway permit will be acquired prior to any access to Military Cutoff Extension or Murrayville Road Extension. b) Potable water and wastewater for the project will be provided by Cape Fear Public Utility Authority ("CFPUA"). Developer has been and will continue to coordinate with CFPUA and potentially other property owners in the vicinity to address a solution for services to this project site. c) Stormwater will be managed on site in accordance with NCDEQ restrictions and regulations, will comply with all County and State regulations, and any permit issued for Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 9 - 4 the site. The engineers who will coordinate and implement the stormwater management plan have not yet been selected. d) Stormwater easements will be 20’ wide max. unless prove n wider easements are a necessity. e) If allowable by utility providers, utilities may be placed in underground utility vaults or banks to enhance streetscape and minimize utility conflicts. Developer will coordinate with utility providers to determine requirements and regulations and gain authorization to construct. f) Infrastructure will be designed in accordance with the North Carolina building code, all other applicable government regulations, laws, and ordinances, and developed consistent with the approved MPD. 5. Provisions related to environmental protection and monitoring: a) Any 404 wetlands determined to exist on the site will be delineated and handled in accordance with all applicable government regulations, laws, and ordinance s including Army Corp. of Engineers requirements. The property owner will comply with all applicable regulations, laws, and ordinances from local, state, and federal sources with jurisdiction over the site. 6. Any other provisions relevant and necessary to th e development of the MPD in accordance with applicable standards and regulations: a) The Residential Use areas of the MPD may be used for any residential purpose permitted under the applicable zoning regulations except that the following Residential uses will not be permitted: i. Mobile Home; ii. Mobile Home, Doublewide; iii. Mobile Home Park; iv. Mobile Home Subdivision b) The Mixed-Use and Commercial areas of the MPD may be used for any Commercial purpose permitted under the applicable zoning regulations, except that the following uses will not be permitted: i. Animal Shelter; ii. Kennel; and iii. Vehicle Towing Service c) In addition to the Commercial uses permitted by applicable zoning regulations, subject to these terms and conditions, the following Office, Civic and Institutional, Educational Services, and Health Care Facilities uses shall be permitted in the Mixed-Use and Commercial areas of the MPD: i. Adult Day Care; ii. Child Care Center; iii. Family Child Care Home; iv. Community Center; v. Contractor office/maintenance facility/storage/holding yard vi. Library; Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 9 - 5 vii. Lodges, Fraternal, & Social Organizations; viii. Museum; ix. Post Office; x. Senior Living , Assisted Living, Continuing Care, or Retirement Community xi. Hospital, Medical, and Dental Office and Clinic; and xii. Nursing and Rehabilitation Center d) In addition to the Commercial and other uses listed previously, uses permitted by applicable zoning regulations, subject to these terms and conditions, the following Industrial and limited Manufacturing uses, or other uses not expressly outlined in the principal use table shall be permitted in the Mixed-Use and Commercial areas of the MPD: i. Broadcasting and Production Studio; ii. Research and Development Facility; iii. Artisan Manufacturing; iv. Beverage Manufacturing; v. Mini-storage/self-storage vi. Printing and Related Support Activities; vii. Office/Flex warehouse viii. Watercraft and watercraft accessories and RV storage (if fenced/gated), includes drystack facilities ix. Wholesaling. 7. Compensating community benefits as identified by the PD zoning district in the New Hanover County Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) may include, but are not limited to, improved design, natural preservation, improved connectivity for pedestrians and/or vehicles, mixed-use development, green building practices, and dedication of land or in-lieu fee contribution. This project’s proposed compensating community benefits are as follows: This project proposes utilizing: Improved Design, Improved Connectivity for Pedestrians and/or Vehicles Mixed-Use Development Expansion of County-Wide Parks and Recreation Opportunities Transportation Facilities The use of architectural design that exceeds any minimum standards established in the UDO or any other County regulation, or the use of site design incorporating principals of walkable urbanism and traditional neighborhood development, compatible with the comprehensive plan and other adopted County plans. • This project has four main components all contributing to improved design. 1. Building a roadway connection that can alleviate traffic congestion in the northern part of New Hanover County. 2. The extension of Murrayville Road which moves the County closer to achieving its 2045 transportation goals in extension of the Road to the east. This opens up Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 9 - 6 opportunities for public/private partnership to further vehicular and pedestrian transportation/recreation corridors. 3. A mixed use community developed in a newly opened commercial growth node created in the county by the Military Cutoff Extension (MCE) corridor. 4. A cohesively designed project offering a variety of housing types that act as a transition from the proposed commercial/mixed use areas to the existing single -family homes and undeveloped land in the area. Project’s Compensating Community Benefits Defined: • Specifically addressing the architectural design within this proposed Community Mixed Use area of the county: The roadway connection is not only focused on vehicles. While the roadway connection will create significant positive impacts to the County as a whole, the road design will also include sidewalks/paths integrated into the overall proposed PD development which enhances pedestrian and bicycle use. This could be a public/private partnership to create a multi-use path (MUP). The sidewalks and paths are intended to be integrated into the plazas and landscape streetscape along Murrayville Road to create a welcoming streetscape. The applicant intends to introduce safe corridors for the pedestrians to access and interact with the proposed retail/office/restaurant pocket parks, courtyards, and outdoor dining areas. This multi-faceted roadway design will set the tone for the entire development and create a walkable community accessible by sidewalks among and landscaped corridors. Beyond the connectivity, the mixed-use project will be cohesively designed, meaning the master planned community can create common design themes tying the community together and smoothly transitioning more intensive commercial uses to smaller scale retail, restaurant, and mixed-use buildings to multi-family to townhomes before abutting the existing undeveloped and single-family neighborhoods in the area. • Road Connectivity: The project is planning both improved design in the architectural and landscape architectural design as well as an improved traffic design for the area. The developers of this project have worked with New Hanover County planning staff and NCDOT to develop a plan to extend an existing dead-end road, Murrayville Road, to the Military Cutoff Extension (MCE) which is currently under construction. All parties recognized the potential for a commercial node at a new prominent traffic corridor, the MCE. The developer’s plans include extension of the Murrayville Road Extension running through the project as a public right of way to be dedicated to NCDOT . This connection provides a much-needed alternative route for a large number of residents in northern New Hanover County. Currently, northern New Hanover County relies heavily on connections to Market Street to get out of their neighborhoods and out to shopping, dining, and entertainment. By converting a dead-end road into an extended road accessing the primary traffic corridor to alleviate traffic on Market Street, especially in the northern part of the county. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 9 - 7 • Improved Connectivity for Pedestrians and/or Vehicles and Expansion of County-Wide Parks and Recreation Opportunities: Additional connections to existing roads, sidewalks and paths allowing for bicycle and pedestrian facilities will be provided to improve connectivity internal to the development and, in appropriate places, to and from the development and existing residential and commercial development in the County, beyond the requirements of Section 5.2, Traffic, Access, and Connectivity. Murrayville Extension and the developer’s on-going work with NCDOT and County staff to plan the Murrayville Road Extension will further secure improved connectivity beyond the borders of the Murrayville area neighborhoods. This project will build an important connection of the County’s 2045 transportation plan that could link the Murrayville residents to the regional County amenity of Ogden Park, Market St, and future growth nodes. The developer is open to discussing private/public partnerships extending multi-modal connections through the development to expand recreation opportunities beyond t his development and recognizes the Military Cutoff Extension as a key way to connect a large section of New Hanover County to goods and services without overloading existing roadways. The road will help alleviate congestion in this portion of the County and will form an alternate route to and from area neighborhoods to goods and services within this project and beyond. • Mixed-Use Development. The proposed development will have a mixture of residential and commercial uses and product types all integrating well thought out design for a variety of residents both in our existing communities and travelers passing through on the future connected bypass network. The mixture of uses will be fully determined as the market drives demand, but the product types ide ntify the myriad of uses possible in the community. However, there could be vertically integrated mixed-use buildings planned as well. These buildings, if constructed as envisioned at this time, will likely be a significant part of the streetscape along Murrayville Road Extension. It is these buildings that will drive the design of the community focusing on streetscapes. Those streetscapes assign identity to a project, create spaces in which we can all can partake, and create opportunities to link a variety of goods and services to both existing and newly created community. Mixed-use projects like this one will create parks and recreation opportunities in integrated paths, plazas, courtyards, amenities, and open spaces. These developments also offer a variety of housing types to support a range of incomes and lifestyles as well as supporting and existing, well-established, and thriving single-family community in nearby neighborhood. • Other community benefit that would provide benefits to the development site and the citizens of the County, generally. The northern part of New Hanover County is primarily large tracts of vacant land, many tracts without paved roads or adequate access to p roperty and major road networks. One reason for this portion of the county being undeveloped or at the edge of development is the lack of available sewer to support commercial and denser residential development. This project is Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 9 - 8 actively seeking solutions in linking sewer to a this development, a potential major commercial and mixed-use hub in New Hanover County. The community benefits are that sewer could be available to a new section of New Hanover County opening-up an area for expanded tax base. Improved road connectivity within New Hanover County and nearby counties will be constructed without drastic impacts on existing road infrastructure. Goods and services, dining and entertainment will be offered to a large section of existing homes in northern New Hanover County, all with infrastructure built by and because of this project. While this is new development, it is smart development in all the ways o ur County’s future land use plan targets as goals and planning guidelines. This project offers so many benefits to the neighboring community by virtue of location and commitment to finding the right infrastructure improvements to better our County as a whole. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 9 - 9 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 10 - 1 PROPOSED SITE PLAN Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 12- 11 - 1 60 56 52 48 4458545046 48 48 44 50 46 44 42 48 44 46 44 42 42 44 44 56 52 48 54 50 46 44 44 44 48 5 0 46 48 50 46 44 44 44 46 44 46 42 42 42 42 44 4 444 44 42 42 4 2 44 4 8 44 50 46 52 5 0 44 46 4 4 4 6 4 8 4 4 4 6 44 44 46 4 4 46 44 44 44 44 46 4 8 46 5 2 48 4 4 5 4 5 0 46 44 44 44 44 44 46 42 42 44 M I L I T A R Y C U T O F F E X T E N S I O N N C D O T R . O . W PLANTATION ROAD CR O O K E D P I N E R O A D Mc K E E H O M E S a t H A N O V E R RE S E R V E S E R V I C E R O A D N C D O T D R A I N A G E E A S E M E N T N C D O T D R A I N A G E E A S E M E N T C A T - 1 C A T - 1 G R E U , T L - 3 MUR R A Y V I L L E R O A D EXT E N S I O N 6 0 ' P U B L I C R / W PLANTATION ROAD Mc K E E H O M E S a t H A N O V E R RE S E R V E U - T U R N / L E F T O V E R I N T O P R O J E C T L E F T O V E R / U - T U R N E N D O F 1 0 ' W I D E N C D O T M U L T I - U S E P A T H CR O O K E D P I N E R O A D PLANTATION ROAD MARKET STREETWHITE RDGORDON ROAD MURRAYVILLE ROADCOLLEGE RDMILITARYCUTOFF ROAD PLANTATION RD I-140I-40MILITARYCUTOFF EXTENSION SITE HANOVER RESERVE MIXED USE NEW HANOVER COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA 20 2 5 4 . P E DATE: SCALE: DESIGNED: DRAWN: CHECKED: PE I J O B # : CONCEPTUAL LAYOUT: PRELIMINARY LAYOUT: FINAL DESIGN: RELEASED FOR CONST: PROJECT STATUS REVISIONS: DRAWING INFORMATION SE A L CLIENT INFORMATION: 122 Cinema Drive Wilmington, North Carolina 28403 (910) 791-6707 (O) (910) 791-6760 (F) NC License #: C-2846 PRELIMINARY DESIGN - NOT RELEASED FOR CONSTRUCTION TDR-HL, LLC PO BOX 381 WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, NC 28480 MASTER PLAN MASTER PLANNED DEVELOPMENTMP D - 1 06.01.21 1" = 200' AHE JRC AHE N O R T H 0 SC A L E : 1" = 2 0 0 ' 10 0 ' 20 0 ' 40 0 ' VICINITY MAPNOT TO SCALENORTHSITE DATA:PROJECT ADDRESS:1308 CROOKED PINE RDPARCEL ID:R02800-004-104-000; R02800-004-031-000CURRENT ZONING:R-15PROPOSED ZONING:PDPROPOSED USE:COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL MIXED USEPROJECT SITE AREA:± 62.77 ACRES (SEE BELOW FOR BREAKDOWN OF PARCELS)MAXIMUM RESIDENTIAL UNITS:473 MAX.MAXIMUM COMMERICAL AREA:AS DEFINED IN TIA AND IN PARCEL DATA NOTES BELOWOWNER INFORMATION:TDR-HL, LLCPO BOX 381 WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH, NC 28480FLOOD INFORMATION:THIS PARCEL IS LOCATED IN A FLOOD ZONE X, ASDETERMINED BY FEMA FLOOD PANEL 3720325000J,DATED APRIL 3, 2006. NO BASE FLOOD ELEVATION ISREQUIRED.FUTURE LAND USE CLASSIFICATION:COMMUNITY MIXED USE PROPOSEDVEHICULAR &PEDESTRIANACCESS POINT/CIRCULATIONMULTI-USE PATHPER NCDOTDESIGNMURRAYVILLEEXTENSIONSTREETSCAPE SYMBOL LEGENDPOTENTIALACCESS NODEMURRAYVILLEEXTENSIONSTREETSCAPELANDSCAPEBUFFER ORSTREET YARD RE A L I G N E N D O F & E X T E N D MU R R A Y V I L L E R O A D T O N E W H I G H W A Y BU F F E R B E T W E E N E X I S T I N G R E S I D E N T I A L & P R O P O S E D P D P A R C E L S W I L L B E P R O V I D E D P E R U D O ST R E E T Y A R D S W I L L B E P R O V I D E D A L O N G M A I N P R O J E C T R O A D S D I V I D I N G CO M M E R C I A L A N D R E S I D E N T I A L U S E S ; A D D I T I O N A L B U F F E R I N G M A Y B E A D D E D PR O J E C T R O A D L O C A T I O N W I L L V A R Y . S H O W N F O R G R A P H I C R E P R E S E N T A T I O N OF I N T E R C O N N E C T I V I T Y B E T W E E N P A R C E L S ; A N I N T E G R A T E D V E H I C U L A R A N D PE D E S T R I A N N E T W O R K I S P R O P O S E D F O R T H E P R O J E C T BU F F E R B E T W E E N E X I S T I N G R E S I D E N T I A L & PR O P O S E D P D P A R C E L S W I L L B E P R O V I D E D P E R U D O ST R E E T Y A R D W I L L B E P R O V I D E D P E R U D O , T Y P . PA R C E L F C O N T I N U E S A R O U N D S E R V I C E R O A D C U R V E MI L I T A R Y C U T O F F E X T E N S I O N S E R V I C E R O A D ; D E S I G N E D & C O N S T R U C T E D B Y N C D O T EX I S T I N G N C D O T P L A N S F O R M I L I T A R Y C U T O F F E X T E N S I O N P R O P O S E A R I G H T IN / R I G H T O U T A T S E R V I C E R O A D I N T E R S E C T I O N EX I S T I N G N C D O T P L A N S F O R M I L I T A R Y C U T O F F E X T E N S I O N PR O P O S E A L E F T - O V E R T U R N M O V E M E N T A N D A C C E S S FR O M M U R R A Y V I L L E R D . E X T . T O N E W H I G H W A Y CO M M E R C I A L / MI X E D U S E / MU L T I - F A M I L Y RE S I D E N T I A L ±7 . 4 1 A C RE S I D E N T I A L ±1 8 . 2 8 A C / 3 1 2 U N I T S M A X . US E S C O U L D B E : A N Y PE R M I T T E D R E S I D E N T I A L US E S I N A P D Z O N E A N D / O R SE N I O R L I V I N G , C O N T I N U I N G CA R E C O M M U N I T Y CO M M E R C I A L / MI X E D U S E / MU L T I - F A M I L Y RE S I D E N T I A L AN D / O R S E N I O R LI V I N G , CO N T I N U I N G C A R E CO M M U N I T Y ±1 4 . 3 7 A C ±7 . 3 4 A C RE S I D E N T I A L T O W N H O M E S ±8 . 5 4 A C 60 U N I T S M A X . RE S I D E N T I A L O R CO M M E R I C A L ±3 . 0 8 A C RE S I D E N T I A L O R CO M M E R I C A L ±7 . 3 4 A C RE S I D E N T I A L O R CO M M E R I C A L ±1 . 8 1 A C F G C F D E A B Z O N I N G : R - 1 5 L A N D U S E : V A C A N T Z O N I N G : R - 1 5 L A N D U S E : V A C A N T Z O N I N G : R - 1 5 L A N D U S E : V A C A N T Z O N I N G : R - 1 5 L A N D U S E : V A C A N T Z O N I N G : R - 1 5 L A N D U S E : V A C A N T Z O N I N G : R - 1 5 L A N D U S E : V A C A N T ZO N I N G : R - 1 5 LA N D U S E : V A C A N T ZO N I N G : R - 5 LA N D U S E : RE S I D E N T I A L TO W N H O M E S ZO N I N G : R - 1 5 LA N D U S E : H O A C O M M O N A R E A / P O N D ZONIN G : R - 1 5 LAND U S E : SINGL E F A M I L Y RESID E N T I A L ZO N I N G : R - 1 5 LA N D U S E : V A C A N T ZO N I N G : R - 1 5 LA N D U S E : V A C A N T , AC C E S S T O H O M E I N R E A R , A D J P A R C E L ZO N I N G : R- 1 5 LA N D U S E : VA C A N T PD DIMENSIONAL REQUIREMENTSMINIMUM LOT AREA: 10 ACRESRESIDENTIAL USESCOMMERCIAL USESBUILDING SETBACK FROM PDDISTRICT BOUNDARY: 20'(CB SETBACK REQ.)BUILDING SETBACK FROMPEDESTRIAN & BIKE PATHS: 10'10'REQ. PROPOSED REQ. PROPOSEDMINIMUM FRONT SETBACK:010'20'20'MINIMUM REAR SETBACK:015'20'20'MINIMUM INTERIOR SETBACK:000 or 20' ABUTTING ADJ. RES. 20' ABUTTING ADJ. RES MIN.MINIMUM REAR SETBACK:015'10 or 25' ABUTTING ADJ.RES. 20' ABUTTING ADJ. RES MIN.BUILDING HEIGHT:80' MAX 65' EXCEPT>35' PARCEL D80' MAX,80' MAX. IN COMMERCIAL CORE OF PARCEL B,C; NO HIGHERTHAN 60' ANY BUILDING ADJACENT TOPERIPHERY OF PDOPEN SPACE:15% REQUIRED 15% PROVIDED AND SHARED AMONG PD PROPOSED USESALL USES ARE INCLUDED IN THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS DOCUMENT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PLAN.PARCEL DATAPARCEL ACREAGESDENSITY OR SFUSEPARCEL A:±18.28 AC312 UNITS MAXRESIDENTIAL/ MULTI-FAMILY/SENIOR LIVING/ CONTINUING CAREPARCEL B:±14.37 AC*COMMERCIAL/MIXED USE/RESIDENTIAL MULTI-FAMILY/SENIOR LIVING/ C O N T I N U I N G C A R E PARCEL C:± 7.41 AC*COMMERCIAL/MIXED USE/RESIDENTIAL MULTI-FAMILYPARCEL D:± 8.54 AC60 UNITS MAXRESIDENTIAL/TOWNHOMESPARCEL E:± 3.08 AC*COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL PARCEL F:± 7.34 AC*COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIALPARCEL G:± 1.81 AC*COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL* DENSITY / SF NOTE: RESIDENTIAL/MULTI-FAMILY/SENIOR LIVING/CONTINUING CARE UNITS MAY BE SPREAD ACROSS ALL PARCELS WITH "*" BUT WILL N O T E X C E E D M A X I M U M DENSITY OF 473 UNITS; COMMERCIAL AREA SHALL NOT EXCEED THE FOLLOWING: 100 ROOM HOTEL, 26,000 SF GENERAL OFFICE, 36,400 SF MEDICAL/DE N T A L O F F I C E , 1 0 6 , 9 2 2 SF SHOPPING CENTER, 17,540 SF RESTAURANT, 5,610 SF CONVENIENCE/GAS STATION, 102,700 SF MINI STORAGE/WAREHOUSE; NO USE OR DENSITY WIL L E X C E E D M A X I M U M S STUDIED IN THE TIABUILDING SEPARATION NOTES:1.NO ENCROACHMENT INTO THE PATH OF PROPOSEDTRANSPORTATION PROJECT WILL OCCUR. NO COMMERCIAL C.O.WILL BE ISSUED UNTIL NCDOT HAS MILITARY CUTOFF EXTENSION ISCOMPLETE.2.SINGLE FAMILY BUILDING, INCLUDING TOWNHOMES, SEPARATIONWILL BE 10' MINIMUM TO ANY STRUCTURE3.NO MULTI-FAMILY OR ATTACHED DWELLING UNIT WILL BE CLOSERTHAN 20' TO ANY STRUCTUREPARKING NOTES:1.OFF-STREET PARKING SHALL BE PROVIDED PER SECTION 5.1EXCEPT THE DESIGN OF PARKING LOTS OR SHARED PARKINGFACILITIES MAY BE APPROVED WITH MINOR DIMENSIONALDEVIATIONS. PARKING INFORMATION WILL BE PROVIDED ON TRCPLANS FOR REVIEW.SIGN NOTES:1.SIGNS WILL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 5.6 SIGNS.2.THE DEVELOPER WILL ERECT AND MAINTAIN STREET SIGNS WITHINTHE PD DISTRICTACCESS AND CONNECTIVITY NOTES:1.THE PROJECT SITE HAS DIRECT ACCESS TO MAJOR ARTERIAL ROAD.2.NCDOT WILL CONSTRUCT & MAINTAIN MILITARY CUTOFF EXTENSION.3.THE EXTENDED MURRAYVILLE ROAD WILL BE PUBLIC & DEDICATEDTO NCDOT4.OTHER PROJECT ROADS WILL BE PRIVATE AND MAINTAINED BY AHOA OR POA.5.ALL INTERIOR DRIVES WILL BE DESIGNED TO PROVIDE ADEQUATEACCESS FOR EMERGENCY SERVICE VEHICLES.6.POTENTIAL ACCESS POINTS TO ADJACENT PARCELS ARE IDENTIFIEDON PLAN. FUTURE DESIGN OF PARCEL WILL FURTHER DETERMINEPARCEL CONNECTIVITY POINTS.LANDSCAPE NOTES:1.BUFFERING AND LANDSCAPING SHALL MEET THE REQUIREMENTSOF SECTION 5.42.PLANTING DESIGN SHOWN IS DIAGRAMMATIC IMPROVEMENT NOTES:1.WATER AND SEWER TO BE PROVIDED BY CFPUA.2.ALL FIRE HYDRANTS AND WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS WILL MEETFIRE CODES.3.STORMWATER MANAGEMENT NOT SHOWN, BUT WILL BEDESIGNED WITH FULL PLANNING EFFORTS.4.A DRAINAGE PLAN PURSUANT TO UDO SECTION 6.3.3.E WILL BEPROVIDED FOR REVIEW DURING DESIGN DEVELOPMENT. STREETLIGHTS WILL BE PLACED 1 EVERY 500 LF OR LESS.5.TOT LOTS OR MINI PARKS PROVIDED AT A RATE OF 1 AC PER 1000POPULATION AND WITHIN 1 MILE OF RESIDENTIAL AREAS6.AUDIBLE FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS WILL CONNECT TO CENTRALDISPATCH FOR ALL STRUCTURES EXCEPT SINGLE FAMILY ADDUPLEX RESIDENTIALPROJECT ROAD NOTES:1.EXISTING NCDOT PLANS FOR MILITARY CUTOFF EXTENSION PROPOSE A RIGHT IN/OUT MOVEMENT AT THE SERVICE ROAD AND A LEFT -OVERTURN MOVEMENT AND ACCESS FROM MURRAYVILLE RD. EXT. TO NEWHIGHWAY;2.DEVELOPER IS IN ON-GOING DISCUSSIONS FOR ADDITIONALIMPROVEMENTS TO MURRAYVILLE/MILITARY CUTOFF EXT.INTERSECTION.3.NO DISCUSSIONS OR MASTER PLAN APPROVAL WILL ALTER EXISTINGHWY CONSTRUCTION TIMELINE.4.ALL IMPROVEMENTS WILL BE DISCUSSED, REVIEWED, AND APPROVEDBY WMPO AND NCDOT AS WELL AS COUNTY ENGINEERING ANDPLANNING.5.INTERNAL PROJECT ROADS WILL BE PRIVATE ROADS BUILT TO NCDO T STANDARDS AND REVIEWED BY COUNTY PLANNING, ENGINEERING.NCDOT WILL REVIEW DRIVEWAY PERMITS AND APPROVE CONNECTION S TO MURRAYVILLE ROAD. NO INTERNAL PROJECT ROADS ARE DESIGNE D AT THIS TIME. ROAD ALIGNMENT, ACCESS POINTS AND CIRCULATIONINSIDE PARCELS WILL BE FULLY DESIGNED AND REVIEWED DURINGCOUNTY TRC PROCESS. GRAPHICS SHOWN FOR REPRESENTATION O F IDEA ONLY.SITE INVENTORY NOTES:TREE NOTES:1.A SITE VISIT WAS PERFORMED JULY 2020 TO REVIEW EXISTINGVEGETATION AND OTHER CONDITIONS. NO SIGNIFICANT, SPECIMEN,OR HERITAGE TREES WERE OBSERVED DURING THE VISIT. IF ANYARE FOUND DURING DESIGN DEVELOPMENT OR CONSTRUCTION,THEY WILL BE PRESERVED OR TREE REMOVAL PERMIT WILL BEOBTAINED THROUGH NEW HANOVER COUNTY.2.EXISTING VEGETATION IS PRIMARILY SCRUB OAK AND PINES 1” - 2”AND WAX MYRTLE. 3.WETLANDS AND DITCHES EXIST ON SITE. ALL IMPACTS WILL BESUBMITTED FOR REVIEW AND APPROVAL WITH THE USACE. D MU R R A Y V I L L E R O A D S T R E E T S C A P E ZO N I N G : R - 1 5 LA N D U S E : V A C A N T REV. 1. Per NHC Planning Comments 06/14/21 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 12- 12 - 1 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQU E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 8/2/2021 Regular D E PA R T M E N T: Planning P R E S E N T E R(S ): N icole Smith, Senior Planner C O N TA C T (S ): N ico le Smith; Rebekah Ro th, Pla nning & L and U se D irector S U B J EC T: P ublic Hearing Rezoning Request (Z 21-09) - Request by Design S olu3 ons on B ehalf of the P roperty Owners, W P E Holdings, L LC and S enca P roper3es, L LC , to Rezone A pproxim ately 12.99 A c res of L and L ocated in the 9000 Block of M arket S treet from B-1, N eighborhood Business District, (C Z D) B -1, C ondi3 onal N eig hborhood Business Distric t, and R- 15, Residen3al District to (C Z D) R M F-M H, C on d i3onal Residen3 al M ul3family M oderate-High Density District, in O rder to C onstruct a 256-U nit A partment Developm ent B R I E F S U M M A RY: T he a pplic ant is seeking to rezone 12.99 acres of land located in the 9000 block o f Market Street from B -1, (C ZD)B -1, and R -15 to (C Z D ) R M F-M H (C ondi0onal Residen0al Mul0family Medium-High D ensity D istrict). T he remainder o f bo th tracts will retain the current B -1 and R -15 zo ning. T he purpo se o f the R M F-M H, Residen0al Mul0f amily Medium-H igh D ensity District is to accommoda te lands f o r medium to high density residen0al development with emphasis o n midrise structures, near suburban shopping centers and employment c enters. T he intent o f the district is to func0on as a transi0o n between intensive nonresiden0al develo pment and lo wer density residen0al develo pment. T he applicant is pro posing to construct a 256-unit mul0family development. T he units will be a co mbina0on o f o ne, two , and three bedrooms. T he proposal includes six residen0al buildings, a clubho use and amenity center, with a po o l, and six, one-sto ry accessory buildings. Two residen0al buildings will be three sto ries tall, with twenty-four units each, and f o ur residen0al buildings will be four sto ries tall, co ntaining between forty-eight and fi7y-six units ea c h. Primary access to the develo pment will be provided o n Market Street at an exis0ng le7-o ver median break. I nterconnec0vity to the medic al park will be pro vided with the extensio n o f Senca D rive. T he develo pment will be required to pro vide 20% open space, f o r a tota l of 2.6 acres, including the 0.8 acres dedicated to the amenity center and pool. T he site will u0lize the infi ltra0on basin lo cated o n the adjacent parcel. T he current master permit f o r the basin has an allo ca0on o f 14.11 acres o f impervio us surf ace. T he development will be required to comply with bo th the county and state sto rmwater management requirements. U nder the C ounty's performance residen0al standards, the subject parcel would be permi?ed up to 32 units at a density o f 2.5 du/ac. T he R M F-MH, Residen0al Mul0family Medium-H igh Density District allo ws a maximum density of 25 units per acre. the applica nt is propo sing 256 units, for a n overall density of 19.9 units per acre (13.4 dwelling units per acre f o r the parent tract, including the R -15 po r0o n no t subject to the rezo ning request.) A Traffi c I mpact Analysis (T I A) for the en0re Sco ?'s Hill Medic al Park development was approved in J une 2019 and studied the impacts of general office, medical offi c e, retail, a nd a drive-thro ugh pharmacy. T he scope of the pro ject has been mo dified to inc lude general o ffice, medical offi ce, retail, a drive through pharmacy, and 256 dwelling units. Due to the size and intensity o f the land uses, the a pplicant's traffic engineer produced a technica l memorandum, dated May 19, 2021, to serve as an addendum to the previo usly approved T I A. T he memo randum has been reviewed and appro ved by both the N C D OT and the W M P O with the agreement the full build improvements are sufficient and Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13 replace the previous phased improvement schedule included in the 2019 T I A. All impro vements wo uld be required prio r to the issuance o f a cer0ficate of occupancy of the a pa rtment development. B ased o n the current general student genera0on rate, staff would es0ma te that the increase in ho mes would result in appro ximately 56 addi0onal students than would be generated under current zo ning. T he general student genera0on rate pro vides only a n es0mate of an0cipated student yield as different fo rms o f housing at different pric e po ints yield different numbers o f students. O ver the pa st four years, staff has also seen a decline in the number o f students generated by new development. Student numbers remained rela0vely sta ble between 2015 and 2020 (excep0ng the impacts of the C OV I D-19 pandemic), while 14,500 new residen0al units were permi?ed acro ss the co unty. I n addi0on, the student po pula0on is an0cipated to only gro w by appro ximately 1,300 students over the next 10 years based on the recent N ew Hanover C o unty Scho o ls Facility N eeds Study. Please refer to the Scho o ls sec0on included in this report for addi0o nal informa0on on school enrollment a nd c apacity. O ne o f the go als of the N ew H ano ver C o unty Strategic Plan for 2018-2023 is to encourage the development o f complete communi0es in the uninc o rpora ted co unty by increasing housing diversity and a c c ess to basic goods and services. T he pro posed R M F-M H zoning district would allow f o r a n increase in ho using diversity and wo uld allow tho se residents to u0lize exis0ng support services and community fa c ili0es within one mile o f the subject property. T he subject pro perty is part o f the Sco?s Hill Medical Park develo pment. T he subject property is located between residen0al and non-residen0al zo ning districts and will have direct access to U S-17, a principal arterial roadway. T he site is currently vacant; ho wever, its current zo ning and T I A appro val allow general offi c e, medical offi ce, retail, and a pharmacy with a drive-thro ugh. Adding a residen0al use to the subject site provides f o r a range of ho using types in the uninco rporated area and will suppo rt the S c o ?s H ill node. T he three-story buildings will be clo sest to the exis0ng R -15 zo ning with the taller buildings on the Sco?s Hill Medic al Park side. T he 2016 C omprehensive Plan pro vides a general representa0on of the vision for N ew Hanover C ounty's future land use, as designated by place types describing the c ha racter and func0on o f the diff erent types o f development that make up the community. T hese place types are intended to iden0fy general areas for par0cular development pa?erns and should no t be interpreted as being parcel specific. T he subject pa rc el is primarily C o mmunity Mixed U se, with roughly 3% designated as General Residen0al. B ecause of the general na ture of place type bo rders, sites loca ted in pro ximity to the bo undaries between place types co uld be appropria tely develo ped with either place type, allo wing site-specifi c features and evo lving development pa?erns in the surro unding a rea to be considered. T he pro posed (C ZD) R M F-M H, C ondi0onal Residen0a l Mul0family Medium-High D ensity D istrict rezoning is generally C O N S I S T E N T with the intent o f the 2016 C o mprehensive Plan beca use this zoning district is intended to provide alterna0ve ho using types to single-family detached development, the project pro vides f o r the types and mixtures of uses reco mmended in the C o mmunity Mixed U se Place type, a nd the pro ject will locate co mmunity services in close proximity to nearby residents upon f ull build o f the medical park. T he Planning B o ard considered this a pplica0on at their J uly 8, 2021 mee0ng. At the mee0ng, two residents spoke in opposi0o n to the request, ci0ng concerns of draina ge, density, and traffic. T he Planning B o ard recommended approval of the a pplic a0on (6-0), fi nding it to be: C O N S I S T E N T with the purposes and intent of the C omprehensive Plan because because the project provides for the types and mixture o f uses reco mmended in the C o mmunity Mixed U se pla c e type, and the pro ject, upon full build, will provide co mmunity services in close proximity to nearby residents. Further the proposed design supports the Sco?s Hill no de and retains wetlands and low-density residen0al zoning as an addi0o nal buffer against the school pro perty. T he Pla nning B oard also found A P P R OVA L of the rezoning request is reaso nable and in the public interest because the pro posal would benefit the community by pro viding a diverse housing o p0on near a retail, service, and emplo yment node. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13 S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : S taff concurs with the P lanning B oard's recomm enda3on a nd suggest the f o llo wing mo 0o n: I move to A P P R OV E the pro posed rezoning to a (C Z D ) R M F -MH , C ondi0onal R M F-M H district. I fi nd it to be C O N S I S T E N T with the purposes and intent of the C omprehensive Plan because the project provides f o r the types and mixture of uses reco mmended in the C ommunity Mixed U se place type, and the pro ject, upon f ull build, will pro vide community services in clo se proximity to nearby residents. F urther the pro posed design suppo rts the Sco ?s H ill node and retains wetlands and low-density residen0al zo ning as an addi0onal buff er against the school pro perty. I also find A P P R OVA L of the rezoning request is reasonable a nd in the public interest because the propo sal would benefit the community by providing a diverse housing op0on nea r a retail, service and employment no de. [O p3onal] N ote any co ndi0ons to be added to the distric t. I move to D E N Y the pro posed rezoning to a (C Z D ) R M F -MH , C ondi0onal R M F-M H district. W hile I find it to be C O N S I S T E N T with the purposes and intent of the C omprehensive Plan because the project provides f o r the types and mixture of uses reco mmended in the C ommunity Mixed U se place type, and the pro ject, upon f ull build, will pro vide community services in clo se proximity to nearby residents, I fi nd DE N I A L o f the rezo ning request is reasonable and in the public interest because the proposal is not consistent with the desired character of the surrounding community and the density will adversely impact the adjacent neighborho o ds. AT TA C H M E N T S : Descrip0on Z21-09 Script BOC Z21-09 Staff Report BOC Z21-09 Zoning Map Z21-09 Future Land Use Map Z21-09 Neighboring Properties Applicant Materials CS Z21-09 Application Package Proposed Site Plan CS Z21-09 Proposed Concept Plan C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anag er) R ecommend approval as presented by staff. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Approved with one condition 5-0. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13 SCRIPT for Zoning Map Amendment Application (Z21-09) Request by Design Solutions on behalf of the property owners, WPE Holdings LLC and Senca Properties LLC, to rezone approximately 12.99 acres of land located in the 9000 block of Market Street from B- 1, Neighborhood Business, (CZD) B-1, Conditional Neighborhood Business District, and R-15, Residential District to (CZD) RMF-MH, Conditional Residential Multifamily Medium-High Density District, in order to construct a 256-unit apartment development. 1. This is a public hearing. We will hear a presentation from staff. Then the applicant and any opponents will each be allowed 15 minutes for their presentation and an additional 5 minutes for rebuttal. 2. Conduct Hearing, as follows: a. Staff presentation b. Applicant’s presentation (up to 15 minutes) c. Opponent’s presentation (up to 15 minutes) d. Applicant’s rebuttal (up to 5 minutes) e. Opponent’s rebuttal (up to 5 minutes) 3. Close the public hearing 4. Board discussion 5. Vote on the application. The motion should include a statement saying how the change is, or is not, consistent with the land use plan and why approval or denial of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the public interest. Example Motion for Approval I move to APPROVE the proposed rezoning to a (CZD) RMF-MH, Conditional RMF-MH district. I find it to be CONSISTENT with the purposes and intent of the Comprehensive Plan because the project provides for the types and mixture of uses recommended in the Community Mixed Use place type, and the project, upon full build, will provide community services in close proximity to nearby residents. Further the proposed design supports the Scotts Hill node and retains wetlands and low-density residential zoning as an additional buffer against the school property. I also find APPROVAL of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the public interest because the proposal would benefit the community by providing a diverse housing option near a retail, service and employment node. [Optional] Note any conditions to be added to the district. Example Motion for Denial I move to DENY the proposed rezoning to a (CZD) RMF-MH, Conditional RMF-MH district. While I find it to be CONSISTENT with the purposes and intent of the Comprehensive Plan because the project provides for the types and mixture of uses recommended in the Community Mixed Use place type, and the project, upon full build, will provide community services in close proximity to nearby residents, I find DENIAL of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 1 - 1 public interest because the proposal is not consistent with the desired character of the surrounding community and the density will adversely impact the adjacent neighborhoods. Alternative Motion for Approval/Denial: I move to [Approve/Deny] the proposed rezoning to a conditional RMF-MH district. I find it to be [Consistent/Inconsistent] with the purposes and intent of the Comprehensive Plan because [insert reasons] __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ I also find [Approval/Denial] of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the public interest because [insert reasons] __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 1 - 2 Z21-09 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 1 of 19 STAFF REPORT FOR Z21-09 CONDITIONAL REZONING APPLICATION APPLICATION SUMMARY Case Number: Z21-09 Request: Rezoning to a (CZD) RMF-MH, Conditional Residential Multifamily Medium-High Density District Applicant: Property Owner(s): Cindee Wolf with Design Solutions WPE Holdings, LLC & Senca Properties, LLC Location: Acreage: 9000 Market Street 12.99 PID(s): Comp Plan Place Type: R02900-002-068-000 R02900-002-008-000 Community Mixed Use and General Residential Existing Land Use: Proposed Land Use: Undeveloped Multifamily development Current Zoning: Proposed Zoning: B-1, Neighborhood Business, (CZD) B-1Conditional Neighborhood Business District & R-15, Residential (CZD) RMF-MH SURROUNDING AREA LAND USE ZONING North Undeveloped B-1 East Undeveloped R-15 South Single-Family Residential and undeveloped R-15 West Undeveloped, Single-Family Residential, and Right- of-way R-15 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 2 - 1 Z21-09 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 2 of 19 ZONING HISTORY July 1, 1974 Initially zoned R-15 (Area 5) January 8, 2007 Portions of the property were rezoned from R-15 to (CUD) B-1 and (CUD) O&I (Z-853) to allow for office, retail, financing, and service- related uses (Scotts Hill Medical Park). August 11, 2014 A portion of the medical park was rezoned from (CUD) O&I to (CZD) O&I (Z-934) as a result of a request to add an emergency helicopter landing pad to the New Hanover Medical Center. May 6, 2019 Portions of the property were rezoned from (CUD) B-1, (CZD) O&I, and R-15 to B-1 (Z19-05), for Scotts Hill Medical Park. COMMUNITY SERVICES Water/Sewer Water and sewer services are available through CFPUA. Fire Protection New Hanover County Fire Services, New Hanover County Northern Fire District, New Hanover County Porters Neck Station Schools Porters Neck Elementary, Holly Shelter Middle, and Laney High School Recreation Ogden Park, Pages Creek Park Reserve CONSERVATION, HISTORIC, & ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESOURCES Conservation No known conservation resources Historic No known historic resources Archaeological No known archaeological resources Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 2 - 2 Z21-09 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 3 of 19 APPLICANT’S PROPOSED CONCEPTUAL PLAN • The applicant is proposing to rezone12.99 a cres to (CZD) RMF-MH, Conditional Residential Multifamily Medium-High Density District. The remainder of both tracts will retain the current B-1 and R-15 zoning. • The applicant is proposing to construct a 256-unit multifamily development. The units will be a combination of one, two, and three bedrooms. • The proposal includes six residential buildings, a clubhouse and amenity center, with a pool, and six, one-story accessory buildings. Two residential buildings will be three stories tall, with twenty-four units each, and four residential buildings will be four stories tall, containing between forty-eight and fifty-six units each. • Primary access to the development will be provided on Market Street at an existing left- over median break. Interconnectivity to the medical park will be provided with the extension of Senca Drive. • The development will be required to provide 20% open space, for a total of 2.6 acres, including the 0.8 acres dedicated to the amenity center and pool. • The site will utilize the existing infiltration basin located on the adjacent parcel. The current master permit for the basin has an allocation of 14.11 acres of impervious surface. • The development will be required to comply with both the county and state stormwater management requirements. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 2 - 3 Z21-09 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 4 of 19 ZONING CONSIDERATIONS • The subject property is part of the Scott’s Hill Medical Park development. To date one parcel of the development has been built, Wilmington Eye (medical office building). Future phases forecast retail, general office, and a drive-through pharmacy. • The site has an extensive zoning history. The property was originally zoned for low-density residential in the early 1970s, rezoned for office and institutional uses in the late 2000s, and the current neighborhood business zoning was obtained in 2019. The B -1, Neighborhood Business Zoning District allows for multifamily dwellings with a special use permit as part of a mixed-use development; however, it limits the height to a maximum of 35 feet. • The site has been zoned B-1 since May 2019. The intent of the B-1, Neighborhood Business District, is to provide lands that accommodate a range of small -scale, low-intensity, neighborhood serving commercial development that provide goods and services to residents of adjacent neighborhoods. • The purpose of the RMF-MH, Residential Multifamily Medium-High Density District is to accommodate lands for medium to high density residential development with emphasis on midrise structures, near suburban shopping centers and employment centers. The intent of the district is to function as a transition between intensive nonresidential development and lower density residential development. • Under the County’s performance residential standards, the subject parcel would be permitted up to 32 units at a density of 2.5 du/ac. The RMF-MH, Residential Multifamily Medium-High Density District allows a maximum density of 25 units per acre. The applicant is proposing 256 units, for an overall density of 19.9 units per acre (13.4 dwelling units per acre for the parent tract, including the R-15 portion not subject to the rezoning request.) • The site is situated between low-density residential to the south and east, a principal arterial roadway to the west, and commercially zoned property to the north. • The proposal provides the required transitional buffer to the adjacent single-family zoning south of the request. Additionally, the design preserves 4.2 acres of wetlands, adjacent the vacant Coastal Preparatory Academy property, which would remain zoned R-15. