January, 2021
Planning Commission
Meeting Information

Below is the monthly archive for the January 14, 2021, Planning Commission meeting, including the final agenda, case files, and all correspondence for each case.

Agenda

Available 6 days prior to the meeting

The agenda contains maps, staff reports, site plans, correspondence and other supporting documents related to cases under consideration.

Agenda Updates

Updates to the January, 2021 meeting materials and/or the agenda itself were made available below.

  • Automatic Postponements / Withdrawals
    Items listed on the current agenda that have been postponed until a future meeting.
    Available Tuesday before the meeting
  • Additions, Changes, and Corrections
    Agenda updates, additional information, and public input are published beginning Tuesday afternoon before the meeting.
    Check this page frequently for updates
  • Agenda Review Meeting
    Commissioners meet to discuss the items to be heard at the monthly meeting.
    Open to the public.
    Scheduled for 11:30 a.m. on the Tuesday prior to the monthly meeting
  • Requests for Postponements / Withdrawals / Tablings
    Items requiring a vote of the Planning Commission to be postponed, withdrawn, or tabled during the meeting.
    Available the day of the Meeting

Public Comments

Actions from the January, 2021 meeting

1-A-21-AC Approved

Approve closure of the unnamed alley located between W. Oldham Ave. and W. Woodland Ave.


1-A-21-OB No Action

Commission Chair Pat Phillips noted that he as Chair and Commissioner Scott Smith as Vice Chair hold seats on the Executive Committee. He appointed Comms. Tamara Boyer, Tim Hill and Chris Ooten to serve on the Executive Committee for the calendar year 2021.


1-A-21-SU Approved

APPROVE the Master Sign Plan for Tennova Health Park as presented in this application, subject to 3 conditions.


1-B-21-SU Approved

APPROVE the request for a two-family dwelling in the RN-2 zone, subject to 3 conditions.


1-B-21-UR Approved

APPROVE the request for a veterinary clinic with approximately 1,750 square feet of floor area, as shown on the development plan, subject to 3 conditions.


1-C-21-SU Approved

APPROVE the request to expand the existing residential drug/alcohol treatment facility from 46 to 61 beds and a total floor area of approximately 22,000 square feet and the conversion of an existing accessory structure to a group room that is approximately 768 square feet, subject to 6 conditions.


1-C-21-UR Approved

APPROVE the request for a veterinary clinic with approximately 1,600 square feet of floor area, as shown on the development plan, subject to 2 conditions.


1-D-21-PA Approved

Approve MDR/O (Medium Density Residential/Office) because it is consistent with the surrounding development.


1-D-21-RZ Approved

Approve RA (Low Density Residential) zoning because it is consistent with the Northwest County Sector Planís Low Density Residential designation and with the surrounding development and adjacent zoning.


1-D-21-SP Approved

Approve MDR/O (Medium Density Residential/Office) because it is consistent with the surrounding development.


1-E-21-RZ Approved

Approve PR (Planned Residential) zoning with a density of 2.51 du/ac because it is consistent with the North City Sector Planís LDR designation, and retain the F (Floodway Overlay District).


1-F-21-PA Approved

Approve the BP-1 (Business Park Type 1) designation because it is consistent with surrounding development and complies with a new City policy when only a secondary use is located on a property.


1-F-21-RZ Approved

Approve PC (Planned Commercial) zoning for the entirety of both parcels because it would allow commercial development with site plan review at this location.


1-F-21-SP Approved

Approve MU-SD ECO-6 (Mixed Use Special District, Asheville Highway Mixed Use Agricultural, Commercial, Office and Residential Districts). (Applicant requested GC (General Commercial)).


1-F-21-UR Approved

APPROVE the request for the existing food services business with approximately 76,000 sqft of floor area and the parking lot expansion, as shown on the development plan, subject to 5 conditions.


1-G-21-PA Approved

Approve the MU-SD, MU-CC20 (Mixed Use-Special District, Sutherland Southside) designation since it is consistent with surrounding development.


1-G-21-UR Approved

APPROVE the request for the Restaurant with approximately 4,990 sqft of floor area, as shown on the development plan, subject to 6 conditions.


1-H-21-PA Approved

Approve LI (Light Industrial) / HP (Hillside Protection) since it is a minor extension and consistent with adjacent development.


1-H-21-RZ Approved

Approve A (Agricultural) zoning for the portion of the property zoned RA (Low Density Residential), because it is consistent with the South County Sector Plan's AG (Agricultural) and the HP (Hillside Protection) overlay.


1-H-21-SP Approved

Approve the BP-1 (Business Park Type 1) designation because it is consistent with surrounding development and complies with a new City policy when only a secondary use is located on a property.


1-I-21-PA Approved

Approve O (Office) since it is a minor extension and consistent with adjacent development.


1-I-21-RZ Approved

Approve I-MU (Industrial-Mixed Use) zoning because it is consistent with surrounding development and would not result in adverse impacts.


1-I-21-SP Approved

Approve the MU-SD, MU-CC20 (Mixed Use-Special District, Sutherland Southside) designation since it is consistent with surrounding development.


1-J-21-RZ Approved

Approve C-G-2 (General Commercial) zoning because it is consistent with adjacent zoning and would provide for a single zone on the property once it is replatted.


1-J-21-SP Approved

Approve LI (Light Industrial) / HP (Hillside Protection) since it is a minor extension and consistent with adjacent development.


1-K-21-RZ Approved

Approve I-G (General Industrial) / HP (Hillside Protection) since it is a minor extension, consistent with the adjacent development and a reduced land disturbance is recommended for the site.


1-K-21-SP Approved

Approve O (Office) since it is a minor extension and consistent with adjacent development.


1-L-21-RZ Approved

Approve O (Office) since it is a minor extension and consistent with the adjacent development.


1-A-21-SNC Approved

Approve the name change from Leroy Avenue to Marion Street as requested by the City of Knoxville Engineering Department.


1-B-21-SNC Approved

Approve the name change from Val Street to Marion Street as requested by the City of Knoxville Engineering Department.


11-D-20-RZ Approved

Approve RN-5 (General Residential Neighborhood Zoning District) because it is consistent with the surrounding development.


11-E-20-SP Denied

Deny GC (General Commercial) designation because it is not consistent with the surrounding development or zoning.


11-J-20-RZ Denied

Deny C-G-1 (General Commercial) zoning because it is not consistent with surrounding zoning and would set a precedent for a lesser level of C-G zoning in this area.


11-M-20-RZ Denied

Deny CA (General Business) zoning because it is not compatible with the sector plan and could create adverse impacts for the surrounding agricultural and low density residential area.