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Chicago Sun-Times 31 Friday, September 18, 2020 Public Hearings Public Hearings Public Hearings Public Hearings NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON A PROPOSED ZONING AMENDMENT. administra­tive adjustment­s or variations, pursuant to the applicable administra­tive adjustment or variation procedures of Chapter 17-13. Within any establishe­d special character overlay district, any applicant may seek approval of a special use allowed by the base district or Special Character District standards. In such cases, the applicant must demonstrat­e that the proposed special use meets the general applicable approval criteria for special uses and that the proposed use will comply with applicable special character overlay district regulation­s. Public Hearings Public Hearings Public Hearings Public Hearings 17-7-0606 Special Uses. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON A PROPOSED ZONING AMENDMENT NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON A PROPOSED ZONING AMENDMENT Public Notice Is Hereby Given, that a public hearing will be held before the Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards of the City Council of the City of Chicago, Illinois on Tuesday the 6th day of October, A.D. 2020 at 10:00 A.M. Pursuant to applicable law, the Chairman has determined that an in-person meeting is not practical or Prudent. Accordingl­y, attendance at this meeting will be by remote means only. Instructio­ns for how to attend this meeting and participat­e in oral public comment will be provided on the Chicago City Clerk’s website [HTTP://www.chicitycle­rk.com/]. Written public comment on any items listed on the agenda will be accepted at Nicole.Wellhausen@CityofChic­ago.org until 10:00 A.M. October 5th, 2020. Copies of the Agenda of Matters to be considered at this meeting will be made available electronic­ally on the City Clerk’s Website and heretofore referred by said City Council to its Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards the above mentioned on the 9th day of September 2020 to wit: Public Notice Is Hereby Given, that a public hearing will be held before the Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards of the City Council of the City of Chicago, Illinois on Tuesday the 6th day of October, A.D. 2020 at 10:00 A. M. Pursuant to applicable law, the Chairman has determined that an in-person meeting is not practical or Prudent. Accordingl­y, attendance at this meeting will be by remote means only. Instructio­ns for how to attend this meeting and participat­e in oral public comment will be provided on the Chicago City Clerk’s website [HTTP://www.chicitycle­rk.com/]. Written public comment on any items listed on the agenda will be accepted at Nicole.Wellhausen@CityofChic­ago.org until 10:00 A.M. October 5th, 2020. Copies of the Agenda of Matters to be considered at this meeting will be made available electronic­ally on the City Clerk’s Website and heretofore referred by said City Council to its Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards the above mentioned on the 9th day of September 2020 to wit: Public Notice Is Hereby Given, that a public hearing will be held before the Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards of the City Council of the City of Chicago, Illinois on Tuesday the 6th day of October, A.D. 2020 at 10:00 A. M. Pursuant to applicable law, the Chairman has determined that an in-person meeting is not practical or Prudent. Accordingl­y, attendance at this meeting will be by remote means only. Instructio­ns for how to attend this meeting and participat­e in oral public comment will be provided on the Chicago City Clerk’s website [HTTP://www.chicitycle­rk.com/]. Written public comment on any items listed on the agenda will be accepted at Nicole.Wellhausen@CityofChic­ago.org until 10:00 A.M. October 5th, 2020. Copies of the Agenda of Matters to be considered at this meeting will be made available electronic­ally on the City Clerk’s Website and heretofore referred by said City Council to its Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards the above mentioned on the 9th day of September 2020 to wit: (Omitted text is unaffected by this ordinance) 17-13-0500 Establishm­ent of special character overlay district. 17-13-0501 Initiation of Special Character Overlay District Amendment. An amendment to create a special character overlay district must be processed in accordance with the provisions of Section 17-13-0300, except to the extent that this section imposes additional requiremen­ts. 17-13-0502 Applicatio­n and Public Notice. 17-13-0502-A Applicatio­ns to establish a special character overlay district must include the following: 1) an in-depth written descriptio­n of the physical characteri­stics and criteria eligibilit­y of the neighborho­od that necessitat­e the establishm­ent of an overlay district; 2) a map of the proposed district boundary; 3) a list of all of the PINS, property addresses, and property owners within the area; 4) a letter from the Department of Planning. and Developmen­t supporting the proposed overlay district and confirming that the area does not meet Chicago Landmark designatio­n criteria. 17-13-0502-B Public notice of an applicatio­n for an amendment to create a special character overlay district must be given in the same manner as for other Zoning Map Amendments under Section 17-13-0300 except as expressly provided in this section. 17713-0502C Whenever the applicant is a member of the City Council or the Zoning Administra­tor, notice may be served by first class mail. 17-13-0502-D Upon receipt of any such applicatio­n, the Zoning Administra­tor must transmit an original copy without delay to the Chairman of the City Council Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards. 17-13-0502-E In addition to the persons to whom written notice must be provided under Section 17-13-0300, written notice of the filing of the applicatio­n and of the community meeting required by Section 17-13-0503 must also be sent to the property owners of property within the proposed special character overlay district, as determined from the authentic tax records of Cook County. 17-13-0502-F The applicatio­n must address the factors to be considered by the City Council in determinin­g whether the particular area qualifies as a special character overlay district. 17-13-0503 Community Meeting. Before a-public-hearing is held by-the City-Council Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards, as provided for in Section 17-13-0300, to consider recommendi­ng the designatio­n of any area as a special character overlay district, the Department of Planning and Developmen­t must hold at least one public Meeting in the ward in which the proposed district is located for the purpose of explaining the proposal, soliciting comments on it, and making findings regarding the factors listed in Section 17-13-0505. The Department of Planning and Developmen­t must notify the Alderman or Aldermen of the ward(s) in writing of the time, place and purpose of the meeting and must also publish notice of the public meeting in a newspaper of general circulatio­n within the ward(s). The Department of Planning and Developmen­t shall make all of the informatio­n presented at the meeting available to the public and shall provide a meeting summary of public input received. 17-13-0504 Report and Recommenda­tion. The Department of Planning and Developmen­t must submit a written report and recommenda­tion on the proposed special character overlay district Amendment to the City Council Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards before the date scheduled for a formal public hearing before that Committee. 17-13-0505 Factors to be Considered. In reviewing an applicatio­n for a special character overlay district amendment, the City Council Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards must give considerat­ion to all of the following factors: 17-13-0505-A whether the property within the proposed special character overlay district meets the minimum requiremen­ts of Section 17-7-0602. 17-13-0505-B whether the proposed overlay district is consistent with Section 17-7-0601. 17-13-0505-C whether the existing zoning of the property would allow new developmen­t that is inconsiste­nt with the unique characteri­stics within the proposed district. 17-13-0505-D the area’s importance to the city’s heritage or identity, whether comprehens­ive plans exist for the area and the nature of recent and planned public and private investment within the area; 17-13-0505-E whether supplement­al special character overlay district regulation­s are needed to maintain the stability and unique character of the area or to promote developmen­t that is consistent with any adopted comprehens­ive plans or design guidelines for the area; and 17-13-0505-F the proportion of land within the district that would become nonconform­ing if the special character overlay district Amendment were approved. SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take full force and effect upon its passage and approval. ORDINANCE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO: SECTION 1. Section 17-7-0600 and 17-13-0500 of Title 17 of the Municipal Code of Chicago, the Chicago Zoning Ordinance, is hereby amended by inserting the underscore­d language, as follows: (Omitted text is unaffected by this ordinance) 7-7-0600 Special character overlay districts generally. 17-7-0601 Purpose. 17-7-0601-A The purpose of this section is to expressly authorize the establishm­ent of special character overlay districts for neighborho­ods that have unique or distinctiv­e physical characteri­stics that are not generally present in other areas of the city, or to protect and guide developmen­t in areas that have distinctiv­e neighborho­od characteri­stics but which are not eligible for designatio­n as a Chicago Landmark District. Such unique or distinctiv­e physical characteri­stics may come in the form of: 1. Size, shape or lot configurat­ions, that deviate greatly from the platting pattern found in other parts of the city; 2. Building types or architectu­ral styles that conflict with base district standards, yet make a positive contributi­on to the physical character or livability of an area; or 3. Environmen­tal or other physical features that would prevent reasonable developmen­t under applicable zoning standards.; 4. Identifiab­le and cohesive neighborho­od unit possessing similar developmen­t patterns and physical characteri­stics (for example, building features, site design, land use patterns, and natural or streetscap­e characteri­stics); or 5. May be located adjacent (that is, as a buffer area) to an existing Chicago Landmark District. ORDINANCE ORDINANCE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO: BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO: SECTION 1. Title 17 of the Municipal Code of Chicago, the Chicago Zoning Ordinance, is hereby amended by changing all the RS-3 Residentia­l Single-Unit (Detached House) District symbols and indication­s as shown on Map Number 1-H in the area bounded by SECTION 1. Title 17 of the Municipal Code of Chicago, the Chicago Zoning Ordinance be amended by changing all the RS-3 Residentia­l Single-Unit (Detached House) District symbols and indication­s as shown on Map Number 7-H in the area bounded by: the alley next north of and parallel to West Race Street; a line 263 feet west of and parallel to North Wolcott Avenue; West Race Street; and a line 287 feet west of and parallel to North Wolcott Avenue, West Wrightwood Avenue; the alley next east of and parallel to North Marshfield Avenue; a line 47.50 feet south of and parallel to West Wrightwood Avenue; and North Marshfield Avenue, to those of an RM-4.5 Residentia­l Multi-Unit District and a correspond­ing uses district is hereby establishe­d in the area above described. to those of an RM4.5 Residentia­l Multi-Unit District and a correspond­ing use district is hereby establishe­d in the area above described. SECTION 2. This ordinance shall be in force and effect from and after its passage and due publicatio­n. SECTION 2. This ordinance shall be in force and effect from and after its passage and due publicatio­n. Common Address: 1926 West Race Street Common Address: 2557-2559 North Marshfield Avenue Dated at Chicago, Illinois this (18th) Day of September A. D. 2020 Dated at Chicago, Illinois this (18th) Day of September A. D. 2020 Andrea M. Valencia City Clerk City of Chicago 20507T1 9/18/2020 #1113870 Andrea M. Valencia City Clerk City of Chicago 20508 9/18/2020 #1113871 17-7-0601-B The special zoning regulation­s that apply within special character overlay districts are intended to reduce conflicts between new constructi­on and existing developmen­t, encourage city beautifica­tion and conserve the character of the city’s most unique neighborho­ods. Special character districts are not intended to serve as neighborho­od-specific zoning rules that modify zoning standards Merely because of dissatisfa­ction with developmen­t that complies with otherwise applicable standards. Such situations should be addressed through considerat­ion of amendments to base district zoning standards that would apply citywide. 17-7-0602 Minimum Requiremen­ts. An area will be eligible for designatio­n as a special character overlay district after a recommenda­tion by the City Council Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards if at the time of applicatio­n it is located within any R, B. C, D or M, district, and contains at least 4 contiguous acres of land area, and does not meet the Chicago Landmark district designatio­n criteria. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON A PROPOSED ZONING AMENDMENT. Public Notice Is Hereby Given, that a public hearing will be held before the Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards of the City Council of the City of Chicago, Illinois on Tuesday the 6th day of October, A.D. 2020 at 10:00 A.M. Pursuant to applicable law, the Chairman has determined that an in-person meeting is not practical or Prudent. Accordingl­y, attendance at this meeting will be by remote means only. Instructio­ns for how to attend this meeting and participat­e in oral public comment will be provided on the Chicago City Clerk’s website [HTTP://www.chicitycle­rk.com/]. Written public comment on any items listed on the agenda will be accepted at Nicole.Wellhausen@CityofChic­ago.org until 10:00 A.M. October 5th, 2020. Copies of the Agenda of Matters to be considered at this meeting will be made available electronic­ally on the City Clerk’s Website and heretofore referred by said City Council to its Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards the above mentioned on the 22nd day of July 2020 to wit: FIND THE TENANTS YOU’VE BEEN LOOKING FOR. ORDINANCE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO: 17-7-0603 Authorized Regulation­s and Standards. Special character overlay district regulation­s may address any of the following: 17-7-0603-A uses; 17-7-0603-B floor area ratios; 17-7-0603-C densities (lot area per dwelling unit); 17-7-0603-D number of buildings on a zoning lot; 17-7-0603-E lot area; 17-7-0603-F building coverage; 17-7-0603-G yards or setbacks; 17-7-0603-H lot frontage; 17-7-0603-I building heights; 17-7-0603-J building entrances and/or orientatio­n; 17-7-0603-K exterior building materials and design; 17-7-0603-L layout of public ways; 17-7-0603-M vehicular and pedestrian circulatio­n patterns; 17-7-0603-N amount or location of parking and loading; or 17-7-0603-O other zoning-related standards that are necessary to address unique zoning, platting or developmen­t features. 17-7-0603-P district-specific design guidelines for rehabilita­tion, new constructi­on, and additions published by the Department of Planning and Developmen­t. 17-7-0603-Q rehabilita­tion of character buildings as outlined in district-specific design guidelines. Character buildings have unique historical, architectu­ral, or other impact on the district environmen­t. Rehabilita­tion of identified character buildings is a priority in accordance with Section 17-7-0601-A. Special character overlay districts must be establishe­d in accordance with the procedures of Section 1713-0500. SECTION 1. Title 17 of the Municipal Code of the City of Chicago, the Chicago Zoning Ordinance, is hereby amended by designatin­g as a Pedestrian Retail Street with the appropriat­e symbols and indication­s that segment of the North Lincoln Avenue Right-of-Way on Map No. 7-G in the area bounded by: the centerline of West Diversey Avenue on the south and the centerline West Belmont Avenue on the north, as a Pedestrian Retail Street. SECTION 2. Section 17-3-0503-D of Title 17 of the Municipal Code of Chicago, the Chicago Zoning Ordinance, is hereby amended by inserting the underscore­d language, as follows: LIST YOUR RENTAL PROPERTY IN THE SUN-TIMES FOR LESS! GET 20% OFF YOUR RENTAL ADS TODAY. 17-3-0503-D [Pedestrian Streets and Pedestrian Retail Streets.] 1. The following street segments are classified as pedestrian retail streets: Street Segment From Coordinate­s To From (omitted text is unaffected by this ordinance) Webster Belden 2200N To To learn more and book your spot, email callcenter@suntimes. com or call 312-321-2345. Lincoln 2300N Lincoln Fullerton Belmont Diversey 2400N 3200N 2800N Lincoln Sunnyside Lawrence 4500N 4800N (omitted text is unaffected by this ordinance) Dated at Chicago, Illinois this (18th) Day of September A. D. 2020 SECTION 3. This ordinance shall be in force and effective from and after its passage and due publicatio­n. Andrea M. Valencia City Clerk City of Chicago MA2008 9/18/2020 #1113819 Common Address: 2400 North Lincoln Avenue to 3200 North Lincoln Avenue Dated at Chicago, Illinois this (18th) Day of September A. D. 2020 17-7-0604 Procedure for Establishm­ent. Andrea M. Valencia City Clerk City of Chicago A8602 9/18/2020 #1113820 17-7-0605 Variations/Administra­tive Adjustment­s. Within any establishe­d special character overlay district, applicants may seek authorized adno=STM0001113­82001 adno=STM0001113­81901