WILSON COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION
Friday, February 21, 2020 Meeting
CALL TO ORDER
APPROVAL OF MINUTES: January 17, 2020
Revised: Amendment to the Wilson County Zoning Ordinance Article 2 Definitions, adding definition for accessory dwelling unit. Article 5 Zoning Districts, permitting accessory dwelling units within the R-1, R-2, A-1 and A-2 zone districts. (attached)
Site Plan-Rooms to Go @ Cedar Farms directional signs 1 lot
125 Logistics Drive 138/32.04
Rezoning of property request: City of Mt. Juliet planning region/urban growth boundary to be presented on Thursday, February 20, 2020, City of Mt. Juliet Planning Commission, Mt. Juliet City Hall, 2425 N Mt Juliet Rd, Mt. Juliet, TN 37122, 6:30 p.m.
Applicant: Norman Chrisman requesting to rezone approximately 2.00 acres from (A-1) Agricultural to (C-2) General Commercial, the properties are located on unaddressed property on Karen Drive and 9127 Lebanon Road referenced by Wilson County Tax Map 54 Parcels 64.00 and 65.00. District 4 Commissioner: Chad Barnard
Rezoning of property request: Russell Thompson requesting to rezone approximately 25 acres from (R-1) Rural Residential to (I-1) Industrial the properties are located at 3876 Murfreesboro Road and 3994 Murfreesboro Road referenced by Wilson County Tax Map 114 Parcels 27.01 and 43.01. District 12 Commissioner: Terry Ashe
01.) Site Plan-Verizon Wireless “Turner Tower” co-location 1 lot
2923 Sparta Pike 105/9.00
District 7 Commissioner: Terry Scruggs zoned A-1
02.) Sketch Plat-Armstrong Subdivision 49 lots
2710 S. Mt. Juliet Road 99/99.01
District 16 Commissioner: Diane Weathers zoned R-1
03.) Sketch Plat-Canebrake Subdivision 315 lots
Georgetown Drive & Devonshire Drive 74/3.00; 4.00
District 2 Commissioner: Cyndi Bannach zoned R-1 & R-2
04.) Prelim; Horse Thief Hollow LTD Property 5 lots
Hearn Hill Road 130/13.03
District 9 Commissioner: Sara Patton zoned A-1
05.) Final-David Lawrence Property 7 lots
Hearn Hill Road 130/12.00
District 9 Commissioner: Sara Patton zoned A-1
06.) Final-Needmore Green Subdivision 7 lots
North Greenhill Road & Needmore Road 53/22.00; 23.00; 24.00; 22.01; 22.02
District 8 Commissioner: Kevin Costley zoned R-1
Plats for affirmation:
Consolidation-Hickory Point Phase 1 lots 63 & 64 2 lots
Gambill Cove Tubbs Road 12N/D/5.00; 6.00
Final-Lester Property & Hobbs Property 1 lot
Hamilton Chambers Road 37/22.15; 22.21
Subdv.; Elenora Estates Lot 10 2 lots
Maple Hill Road 45A/A/10.00
Withdrawn by applicant
Rsb.; Gill Estate Tract 4 1 lot
Sugar Flat Road 60/35.07
Rsb.; Greenwood Acres Lots 7 & 8 and Cindy Property 1 lot
Sparta Pike 91/63.02; 63.03
As part of the ongoing required training for the members of the Wilson County Board of Zoning Appeals and the Wilson County Planning Commission the Wilson County Planning Department has arranged for a Continuing Education Training Session. The guest speaker for the seminar will be Mr. George Dean with Tune, Entrekin, White, Attorneys at Law. Mr. Deans practice areas are Land Use & Zoning, Litigation, Eminent Domain, Environmental
This session will be held Tuesday, March 24, 2020 from 6:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. in the County Commission room of the Wilson County Courthouse
There will be no registration fee.
Dinner will be served.
A RESOLUTION AMENDING THE WILSON COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING DEFINITION FOR ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS AND ENACTING CERTAIN ZONING CRITERION AND REGULATIONS CONJUNCTION WITH THE USE OF THESE TWO TERMS.