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 2 - 4 Z21-09 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 5 of 19 AREA SUBDIVISIONS UNDER DEVELOPMENT Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 2 - 5 Z21-09 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 6 of 19 TRANSPORTATION • Primary access to the complex is directly from Market Street, a n NCDOT-maintained principal arterial street, at an existing left -over median break. In addition, the interconnected street network of the medical park allows for a second access to Market Street with the extension of Senca Drive to Scotts Hill Medical Drive. Egress onto Market Street at the site access is limited to right-only. The intersection of Market Street and Scotts Hill Medical Drive will be signalized. • A Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) for the entire Scott’s Hill Medical Park development was approved in June 2019 and studied the impacts of general office, medical office, retail and a drive-through pharmacy. • The scope of the project has been modified to include general office, medical office, retail, a drive-through pharmacy, and 256 dwelling units. • Due to the change in size and intensity of the land uses, the applicant’s traffic engineer produced a technical memorandum, dated May 19, 2021, to serve as an addendum to the previously approved TIA. The memorandum has been reviewed and approved by both the NCDOT and the WMPO with the agreement the full build improvements are sufficient and replace the previous phased improvement schedule included in the 2019 TIA. All improvements would be required prior to the issuance of a certificate of occupancy of the apartment development. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 2 - 6 Z21-09 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 7 of 19 Proposed Scotts Hill Medical Park Development Site plan Comparison of Potential Trip Generation Scenarios Intensity Approx. Peak Hour Trips Existing Development (B-1) 23,400 sf medical office 51 AM/58 PM Approved Development (B-1) 132,000 sf general Office 187 AM/173 PM 32,000 sf retail 104 AM/ 122 PM 9,000 sf pharmacy with drive-through 18 AM/47 PM Proposed Development (B-1 & (CZD)RMF-MH) 256 dwelling units 90 AM/ 86 PM 9,000 sf pharmacy with drive-through 18 AM/47 PM 45,200 sf general office 73 AM/94 PM 15,000 sf retail 99 AM/69 PM Net Change N/A +5 AM/ -75 PM Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 2 - 7 Z21-09 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 8 of 19 • The net difference in the total trip allocation for the previous land uses and the updated land uses, including the proposed multi -family development, is 5 additional AM peak hour trips and a decrease of 75 PM peak hour trips. • The required roadway improvements, are outlined below: ▪ US 17 at the proposed North Bound (NB) to South Bound (SB) U-turn, south of SR 1571(Scotts Hill Loop Road South ) • Provide a northbound U-turn lane with 200 feet of storage, 50 feet of full-width deceleration, and 200 feet taper. • The opening of the median break for the new U-turn will require a request for approval by the NCDOT State Traffic Engineer. ▪ US 17 at the NB to SB U -turn, south of SR 1571 (Scotts Hill Loop Road South) (this U-turn is to be constructed with Phase 1) • Signalize the intersection. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 2 - 8 Z21-09 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 9 of 19 ▪ US 17 at Scotts Hill Medical Drive (Right in right out; proposed directional crossover) • Convert the existing RIRO to a directional crossover. Provide a southbound left-turn lane with 125 feet of storage, 50 feet of full width deceleration, and 200 feet of taper. • Provide westbound dual right-turn lanes by constructing an additional right-turn lane with 100 feet of storage, 25 feet of f ull width deceleration, and 75 feet of taper. • Signalize the intersection. • The opening of the median break for the new directional crossover will require a request for approval by the NCDOT State Traffic Engineer. ▪ US 17 at the NB to SB U-turn, south of SR 1 571 (Scotts Hill Loop Road South)(this U-turn is to be constructed with Phase 1, and signalized with Phase 2) ▪ US 17 at Site Access, located at existing closed off median break south of Scotts Hill Medical Drive (Proposed signalized SB directional crossover) • Provide dual westbound right-turn lane with one lane full and one lane with 100 feet of storage, 25 feet of full width storage, and 75 feet of taper. • Provide northbound right-turn lane with 250 feet of storage, 50 feet of full width deceleration, and 200 feet of taper. • Remove barrier from southbound left-turn lane and repave/repair as determined by the District Office. • Signalize the intersection. • The re-opening of the median break for the new directional crossover will require a request for approval by the NCDOT State Traffic Engineer. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 2 - 9 Z21-09 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 10 of 19 Nearby Planned Transportation Improvements and Traffic Impact Analyses Nearby NC STIP Projects: • STIP Project W-5803B o Project to install shoulder rumble strips between New Hanover County/ Pender County line and mile post 19.3 in Onslow County. o The safety project is scheduled to be constructed in 2022. Nearby Traffic Impact Analyses: Traffic Impact Analyses are completed in accordance with the WMPO and NCDOT standards. Approved analyses must be re-examined by NCDOT if the proposed development is not completed by the build out date established within the TIA. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 2 - 10 Z21-09 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 11 of 19 Proposed Development Land Use/Intensity TIA Status • Coastal Preparatory Academy • Phase 1 (2016-2017)- 490 students • Phase 2 (2018-2019)- 587 students • Phase 3 (2019-2020)- 664 students • Phase 4 (2020-2021)731 students • TIA approved January 11, 2017 • Full Build 2021 The TIA required improvements be completed at certain intersections in the area. The notable improvements consisted of: • Extension of the existing northbound left/u-turn lane at US 17 and Sidbury Road • Modification of signal timing at traffic lights located on US 17 at Scotts Hill Loop Road and Sidbury Road • Driveway improvements at the site’s access with Pandion Drive • Installation of a left turn lane into the site • Installation of dual westbound right-turn lanes on Scott Hill Loop Road at the US 17 intersection Nearby Proposed Developments included within the TIA: • Blake Farms • New Hanover Regional Medical Center • Scotts Hill Village Development Status: Complete Proposed Development Land Use/Intensity TIA Status • Blake Farms (Pender County) • 111,925 sf Mini-Warehouse • 407 Townhomes • 15,600 sf Office • 34,500 sf Restaurant • 3,500 sf Restaurant w/ Drive- Thru (Fast Food) • 7,700 sf Aquarium • 8,400 sf Retail • 250 Senior Multi-Family Units • 50 Single-Family Homes • 10,000 sf Restaurant (Event Center) • 20,000 sf Medical Office • TIA Approved July 6, 2015 • TIA revision approved January 31, 2020. • Full build 2025 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 2 - 11 Z21-09 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 12 of 19 The TIA required improvements be completed at certain intersections in the area. The notable improvements consisted of: • Installation of three (3) site accesses along US 17 in Pender County. Site Access 1 will include a signalized northbound directional crossover into the site. Site Access 2 and Site Access 3 will be right in-right out • Installation of signalized southbound to northbound U-turn lane north of Sidbury Road • Installation of signalized northbound to southbound U-turn lane north of Scotts Hill Loop Road (North) Nearby Proposed Developments included within the TIA: • None Development Status: the site’s main internal roadway (Blake farms Boulevard) has been constructed. No other roadway improvements have been completed at this time. ENVIRONMENTAL • The property does not contain any Special Flood Hazard Areas or Natural Heritage Areas . • The property is within the Futch Creek watershed. • Per the Classification of Soils in New Hanover County for Septic Tank Suitability, soils on the property consist of Class I (slight limitation) and Class III (severe limitation). However, the site is expected to be served by CFPUA when developed. OTHER CONSIDERATIONS SCHOOLS • Students living in the proposed development would be assigned to Porters Neck Elementary, Holly Shelter Middle, and Laney High Schools. Students may apply to attend public magnet, year-round elementary, or specialty high schools. • Because all but 0.05 acres of the subject site is zoned for non-residential use, no dwelling units would be permitted by right under the current zoning. A maximum of 256 units could be developed under the proposed rezoning. • Based on the current general student generation rate*, the increase in homes would result in approximately 56 additional students than would be generated under current zoning. • The general student generation rate provides only an estimate of anticipated student yield as different forms of housing at different price points yield different numbers of students. Over the past four years, staff has also seen a decline in the number of students generated by new development. Student numbers remained relatively stable between 2015 and 2020 (excepting the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic), while 14,500 new residential units were permitted across the county. In addition, the student population is anticipated to only grow by approximately 1,300 students over the next 10 years based on the recent New Hanover County Schools Facility Needs Study. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 2 - 12 Z21-09 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 13 of 19 Development Type Intensity Estimated Student Generation (generalized historic student generation rate)* Existing Development Undeveloped Approximate**Total: 0 (0 elementary, 0 middle, 0 high Typical Development under Current B-1 Zoning 0 residential units Approximate**Total: 0 (0 elementary, 0 middle, 0 high) Proposed (CZD) RMF-MH Zoning 256 residential units Approximate**Total: 56 (23 elementary, 13 middle, 20 high) *The current general student generation rate was calculated by dividing the projected New Hanover County public school student enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year by the number of dwelling units in the county. Currently, there are an average of 0.22 public school students (0.09 for elementary, 0.05 for middle, and 0.08 for high) generated per dwelling unit across New Hanover County. These numbers are updated annually and include students attending out-of-district specialty schools, such as year-round elementary schools, Isaac Bear, and SeaTech. **Because the student generation rate often results in fractional numbers, all approximate student generation yields with a fraction of 0.5 or higher are rounded up to a whole number and yields with a fractio n of less than 0.5 are rounded down. This may result in student numbers at the elementary, middle, and high school levels not equaling the approximate total. • Given the size of the proposed development, it may have a build-out date within 5 years, so staff has outlined existing school capacity to provide a general impact of the potential impact on public schools. These numbers do not reflect any future capacity upgrades that may occur over the next five years or trends in student population changes. School Enrollment* and Capacity** (2021-2022 School Year) * Enrollment is based on the New Hanover County Schools enrollment that was projected for the 202 1-2022 school year. **Capacity calculations were determined based on the projected capacities for the 2021-2022 school year, and funded or planned capacity upgrades were those included in the Facility Needs Study presented by New Hanover County Schools to the Board of Education in January 2021. This information does not take into account flexible scheduling that may be available in high school settings, which can reduce the portion of the student body on campus at any one time. Level Total NHC Capacity School Enrollment of Assigned School Capacity of Assigned School w/ Portables Capacity of Assigned School Funded or Planned Capacity Upgrades Elementary 95% Porters Neck 473 552 86% None Middle 108% Holly Shelter 965 934 103% None High 100% Laney 2,125 2,013 106% None Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 2 - 13 Z21-09 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 14 of 19 • The recent facility needs survey that has been prepared by Schools staff indicates that, based on NC Department of Public Instruction (DPI) student growth projections and school capacity data, planned facility upgrades, combined with changes to student enrollment patterns, will result in adequate capacity district wide over the next five years if facility upgrades are funded. NEW HANOVER COUNTY STRATEGIC PLAN • One of the goals of the New Hanover County Strategic Plan for 2018-2023 is to encourage the development of complete communities in the unincorpo rated county by increasing housing diversity and access to basic goods and services. • The proposed RMF-MH zoning district would allow for an increase in housing diversity and would allow those residents to utilize existing support services and community facilities within one mile of the subject property. • The subject property is located in the Porters Neck community area, where 70% of residents currently live within one-mile of a support service (urgent care, primary doctor’s office, child & adult care, etc.) and 43% live within one-mile of a community facility (public park, school, museum etc.) The proposed RMF-MH district would increase the number of residences within one-mile of support services (70% to 71%) and community facilities (43% to 47%). • The predominant housing type in the area is single family detached at 80%. Under the proposed RMF-MH district the site would allow for multifamily housing (apartments) and increase housing type diversity by reducing the percentage of single family detac hed (80% to 75%) and increasing the percentage of multifamily (15% to 20%). Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 2 - 14 Z21-09 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 15 of 19 REPRESENTATIVE DEVELOPMENTS Representative Developments of B-1 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 2 - 15 Z21-09 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 16 of 19 Representative Developments of RMF-MH Amberleigh Shores Parks at Three Oaks Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 2 - 16 Z21-09 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 17 of 19 Context and Compatibility • The subject property is part of the Scott’s Hill Medical Park development. The subject property is located between residential and non-residential zoning districts and will have direct access to US -17, a principal arterial roadway. • The site is currently vacant; however, it’s current zoning and TIA approval allow general office, medical office, retail, and a pharmacy with a drive-through. • Adding a residential use to the subject site provides for a range of housing types in the unincorporated area and will support the Scott’s Hill node. • The three-story buildings will be closest to the existing R-15 zoning with the taller buildings on the Scotts Hill Medical Park side. 2016 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN The New Hanover County Future Land Use Map provides a general representation of the vision for New Hanover County’s future land use, as designated by place types describing the character and function of the different types of development that make up the community. These place types are intended to identify general areas for particular development patterns and should not be interpreted as being parcel specific. Future Land Use Map Place Type General Residential & Community Mixed Use The subject parcel is primarily Community Mixed Use, with roughly 3 % designated as General Residential. Because of the general nature of place type borders, sites located in proximity to the boundaries between place types could be appropriately developed with either place type, allowing site -specific features and evolving development patterns in the surrounding area to be considered. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 2 - 17 Z21-09 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 18 of 19 Place Type Description Community Mixed Use: Focus on small-scale, compact, mixed use development patterns that serve all modes of travel and act as an attractor for county residents and visitors. Types of appropriate uses include office, retail, mixed use, recreational, commercial, institutional, and multi-family and single-family residential. General Residential: Focuses on lower-density housing and associated civic and commercial services. Typically, housing is single-family or duplexes. Commercial uses should be limited to strategically located office and retail spaces, while recreation and school facilities are encouraged throughout. Types of appropriate uses include single-family residential, low-density multi-family residential, light commercial, civic and recreational. Analysis The proposed (CZD) RMF-MH development is located between low-density residential, a principal arterial roadway, and commercially zoned property. In general, the Comprehensive Plan designates areas along roadways for higher residential densities and a mix of uses and those near existing neighborhoods as General Residential in order to allow for an orderly transition of densities and intensities. The proposed (CZD) RMF-MH zoning would provide a transition in density and intensity between future Community Mixed Use development along US 17 and the existing single family residential districts on two sides of the subject site. Providing options for alternati ve housing types in direct relationship to single-family detached development is one of the stated intents for this district. The subject site is primarily classified as Community Mixed Use, which envisions moderate density residential development up to 15 dwelling units per acre The applicant is proposing 256 units, for an overall density of 19.9 units per acre for the subject site and 13.4 dwelling units per acre for the parent tract, which includes the R-15 portion not subject to the rezoning request. The scope of the proposal is limited to multifamily; however, the site is located within the Scotts Hill Medical Park development and will be part of the mix of uses affiliated with the overall develop ment pattern. Consistency Recommendation The proposed (CZD) RMF-MH, Conditional Residential Multifamily Medium- High Density District rezoning is generally CONSISTENT with the intent of the 2016 Comprehensive Plan because this zoning district is intended to provide alternative housing types to single-family detached development, the project provides for the types and mixture of uses recommended in the Community Mixed Use Place Type, and the project will locate community services in close proximity to nearby residents upon full build of the medical park. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 2 - 18 Z21-09 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 19 of 19 PLANNING BOARD RECOMMENDATION The Planning Board considered this application at their July 8, 2021 meeting. At the meeting, two residents spoke in opposition to the request, citing concerns of drainage, density, and traffic. The Planning Board recommended approval of the application (6 -0). • The Planning Board found the application to be CONSISTENT with the purposes and intent of the Comprehensive Plan because the project provides for the types and mixture of uses recommended in the Community Mixed Use place type, and the project, upon full build, will provide community services in close proximity to nearby residents. Further the proposed design supports the Scotts Hill node and retains wetlands and low-density residential zoning as an additional buffer against the school property. • The Planning Board also found APPROVAL of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the public interest because the proposal would benefit the community by providing a diverse housing option near a retail, service and employment node. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Staff concurs with the Planning Board’s recommendation and suggests the following motion: I move to APPROVE the proposed rezoning to a (CZD) RMF-MH district. I find it to be CONSISTENT with the purposes and intent of the Comprehensive Plan because the project provides for the types and mixture of uses recommended in the Community Mixed Use place type, and the project, upon full build, will provide community services in close proximity to nearby residents. Further the proposed design supports the Scotts Hill node and retains wetlands and low-density residential zoning as an additional buffer against the school property. I also find APPROVAL of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the public interest because the proposal would benefit the community by providing a diverse housing option near a retail, service and employment node. (Optional) Note any conditions to be added to the district. Alternative Motion for Denial I move to DENY the proposed rezoning to a (CZD) RMF-MH district. While I find it to be CONSISTENT with the purposes and intent of the Comprehensive Plan because the project provides for the types and mixture of uses recommended in the Community Mixed Use place type, the residential densities are in-line with those recommended for the property, and the project, at full build, will provide commercial services in close proximity to nearby residents, I find DENIAL of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the public interest because the proposal is not consistent with the desired character of the surrounding community and the density will adversely impact the adjacent neighborhoods. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 2 - 19 Pri v a t e I-14 0 Peplow P l Cr e e k w o o d R d Pa n d i o n D r S c o t t s H ill M edicalDr Senca D r C o b ble Rid g e D r B o o t h b ay Ct SaintGeorgeRd SirClyde R d StephensChurc h R d Victoria C h a r m D r Mark e t S t S u g a r C o v e Run New Hanover County, NCSHODIncorporated Areas Indicates Conditional Zoning District (CZD) See Section 5.7 of the UDOCOD B-1 AC R-5 EDZD CB I-1 R-7 PD B-2 I-2 R-10 RMF-X CS AR R-15 RMFU SC RA R-20 UMXZ O&I R-20S Zoning Districts CZD RMF-MH/ Multi-Family Apartments B-1, CZD B-1 & R-15/ Undeveloped 9000 block Market St Z21-09 Proposed Zoning/Use:Existing Zoning/Use:Site Address:Case:R 900 Feet Subject Site Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 3 - 1 I-14 0 Peplow P l Pri v a t e Cr e e k w o o d R d P a n d i o n D r Tilb u r y D r Scotts H ill M e d i c a l D rSencaDr C o b b l e R i d ge D r B o o t h b ayCt SaintGeorgeRd SirClyde R d Ste p h e n s Church Rd V i c t o r i a C harm Dr Mark e t S t Suga r C o v e R u n General Residential Community Mixed Use New Hanover County, NCCONSERVATION RURAL RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY MIXED USE URBAN MIXED USE GENERAL RESIDENTIAL EMPLOYMENT CENTER COMMERCE ZONE Place Types CZD RMF-MH/ Multi-Family Apartments B-1, CZD B-1 & R-15/ Undeveloped 9000 block Market St Z21-09 Proposed Zoning/Use:Existing Zoning/Use:Site Address:Case:R 900 Feet Subject Site Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 4 - 1 I-14 0 P e p l o w Pl Pri v a t e Cr e e k w o o d R d D r e s s a g e W ayTilb u r y D r S c o t t s H ill M e d ic a l Dr Senca D r C o b ble R i d g e Dr BoothbayCt SaintGeorgeRd SirClyde R d Stephens C h u rc h R d Pan d i o n D r V i c t o ri a C harm Dr M arket St Sug a r C o v e R u n 8941 9122 111 103 8925 8929 8973 8981 8975 8951 8953 8921 8985 8937 211 210 8919 113 209 112 9116 8971 207 205 8924 9104 105 8923 151 231 235 221 225 8959 9009 9001 8908 9110 8900 216 115121 9015 9010 9020 90209020 I-14 0 MAR K E T S T B-2 B-1 O&I R-7 R-10 CBRMF-L R-15 UMXZ Site Neighboring Parcels CZD RMF-MH/ Multi-Family Apartments B-1, CZD B-1 & R-15/ Undeveloped 9000 block Market St Z21-09 Proposed Zoning/Use:Existing Zoning/Use:Site Address:Case:R 900 Feet Subject Site Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 5 - 1 APPLICANT MATERIALS Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 6 - 1 Page 1 of 6 Conditional Zoning District Application – Updated 12-2020 NEW HANOVER COUNTY_____________________ DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING & LAND USE 230 Government Center Drive, Suite 110 Wilmington, North Carolina 28403 Telephone (910) 798-7165 FAX (910) 798-7053 planningdevelopment.nhcgov.com CONDITIONAL ZONINGAPPLICATION This application form must be completed as part of a conditional zoning application submitted through the county’s online COAST portal. The main procedural steps in the submittal and review of applications are outlined in the flowchart below. More specific submittal and review requirements, as well as the standards to be applied in reviewing the application, are set out in Section 10.3.3 of the Unified Development Ordinance. Public Hearing Procedures (Optional) Pre-Application Conference 1 Community Information Meeting 2 Application Submittal & Acceptance 3 Planning Director Review & Staff Report (TRC Optional) 4 Public Hearing Scheduling & Notification 5 Planning Board Hearing & Recom- mendation 6 Board of Commissioners Hearing & Decision 7 Post-Decision Limitations and Actions 1.Applicant and Property Owner Information Applicant/Agent Name Owner Name (if different from Applicant/Agent) Company Company/Owner Name 2 Address Address City, State, Zip City, State, Zip Phone Phone Email Email 910-620-2374 Senca Properties, L.L.C. info@spotlessveincare.com WPE Holdings, L.L.C. 1721 New Hanover Medical Park Dr. Wilmington, NC 28403 910-763-6571 (Contact: Hormoze Goudarzi) cwolf@lobodemar.biz P.O. Box 7221 Wilmington, NC 28406 Design Solutions Cindee Wolf Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 1 Page 2 of 6 Conditional Zoning District Application – Updated 12-2020 2.Subject Property Information Address/Location Parcel Identification Number(s) Total Parcel(s) Acreage Existing Zoning and Use(s) Future Land Use Classification 3.Proposed Zoning, Use(s), & Narrative Proposed Conditional Zoning District: Total Acreage of Proposed District: Please list the uses that will be allowed within the proposed Conditional Zoning District, the purpose of the district, and a project narrative (attach additional pages if necessary). Note: Only uses permitted in the corresponding General Use District are eligible for consideration within a Conditional Zoning District. 4.Proposed Condition(s) Note: Within a Conditional Zoning District, additional conditions and requirements which represent greater restrictions on the development and use of the property than the corresponding general use district regulations may be added. These conditions may assist in mitigating the impacts the proposed development may have on the surrounding community. Please list any conditions proposed to be placed on the Conditional Zoning District below. Staff, the Planning Board, and Board of Commissioners may propose additional conditions during the review process. 9000 Market Street Community Mixed-Use & General Residential p/o 327005.17.0649 & 327005.17.5590 19.04 ac.+/-B-1 & R-15 RMF-MH 12.99 ac.+/- The proposed project is an up-scale rental apartment complex with 256 total homes of 1, 2 & 3-bedroom units. Accessory buildings are available for enclosed vehicular or boat parking and storage. The four- story structures will have elevators, and all buildings will have fire-safety sprinkler systems installed. A clubhouse & amenity center with a swimming pool and pickleball courts will provide recreation opportunities, community solcial activities and management facilities. Only roughly 70% of the total tract area is being rezoned for the project. Over 6 acres, inclusive of 100% of the isolated wetlands that have been delineated on the tract, will remain zoned R-15 and preserved in its natural state to provide visual buffering and transition of uses from the school and residential neighborhood to the East. Primary access to the complex is directly from Market Street at an existing left-over median break, but inter-connectivity to the medical park will be provided with extension of the currently stubbed Seneca Drive. The 256 total units represent a density of only 13.4 units per acre when calculated for the entire tract. Reference the "Concept Plan" for site layout and improvements. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 2 Page 3 of 6 Conditional Zoning District Application – Updated 12-2020 5.Traffic Impact Please provide the estimated number of trips generated for the proposed use(s) based off the most recent version of the Institute of Traffic Engineers (ITE) Trip Generation Manual. A Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) must be completed for all proposed developments that generate more than 100 peak hour trips, and the TIA must be included with this application. ITE Land Use: Trip Generation Use and Variable (gross floor area, dwelling units, etc.) AM Peak Hour Trips: PM Peak Hour Trips: 6.Conditional Zoning District Considerations The Conditional Zoning District procedure is established to address situations where a particular land use would be consistent with the New Hanover County 2016 Comprehensive Plan and the objectives outlined in the Unified Development Ordinance and where only a specific use or uses is proposed. The procedure is intended primarily for use with transitions between zoning districts of dissimilar character where a particular use or uses, with restrictive conditions to safeguard adjacent land uses, can create a more orderly transition benefiting all affected parties and the community at-large. The applicant must explain, with reference to attached plans (where applicable), how the proposed Conditional Zoning district meets the following criteria. 1.How would the requested change be consistent with the County’s policies for growth and development, as described in the 2016 Comprehensive Plan, applicable small area plans, etc. per dwelling unit @ 256 220 / Mid-Rise Apartments 117 136 The policies for growth and development encourage safe and affordable housing to be available to every citizen. Sustainability of the County depends on sensible in-fill and maximizing use of lands already accessible to urban services. The proposed development will provide for an alternative housing product in the area. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 3 Page 4 of 6 Conditional Zoning District Application – Updated 12-2020 2.How would the requested Conditional Zoning district be consistent with the property’s classification on the 2016 Comprehensive Plan’s Future Land Use Map. 3.What significant neighborhood changes have occurred to make the original zoning inappropriate, or how is the land involved unsuitable for the uses permitted under the existing zoning? The subject tract is currently zoned for neighborhood business as part of a medical park. The additon of residential units will provide a mixture of uses - the primary premise of the "community mixed-use" place-type as a long-range planning strategy. The tract is identified in the Comprehensive Land Use Plan as a "Community Mixed-Use" place-type. The plan suggests higher densities or more intensive uses to support the surrounding residential neighborhoods. The proposed project is an acceptable transition use along the busy road corridor. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 4 Page 5 of 6 Conditional Zoning District Application – Updated 12-2020 Staff will use the following checklist to determine the completeness of your application. Please verify all of the listed items are included and confirm by initialing under “Applicant Initial”. If an item is not applicable, mark as “N/A”. Applications determined to be incomplete must be corrected in order to be processed for further review; Staff will confirm if an application is complete within five business days of submittal. Application Checklist Applicant Initial … This application form, completed and signed … Application fee: x $600 for 5 acres or less x $700 for more than 5 acres x $300 in addition to base fee for applications requiring TRC review … Community meeting written summary … Traffic impact analysis (if applicable) … Legal description (by metes and bounds) or recorded survey Map Book and Page Reference of the property requested for rezoning … Conceptual Plan including the following minimum elements: Tract boundaries and total area, location of adjoining parcels and roads x Proposed use of land, building areas and other improvements o For residential uses, include the maximum number, height, and type of units; area to be occupied by the structures; and/or proposed subdivision boundaries. o For non-residential uses, include the maximum square footage and height of each structure, an outline of the area structures will occupy, and the specific purposes for which the structures will be used. x Proposed transportation and parking improvements; including proposed rights-of-way and roadways; proposed access to and from the subject site; arrangement and access provisions for parking areas. x All existing and proposed easements, required setbacks, rights-of-way, and buffers. x The location of Special Flood Hazard Areas. x A narrative of the existing vegetation on the subject site including the approximate location, species, and size (DBH) of regulated trees. For site less than 5 acres, the exact location, species, and sized (DBH) of specimen trees must be included. x Approximate location and type of stormwater management facilities intended to serve the site. x Approximate location of regulated wetlands. x Any additional conditions and requirements that represent greater restrictions on development and use of the tract than the corresponding general use district regulations or additional limitations on land that may be regulated by state law or local ordinance … One (1) hard copy of ALL documents and site plan. Additional hard copies may be required by staff depending on the size of the document/site plan. … One (1) digital PDF copy of ALL documents AND plans CW CW CW CW CW CW CW C/W Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 5 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 6 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 7 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 3 - 7 - 8 Legal Description for  12.99 acre RMF‐MH  Conditional Zoning District      Beginning at a point in the Southeastern boundary of Market Street (U.S. Hwy. 17), a variable  width public right‐of‐way; said point being located North 49017’38” East, 172.88 feet from N.C.  Grid Monument “Tee,” located at coordinate N: 207631.681 / E: 2370385.203; as shown on a  plat recorded among the land records of the New Hanover County Registry in Map Book 52, at  Page 220; and running thence form that point of beginning:    Along a curve to the left, having a Radius of 4068.96 feet and Length of 92.30 feet, a Chord of   North 41054’16” East, 92.30 feet to a point; thence  South 50003’42” East, 361.78 feet to a point; thence  North 39056’18” East, 191.90 feet to a point; thence  North 38038’04” East, 182.00 feet to a point at the current terminus of Senca Drive, a 60’   private right‐of‐way; thence crossing that roadway,  South 53042’40” East, 60.00 feet to a point; thence with the eastern boundary of Senca Drive,  North 36017’20” East, 68.62 feet to a point; thence  South 53042’40” East, 446.26 feet to a point; thence  South 30051’30” West, 136.96 feet to a point; thence  South 51011’56” East, 64.07 feet to a point; thence  South 17032’27” West, 66.53 feet to a point; thence  South 40050’26” West, 57.12 feet to a point; thence  South 18031’57” West, 103.00 feet to a point; thence  South 85043’02” West, 160.21 feet to a point; thence  South 31058’20” West, 135.83 feet to a point; thence  South 56018’49” West, 238.06 feet to a point; thence  North 48034’51” West, 362.59 feet to a point; thence  North 50003’42” West, 495.10 feet to a point in the southwestern boundary of Market Street;   thence with that right‐of‐way,  North 42033’16” East, 247.16 feet to the point and place of beginning, containing 12.99 acres,   more or less.     Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 9 5/19/2021 210239: Scotts Hill Apartments – Trip Generation 1 Scotts Hill Apartments Trip Generation Memorandum DAVENPORT Project Number 210239 Prepared for Comet Development May 19, 2021 This memorandum provides trip generation information for the proposed Scotts Hill Apartments site, to be located on east side of US 17 in New Hanover County, just south of the Pender County line. The subject site is part of the Scotts Hill Medical Park site, for which a TIA was previously completed by DAVENPORT on June 4, 2019. The purpose of this memorandum is to show that the trip generation of the updated land uses do not increase the trip generation of the site, and therefore the previously identified roadway improvements associated with this site should remain adequate. Figure 1 shows a sketch plan of the subject parcel, as well as the other three (3) parcels of Scotts Hill Medical Park. The site is accessible by two (2) locations on US 17: a future access located approximately 550 feet north of Creekwood Road, and by Scotts Hill Medical Drive which connects to the site via Senca Drive. There is currently a bollarded southbound left turn lane on US 17 to the future access, which will need removal of the bollards once the driveway is constructed. The subject parcel is proposed to consist of 256 apartment units, and two (2) outparcels. The land use of these outparcels is not yet known. For trip generation purposes, these were analyzed as 15,000 square feet of retail space. Table 1 below provides a comparison of the previously analyzed land uses and the updated land uses, based on information from the developer. Note that one parcel has been built to date, which is the Wilmington Eye medical office building (“Lot 2” in Figure 1), with a floor area of approximately 23,400 square feet. Table 1 - Land Use Comparison Land Use Variable Previous (June 2019 TIA) Updated Difference (Updated Minus Previous) General Office 1000 GFA 132.0 45.2 -87 Medical Office 1000 GFA 18.0 23.4 +5 Shopping Center (Retail) 1000 GLA 32.0 15 -17 Pharmacy (Drive-Through Window) 1000 GLA 9.0 9.0 0 Apartments Dwelling Units 256 +256 Table 2 shows the previous trip generation from the June 2018 TIA. This establishes a trip generation “budget” against which the new land uses could be compared. Table 3 shows the trip generation results for the updated land uses, as well as the net difference between the new and old trip generations. Trip generation was computed based on rates and equations from the ITE Trip Generation Manual 10th Edition, in accordance with NCDOT Congestion Management standards. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 10 5/19/2021 210239: Scotts Hill Apartments – Trip Generation 2 Table 2 - Previous Trip Generation (June 2019 TIA) Scott's Hill Medical Park (Full Build) Average Weekday Driveway Volumes 24 Hour Two-Way AM Peak Hour PM Peak Hour Land Use ITE Land Code Size Method - Type Volume Enter Exit Enter Exit General Office 710 132.0 1000 GFA Generator/ Equation 1,389 187 25 38 173 Medical Office 720 18.0 1000 GFA Adjacent/ Rate 626 39 11 17 45 Shopping Center (Retail) 820 32.0 1000 GLA Adjacent/ Equation 2,770 104 64 112 122 Pharmacy (Drive-Through Window) 881 9.0 1000 GLA Adjacent/ Rate 982 18 17 46 47 Total Unadjusted Trips 5,767 348 117 213 387 Office -9 -10 -4 -11 Retail -10 -9 -9 -3 Total Internal Trips Reduction - -19 -19 -13 -14 Shopping Center (0% AM, 34% PM) 0 0 -38 -38 Pharmacy (0% AM, 49% PM) 0 0 -22 -22 Total Pass-By Peak Reduction - 0 0 -60 -60 Total Adjusted (Primary) Trips - 329 98 140 313 Table 3 - Updated Trip Generation Scotts Hill Apartments Average Weekday Driveway Volumes 24 Hour Two-Way AM Peak Hour PM Peak Hour Land Use ITE Land Code Size Method - Type Volume Enter Exit Enter Exit Apartments 220 256 Dwelling Units Adjacent/ Equation 1,895 27 90 86 50 Pharmacy (Drive-Through Window) 881 9.0 1000 GFA Adjacent/ Rate 982 19 16 47 46 Medical Office (Wilmington Eye) 720 23.4 1000 GFA Adjacent/ Rate 814 51 14 23 58 General Office 710 45.2 1000 GFA Generator/ Equation 491 73 10 21 94 Outparcels: Retail 820 15 1000 GLA Adjacent/ Equation 1,655 99 60 64 69 Total Unadjusted Trips 5,837 269 190 241 317 Difference (New Minus Previous Trips) +70 -79 +73 +28 -70 Total Internal Trips Reduction (6% AM, 19% PM) - -16 -11 -46 -60 LUC 820 General Retail (0%AM, 34% PM) 0 0 -18 -18 LUC 881 Pharmacy with Drive-Thru Window (0%AM, 49% PM) 0 0 -19 -19 Total Pass-By Peak Reduction - 0 0 -37 -37 Total Adjusted (Primary) Trips - 253 179 158 220 Net Difference (New Minus Previous Trips) - -76 +81 +18 -93 +5 -75 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 11 5/19/2021 210239: Scotts Hill Apartments – Trip Generation 3 The results in Table 3 show a slight increase in 24-hour trips (+70), a slight increase in net AM peak hour trips (+5), and a significant reduction in net PM peak hour trips (-75). The June 2019 TIA identified roadway improvements that would be required for the Scotts Hill Medical Park development. The current trip generation shows that the proposed uses have a comparable or lower trip generation than the previous TIA. As a result, the previously determined roadway improvements are expected to remain adequate. Please let us know if you need additional information. Sincerely, ______________________ Nick Liguori, P.E. nliguori@davenportworld.com 804-554-0910 SEAL 5/19/21  Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 12 FI G U R E 1 NE W S K E T C H P L A N    Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 3 - 7 - 1 3 FI G U R E 2 PR E V I O U S S I T E P L A N Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 3 - 7 - 1 4 REPORT OF COMMUNITY MEETING NOTIFIACTION BY NEW HANOVER COUNTY ZONING ORIDINANCE FOR CONDITIONAL DISTRICT REZONINGS Project Name: Comet – Scotts Hill – a Multi-family Residential Community Proposed Zoning: B-1 & R-15 to (CZD) RMF-MH The undersigned hereby certifies that written notice of a project proposal and an exhibit of the site layout for the above proposed zoning application was sent to the adjacent property owners set forth on the attached list by first class mail, and provided to the Planning Department for notice of the Sunshine List on May 12, 2021. The mailing gave the recipients opportunity to contact the developer with questions or comments via telephone or email. Copies of the written notice and the site layout exhibit are attached. The persons responding were: Reference attached list of contacts received from calls and emails. Opposition generally focused on concerns of increased traffic and the belief that the specific use was not compatible with the single-family community in the vicinity. Transcripts of the dialogue and responses provided are attached. Date: June 1, 2021 Applicant: Design Solutions By: Cindee Wolf Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 15 Community Information  Comet ‐ Scotts Hill Apts NameAddressEmail (Optional) Conrad Lowman8871 Stephens Church Rd clowman@ec.rr.com Maria Bach etal8976 Cobble Ridge Dr maria.bach@ncfbins.com Tom StevensScotts Hill Village HOA tomstevens@topmail.com elizabeth@premiermanagementnc.com jfox@jefmanagement.com Darlene (Renjulie?)1053 Pandion Dr Tel. 862‐259‐1634 Spruill Thompson on behalf of Ruth Nixon Family 8908 Market Street spruill@capefearcommercial.com Luke & Ashley Williams1003 Pandion Dr lukeswilliams17@gmail.com Dianne Metz8960 Cobble Ridge Drive metzez@msn.com Cindee WolfProject Planner cwolf@lobodemar.biz Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 16 1 cwolf@lobodemar.biz From:cwolf@lobodemar.biz Sent:Friday, May 14, 2021 10:59 AM To:'Maria Bach' Cc:'elizabeth@premiermanagementnc.com'; 'jfox@jefmanagement.com' Subject:RE: Scott's Hill Proposal: "Comet" Attachments:Info Exhibit.pdf Ms. Bach etal,    This community would be all rental‐based, at market‐rate, but the units are a more up‐scale apartment style.  That is a  housing product lacking in the northern section of the County.  The mixture of uses is exactly what the County’s  Comprehensive Land Use Plan intended and encourages along the busy highway corridor.     The primary access will be from a driveway directly from Market Street, obviously a major thoroughfare, at the southern  boundary of the tract – as shown on the plan provided.  There will be a right turn lane for the north‐bond traffic, and a  signalized left‐over turn for the south‐bound.   Since the subject area is already zoned for commercial use(s), the traffic  impact analysis previously approved has been reviewed and the result in the change to housing is negligible.  The  original required roadway improvements stand as appropriate for mitigation of the overall traffic.   The project will also  have inner‐connectivity via Senca Drive to Scotts Hill Medical Drive, but I see no impact whatsoever to Pandion Drive.     Wilmington does have a diverse demographic.  You made no mention of retirees – also a prevalent influx to our  County.  Apartments around town have an extremely high occupancy percentage, and this location is extremely  attractive to both Wilmington and the expanding Hampstead area.  The medical park facilities are certainly an asset, too.    Yes – site inventory research is a part of the entitlement process.  All wetland areas are being preserved – providing an  extremely wide buffer to even the undeveloped school property, and transition of uses back to the Scotts Hill Village  community.       I’ll discuss the aspect of having an actual meeting with the developer, but feel that we can answer further questions just  as easily in this format.  Your contact and comments will be included in the report that accompanies the submittal.    Thank you for your interest.      Cindee Wolf  Tel. 910‐620‐2374          From: Maria Bach <maria.bach@ncfbins.com>   Sent: Friday, May 14, 2021 9:59 AM  To: cwolf@lobodemar.biz  Cc: elizabeth@premiermanagementnc.com; jfox@jefmanagement.com  Subject: Scott's Hill Proposal: "Comet"    Ms. Wolfe,      I am a resident of Scott’s Hill Village and the proposed rezoning will directly impact my community and potentially  impact its growth making it a less attractive option.   Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 17 2 I have questions that other residents and myself have previously posed to other developers trying to pitch the same  idea.       Will these be purely ‘rental’ units or buyer owned?    Why not Townhomes which attract a more permanent resident base?      What ingress/egress points does the proposed complex intend to use? –Pandion Drive is already heavily trafficked with  our own rapidly growing development.      Has a traffic impact analysis been performed? If so, will this development request additional traffic signals installed?     What is the target demographic here? What is the evidence to suggest there is a need for additional apartments in our  market?   Wilmington is not exactly an up and coming Market for young professionals. Employment is limited to service,  hospitality, some medical professions and labor.      Are the developers aware of Native American artifact sites in our surrounding lands?      I thank you in advance for your time and I look forward to a meeting in person considering COVID protocols have eased  and a gathering can be held outdoors.         Maria Bach  8976 Cobble Ridge Drive  Wilmington, NC 28411           Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 18 1 cwolf@lobodemar.biz From:cwolf@lobodemar.biz Sent:Wednesday, May 26, 2021 1:21 PM To:'Luke Williams' Subject:RE: No To Apartments at Scott’s Hill Attachments:Dual Right Turns w_Signal.pdf Got it.  So you are actually in Pender County.    Yes ‐ I feel sure that exit is probably somewhat difficult at this time.  However, are you aware that there are plans in the  near future, and prior to any additional development of the "Medical Park" to provide a left‐over & traffic signal at that  intersection so that exiting vehicles will have controlled movements?  There will be dual right turns to travel North and /  or to the U‐turn.  That will certainly alleviate the current back‐ups.      ‐‐‐‐‐Original Message‐‐‐‐‐  From: Luke Williams <lukeswilliams17@gmail.com>   Sent: Wednesday, May 26, 2021 12:13 PM  To: cwolf@lobodemar.biz  Cc: Seth Coker <scoker@cometdev.com>  Subject: Re: No To Apartments at Scott’s Hill    Hello Cindy,    We frequently use the turn into the medical center which would become an entrance to the apartment complex. The  opposition is due to the already congested traffic around that area and adding 250 apartments (~3‐500 residents) would  have a significant impact.     Our address is 1003 Pandion Drive for your records.    Best,  Luke      > On May 26, 2021, at 11:09 AM, cwolf@lobodemar.biz wrote:  >   > Mr. & Mrs. Williams,  > We appreciate your comments, although I fail to see how an up‐scale residential complex ‐ simply an alternative  housing style ‐ along the highway frontage with two direct accesses from Market Street, and separated by a wide  permanent conservation area and the school, would have any effect on your neighborhood?  > Your email will certainly be included on the report of community information efforts.  > Could you please share your address for the record?    > Thank you,  > Cindee   >   > ‐‐‐‐‐Original Message‐‐‐‐‐  > From: Luke Williams <lukeswilliams17@gmail.com>   > Sent: Wednesday, May 26, 2021 5:41 AM  > To: cwolf@lobodemar.biz  > Subject: No To Apartments at Scott’s Hill  Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 19 2 >   > Hello Cindee,  >   > My wife and I received the transmittal regarding the new Comet apartment proposal near the medical facility. We are  extremely distraught at the idea of putting in 250 apartments since we specifically moved to this area to get away from  the abundance of people. Scott’s Hill Village, though slowly growing, is a small close knit neighborhood and having  mainly transient apartment dwellers will change the atmosphere of the entire neighborhood.  > I hope this message helps in deciding not to approve the zoning change.   >   > Thank you,  > Luke and Ashley Williams   >   Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 20 1 cwolf@lobodemar.biz From:cwolf@lobodemar.biz Sent:Tuesday, May 25, 2021 4:56 PM To:'Tom Stevens' Subject:RE: Scott's Hill Proposal: "Comet" Attachments:TRIP GEN MEMO 5-19-21.pdf Hot off the presses.  This is the actual TIA update memorandum from the Traffic Engineer, and does show the adjusted  figures.    From: Tom Stevens <tomstevens@topmail.com>   Sent: Monday, May 24, 2021 9:23 AM  To: cwolf@lobodemar.biz  Subject: RE: Scott's Hill Proposal: "Comet"    Thank you!    Please include the traffic impact analysis you referred to when you can.    Tom    From: cwolf@lobodemar.biz [mailto:cwolf@lobodemar.biz]   Sent: Monday, May 24, 2021 9:16 AM  To: 'Tom Stevens' <tomstevens@topmail.com>  Cc: 'M Bach' <mcpbach@yahoo.com>; 'Seth Coker' <scoker@cometdev.com>  Subject: RE: Scott's Hill Proposal: "Comet"    Tom,  I will copy you with the actual submittal when it is made on June 1st, and I feel sure you will no doubt transmit the  information to your association by email.  With all due respect, development of this tract with residences instead of the  many businesses and / or other uses that are already permitted by right should have little, if any, impact on that  neighborhood fairly far removed.  Scotts Hill Village residents have both Scotts Hill Medical Drive or Scotts Hill Loop  Road for their traverse to & from.  Although both they & this development will need to use the U‐turn at Scotts Hill Loop  for travel South, this project will have its own right‐in & left‐over access at the south end – as provided by the original  Traffic Impact Analysis.    Regards, Cindee      From: Tom Stevens <tomstevens@topmail.com>   Sent: Friday, May 21, 2021 9:29 AM  To: cwolf@lobodemar.biz  Cc: M Bach <mcpbach@yahoo.com>  Subject: RE: Scott's Hill Proposal: "Comet"    Thank you.    Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 21 2 I am looking over present documents but do not yet have any further questions except one.  Might you happen to be  planning to exceed regulations and notify residents of Scotts Hill Village and those on  or intersecting o Creekwood  Road?  I think they all would appreciate the proposed change to the neighborhood.      Tom    From: cwolf@lobodemar.biz [mailto:cwolf@lobodemar.biz]   Sent: Friday, May 21, 2021 9:15 AM  To: tomstevens@topmail.com  Subject: RE: Scott's Hill Proposal: "Comet"    Mr. Stevens,  I understand there was some confusion over the public hearing process for the proposed rezoning, but that Ken Vafier  with the County explained.    Are there other questions you have that I might be able to assist with?    Cindee Wolf  Tel. 910‐620‐2374       From: cwolf@lobodemar.biz <cwolf@lobodemar.biz>   Sent: Friday, May 14, 2021 11:03 AM  To: 'tomstevens@topmail.com' <tomstevens@topmail.com>  Subject: FW: Scott's Hill Proposal: "Comet"    Yes Sir.  I will include your contact in any future transmittals, and the report.  Thank you.       From: cwolf@lobodemar.biz <cwolf@lobodemar.biz>   Sent: Friday, May 14, 2021 10:59 AM  To: 'Maria Bach' <maria.bach@ncfbins.com>  Cc: 'elizabeth@premiermanagementnc.com' <elizabeth@premiermanagementnc.com>; 'jfox@jefmanagement.com'  <jfox@jefmanagement.com>  Subject: RE: Scott's Hill Proposal: "Comet"    Ms. Bach etal,    This community would be all rental‐based, at market‐rate, but the units are a more up‐scale apartment style.  That is a  housing product lacking in the northern section of the County.  The mixture of uses is exactly what the County’s  Comprehensive Land Use Plan intended and encourages along the busy highway corridor.     The primary access will be from a driveway directly from Market Street, obviously a major thoroughfare, at the southern  boundary of the tract – as shown on the plan provided.  There will be a right turn lane for the north‐bond traffic, and a  signalized left‐over turn for the south‐bound.   Since the subject area is already zoned for commercial use(s), the traffic  impact analysis previously approved has been reviewed and the result in the change to housing is negligible.  The  original required roadway improvements stand as appropriate for mitigation of the overall traffic.   The project will also  have inner‐connectivity via Senca Drive to Scotts Hill Medical Drive, but I see no impact whatsoever to Pandion Drive.     Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 22 1 cwolf@lobodemar.biz From:cwolf@lobodemar.biz Sent:Monday, May 31, 2021 6:16 PM To:'Dianne Metz' Subject:RE: Comet-Scott’s Hill Ms. Metz,  A traffic impact analysis was completed for the entire Scotts Hill Medical Park development.  Since that masterplan is  not fully built‐out, there are still some improvements pending as additional uses are added.  The most important one as  it would relate to your neighborhood's Pandion Drive, is that a signalized "left‐over" median break is imminent at the  Scotts Hill Medical Park Drive intersection with Market Street.  When that is in place, it will provide an alternative access  into the medical park and presumably relieve some of the traffic that is forced to use Scotts Hill Loop Road now.  Also,  the existing "left‐over" just north of Creekwood Road ‐  that has already been installed, but not opened ‐ will be put into  use for the primary access into this residential complex.         The subject property included in this rezoning petition is already zoned for business uses ‐ including but not limited to  general office, more medical office, shopping center and pharmacy with a drive‐thru.  The apartments are being  proposed in substitution of some of those uses, and the difference in the vehicular trip generation is negligible ‐ but the  additional improvements being installed should mitigate the traffic issues that you've described.    We appreciate your interest, and your contact has been included in the report of community information efforts.  I'll will  be happy to copy you with the full submittal package when it has been accepted by the County.    Regards, Cindee Wolf  Tel. 910‐620‐2374           ‐‐‐‐‐Original Message‐‐‐‐‐  From: Dianne Metz <metzez@msn.com>   Sent: Monday, May 31, 2021 1:02 PM  To: cwolf@lobodemar.biz  Subject: Comet‐Scott’s Hill    I’m a resident of Scott’s Hill Village and am very concerned about the apartment complex that you are proposing.  The  traffic on 17N is already congested and difficult to navigate and your complex would only add more of a traffic  congestion. So what is your plan to help remedy this?  I challenge you to drive 17N anytime between 3:30‐4:30 pm, in  case you’ve not experienced this nightmare!  How would your complex impact the water and water pressure in our area  since it’s presently being impacted by the expansion of our own community?  Dianne Metz  8960 Cobble Ridge Drive     Sent from my iPhone  Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 23 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 24 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 3 - 7 - 2 5 50 0 '  BO U N D A R Y  PE R I M E T E R    / AD J A C E N T  OW N E R S  MA I L I N G  LI S T OW N E 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Box 7221, Wilmington, NC 28406 * Telephone: 910-620-2374 * Email: cwolf@lobodemar.biz Transmittal    May 12, 2021    To: Adjacent Property Owners    From: Cindee Wolf    Re: Comet – Scotts Hill / an Apartment Community    My clients are interested in developing a new residential community on lands within the proximity of  your property.  This proposal would require a Conditional Zoning District approval from New Hanover  County.      A Conditional Zoning District allows particular uses to be established only in accordance with specific  standards and conditions pertaining to each individual development project.  Essentially, this means  that only that use, structures and layout of an approved proposal can be developed.  An exhibit of the  project layout is enclosed.    The County requires that the developer notify the property owners within a 500’‐adjacency to the  project and hold a meeting for any and all interested parties.  This is intended to provide neighbors  with an opportunity for explanation of the proposal, and for questions to be answered concerning  project improvements, benefits, and impacts.    Due to the current COVID‐19 issue, however, a meeting cannot be held at this time.  In lieu of that, you  can contact the land planner, Cindee Wolf, with comments or questions at:  Telephone:  910‐620‐2374, or  Email: cwolf@lobodemar.biz    All contacts, comments, concerns, and recommendations must be recorded in a report delivered to the  County along with the rezoning application.    Prior to this project being reviewed by the Planning Board & Commissioners, you will receive  subsequent notices of the agendas directly from the County.  Those meetings provide public hearings  for comment on any issues pertinent to approval of the proposal.    We appreciate your interest and look forward to being a good neighbor and an asset to the  community.   Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 7 - 27 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 3 - 7 - 2 8 PROPOSED SITE PLAN Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 13- 8 - 1 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 13- 9 - 1 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQU E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 8/2/2021 Regular D E PA R T M E N T: Planning P R E S E N T E R (S ): Marty L ile, L o ng R ange Planner C O N TA C T (S ): Marty L ile; Rebekah Ro th, Pla nning a nd L a nd U se Directo r S U B J EC T: P ublic Hearing Rezoning Request (Z 21-07) - Request by N ovant Health-N ew Hanov er Regional M edic al C enter to Rezone A pproximately 40.9 A cres of L and L ocated in the 100 B loc k of S co@s Hill M edic al Driv e from (C Z D) O &I , C ondiConal Office and I nsCtuConal District, an d B -1, N eig hborhood Business Distric t, to O &I , Offic e and I nsCtuC onal District B R I E F S U M M A RY: T he applicant is pro posing to rezone a ppro ximately 41 acres from (C ZD) O &I , C ondi+onal O ffi ce and I ns+tu+onal, and B -1, N eighborho o d B usiness, to O &I , O ffi ce and I ns+tu+o nal. T he applica nt has indicated on the applica+on that the rezoning would allo w f o r a regio nal medical facility, which wo uld be classified a s a H o spital use by the U nifi ed Development O rdinance’s Principal U se Table. However, as this is a straight rezo ning and no t a condi+onal rezo ning, all uses allo wed in the O &I district would be permied. As currently co ndi+o nally zoned, the site is subject to two site-spec ifi c development plans that, when co nsidered together, allow fo r six buildings tota ling a ppro ximately 282,000 square feet of building footprint area with a mixture o f the following uses: Hospital, Medical a nd Dental O ffi ce, O ffices for Private B usiness and Prof essional Ac+vi+es, and Heliport. T he current maximum building height f o r the subject site is 35 feet, which was the maximum allo wable building height in the O &I district when the condi+onal rezonings were o rigina lly appro ved in the mid-2000s. Fo ur o f the six appro ved buildings have not been constructed, tota ling 236,000 square f eet of footage and 627 parking spaces, which includes the pro posed 172,000 square foot ho spital and correspo nding 416 parking spaces. T he exis+ng site- specifi c development plan also establishes a 90’ tree preserva +o n buff er located along Pandio n Drive. B ecause this is a straight rezoning, a conceptual plan is no t inc luded within the applica+o n. T he subject site would be required to meet all the U nifi ed Development O rdinance (U D O ) requirements f o r develo pment within the O &I district. Types of uses allowed and c o mmo nly found in the O &I district include civic a nd ins+tu+onal uses like libraries, community centers, government buildings, elementary and secondary schools, and trade scho o ls. Medical uses like ho spitals, nursing care facili+es, and medical o ffices are also typical of the O &I district. O ther commercial uses including retail, personal service, fi nancial ins+tu+ons, and restaurants are co mmo n as well. T he O &I district allo ws residen+al develo pment at a maximum density o f 2.5 dwelling units per acre. As currently develo ped, the site is es+mated to generate appro ximately 97 trips in the A M peak hour and 102 trips in the PM peak hour. W hile Traffi c I mpact Analyses (T I As) are not required for stra ight rezonings, a T I A was o riginally appro ved f o r the site in 2014. T he impro vements required under that approval were c arried o ver into a 2019 T I A f o r the po r+o n of the Sco s H ill Medical Development south of Scos Hill Medica l D rive, which serves as the basis o f the memo randum produced for C ase Z21-09 in May 2021. I n the event the C ase Z21-09 development is denied, o r if new develo pment in the area is pro posed that wo uld trigger the requirement for a T I A established by the U D O a nd N C D OT, a new T I A wo uld be required that wo uld likely include or supersede these improvements. L ikewise, any changes made to the use of the subject site, including but not limited to building square f o o tage o r loca +o n of drivewa ys, wo uld require a new T I A to be submied to the N C D OT a nd W M P O f o r review and approval. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14 T he site is currently used for medical uses, including an urgent care fa cility and o utpa+ent surgery offi ce. T he site is located adjacent to exis+ng medical offi c e uses o f the Sco s Hill Medical Park alo ng Ma rket Street and abuts appro ximately nine single-f amily ho mes o f the Scos Hill Village subdivisio n to the so utheast. T he current site-specifi c develo pment plan incorpo rates a 90’ tree preserva+on buff er from the pro perty line adjacent the single-f amily ho mes alo ng Pandio n D rive. Future develo pment would be subject to the C o unty ’s tree reten+on a nd mi+ga+o n standards o f the U D O, which prohibits the remova l of specimen trees and encourages the reten+on o f trees through required mi+ga+o n of significant trees. T he propo sed O &I rezo ning is generally C O N S I S T E N T with the C ommunity Mixed U se place type because it allo ws the types of co mmercial, offi ce, a nd civic uses recommended in the C o mprehensive Plan and is iden+fied as a typical zo ning catego ry in the C o mmunity Mixed U se pla c e type. T he Planning B o ard considered this applica+o n at their J uly 8, 2021 mee+ng. N o members of the public spoke in opposi+o n to , or in favo r of, the request. T he Pla nning B oard reco mmended approval of the applica+on (4-0), finding the applica+on to be: C O N S I S T E N T with the purposes and intent of the C omprehensive Plan because the district allows the types of commercial, o ffice, and civic uses that wo uld be encouraged in the C ommunity Mixed U se place type and wo uld serve as a n appropriate transi+o n between exis+ng c o mmercial develo pment and adjacent residen+a l neighbo rhoods. T he Planning B o ard also found A P P R OVA L of the rezo ning request to be reasonable and in the public interest beca use the site is lo cated alo ng the Market Street corrido r and is near the I -140 interchange and exis+ng c o mmercia l services S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: I ntelligent G row th & Economic D evelopment Encourage development of complete communi+es in the unincorpor ated county Ci+z ens have daily needs met by N H C bus ines s es and s upport them R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : Staff co ncurs with the Planning B oard's recommenda+on and suggests the f o llo wing mo +o n: I mo ve to A P P R OV E the propo sed rezoning to an O &I district. I find it to be C O N S I S T E N T with the purposes a nd intent o f the C omprehensive Plan because the district allo ws the types of commercial, o ffice, and c ivic uses that would be encouraged in the C ommunity Mixed U se place type and would serve as a n appro priate transi+on between exis+ng commerc ial develo pment and adjacent residen+al neighbo rhoods. I also find A P P R OVA L of the rezoning request is reaso nable and in the public interest because the site is located a lo ng the Market Street corrido r and is near the I -140 interchange and exis+ng co mmercial services. Alterna+ve Mo +o n for Denial: I move to D E N Y the pro posed rezoning to a n O &I district. W hile I fi nd it to be C O N S I S T E N T with the purposes a nd intent o f the C omprehensive Plan because the district allo ws the types of commercial, o ffice, and c ivic uses that would be encouraged in the C ommunity Mixed U se place type and would serve as a n appro priate transi+on between exis+ng commerc ial develo pment and adjacent residen+al neighbo rhoods, I find D E N I A L of the rezoning request is reaso nable and in the public interest because the propo sal is no t consistent with the desired character o f the surrounding community and the intensity of Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14 the uses allowed within the proposed district will adversely impact the adjacent neighbo rhoods AT TA C H M E N T S : Descrip+on Z21-07 Script BOC Z21-07 Staff Report BOC Z21-07 Zoning Map BOC Z21-07 FLUM BOC Z21-07 Neighboring Properties BOC Z21-07 Applicant Materials CS Z21-07 Application Package BOC Z21-07 Rezoning Boundary BOC C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anag er) R ecommend approval as presented by staff. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Approved 5-0. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14 SCRIPT for Zoning Map Amendment Application (Z21-07) Request by Novant Health - New Hanover Regional Medical Center to rezone approximately 40.913 acres of land located at 151 Scotts Hill Medical Drive from (CZD) O&I, Conditional Office and Institutional, and B-1, Neighborhood Business, to O&I, Office and Institutional. 1. This is a public hearing. We will hear a presentation from staff. Then the applicant and any opponents will each be allowed 15 minutes for their presentation and an additional 5 minutes for rebuttal. 2. Conduct Hearing, as follows: a. Staff presentation b. Applicant’s presentation (up to 15 minutes) c. Opponent’s presentation (up to 15 minutes) d. Applicant’s rebuttal (up to 5 minutes) e. Opponent’s rebuttal (up to 5 minutes) 3. Close the public hearing 4. Board discussion 5. Vote on the application. The motion should include a statement saying how the change is, or is not, consistent with the land use plan and why approval or denial of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the public interest. Example Motion for Approval I move to APPROVE the proposed rezoning to an O&I district. I find it to be CONSISTENT with the purposes and intent of the Comprehensive Plan because the district allows the types of commercial, office, and civic uses that would be encouraged in the Community Mixed Use place type and would serve as an appropriate transition between existing commercial development and adjacent residential neighborhoods. I also find APPROVAL of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the public interest because the site is located along the Market Street corridor and is near the I-140 interchange and existing commercial services. Example Motion for Denial I move to DENY the proposed rezoning to an O&I district. While I find it to be CONSISTENT with the purposes and intent of the Comprehensive Plan because the district allows the types of commercial, office, and civic uses that would be encouraged in the Community Mixed Use place type and would serve as an appropriate transition between existing commercial development and adjacent residential neighborhoods, I find DENIAL of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the public interest because the proposal is not consistent with the desired character of the surrounding community and the intensity of the uses allowed within the proposed district will adversely impact the adjacent neighborhoods. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 1 - 1 Alternative Motion for Approval/Denial: I move to [Approve/Deny] the proposed rezoning to an O&I district. I find it to be [Consistent/Inconsistent] with the purposes and intent of the Comprehensive Plan because [insert reasons] __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ I also find [Approval/Denial] of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the public interest because [insert reasons] __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 1 - 2 Z21-07 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 1 of 16 STAFF REPORT FOR Z21-07 ZONING MAP AMENDMENT APPLICATION APPLICATION SUMMARY Case Number: Z21-07 Request: Rezone 40.913 acres from (CZD) O&I, Conditional Office and Institutional, and B-1, Neighborhood Business, to O&I, Office & Institutional Applicant: Property Owner(s): Tom Walsh, Novant Health – New Hanover Regional Medical Center Novant Health – New Hanover Regional Medical Center Location: Acreage: 9104 Market Street 151 Scotts Hill Medical Drive 40.913 PID(s): Comp Plan Place Type: R02900-002-077-000 R02900-002-067-000 R02900-002-078-000 Community Mixed Use Existing Land Use: Proposed Land Use: Urgent Care Facility, Medical Office, Undeveloped Urgent Care Facility and Medical Office to remain. The remaining portions of the site would be allowed to be developed in accordance with O&I district provisions Current Zoning: Proposed Zoning: (CZD) O&I, Conditional Office and Institutional; and B-1, Neighborhood Business O&I, Office and Institutional SURROUNDING AREA LAND USE ZONING North US 17 Corridor, Mini-Warehouse/Self-Storage, Undeveloped (CZD) B-2, R-15 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 2 - 1 Z21-07 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 2 of 16 SURROUNDING AREA LAND USE ZONING East Undeveloped, Religious Assembly, Single-Family Residential N/A (Pender County GB, O&I, and RP)* South Single-Family Residential, Elementary Charter School R-15 West US 17 Corridor, Medical Offices B-1, (CZD) O&I * Pender County Zoning Districts: GB (General Buisness), O&I (Office and Institutional), RP (Residential Performance) ZONING HISTORY July 6, 1971 Initially zoned R-15 (Area 5) October 4, 2004 3.36 acres rezoned from R-15 to (CUD) O&I, Conditional Use Office & Institutional, to allow for a surgery clinic. (Case Z-785) (Replaced by Case Z-795) April 4, 2005 6.71 acres rezoned from R-15 to (CUD) O&I, Conditional Use Office & Institutional, to allow for a surgery clinic. (Case Z-795) (Replaces Case Z- 785) January 8, 2007 49.85 acres rezoned from R-15 to (CUD) B-1, Conditional Use Neighborhood Business District, and (CUD) O&I, Conditional Use Office & Institutional, to allow for a hospital, medical offices, and business offices. (Case Z-853) August 4, 2008 9.22 acres rezoned from R-15 to B-1, Neighborhood Business. (Case Z- 888) August 11, 2014 26.93 acres rezoned from (CUD) O&I, Conditional Use Office & Institutional, to (CZD) O&I, Conditional Office & Institutional, to allow for a helicopter landing pad. (Case Z-934) COMMUNITY SERVICES Water/Sewer Water and sewer services are available through CFPUA. Specific design will be determined during site plan review. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 2 - 2 Z21-07 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 3 of 16 Fire Protection New Hanover County Fire Services, New Hanover County Northern Fire District, New Hanover County Station Porters Neck Schools Porters Neck Elementary, Holly Shelter Middle, and Laney High schools Recreation Ogden Park, Pages Creek Preserve CONSERVATION, HISTORIC, & ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESOURCES Conservation The County’s Conservation Resources Map indicates that swamp forests and pocosin wetlands may be present on the site. Conservation space is required for swamp forest and pocosin wetlands when at least five (5) acres of the resource exists on the property. Preliminary analysis indicates that fewer than 5 acres exist on the site. Verification of regulated swamp forests and pocosin wetlands will be required during the site plan review process. Historic No known historic resources. Archaeological No known archaeological resources. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 2 - 3 Z21-07 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 4 of 16 EXISTING CONDITIONS • Of the three properties being considered, two properties are currently zoned (CZD) O&I, totaling 31.69 acres, and are currently used for an emergency room (New Hanover Regional Medical Center Emergency Department – North), and a surgery center (New Hanover Regional Medical Center – Atlantic Surgicenter). The third property being considered in this request is zoned B-1, accounts for 9.22 acres of the request, and is undeveloped. • The subject site is located on Scotts Hill Medical Drive along the Market Street corridor, with the existing straight B-1 portion of the site located immediately adjacent to Pender County to the north and northeast. Existing (CZD) O&I Site-Specific Development Plan • As currently conditionally zoned, the site is subject to two site-specific development plans that, when considered together, allow for six buildings totaling approximately 282,000 square feet of building footprint area with a mixture of the following uses: Hospital, Medical and Dental Office, Offices for Private Business and Professional Activities, and Heliport. The current maximum building height for the subject site is 35 feet, which was the maximum allowable building height in the O&I district when the conditional rezonings were originally approved in the mid-2000s. • Four of the six approved buildings have not been constructed, totaling 236,000 square feet of footage and 627 parking spaces, which includes the proposed 172,000 square foot hospital and corresponding 416 parking spaces. • The existing site-specific development plan also establishes a 90’ tree preservation buffer located along Pandion Drive. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 2 - 4 Z21-07 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 5 of 16 ZONING CONSIDERATIONS • The applicant is proposing to rezone approximately 41 acres from (CZD) O&I and B-1 to O&I. The applicant has indicated on the application that the rezoning would allow for a regional medical facility, which would be classified as a Hospital use by the Unified Development Ordinance’s Principal Use Table. However, this is a straight rezoning and n ot a conditional rezoning, so all uses allowed in the O&I district would be permitted. • Types of uses allowed and commonly found in the O&I district include civic and institutional uses like libraries, community centers, government buildings, elementary and secondary schools, and trade schools. Medical uses like hospitals, nursing care facilities, and medical offices are also typical of the O&I district. Other commercial uses including retail, personal service, financial institutions, and restaurants are common as well. The O&I district allows residential development at a maximum density of 2.5 dwelling units per acre. • The subject site consists of three parcels bordering Pender County to the east. Adjacent Pender County zoning includes General Business (comparable to the B-2), O&I (comparable to the O&I), and Residential Performance (comparable to the R-15). Surrounding New Hanover County zoning classifications include (CZD) B-2, B-1, R-10, and R-15. • Each of the previously approved uses are allowed by right in the O&I district, with heliports allowed as a customary accessory use to hospital uses, and the proposed straight O&I zoning would allow for a similar development pattern as currently approved. • Because this is a straight rezoning, a conceptual plan is not included within the application. The subject site would be required to meet all the Unified Development Ordinance’s (UDO) requirements for development within the O&I district, including building height maximums for non-residential structures. Based on current standards, buildings would be limited to no more than 52 feet in height and would be required to observe increased setbacks from residential property. • The subject site is partially located within the Special Highway Overlay District (SHOD). Any building constructed on the site would be required to be set back 100’ from the Market Street right-of-way. • Any development proposed would be required to meet the UDO’s standards for parking, tree retention, landscaping and buffering, exterior lighting, signs, and open space. • Any proposed development would be reviewed by the Technical Review Committee (TRC) to ensure compliance with applicable County and State regulations, including applicable site design and approval provisions within the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO). Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 2 - 5 Z21-07 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 6 of 16 AREA SUBDIVISIONS UNDER DEVELOPMENT Area Subdivisions Under Development Pender County Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 2 - 6 Z21-07 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 7 of 16 TRANSPORTATION Access • Access is provided to the subject site by Scotts Hill Medical Drive, a private street dedicated for public use located off Market Street approximately one mile north of the NC 140 interchange. • Traffic Impact Analyses (TIAs) are not required for a straight rezoning, as a specific development proposal is required to thoroughly analyze access, potential trip generation, and roadway improvements. • A Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) was originally approved for the site in 2014. The improvements required under that approval were carried over into a 2019 TIA for the portion of the Scotts Hill Medical Development south of Scotts Hill Medical Drive, which serves as the basis of the memorandum produced for Case Z21-09 in May 2021. • As currently approved, the TIA requires the following roadway improvements at the studied intersections to be completed by 2022: Pender County Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 2 - 7 Z21-07 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 8 of 16 1. Intersection of Market Street and Sidbury Road • No improvements. 2. Intersection of Market Street and Scotts Hill Loop Road (South) • Installation of a signalized northbound to southbound U-turn lane on Market Street. This improvement has been completed. 3. Intersection of Market Street and Scotts Hill Medical Drive • Installation of a southbound left turn lane onto Scotts Hill Medical Drive from Market Street. • Installation of an additional right turn lane from Scotts Hill Medical Drive onto Market Street northbound. • Signalization of the intersection. 4. Intersection of Market Street and future Comet Apartments site access north of Creekwood Road • Installation of a northbound right turn lane from Market Street. • Removal of the barrier from the southbound left turn lane. • Signalization of the intersection. 5. Intersection of Market Street at U-turn south of Creekwood Road • No improvements. • In the event the Case Z21-09 development is denied, or if new development in the area is proposed that would trigger the requirement for a TIA established by the UDO and NCDOT, a new TIA would be required that would likely include or supersede these improvements. Likewise, any changes made to the use of the subject site, including but not limited to building square footage or location of driveways, would require a new TIA to be submitted to the NCDOT and WMPO for review and approval. • Before any development can occur on this site, the Technical Review Committee will review all plans for compliance with applicable land use regulations, including any recommended roadway improvements from traffic impact analyses to ensure adequate traffic safety and distribution. Recommended roadway improvements will be completed as required by a TIA or through the NCDOT Driveway permitting process. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 2 - 8 Z21-07 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 9 of 16 • As currently developed, the site is estimated to generate approximately 97 trips in the AM peak hour and 102 trips in the PM peak hour. • In addition to the trips estimated for the existing emergency facility and surgery office, the trip generation included in the original Traffic Impact Analysis for the site analyzed 200,000 square feet of hospital and 64,000 square feet of medical office space. If developed as originally approved, the site could be estimated to generate approximately 400-500 more peak hour trips than the existing development. Development Intensity Approx. Peak Hour Trips Existing Development: 18,000 square foot Medical Office 66 AM / 59 PM 28,000 square foot Emergency Medical Facility 31 AM / 43 PM Potential Development (based on Approved CZD Plan): 200,000 square feet of Hospital 274 AM / 194 PM 64,000 square feet of Medical Office 236 AM / 210 PM Net difference between existing conditions and potential development pattern based on approved CZD plan: +510 AM / +404 PM • Because a traffic impact analysis (TIA) is not required to analyze transportation impacts at this time, Staff has provided the volume to capacity ratio for the adjacent roadways near the subject site. While volume to capacity ratio, based on average daily trips, can provide a general idea of the function of adjacent roadways, the delay vehicles take in seconds to pass through intersections is generally considered a more effective measure when determining the Level of Service of a roadway. NCDOT Average Annual Daily Traffic (AADT) - 2019 Road Location Volume Capacity* V/C Market Street 9100 Block 44,500 41,368 1.08 * Per the WMPO, prior capacity estimates were based off the maximum volume a roadway could be estimated to accommodate, also known as the Level of Service F volume. New methodology developed by the NCDOT Model Research and Development Group references an updated modeling system which uses Level of Service D in capacity analyses for planning purposes rather than Level of Service F, causing this figure to appear lower than previous staff reports. There has been no change in the capacity of the roadway at this location. • The Military Cutoff extension improvements are expected to improve the volume to capacity ratio by 30-50% at this location based on the 2035 traffic forecast included in the Military Cutoff Extension and Hampstead Bypass Traffic Operations Analysis Report. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 2 - 9 Z21-07 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 10 of 16 Nearby Planned Transportation Improvements and Traffic Impact Analyses Nearby Planned Transportation Improvements and TIAs Nearby NC STIP Roadway Projects: • STIP Project W-5803B (US 17 Shoulder Rumble Strips) o Project to install shoulder rumble strips on US 17 between New Hanover County/ Pender County line and mile post 19.3 in Onslow County. o The safety project is scheduled to be constructed in 2022. • There are no pending STIP projects within one mile of the subject site anticipated to impact this request. The Military Cutoff Extension (STIP Project U-4751) is anticipated to improve the volume to capacity ratio of Market Street at this location. Pender County Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 2 - 10 Z21-07 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 11 of 16 Nearby Traffic Impact Analyses: Traffic Impact Analyses are completed in accordance with the WMPO and NCDOT standards. Approved analyses will expire if the proposed development is not completed by the build out date established within the TIA. Proposed Development Land Use/Intensity TIA Status 1. Scotts Hill Medical Park w/ Case Z21-09 Addendum • 45,200 sf Office • 23,400 sf Medical Office • 15,000 sf Shopping Center • 9,000 sf Pharmacy with Drive-Through • 256 Apartment Units • TIA originally approved August 5, 2019 • TIA Memorandum Addendum approved May 19, 2021 • Full Build 2022 The TIA required improvements be completed at certain intersections in the area. The notable improvements consisted of: • Installation of a signalized northbound U-turn lane on US 17 south of Scotts Hill Loop Road. • Installation of a signalized southbound left turn lane on US 17 at Scotts Hill Medical Drive. Add additional right turn lane from Scotts Hill Medical Drive onto US 17. • Installation of a northbound right turn lane, removal of the barrier from the southbound left turn lane, and signalization of the intersection on US 17 at the Z21-09 site’s southern access point. Nearby Proposed Developments included within the TIA: • Scotts Hill Village • Coastal Preparatory Academy Development Status: The signalized northbound U-turn lane on Market Street south of Scotts Hill Loop Road has been installed. No other roadway improvements have been completed at this time. Proposed Development Land Use/Intensity TIA Status 2. Coastal Preparatory Academy • Phase 1 (2016-2017) - 490 students • Phase 2 (2018-2019) - 587 students • Phase 3 (2019-2020) - 664 students • Phase 4 (2020-2021) - 731 students • TIA approved January 11, 2017 • Full Build 2021 The TIA required improvements be completed at certain intersections in the area. The notable improvements consisted of: • Extension of the existing northbound left/U-turn lane at US 17 and Sidbury Road • Modification of signal timing at traffic lights located on US 17 at Scotts Hill Loop Road and Sidbury Road • Driveway improvements at the site’s access with Pandion Drive • Installation of a left turn lane into the site • Installation of dual westbound right-turn lanes on Scott Hill Loop Road at the US 17 intersection Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 2 - 11 Z21-07 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 12 of 16 Nearby Proposed Developments included within the TIA: • Blake Farms • New Hanover Regional Medical Center • Scotts Hill Village Development Status: Complete. Proposed Development Land Use/Intensity TIA Status 3. Blake Farms (Pender County) • 111,925 sf Mini-Warehouse • 407 Townhomes • 15,600 sf Office • 34,500 sf Restaurant • 3,500 sf Restaurant w/ Drive-Thru (Fast Food) • 7,700 sf Aquarium • 8,400 sf Retail • 250 Senior Multi-Family Units • 50 Single-Family Homes • 10,000 sf Restaurant (Event Center) • 20,000 sf Medical Office • TIA originally approved July 6, 2015 • TIA revision approved January 31, 2020 • Full Build 2025 The TIA required improvements be completed at certain intersections in the area. The notable improvements consisted of: • Installation of three (3) site accesses along US 17 in Pender County. Site Access 1 will include a signalized northbound directional crossover into the site. Site Access 2 and Site Access 3 will be right in-right out • Installation of signalized southbound to northbound U-turn lane north of Sidbury Road • Installation of signalized northbound to southbound U-turn lane north of Scotts Hill Loop Road (North) Nearby Proposed Developments included within the TIA: • None Development Status: The site’s main internal roadway (Blake Farm Boulevard) has been constructed. No other roadway improvements have been completed at this time. ENVIRONMENTAL • The site does not contain any Special Flood Hazard Areas or Natural Heritage Areas. • The subject property is located within the Futch Creek watershed. • Per the Classification of Soils in New Hanover County for Septic Tank Suitability, soils on the property consist of Class I (Suitable/slight limitation) soils and Class III (Severe limitations) soils. However, the subject site will be served by public water and sewer. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 2 - 12 Z21-07 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 13 of 16 OTHER CONSIDERATIONS CONTEXT AND COMPATABILITY • The property is located along Market Street, which is identified as a Principal Arterial on the WMPO Functional Classifications Map. • The site is currently used for medical uses, including an urgent care facility and outpatient surgery office. The site is located adjacent to existing medical office uses of the Scotts Hill Medical Park along Market Street and abuts approximately nine single-family homes of the Scotts Hill Village subdivision to the southeast. • The current site-specific development plan incorporates a 90’ tree preservation buffer from the property line adjacent the single-family homes along Pandion Drive. Future development would be subject to the County’s tree retention and mitigation standards of the UDO, which prohibits the removal of specimen trees and encourages the retention of trees through required mitigation of significant trees. • The development would be required to meet all screening and landscaping requirements of the UDO, which includes standards for street yard plantings. A full landscaping and buffering review would be conducted by the Technical Review Committee for any site plan submitted for the property. • The development will have no impact on the school system. Representative Development: New Hanover Regional Medical Center located at 17th Street Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 2 - 13 Z21-07 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 14 of 16 New Hanover Regional Medical Center located at 17th Street Adjacent Residential Development: Single-family homes of the Scotts Hill Village subdivision along Pandion Road (subject site on right) Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 2 - 14 Z21-07 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 15 of 16 2016 COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLAN The New Hanover County Future Land Use Map provides a general representation of the vision for New Hanover County’s future land use, as designated by place types describing the character and function of the different types of development that make up the community. These place types are intended to identify general areas for particular development patterns and should not be interpreted as being parcel specific. Future Land Use Map Place Type Community Mixed Use Place Type Description Focuses on small-scale, compact, mixed use development patterns that serve all modes of travel and act as an attractor for county residents and visitors. Types of appropriate uses include office, retail, mixed use, recreational, commercial, institutional, and multi-family and single-family residential. Analysis The subject site is located at the northeastern edge of the County in an area that the Comprehensive Plan envisions as a Community Mixed Use place that would provide goods and services for nearby residents and the larger community. This designation was applied to the Market Street corridor because of the existing commercial development pattern and high traffic volume. This designation anticipates the gradual conversion of residential properties along the Market Street corridor to commercial and mixed-use projects. The site is part of New Hanover Regional Medical Center’s Scotts Hill campus, and is immediately adjacent to existing and approved medical office uses to the west along Market Street, an existing institutional school use to the south, and existing single-family residential to the southeast. The existing development pattern was approved prior to the 2016 Comprehensive Plan and was incorporated into the plan’s recommendations for this area. Though this is a straight rezoning, uses and projects allowed in the O&I district are consistent with the community services envisioned at this location. The requested O&I rezoning could allow for the types of commercial, civic, and office uses that could be appropriate in this area, and O&I is one of Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 2 - 15 Z21-07 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 16 of 16 the typical zoning categories identified for the Community Mixed Use place type. Consistency Recommendation The proposed O&I rezoning is generally CONSISTENT with the Community Mixed Use place type because it allows the types of commercial, office, and civic uses recommended in the Comprehensive Plan and is identified as a typical zoning category in the Community Mixed Use place type. PLANNING BOARD ACTION The Planning Board considered this application at their July 8, 2021 meeting. No members of the public spoke in opposition to, or in favor of, the request. The Planning Board recommended approval of the application (4-0), finding the application to be: CONSISTENT with the purposes and intent of the Comprehensive Plan because the district allows the types of commercial, office, and civic uses that would be encouraged in the Community Mixed Use place type and would serve as an appropriate transition between existing commercial development and adjacent residential neighborhoods. The Planning Board also found APPROVAL of the rezoning request to be reasonable and in the public interest because the site is located along the Market Street corridor and is near the I-140 interchange and existing commercial services. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Staff concurs with the Planning Board’s recommendation and suggests the following motion: I move to APPROVE the proposed rezoning to an O&I district. I find it to be CONSISTENT with the purposes and intent of the Comprehensive Plan because the district allows the types of commercial, office, and civic uses that would be encouraged in the Community Mixed Use place type and would serve as an appropriate transition between existing commercial development and adjacent residential neighborhoods. I also find APPROVAL of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the public interest because the site is located along the Market Street corridor and is near the I-140 interchange and existing commercial services. Alternative Motion for Denial: I move to DENY the proposed rezoning to an O&I district. While I find it to be CONSISTENT with the purposes and intent of the Comprehensive Plan because the district allows the types of commercial, office, and civic uses that would be encouraged in the Community Mixed Use place type and would serve as an appropriate transition between existing commercial development and adjacent residential neighborhoods, I find DENIAL of the rezoning request is reasonable and in the public interest because the proposal is not consistent with the desired character of the surrounding community and the intensity of the uses allowed within the proposed district will adversely impact the adjacent neighborhoods. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 2 - 16 C o b ble R i d g e D r S c o tt s Hill M edicalDr Senca D r Creekwood Rd Booth b a y C t SaintGeorgeRd SirCly d e Rd Ste p h e n s Church Rd P andionDr Victoria C h a r m D r Mar k e t S t B-1 R-15 R-10 New Hanover County, NC SHODIncorporated Areas Indicates Conditional Use District (CUD) Indicates Conditional Zoning District (CZD) See Section 5.7 of the UDOCOD B-1 AC R-5 EDZD CB I-1 R-7 PD B-2 I-2 R-10 RMF-X CS AR R-15 RMFU SC RA R-20 UMXZ O&I R-20S Zoning Districts O&IB-1/CZD O&I/ Medical Facilities 9100 block Market St Z21-07 Case:Site Address:Existing Zoning/Use:Proposed Zoning R 1,000 Feet Subject Site Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 3 - 1 C o b b l e Rid g e D r S c o t t s H ill M edicalDr Senca D r Creek w ood Rd Booth b a y C t SaintGeorgeRd SirCly d e Rd StephensChurch Rd V i ctoriaChar m D r P a n d i o n Dr MarketSt Conservation General Residential Community Mixed Use New Hanover County, NCCONSERVATION RURAL RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY MIXED USE URBAN MIXED USE GENERAL RESIDENTIAL EMPLOYMENT CENTER COMMERCE ZONE Place Types O&IB-1/CZD O&I/ Medical Facilities 9100 block Market St Z21-07 Case:Site Address:Existing Zoning/Use:Proposed Zoning R 1,000 Feet Subject Site Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 4 - 1 C o b ble R i d g e Dr S c otts Hill M edical D r Senca D r Cr e e k w o o d R d BoothbayC t SaintGeorgeRd SirCly d e Rd Stephens Church Rd Victoria C h a r m D r P a n d i o n Dr Mark e t S t 9111 9107 9122 9121 9015 9103 9117 9100 9027 9021 9116 9139 9111 9104 105 151 9101 9101 9009 9110 9105 9144 9102313317 321 325 329 312 316 320 324 1013 1017 1021 1025 1029 1033 1037 1041 1045 1049 1053 310 1135 334 9015 1135 1135 9010 9020 9111 9111 90209020 9020 OUT O F C O U N T Y MAR K E T S T R-15 Site Neighboring Parcels O&IB-1/CZD O&I/ Medical Facilities 9100 block Market St Z21-07 Case:Site Address:Existing Zoning/Use:Proposed Zoning R 1,000 Feet Subject Site Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 5 - 1 APPLICANT MATERIALS Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 6 - 1 Tom Walsh Novant Health – New Hanover Regional Medical Center PO Box 1649 Wilmington , NC 28402 910-343-2789 Thomas.Walsh@nhrmc.org Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 7 - 1 RO 2900-002-067-000(CZ-O&I), RO 2900-002-077-000 (CZ-O&I) & RO290-002-078-000 (B-1) (+/- 40.913 Acres)CZ-O&I and B-1 O&I Community Mixed Use NH- NHRMC Scotts Hill Village- 151 Scotts Hill Medical Drive (100-151) The 2016 Comprehensive Plan states that "access to healthcare is important because it provides preventative medical care which contributes to overall health". New Hanover Regional Medical Center, owner of all of these properties, is noted in the Comprehensive Plan as one of the county's largest employers. With the anticipated growth in the north of the county and the adjacent counties, the hospital seeks to further support the development of a regional medical center where the existing Scotts Hill Free standing Emergency Department and Surgery Center are located. The setbacks and height limitations as described under O&I are more conducive to the required building heights encountered for the medical center use. The described properties are noted as a Community Mixed Use classification which supports civic, office, and institutional uses within that category of use amongst many other uses. The location, bounded on 3 sides by Scotts Hill, Hwy 17, and Scotts Hill will provide easy access to the major thoroughfares of the area. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 7 - 2 The further residential and employment center growth of this section of the county and the growth of the adjacent areas of Pender County have made it clear that additional medical center needs are to be addressed in the area. The Conditional Zoning-O&I for this site and the B-1 section of the land should be converted to allow the most flexibility for the regional medical center's future development. Having a Regional Medical Center located within shorter driving distance from the current downtown location only will serve the community with more access to healthcare and shorter drive times. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 7 - 3 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 4 - 7 - 4 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 4 - 7 - 5 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 14- 8 - 1 N E W H A N OV E R C O U N T Y B OA R D O F C O M M I S S I O N E R S R EQU E S T F O R B OA R D A C T I O N M E E T I N G DAT E : 8/2/2021 Regular D E PA R T M E N T: Planning P R E S E N T E R (S ): Marty L ile, L o ng R ange Planner C O N TA C T (S ): Marty L ile; Rebekah Ro th, Pla nning a nd L a nd U se Directo r S U B J EC T: Quasi-J udicial Hearing S pec ial U se Permit Request (S 21-03) - Request by T homas H. J ohnson, J r, A7orney, on B ehalf of the P roperty O wner, S outheastern E nterprises, I nc., to Obtain a S pec ial U se Perm it for a Wireless C ommunica:on Tower and Related S upport Facili:es in an R -15, Residen:al Zoning Distric t, L oc ated N orth of Valley B rook Road and West of Fern Valley Drive B R I E F S U M M A RY: T he applica nt is requesng a special use permit to construct and o perate a 130' tall wireless support structure on an appro ximately 5.95-a c re parcel loca ted along Va lley B ro o k Roa d, between T he C ape and Telfair S ummit subdivisio ns and the Telf air Forest subdivision. T he property is currently undeveloped and is zoned R -15, which a llo ws wireless support structures with a special use permit. T he wireless support structure, whic h is designed as a monopole antenna wireless c o mmunicaon facility, will have a total o vera ll height o f 130 f eet. A 4’-tall lightning ro d appurtenance was o rigina lly proposed that would have bro ught the tower height to a tota l of 134’ but was remo ved during the review of the applicao n to beer reflec t setbacks required for towers adjacent to residenal districts. I t will be designed to accommodate three (3) wireless carriers. C ellular antennae will be placed at heights o f 100’, 112’, and 124’. As a condion of appro val, the applicant pro poses that the antenna e will be designed to ulize conc ea lment shades to reduce the to wer ’s impact o n surro unding pro peres. T he tower will be situated within a 100’ x 100’ (10,000 sf) fenced-in equipment compound with required buff ers and landscaping meeng U nified D evelo pment O rdina nce requirements. T hree carrier lease storage areas will be included within this compound. Access to the tower site will be provided via a new 30’ wide access easement f ro m Valley B ro o k Ro ad, appro ximately 170’ in length to the to wer site. Maintenance at the proposed tower is esmated to genera te f ewer than five trips per month in the peak ho urs. Documentaon submied as part of the a pplicaon package demo nstrates the facility meets C ounty standards f o r new wireless suppo rt structures. T he applicao n includes pho to graphic simulaons from various vantage points in the immediate vicinity that sho w the tower’s ancipated visual impact, an affi davit cerf ying tha t radio frequency emissio ns will co mply with Federal C o mmunicaons C o mmissio n (FC C ) standards, a determinaon from the Federal Aviao n Administrao n (FA A) that the facility will no t be a ha za rd to air naviga o n, and an impact analysis conducted by a N o rth C arolina cerfied general real estate a ppraiser. T he 2016 C omprehensive L and U se Plan cla ssifi es the subject pro perty as General Residenal. T he intent o f this place type is to pro vide opportunies f o r lower density residenal development and supporve commercial, civic, and recreao nal development. W hile wireless suppo rt struc tures a nd o ther infrastructure are co mmo n in co ntemporary land development pa erns, the C omprehensive Plan do es not specifi cally address their loca o n. However, the Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15 C o mprehensive Plan’s implementao n guidelines do aim to suppo rt business success, workforce development, and eco nomic pro sperity, and telec o mmunicaons inf rastructure, when pla c ed to best serve the needs o f surro unding residents, business, and instuonal uses, can help to advanc e tho se go als. S T R AT EGI C P L A N A L I G N M E N T: I ntelligent G row th & Economic D evelopment Encourage development of complete communies in the unincorpor ated county I ncreas e connecvity of res idents to each other and their inves tment to New H anover County R EC O M M E N D E D M OT I O N A N D R EQU E S T E D A C T I O N S : AT TA C H M E N T S : Descripon S21-03 Script BOC S21-03 Staff Report BOC S21-03 Zoning Map BOC S21-03 FLUM BOC S21-03 Neighboring Properties Map Applicant Materials CS S21-03 Application Package BOC S21-03 FCC Affidavit BOC S21-03 FAA Information BOC S21-03 Impact Study BOC S21-03 Simulated Photographs Proposed Site Plan CS S21-03 Site Plan BOC Opposition Materials CS S21-03 Opposition Letter BOC S21-03 Opposition Exhibits BOC C O U N T Y M A N AG E R'S C O M M E N T S A N D R EC O M M E N DAT I O N S : (only M anag er) T he board's decision to approve or deny an application for a S pecial U se P ermit should be based solely on the competent and material evidence presented during the public hearing. C O M M I S S I O N E R S ' A C T I O N S : Approved 3-2, Vice-Chair Hays and C ommissioner Z apple dissenting. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15 SCRIPT for SPECIAL USE PERMIT Application (S21-03) Request by Thomas H. Johnson, Jr., attorney, on behalf of the property owner, Southeastern Enterprises, Inc., to obtain a special use permit for a wireless communication tower and related support facilities in an R-15, Residential zoning district, located north of Valley Brook Road and west of Fern Valley Drive. 1. Swear witnesses: Announce that “the Special Use Permit process requires a quasi-judicial hearing; therefore, any person wishing to testify must be sworn in. All persons who signed in to speak and wish to present competent and material testimony please step forward to be sworn in. Thank you.” 2. This is a quasi-judicial hearing. We will hear a presentation from staff. Then the applicant and any opponents will each be allowed 15 minutes for their presentation and additional 5 minutes for rebuttal. 3. Conduct hearing, as follows: a. Staff presentation b. Applicant’ s presentation (up to 15 minutes) c. Opponent’s presentation (up to 15 minutes) d. Applicant’s cross examination/rebuttal (up to 5 minutes) e. Opponent’s cross examination/rebuttal (up to 5 minutes) 4. Close the hearing 5. Board discussion 6. Ask Applicant whether he/she agrees with staff findings. 7. Vote on the Special Use Permit application. Motion to approve the permit - All findings are positive. Motion to approve the permit, subject to conditions specified below: (State Conditions) ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ Motion to deny the permit because the Board cannot find: a. That the use will not materially endanger the public health or safety if located where proposed for the following reason: ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ b. That the use meets all required condition and specifications: ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ c. That the use will not substantially injure the value of adjoining or abutting property, or that the use is a public necessity: ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 1 - 1 d. That the location and character of the use if developed according to the plan as submitted and approved will be in harmony with the area in which it is to be located and in general conformity with the Comprehensive Land Use Plan for New Hanover County: ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ Example Motion for Approval: Motion to approve, as the Board finds that this application for a Special Use Permit meets the four required conclusions based on the findings of fact included in the Staff Report. [OPTIONAL] Note any additional findings of fact related to the four required conclusions. [OPTIONAL] Also, that the following conditions be added to the development: Suggested Condition(s): 1. The wireless support structure will utilize concealment shades over the antennae and will meet the design conditions indicated in the construction drawings submitted with the application. Example Motion for Denial: Motion to deny, as the Board cannot find that this proposal: 1. Will not materially endanger the public health or safety; 2. Meets all required conditions and specifications of the Unified Development Ordinance; 3. Will not substantially injure the value of adjoining or abutting property; 4. Will be in harmony with the area in which it is to be located and in general conformity with the Comprehensive Land Use Plan for New Hanover County. [State the finding(s) that the application does not meet and include reasons to why it is not being met] Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 1 - 2 S21-03 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 1 of 10 STAFF REPORT FOR S21-03 SPECIAL USE PERMIT APPLICATION APPLICATION SUMMARY Case Number: S21-03 Request: Special Use Permit in order to develop a Wireless Support Structure Applicant: Property Owner(s): Thomas H. Johnson, Jr. Communications Tower Group, LLC Southeastern Enterprises, Inc. Location: Acreage: Valley Brook Road 5.95 PID(s): Comp Plan Place Type: R08500-002-070-000 General Residential Existing Land Use: Proposed Land Use: Undeveloped Property Wireless Support Structure Current Zoning: R-15 SURROUNDING AREA LAND USE ZONING North Undeveloped (Platted Lots for Windsor Pines Subdivision), Single-Family Residential (The Cape) R-15 East Single-Family Residential (Telfair Forest) R-15 South Undeveloped Open Space (Telfair Summit) R-15 West Single-Family Residential (Telfair Summit) R-15 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 2 - 1 S21-03 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 2 of 10 ZONING HISTORY April 7, 1971 Initially zoned R-15 (Area 4) COMMUNITY SERVICES Water/Sewer Water and Sewer is not available through CFPUA but is not necessary for this use Fire Protection New Hanover County Fire Services, New Hanover County Southern Fire District, Federal Point Station Schools Carolina Beach Elementary, Murray Middle, and Ashley High Schools Recreation Veterans Park CONSERVATION, HISTORIC, & ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESOURCES Conservation The County’s Conservation Resources Map indicates that pocosin wetlands are present on the site. Conservation space is required for pocosin wetlands when at least five (5) acres of the resource exists on the property. Verification of regulated pocosin wetlands will be required during the site plan review process. Historic No known historic resources Archaeological No known archaeological resources EXISTING CONDITIONS AND PROPOSED SITE PLAN • The applicant is requesting a special use permit to construct and operate a new monopole wireless support structure. • The subject site is located on approximately 5.95 acres located along Valley Brook Road, between The Cape and Telfair Summit subdivisions and the Telfair Forrest subdivision. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 2 - 2 S21-03 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 3 of 10 Proposed Site Plan with Staff Markups • The total height of the tower will be 130’. A 4’-tall lightning rod appurtenance was originally proposed that would have brought the tower height to a total of 134’ but was removed during the review of the application to better reflect setbacks required for towers adjacent to residential districts. • Cellular antenna will be placed at heights of 124’ and 112’, with space for an additional carrier to collocate on the tower at a height of 100’. • As a condition of approval, the applicant proposes that the antennae will be designed to utilize concealment shades to reduce the tower’s impact on surrounding properties. • The tower will be situated within a 100’ x 100’ (10,000 sf) fenced-in area with required buffers and landscaping meeting UDO requirements. Three carrier lease storage areas will be included within this area. Monopole Elevation and Equipment Compound & Required Buffer Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 2 - 3 S21-03 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 4 of 10 ZONING CONSIDERATIONS • New wireless support structures are permitted in the R-15 district with the approval of a Special Use Permit and are subject to supplemental standards in Section 4.3.3.C of the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO). These standards generally address setbacks, outside agency certifications, signage, landscaping, aesthetic appearance, and collocation. • As proposed, the site plan meets the specifications of Section 4.3.3.C of the UDO. AREA SUBDIVISIONS UNDER DEVELOPMENT Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 2 - 4 S21-03 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 5 of 10 TRANSPORTATION Access • Access to the tower site will be provided via a new 30’ wide access easement from Valley Brook Road, a privately maintained roadway. The easement is approximately 170’ in length to the tower site. • Maintenance at the proposed tower is estimated to generate approximately 4 trips per month in the AM peak hours, having virtually no impact on traffic on the nearby road network. The estimated trip generation from this request is under the 100 peak hour threshold that triggers the ordinance requirement for a Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA). • Due to the estimated low trip generation, a full analysis of pending or approved Traffic Impact Analyses within the proximity of the subject property was not conducted as they are not anticipated to affect this request. In addition, there are no major NCDOT projects planned within the proximity of the subject property that are anticipated to affect this request. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 2 - 5 S21-03 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 6 of 10 ENVIRONMENTAL • The subject property contains Special Flood Hazard Areas (AE), though the proposed 10,000 square foot tower lease area and access easement are not located within a Special Flood Hard Area. The site does not contain Natural Heritage Areas. • The subject site appears to contain wetlands, which may be impacted by the proposal. Full wetland delineation would be required if the special use permit request is approved and could result in federal or state permitting and/or mitigation. Any required outside agency approval would be verified prior to Technical Review Committee site plan approval. • The subject property is located within the Telfair Creek Watershed. • Soils at the site are Dorovan soils (DO), according to the Soil Survey for New Hanover County. These soils have severe limitations on septic suitability; however, it is not anticipated that use of a septic system will be necessary for this use. OTHER CONSIDERATIONS Context and Compatibility • Photographic simulations from various vantage points in the immediate vicinity provided with the application show the tower’s anticipated visual impact. • As a condition of approval, the applicant is proposing that the antennae will be designed to utilize concealment shades to reduce the tower’s impact on surrounding properties. • The subject parcel contains a significant amount of mature vegetation, which is proposed to remain except for areas to be cleared for the tower equipment area and access easement. • The applicant has supplied an affidavit certifying that radio frequency emissions will comply with Federal Communications Commission (FCC) standards and a determination from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) that the facility will not be a hazard to air navigation. Also included with the application is an impact analysis conducted by a North Carolina certified general real estate appraiser, which concludes that neighboring property values will not be adversely impacted by the monopole. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 2 - 6 S21-03 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 7 of 10 2016 COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLAN The New Hanover County Future Land Use Map provides a general representation of the vision for New Hanover County’s future land use, as designated by place types describing the character and function of the different types of development that make up the community. These place types are intended to identify general areas for particular development patterns and should not be interpreted as being parcel specific. Future Land Use Map Place Type General Residential Place Type Description Focuses on lower-density housing and associated civic and commercial services. Typically, housing is single-family or duplexes. Commercial uses should be limited to strategically located office and retail spaces, while recreation and school facilities are encouraged throughout. Types of uses include single-family residential, low-density multi-family residential, light commercial, civic, and recreational. Analysis The intent of this place type is to provide opportunities for lower density residential development and supportive commercial, civic, and recreational development. While wireless support structures and other infrastructure are common in contemporary land development patterns, the Comprehensive Plan does not specifically address their location. However, the Comprehensive Plan’s implementation guidelines do aim to support business success, workforce development, and economic prosperity, and telecommunications infrastructure, when placed to best serve the needs of surrounding residents, business, and institutional uses, can help to advance those goals. STAFF PRELIMINARY CONCLUSIONS AND FINDINGS OF FACT: Staff has conducted an analysis of the proposed use and the information provided as part of the application package and has created preliminary findings of fact for each of the conclusions required to be reached to approve the special use permit request. These preliminary findings of fact and conclusions are based solely on the information provided to date, prior to any information or testimony in support or opposition to the request that may be presented at the upcoming public hearing at the Board meeting. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 2 - 7 S21-03 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 8 of 10 Conclusion 1: The Board must find that the use will not materially endanger the public health or safety where proposed and developed according to the plan as submitted and approved. A. Water and sewer infrastructure and capacity are available to serve the site but are not necessary for the proposed use. B. The subject property is located in the New Hanover County Southern Fire Service District. C. Access to the tower site will be provided by a new access easement from Valley Brook Road Road, which is a privately maintained street. D. The subject site does not host any known cultural or archaeological resources. E. The National Wetlands Inventory and the New Hanover County Conservation Resources Map indicate that pocosin wetlands may be present on the site, which may be impacted by this request. F. The proposed use will have virtually no traffic impact on the surrounding transportation network. Conclusion 2: The Board must find that the use meets all required conditions and specifications of the Unified Development Ordinance. A. Wireless Communication Facilities, including Wireless Support Structures, are allowed by Special Use Permit in the R-15, Residential zoning district provided that the project meets the standards of Section 4.3.3.C of the Unified Development Ordinance. B. Section 4.3.3.C(1)(a) requires that the setback for any wireless support structure in any zoning district shall be setback from any existing residential property line or residential zoning district boundary a distance equal to the height of the tower as measured from the base of the tower. The location of the proposed 130’-tall tower will be 130’ from the nearest property line to the north and south, meeting the setback requirement of Section 4.3.3.C(1)(a). C. Section 4.3.3.C(1)(b) requires that all applicants seeking approval shall also submit a written affidavit from a qualified person or persons, including evidence of their qualifications, certifying that the construction or placement of such structures meets the provisions of the Federal Communications Act, 47 U.S.C. 322, as amended, section 6409 of the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012, 47 U.S.C. 1455(a), in accordance with the rules promulgated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and all other applicable federal, state and local laws. The statement must certify that radio frequency emissions from the antenna array(s) comply with the FCC standards. The statement shall also certify that both individually and cumulatively the proposed facilities located on or adjacent to the proposed facility will comply with current FCC standards. Documentation in the application package meets these requirements. D. Section 4.3.3.C(1)(d) regulates the signage allowed on the tower and related equipment. Signage proposed on the site consists of identification, registration, and safety signs which are compliant with this ordinance provision. E. Section 4.3.3.C(6)(a)(1) requires that the minimum distance between the tower and any other adjoining parcel of land or road must be equal to the minimum setback described in Section 4.3.3.C(1)(a), plus any additional distance necessary to ensure that the tower, as designed, will fall within the tower site. The proposed location complies with this provision, and no evidence has been submitted suggesting that additional distance is necessary. F. Section 4.3.3.C(6)(a)(2) requires the applicant to submit photographs and statements as to the potential visual and aesthetic impacts on all adjacent residential zoning districts. Information provided in the application packet meets this requirement. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 2 - 8 S21-03 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 9 of 10 G. Section 4.3.3.C(6)(b) requires a landscaped buffer with a base width not less than 25 feet and providing 100% opacity, in addition to a minimum 8 ft. tall fence surrounding the tower base. The proposed landscape buffer shown on the applicant’s submitted site plan meets this requirement. H. Section 4.3.3.C(6)(c) requires that wireless support structures 150’ in height or less shall be engineered to accommodate a minimum of one additional provider. The proposed tower is 130’ tall and has been designed to accommodate a total of three providers’ antennae and equipment, meeting this ordinance requirement. I. Section 4.3.3.C(6)(d) prohibits the storage of equipment, hazardous waste, or materials not needed for the operation, prohibits outdoor storage yards in a tower equipment compound, and prohibits habitable space within this area. The applicant’s proposal complies with this ordinance section. J. Section 4.3.3.C(6)(e) requires that, when the proposed tower site is within 10,000 feet of an airport or within any runway approach zone, the applicant submit Form 7460 to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to assure compliance with all FAA standards. An FAA Determination of No Hazard to Air Navigation has been provided by the applicant and indicates that the site and proposal are in compliance with FAA regulations. Conclusion 3: The Board must find that the use will not substantially injure the value of adjoining or abutting property or that the use is a public necessity. A. The location of the proposed wireless support structure is on a vacant property in the Telfair Forest subdivision. The tower site and associated equipment storage area will be on a 100’ x 100’ (10,000 sf) leased area within this parcel. B. The National Wetlands Inventory and the New Hanover County Conservation Resources Map indicate that pocosin wetlands may be present on the site, which may be impacted by this request. C. The nearest residential structures range from approximately 450’ to the east and 700’ to the west of the proposed tower location. D. The predominant land use in the immediate vicinity of the subject site is residential, with undeveloped open space located to the south. E. A 25’ wide buffer surrounding the tower base and equipment compound will provide visual screening. F. Evidence has been submitted in the form of an impact analysis by Michael P. Berkowitz, a North Carolina Certified General Real Estate Appraiser, that the proposal will not have significant adverse impact on adjoining and abutting properties. G. No contradictory evidence has been submitted that this project will substantially injure the value of adjoining or abutting properties. Conclusion 4: The Board must find that the location and character of the use if developed according to the plan as submitted and approved will be in harmony with the area in which it is to be located and in general conformity with the Comprehensive Land Use Plan for New Hanover County. A. The subject site is currently undeveloped. B. The National Wetlands Inventory and the New Hanover County Conservation Resources Map indicate that pocosin wetlands may be present on the site, which may be impacted by this request. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 2 - 9 S21-03 Staff Report BOC 8.2.2021 Page 10 of 10 C. The tower site is located adjacent to existing residential areas to the east and west, with the nearest residential properties located approximately 450’ to the east and 700’ to the west of the proposed tower location. D. The predominant land use in the immediate vicinity of the subject site is residential, with undeveloped open space located to the south. E. The 2016 Comprehensive Land Use Plan classifies the subject property as General Residential. The intent of this place type is to provide opportunities for lower density residential development and supportive commercial, civic, and recreational development. While wireless support structures and other infrastructure are common in contemporary land development patterns, the Comprehensive Plan does not specifically address their location. However, the Comprehensive Plan’s implementation guidelines do aim to support business success, workforce development, and economic prosperity, and telecommunications infrastructure, when placed to best serve the needs of surrounding residents, business, and institutional uses, can help to advance those goals. EXAMPLE MOTIONS Example Motion for Approval: Motion to approve, as the Board finds that this application for a Special Use Permit meets the four required conclusions based on the findings of fact included in the Staff Report. [OPTIONAL] Note any additional findings of fact related to the four required conclusions [OPTIONAL] Note any conditions be added to the development: [List Conditions] Suggested Condition: 1. The wireless support structure will utilize concealment shades over the antennae and will meet the design conditions indicated in the construction drawings submitted with the application. Example Motion for Denial: Motion to deny, as the Board cannot find that this proposal: 1. Will not materially endanger the public health or safety; 2. Meets all required conditions and specifications of the Unified Development Ordinance; 3. Will not substantially injure the value of adjoining or abutting property; 4. Will be in harmony with the area in which it is to be located and in general conformity with the Comprehensive Land Use Plan for New Hanover County. [State the finding(s) that the application does not meet and include reasons why it is not being met] Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 2 - 10 Ca r o l i n a B e a c h R d TelfairCir Ma i n s a i l L n T o p FliteLn Schoone r P l Valley Brook Rd The Cape Blvd CassimirPlTi a raDr L i n k s i d e r Dr S p e n c e r Ct Fe r n V a l l e y D r Saint Vincent Dr S e aCastle Ct CUD O&I R-15 New Hanover County, NC SHODIncorporated Areas Indicates Conditional Use District (CUD) Indicates Conditional Zoning District (CZD) See Section 5.7 of the UDOCOD B-1 AC R-5 EDZD CB I-1 R-7 PD B-2 I-2 R-10 RMF-X CS AR R-15 RMFU SC RA R-20 UMXZ O&I R-20S Zoning Districts Wireless Support StructureR-15/ Undeveloped 500 block Valley Brook Rd S21-03 Proposed Use:Existing Zoning/Use:Site Address:Case: 700 Feet Subject Site Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 3 - 1 Ca r o l i n a B e a c h R d TelfairCir Ma i n s a i l L n T o p F l i t e Ln Sc h o o n e r P l Valley Brook Rd Ca s s i m i r P l The Cape Blvd Tiara Dr L i n k s i d e r Dr Spe n c e r C t Fern Valley Dr Saint Vincent Dr Sea Castle Ct Community Mixed Use General Residential Conservation New Hanover County, NCCONSERVATION RURAL RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY MIXED USE URBAN MIXED USE GENERAL RESIDENTIAL EMPLOYMENT CENTER COMMERCE ZONE Place Types Wireless Support StructureR-15/ Undeveloped 500 block Valley Brook Rd S21-03 Proposed Use:Existing Zoning/Use:Site Address:Case: 700 Feet Subject Site Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 4 - 1 Ca r o l i n a B e a c h R d TelfairCir Ma i n s a i l L n Top Flite L n Sc h o o n e r P l Valley Brook Rd Ca s s i m i r P l T h e C a p e B l vd Tiara D r L i n k s i d e r Dr Sp e n c e r C t F e r n V a l l e y D r Saint Vincent Dr Sea Castle Ct 7515 7419 7513 7417 750375067501 7403 7416 522526 7410 523 524 530 534 702 8212 707 527 618 7407 7410 8215 8217 614 704 703 701 538 7405 528 7510 7512 7412 7405 7502 7507 7407 7500 921 7425 8204 706 515 522 520 7412 75117509 7411 532 536 7413 7415 8211 8210 655 7427 517 74217423 521 7409 700 622 525 529 8207 518 7414 8208 8212 7057401 CA R O L I N A B E A C H R D B-1 CUD O&I CZD B-2 R-15 Site Neighboring Parcels Wireless Support StructureR-15/ Undeveloped 500 block Valley Brook Rd S21-03 Proposed Use:Existing Zoning/Use:Site Address:Case: 700 Feet Subject Site Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 5 - 1 APPLICANT MATERIALS Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 6 - 1 Page 1 of 7 Special Use Permit Application – Updated 05-2021 NEW HANOVER COUNTY_____________________ DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING & LAND USE 230 Government Center Drive, Suite 110 Wilmington, North Carolina 28403 Telephone (910) 798-7165 FAX (910) 798-7053 planningdevelopment.nhcgov.com SPECIAL USE PERMIT APPLICATION This application form must be completed as part of a special use permit application submitted through the county’s online COAST portal. The main procedural steps in the submittal and review of applications are outlined in the flowchart below. More specific submittal and review requirements, as well as the standards to be applied in reviewing the application, are set out in Section 10.3.5 of the Unified Development Ordinance. *If the proposed use is classified as intensive industry, the applicant shall conduct a community information meeting in acco rdance with Section 10.2.3, Community Information Meeting. 1. Applicant and Property Owner Information Applicant/Agent Name Owner Name (if different from Applicant/Agent) Company Company/Owner Name 2 Address Address City, State, Zip City, State, Zip Phone Phone Email Email Public Hearing Procedures (Optional) Pre-Application Conference 1* Community Information Meeting 2 Application Submittal & Acceptance 3 Planning Director Review & Staff Report (TRC Optional) 4 Public Hearing Scheduling & Notification 5 Planning Board Preliminary Forum 6 Board of Commissioners Hearing & Decision 7 Post-Decision Limitations and Actions Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 7 - 1 Page 2 of 7 Special Use Permit Application – Updated 05-2021 2. Subject Property Information Address/Location Parcel Identification Number(s) Total Parcel(s) Acreage Existing Zoning and Use(s) Future Land Use Classification 3. Proposed Zoning, Use(s), & Narrative Please list the proposed use(s) of the subject property, and provide the purpose of the special use permit and a project narrative (attach additional pages if necessary). 4. Proposed Condition(s) Please note: Within a special use permit proposal, additional conditions and requirements which represent greater restrictions on the development and use of the property than the corresponding zoning district regulations may be added. These conditions may assist in mitigating the impacts the proposed development may have on the surrounding community. Please list any conditions proposed to be included with this special use permit application below. Staff, the Planning Board, and Board of Commissioners may propose additional conditions during the review process that meet or exceed the minimum requirements of the Unified Development Ordinance. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 7 - 2 Page 3 of 7 Special Use Permit Application – Updated 05-2021 5. Traffic Impact Please provide the estimated number of trips generated for the proposed use(s) based off the most recent version of the Institute of Traffic Engineers (ITE) Trip Generation Manual. A Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) must be completed for all proposed developments that generate more than 100 peak hour trips, and the TIA must be included with this application. ITE Land Use: Trip Generation Use and Variable (gross floor area, dwelling units, etc.) AM Peak Hour Trips: PM Peak Hour Trips: 6. Criteria Required for Approval of a Special Use Permit A use designated as a special use in a particular zoning district is a use that may be appropriate in the district, but because of its nature, extent, and external impacts, requires special consideration of its location, design, and methods of operation before it can be deemed appropriate in the district and compatible with its surroundings. The purpose is to establish a uniform mechanism for the review of special uses to ensure they are appropriate for the location and zoning district where they are proposed. For each of the four required conclusions listed below, include or attach a statement that explains how any existing conditions, proposed development features, or other relevant facts would allow the Board of County Commissioners to reach the required conclusion, and attach any additional documents or materials that provide supporting f actual evidence. The considerations listed under each required conclusion are simply those suggested to help the applicant understand what may be considered in determining whether a required conclusion can be met. Any additional considerations potentially raised by the proposed use or development should be addressed. 1. The use will not materially endanger the public health or safety if located where proposed and approved. Considerations: • Traffic conditions in the vicinity, including the effect of additional traffic on streets and street intersections, and sight lines at street intersections with curb cuts; • Provision of services and utilities, including sewer, water, electrical, garbage collections, fire protection; • Soil erosion and sedimentation; • Protection of public, community, or private water supplies, including possible adverse effects on surface waters or groundwater; or • Anticipated air discharges, including possible adverse effects on air quality. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 7 - 3 Page 4 of 7 Special Use Permit Application – Updated 05-2021 2. The use meets all required conditions and specifications of the Unified Development Ordinance. 3. The use will not substantially injure the value of adjoining or abutting property, or that the use is a public necessity. Considerations: • The relationship of the proposed use and the character of development to surrounding uses and development, including possible conflicts between them and how these conflicts will be resolved (i.e. buffers, hours of operation, etc.). • Whether the proposed development is so necessary to the public health, safety, and general welfare of the community or County as a whole as to justify it regardless of its impact on the value of adjoining property. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 7 - 4 Page 5 of 7 Special Use Permit Application – Updated 05-2021 4. The location and character of the use if developed according to the plan as submitted and approved will be in harmony with the area in which it is to be located and in general conformity with the New Hanover County Comprehensive Land Use Plan. Considerations: • The relationship of the proposed use and the character of development to surrounding uses and development, including possible conflicts between them and how these conflicts will be resolved (i.e. buffers, hours of operation, etc.). • Consistency with the Comprehensive Plan’s goals, objectives for the various planning areas, its definitions of the various land use classifications and activity centers, and its locational standards. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 7 - 5 Page 6 of 7 Special Use Permit Application – Updated 05-2021 Staff will use the following checklist to determine the completeness of your application. Please verify all of the listed items are included and confirm by initialing under “Applicant Initial”. If an item is not applicable, mark as “N/A”. Applications determined to be incomplete must be corrected in order to be processed for further review; Staff will confirm if an application is complete within five business days of submittal. Application Checklist Applicant Initial  This application form, completed and signed  Application fee: • $500; $250 if application pertains to a residential use (i.e. mobile home, duplex, family child care home).  Traffic Impact Analysis (if applicable)  Conceptual Site Plan including the following minimum elements: • Tract boundaries and total area, location of adjoining parcels and roads • Proposed use of land, structures and other improvements o For residential uses, this shall include number, height, and type of units; area to be occupied by each structure; and/or subdivided boundaries. o For non-residential uses, this shall include approximate square footage and height of each structure, an outline of the area it will occupy, and the specific purposes for which it will be used. • Proposed transportation and parking improvements; including proposed rights - of-way and roadways; proposed access to and from the subject site; arrangement and access provisions for parking areas. • All existing and proposed easements, required setbacks, rights -of-way, and buffering. • The location of Special Flood Hazard Areas. • The approximate location of regulated wetlands. • A narrative of the existing vegetation on the subject site including the approximate location, species, and size (DBH) of regulated trees. For site less than 5 acres, the exact location, species, and sized (DBH) of specimen trees must be included. • Any additional conditions and requirements that represent greater restrictions on development and use of the tract than the corresponding general use district regulations or additional limitations on land that may be regulated by Federal or State law or local ordinance. • Any other information that will facilitate review of the proposed special use permit (Ref. Section 10.3.5, as applicable)  Applications for uses in the intensive industry category must also submit: • Community meeting written summary • A list of any local, state, or federal permits required for use  One (1) hard copy of ALL documents and site plan. Additional hard copies may be required by staff depending on the size of the document/site plan.  One (1) digital PDF copy of ALL documents AND plans Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 7 - 6 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 7 - 7 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 8 - 1 Mail Processing Center Federal Aviation Administration Southwest Regional Office Obstruction Evaluation Group 10101 Hillwood Parkway Fort Worth, TX 76177 Aeronautical Study No. 2021-ASO-15785-OE Page 1 of 4 Issued Date: 06/15/2021 Erik Brooks CTG LLC 15720 Brixham Hill Avenue Suite 300 Charlotte, NC 28277 ** DETERMINATION OF NO HAZARD TO AIR NAVIGATION ** The Federal Aviation Administration has conducted an aeronautical study under the provisions of 49 U.S.C., Section 44718 and if applicable Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations, part 77, concerning: Structure:Monopole The Cape Blvd CTG-NC 0010081 Location:Sea Breeze, NC Latitude:34-04-22.77N NAD 83 Longitude:77-54-06.46W Heights:7 feet site elevation (SE) 154 feet above ground level (AGL) 161 feet above mean sea level (AMSL) This aeronautical study revealed that the structure does not exceed obstruction standards and would not be a hazard to air navigation provided the following condition(s), if any, is(are) met: It is required that FAA Form 7460-2, Notice of Actual Construction or Alteration, be e-filed any time the project is abandoned or: _____ At least 10 days prior to start of construction (7460-2, Part 1) __X__ Within 5 days after the construction reaches its greatest height (7460-2, Part 2) Based on this evaluation, marking and lighting are not necessary for aviation safety. However, if marking/ lighting are accomplished on a voluntary basis, we recommend it be installed in accordance with FAA Advisory circular 70/7460-1 M. This determination expires on 12/15/2022 unless: (a)the construction is started (not necessarily completed) and FAA Form 7460-2, Notice of Actual Construction or Alteration, is received by this office. (b)extended, revised, or terminated by the issuing office. (c)the construction is subject to the licensing authority of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and an application for a construction permit has been filed, as required by the FCC, within 6 months of the date of this determination. In such case, the determination expires on the date prescribed by the FCC for completion of construction, or the date the FCC denies the application. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 9 - 1 Page 2 of 4 NOTE: REQUEST FOR EXTENSION OF THE EFFECTIVE PERIOD OF THIS DETERMINATION MUST BE E-FILED AT LEAST 15 DAYS PRIOR TO THE EXPIRATION DATE. AFTER RE-EVALUATION OF CURRENT OPERATIONS IN THE AREA OF THE STRUCTURE TO DETERMINE THAT NO SIGNIFICANT AERONAUTICAL CHANGES HAVE OCCURRED, YOUR DETERMINATION MAY BE ELIGIBLE FOR ONE EXTENSION OF THE EFFECTIVE PERIOD. This determination is based, in part, on the foregoing description which includes specific coordinates, heights, frequency(ies) and power. Any changes in coordinates, heights, and frequencies or use of greater power, except those frequencies specified in the Colo Void Clause Coalition; Antenna System Co-Location; Voluntary Best Practices, effective 21 Nov 2007, will void this determination. Any future construction or alteration, including increase to heights, power, or the addition of other transmitters, requires separate notice to the FAA.This determination includes all previously filed frequencies and power for this structure. If construction or alteration is dismantled or destroyed, you must submit notice to the FAA within 5 days after the construction or alteration is dismantled or destroyed. This determination does include temporary construction equipment such as cranes, derricks, etc., which may be used during actual construction of the structure. However, this equipment shall not exceed the overall heights as indicated above. Equipment which has a height greater than the studied structure requires separate notice to the FAA. This determination concerns the effect of this structure on the safe and efficient use of navigable airspace by aircraft and does not relieve the sponsor of compliance responsibilities relating to any law, ordinance, or regulation of any Federal, State, or local government body. A copy of this determination will be forwarded to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) because the structure is subject to their licensing authority. If we can be of further assistance, please contact our office at (202) 267-0105, or j.garver@faa.gov. On any future correspondence concerning this matter, please refer to Aeronautical Study Number 2021-ASO-15785- OE. Signature Control No: 479495439-484764356 ( DNE ) Jay Garver Specialist Attachment(s) Frequency Data Map(s) cc: FCC Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 9 - 2 Page 3 of 4 Frequency Data for ASN 2021-ASO-15785-OE LOW FREQUENCY HIGH FREQUENCY FREQUENCY UNIT ERP ERP UNIT 6 7 GHz 55 dBW 6 7 GHz 42 dBW 10 11.7 GHz 55 dBW 10 11.7 GHz 42 dBW 17.7 19.7 GHz 55 dBW 17.7 19.7 GHz 42 dBW 21.2 23.6 GHz 55 dBW 21.2 23.6 GHz 42 dBW 614 698 MHz 1000 W 614 698 MHz 2000 W 698 806 MHz 1000 W 806 901 MHz 500 W 806 824 MHz 500 W 824 849 MHz 500 W 851 866 MHz 500 W 869 894 MHz 500 W 896 901 MHz 500 W 901 902 MHz 7 W 929 932 MHz 3500 W 930 931 MHz 3500 W 931 932 MHz 3500 W 932 932.5 MHz 17 dBW 935 940 MHz 1000 W 940 941 MHz 3500 W 1670 1675 MHz 500 W 1710 1755 MHz 500 W 1850 1910 MHz 1640 W 1850 1990 MHz 1640 W 1930 1990 MHz 1640 W 1990 2025 MHz 500 W 2110 2200 MHz 500 W 2305 2360 MHz 2000 W 2305 2310 MHz 2000 W 2345 2360 MHz 2000 W 2496 2690 MHz 500 W Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 9 - 3 Page 4 of 4 Sectional Map for ASN 2021-ASO-15785-OE Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 9 - 4 (NH-002) IMPACT STUDY Impact Study - Cell Tower Valley Brook Road Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina 28412 Type Report: Impact Study Effective Date June 13, 2021 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 1 (NH-002) Real Property Appraisers and Consultants 1100 Sundance Drive, Concord, North Carolina 28027 Telephone: 704-605-0595 June 16, 2021 Mr. Thomas H. Johnson Attorney Williams Mullen 301 Fayetteville Street Suite 1700 Raleigh, NC 27601 RE: Impact Study for Proposed Telecommunications Facility located Valley Brook Road, Wilmington, New Hanover County, North Carolina. Dear Mr. Johnson: I have completed a study of the proposed tower. The scope of the assignment is to provide an analysis and conclusions addressing items within my field of expertise associated with the issuance of a special use permit for the proposed development. A special use permit includes four findings of fact, of which two are addressed in this analysis. Details of these items are contained within this report. In this revised we report we are including additional information to clarify some of the items raised by local residents. The impact study is intended to conform to the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP), the Code of Professional Ethics and Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice of the Appraisal Institute. The impact study is not an appraisal as it does not report a value of any property; however, the study employs appraisal methodology to reach our conclusions of the impact of the proposed development. The proposed development is a communication tower to be located on a property owned by Southeastern Enterprises Inc. The site is encumbered with floodplain and designated wetlands. We characterized the subject as what appeared to be open space for the subdivision. We are not title experts, but we have addressed this information in the report. The subject is located adjacent to a golf course. The surrounding land uses are contributing factors in the development of conclusion regarding the potential impact of the tower. The conclusions of this study are supported by the data and reasoning set forth in the attached narrative. Your attention is invited to the Assumptions and Limiting Conditions section of this report. The analysts certify that we have no present or contemplated future interest in the proposed development, and that our fee for this assignment is in no way contingent upon the conclusions of this study. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 2 Tom Johnson June 16, 2021 Page 2 (NH-00) EXTRAORDINARY ASSUMPTIONS AND HYPOTHETICAL CONDITIONS: It is an extraordinary assumption of this report that the proposed development will be constructed as detailed in the report. Further, it is an assumption of the study that the maintenance will occur through a non-exclusive right-of-way that we assume is a legal access. It is an extraordinary assumption of this report that the improvements as described within this report are compliant with the appropriate ordinance regarding items including but not necessarily limited to setbacks, landscaping, access and other items outside our field of expertise for this assignment. These items will be addressed as part of the application by others with expertise within the respective fields. The content and conclusions of this report are intended for our client and for the specified intended uses only. They are also subject to the assumptions and limiting conditions as well as the specific extraordinary assumption set forth in this report. It is our opinion that the proposed development will not substantially injure the values of adjacent or abutting properties and that the proposed development is in harmony with the area in which it is to be located. Thank you for the opportunity to be of service. If you have any questions or comments, please contact our office. Sincerely yours, MICHAEL P. BERKOWITZ MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 3 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 5 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC TABLE OF CONTENTS SCOPE OF THE ASSIGNMENT ....................................................................................................................... 6 PREMISES OF THE STUDY ............................................................................................................................. 7 Identification of Subject..................................................................................................................................... 7 Client, Purpose, and Intended Use and Intended Users ..................................................................................... 7 Analyst ............................................................................................................................................................... 7 Property Inspection ............................................................................................................................................ 8 Extraordinary Assumptions of Report ............................................................................................................... 8 Effective Date of Study...................................................................................................................................... 8 Date of Report.................................................................................................................................................... 8 Type Report ....................................................................................................................................................... 8 Study Development and Reporting Process ....................................................................................................... 8 PROPOSED FACILITY ...................................................................................................................................... 9 Tower ................................................................................................................................................................. 9 Site Improvements ........................................................................................................................................... 10 Access .............................................................................................................................................................. 11 Location ........................................................................................................................................................... 13 SURROUNDING LAND USES ......................................................................................................................... 13 NEW HANOVER UDO ..................................................................................................................................... 14 MARKET RESEARCH ..................................................................................................................................... 20 Qualitative Analysis ......................................................................................................................................... 34 ADDENDA .......................................................................................................................................................... 38 Certifications ................................................................................................................................................... 39 Qualifications of the Analyst ........................................................................................................................... 49 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 4 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 6 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC SCOPE OF THE ASSIGNMENT In accordance with our agreement with the client, this impact study is specific to the needs of our client as part of an application for a special use permit to be considered by New Hanover County Officials. Our study and the reporting of our study is in agreement with our client as follows: The proposed development requires a Special Use Permit. The report is intended to address items relevant to the issuance of a special use permit. The following ‘Findings of Fact” was extracted from the New Hanover County Unified Development Ordinance (UDO). The scope of the assignment includes research of existing towers in Wilmington and New Hanover County. The subject has a Wilmington address but lies outside the city limits. The neighborhoods and their surrounding developments are researched to determine whether the proposed development, referred to as the “The Cape Boulevard Site”, is consistent with the location of other towers in the area and their impact, if any, on neighborhood development patterns and property values. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 5 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 7 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC This report is an amended version of the study published on June 16, 2021. The amendment is intended to provide additional information to address the concerns raised by surrounding property owners. We have included additional information on two towers with visual impact on nearby or adjacent residential properties. We also received additional information on the photo simulations that clarify the extent of the visual impact of the tower. The impact study provides an analysis of the surrounding properties. The analysis includes existing improvements, zoning designations and likely development patterns. The existing uses as of the effective date of this report in concert with the market data provided are contributing factors to the conclusions of this study. PREMISES OF THE STUDY Identification of Subject The Cape Boulevard Site Valley Brook Road Wilmington, New Hanover County, NC 28412 New Hanover County Tax Parcel: RO8500-002-070-000 Client, Purpose, and Intended Use and Intended Users Mr. Thomas H. Johnson Attorney Williams Mullen 301 Fayetteville Street Suite 1700 Raleigh, NC 27601 The client and intended user is Mr. Tom Johnson. The intended use is as an aid to assist New Hanover County officials in rendering a decision regarding the issuance of a special use permit for the proposed development. The study is not intended for any other use or users. Analysts Christopher Ferris Michael P. Berkowitz Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 6 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 8 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC MPB Real Estate, LLC 1100 Sundance Drive Concord, NC 28027 Property Inspection Michael Berkowitz inspected the property and neighborhood surrounding the proposed development. Mr. Ferris made a subsequent inspection. Details of surrounding land uses, and observations are provided throughout the report. We also performed off site visual inspections of several towers located in New Hanover County. We consider the observations in the context of the market data. They are a contributing factor to our conclusions. Photographs of the property were taken during Mr. Berkowitz’s inspection. We also provide simulated photographs provided by our client for the assignment. Extraordinary Assumptions of Report It is an extraordinary assumption of this report that the improvements as described within this report are compliant with the appropriate ordinance regarding items including but not necessarily limited to setbacks, landscaping, access and other items outside our field of expertise for this assignment. These items will be addressed as part of the application by others with expertise within the respective fields. It is an extraordinary assumption of this report that the proposed development will be constructed as detailed in the report. Further, it is an assumption of the study that the maintenance will occur through a non-exclusive right-of-way that we assume is a legal access. Should the extraordinary assumptions not exist, we reserve the right to amend this study. Effective Date of Study June 13, 2021 Date of Report July 26, 2021 Type Report Impact Study Report Study Development and Reporting Process In preparing this study, the analysts: Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 7 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 9 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC  Analyzes physical affects, if any, of the proposed construction on properties in the immediate area as well as the neighborhood;  Reviews plans for the proposed development to determine whether it is in compliance with the New Hanover County UDO with respect to items within my field of expertise;  Reviews site plan provided by our client with respect to the physical characteristics of the proposed development;  Researches market data around existing cell towers in New Hanover County to determine whether the proposed development is consistent with other developments in the area. PROPOSED FACILITY Tower Based on information provided to the analyst, the proposed tower will consist of a 130-foot “unipole” communications tower. The survey appears to show that access to the tower will be provided by a proposed driveway for the property. The following site plan shows the proposed site. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 8 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 10 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC SITE PLAN Site Improvements The site improvements include an eight-foot chain link fence with three strands of barbed wire. The site improvements will include a 25-foot-wide landscaping buffer. The site is heavily wooded. Based on the drawings, the only trees that will be disturbed will be the areas for the development. The existing vegetation is a consideration in the analysis. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 9 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 11 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC Access According to the site plan, the access to the site will be via a 30-foot-wide utility/access easement extending from Valley Brook Road, which runs along the southern boundary of the subject. The following exhibit was extracted from the site plan. Valley Brook Road is the primary feeder road for the subdivision providing access to US Highway 421 or Carolina Beach Road to the east. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 10 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 12 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 11 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 13 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC Location The tower will be located close to the center of the site. The siting of the tower will to the extent possible reduce the visual impact of the proposed tower. As we will discuss, the residential properties to the east and west potentially have an adverse visual impact from the tower. The tower will be in a heavily vegetated area. As shown on the aerial, the entire site has vegetation. The subject has a zoning designation of R-15, Residential District. In the New Hanover UDO, we found that this designation is intended to insure for orderly residential development in areas without access to municipal water and sanitary sewer service. The majority of the properties in the immediate area including all of the adjacent or abutting properties have the same designation. A factor in the analysis is the limited utility of the subject. Based on a review of the documents provided, the subject is encumbered with floodplain and has a significant portion identified as wetlands. These areas have traditionally been used for open space requirements for subdivisions. However, the local residents indicate the subject is identified as a nature preserve. Conservation areas are typically identified by conservation easements. We are unaware of any conservation easements on the property that would limit the potential uses of the property. Regardless, the site has limited utility because of other legal restrictions on the site including but not necessarily limited to floodplain and wetlands. The legal permissibility of the proposed development will be addressed by representatives of the developer with the appropriate expertise. Other uses for areas with limited utility include infrastructure to serve the subdivision. SURROUNDING LAND USES The proposed development is located on a 5.95-acre tract of land off Valley Brook Road. To the east of the subject are single family dwellings constructed in the mid-1990’s. To the Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 12 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 14 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC west of the subject are a cluster of duplexes that are part of the same subdivision constructed in the mid 2000’s. To the north of the subject is a portion of the golf course for the development. To the south are two parcels that have limited utility. One parcel us under the same ownership as the subject and is not included in the analysis. The second is owned by Telfair Summit HOA and is identified by New Hanover County tax records as open space. The presence of land identified as open space or having limited utility including the subject is a factor in the analysis. The utility of these properties is imparted on the remainder of the subdivision. The duplex developments have a higher density than many developments, which is a common development patterns for sites with areas of limited utility. Clustered development allows for higher densities as portions of the gross land area are dedicated for open space. As we will discuss in the following section, the scope of the assignment is to determine whether the proposed development is in accordance with the New Hanover County UDO regarding the issuance of a special use permit and the development of wireless telecommunications facilities. The items within our field of expertise are detailed in the following section. NEW HANOVER UDO As part of the assignment, I reviewed Article VI Section 63.5 of the New Hanover UDO regarding the development of Telecommunication Facilities. I also reviewed Article VII of the UDO regarding the findings of fact associated with the approval or denial of a special use permit. The following was extracted from the ordinance Section 70-7. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 13 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 15 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC Item 1 – This item is outside my field of expertise. Item 2 – It is our understanding, this will be performed and reviewed by local officials in concert with our client. Item 3 – The development, if completed as proposed, will not substantially injure the value of abutting land. This is the focal point of the remainder of the study. Item 4 – The development, if completed as proposed, from an appraiser’s perspective is in harmony with the area in which it is to be located. This item is addressed in concert with the analysis from Item 3. Based on our review of the ordinance, the remainder of the study focuses on adjoining or abutting properties and potentially injurious effect of the special use on value. The land uses for the area include single family residential and recreational uses. The following analysis is based on the potential visual impact of the proposed development on the respective abutting properties. The following aerial provides and overview of the immediate area. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 14 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 16 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC Golf Course (North) – The Cape Golf and Racquet Club is a private recreational area. Golf courses have traditionally been the location of infrastructure including but not necessarily limited to water towers, electrical transmission lines and telecommunication towers. The infrastructure is located as to not interfere with the intended use of the recreational areas. The proposed development will be located south of the golf course and will not interfere with the current use. Open Space (South) – The two parcels across the street from the site are both dedicated for open space or have limited utility. These two parcels have limited utility as their value is likely imparted on the developable areas of the subdivision. The limited utility of the site is a consideration of the potential impact of the tower. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 15 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 17 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC Residential Development (West) – To the west of the proposed development is a cluster of duplexes. The improvements are located on pad sites. Surrounding the pad sites is a separate tax parcel identified as common area for this portion of the development. While the duplexes are not adjacent to the site of the proposed development, we do consider these properties in the analysis. The factors associated with the visual impact of the proposed tower include but are not necessarily limited to:  The closest improvement is approximately 700 feet from the proposed tower.  The improvements in the cluster are oriented towards the golf course.  The vegetative buffer between the tower and these developments is significant inclusive of the open space.  The elevations of the improved areas are higher than the proposed development. A portion of the tower will could be visible from some of the properties in this cluster, but additional information provided regarding the vegetative buffer and the sight lines for these properties indicates the tower will not be visible from these properties. Residential Properties (East) – The residential properties to the east of the proposed development are singly family dwellings. There is a creek that runs along the eastern boundary of the proposed development. The vegetative buffer includes more mature trees than to the west. The adjacent properties to the east may have a partial view of the tower depending on the individual tree cover on the respective sites. The proposed tower will be approximately 400 feet from the nearest improvement. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 16 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 18 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC The following simulated photographs were provided as a tool to show the potential visual impact of the proposed tower on adjacent/abutting properties. Based on our tour of the area, the photographs are an accurate representation of the views from surrounding vantage points. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 17 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 19 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC The simulated photographs demonstrate that the tower will be obscured from view from some of the vantage points. We note that the first simulated photograph shows the wastewater treatment facility that is located on a site with limited utility similar to the subject. The highest level of visual impact is from the other open space parcels along the subject’s portion of Valley Brook Road. For the residential properties, the visual impact of the tower will be limited to the portion visible above the respective vegetative buffers. We received information from the developer of the simulated photographs. Based on their analysis of sight lines and the existing vegetation, the tower would have to have a height of Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 18 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 20 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC 213 feet to be visible from the duplexes to the west. The proposed unipole will have a height of 130 feet. Again, we will discuss property values later in the report. We acknowledge that the proposed 130-foot tower will have a visual impact on surrounding properties. The visual impact is minimized by the trees on the subject property as well as the trees on the majority of the adjacent or abutting properties. For those properties with a view of the tower, it will be limited to the portion of the tower above the tree line. The proposed tower will be located in the center of the site to minimize the visual impact, to the extent possible, on surrounding residential properties. Summary The items within our field of expertise focus on the aesthetic impact of the proposed development. This is based on the existing developments as detailed earlier in the study. The limited utility of the subject and the properties to the south are a factor in the analysis. The operations of the golf course will not be impeded by the proposed tower. Some of the residential properties in the area will have a partial view of the tower while others will be totally obscured from the tower because of existing vegetation. MARKET RESEARCH A potential issue associated with the impact of the proposed development is on property values in the immediate vicinity and the neighborhood. We researched towers in Wilmington and the surrounding area and identify the development patterns around these towers. After analyzing the market data, we compare this information to the proposed site and the physical characteristics and development patterns surrounding the proposed development. Wilmington Area Towers During our research, we observed several towers in and around Wilmington. Most of the towers found were located in established commercial or industrial areas. Towers are Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 19 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 21 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC classified as comparable for a variety of reasons including but not necessarily limited to:  Location – The proposed location is in the common area for a residential subdivision adjacent to a golf course. Recreational areas are common locations for infrastructure.  Surrounding Developments – The surrounding developments include residential and recreational uses. The surrounding uses are common for areas off primary transportation corridors.  Construction Type/Height – The proposed tower is a unipole tower with a proposed height of 130 feet. For the research of towers, we rely on information from antennasearch.com, which we consider a reliable source of information. Our search revealed 37 towers within proximity to the tower. We excluded towers listed that were part of electrical transmission lines, which is inconsistent with the proposed tower. Some of the towers were not visible during our tour of the area. We also excluded the towers over 250 feet which require lighting. The following chart provides a summary of the comparable towers studied in the area. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 20 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 22 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC After researching the 39 towers in the area, several of the towers are located on commercial or industrial properties. This limited the number of towers for comparison to a tower in a residential area. A concern raised was the limited number of towers in residential areas. While a large portion of the towers are located on commercial and industrial properties and/or neighborhoods, there are some towers located on properties abutting or adjacent to residential properties. We provide additional information on these towers. 4510 S. College Road – This tower is located on an institutional property along the College Road corridor. Jasmine Cove Way is a tertiary road that provides access to the residential properties behind the parcel improved with a cell tower. The South College Road corridor is an external influence on developments along the corridor. There is a walking track between the Shrine Club and the residential properties. The sales activity in this neighborhood was inadequate in quantity to provide relevant results. 3310 S. College Road - This tower is located on the site of Messiah Lutheran Church. The adjacent property is a multifamily development for rent that includes townhomes. Tower TypeLocationYear BuiltAddressHeight (Feet) MonopoleCommercial19954502 Park Avenue95 RegisteredInstitutional20163310 South College Road150 MonopoleCommercial20025515 Carolina Beach Road160 LatticeCommercial/Industrial2004434 Raleigh Street180 MonopoleIndustrial20035501 Greenville Loop Road156 RegisteredInstitutional20155591 Marvin K Mosss Lane195 RegisteredInstitutionalNAHalyburton Memorial Parkway140 MonopoleIndustrialNARiver Road199 MonopoleCommercial/ResidentialNAOff Willowick Park Drive170 MonopoleCommercial/IndustrialNAPickard Road & Shipyard Blvd.115 MonopoleResidential/Vacant LandNABehind Deer Hill Drive147 MonopoleElectricalNAPine Grove Dr. & Beasley Rd.108 MonopoleResidential/Vacant LandNAAntietam Dr. & Appomattox Dr.199 LatticeCommercial/IndustrialNARaleigh St. & Carolina Beach Dr.200 MonopoleResidential1999Behind Cypress Village Place195 Slick StickMini-StorageNA202 North Dow Road150 Wilmington Tower Summary Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 21 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 23 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC Multifamily properties are a common location for telecommunication towers. This tower is not visible from the nearby residential properties. Two additional towers on institutional properties are the Center for Marine Science and the Veteran’s Sports Complex off Halyburton Memorial Parkway. The Center is adjacent to the Masonboro Sound. The Center tower is not visible from the adjacent properties as the property is significantly larger and has a significantly higher level of tree cover. The wireless arrays for the Sports Complex are located on a water tower, which is inconsistent with the proposed development. The selection of towers attempts to provide market data that is ample in quality and quantity to develop a credible opinion regarding the impact, if any, of the proposed cell tower. The data necessary should ideally provide comparability in the sales to isolate the variable studied. The following provides a summary of towers found in residential areas. The market data was inadequate unto itself to develop a credible analysis. The market data is limited in quantity and quality, which is the reasoning for the exclusion from the original report. Deer Crossing – This tower is near a residential area behind the Deer Crossing subdivision. This tower is further from this subdivision that was developed in 2016. However, upon touring this subdivision, the tower was not visible because of the distance and tree cover between the tower and these homes. The research provided no data for the analysis. Clearbrook Estates – This tower was not included because the location of the tower was improved with a power substation. The above ground infrastructure posed a significant visual impact on the same properties with a visual impact from the tower. The adjacent residential properties were constructed in the 1960’s. Most of the transactions involving the adjacent or abutting properties were not arm’s length transactions. The most recent sale was for a recently renovated property for $200,000 in August 2020. The remaining four sales closed Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 22 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 24 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC between 1995 and 2017. This data is inadequate in quality and quantity to isolate the impact of the tower. The most relevant local data is from a new subdivision located off Carolina Beach Road called Cypress Village. This subdivision is in the construction phase. The following provides an aerial and a PLAT of this development. The tower, which was constructed in 1999 is located on the adjacent property. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 23 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 25 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC The data for the subdivision is limited as only six homes have sold. The six sales closed since March 2021. Two of these properties were closest to the tower. The sales closest to the tower were in the middle of the range of the data set. While the quantity of data is limited, the sales prices do not reflect a diminution in value based on the proximity and visual impact of the tower. Further research of this subdivision showed consistency in the price paid for the lots. The third factor extracted is the fact that a developer was attracted to the site knowing the visual influence of the tower. The market data and activity provide secondary evidence that the tower, which is significantly closer to the homes in Cypress Village, does not present an adverse impact on property values. Given the limited data for the local towers, we provide additional examples from studies performed in North Carolina. These examples are provided in support of the limited data from the local market. Based on the photo simulations provided, the examples provided are intended to show examples of residential development where a cell tower is visible above a nearby tree canopy. Other Market Data The first example is located on Woodpark Drive in High Point, North Carolina. The monopole tower is larger than the proposed tower. The surrounding developments are townhomes that provide adequate quantity of data to develop an opinion of whether this tower influences value. The townhomes in the development have varying levels of visual influence from the tower. The sales highlighted in yellow have the highest level of visual influence from the tower as the tower is located in view of their front door. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 24 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 26 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC We have included this example because of the duplexes located west of the proposed tower. The sales directly across the street from the tower, shown in yellow, do not show any influence from the tower. In fact, one sale across the street is the highest priced sale found within the past several years. This data provides evidence that the visual influence from the tower has no influence on prices paid. IDAddressSize SFBedroomsBathroomsSale PricePrice/Sq. Ft.Sale DateDeed Book Page 1966437836 WOODPARK DR1,26432$100,000$79.117/5/20188065-0590 1966337820 WOODPARK DR1,26632$137,000$108.217/27/20167837-2933 1966347822 WOODPARK DR1,26632$122,000$96.375/28/20157704-3038 1966377828 WOODPARK DR1,26632$114,000$90.058/22/20147626-0825 1966447846 WOODPARK DR1,26432$135,000$106.8010/5/20177982-1602 1966457844 WOODPARK DR1,15222$98,000$85.077/23/20147617-0256 1966457844 WOODPARK DR1,15222$104,500$90.718/12/20167844-0746 1966527871 WOODPARK DR1,26432$115,000$90.9810/14/20147641-1701 1966567859 WOODPARK DR1,26432$125,000$98.894/13/20177923-1098 1966587855 WOODPARK DR1,26432$106,000$83.865/14/20157700-2575 Castle Pines at Hickswood Townhomes Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 25 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 27 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC The second example is from a subdivision in Cornelius, North Carolina. Victoria Bay is a waterfront community. This development is adjacent to Lake Norman and has similar improvements. This subdivision includes some homes with frontage on the water. We have excluded these sales to assist in isolating the influence of the tower if any. The following chart provides a summary of the sales. The sales highlighted in yellow have visual influence from the tower. The sales highlighted in green are for a resale of the same property. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 26 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 28 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC The sales shown have an average price per square foot of $132.11. Three of the four sales with visual influence from the tower are above the average. Six of the sales in the data set were of the same model. Three of the sales have visual influence from the tower. The prices paid per square foot are comparable. The indication from the market is that the visual impact from the tower does not adversely impact property values in Victoria Bay. The next tower with adequate data is a lattice tower located at 2517 Providence Road in Weddington, North Carolina. Typically, we would not include this tower because of its construction type and taller size. This tower as shown on the photograph poses a significantly higher visual impact on the subdivision to the north, Inverness at Providence Road. The following chart provides a summary of market data for homes in the subdivision. The sales highlighted in yellow have significant visual impact from the tower. The sales Parcel #Street AddressSales DateSize (SF)$/SFSales Price 003-381-4419911 Marina Village Dr.April 13, 20181,620 138.27$ 224,000$ 003-381-4018505 Victoria Bay Dr.November 13, 20181,620 155.86$ 252,500$ 003-381-3018526 Victoria Bay Dr.July 1, 20202,219 145.11$ 322,000$ 003-381-6218611 Victoria Bay Dr.November 16, 20181,620 146.91$ 238,000$ 003-381-6518623 Victoria Bay Dr.February 28, 20181,620 139.51$ 226,000$ 003-381-6618627 Victoria Bay Dr.October 18, 20181,620 151.23$ 245,000$ 003-381-2518624 Victoria Bay Dr.November 20, 20182,052 119.40$ 245,000$ 003-381-1420030 Coral Cove Ct.January 11, 20181,620 134.57$ 218,000$ 003-382-0218122 Bluff Inlet Rd.June 19, 20202,071 153.31$ 317,500$ 003-195-0918111 Bluff Inlet Rd.May 18, 20182,052 121.83$ 250,000$ 003-195-0618021 Bluff Inlet Rd.July 16, 20182,012 136.68$ 275,000$ 003-195-0118001 Bluff Inlet Rd.April 17, 20201,645 151.98$ 250,000$ 003-196-2320815 Brinkley St.June 17, 20202,610 128.35$ 335,000$ 003-196-1218208 Harbor Mist Rd.February 23, 20182,709 108.90$ 295,000$ 003-196-1218208 Harbor Mist Rd.August 3, 20182,709 124.03$ 336,000$ 003-196-3620933 Brinkley St.September 7, 20182,528 128.56$ 325,000$ 003-194-5720102 Beard St.August 21, 20202,386 155.07$ 370,000$ 003-195-5920115 Beard St.September 4, 20182,263 124.61$ 282,000$ 003-194-5120914 Brinkley St.December 27, 20182,609 109.62$ 286,000$ 003-194-2518307 Victoria Bay Dr.February 21, 20182,332 125.21$ 292,000$ 003-194-2618311 Victoria Bay Dr.September 21, 20182,582 114.25$ 295,000$ 003-194-2518327 Victoria Bay Dr.January 24, 20182,609 105.40$ 275,000$ 003-194-3418409 Victoria Bay Dr.August 13, 20182,655 119.77$ 318,000$ Victoria Bay Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 27 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 29 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC highlighted in green are resales of the same property to reflect the appreciating market. The most significant factor in the analysis of the data is the date of sale. The housing shortage has shown a spike in prices paid. The price point for these homes averages approximately $500,000. The sales prices for the houses with visual influence from the tower range from $448,000 to $553,500 which is consistent with the sales of homes without a visual influence despite their older sale date. The price per square foot for the impacted houses ranges from $115.11 to $141.45 Parcel NumberBook & PageAcreageAddressSale AmountSale DateYear BuiltSF$/SFParcel NumberBook & PageAcreageAddressSale AmountSale DateYear BuiltSF$/SF 61593797154 747 0.32104 SOMERLED WAY508,500$ 5/11/201820183,479 146.16$ 61594457736 0391 0.36309 SOMERLED WAY525,000$ 7/15/202020163,893 134.86$ 61593807145 188 0.37108 SOMERLED WAY471,000$ 4/27/201820173,859 122.05$ 61594466781 278 0.38313 SOMERLED WAY557,000$ 9/28/201620164,339 128.37$ 61593817146 402 0.4112 SOMERLED WAY438,500$ 4/30/201820173,248 135.01$ 61594477120 362 0.32317 SOMERLED WAY534,500$ 3/19/201820174,291 124.56$ 61593827172 333 0.4113 SOMERLED WAY559,000$ 6/8/201820153,921 142.57$ 61594487225 798 0.25321 SOMERLED WAY490,000$ 8/29/201820183,788 129.36$ 61593837219 178 0.24117 SOMERLED WAY520,000$ 8/20/201820153,243 160.35$ 61594497244 446 0.25325 SOMERLED WAY472,500$ 10/1/201820184,225 111.83$ 61593847244 5600.24121 SOMERLED WAY514,000$ 10/1/201820184,354 118.05$ 61594507536 0594 0.25329 SOMERLED WAY542,500$ 12/10/201920163,824 141.87$ 61593857942 0230 0.24125 SOMERLED WAY550,000$ 1/4/202120183,248 169.33$ 61594516967 230 0.25333 SOMERLED WAY540,000$ 7/5/201720164,556 118.53$ 61593866719 319 0.26129 SOMERLED WAY503,500$ 7/12/201620153,921 128.41$ 61594527219 017 0.27337 SOMERLED WAY455,000$ 8/17/201820183,248 140.09$ 61593876546 130 0.27201 SOMERLED WAY486,000$ 10/12/201520153,942 123.29$ 61594537147 488 0.32341 SOMERLED WAY483,000$ 5/1/201820173,892 124.10$ 61593886699 852 0.25205 SOMERLED WAY453,000$ 6/16/201620163,245 139.60$ 61594547144 410 0.33345 SOMERLED WAY491,500$ 4/26/201820173,248 151.32$ 61593896822 104 0.25209 SOMERLED WAY491,000$ 11/18/201620153,900 125.90$ 61594557684 0116 0.32349 SOMERLED WAY525,000$ 5/29/202020163,415 153.73$ 61593906825 072 0.25213 SOMERLED WAY471,000$ 11/22/201620153,756 125.40$ 61594586885 265 0.353105 BARCLAY DR467,000$ 3/1/201720163,646 128.09$ 61593916633 228 0.3217 SOMERLED WAY478,000$ 3/16/201620153,868 123.58$ 61594596880 725 0.342109 BARCLAY DR528,500$ 2/22/201720163,173 166.56$ 61593926950 743 0.242317 BARCLAY DR668,500$ 6/12/201720166,507 102.74$ 61594606940 081 0.317113 BARCLAY DR518,000$ 5/26/201720174,291 120.72$ 61593936851 790 0.27321 BARCLAY DR502,500$ 12/29/201620163,897 128.95$ 61594617047 708 0.358117 BARCLAY DR417,500$ 11/3/201720173,160 132.12$ 61593946645 149 0.35325 BARCLAY DR495,500$ 4/1/201620153,892 127.31$ 61594626920 777 0.305121 BARCLAY DR571,000$ 4/27/201720174,775 119.58$ 61593966670 745 0.23333 BARCLAY DR491,500$ 5/9/201620163,892 126.28$ 61594637429 307 0.25125 BARCLAY DR588,000$ 7/31/201920183,892 151.08$ 61593976712 081 0.23337 BARCLAY DR391,500$ 6/30/201620163,180 123.11$ 61594637224 6070.25125 BARCLAY DR572,000$ 8/28/201820183,892 146.97$ 61593986823 029 0.28341 BARCLAY DR458,500$ 11/18/201620163,186 143.91$ 61594647122 746 0.271129 BARCLAY DR526,500$ 3/22/201820175,874 89.63$ 61593997086 853 0.292905 MERRYVALE WAY545,000$ 1/12/201820164,222 129.09$ 61594667488 0001 0.274137 BARCLAY DR570,000$ 10/11/201920174,560 125.00$ 61594006846 365 0.292909 MERRYVALE WAY538,000$ 12/21/201620164,434 121.34$ 61594676921 598 0.274141 BARCLAY DR452,000$ 4/28/201720173,426 131.93$ 61594016659 509 0.312913 MERRYVALE WAY459,000$ 4/25/201620163,245 141.45$ 61594687397 0704 0.25145 BARCLAY DR521,000$ 6/21/201920173,763 138.45$ 61594026655 785 0.382917 MERRYVALE WAY507,000$ 4/19/201620153,868 131.08$ 61594697032 212 0.25149 BARCLAY DR458,000$ 10/11/201720173,167 144.62$ 61594036782 6570.392920 MERRYVALE WAY553,500$ 9/29/201620164,339 127.56$ 61594707223 321 0.25153 BARCLAY DR486,500$ 8/24/201820184,260 114.20$ 61594046853 642 0.362916 MERRYVALE WAY545,000$ 12/30/201620164,516 120.68$ 61594717244 507 0.25157 BARCLAY DR545,500$ 10/1/201820184,310 126.57$ 61594056640 381 0.282912 MERRYVALE WAY452,000$ 3/28/201620153,884 116.37$ 61594727243 553 0.25161 BARCLAY DR469,500$ 9/28/201820183,666 128.07$ 61594066590 757 0.292908 MERRYVALE WAY452,500$ 12/28/201520153,909 115.76$ 61594737237 611 0.25165 BARCLAY DR468,000$ 9/20/201820183,889 120.34$ 61594076591 307 0.292904 MERRYVALE WAY448,000$ 12/28/201520153,892 115.11$ 61594747177 736 0.25169 BARCLAY DR511,500$ 6/18/201820183,822 133.83$ 61594086591 474 0.332900 MERRYVALE WAY451,000$ 12/29/201520153,868 116.60$ 61594757237 408 0.25173 BARCLAY DR480,000$ 9/20/201820183,892 123.33$ 61594096690 738 0.292808 MERRYVALE WAY419,000$ 6/3/201620163,245 129.12$ 61594767778 110 0.25177 BARCLAY DR530,000$ 8/19/202020183,559 148.92$ 61594106643 595 0.322804 MERRYVALE WAY513,000$ 3/31/201620153,756 136.58$ 61594767235 5950.25177 BARCLAY DR489,000$ 9/18/201820183,559 137.40$ 61594117150 630 0.25120 SOMERLED WAY456,000$ 5/4/201820173,559 128.13$ 61594777775 473 0.298181 BARCLAY DR585,000$ 8/17/202020183,788 154.44$ 61594126688 409 0.24124 SOMERLED WAY432,000$ 6/1/201620153,106 139.09$ 61594777227 4020.298181 BARCLAY DR529,500$ 8/31/201820183,788 139.78$ 61594137273 540 0.29128 SOMERLED WAY505,000$ 11/26/201820153,892 129.75$ 61594787243 069 0.287185 BARCLAY DR430,000$ 9/28/201820183,248 132.39$ 61594146959 391 0.28200 SOMERLED WAY459,000$ 6/26/201720173,701 124.02$ 61594797202 403 0.287189 BARCLAY DR534,000$ 7/24/201820183,274 163.10$ 61594156608 661 0.25204 SOMERLED WAY419,000$ 2/1/201620153,868 108.32$ 61594807437 393 0.287193 BARCLAY DR549,000$ 8/12/201920173,592 152.84$ 61594166731 757 0.25208 SOMERLED WAY467,500$ 7/28/201620163,890 120.18$ 61594807110 5390.287193 BARCLAY DR520,000$ 2/28/201820173,592 144.77$ 61594176757 188 0.25212 SOMERLED WAY456,500$ 8/30/201620163,881 117.62$ 61594817077 103 0.287197 BARCLAY DR621,500$ 12/22/201720176,158 100.93$ 61594197045 313 0.3220 SOMERLED WAY460,000$ 10/31/201720163,173 144.97$ 61594827917 0532 0.295201 BARCLAY DR530,000$ 12/11/202020173,260 162.58$ 61594206868 158 0.27328 BARCLAY DR529,500$ 1/31/201720164,340 122.00$ 61594837040 873 0.29205 BARCLAY DR462,000$ 10/25/201720173,900 118.46$ 61594216971 136 0.25332 BARCLAY DR466,000$ 7/12/201720173,833 121.58$ 61594847079 604 0.267209 BARCLAY DR521,000$ 12/29/201720173,806 136.89$ 61594227204 509 0.25336 BARCLAY DR530,000$ 7/27/201820164,339 122.15$ 61594857042 866 0.283213 BARCLAY DR430,500$ 10/27/201720173,173 135.68$ 61594236725 875 0.42340 BARCLAY DR533,000$ 7/21/201620163,892 136.95$ 61594867003 282 0.371200 BARCLAY DR558,500$ 8/28/201720174,531 123.26$ 61594247242 439 0.33301 SOMERLED WAY500,000$ 9/27/201820164,310 116.01$ 61594876959 514 0.324188 BARCLAY DR488,500$ 6/26/201720173,911 124.90$ 61594256842 058 0.32305 SOMERLED WAY433,500$ 12/16/201620163,173 136.62$ 61594886985 188 0.333180 BARCLAY DR552,000$ 7/31/201720174,541 121.56$ 61594337224 094 0.3301 BARCLAY DR455,500$ 8/27/201820183,479 130.93$ 61594897091 878 0.254172 BARCLAY DR495,500$ 1/24/201820173,274 151.34$ 61594346825 757 0.27305 BARCLAY DR644,500$ 11/22/201620165,830 110.55$ 61594907205 416 0.25168 BARCLAY DR503,500$ 7/30/201820184,310 116.82$ 61594356825 096 0.28309 BARCLAY DR632,000$ 11/22/201620165,954 106.15$ 61594917066 746 0.25164 BARCLAY DR482,000$ 12/7/201720174,211 114.46$ 61594366744 188 0.33313 BARCLAY DR534,500$ 8/15/201620163,868 138.19$ 61594927073 062 0.25160 BARCLAY DR477,500$ 12/18/201720173,912 122.06$ 61594377147 247 0.28308 SOMERLED WAY464,500$ 4/30/201820163,879 119.75$ 61594937546 349 0.25156 BARCLAY DR521,000$ 12/20/201920173,248 160.41$ 61594386660 854 0.25316 SOMERLED WAY465,500$ 4/26/201620163,890 119.67$ 61594937140 6140.25156 BARCLAY DR514,500$ 4/20/201820173,248 158.41$ 61594396693 863 0.24320 SOMERLED WAY448,000$ 6/8/201620163,868 115.82$ 61594946982 514 0.25152 BARCLAY DR506,000$ 7/27/201720174,566 110.82$ 61594407232 454 0.24324 SOMERLED WAY533,000$ 9/10/201820163,756 141.91$ 61594957139 083 0.25148 BARCLAY DR470,000$ 4/18/201820173,883 121.04$ 61594416693 353 0.24328 SOMERLED WAY495,000$ 6/8/201620163,408 145.25$ 61594967067 001 0.25144 BARCLAY DR500,000$ 12/7/201720174,311 115.98$ 61594426653 116 0.24332 SOMERLED WAY452,500$ 4/14/201620153,890 116.32$ 61594976885 172 0.307140 BARCLAY DR473,000$ 2/28/201720163,918 120.72$ 61594436712 158 0.29340 SOMERLED WAY456,500$ 7/1/201620163,245 140.68$ 61594987078 310 0.304132 BARCLAY DR429,500$ 12/27/201720173,164 135.75$ 61594447833 0099 0.27348 SOMERLED WAY595,000$ 10/2/202020163,196 186.17$ 61594996867 900 0.25124 BARCLAY DR439,500$ 1/30/201720163,866 113.68$ 61595006931 427 0.458116 BARCLAY DR581,000$ 5/12/201720174,331 134.15$ Inverness Subdivision Sales SizeSale Price$/SF Minimum 3,106 391,500$ 89.63$ Maximum 6,507 668,500$ 186.17$ Average 3,894 501,287$ 130.65$ Median 3,879 495,500$ 128.09$ Inverness Summary Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 28 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 30 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC per square foot. Again, the rates bookend the median and averages for the neighborhood. The indication from the analysis is that the presence of a cell tower posing a higher level of visual impact with a light did not significantly impact the value of properties. The Vickery subdivision located in Waxhaw, North Carolina has a cell tower just north of the lots at the terminus of Vickery Drive. This tower has a comparable distance to adjacent improvements. The vegetative buffer is comparable to the proposed tower. The analysis for those properties closest to the tower are compared to those within the remainder of the subdivision. The following chart provides sales within the subdivision with the properties closest to the tower highlighted in yellow. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 29 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 31 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC For the analysis, we used several units of comparison. The price point for the properties closest to the tower are within the range of the rest of the subdivision. While one sale is on the lower end of the range another is on the upper end of the Parcel Number Book & Page AcreageAddressSale AmountSize SFD (SF)Price/SFSale Date Assessed Value % of Assessed Value Year Built 70753006775 248 0.4741209 VICKERY DR474,000$ 4,032117.56$ 9/21/2016387,500$ 122%2016 70753016775 389 0.5841215 VICKERY DR467,000$ 4,224110.56$ 9/21/2016398,200$ 117%2016 70752996778 636 0.4811205 VICKERY DR447,000$ 3,453129.45$ 9/26/2016358,100$ 125%2016 70753026781 324 0.4721305 VICKERY DR429,900$ 3,011142.78$ 9/28/2016366,300$ 117%2016 70753086782 602 0.4861416 VICKERY DR404,000$ 3,427117.89$ 9/29/2016344,300$ 117%2016 70753056785 056 0.461415 VICKERY DR438,000$ 3,789115.60$ 9/30/2016380,200$ 115%2016 70753046786 509 0.5011407 VICKERY DR390,000$ 2,922133.47$ 10/4/2016316,900$ 123%2016 70753156800 627 0.6081300 VICKERY DR436,500$ 3,073142.04$ 10/21/2016340,200$ 128%2016 70753106802 034 0.5651408 VICKERY DR495,500$ 4,032122.89$ 10/24/2016387,300$ 128%2016 70753096807 3780.531412 VICKERY DR508,815$ 3,865131.65$ 10/28/2016406,700$ 125%2016 70753036807 603 0.4661401 VICKERY DR435,000$ 3,571121.81$ 10/31/2016362,400$ 120%2016 70752986835 577 0.5141201 VICKERY DR480,705$ 3,956121.51$ 12/7/2016388,200$ 124%2016 70753146843 2420.4981304 VICKERY DR464,900$ 3,850120.75$ 12/16/2016375,900$ 124%2016 70753076843 367 0.4661423 VICKERY DR470,000$ 3,672128.00$ 12/19/2016362,500$ 130%2016 70753266844 281 0.4632023 DONOVAN DR450,500$ 2,922154.18$ 12/19/2016324,100$ 139%2016 70753306847 478 0.5292028 DONOVAN DR438,500$ 3,642120.40$ 12/22/2016355,500$ 123%2016 70753356848 787 0.5042011 CHALET LN475,207$ 3,672129.41$ 12/27/2016363,700$ 131%2016 70753316848 807 0.4732024 DONOVAN DR492,000$ 4,832101.82$ 12/27/2016420,500$ 117%2016 70753326851 725 0.4612018 DONOVAN DR454,348$ 3,594126.42$ 12/29/2016358,800$ 127%2016 70753126851 804 0.5421402 VICKERY DR417,000$ 3,037137.31$ 12/29/2016338,500$ 123%2016 70753256859 111 0.4632019 DONOVAN DR462,500$ 3,037152.29$ 1/13/2017338,900$ 136%2016 70753176862 313 0.4961110 VICKERY DR448,836$ 3,644123.17$ 1/19/2017376,500$ 119%2016 70753136880 472 0.4971308 VICKERY DR476,853$ 4,102116.25$ 2/22/2017395,100$ 121%2016 70753506882 808 0.4831004 KARA CT459,050$ 3,430133.83$ 2/24/2017344,000$ 133%2016 70753116883 380 0.5131406 VICKERY DR499,900$ 4,240117.90$ 2/27/2017406,500$ 123%2016 70753386886 457 0.5373021 CHALET LN506,000$ 3,803133.05$ 3/2/2017369,800$ 137%2016 70753376891 603 0.5313015 CHALET LN442,890$ 3,036145.88$ 3/10/2017323,500$ 137%2016 70753336892 523 0.4732012 DONOVAN DR494,990$ 3,777131.05$ 3/13/2017382,500$ 129%2016 70753456894 492 0.5343000 CHALET LN432,000$ 3,109138.95$ 3/16/2017336,300$ 128%2016 70753066896 071 0.4621419 VICKERY DR455,800$ 3,488130.68$ 3/20/2017366,600$ 124%2016 70753346903 497 0.5672002 DONOVAN DR469,900$ 3,430137.00$ 3/30/2017359,100$ 131%2016 70753366928 229 0.5213003 CHALET LN558,582$ 4,258131.18$ 5/9/2017403,700$ 138%2017 70753436934 030 0.5443012 CHALET LN502,000$ 3,646137.69$ 5/18/2017366,500$ 137%2017 70753486943 103 0.4731016 KARA CT498,677$ 3,609138.18$ 5/31/2017366,200$ 136%2017 70753446948 415 0.563008 CHALET LN512,900$ 4,059126.36$ 6/8/2017408,800$ 125%2016 70753226954 471 0.5162005 DONOVAN DR512,000$ 3,910130.95$ 6/16/2017388,900$ 132%2017 70753416955 571 0.533024 CHALET LN499,900$ 4,085122.37$ 6/19/2017395,600$ 126%2017 70753406957 267 0.4823030 CHALET LN465,335$ 3,462134.41$ 6/21/2017353,700$ 132%2017 70753496961 836 0.4921010 KARA CT493,500$ 4,102120.31$ 6/28/2017395,100$ 125%2017 70752976961 6270.5091109 VICKERY DR470,049$ 3,413137.72$ 6/28/2017358,800$ 131%2017 70753476962 872 0.5791020 KARA CT507,500$ 3,885130.63$ 6/29/2017371,900$ 136%2017 70753516964 408 0.4761002 KARA CT440,000$ 3,528124.72$ 6/30/2017353,200$ 125%2016 70753166965 130 0.5681210 VICKERY DR449,900$ 3,528127.52$ 6/30/2017353,400$ 127%2016 70753466978 225 0.5671005 KARA CT528,250$ 3,913135.00$ 7/21/2017390,200$ 135%2017 70753297020 463 0.5412032 DONOVAN DR457,400$ 3,000152.47$ 9/22/2017341,200$ 134%2017 70753237029 563 0.5052009 DONOVAN DR469,500$ 3,074152.73$ 10/6/2017342,000$ 137%2017 70753287043 656 0.6132027 DONOVAN DR513,500$ 3,963129.57$ 10/30/2017391,400$ 131%2017 70753397043 673 0.5483031 CHALET LN443,000$ 3,074144.11$ 10/30/2017333,800$ 133%2017 70753247064 691 0.5122015 DONOVAN DR471,085$ 3,609130.53$ 12/4/2017353,900$ 133%2017 70753427072 416 0.5253018 CHALET LN495,000$ 3,777131.06$ 12/15/2017382,300$ 129%2017 70753277133 380 0.4672025 DONOVAN DR509,000$ 3,735136.28$ 4/9/2018362,500$ 140%2016 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 30 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 32 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC range indicating that the proximity to the cell tower does not influence the price point. We also looked at the price per square foot. Again, the sales in proximity to the tower were consistent with nominal variances with other properties in the subdivision. We also compared the sales prices to the assessed values of the properties. Again, this comparison yielded the same results that the market and prices paid for properties in proximity to the tower were not impacted by the tower. The next tower found is located southeast of the Prestwick subdivision in Charlotte, North Carolina. The following aerial shows the tower to the southeast of the subdivision. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 31 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 33 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC The tower is a monopole tower with some trees between the tower and the residential properties within Prestwick. The following chart provides a summary of sales within the subdivision with the properties highlighted in yellow having some level of visual influence from the tower. Despite consideration of adjustments to the data set for a variety of physical and market variances, the single-family dwelling with the highest level of visual impact from the tower lies within the range of the data set presented. This analysis indicates that the visual impact of this tower does not substantially impact property values of residential properties. Other potential impacts to the surrounding area include noise, traffic, and lighting. The operation of a cell tower is essentially silent and would not influence the surrounding Parcel NumberBook & PageAcreageAddress Sale Amount Size SFD (SF) Price/SF Sale Date Assessed Value % of Assessed Value Year Built 71351976730 543 0.165810 PARKSTONE DR$247,0003,288$75.127/26/2016$246,000100%2006 71352117011 590 0.155807 PARKSTONE DR$260,0002,844$91.429/8/2017$224,100116%2006 71352146918 096 0.145801 PARKSTONE DR$245,0002,744$89.294/24/2017$217,400113%2006 71352186991 886 0.165717 PARKSTONE DR$271,0002,732$99.198/10/2017$218,500124%2006 71352216636 021 0.175707 PARKSTONE DR$250,0002,744$91.113/21/2016$220,300113%2006 71352286728 324 0.175706 PARKSTONE DR$242,0002,652$91.257/25/2016$212,300114%2006 71352386756 020 0.183107 ROYAL TROON LN$260,0002,744$94.758/29/2016$217,500120%2006 71352437228 074 0.143005 ROYAL TROON LN$235,0001,956$120.148/31/2018$179,400131%2006 71351907192 422 0.145704 FALKIRK LN$274,0002,856$95.947/10/2018$223,600123%2006 71351937228 475 0.155800 PARKSTONE DR$287,5003,026$95.018/31/2018$233,600123%2006 71351967154 843 0.165808 PARKSTONE DR$256,0002,744$93.295/11/2018$219,900116%2006 71351986903 572 0.165812 PARKSTONE DR$262,0002,744$95.483/30/2017$217,500120%2006 71352137199 856 0.145803 PARKSTONE DR$277,0002,732$101.397/20/2018$218,700127%2006 71352156985 085 0.145723 PARKSTONE DR$245,0003,268$74.977/31/2017$244,300100%2006 71352326890 100 0.175714 PARKSTONE DR$238,0001,794$132.663/8/2017$176,700135%2006 71352396820 854 0.183105 ROYAL TROON DR$260,0002,732$95.1711/16/2016$225,700115%2006 71352797257 886 0.145911 PARKSTONE DR$211,0002,654$79.5010/25/2018$213,20099%2007 71352847231 065 0.165901 PARKSTONE DR$278,0002,983$93.199/6/2018$231,100120%2007 71352017002 308 0.185818 PARKSTONE DR$260,0002,837$91.658/25/2017$224,700116%2007 71352566773 258 0.145708 FALKIRK LN$232,5002,104$110.509/19/2016$192,700121%2007 71352737232 509 0.155910 PARKSTONE DR$273,0003,075$88.789/10/2018$235,100116%2007 71352836943 153 0.165903 PARKSTONE DR$255,0002,654$96.085/31/2017$212,500120%2007 Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 32 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 34 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC developments. The additional traffic caused by the proposed development includes two to three trips a month for routine maintenance. Any increases in traffic are considered nominal and does not impact the abutting properties. One of the examples includes a lit tower with lattice construction posing a significantly higher visual impact than the proposed tower. Conclusions The market activity around cell towers indicates that the visual impact of the proposed tower is not reflected in the prices paid. In other words, if I were to appraise any of the abutting properties of the proposed development, the market data does not support any adjustments for the visual impact of the tower. Therefore, I conclude that the proposed development of a wireless telecommunications facility will not substantially injure the value of abutting properties. Qualitative Analysis In addition to the market activity for existing towers, we also consider the surrounding developments for the subject. The question posed for this study is “would the development of the wireless facility warrant a downward adjustment to neighborhood properties?” The information from the previous analysis indicates that there is no empirical evidence to support a quantitative adjustment. The following analysis is intended to determine whether a qualitative adjustment is warranted. Subject Neighborhood When considering qualitative adjustments in an appraisal, the appraiser must consider all factors that could contribute to an adjustment. The aesthetics and location of the proposed development as well as the existing developments are a factor in developing our opinion. The factors considered in developing our opinion include but are not necessarily limited to:  The market has not shown a detrimental impact on development patterns in areas with visual influence from a wireless facility. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 33 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 35 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC  The proposed development is located within the existing tree line that will screen a significant portion of the tower in all directions and minimize the potential impact.  The visual impact of the tower will not impede the view amenity of the golf course for the properties to the west.  Most properties in the area include screening from the street and the existing infrastructure. The indication is that there are existing external influences on properties in the neighborhood. All these factors would contribute to the aesthetic appeal and a hypothetical valuation of properties in the neighborhood. The multitude of factors indicates that multicollinearity for aesthetics exists. Multicollinearity arises when multiple items correlate with each other. The multiple factors can cause a distortion of the impact of any of the factors individually without consideration for all the factors that contribute to the common issue. As shown on the photos, there is a wastewater treatment facility located on the other side of the golf course. The location of this infrastructure reflects the development patterns of providing infrastructure in otherwise areas of limited utility. Sanitary sewer lines are prevalent in areas encumbered with floodplain. The development of infrastructure on sites with limited utility is consistent with the surrounding development patterns. The following provides a summary of our conclusions regarding the items for a special use permit. We reiterate these items for reference purposes. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 34 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 36 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC Item 3 Cell towers are essentially silent and would not interfere with the use and enjoyment of properties in the area. The existing traffic for Valley Brook Road would increase nominally because of the proposed tower. Based on the market data presented and the siting of the proposed tower, we conclude that the proposed tower will not substantially injure the value of adjacent or abutting properties. The proposed location is consistent with other developments in the Wilmington area. Item 4 We conclude that the proposed development will be in harmony with the area. The development of the area includes infrastructure located in areas with limited utility. Therefore, it is our opinion that the proposed development in accordance with the proposed conditions will not substantially injure the value of adjacent or abutting properties. The proposed development has siting and existing buffers to minimize to the extent possible the visual impact of the proposed tower. It is my opinion that the proposed development will not substantially detract from the aesthetics or character of the neighborhood because of its location and existing above ground infrastructure and location adjacent to a golf course. Michael P. Berkowitz Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 35 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 37 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC Christopher B. Ferriss Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 36 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 38 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC ADDENDA Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 37 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 39 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC Certifications Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 38 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 40 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC CERTIFICATION OF THE ANALYST I, Michael P. Berkowitz, certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, 1. The statements of fact contained in this report are true and correct. 2. The reported analyses, opinions, and conclusions are limited only by the reported assumptions and limiting conditions and are my personal, impartial, and unbiased professional analyses, opinions, and conclusions. 3. I have no present or prospective interest in the property that is the subject of this report and no personal interest with respect to the parties involved. 4. I have performed no services, as an appraiser or in any other capacity, regarding the property that is the subject of this report within the three-year period immediately preceding acceptance of this assignment. 5. I have no bias with respect to the property that is the subject of this report or to the parties involved with this assignment. 6. My engagement in this assignment was not contingent upon developing or reporting predetermined results. 7. My compensation for completing this assignment is not contingent upon the development or reporting of a predetermined value or direction in value that favors the cause of the client, the amount of the value opinion, the attainment of a stipulated result, or the occurrence of a subsequent event directly related to the intended use of this study. 8. The reported analyses, opinions, and conclusions were developed, and this report has been prepared, in conformity with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice . 9. The use of this report is subject to the requirements of the Appraisal Institute relating to review by its duly authorized representatives. 10. I have made a personal inspection of the property that is the subject of this report. 11. No one provided significant real property appraisal assistance to the person(s) signing this certification other than those individuals having signed the attached report. Michael P. Berkowitz (NC State Certified General Real Estate Appraiser #A6169) (SC State Certified General Real Estate Appraiser #CG6277) July 26, 2021 Date (Rev: 06/18/12) Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 39 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 41 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC CERTIFICATION OF THE ANALYST I, Christopher B. Ferris, certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, 1. The statements of fact contained in this report are true and correct. 2. The reported analyses, opinions, and conclusions are limited only by the reported assumptions and limiting conditions and are my personal, impartial, and unbiased professional analyses, opinions, and conclusions. 3. I have no present or prospective interest in the property that is the subject of this report and no personal interest with respect to the parties involved. 4. I have performed no services, as an appraiser or in any other capacity, regarding the property that is the subject of this report within the three-year period immediately preceding acceptance of this assignment. 5. I have no bias with respect to the property that is the subject of this report or to the parties involved with this assignment. 6. My engagement in this assignment was not contingent upon developing or reporting predetermined results. 7. My compensation for completing this assignment is not contingent upon the development or reporting of a predetermined value or direction in value that favors the cause of the client, the amount of the value opinion, the attainment of a stipulated result, or the occurrence of a subsequent event directly related to the intended use of this study. 8. The reported analyses, opinions, and conclusions were developed, and this report has been prepared, in conformity with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice . 9. The use of this report is subject to the requirements of the Appraisal Institute relating to review by its duly authorized representatives. 10. I have made a personal inspection of the property that is the subject of this report. 11. No one provided significant real property appraisal assistance to the person(s) signing this certification other than those individuals having signed the attached report. Christopher B. Ferriss (NC State Certified General Real Estate Appraiser #A4445) July 26, 2021 Date (Rev: 06/18/12) Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 40 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 42 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 41 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 43 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC ASSUMPTIONS AND LIMITING CONDITIONS Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 42 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 44 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC ASSUMPTIONS AND LIMITING CONDITIONS Limit of Liability The liability of MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC and employees is limited to the client only and to the fee actually received by our firm. Further, there is no accountability, obligation, or liability to any third party. 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Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 43 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 45 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC Information Used No responsibility is assumed for accuracy of information furnished by or work of others, the client, his designee, or public records. We are not liable for such information or the work of subcontractors. The comparable data relied upon in this report has been confirmed with one or more parties familiar with the transaction or from affidavit or other sources thought reasonable; all are considered appropriate for inclusion to the best of our factual judgment and knowledge. An impractical and uneconomic expenditure of time would be required in attempting to furnish unimpeachable verification in all instances, particularly as to engineering and market-related information. 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The report is based on there being no hidden, unapparent, or apparent conditions of the property site, subsoil or structures or toxic materials which would render it more or less valuable. No Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 44 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 46 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC responsibility is assumed for any such conditions or for any expertise or engineering to discover them. All mechanical components are assumed to be in operable condition and status standard for properties of the subject type. Conditions of heating, cooling, ventilation, electrical, and plumbing equipment are considered to be commensurate with the condition of the balance of the improvements unless otherwise stated. We are not experts in this area, and it is recommended, if appropriate, the client obtain an inspection of this equipment by a qualified professional. If MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC has not been supplied with a termite inspection, survey or occupancy permit, no responsibility or representation is assumed or made for any costs associated with obtaining same or for any deficiencies discovered before or after they are obtained. No representation or warranties are made concerning obtaining the above mentioned items. MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC assumes no responsibility for any costs or consequences arising due to the need, or the lack of need, for flood hazard insurance. An agent for The Federal Flood Insurance Program should be contacted to determine the actual need for Flood Hazard Insurance. Legality of Use The report is based on the premise that there is full compliance with all applicable federal, state and local environmental regulations and laws unless otherwise stated in the report; further, that all applicable zoning, building and use regulations, and restrictions of all types have been complied with unless otherwise stated in the report. Further, it is assumed that all required licenses, consents, permits, or other legislative or administrative authority, local, state, federal and/or private entity or organization have been or may be obtained or renewed for any use considered in the value estimate. Component Values The distribution of the total valuation in this report between land and improvements applies only under the existing program of utilization. The separate valuations for land and building must not be used in conjunction with any other report and are invalid if so used. Auxiliary and Related Studies No environmental or impact studies, special market study or analysis, highest and best use analysis, study or feasibility study has been required or made unless otherwise specified in an agreement for services or in the report. Dollar Values, Purchasing Power The market value estimated and the costs used are as of the date of the estimate of value, unless otherwise indicated. All dollar amounts are based on the purchasing power and price of the dollar as of the date of the value estimate. Inclusions Furnishings and equipment or personal property or business operations, except as specifically indicated and typically considered as a part of real estate, have been disregarded with only the real estate being considered in the value estimate, unless otherwise stated. In some property types, business and real estate interests and values are combined. Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 45 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 47 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC Proposed Improvements, Special Value Improvements proposed, if any, onsite or offsite, as well as any repairs required, are considered for purposes of this report to be completed in a timely, good and workmanlike manner, according to information submitted and/or considered by MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC. In cases of proposed construction, the report is subject to change upon inspection of property after construction is completed. Value Change, Dynamic Market, Influences, Alteration of Estimate The estimated value, which is defined in the report, is subject to change with market changes over time. Value is highly related to exposure, time, promotional effort, terms, motivation, and conditions surrounding the offering. The value estimate considers the productivity and relative attractiveness of the property physically and economically in the marketplace. In cases of reports involving the capitalization of income benefits, the estimate of market value or investment value or value in use is a reflection of such benefits and MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC' interpretation of income and yields and other factors derived from general and specific client and market information. Such estimates are as of the date of the estimate of value; thus, they are subject to change as the market and value is naturally dynamic. The “estimate of market value” in the report is not based in whole or in part upon the race, color, or national origin of the present owners or occupants of the properties in the vicinity of the property appraised. Report and Value Estimate Report and value estimate are subject to change if physical or legal entity or financing differ from that envisioned in this report. Management of the Property It is assumed that the property which is the subject of this report will be under prudent and competent ownership and management. Hazardous Materials Unless otherwise stated in this report, the existence of hazardous substances, including without limitation, asbestos, polychlorinated biphenyls, petroleum leakage, or agricultural chemicals, which may or may not be present on the property, or other environmental conditions, were not called to the attention of nor did MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC become aware of such during their inspection. MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC had no knowledge of the existence of such materials on or in the property unless otherwise stated. MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC, however, is not qualified to test such substances or conditions. If the presence of such substances such as asbestos, urea formaldehyde foam insulation, or other hazardous substances or environmental conditions, may affect the value of the property, the value estimate is predicated on the assumption that there is no such condition on or in the property or in the proximity that it would cause a loss in value. No responsibility is assumed for any such conditions, nor for any expertise or engineering knowledge required to discover them. Soil and Subsoil Conditions Unless otherwise stated in this report, MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC does not warrant the soil or subsoil conditions for toxic or hazardous waste materials. Where any suspected materials might Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 46 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 48 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC be present, we have indicated in the report; however, MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC are not experts in this field and recommend appropriate engineering studies to monitor the presence or absence of these materials. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) “MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC has not made a specific compliance survey and analysis of this property to determine whether or not it is in conformity with the various detailed requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which became effective January 26, 1992. It is possible that a compliance survey of the property together with a detailed analysis of the requirements of the ADA could reveal that the property is not in compliance with one or more of the requirements of the Act. If so, this fact could have a negative effect upon the value of the property. Since MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC has no direct evidence relating to this issue, we did not consider possible non-compliance with the requirements of ADA in estimating the value of the property.” Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 47 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 49 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC Qualifications of the Analyst Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 48 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 50 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC QUALIFICATIONS OF THE ANALYST Michael P. Berkowitz MPB Real Estate, LLC, Inc. 1100 Sundance Drive Concord, North Carolina 28027 (704) 605-0595 EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS  Duke University Major: Economics 1985-1989  Central Piedmont Community College R-1 - Introduction to Real Estate Appraisal, 2002 R-2 - Valuation Principles and Procedures, 2002 R-3 - Applied Residential Property Valuation, 2002 G-1 - Introduction to Income Property Appraisal, 2003  Bob Ipock and Associates G-2 - Advanced Income Capitalization Procedures, 2003 G-3 - Applied Property Income Valuation 2004  Appraisal Institute 520 Highest and Best Use and Market Analysis, 2004 Seminar Rates, Multipliers and Ratios 2005 530 Advanced Sales Comparison and Cost Approaches 2006 Seminar Apartment Appraisal, Concepts & Applications 2009 Seminar Appraising Distresses Commercial Real Estate 2009 Seminar Appraising Convenience Stores 2011 Seminar Analyzing Operating Expenses 2011 AFFILIATIONS AND ACTIVITIES  Association Memberships North Carolina State Certified General Real Estate Appraiser, October 2006, Certificate No. A6169 RELATED EXPERIENCE  Provided real estate consulting services for a variety of clients including real estate brokers, property owners and financial planners  Performed financial feasibility studies for multiple property types including golf communities, and renovation projects.  Developed plan for self-contained communities.  Race Track expertise Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 49 IMPACT STUDY VALLEY BROOK ROAD, WILMINGTON, NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC Page 51 of 50 (NH-002) MPB REAL ESTATE, LLC APPRAISAL EXPERIENCE A partial list of types of properties appraised include: Retail Properties, Single and Multi-Tenant, Proposed and Existing Office Single and Multi-Tenant Proposed and Existing Mixed-Use Properties, Proposed and Existing Industrial Properties, Warehouse, Flex and Manufacturing Vacant Land Condemnation C-Stores Race Tracks CLIENTELE Bank of America Transylvania County Cabarrus County Mecklenburg County City of Statesville NC Department of Transportation Henry County, GA Town of Loudon, NH First Citizens Bank City of Charlotte City of Concord Union County BB & T Aegon USA Realty Advisors Sun Trust Bank First Charter Bank Regions Bank Charlotte Housing Authority Alliance Bank and Trust Broadway Bank Duke Energy Corporation Jim R. Funderburk, PLLC Hamilton, Fay, Moon, Stephens, Steele & Martin Senator Marshall A. Rauch Perry, Bundy, Plyler & Long, LLP Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson CSX Real Property Baucom, Clayton, Burton, Morgan & Wood, PA City of Mount Holly Our Towns Habitat for Humanity Parker, Poe, Adams & Bernstein, LLP Central Carolina Bank Southern Community Bank and Trust Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 10 - 50 PHOTO PRESENTATION Communications Tower Group LLC Wireless Communications Facility Documentation The proposed 130.0’ AGL Telecommunications Facility is to be located at or near 902 The Cape Blvd, Wilmington, NC 28412. The site coordinates are N 34° 04’ 22.77” W 77° 54’ 06.46” (34.072992°, -77.901794°). The site elevation is 7.4.0 ft AMSL. The stealth Concealment (Lamp Shade) style tower as simulated is at One Hundred and Thirty Feet (130 feet in height/ altitude) above ground at the centerline of the proposed tower facility location. Each of the Lamp Shade elements is 6 feet in diameter by 12 feet in height and spaced at 0 foot intervals. Michael P. SaMPair’S Technical GraPhicS ServiceS PROVIDING PROFESSIONAL SPECIALTY SERVICES TO THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY Page 1 of 18 • revision 20210725-2327Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 11 - 1 TOWER N CTG# NC 0010081 THE CAPE BLVD Wilmington, nC Page 2 of 18 • revision 20210725-2327Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 11 - 2 ¼ mile TOWER 1 2 3NV45 6 7NV 8 NV NV NV NV NV - Not Visible N 1 - Looking south by southwest towards site from St Vincent Dr across water treatment plant. (0.25mi) 2 - Looking southwest towards site from The Cape Blvd northeast of Golf Course. (0.18mi) 3 - No View. Looking north by northwest towards site from Valley Brook Rd at Fern Valley Dr. (0.23mi) 4 - Looking north by northwest towards site from Fern Valley Dr at Valley Brook Rd. (578ft, 0.11mi) 5 - Looking north by northwest towards site from Valley Brook Rd at west end of bridge near entrance to Telfair Forest. (360ft, 0.07mi) 6 - Looking northwest towards site from northwestern corner of Sea Castle Ct. (0.14mi) 7 - No View. Looking east by southeast towards site from Promontory Ct at Valley Brook rd. (0.18mi) 8 - Looking south by southeast towards site from The Cape Blvd near Tiara Dr across Golf Course. (0.19mi) NV = Not Visible CTG# NC 0010081 THE CAPE BLVD Wilmington, nC Page 3 of 18 • revision 20210725-2327Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 11 - 3 ¼ mile TOWER N CTG# NC 0010081 THE CAPE BLVD Wilmington, nC Page 4 of 18 • revision 20210725-2327Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 11 - 4 TOWER 1 N CTG# NC 0010081 THE CAPE BLVD Wilmington, nC VieW From loCation 1 Page 5 of 18 • revision 20210725-2327Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 11 - 5 TOWER 1 N CTG# NC 0010081 THE CAPE BLVD Wilmington, nC Simulated VieW From loCation 1 Page 6 of 18 • revision 20210725-2327Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 11 - 6 TOWER 2 N CTG# NC 0010081 THE CAPE BLVD Wilmington, nC VieW From loCation 2 Page 7 of 18 • revision 20210725-2327Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 11 - 7 TOWER 2 N CTG# NC 0010081 THE CAPE BLVD Wilmington, nC Simulated VieW From loCation 2 Page 8 of 18 • revision 20210725-2327Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 11 - 8 TOWER 3NV NV-Not Visible N CTG# NC 0010081 THE CAPE BLVD Wilmington, nC VieW From loCation 3 Page 9 of 18 • revision 20210725-2327Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 11 - 9 TOWER 4 N CTG# NC 0010081 THE CAPE BLVD Wilmington, nC VieW From loCation 4 Page 10 of 18 • revision 20210725-2327Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 11 - 10 TOWER 4 N CTG# NC 0010081 THE CAPE BLVD Wilmington, nC Simulated VieW From loCation 4 Page 11 of 18 • revision 20210725-2327Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 11 - 11 TOWER 5 N CTG# NC 0010081 THE CAPE BLVD Wilmington, nC VieW From loCation 5 Page 12 of 18 • revision 20210725-2327Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 11 - 12 TOWER 5 N CTG# NC 0010081 THE CAPE BLVD Wilmington, nC Simulated VieW From loCation 5 Page 13 of 18 • revision 20210725-2327Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 11 - 13 TOWER 6 N CTG# NC 0010081 THE CAPE BLVD Wilmington, nC VieW From loCation 6 Page 14 of 18 • revision 20210725-2327Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 11 - 14 TOWER 6 N CTG# NC 0010081 THE CAPE BLVD Wilmington, nC Simulated VieW From loCation 6 Page 15 of 18 • revision 20210725-2327Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 11 - 15 TOWER 7NV NV-Not Visible N CTG# NC 0010081 THE CAPE BLVD Wilmington, nC VieW From loCation 7 Page 16 of 18 • revision 20210725-2327Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 11 - 16 TOWER 8 N CTG# NC 0010081 THE CAPE BLVD Wilmington, nC VieW From loCation 8 Page 17 of 18 • revision 20210725-2327Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 11 - 17 TOWER 8 N CTG# NC 0010081 THE CAPE BLVD Wilmington, nC Simulated VieW From loCation 8 Page 18 of 18 • revision 20210725-2327Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 11 - 18 PROPOSED SITE PLAN Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 12 - 1 PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : B 7/ 1 5 / 2 1 RE V I S I O N T- 1 SCOPE OF WORKPROPOSED WORK WILL CON S I S T O F P R E P A R A T I O N A N D I N S T A L L A T I O N O F CELLULAR COMMUNICATION C O M P O U N D . C O N S I S T I N G O F G R A D I N G S I T E WORK AND POURING OF CO N C R E T E F O U N D A T I O N S F O R C E L L U L A R EQUIPMENT & TOWER WHERE A L L W O R K S H A L L B E C O N T A I N E D W I T H I N SUBJECT PROPERTY LINES.CODESALL CONSTRUCTION SPECIFIE D O N D O C U M E N T S S U B M I T T E D F O R B U I L D I N G PERMIT SHALL COMPLY WITH T H E R E Q U I R E M E N T S O F T H E F O L L O W I N G & ALL WORK SHALL BE PERFORM E D I N A C C O R D A N C E W I T H C U R R E N T EDITIONS OF THE FOLLOWING C O D E S A S A D O P T E D B Y T H E L O C A L GOVERNING AUTHORITIES :·2018 INTERNATIONAL BU I L D I N G C O D E W / N C A M E N D M E N T S ·2018 INTERNATIONAL FIR E C O D E W / N C A M E N D M E N T S ·2018 INTERNATIONAL PLU M B I N G C O D E W / N C A M E N D M E N T S ·2018 INTERNATIONAL ME C H A N I C A L C O D E W / N C A M E N D M E N T S ·2009 INTERNATIONAL EN E R G Y C O N S E R V A T I O N C O D E ·2017 NATIONAL ELECTRIC A L C O D E - N F P A 7 0 ·TIA-222-G·TIA-1019-ASITE DESIGN SUMMARY:··WIND LOAD DESIGN : 90 / 1 2 0 mp h ··EXPOSURE CATEGO R Y : II ··OCCUPANCY: U ··CONSTRUCTION TYP E : II - A ·FACILITY IS UNMANNED A N D N O T F O R H U M A N H A B I T A T I O N . HANDICAP ACCESS IS N O T R E Q U I R E D . ·FACILITY HAS NO SANITA R Y O R P O T A B L E W A T E R ·THERE IS "NO EMERGENC Y R E S P O N S E E Q U I P M E N T O N T H E T O W E R A N D EXISTING &/OR PROPOSE D E Q U I P M E N T W I L L N O T I N T E R F E R E W I T H COUNTY EMERGENCY C O M M U N I C A T I O N S A N D T H A T , I F S U C H , INTERFERENCE IS FOUND T O E X I S T , T H E N A P P L I C A N T W I L L T A K E WHATEVER STEPS NECES S A R Y T O C O R R E C T I N T E R F E R E N C E . " FEMA PANEL:THIS SITE IS IN A SPECIAL FLOO D H A Z A R D A N D L A B E L E D Z O N E " X S H A D E D " W/ 0.2% CHANCE OF FLOOD H A Z A R D , A S S H O W N P E R F I R M P A N E L : 3720313200K. DATED: 08/28/2 0 1 8 SI T E N A M E : TH E C A P E B L V D SI T E N U M B E R : CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 DE S C R I P T I O N : NE W S I T E D E V E L O P M E N T 13 0 ' M O N O P O L E T O W E R PROPERTY OWNER:SOUTHEASTERN ENTERPRISES, INC1202 LAKE PARK BLV NCAROLINA BEACH, NC 28428APPLICATION:COMMUNICATIONS TOWER GROUP (CTG)15720 BRIXHAM HILL AVE. SUITE 300CHARLOTTE, NC 28277BRAD LAGANO(E)blagano.ctowergroup.com(P)704-992-7522REAL ESTATE:COMMUNICATIONS TOWER GROUP (CTG)15720 BRIXHAM HILL AVE. SUITE 300CHARLOTTE, NC 28277TERRY THOMAS(E)tthomas@ctowergroup.com(P)727-254-7458ENGINEERING:P. MARSHALL & ASSOCIATES3545 WHITEHALL PARK DRIVE SUITE 450CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA 28273TREVOR MCALLISTER(E)tmcallister@pmass.com(P)478-542-3291 N E A R E S T S I T E A D D R E S S : 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 S I T E L A T I T U D E ( N A D 8 3 ) : 34 ° 0 4 ' 2 2 . 7 7 " ( 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 ° ) S I T E L O N G I T U D E ( N A D 8 3 ) : -7 7 ° 5 4 ' 0 6 . 4 6 " ( - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 ° ) G N D E L E V A T I O N ( N A V D 8 8 ) : 7. 4 ' A M S L T O W E R H G H T ( A G L . ) : 13 0 . 0 ' J U R I S D I C T I O N : NE W H A N O V E R C O U N T Y P A R C E L I D : R0 8 5 0 0 - 0 0 2 - 0 7 0 - 0 0 0 ZO N I N G : R- 1 5 A C R E A G E ( B U A ) : 25 9 , 1 8 2 S Q F T . ( 5 . 9 5 A C R E S ) (E ) I M P E R V I O U S S U R F A C E : 0 S Q F T . (P ) I M P E R V I O U S S U R F A C E : CO M P O U N D @ 1 0 , 0 0 0 S Q F T + D R I V E @ 2 , 7 2 5 . 0 8 7 S Q F T . = 1 2 , 7 2 5 . 0 8 7 S Q F T . UT I L I T I E S : PO W E R C O M P A N Y : NA FI B E R C O M P A N Y : NA CALL BEFOREYOU DIGN. CAROLINAONE-CALL 811http://www.nc811.com/ TI T L E S H E E T PROJECT DIRECTORY LOCATION MAPPROJECT SUMMARY SI T E S U M M A R Y CALL BEFORE YOU DIG SH E E T I N D E X T- 1 TI T L E S H E E T T- 2 GE N E R A L N O T E S C- 1 OV E R A L L S I T E P L A N C- 2 EN L A R G E D S I T E P L A N C- 3 CO M P O U N D P L A N C- 4 TO W E R E L E V A T I O N C- 5 CO N S T R U C T I O N D E T A I L S - A C C E S S C- 6 CO N S T R U C T I O N D E T A I L S - F E N C E C- 7 CO N S T R U C T I O N D E T A I L S - C O M P O U N D C- 8 SI G N D E T A I L S C- 9 GR A D I N G N O T E S & D E T A I L S C- 1 0 GR A D I N G N O T E S & D E T A I L S C- 1 1 GR A D I N G & E R O S I O N C O N T R O L P L A N C- 1 2 LA N D S C A P I N G P L A N E- 1 EL E C T R I C A L N O T E S E- 2 EL E C T R I C A L O N E - L I N E E- 3 GR O U N D I N G P L A N E- 4 EL E C T R I C A L D E T A I L S SU P P L E M E N T A L S H E E T - SU R V E Y T- 1 A AP P E N D I X B S H E E T S T- 1 B AP P E N D I X B S H E E T S Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 1 PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : T- 1 A AP P E N D I X B SH E E T S PM&A; TREVOR McALLISTER 678 2802325P. MARSHALL & ASSOCIATES P. MARSHALL & ASSOCIATES PATRICK MARSHALL 024136 678 280-2325 NEW HANOVER 902 THE CAPE BLVD WILMINGTON, NC CTG RAW-LAND MONOPOLE - THE CAPE BLVD-NC-0010081 N / A N O T A B U I L D I N G P. MARSHALL & ASSOCIATES TREVOR MCALLISTER 478 542-329 TMCALLISTER@PM A S S . C O M 28412Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 5 PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : T- 1 B AP P E N D I X B SH E E T S N/ANOT A BUILDING N / A NOT A B U I L D I N G N / A N O T A B U I L D I N G N/ANOT A BUILDING N / A NOT A B U I L D I N G N / A N O T A B U I L D I N G Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 6 PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : T- 2 GE N E R A L N O T E S & AN D AM S L AV E R A G E A B O V E ME A N S E A L E V E L BT M . BO T T O M ℄ CE N T E R L I N E CO N C . CO N C R E T E CO N T . CO N T I N O U S C. J . CO N T R O L J O I N T DI A . DI A M E T E R (E ) EX I S T I N G EL . EL E V A T I O N E. S . EA C H S I D E E. W . EA C H W A Y FF I FL A N G E F A C I N G IN S I D E FF O FL A N G E F A C I N G OU T S I D E FT . FE E T F. V . FI E L D V E R I F Y GA L V . GA L V A N I Z E D HO R I Z . HO R I Z O N T A L IN . IN C H LF P LE G F A C I N G O U T S I D E LL V D LO N G L E G V E R T I C A L DO W N LL V U LO N G L E G V E R T I C A L UP MA X . MA X I M U M MF R . MA N U F A C T U R E R MI N . MI N I M U M MP H MI L E S P E R H O U R O. C . ON C E N T E R (P ) PR O P O S E D RE I N F . RE I N F O R C E RE Q ' D RE Q U I R E D SI M . SI M I L A R ST D . ST A N D A R D ST L . ST E E L TY P . TY P I C A L UN O UN L E S S N O T E D OT H E R W I S E VE R T . VE R T I C A L VL D VE R T I C A L L E G D O W N VL U VE R T I C A L L E G U P W/ WI T H GENERAL NOTES AB B R E V I A T I O N K E Y 1.THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR MUST VERIFY ALL EXISTING & PROPOSEDDIMENSIONS, CONDITIONS, AND ELEVATIONS BEFORE STARTING WORK.ALL DISCREPANCIES SHALL BE CALLED TO THE ATTENTION OF THEENGINEER AND SHALL BE RESOLVED BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THEWORK. ALL WORK SHALL BE PERFORMED IN A WORKMANLIKE MANNERIN ACCORDANCE WITH ACCEPTED CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES.2.IT IS THE INTENTION OF THESE DRAWINGS TO SHOW THE COMPLETEDINSTALLATION. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALLTEMPORARY BRACING, SHORING, TIES, FORM WORK, ETC., INACCORDANCE WITH ALL NATIONAL, STATE, AND LOCAL ORDINANCES,TO SAFELY EXECUTE ALL WORK AND SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SAME.ALL WORK SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL CODES.3.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL USE ADEQUATE NUMBER OF SKILLEDWORKMEN WHO ARE THOROUGHLY TRAINED AND EXPERIENCED IN THENECESSARY CRAFTS AND WHO ARE 3. COMPLETELY FAMILIAR WITH THESPECIFIED REQUIREMENTS AND METHODS NEEDED FOR PROPERPERFORMANCE OF THE WORK.4.CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR AGREES THAT IN ACCORDANCE WITHGENERALLY ACCEPTED CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES, CONSTRUCTIONCONTRACTOR WILL BE REQUIRED TO ASSUME SOLE AND COMPLETERESPONSIBILITY FOR JOB SITE CONDITIONS DURING THE COURSE OFCONSTRUCTION OF THE PROJECT, INCLUDING THE SAFETY OF ALLPERSONS AND PROPERTY. THAT THIS REQUIREMENT SHALL BE MADE TOAPPLY CONTINUOUSLY AND NOT BE LIMITED TO NORMAL WORKINGHOURS AND PRIME CONTRACTOR FURTHER AGREES TO INDEMNIFY ANDHOLD DESIGN ENGINEER HARMLESS FROM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY, REALOR ALLEGED, IN CONNECTION WITH PERFORMANCE OF WORK ON THISPROJECT.5.SITE GROUNDING SHALL COMPLY WITH ENERGY GROUNDINGSTANDARDS, LATEST VERSION. WHEN NATIONAL AND LOCALGROUNDING CODES ARE MORE STRINGENT, THEY 5. SHALL GOVERN.GROUNDING SHALL BE COMPLETED BEFORE ERECTION OF A NEWTOWER.6.ALL WORK SHALL COMPLY WITH OSHA AND STATE SAFETYREQUIREMENTS. PROCEDURES FOR THE PROTECTION OF EXCAVATIONS,EXISTING CONSTRUCTION, AND UTILITIES 6. SHALL BE ESTABLISHED PRIORTO FOUNDATION INSTALLATION. IF TEMPORARY LIGHTING ANDMARKING IS REQUIRED BY THE FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION(FAA), IT IS THE CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO MAINTAIN THENECESSARY LIGHTS AND NOTIFY THE PROPER AUTHORITIES IN THE EVENTOF A PROBLEM.7.ALL WORK SHALL BE ACCOMPLISHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALLLOCAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL CODES OR ORDINANCES. THE MOSTSTRINGENT CODE WILL APPLY IN THE CASE OF DISCREPANCIES ORDIFFERENCES IN THE CODE REQUIREMENTS.8.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL RESTORE ALL PROPERTY TO IT'SPRE-CONSTRUCTION CONDITIONS TO THE OWNER'S SATISFACTION. ANYDAMAGE TO ADJACENT PROPERTIES WILL BE CORRECTED AT THECONTRACTOR'S EXPENSE. THE CONTRACTOR IS TO PROTECT ALLEXISTING PROPERTY LINE MONUMENTATION, STRUCTURES, UTILITIES. ANYDAMAGE SHALL BE REPAIRED OR REPLACED AT THE CONTRACTOR'SEXPENSE UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF A REGISTERED SURVEYOR ORENGINEER.9.THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING AMPLE NOTICE TOTHE BUILDING INSPECTION DEPARTMENT TO SCHEDULE THE REQUIREDINSPECTIONS. A MINIMUM OF 24 9. HOURS OF NOTICE SHOULD BEGIVEN THE BUILDING INSPECTION DEPARTMENTS HAVE REQUESTED THATGROUPS OF TWO OR THREE SITES BE SCHEDULED AT ONE TIME IFPOSSIBLE.10.THE COMPLETE BID PACKA G E I N C L U D E S T H E S E C O N S T R U C T I O N DRAWINGS ALONG WITH T H E S P E C I F I C A T I O N S A N D T O W E R DRAWINGS/ANALYSIS. CO N T R A C T O R I S 1 0 . R E S P O N S I B L E F O R R E V I E W OF THE TOTAL BID PACKAG E P R I O R T O B I D S U B M I T T A L . I T S H A L L B E T H E CONTRACTOR'S RESPONS I B I L I T Y T O E X A M I N E A L L D R A W G I N S & SPECIFICATIONS AND TO C O O R D I N A T E H I S W O R K W I T H T H E W O R K O F ALL OTHER TO ENSURE THA T W O R K P R O G R E S S I O N I S I N T E R R U P T E D A N D DOES NOT INTERRUPT THE P R O P E R T Y O W N E R ' S O P E R A T I O N S A T A N Y TIME.11. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL V E R I F Y L O C A T I O N S O F A L L E X I S T I N G U T I L I T I E S WITHIN THE CONSTRUCTIO N L I M I T S P R I O R T O C O N S T R U C T I O N . A L L CONNECTIONS TO EXISTIN G S Y S T E M S S H A L L B E C O O R D I N A T E D W I T H T H E OWNER OR OWNER'S REP R E S E N T A T I V E A N D T H E U T I L I T Y C O M P A N Y P R I O R TO EACH CONNECTION.12.THE CONTRACTOR IS RESP O N S I B L E F O R M A I N T A I N I N G P O S I T I V E DRAINAGE ON THE SITE AT A L L T I M E S . S I L T A N D E R O S I O N C O N T R O L SHALL BE MAINTAINED ON T H E 1 2 . D O W N S T R E A M S I D E O F T H E S I T E A T ALL TIMES. ANY DAMAGE T O A D J A C E N T P R O P E R T I E S W I L L B E CORRECTED AT THE CONT R A C T O R ' S E X P E N S E . 13.CLEARING OF TREES AND V E G E T A T I O N O N T H E S I T E S H O U L D B E K E P T T O A MINIMUM. ONLY THE TRE E S N E C E S S A R Y F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N O F T H E FACILITIES SHALL BE REMO V E D . A N Y D A M A G E T O P R O P E R T Y O U T S I D E THE LEASED PROPERTY SHA L L B E R E P A I R E D B Y T H E C O N T R A C T O R . 14.ALL SUITABLE BORROW MA T E R I A L F O R B A C K F I L L O F T H E S I T E S H A L L B E INCLUDED IN THE BID. EXC E S S T O P S O I L A N D U N S U I T A B L E M A T E R I A L SHALL BE DISPOSED OF OF F S I T E A T L O C A T I O N S A P P R O V E D B Y GOVERNING AGENCIES P R I O R T O D I S P O S A L . 15.SEEDING AND MULCHING O F T H E S I T E W I L L B E A C C O M P L I S H E D A S S O O N AS POSSIBLE AFTER COMP L E T I O N O F T H E S I T E D E V E L O P M E N T . T H E CONTRACTOR IS RESPONS I B L E F O R P R O V I D I N G A N D M A I N T A I N I N G A N ADEQUATE COVER OF VE G E T A T I O N O V E R T H E S I T E F O R A O N E Y E A R PERIOD.16.RECORD DRAWINGS: MAI N T A I N A R E C O R D O F A L L C H A N G E S , SUBSTITUTIONS, ETC., BETW E E N T H E W O R K A S S P E C I F I E D A N D I N S T A L L E D . RECORD CHANGES ON A C L E A N S E T O F C O N T R A C T D R A W I N G S W H I C H SHALL BE TURNED OVER TO T H E C O N S T R U C T I O N M A N A G E R U P O N COMPLETION OF THE PRO J E C T . 17. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL O B T A I N A N D P A Y F O R A L L R E Q U I R E D LICENSES, FEES, INSPECTIO N S , E T C . B U I L D I N G P E R M I T S W I L L B E O B T A I N E D BY CONTRACTOR & PAID F O R B Y T H E C O U N T Y . 18.CONTRACTOR SHALL KEEP T H E P R O J E C T S I T E F R E E F R O M ACCUMULATION OF WAS T E M A T E R I A L S & R U B B I S H A T A L L T I M E S D U R I N G CONSTRUCTION PERIOD & S H A L L R E M O V E . A L L W A S T E M A T E R I A L S & RUBBISH FROM PROJECT S I T E A T T H E C O M P L E T I O N O F W O R K , E X C E P T THOSE SPECIFICALLY REQU I R E D B Y T H E C O N T R A C T D O C U M E N T S T O B E LEFT FOR THE OWNER'S MA I N T E N A N C E . C O N S T R U C T I O N W A S T E M A Y NEITHER BE BURNED NOR B U R I E D A N D M U S T B E T A K E N T O A N A P P R O V E D LANDFILL AT CONTRACTO R E X P E N S E . 19.SECURITY TO THE SITE SHAL L B E M A I N T A I N E D A T A L L T I M E S . 20.CONTRACTOR IS RESPONS I B L E F O R T H E C O N D I T I O N O F T H E A L L CABINETS AND /OR SHELT E R D U R I N G A N D A F T E R C O N S T R U C T I O N . CABINETS AND /OR SHELT E R S S H A L L N O T B E U S E D F O R S T O R A G E O F TOOLS, CONSTRUCTION M A T E R I A L O R E Q U I P M E N T . C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L ENSURE THE CABINETS AND / O R S H E L T E R S I S C L E A N E D A T T H E CONCLUSION OF CONSTR U C T I O N . S H E L T E R F L O O R S S H A L L B E C L E A N E D , WAXED AND BUFFED TO S H I N E . GENERAL NOTESBoard of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 7 130'-0" 659'-7" 130'-0" 40 7 ' - 1 1 " PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : B 7/ 1 5 / 2 1 RE V I S I O N C- 1 OV E R A L L SI T E P L A N 1.SITE PLAN SHOWN WAS TAKEN FROM SURVEY INFORMATION PROVIDED BY POINT TO POINT LAND S U R V E Y O R S , I N C . C O N T R A C T O R T O V E R I F Y A L L E X I S T I N G I N F O R M A T I O N I S I N D I C A T E D ON SITE PLAN. CONTRACTOR IS TO ESTABLISH THE EXISTENCE AND LOCATION OF ALL EXISTING UND E R G R O U N D A N D O V E R H E A D U T I L I T I E S . I M M E D I A T E L Y N O T I F Y T H E C O N S T R U C T I O N MANAGER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES.2.PARCEL DATA SHOWN WAS TAKEN FROM INFORMATION PROVIDED BY POINT TO POINT LAND SURV E Y O R S , I N C & N E W H A N O V E R C O U N T Y G I S , P R O P E R T Y I N F O R M A T I O N R E S E A R C H WEB SITE.3.EXISTING WETLANDS ON SITE DESIGNATED AS FRESHWATER FORESTED/SHRUB WETLAND (PFO4Bd)4.ALL CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY MUST BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ACCEPTED POLICIES BY NORTH C A R O L I N A S T A T E C O D E . 5.PROPOSED ROUTES ARE SHOWN AS SCHEMATIC.6.HAND DIG ALL EXISTING UTILITIES DEEPER THAN 12" TO LOCATE GENERAL NOTES GR A P H I C S C A L E NO R T H A R R O W W N E MP A&S 00 ' SC A L E : 1 " = 1 0 0 ' ZONE "X" (AREA OF MINIMAL FLOOD HAZARD)SUBJECT PARENT PARCELSOUTHEASTERN ENTERPRISES INC . PARCEL ID: R08500-002-070-000ZONE: R-15ACRE: 5.95 VA L L E Y B R O O K R O A D ( 6 0 ' P R I V A T E R / W ) TELFAIR SUMMIT HOA INC.PARCEL ID: R08500-002-071-000ZONE: R-15ACRE: 5.54 SO U T H E A S T E R N E N T E R P R I S E S I N C . PA R C E L I D : R 0 8 5 0 0 - 0 0 2 - 1 1 4 - 0 0 0 ZO N E : R - 1 5 AC R E : 2 . 9 7 10 0 ' 10 0 ' CR E S S L O U I S H E T A L PA R C E L I D : R 0 8 5 1 0 - 0 0 7 - 0 2 1 - 0 0 0 ZO N E : R - 1 5 AC R E : 0 . 3 6 CO O K T E D E K A T H L E E N M PA R C E L I D : R 0 8 5 1 0 - 0 0 7 - 0 2 0 - 0 0 0 ZO N E : R - 1 5 AC R E : 0 . 3 4 BR E W S T E R J A C K R R I T A A N N RE V T R U S T PA R C E L I D : R 0 8 5 1 0 - 0 0 7 - 0 1 9 - 0 0 0 ZO N E : R - 1 5 AC R E : 0 . 3 2 GR I C Z E W I C Z C A I T L I N S T E P H E N A RI E S PA R C E L I D : R 0 8 5 1 0 - 0 0 7 - 0 1 8 - 0 0 0 ZO N E : R - 1 5 AC R E : 0 . 3 5 SO U T H E R N D E S T I N Y L L C PA R C E L I D : R 0 8 5 0 0 - 0 0 2 - 0 2 9 - 0 0 2 ZO N E : R - 1 5 AC R E : 3 2 . 7 6 PR O P O S E D 2 5 ' L A N D S C A P E BU F F E R / T R E E P R E S E R V A T I O N A R E A PROPOSE D 1 0 0 ' x 1 0 0 ' COMPOUND/ L E A S E A R E A PR O P O S E D M O N O P O L E PR O P O S E D 3 0 ' UTILITY/AC C E S S / F I B E R EA S E M E N T SU B J E C T PA R E N T P A R C E L AD J A C E N T PA R C E L L I N E 13 0 ' T O W E R F A L L Z O N E EXISTINGWETLANDS(PF04Bd)EXISTING TREELINE (TYP.)FLOOD ZONE KEY 15" CMP (END BURRIED)LIGHT POLE &TELCO (TYP.)ZONE "AE" (BASE FLOOD ELEVATION 9')SHADED ZONE "X" (0.2% ANNUAL CHANCE FLOOD HAZARD)FLOOD PLAIN LINE (TYP.)Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 8 X X PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : C- 2 EN L A R G E D SI T E P L A N GR A P H I C S C A L E NO R T H A R R O W W N E MP A&S 00 ' SC A L E : 1 " = 3 0 ' 30 ' 30 ' PR O P O S E D 8 ' CH A I N - L I N K E D F E N C E PROPOSED 12' GATE PR O P O S E D 1 3 0 ' MO N O P O L E T O W E R PROPOSED 12'GRAVEL DRIVE SEE FENCE ELEVATION & SIGN SHEET (TYP.) H I ACDEGBJPROPOSED 30' ACCESS/UTILITY/FIBER EASEMENTPROPOSED 20'SWING GATEVALLEY BROOK ROAD (60' PRIVATE R/W)EXISTING15" CMP(END BURRIED) EX I S T I N G L I G H T PO L E & T E L C O ( T Y P . ) EX I S T I N G P L A N T E D TR E E S ( T Y P . ) EX I S T I N G TR E E L I N E PR O P O S E D 2 5 ' LA N D S C A P E B U F F E R / T R E E PR E S E R V A T I O N A R E A SUBJECT PARENT PARCEL PR O P O S E D 6 " O F # 5 7 S T O N E ON G E O S Y N T H E T I C F A B R I C Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 9 100'-0" C O M P O U N D / L E A S E A R E A 100'-0" COMPOUND/ LEASE AREA 50'-0" 25'-0" TYP. 50 ' - 0 " ELEC ELEC ELECELECELECELECELECELECELECELECELECELECELEC PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : C- 3 NO R T H A R R O W W N E M P A&S GE N E R A L N O T E S GR A P H I C S C A L E 00 ' SC A L E : 1 " = 2 0 ' 20 ' 20 ' C O M P O U N D PL A N 1. AL L M A T E R I A L A N D E Q U I P M E N T F U R N I S H E D S H A L L B E N E W A N D O F GO O D Q U A L I T Y . F R E E F R O M F A U L T S A N D D E F E C T S A N D I N CO N F O R M A N C E W I T H T H E C O N T R A C T D O C U M E N T S . A N Y SU B S T I T U T I O N S M U S T B E P R O P E R L Y A P P R O V E D A N D A U T H O R I Z E D I N WR I T I N G B Y T H E O W N E R A N D E N G I N E E R P R I O R T O I N S T A L L A T I O N . CO N T R A C T O R S H A L L F U R N I S H S A T I S F A C T O R Y E V I D E N C E A S T O T H E KI N D O F Q U A L I T Y O F M A T E R I A L A N D E Q U I P M E N T B E I N G S U B S T I T U T E D . 2. AC C E S S T O P R O P O S E D W O R K S I T E M A Y B E R E S T R I C T E D . T H E CO N T R A C T O R S H A L L C O O R D I N A T E I N T E N D E D C O N S T R U C T I O N AC T I V I T Y , I N C L U D I N G W O R K S C H E D U L E A N D M A T E R I A L S A C C E S S W I T H TH E L E A S I N G A G E N T F O R A P P R O V A L . 3. CO N T R A C T O R S H A L L H A V E P R E S E N T O N S I T E C U R R E N T C A R R I E R SU P P L I E D I N F O R M A T I O N P R I O R T O C O M M E N C E O F W O R K ; I E . R F D S , DE S I G N D O C U M E N T S S P E C I F I C T O S I T E A N D C O N F I G U R A T I O N . N O T I F Y CO N S T R U C T I O N M A N A G E R O F A N Y D I S C R E P A N C Y P R I O R T O A R R I V A L AT S I T E . 4. AL L H A R D W A R E A S S E M B L Y M A N U F A C T U R E R ' S I N S T R U C T I O N S H A L L B E FO L L O W E D E X A C T L Y A N D S H A L L S U P E R S E D E A N Y C O N F L I C T I N G N O T E S EN C L O S E D H E R E I N . 5. AL L D A M A G E T O E X I S T I N G U N D E R G R O U N D , O V E R H E A D O B S T A C L E S AN D / O R E X I S T I N G E Q U I P M E N T , P A D O R S H E L T E R S S H A L L B E R E P L A C E D BA C K T O F U L L O R I G I N A L O R B E T T E R C O N D I T I O N & S H A L L M A T C H EX I S T I N G C O N D I T I O N S B Y R E P A I R S A T G E N E R A L C O N T R A C T O R EX P E N S E . 6. TH E E X I S T I N G T R E E S A N D V E G E T A T I O N A R E S U F F I C I E N T , U N O , T O PR O V I D E T H E R E Q U I R E D S C R E E N I N G P E R L O C A L O R D I N A N C E . I F T H E VE G E T A T I O N I S R E M O V E D O R D A M A G E D , N E W L A N D S C A P I N G / SC R E E N I N G W I L L B E I N S T A L L E D T O M E E T L O C A L O R D I N A N C E RE Q U I R E M E N T S . PROPOSED 6" OF #57 STONEON GEOSYNTHETIC FABRICEXISTING TREE LINE (TYP.)PROPOSED 6'-0" CARRIER MULTI-GANGPOWER METER & TELCO DEMARC.CONNECT SUPPLY CONDUITS 5'-0"OUTSIDE OF FENCE LINE. COORDINATEWITH LOCAL UTILITY COMPANYREGARDING FINAL SERVICECONNECTION.PROPOSED 30' ACCESS/UTILITY/FIBER EASEMENT. CLEAREXISTING TREE LINE FOR ACCESS.PROPOSED UNDERGROUND 3" SCH. 40 PVC CONDUIT FROMPROPOSED 4-GANG METER ON H-FRAME. CAP OPEN CONDUITWATER TIGHT PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. COORDINATE WITHLOCAL UTILITY COMPANY REGARDING FINAL SERVICECONNECTION. PR O P O S E D C A R R I E R LE A S E A R E A ( T Y P . O F 3 ) PROPOSED 12'GRAVEL DRIVE PR O P O S E D 8 ' CH A I N - L I N K E D F E N C E 12' CHAIN-LINKEDFENCE18'X9'12'X2 0 ' 15 ' X 1 0 ' PR O P O S E D 2 5 ' LA N D S C A P E B U F F E R / T R E E PR E S E R V A T I O N A R E A Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 10 PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : B 7/ 1 5 / 2 1 RE V I S I O N C- 4 GE N E R A L N O T E S 1. RE F E R T O T O W E R S T R U C T U R A L A N A L Y S I S F O R P R O P O S E D A N T E N N A CA B L E L O A D I N G D E T A I L S 2. TO W E R E L E V A T I O N S H O W N I S N O T D R A W N T O S C A L E A N D I S O N L Y IN T E N D E D F O R R E F E R E N C E P U R P O S E S . R E F E R T O O R I G I N A L T O W E R DE S I G N F O R A D D I T I O N A L I N F O R M A T I O N . 3. AL L T O W E R D I M E N S I O N S S H A L L B E V E R I F I E D W I T H T H E P L A N S P R I O R T O CO M M E N C I N G C O N S T R C T I O N . N O T I F Y T H E E N G I N E E R I M M E D I A T E L Y I F AN Y D I S C R E P A N C I E S A R E D I S C O V E R E D . 4. AL L H A R D W A R E A S S E M B L E M A N U F A C T U R E R ' S I N S T R U C T I O N S S H A L L B E FO L L O W E D E X A C T L Y A N D S H A L L S U P E R S E D E A N Y C O N F L I C T I N G N O T E S EN C L O S E D H E R E I N . 5. AL L M A T E R I A L S A N D E Q U I P M E N T F U R N I S H E D S H A L L B E N E W A N D O F GO O D Q U A L I T Y , F R E E F R O M F A U L T S A N D D E F E C T S A N D I N CO N F O R M A N C E W I T H T H E C O N T R A C T D O C U M E N T S . A N Y A N D A L L SU B S T I T U T I O N S M U S T B E P R O P E R L Y A P P R O V E D A N D A U T H O R I Z E D I N WR I T I N G B U T H E O W N E R A N D E N G I N E E R P R I O R T O I N S T A L L A T I O N . CO N T R A C T O R S H A L L F U R N I S H S A T I S F A C T O R Y E V I D E N C A S T O T H E K I N D OF Q U A L I T Y O F T H E M A T E R I A L S A N D E Q U I P M E N T B E I N G S U B S T I T U T E D . FI N I S H N O T E S : TO W E R - GA L V A N I Z E D TO W E R M O U N T S - GA L V A N I Z E D AN T E N N A - NE U T R A L ( M A N U F A C T U R E R F I N I S H ) FO U N D A T I O N S - UN P A I N T E D C O N C R E T E IC E B R I D G E - GA L V A N I Z E D CA B L E S - BL A C K BA S E C A B I N E T S / E Q U I P M E N T - NE U T R A L ( M A N U F A C T U R E R F I N I S H ) TO W E R EL E V A T I O N PROPOSED TOWER HEIGHT 130'-0" A.G.L.TOP OF APPURTENANCES 130'-0" A.G.L. CA R R I E R C E N T E R L I N E 12 4 ' - 0 " PR O P O S E D MO N O P O L E T O W E R FU T U R E A N T E N N A S BY O T H E R S ( T Y P ) CA R R I E R C E N T E R L I N E 11 2 ' - 0 " CA R R I E R C E N T E R L I N E 10 0 ' - 0 " T/ G R A D E 0' - 0 " 6' x 1 2 ' F R P A N T E N N A CO N C E A L M E N T S H A D E ( T Y P . O F 3 ) Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 11 PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : C- 5 EXISTING GRADEPROPOSED V-LINE DITCH LINED WITHSOD TO RUN ALONG SIDE OF ACCESSROAD AS NEEDED (5:1 MAX SIDE SLOPES)PROPOSED SUBG R A D E COMPACTED TO 9 5 % STANDARD PRO C T O R PR O P O S E D 2 0 M I L . L I G H T W E I G H T W O V E N S L I T FI L M P O L Y P R O P Y L E N E G E O S Y N E T H I C F A B R I C (5 0 0 X M I R A F I G E O T E X T I L E O R E Q U A L ) PR O P O S E D 4 " # 3 S T O N E C R U S H E R R U N ( 3 " T O 4 " ST O N E W I T H F I N E S A N D D U S T , F R E E O F D E B R I S & OR G A N I C M A T E R I A L ) C O M P A C T T O 8 0 % P R O C T O R BO R R O W E D E X C A V A T I O N CO M P A C T E D T O 9 5 % P R O C T O R . PR O P O S E D 2 " F I N I S H L A Y E R OF R O L L E D # 5 7 S T O N E 5:15:1 FEATHER & SOD SLOPEAWAY FROM ACCESS DRIVE 2% S L O P E 12 ' - 0 " 30 ' - 0 " U T I L I T Y / A C C E S S E A S E M E N T 4' - 0 " ( T Y P . ) 2% S L O P E PROPOSED RIP RAP INSTALLEDIN HEAVY EROSION AREA &EVERY 25' WHERE TRAVELSLOPE IS GREATER THAN 10% PR O P O S E D G R A V E L AC C E S S C R O W N ·AGGREGATE IS BASED ON STANDARD AASHTO·2" CROWN IN CENTER OF ACCESS, UNLESS IN CURVES, THEN ACCESS SHOULD BE SLOPED TO IN S I D E O F T U R N O R C U R V E . ·ALL MATERIALS SHALL MEET DOT STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR ROAD CONSTRUCTION.·GRAVEL BASE & TOP COURSE DEPTH SHOWN AS MIN. INCREASE DEPTH MAY BE REQUIRED DUE T O P O O R S O I L C O N D I T I O N S . ·MAX. GRADE: 123% GREATER THAN MAY REQUIRE PAVED SURFACE.·PRIVATELY MAINTAINED ROAD ONLY.·NO POTENTIAL FOR FURTHER DEVELOPMENT. THIS IS NOT A THRU ROAD.SCALE: NTS ACCESS DRIVE NOTES 20'- 0 " x 1 4 ' - 0 " M I N . U N O B S T R U C T E D E A S E M E N T C L E A R I N G VA R I E S P E R P L A N 1' - 0 " TY P . CO N S T R U C T I O N DE T A I L S - A C C E S S SCALE: NTS ACCESS DRIVE SWING GATE FINISH GRADE (12' GRAVEL ACCESS DRIVE)3'-8"20'-0"3" SQUARE TUBE STEEL.PAINTED BLACK (TYP.)3'6"18" (TYP.)3'-0"4" (TYP.)SECURE LANE LLC ( 5 2 0 ) 7 8 0 - 9 7 5 1 S L - S G M A N U A L S W I N G GATE OR SIMILAR. A V A I L A B L E I N S I N G L E S W I N G O R D U A L SWING @ WWW. BA R R I E R G A T E A R M . C O M 4000 PSI CONCRETE POST FOOTING, MIN. (TYP.)4" ROUND STEEL P O S T PAINTED BLACK (T Y P . ) HD BEARINGHINGES (TYP.OF 2)SLIDE BOLT LOCKING MECHANISM WITH TAB HASPS & PADLOCK.GC TO COORDINATE WITH OWNER FOR FINAL COMBINATION.NOTESBoard of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 12 PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : C- 6 1'-6"6"9"10"18"3'-6"13" X XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 9'-0"8'-0"13'-0"(CENTERED ON FENCE LINE) 10 ' - 0 " O . C . M A X . 5' - 0 " O . C . M I N . 6"6"6"3"5'-6"5'-6"12'-6"EQ.EQ.1BADGCSCALE: NTS ACCESS DRIVE SWING GATE POST & DUCK BILL SCALE: NTS STANDARD FENCE ELEVATION GE N E R A L N O T E S A. IN S T A L L F E N C E P E R A S T M F - 5 6 7 B. IN S T A L L S W I N G G A T E P E R A S T M F - 9 0 0 C. LO C A L O R D I N A N C E O F B A R B E D W I R E P E R M I T R E Q U I R E M E N T S H A L L B E CO M P L I E D I F R E Q U I R E D . D. PO S T & G A T E P I P E S I Z E S A R E I N D U S T R Y S T A N D A R D S . D. A . AL L P I P E S T O B E 1 - 1 / 2 " G A L V A N I Z E D ( H O T D I P , A S T M A 1 2 0 G R A D E "A " S T E E L ) . D. B . AL L G A T E F R A M E S S H A L L B E W E L D E D . D. C . AL L W E L D I N G S H A L L B E C O A T E D W I T H ( 3 ) C O A T S O F C O L D GA L V A N I Z E D S T E E L ( O R E Q U A L ) . E. A L L O P E N P O S T S S H A L L H A V E E N D - C A P S F. U S E G A L V A N I Z E D H O G - R I N G W I R E T O M O U N T A L L S I G N S . G. A L L S I G N S M U S T B E M O U N T E D O N I N S I D E O F F E N C E F A B R I C . H. CO N T R A C T O R S H A L L P R O V I D E A N D I N S T A L L S T Y M I E - L O C K L O C K I N G ME C H A N I S M O N 1 2 ' - 0 " G A T E . C O O R D I N A T E W / P M F O R F I N A L CO M B I N A T I O N C O D E KE Y E D N O T E S 1. CO R N E R , E N D O R P U L L P O S T 3" N O M I N A L S C H E D U L E 4 0 PI P E . 2. LI N E P O S T : 2 - 1 / 2 " S C H E D U L E D 40 P I P E , P E R A S T M - F 1 0 8 3 . L I N E PO S T S S H A L L B E E Q U A L L Y SP A C E D A T M A X I M U M 8 ' - 0 " O. C . 3. TO P R A I L & B R A C E R A I L : 1 - 1 / 2 " PI P E P E R A S T M - F 1 0 8 3 . 4. FA B R I C : 9 G A C O R E W I R E S I Z E 2" M E S H , C O N F O R M I N G T O AS T M - A 3 9 2 . A L L P I E S T O B E GA L V A N I Z E D . 5. TI E W I R E : M I N I M U M 1 1 G A . GA L V A N I Z E D S T E E L A T P O S T S AN D R A I L S A S I N G L E W R A P O F FA B R I C T I E A N D A T T E N S I O N WI R E B Y H O G R I N G S S P A C E D MA X I M U M 2 4 " I N T E R V A L S . 6. TE N S I O N W I R E : 9 G A . GA L V A N I Z E D S T E E L 7. BA R B E D W I R E : D O U B L E ST R A N D 1 2 - 1 / 2 " O . D . T W I S T E D WI R E T O M A T C H W I T H F A B R I C 14 G A . , 4 P T . B A R B S S P A C E D ON A P P R O X I M A T E L Y 5 " CE N T E R S . 8. ST R E T C H E R B A R 9. 3 / 8 " D I A G O N A L R O D W I T H GA L V A N I Z E D S T E E L TU R N B U C K L E O R D I A G O N A L TH R E A D E D R O D . 10 . FE N C E C O R N E R P O S T B R A C E : 1- 5 / 8 " D I A M E T E R E A C H CO R N E R E A C H W A Y . 11 . 1- 1 / 2 " M A X I M U M C L E A R A N C E FR O M G R A D E . 12 . GA T E P O S T 4 " S C H E D U L E 4 0 PI P E ( F O R G A T E W I D T H S U P TH R U 7 ' O R 1 4 ' F O R D O U B L E SW I N G G A T E S ) P E R AS T M - F 1 0 8 3 . 13 . GA T E F R A M E : 1 - 1 / 2 ' P I P E , P E R AS T M - F 1 0 8 3 . 14 . GA T E F R A M E : 1 - 5 / 8 " D I A M E T E R PI P E , P E R A S T M - F 1 0 8 3 . 15 . GA T E D I A G O N A L GA L V A N I Z E D S T E E L 1 - 1 / 2 " PI P E . 16 . DU C K B I L L O P E N G A T E HO L D E R . V E R I F Y L O C A T I O N I N FI E L D P R I O R T O I N S T A L L A T I O N . 17 . LI N E P O S T : C O N C R E T E FO U N D A T I O N ( 4 0 0 0 P S I ) 18 . CO R N E R P O S T : C O N C R E T E FO U N D A T I O N ( 4 0 0 0 P S I ) 19 . GA T E P O S T : C O N C R E T E FO U N D A T I O N ( 4 0 0 0 P S I ) 1'-6"3'-6" 2 3 4 19 16 9 78 6 10121413 16 18 J 24" 10 " FINISH GRADE FI N I S H G R A D E 19 ME T A L G A T E D E T E N T IN S T A L L W / S L O T PA R A L L E L T O F E N C E SC A L E : N T S GA T E D E T E N T D E T A I L SC A L E : N T S ST Y M I E L O C K D E T A I L PROPOSEDPLUNGER RODPROPOSEDGATE DETENT 5 17 CO N S T R U C T I O N DE T A I L S - F E N C E Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 13 PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : C- 7 SCALE: NTS H-FRAME DETAIL 6'-0"4'-0"4" (TYP.)18" (TYP.)NOTES1.VERIFY ALL MOUNTING LOCATION PER EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER FOR LOCATION & QUANITYOF UNISTRUT ON H-FRAME. (MIN. 5 UNISTRUT SHALL BE INSTALLED)2.ALL EQUIPMENT SHALL BE MOUNTED A MIN. OF 6" ABOVE FINISH GRADE.3.ALL CONDUIT STUB-UP TO BE ATTACHED NO GREATER HAD 6" MAX. ABOVE FINISHED GRADE.ATTACH ALL CONDUIT ABOVE FIRST 6" AT 12" ON CENTER.4.BOND ALL METALLIC SURFACES TO GROUND RING WITH #2 SOLID AWG TIN-PLATED COPPERGROUND CONDUCTOR.5.ALL GROUND LEADS SHALL BE INSTALLED IN 1" SCH. 40 PVC CONDUIT. PROVIDE WATERTIGHTCAULK SEAL & ADEQUATE COIL FOR CONNECT TO PROPOSED EQUIPMENT.WATERTIGHT ENDCAP (TYP.)STANDARD PVC UNISTRUTEND-CAP (TYP.)P1000 UNISTRUT SPACED ASREQUIRED, SECURE TO STD,UNISTRUT STRUCTURAL PIPECONNECTOR FOR V- BOLTSSIZED PER NEED 3" Ø SCH40 GALVANIZED STEELPIPE MAX @ 72" O.C.FINISH GRADE4000 PSI CONCRETE POSTFOOTING, MIN. (TYP.)6'-0" MAX. SEE PLAN6" MIN. CO M P O U N D F E N C E M A T E R I A L S 1'-0" 6 " 6" 45° 1' - 0 " 3'-6" 12 " 6" FI N I S H G R A D E 1-1/2" MIN. CLR. 3 - S T R A N D B A R B E D W I R E A T FE N C E & G A T E CH A I N - L I N K F E N C E F A B R I C SC A L E : N T S TI E W I R E : M I N I M U M 1 1 G A . G A L V A N I Z E D S T E E L AT P O S T S A N D R A I L S A S I N G L E W R A P O F FA B R I C T I E A N D A T T E N S I O N W I R E B Y H O G RI N G S S P A C E D M A X I M U M 2 4 " I N T E R V A L S . LI N E P O S T E V E R Y 1 0 ' - 0 " M A X . FI L L M A T E R I A L D E P T H V A R I E S P E R LO C A T I O N . S U B G R A D E C O M P A C T E D TO 9 5 % S T A N D A R D P R O C T O R PR O P O S E D 2 0 M I L . L I G H T W E I G H T W O V E N S L I T FI L M P O L Y P R O P Y L E N E G E O S Y N E T H I C F A B R I C (5 0 0 X M I R A F I G E O T E X T I L E O R E Q U A L ) PR O P O S E D 6 " F I N I S H L A Y E R OF R O L L E D # 5 7 S T O N E 40 0 0 P S I C O N C R E T E P O S T FO O T I N G , M I N . ( T Y P . ) CO N S T R U C T I O N DE T A I L S - CO M P O U N D Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 14 PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : C- 8 RADIO FREQUENCY ENVIORMENT AREA RA D I O F R E Q U E N C Y E N V I O R M E N T A R E A FC C T O W E R R E G I S T R A T I O N N O . 12 3 4 5 6 7 SITE ID# 000000VERIFIED 911 STREET ADDRESSCITY, STATE AND ZIP CODEFOR 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE CALL 1-877-788-7011 FOR LEASE INFORMATION CALL1-800-788-7011ASR1234567CAUTION NO T I C E WARNINGTHIS SITE ISPOSTED &PROTECTEDBYRAZOR WIRE VIOLATORSWILL BEPROSECUTED NOTRESPASSING PRIVATEPROPERTYAUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY RE D B A C K G R O U N D W/ W H I T E L E T T E R I N G WARNINGHARD HATS REQUIREDWATCH FOR FALLING MATERIALWATCH FOR TRIPPING HAZARDSWATCH FOR UNEVEN SURFACESIN THE EVENT OF A T-STORM, VACATE THE COMPOUND. WH I T E B A C K G R O U N D W/ B L A C K L E T T E R I N G LT . G R A Y W / B L A C K LE T T E R I N G RE D B A C K G R O U N D W/ W H I T E L E T T E R I N G WH I T E B A C K G R O U N D W/ B L A C K L E T T E R I N G RED BACKGROUNDW/WHITE LETTERINGWHITE BACKGROUNDW/RED LETTERINGRED BACKGROUNDW/WHITE LETTERING WH I T E B A C K G R O U N D W/ B L A C K L E T T E R I N G GR E E N B A C K G R O U N D W/ W H I T E L E T T E R I N G YELLOW BACKGROUNDW/BLACK LETTERINGWHITE BACKGROUNDW/BLACK LETTERING ANDYELLOW SYMBOLWHITE B A C K G R O U N D W/BLA C K L E T T E R I N G GE N E R A L N O T E S 1. TH E S I T E S H A L L O N L Y C O N T A I N S I G N A G E A S M A N D A T E D B Y T H E F C C 2. AL L S I G N S T O B E I N S T A L L E D A C C O R D I N G T O D W G S I T E S I G N A G E AD J A C E N T T O G A T E S ( L E F T O R R I G H T S I D E O F G A T E I S A C C E P T A B L E , B U T MU S T B E M O U N T E D O N G A T E S I D E O F C O M P O U N D , S O A S T O B E RE A D A B L E W I T H G A T E S O P E N O R C L O S E D ) . 3. SI G N S S H A L L B E F A B R I C A T E D F R O M C O R R O S I O N R E S I S T A N T P R E S S E D ME T A L , A N D P A I N T E D W I T H L O N G L A S T I N G U V R E S I S T A N T C O A T I N G . 4. SI G N S ( E X C E P T W H E R E N O T E D O T H E R W I S E ) S H A L L B E M O U N T E D T O T H E TO W E R , G A T E A N D F E N C E U S I N G A M I N . O F 9 G A U G E A L U M I N U M W I R E , HO G R I N G S ( A S U T I L I Z E D I N F E N C E I N S T A L L A T I O N S ) O R B R A C K E T S W H E R E NE C E S S A R Y . B R A C K E T S S H A L L B E O F S I M I L A R M E T A L A S T H E S T R U C T U R E T O AV O I D G A L V A N I C C O R R O S I O N . 5. AD D I T I O N A L E 9 1 1 A D D R E S S S I G N S A R E R E Q U I R E D A T E A C H A C C E S S RO A D G A T E L E A D I N G T O T H E C O M P O U N D A S W E L L A S O N T H E CO M P O U N D G A T E I T S E L F . 6. AD D I T I O N A L F C C R E S T R A T I O N # S I G N S A R E R E Q U I R E D A T E A C H AC C E S S R O A D G A T E L E A D I N G T O T H E C O M P O U N D A S W E L L A S O N T H E CO M P O U N D G A T E I T S E L F . S I G N S H A L L M E A S U R E 2 0 " L O N G x 4 " T A L L ) . T H E LE T T E R S S H A L L B E 1 " A N D T H E N U M B E R S S H A L L B E 2 " . 7. RE C O M M E N D E D S O U R C E S F O R O B T A I N I N G S I G N A G E . · ST C L A I R S I G N S 31 8 4 W A D E H A M P T O N B L V D . TY L O R S , S C 2 9 6 8 7 86 4 - 2 4 4 - 0 0 4 0 · EX C E L S I G N & D E C A L 15 0 9 N O R T H M I L P I T A S B L V D . MI L P I T A S , C A 9 5 0 3 5 40 8 - 9 4 2 - 8 8 8 1 · RF E X P O S U R E S I G N S RI C H A R D T E L L A S S O C I A T E S 34 3 3 R I N G T A R R O A D , S U I T E 3 NO R T H L A S V E G A S , N V 8 9 0 3 0 70 2 - 6 4 5 - 3 3 3 8 18"WIDE x 24" HIGH (A)NO-TRESSPASSING SIGN18"WIDE x 24" HIGH (B)RAZOR-WIRE SIGN 24 " W I D E x 1 8 " H I G H (C ) FC C R E G I S T R A T I O N S I G N 12" WIDE x 18" HIGH (H)CAUTION-RFE SIGN10" WIDE x 4" HIGH (I)ASR SIGN TO BE MOUNTED NEAR TOWER LEG W/ CLIMBING CABLE.DO NOT RESTRICT CLIMBING ACCESS.NOTESASR SIGN TO BE MOUNTEDAT TOWER BASE DURING CONSTR U C T I O N . NOTES 24" WIDE x 18" HIGH (D)MARKETING/ ID SIGN24" WIDE x 18" HIGH (E)CAUTION - HARD H A T C O N S T U C T I O N AREA AND TRIPPIN G H A Z A R D S 24 " W I D E x 1 8 " H I G H (F ) NO T I C E - R F E S I G N SI T E N A M E : T H E C A P E B L V D SI T E # : C T G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 FO R L E A S E I N F O R M A T I O N CA L L : # # # - # # # - # # # # 24 H O U R E M E R G E N C Y S E R V I C E CA L L : # # # - # # # - # # # # CO N T R A C T O R S H A L L VE R I F Y A D D R E S S P R I O R TO O R D E R I N G SI G N A G E CO N T R A C T O R T O CO O R D I N A T E NU M B E R S ( T Y P . ) RE D L E T T E R S ( A L L OT H E R S S H A L L BE B L A C K ) 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D . WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 36 " W I D E x 2 4 " H I G H (J ) OW N E R S I G N A G E SI G N D E T A I L S Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 15 PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : C- 9 FOUNDATION, EXCAVATION & GRADING NOTES1.ALL CUT AND FILL SLOPES SHALL BE 2 : 1 MAXIMUM.2.ALL EXCAVATIONS ON WHICH CONCRETE IS TO BE PLACED SHALL BESUBSTANTIALLY3.HORIZONTAL ON UNDISTURBED AND UNFROZEN SOIL AND BE FREEFROM LOOSE MATERIAL AND EXCESS GROUND WATER. DEWATERINGFOR EXCESS GROUND WATER SHALL BE PROVIDED IF REQUIRED.4.CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS SHALL NOT BE PLACED ON ORGANICMATERIAL. IF SOUND SOIL IS NOT REACHED AT THE DESIGNATEDEXCAVATION DEPTH, THE UNSATISFACTORY SOIL SHALL BE EXCAVATEDTO ITS FULL DEPTH AND EITHER BE REPLACED WITH MECHANICALLYCOMPACTED GRANULAR MATERIAL OR THE EXCAVATION SHALL BEFILLED WITH CONCRETE OF THE SAME QUALITY SPECIFIED FOR THEFOUNDATION.5.ANY EXCAVATION OVER THE REQUIRED DEPTH SHALL BE FILLED WITHEITHER MECHANICALLY COMPACTED GRANULAR MATERIAL ORCONCRETE OF THE SAME QUALITY SPECIFIED FOR THE FOUNDATION.CRUSHED STONE MAY BE USED TO STABILIZE THE BOTTOM OF THEEXCAVATION. STONE, IF USED, SHALL NOT BE USED AS COMPILINGCONCRETE THICKNESS.6.AFTER COMPLETION OF THE FOUNDATION AND OTHER CONSTRUCTIONBELOW GRADE, AND 5. BEFORE BACK FILLING, ALL EXCAVATIONSSHALL BE CLEAN OF UNSUITABLE MATERIAL SUCH AS VEGETATION,TRASH, DEBRIS, AND SO FORTH.7.ALL BACKFILLING SHALL (1) USE APPROVED MATERIALS CONSISTING OFEARTH, LOAM, 6. SANDY CLAYS, SAND AND GRAVEL, OR SOFT SHALE,(2) BE FREE FROM CLODS OR STONES OVER 2 1/2" MAXIMUMDIMENSIONS, AND (3) BE PLACED IN LAYERS AND COMPACTED.8.SITE FILL MATERIAL AND FOUNDATION BACK FILL SHALL BE PLACED INLAYERS, MAXIMUM 6" 7. DEEP BEFORE COMPACTION. EACH LAYERSHALL BE SPRINKLED IF REQUIRED AND COMPACTED BY HAND ORMACHINE TAMPERS TO 95% OF MAXIMUM DENSITY, AT THE OPTIMUMMOISTURE CONTENT OF ±2% AS DETERMINED BY ASTM DESIGNATIOND-698, UNLESS OTHERWISE APPROVED. SUCH BACK FILL SHALL NOT BEPLACED BEFORE 3 DAYS AFTER PLACEMENT OF CONCRETE.9.THE FOUNDATION AREA SHALL BE GRADED TO PROVIDE WATER RUNOFFAND PREVENT 8. WATER FROM STANDING. THE FINAL GRADE SHALLSLOPE AWAY IN ALL DIRECTIONS FROM THE FOUNDATION AREA (UP TO 1FOOT OUTSIDE THE FENCE OR GROUND SYSTEM PERIMETER) AND SHALLBE COVERED WITH A GEOTEXTILE FABRIC MIRAFI 500X OR APPROVEDEQUAL TO PREVENT REOCCURRENCE OF VEGETATIVE GROWTH, ANTHEN SHALL BE COVERED WITH 4" DEEP COMPACTED STONE ORGRAVEL.10.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ALL EROSION AND SEDIMENTATIONCONTROL MEASURES 9. AS REQUIRED BY LOCAL, CITY, COUNTY, ANDSTATE CODES AND ORDINANCES TO PROTECT EMBANKMENTS FROMSOIL LOSS AND TO PREVENT ACCUMULATION OF SOIL AND SILT INSTREAMS AND DRAINAGE PATHS FROM LEAVING THE CONSTRUCTIONAREA. THIS MAY INCLUDE SUCH MEASURES AS SILT FENCES, STRAW BALESEDIMENT BARRIERS, AND CHECK DAMS.11.FILL PREPARATION: REMOVE ALL VEGETATION, TOPSOIL, DEBRIS, WETAND UNSATISFACTORY SOIL MATERIALS, OBSTRUCTIONS, ANDDELETERIOUS MATERIAL FROM GROUND SURFACE PRIOR TO PLACINGFILLS. PLOW STRIP OR BREAK UP SLOPED SURFACES STEEPER THAN 1VERTICAL TO 4 HORIZONTAL SO FILL MATERIAL WILL BOND WITHEXISTING SURFACE. WHEN SUBGRADE OR EXISTING GROUND SURFACETO RECEIVE FILL HAS A DENSITY LESS THAN THAT REQUIRED FOR FILL,BREAK UP GROUND SURFACE TO REQUIRED DEPTH, PULVERIZE,MOISTURE CONDITION OR AERATE SOIL, AND RECOMPACT TOREQUIRED DENSITY.12.REPLACE EXISTING GRAVE L S U R F A C I N G O N A R E A S F R O M W H I C H GRAVEL SURFACING IS RE M O V E D D U R I N G C O N S T R U C T I O N OPERATIONS. GRAVEL SUR F A C I N G S H A L L B E R E P L A C E D T O M A T C H EXISTING ADJACENT GRAV E L S U R F A C I N G A N D S H A L L B E O F T H E S A M E THICKNESS. SURFACES AN D G R A V E L S U R F A C I N G S H A L L B E F R E E F R O M CORRUGATIONS AND WA V E S . E X I S T I N G G R A V E L S U R F A C I N G M A Y B E EXCAVATED SEPARATELY A N D R E U S E D I F I N J U R I O U S A M O U N T S O F EARTH, ORGANIC MATTER , O R O T H E R D E L E T E R I O U S M A T E R I A L S A R E REMOVED PRIOR TO REUS E . F U R N I S H A L L A D D I T I O N A L G R A V E L RESURFACING MATERIAL A S R E Q U I R E D . B E F O R E G R A V E L S U R F A C I N G I S REPLACED, SUBGRADE SH A L L B E G R A D E D T O C O N F O R M T O R E Q U I R E D SUBGRADE ELEVATIONS, A N D L O O S E O R D I S T U R B E D M A T E R I A L S S H A L L BE THOROUGHLY COMPA C T E D . D E P R E S S I O N S I N T H E S U B G R A D E S H A L L BE FILLED AND COMPACT E D W I T H A P P R O V E D S E L E C T E D M A T E R I A L . GRAVEL SURFACING MAT E R I A L S H A L L N O B E U S E D F O R F I L L I N G DEPRESSIONS IN THE SUBG R A D E . 13.PROTECT EXISTING GRAVE L S U R F A C I N G A N D S U B G R A D E I N A R E A S WHERE EQUIPMENT LOAD S W I L L O P E R A T E . U S E P L A N K I N G O R O T H E R SUITABLE MATERIALS DESIG N E D T O S P R E A D E Q U I P M E N T L O A D S . R E P A I R ANY DAMAGE TO EXISTING G R A V E L S U R F A C I N G O R S U B G R A D E W H E R E SUCH DAMAGE IS DUE TO T H E C O N T R A C T O R ' S O P E R A T I O N S . E N S U R E POSITIVE DRAINAGE DURIN G A N D A F T E R C O M P L E T I O N O F CONSTRUCTION.14.RIPRAP SHALL BE CLEAN, H A R D , S O U N D , D U R A B L E , U N I F O R M I N QUALITY, AND FREE OF AN Y 1 4 . D E T R I M E N T A L Q U A N T I T Y O F S O F T , FRIABLE, THIN, ELONGATED O R L A M I N A T E D P I E C E S , D I S I N T E G R A T E D MATERIAL, ORGANIC MAT T E R , O I L , A L K A L I , O R O T H E R D E L E T E R I O U S SUBSTANCE.15.REMOVE ALL ORGANICS, R O C K S G R E A T E R T H A N 3 " , U N U S E D F I L L A N D OTHER DEBRIS TO AN 15. A R E A O F F S I T E I N A L E G A L M A N N E R FOUNDATION, EXCA V A T I O N & G R A D I N G N O T E S 18" MIN 6" 2" 4' - 0 " M A X . 18" MIN FL O W 30" MIN 28" 30" MIN 28" WO V E N W I R E FE N C E B A C K I N G GE O T E X T I L E U N D E R L I N E R CO A R S E A G G R E G A T E N. S . A . R - 2 ( 1 . 5 " - 3 . 5 " ) 2 0 ' M I N I M U M 50 ' M I N I M U M 3 0 ' M I N I M U M E X I S T I N G P A V E M E N T 6" MINIMUM (W I T H P E R M A N E N T V E G E T A T I O N ) DI S T U R B E D A R E A S T A B I L I Z A T I O N (W I T H T E M P O R A R Y S E E D I N G ) DI S T U R B E D A R E A S T A B I L I Z A T I O N Ds 3 Ds 2 SC A L E : N T S CO - C O N S T R U C T I O N E X I T D E T A I L 1. PE R I O D I C A L L Y D R E S S W I T H 1 . 5 " - 3 . 5 " S T O N E . 2. MA I N T A I N I N A C O N D I T I O N T H A T W I L L P R E V E N T T R A C K I N G O R FL O W O F M U D O N T O P U B L I C R I G H T S - O F - W A Y . 3. IM M E D I A T E L Y R E M O V E M U D A N D D E B R I S T R A C K E D O R S P I L L E D ON T O R O A D W A Y S . MA I N T E N A N C E SC A L E : N T S SF C - S I L T F E N C E , T Y P E - C FI L T E R F A B R I C M A T E R I A L ST E E L P O S T BU R Y B O T T O M O F F I L T E R M A T E R I A L I N 6 " T R E N C H FI L T E R F A B R I C ST E E L P O S T 1. US E 3 6 " D O T A P P R O V E D F A B R I C 2. US E S T E E L P O S T S NO T E S GR A D I N G N O T E S & DE T A I L S Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 16 PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : C- 1 0 EROSION & SEDIMENT CONTROL NOTES1.COMPOUND SHALL BE RELATIVELY FLAT. CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDEPOSITIVE DRAINAGE.2.DISTURBED AREAS LEFT IDLE SHALL BE STABILIZED WITH TEMPORARYVEGETATION AFTER 14 DAYS; AFTER 30 DAYS PERMANENT VEGETATIONSHALL BE ESTABLISHED.3.PRIOR TO COMMENCING LAND DISTURBANCE ACTIVITIES, THE LIMITS OFTHE DISTURBANCE SHALL BE CLEARLY DEMARCATED WITH STAKES,RIBBONS, OR OTHER APPROPRIATE MEANS.4.THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE SITE WILL INITIATE WITH THE INSTALLATION OFEROSION CONTROL MEASURES SUFFICIENT TO CONTROL SEDIMENTDEPOSITS AND EROSION. CONTRACTOR SHALL CALL APPROPRIATECOUNTY FOR AN INSPECTION OF SOIL EROSION CONTROL MEASURESPRIOR TO BEGIN GRADING ACTIVITY. ALL SEDIMENT CONTROL WILL BEMAINTAINED UNTIL ALL UPSTREAM GROUND WITHIN THE CONSTRUCTIONAREA HAS BEEN COMPLETELY STABILIZED.5.THE LOCATION OF SOME OF THE EROSION CONTROL DEVICES MAYHAVE TO BE ALTERED FROM THAT SHOWN ON THE PLANS IF DRAINAGEPATTERNS DURING CONSTRUCTION ARE DIFFERENT FROM THE FINALPROPOSED DRAINAGE SYSTEMS. ANY DIFFICULTY IN CONTROLLINGEROSION DURING ANY PHASE OF CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE REPORTEDTO THE ENGINEER IMMEDIATELY.6.EROSION CONTROL MEASURES WILL BE MAINTAINED AT ALL TIMES IF FULLIMPLEMENTATION OF THE APPROVED PLAN DOES NOT PROVIDE FORELECTIVE EROSION CONTROL, ADDITIONAL EROSION AND SEDIMENTCONTROL MEASURES SHALL BE IMPLEMENTED TO CONTROL OR TREATTHE SEDIMENT SOURCE.7.THE CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE ACCUMULATED SILT WHEN THE SILT ISWITHIN 12" OF THE TOP OF THE SILT FENCE.8.FAILURE TO INSTALL, OPERATE OR MAINTAIN ALL EROSION CONTROLMEASURES WILL RESULT IN ALL CONSTRUCTION BEING STOPPED ON THEJOB SITE UNTIL SUCH MEASURES ARE CORRECTED.9.ANY DISTURBED AREA LEFT EXPOSED FOR A PERIOD GREATER THAN 7DAYS SHALL BE STABILIZED WITH SEEDING.10.CONTRACTOR SHALL REMOVE ALL EROSION CONTROL MEASURES AFTERCOMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION AND ESTABLISHMENT OF PERMANENTGROUND COVER.11.THE ESCAPE OF SEDIMENT FROM THE SITE SHALL BE PREVENTED BY THEINSTALLATION OF EROSION CONTROL MEASURES AND PRACTICES PRIORTO, OR CONCURRENT WITH, LAND-SIDTURBING ACTIVITIES.12.ALL CUT AND FILL SLOPES MUST BE SURFACED ROUGHENED ANDVEGETATED WITHIN SEVEN (7) DAYS OF THEIR CONSTRUCTION.13.ALL FILL SLOPES WILL HAVE SILT FENCES AT THE TOE OF THE SLOPE.14.ALL SEDIMENT AND EROSION CONTROL MEASURES WILL BE CHECKEDDAILY AND ANY DEFICIENCIES NOTED WILL BE CORRECTED BY THE ENDOF EACH DAY. ADDITIONAL EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROLMEASURES WILL BE INSTALLED IF DEEMED NECESSARY AFTER ON-SITEINSPECTION BY THE ISSUING AUTHORITY.15.A 25' MIN. UNDISTURBED VEGETATION BUFFER ADJ. TO ALL RUNNINGSTREAMS AND CREEKS WILL BE LEFT AND MAINTAINED.16.MAINTENANCE STATEMENT: EROSION CONTROL MEASURES WILL BEINSPECTED AT LEAST WEEKLY, AFTER EACH RAIN AND REPAIRED BY THEGENERAL CONTRACTOR.17.ADDITIONAL EROSION CONTROL MEASURES WILL BE INSTALLED IFDEEMED NECESSARY BY ON-SITE INSPECTIONS.18.CONSTRUCTION EXIT - TO REDUCE OR ELIMINATE THE TRANSPORT OFMUD FROM THE CONSTRUCTION AREA ONTO PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAYS,STREETS, ALLEYS, SIDEWALKS, OR PARKING AREAS. IMMEDIATELYREMOVE MUD AND DEBRIS TRACKED OR SPILLED ONTO ROADWAYS.19.TYPE C SEDIMENT BARRIER - T O P R E V E N T A N Y S E D I M E N T C A R R I E D B Y SHEET FLOW FROM LEAVIN G T H E S I T E A N D E N T E R I N G N A T U R A L DRAINAGE WAYS OR STOR M D R A I N A G E S Y S T E M S . 20.DISTURBED AREA STABILIZA T I O N ( T E M P O R A R Y ) - T O E S T A B L I S H A TEMPORARY VEGETATIVE C O V E R W I T H F A S T G R O W I N G S E E D I N G S O N DISTURBED AREAS.21.DISTURBED AREA STABILIZA T I O N ( P E R M A N E N T ) - T O E S T A B L I S H A PERMANENT VEGETATIVE C O V E R S U C H A S T R E E S , S H R U B S , V I N E S , GRASSES, SOD, OR LEGUM E S O N D I S T U R B E D A R E A S . 22.DISTURBED AREA DUST CO N T R O L - T O C O N T R O L T H E S U R F A C E A N D A I R MOVEMENT OF DUST ON C O N S T R U C T I O N S I T E S , R O A D W A Y S , A N D SIMILAR SITES.A.USE OF SWALES AND/OR D R A I N A G E D I T C H E S F O R P R O P E R W A T E R RUNOFF AS NEEDED.B.AGGREGATE IS BASED ON S T A N D A R D A A S H T O . C.SLOPE NOT TO EXCEED 1/ 4 " P E R F O O T T O M A X . G R A D E O F 6 " F R O M CENTER OF COMPOUND T O E A C H F E N C E L I N E . D.SUB-GRADE SHALL BE COM P A C T E D B Y S H E E P S F O O T V I B R A T O R O R RUBBER TIRED ROLLERS WE I G H I N G A T L E A S T E I G H T T O N S . E.FINISHED GRADE SHALL BE C O M P A C T E D B Y S M O O T H D R U M V I B R A T O R ROLLERS WEIGHING AT LES T E I G H T T O N S . FI N I S H E D G R A D E S H A L L B E UNIFORM AND LEVEL.F.GRADING IS REQUIRED FO R T H E P R O P O S E D C O N S T R U C T I O N . COMPOUND SHALL BE REL A T I V E L Y F L A T . C O N T R A C T O R T O P R O V I D E POSITIVE DRAINAGE.G.DISTURBED AREAS LEFT IDL E S H A L L B E S T A B I L I Z E D W I T H T E M P O R A R Y VEGETATION AFTER 14 DA Y S ; A F T E R 3 0 D A Y S P E R M A N E N T V E G E T A T I O N SHALL BE ESTABLISHED.H.MAINTENANCE STATEMEN T : E R O S I O N C O N T R O L M E A S U R E S W I L L B E INSPECTED AT LEAST WEEK L Y , A F T E R E A C H R A I N A N D R E P A I R E D B Y T H E GENERAL CONTRACTOR.I.ADDITIONAL EROSION CO N T R O L M E A S U R E S W I L L B E I N S T A L L E D I F DEEMED NECESSARY BY O N - S I T E I N S P E C T I O N S . J.CONSTRUCTION EXIT - TO R E D U C E O R E L I M I N A T E T H E T R A N S P O R T O F MUD FROM THE CONSTRU C T I O N A R E A O N T O P U B L I C RIGHT-OF-WAYS, STREETS, A L L E Y S , S I D E W A L K S , O R P A R K I N G A R E A S . IMMEDIATELY REMOVE MU D A N D D E B R I S T R A C K E D O R S P I L L E D O N T O ROADWAYS.K.TYPE C SEDIMENT BARRIER - T O P R E V E N T A N Y S E D I M E N T C A R R I E D B Y SHEET FLOW FROM LEAVIN G T H E S I T E A N D E N T E R I N G N A T U R A L DRAINAGE WAYS OR STOR M D R A I N A G E S Y S T E M S . L.DISTURBED AREA STABILIZA T I O N ( T E M P O R A R Y ) - T O E S T A B L I S H A TEMPORARY VEGETATIVE C O V E R W I T H F A S T G R O W I N G S E E D I N G S O N DISTURBED AREAS.M.DISTURBED AREA STABILIZA T I O N ( P E R M A N E N T ) - T O E S T A B L I S H A PERMANENT VEGETATIVE C O V E R S U C H A S T R E E S , S H R U B S , V I N E S , GRASSES, SOD, OR LEGUM E S O N D I S T U R B E D A R E A S . C O N T R A C T O R T O INSTALL SOD TO MATCH TH E S P E C I E S U S E D B Y T H E U N I V E R S I T Y O F HOUSTON.N.DISTURBED AREA DUST CO N T R O L - T O C O N T R O L T H E S U R F A C E A N D AIR MOVEMENT OF DUST O N C O N S T R U C T I O N S I T E S , R O A D W A Y S , A N D SIMILAR SITES.EROSION & SEDIMEN T C O N T R O L N O T E S EROSION & SEDIMEN T C O N T R O L C O M P O U N D NOTES GR A D I N G N O T E S & DE T A I L S Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 17 X X PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : C- 1 1 GR A P H I C S C A L E NO R T H A R R O W W N E MP A&S 00 ' SC A L E : 1 " = 4 0 ' 40 ' 40 ' -RUNOFF OF FIRST 1.5" OF RAINFALL OVER LEASE AREA AND EASEMENT AREAS IS...(10,000 SF COMPOUND + 2,725.087 SF DRIVE) = 12,725 SF OF IMPERVIOUS COVERRETAIN FIRST 1.5" OF RAINFALL ACROSS NEW DEVELOPMENT AREA.VMAX. RET. = (DEPTH OF RAINFALL IN FT) (TOTAL SF OF IMPERVIOUS)VMAX. RET. = (.125FT) ( 12,725)VMAX. RET. = 1,590.625 CF STORM WATER CALCSIMPER V I O U S S U R F A C E R A T I O S EXISTING T R A C T S I Z E : 5. 9 5 A C R E S ( 2 5 9 , 1 8 2 S Q . F T . ) EXISTING P E R V I O U S / I M P E R V I O U S A R E A TOTAL EX I S T I N G P E R V I O U S A R E A : 25 9 , 1 8 2 SQ F T . ( 5 . 9 5 A C R E S ) TOTAL EX I S T I N G I M P E R V I O U S A R E A : 00 0 0 SQ F T . ( . 0 0 0 A C R E S ) PROPOSE D I M P E R V I O U S A R E A 12 , 7 2 5 SQ F T . ( 0 . 2 9 A C R E S ) PROPOSE D I M P E R V I O U S A R E A I N C R E A S E : CO M P O U N D 10 , 0 0 0 SQ F T . (0 . 2 3 A C R E S ) GR A V E L D R I V E 2, 7 2 5 SQ F T . (0 . 0 6 A C R E S ) TOTAL PR O P O S E D P E R V I O U S A R E A : 24 6 , 4 5 7 SQ F T . (5 . 6 6 A C R E S ) TOTAL PR O P O S E D I M P E R V I O U S A R E A : 12 , 7 2 5 SQ F T . (0 . 2 9 A C R E S ) IMPERVIO U S S U R F A C E A R E A ( I S R ) & P E R V I O U S S U R F A C E A R E A ( P S R ) PROPOS E D I S R : 12 , 7 2 5 / 2 5 9 , 1 8 2 = 4. 9 0 9 % PROPOS E D P S R : 24 6 , 4 5 7 / 2 5 9 , 1 8 2 = 95 . 0 9 0 % GR A D I N G & ER O S I O N CO N T R O L PL A N SF C 2% SI L T F E N C E / L I M I T S O F CO N S T R U C T I O N 8. 2 5 ' 7.6'8.2 5 ' 8. 2 5 ' 8. 7 5 ' 8. 2 5 ' 2% 2% 2% 2% AD D C L E A N D I R T F I L L T O E N T I R E S I T E A R E A T O R A I S E SI T E 1 2 " . I N S T A L L F I L L D I R T & P A C K I N 6 " L I F T S T O CO M P A C T E D A T A M I N . O F 9 8 % S T A N D A R D PR O C T O R . A L L I M P O R T E D F I L L S H O U L D B E C L E A N SO I L ( F R E E O F R O O T S & D E B R I S A N D S H O U L D CO N T A I N L E S T H A N 1 0 % B Y D R Y W E I G H T P A S S I N G #2 0 0 . D O N O T R E U S E A N Y E X I S T I N G E X C A V A T E D SO I L S F O R S T R U C T U R A L F I L L . 1%Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 18 PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : C- 1 2 LA N D S C P A I N G PL A N NO R T H A R R O W W N E MP A&S GE N E R A L N O T E S 00 ' SC A L E : 1 " = 1 0 ' 1. AL L P L A N T S M U S T B E H E A L T H Y , V I G O R O U S M A T E R I A L , F R E E O F P E S T S AN D D I S E A S E . 2. PR I O R T O C O N S T R U C T I O N , T H E C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L B E R E S P O N S I B L E FO R L O C A T I N G A L L U N D E R G R O U N D U T I L I T I E S A N D S H A L L A V O I D DA M A G E T O A L L U T I L I T I E S D U R I N G C O U R S E O F T H E W O R K . T H E CO N T R A C T O R I S R E S P O N S I B L E F O R R E P A I R I N G A L L D A M A G E T O UT I L I T I E S , S T R U C T U R E S , S I T E A P P U R T E N A N C E S , E T C . W H I C H O C C U R S AS A R E S U L T O F T H E L A N D S C A P E C O N S T R U C T I O N . 3. TH E C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L C O M P L E T E L Y G U A R A N T E E A L L P L A N T ( 1 ) YE A R B E G I N N I N G A T T H E D A T E O F T O T A L A C C E P T A N C E . T H E CO N T R A C T O R S H A L L P R O M P T L Y M A K E A L L R E P L A C E M E N T S B E F O R E OR A T T H E E N D O F T H E G U A R A N T E E P E R I O D . 4. AN Y P L A N T M A T E R I A L T H A T D I E S , T U R N S B R O W N O R D E F O L I A T E S (P R I O R T O T O T A L A C C E P T A N C E O F T H E W O R K ) S H A L L B E P R O M P T L Y RE M O V E D F R O M T H E S I T E A N D R E P L A C E D W I T H M A T E R I A L O F T H E SA M E S P E C I E S , Q U A N T I T Y , S I Z E A N D M E E T I N G A L L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S . 5. ST A N D A R D S S E T F O R T H I N " A M E R I C A N S T A N D A R D F O R N U R S E R Y ST O C K " , L A T E S T E D I T I O N , R E P R E S E N T G U I D E L I N E S P E C I F I C A T I O N S O N L Y AN D S H A L L C O N S T I T U T E M I N I M U M Q U A L I T Y R E Q U I R E M E N T S F O R P L A N T MA T E R I A L . 6. AL L B U F F E R S A N D T R E E S A V E A R E A S A R E T O B E C L E A R L Y I D E N T I F I E D WI T H F L A G G I N G A N D / O R F E N C I N G P R I O R T O C O M M E N C E M E N T O F AN Y L A N D D I S T U R B A N C E 6.0'2" MAX.STAY OUTTREE SAVE AREA 1. NO S P E C I M E N T R E E S E X I S T I N G O N T H E S I T E . 2. NO P L A N T I N G M A T E R I A L W I L L B E S T O R E D O N S I T E . 3. TH E R E W I L L N O B U R N I N G O R B U R I A L O F D E B R I S O N S I T E . AR B O R I S T N O T E S SCALE: NTS TREE PROTECTION DETAIL GR A P H I C S C A L E SCALE: 1:40 LANDSCAPING PLAN BR I G H T O R A N G E PO L Y T H Y L E N E LA M I N A R F E N C E FA B R I C 4'-0"2'-0"FENCE LOCATION (LIMITS OFCRITICAL ROOT ZONE OR ASSHOWN ON PLANS."TREE SAVE AREA"SIGNAGE EVERY 20'-0" ME T A L S T A K E ( T Y P . ) PROPOSED 6" OF #57STONE ONGEOSYNTHETIC FABRICPROPOSEDMONOPOLE 10 ' 10 ' PR O P O S E D 2 5 ' LA N D S C A P E B U F F E R / T R E E PR E S E R V A T I O N A R E A Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 19 PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : E- 1 EL E C T R I C A L NO T E S ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION NOTES1.ALL ELECTRICAL WORK SHALL BE PERFORMED IN ACCORDANCE WITHTHE PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS, NEC AND ALL APPLICABLE LOCALCODES.2.CONDUIT ROUTINGS ARE SCHEMATIC. SUBCONTRACTOR SHALLINSTALL CONDUITS SO THAT ACCESS TO EQUIPMENT IS NOT BLOCKED.3.WIRING, RACEWAY AND SUPPORT METHODS AND MATERIALS SHALLCOMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE NEC AND TELCORDIA.4.ALL CIRCUITS SHALL BE SEGREGATED AND MAINTAIN MINIMUM CABLESEPARATION AS REQUIRED BY THE NEC AND TELCORDIA.5.CABLES SHALL NOT BE ROUTED THROUGH LADDER-STYLE CABLE TRAYRUNGS.6.EACH END OF EVERY POWER, POWER PHASE CONDUCTOR (I.E., HOTS),GROUNDING, AND T1 CONDUCTOR AND CABLE SHALL BE LABELEDWITH COLOR-CODED INSULATION OR ELECTRICAL TAPE (3M BRAND,1/2 INCH PLASTIC ELECTRICAL TAPE WITH UV PROTECTION, OR EQUAL).THE IDENTIFICATION METHOD SHALL CONFORM WITH NEC & OSHA.7.ALL ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS SHALL BE CLEARLY LABELED WITHENGRAVED LAMACOID PLASTIC LABELS. ALL EQUIPMENT SHALL BELABELED WITH THEIR VOLTAGE RATING, PHASE CONFIGURATION, WIRECONFIGURATION, POWER OR AMPACITY RATING, AND BRANCHCIRCUIT ID NUMBERS (I.E., PANELBOARD AND CIRCUIT ID'S).8.PANELBOARDS (ID NUMBERS) AND INTERNAL CIRCUIT BREAKERS(CIRCUIT ID NUMBERS) SHALL BE CLEARLY LABELED WITH ENGRAVEDLAMACOID PLASTIC LABELS.9.ALL TIE WRAPS SHALL BE CUT FLUSH WITH APPROVED CUTTING TOOL TOREMOVE SHARP EDGES.10.POWER, CONTROL, AND EQUIPMENT GROUND WIRING IN TUBING ORCONDUIT SHALL BE SINGLE CONDUCTOR (#14 AWG OR LARGER), 600V, OIL RESISTANT THHN OR THWN-2, CLASS B STRANDED COPPER CABLERATED FOR 90 °C (WET AND DRY) OPERATION; LISTED OR LABELED FORTHE LOCATION AND RACEWAY SYSTEM USED, UNLESS OTHERWISESPECIFIED.11.SUPPLEMENTAL EQUIPMENT GROUND WIRING LOCATED INDOORSSHALL BE SINGLE CONDUCTOR (#6 AWG OR LARGER), 600 V, OILRESISTANT THHN OR THWN-2 GREEN INSULATION, CLASS B STRANDEDCOPPER CABLE RATED FOR 90 °C (WET AND DRY) OPERATION; LISTEDOR LABELED FOR THE LOCATION AND RACEWAY SYSTEM USED, UNLESSOTHERWISE SPECIFIED.12.POWER AND CONTROL WIRING, NOT IN TUBING OR CONDUIT, SHALLBE MULTI-CONDUCTOR, TYPE TC CABLE (#14 AWG OR LARGER), 600 V,OIL RESISTANT THHN OR THWN-2, CLASS B STRANDED COPPER CABLERATED FOR 90 °C (WET AND DRY) OPERATION; WITH OUTER JACKET;LISTED OR LABELED FOR THE LOCATION USED, UNLESS OTHERWISESPECIFIED.13.ALL POWER AND POWER GROUNDING CONNECTIONS SHALL BECRIMP-STYLE, COMPRESSION WIRE LUGS AND WIRENUTS BY THOMASAND BETTS (OR EQUAL). LUGS AND WIRENUTS SHALL BE RATED FOROPERATION AT NO LESS THAN 75°C (90°C IF AVAILABLE).14.RACEWAY AND CABLE TRAY SHALL BE LISTED OR LABELED FORELECTRICAL USE IN ACCORDANCE WITH NEMA, UL, ANSI/IEEE, ANDNEC.15.ELECTRICAL METALLIC TUBING (EMT) OR RIGID NONMETALLIC CONDUIT(I.E., RIGID PVC SCHEDULE 40, OR RIGID PVC SCHEDULE 80 FORLOCATIONS SUBJECT TO PHYSICAL DAMAGE) SHALL BE USED FOREXPOSED INDOOR LOCATIONS.16.ELECTRICAL METALLIC TUBING (EMT), ELECTRICAL NONMETALLICTUBING (ENT), OR RIGID NONMETALLIC CONDUIT (RIGID PVC,SCHEDULE 40) SHALL BE USED FOR CONCEALED INDOOR LOCATIONS.17.GALVANIZED STEEL INTERMEDIATE METALLIC CONDUIT (IMC) SHALL BEUSED FOR OUTDOOR LOCATIONS ABOVE GRADE.18.RIGID NONMETALLIC CON D U I T ( I . E . , R I G I D P V C S C H E D U L E 4 0 O R R I G I D PVC SCHEDULE 80) SHALL B E U S E D U N D E R G R O U N D ; D I R E C T B U R I E D , I N AREAS OF OCCASIONAL L I G H T V E H I C L E T R A F F I C O R E N C A S E D I N REINFORCED CONCRETE I N A R E A S O F H E A V Y V E H I C L E T R A F F I C . 19.LIQUID-TIGHT FLEXIBLE MET A L L I C C O N D U I T ( L I Q U I D - T I T E F L E X ) S H A L L B E USED INDOORS AND OUTD O O R S , W H E R E V I B R A T I O N O C C U R S O R FLEXIBILITY IS NEEDED.20.CONDUIT AND TUBING FIT T I N G S S H A L L B E T H R E A D E D O R COMPRESSION-TYPE AND A P P R O V E D F O R T H E L O C A T I O N U S E D . SETSCREW FITTINGS ARE N O T A C C E P T A B L E . 21.CABINETS, BOXES, AND W I R E W A Y S S H A L L B E L I S T E D O R L A B E L E D F O R ELECTRICAL USE IN ACCO R D A N C E W I T H N E M A , U L , A N S I / I E E E , A N D NEC.22.WIREWAYS SHALL BE EPOX Y - C O A T E D ( G R A Y ) A N D I N C L U D E A H I N G E D COVER, DESIGNED TO SW I N G O P E N D O W N W A R D ; S H A L L B E P A N D U I T TYPE E (OR EQUAL); AND R A T E D N E M A 1 ( O R B E T T E R ) I N D O O R S , O R NEMA 3R (OR BETTER) OUT D O O R S . 23.EQUIPMENT CABINETS, TER M I N A L B O X E S , J U N C T I O N B O X E S , A N D P U L L BOXES SHALL BE GALVANI Z E D O R E P O X Y - C O A T E D S H E E T S T E E L , S H A L L MEET OR EXCEED UL 50, A N D R A T E D N E M A 1 ( O R B E T T E R ) I N D O O R S , OR NEMA 3R (OR BETTER) O U T D O O R S 24.METAL RECEPTACLE, SWITC H , A N D D E V I C E B O X E S S H A L L B E GALVANIZED, EPOXY-COA T E D , O R N O N - C O R R O D I N G ; S H A L L M E E T O R EXCEED UL 514A AND NEM A O S 1 ; A N D R A T E D N E M A 1 ( O R B E T T E R ) INDOORS, OR WEATHER P R O T E C T E D ( W P O R B E T T E R ) O U T D O O R S . 25.NONMETALLIC RECEPTAC L E , S W I T C H , A N D D E V I C E B O X E S S H A L L M E E T OR EXCEED NEMA OS 2; A N D R A T E D N E M A 1 ( O R B E T T E R ) I N D O O R S , OR WEATHER PROTECTED ( W P O R B E T T E R ) O U T D O O R S . 26.THE SUBCONTRACTOR SHA L L N O T I F Y A N D O B T A I N N E C E S S A R Y AUTHORIZATION FROM TH E C O N T R A C T O R B E F O R E C O M M E N C I N G WORK ON THE AC POWER D I S T R I B U T I O N P A N E L S . 27.THE SUBCONTRACTOR SHA L L P R O V I D E N E C E S S A R Y T A G G I N G O N T H E BREAKERS, CABLES AND D I S T R I B U T I O N P A N E L S I N A C C O R D A N C E W I T H THE APPLICABLE CODES A N D S T A N D A R D S T O S A F E G U A R D A G A I N S T LIFE AND PROPERTY.ELECTRICAL INSTALLA T I O N N O T E S C O N T . GR O U N D I N G G E N E R A L N O T E S A. AL L G R O U N D E L E C T R O D E S Y S T E M S ( I N C L U D I N G T E L E C O M M U N I C A T I O N , RA D I O , L I G H T N I N G P R O T E C T I O N , A N D A C P O W E R G E S ' S ) S H A L L B E BO N D E D T O G E T H E R , A T O R B E L O W G R A D E , B Y T W O O R M O R E C O P P E R BO N D I N G C O N D U C T O R S I N A C C O R D A N C E W I T H T H E N E C A N D A T & T ND - 0 0 0 7 1 . B. TH E S U B C O N T R A C T O R I S R E S P O N S I B L E F O R P R O P E R L Y S E Q U E N C I N G GR O U N D I N G A N D U N D E R G R O U N D C O N D U I T I N S T A L L A T I O N A S T O PR E V E N T A N Y L O S S O F C O N T I N U I T Y I N T H E G R O U N D I N G S Y S T E M O R DA M A G E T O T H E C O N D U I T . C. ME T A L R A C E W A Y S H A L L N O T B E U S E D A S T H E N E C R E Q U I R E D E Q U I P M E N T GR O U N D C O N D U C T O R . S T R A N D E D C O P P E R C O N D U C T O R S W I T H GR E E N I N S U L A T I O N , S I Z E D I N A C C O R D A N C E W I T H T H E N E C , S H A L L B E FU R N I S H E D A N D I N S T A L L E D W I T H T H E P O W E R C I R C U I T S . D. CO N N E C T I O N S T O T H E G R O U N D B U S S H A L L N O T B E D O U B L E D U P O R ST A C K E D . B A C K - T O - B A C K C O N N E C T I O N S O N O P P O S I T E S I D E S O F T H E GR O U N D B U S A R E P E R M I T T E D . E. AL U M I N U M C O N D U C T O R O R C O P P E R C L A D S T E E L C O N D U C T O R S H A L L NO T B E U S E D F O R G R O U N D I N G C O N N E C T I O N S . F. US E O F 9 0 B E N D S I N T H E P R O T E C T I O N G R O U N D I N G C O N D U C T O R S SH A L L B E A V O I D E D W H E N 4 5 B E N D S C A N B E A D E Q U A T E L Y S U P P O R T E D . IN A L L C A S E S , B E N D S S H A L L B E M A D E W I T H A M I N I M U M B E N D R A D I U S O F 8 I N C H E S . G. AL L E X T E R I O R G R O U N D C O N D U C T O R S B E T W E E N E Q U I P M E N T / G R O U N D BA R S A N D T H E G R O U N D R I N G , S H A L L B E # 2 A W G S O L I D T I N - P L A T E D CO P P E R U N L E S S O T H E R W I S E I N D I C A T E D . H. EX O T H E R M I C W E L D S S H A L L B E U S E D F O R A L L G R O U N D I N G CO N N E C T I O N S B E L O W G R A D E . C O N N E C T I O N S T O A B O V E G R A D E EX T E R I O R U N I T S S H A L L B E M A D E W I T H E X O T H E R M I C W E L D S W H E R E PR A C T I C A L O R W I T H 2 H O L E M E C H A N I C A L T Y P E B R A S S C O N N E C T O R S WI T H S T A I N L E S S S T E E L H A R D W A R E , I N C L U D I N G S E T S C R E W S . I. EX O T H E R M I C W E L D S S H A L L B E P E R M I T T E D O N T O W E R S O N L Y W I T H T H E EX P R E S S A P P R O V A L O F T H E T O W E R M A N U F A C T U R E R O R T H E CO N T R A C T O R S S T R U C T U R A L E N G I N E E R . J. AL L W I R E T O W I R E G R O U N D C O N N E C T I O N S T O T H E I N T E R I O R G R O U N D RI N G S H A L L B E F O R M E D U S I N G H I G H P R E S S C R I M P S O R S P L I T B O L T CO N N E C T O R S W H E R E I N D I C A T E D I N T H E D E T A I L S . K. AP P R O V E D A N T I O X I D A N T C O A T I N G S ( I . E . , C O N D U C T I V E G E L O R P A S T E ) SH A L L B E U S E D O N A L L C O M P R E S S I O N A N D B O L T E D G R O U N D CO N N E C T I O N S . L. AL L E X T E R I O R G R O U N D C O N N E C T I O N S S H A L L B E C O A T E D W I T H A CO R R O S I O N R E S I S T A N T M A T E R I A L . M. MI S C E L L A N E O U S E L E C T R I C A L A N D N O N - E L E C T R I C A L M E T A L B O X E S , FR A M E S A N D S U P P O R T S S H A L L B E B O N D E D T O T H E G R O U N D R I N G , I N AC C O R D A N C E W I T H T H E N E C . N. BO N D A L L M E T A L L I C O B J E C T S W I T H I N 6 F T O F T H E B U R I E D G R O U N D R I N G WI T H # 2 S O L I D A W G T I N - P L A T E D C O P P E R G R O U N D C O N D U C T O R . O. GR O U N D C O N D U C T O R S U S E D I N T H E F A C I L I T Y G R O U N D A N D LI G H T N I N G P R O T E C T I O N S Y S T E M S S H A L L N O T B E R O U T E D T H R O U G H ME T A L L I C O B J E C T S T H A T F O R M A R I N G A R O U N D T H E C O N D U C T O R , SU C H A S M E T A L L I C C O N D U I T S , M E T A L S U P P O R T C L I P S O R S L E E V E S TH R O U G H W A L L S O R F L O O R S . W H E N I T I S R E Q U I R E D T O B E H O U S E D I N CO N D U I T T O M E E T C O D E R E Q U I R E M E N T S O R L O C A L C O N D I T I O N S , NO N - M E T A L L I C M A T E R I A L S U C H A S P V C P L A S T I C C O N D U I T S H A L L B E US E D . W H E R E U S E O F M E T A L C O N D U I T I S U N A V O I D A B L E ( E . G . , S T E E L CO N D U I T P R O H I B I T E D B Y L O C A L C O D E ) T H E G R O U N D C O N D U C T O R SH A L L B E B O N D E D T O E A C H E N D O F T H E M E T A L C O N D U I T W I T H L I S T E D BO N D I N G F I T T I N G S . Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 20 PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : E- 2 EL E C T R I C A L ON E - L I N E FROM LOCAL UTILITY20 0 A 20 0 A 20 0 A "C A R R I E R " "C A R R I E R " "C A R R I E R " GE N E R A L N O T E S 1. EL E C T R I C A L C O N T R A C T O R S H A L L C O N T A C T P O W E R C O . & F I B E R C O . AN D V E R I F Y E X A C T R O U T I N G , S I Z I N G A N D C O N D I T I O N S B E F O R E TR E N C H I N G . 2. IN S T A L L A L L C O N D U I T S & E Q U I P M E N T A S S P E C I F I E D B Y P O W E R C O . & FI B E R C O . 3. VE R I F Y A L L E X I S T I N G U N D E R G R O U N D U T I L I T I E S B E F O R E T R E N C H I N G . 4. PR O V I D E N Y L O N P U L L S T R I N G S O N A L L E M P T Y C O N D U I T S . CO N D U I T & R I S E R D I A G R A M N O T E AL L R I S E R P O L E C O N D U I T S H A L L B E S U P P L I E D B Y T H E O W N E R / D E V E L O P E R AN D M U S T B E O N T H E J O B S I T E . T H E O W N E R / D E V E L O P E R S H A L L I N S T A L L TH E B O T T O M J O I N T O F G A L V A N I Z E D R I G I D S T E E L C O N D U I T A N D PO W E R C O M P A N Y W I L L I N S T A L L T H E T O P T W O ( 2 ) J O I N T S . T H E B O T T O M JO I N T O F C O N D U I T A N D 9 0 D E G R E E E L B O W S H A L L B E I N S T A L L E D B Y TH E C O N T R A C T O R A F T E R P O W E R C O . I N S T A L L S T H E R I S E R P O L E . T H E CO N T R A C T O R M U S T A L S O S U P P L Y S I X ( 6 ) T W O H O L E R I G I D S T E E L ST R A P S ( 2 S T R A P S P E R 1 0 F T J O I N T ) G R O U N D C L A M P W I L L B E P R O V I D E D AN D I N S T A L L E D B Y P O W E R C O . MU L T I - G A N G M E T E R N O T E S : E A T O N M O D E L # 1 M P 6 2 0 6 R R L B C A. TH E S E R V I C E B O X S H A L L B E L O C K A B L E W I T H P R O V I S I O N S T O A C C E P T TH E U T I L I T Y L O C K S . B. CO V E R S S H A L L B E F A S T E N E D W I T H M A C H I N E S C R E W S O R B O L T S . HI N G E D C O V E R S S H A L L N O T B E P E R M I T T E D . C. CO V E R S S H A L L H A V E T W O H A N D L E S F O R R E M O V A L . D. TH E S E R V I C E C A B L E T A P B O X S H A L L B E I N C O M P L I A N C E W I T H U T I L I T Y SE R V I C E S T A N D A R D S . SC A L E : N T S ON E - L I N E D I A G R A M IN S T A L L N A M E P L A T E W I T H 3 / 8 " M I N I M U M HE I G H T L E T T E R S O N M E T E R S O C K E T CONDUCTORS SIZED PER UTILITY COMPANYREQUIREMENTS AND LENGTH OF FINAL RUNTO SOURCE OF SERVICE. THE CONTRACTORSHALL SUPPLY AND INSTALL THEWEATHER-HEAD IF REQUIRED.STEP DOWN TRANSFORMER BY LOCAL UTILITY 120/208V, SINGLEPHASE, 3 WIRE, 60 HZ. VERIFY LOCATION WITH SERVICEPROVIDER. MOUNTED ON POLE OVERHEAD.2 SETS OF (3)#350KCMIL IN 2" CONDUITPARALLEL RUNSPROVIDE SERVICE ENTRANCE GROUND RODWITH INSPECTION WELL IN ACCORDANCE WITHNEC 250 AND LOCAL UTILITY REQUIREMENTS 60 0 A M P 3 - G A N G M E T E R P A N E L I N S T A L L E D BY C O N T R A C T O R . C O O R D I N A T E W I T H UT I L I T Y C O M P A N Y F O R M A N U F A C T U R E R AN D M O D E L . S E E M U L T I - G A N G M E T E R NO T E S F O R S P E C I F I C A T I O N ( O R EQ . / S I M I L A R ) TO CA R R I E R L E A S E A R E A Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 21 PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : E- 3 GR O U N D I N G PL A N NO R T H A R R O W W N E MP A&S KE Y E D N O T E S 00 ' SC A L E : 1 " = 2 0 ' 1. #2 A W G B A R E T I N N E D S O L I D C O P P E R E Q U I P M E N T G R O U N D R I N G BU R I E D 3 0 " B E L O W G R A D E O R 6 " B E L O W F R O S T L I N E ( W H I C H E V E R I S GR E A T E R , T Y P . ) A L L G R O U N D L E A D S C O N N E C T E D T O R I N G S H A L L B E #2 A W G B A R E T I N N E D S O L I D C O P P E R . 2. BO N D E A C H T O W E R B A S E P L A T E T O T O W E R G R O U N D R I N G P E R TO W E R M A N U F A C T U R E R S R E C O M M E N D A T I O N S ( T Y P . - 3 ) 3. PR O P O S E D 5 / 8 " X 1 0 ' - 0 L O N G C O P P E R C L A D S T E E L G R O U N D RO D S ( T Y P ) 4. PR O P O S E D I N S P E C T I O N W E L L ( T Y P . ) 5. BO N D H - F R A M E T O G R O U N D R I N G W I T H C A D W E L D C O N N E C T I O N (T Y P . 2 ) 6. PR O V I D E A # 2 / 0 A W G S O L I D B A R E T I N N E D C O P P E R C O N D U C T O R FR O M G R O U N D I N G L U G I N P R O P O S E D U T I L I T Y M E T E R A N D B O N D T O SE R V I C E E N T R A N C E G R O U N D R O D A T A P O I N T C L O S E A S P O S S I B L E . 7. GR O U N D S E R V I C E T O S E R V I C E G R O U N D R O D . 8. BO N D C H A I N L I N K F E N C E T O C L O S E S T G R O U N D R I N G W I T H C A D W E L D CO N N E C T I O N S ( T Y P . ) . 9. BO N D F E N C E & G A T E P O S T S T O G R O U N D R I N G W I T H C A D W E L D CO N N E C T I O N S ( T Y P . ) . 10 . BO N D E V E R Y O T H E R M E T A L L I C P O S T T O C L O S E S T G R O U N D R I N G W I T H CA D W E L D C O N N E C T I O N S ( T Y P . ) . GR A P H I C S C A L E GR A P H I C L E G E N D EX O T H E R M I C W E L D 5/ 8 " X 1 0 ' C O P P E R C L A D G R O U N D E L E C T R O D E ME C H A N I C A L C O N N E C T I O N 5/ 8 " X 1 0 ' C O P P E R C L A D G R O U N D E L E C T R O D E W / I N S P E C T I O N W E L L 1 20 ' 20 ' 23 4 56 7 89 10Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 22 PR O J E C T : SI T E D E V E L O P M E N T DE S I G N E R : IN S CH E C K E D : JT M JO B # : 20 K C G _ N N C - 0 0 1 7 NO . DA T E DE S C R I P T I O N LO C A T I O N : A 5/ 1 2 / 2 1 FI N A L TH E C A P E B L V D . 90 2 T H E C A P E B L V D , WI L M I N G T O N , N C 2 8 4 1 2 CT G - N C 0 0 1 0 0 8 1 3 4 . 0 7 2 9 9 2 , - 7 7 . 9 0 1 7 9 4 NE A R E S T A D D R E S S : E- 4 EL E C T R I C A L DE T A I L S SCALE: NTS GROUND ROD INSPECTION WELL 36"12"6" BELOW FROSTLINE/ 30" MIN.COPPER CLAD STEEL GROUNDROD 5/8"x 10'-0" LONG 4" -6" LOOSE CRUSHED GRAVEL BELOWWELD. WELD SHALL REMAIN VISIBLE.1" WIDE SLOT CUT SMOOTHFOR GROUND RING. EXTENDNOTCH 2" ABOVECONDUCTORCONTINUOUS GROUNDRING #2 AWG BARE TINNEDSOLID COPPER WIRE CADWELD ROD GROUNDCONNECTION TO GROUND RING REMOVABLE COVER#2 AWG BARE TINNED SOLIDCOPPER WIRE TEST LOOP.CADWELD TO GROUND RING(TYP.)SCH. 40 PVC 8" DIAMETER FINISH GRADEGRADE SC A L E : N T S GR O U N D R O D D E T A I L 6" BELOW FROSTLINE/ 30" MIN. CO P P E R C L A D S T E E L G R O U N D RO D 5 / 8 " x 1 0 ' - 0 " L O N G CO N T I N U O U S G R O U N D RI N G # 2 A W G B A R E TI N N E D S O L I D C O P P E R WI R E CA D W E L D E X O T H E R M I C WE L D C O N N E C T I O N FINISH GRA D E AN G L E D R O D A C C E P T A B L E , O N L Y IF , R O D C A N N O T B E D R I V E N VE R T I C A L D U E T O O B S T R U C T I O N S OR B E D R O C K I S E N C O U N T E R E D . 30 ° GRADE BU R I E D , N O T D R I V E N . RE P R E S E N T S T H E M A X . T I L T AN G L E O F G R O U N D R O D . 1.ONE TEST WELL SHALL BE PROVIDED BETWEEN THE TOWER GROUNDLOOP AND THE EQUIPMENT GROUND LOOP NOTESSCALE: NTS FINISH GRADE/SURFACE1.PROVIDE PVC CONDUIT BELOW GRADE EXCEPT AS NOTED.2.PROVIDE RGS CONDUIT BELOW PARKING LOTS & ROADWAYS.3.4" TYP. SEPARATION BETWEEN CONDUIT IN SHARED TRENCH. VERIFYFINAL REQUIREMENTS WITH LOCAL UTILITY COMPANY.NOTES 30" (POWER)24" (FIBER)>6" MIN. BELOWFROST LINE4" TYP.COVER6"SAND BED UNDERGROUND CONDUIT.SEE PLAN FOR QUANTITY COMPACTED BACKFILL.(FREE OF DEBRIS)6" UTILITY WARNING TAPE.BURIED 12" BELOW GRADE12"UNDISTURBED SOILUNDERGROUND CONDUIT TRENCH GRADE SC A L E : N T S UN D E R G R O U N D C O N D U I T S T U B - U P 12" FINISH GRA D E 36" >6" MIN. BELOW FROST LINE RI G I D N O N - M E T A L L I C C O N D U I T CO U P L I N G , A S A P P I C A B L E . *C A P I F N O T I N U S E T O M A K E WA T E R T I G H T W / C O N D U I T MA L E S C R E W C O V E R W I T H TE F L O N L U B R I C A N T RI G I D N O N - M E T A L L I C CO N D U I T . P R O V I D E S C H . 80 P V C O R E Q U A L . PV C A D A P T O R PV C S C H . 4 0 S I Z E A S SH O W N O N L A Y O U T TOP OF PAD 6" MIN. 1. PR O V I D E R G S C O N D U I T A N D E L B O W S A T S T U B - U P L O C A T I O N S NO T E S SC A L E : N T S FE N C E G R O U N D I N G CO N T I N U O U S G R O U N D RI N G # 2 A W G B C W CA D W E L D C O N N E C T I O N #2 A W G B C W FE N C E P O S T L E A D CA D W E L D C O N N E C T I O N Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021ITEM: 15- 13 - 23 OPPOSITION MATERIALS Board of Commissioners - August 2, 2021 ITEM: 15- 14 - 1 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 5 - 1 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 5 - 2 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 5 - 3 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 5 - 4 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 5 - 5 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 5 - 6 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 5 - 7 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 5 - 8 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 5 - 9 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 1 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 2 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 3 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 4 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 5 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 6 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 7 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 8 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 9 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 1 0 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 1 1 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 1 2 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 1 3 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 1 4 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 1 5 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 1 6 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 1 7 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 1 8 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 1 9 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 2 0 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 2 1 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 2 2 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 2 3 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 2 4 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 2 5 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 2 6 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 2 7 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 2 8 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 2 9 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 3 0 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 3 1 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 3 2 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 3 3 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 3 4 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 3 5 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 3 6 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 3 7 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 3 8 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 3 9 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 4 0 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 4 1 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 4 2 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - A u g u s t 2 , 2 0 2 1 IT E M : 1 5 - 1 6 - 4 3 Bo a r d o f C o m m i s s i o n e r s - 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