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ORANGE COUNTY <br />BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS <br />ACTION AGENDA ITEM ABSTRACT <br /> Meeting Date: October 6, 2020 <br /> Action Agenda <br /> Item No. 6-b <br /> <br />SUBJECT: Zoning Atlas Amendment – Parcels off Old NC Highway 86 (District 2 of <br />Settlers Point MPD-CZ) <br /> <br />DEPARTMENT: Planning and Inspections <br /> <br />ATTACHMENTS: INFORMATION CONTACT: <br />1. Map of Subject Parcels <br />2. Excerpt of August 5, 2020 Planning <br />Board Minutes and Statement of <br />Consistency <br />3. Statement of Consistency <br />4. Ordinance Amending Zoning Atlas <br /> Michael D. Harvey, Planner III (919) 245-2597 <br /> Craig Benedict, Director (919) 245-2592 <br /> <br /> <br />PURPOSE: To take action on Planning Director initiated Zoning Atlas Amendments for parcels <br />east of Old NC Highway 86, south of Interstate 40, within the Hillsborough Township of Orange <br />County. <br />Specifically, staff is proposing to rezone 8 parcels, totaling approximately 46 acres, originally <br />part of the Master Plan Development Conditional Zoning (MPD-CZ) district known as Setters <br />Point. A map of the subject parcels is contained in Attachment 1. <br />As a general reminder the public comment period for this item closed at 9:00 a.m. on September <br />24, 2020. The BOCC will not be accepting any further public comment on this item. <br />BACKGROUND: A public hearing was opened on September 15, 2020 and continued without <br />public comment to September 22, 2020 so that all members of the public signed up to speak on <br />the RTLP proposal, a separate item on the agenda, would have adequate opportunity to speak <br />and be heard by the Board. No one spoke on this item at the September 22 meeting. <br /> <br />Materials from the public hearing are available at: <br /> <br /> <br />Video from the September 22, 2020 meeting can be accessed at: <br /> <br /> <br />In accordance with Session Law 2020-3 Section 4.31(a), regarding remote meetings during <br />declared emergencies, written comments were allowed to be sent for 24-hours after the public <br />hearing was closed. <br /> <br />1