WHEREAS, Wilson County Government seeks to protect the general health, safety, and welfare of the public at large; and,
WHEREAS, the current version of the Wilson County Zoning Ordinance was passed and adopted in January 22, 1990 for the purposes of carrying out the above stated intent; and,
WHEREAS, the current Zoning Ordinance went into effect on March 5, 1990; and,
WHEREAS, the need has arisen to provide additional protections for Wilson County
Residential and Commercial neighboring property owners and the general public, regarding health and safety and general welfare; and,
WHEREAS, the zoning Ordinance seeks to provide certain economic and social advantages that result from and orderly and planned development; and,
WHEREAS, the need has arisen for definition and provisions Accessory Dwelling Units and the regulation thereof, and;
WHEREAS, a public hearing was held before the County Commission on ___________________ regarding this matter;
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the following section and related amendments be amended to the Wilson County Zoning Ordinance as follows:
Under ARTICLE 2 – DEFINITIONS
Add the Following Definition as shown in bold Italics:
ACCESSORY DWELLING UNIT – A detached structure to be used in a capacity that is secondary and accessory to a primary residential structure on the same property for the purposes of establishing a one-bedroom efficiency dwelling for any number of purposes. Such uses routinely include Grandmother suites, in-laws’ quarters, guest houses, pool houses, servants, caretakers’, or housekeepers’ quarters, etc. Such Dwelling units must be below 900 square feet in total dedicated space used for the elements of the dwelling unit (bedroom or sleeping quarters area, accessory kitchen area, accessory bathroom area, and any accessory dining area, accessory living room or entertaining area). Accessory Dwelling Units will have paid any necessary Adequate Facilities Tax to offset the cost of public improvements to serve this additional dwelling unit in order to be considered compliant with the Wilson County Zoning Resolution.
Such use is differentiated from a two family dwelling as defined by the Wilson County Zoning resolution by being within a detached structure and by total area dedicated to such use falling below 900 square feet when accounting for a ONE bedroom sleeping quarters, the secondary kitchen area, the secondary bathroom area and any secondary dining area, living room, or entertaining area associated
ADD the following language at the appropriate alphabetized location within the definitions section of the Zoning Resolution:
UNDER ARTICLE 5 ZONING DISTRICTS:
IN THE R-1 RURAL RESIDENTIAL ZONE DISTRICT SECTION 5.10; THE R-2 SUBURBAN RESIDENTIAL ZONE DISTRICT SECTION 5.12; THE A-1 AGRICULTURAL ZONE DISTRICT SECTION 5.20; THE A-2 AGRICULTURAL PRESERVATION ZONE DISTRICT SECTION 5.22;
Add the following language under Permitted Uses after the uses listed in Item A:
A-1: ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS – Must have adequate septic capacity to accommodate the addition of one bedroom to accommodate this one-bedroom unit OR be on a Sanitary Sewer System. Must be no more than 900 square feet in size when accounting for the bedroom or sleeping quarters, accessory kitchen area, accessory bathroom area, and any associated dining room, living or entertaining area; commonly referred to as the total heated area. Adequate Facilities Taxes will also be required to be paid when such accessory facilities are to be established on a residential site.
Accessory Dwelling Units MUST have permanent separate connection to all public utilities and will comply with permanent foundation provisions found in SECTION 3.12.04 of the Wilson County Zoning Resolution in accordance with the language for principle single family and two-family residential structures. Total number of accessory Dwelling units permitted on a property is limited to one.
No Accessory Dwelling Unit may be used as a Bed and Breakfast/Inn (or Short-term Rental) without receiving approval from the Board of Zoning Appeals to do so.
All structures proposed for use an accessory dwelling unit must be compliant with building codes as determined by the Chief Building Inspector.
Where Accessory Dwelling Units are proposed; all parking of vehicles associated with the entirety of the residential use on property should occur on the private property and not on the Public Right of Way on a regular basis.
After each relocation, deletion, or addition to the zoning resolution; insert the following language:
Revised ( insert approval date), Resolution ( insert resolution #).
If any part of this resolution is deemed to be invalid or unconstitutional by any court of competent jurisdiction, such holding shall not affect any other section, clause, provision, or portion of this regulation which is not of itself invalid or unconstitutional.
The above listed amendments shall take effect upon approval of this amendment; the general welfare of the public requiring it. No part of this regulation shall have any impact on pre-existing use on appeal approvals. The Regulations in place at the time of approval of such activities shall take precedent.
Planning Commission Date of Approval/Denial _____
Planning & Zoning Committee date of approval/denial ___________________
County Commission Date of Approval/Denial: