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Meeting Name: Planning Commission Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/1/2023 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Location City Hall Council Chamber
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
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24-1518 1  Land Use and Development (Planning Commission Items)The November 1, 2023, Alexandria Planning Commission Special Public Hearing will be held in the Council Chamber (301 King Street, Room 2400 Alexandria, Virginia, 22314) and electronically. Members of the Planning Commission and staff are participating in-person. The November 1 Planning Commission Special Public Hearing can be accessed by the public in the City Council Chamber, through the live broadcast on the government Channel 70, streaming on the City's website, and can be accessed via Zoom Webinar by the following links: Translation Services in Amharic, Arabic and Spanish will be provided for the November 1 Special Planning Commission Public Hearing: November 1 Planning Commission (Public Hearing Zoom Webinar Information): The Webinar will open at 6:30 p.m. to allow individuals to join, while the Planning Commission Hearing will begin at approximately 7:00 p.m. Registration Link: Webinar ID: 992 8131 8759 Webinar Passcode: 825210 Dial-in number: 301-715-8592 Individuals in need of Translation Services for   Action details Not available
24-1519 12 Land Use and Development (Planning Commission Items)Master Plan Amendment #2023-00005 Zoning Text Amendment #2023-00007 2020-2021 Housing Policy Amendments Zoning For Housing/Housing For All Initiatives (A) Initiation of a Master Plan Amendment; and (B) Public Hearing and consideration of amendments to all chapters of the Alexandria Master Plan to: (1) amend the following sentence wherever it occurs, from "Areas of the City currently zoned residential should remain zoned for residential use at no higher than their current density” to "Areas of the City currently zoned residential should remain zoned for residential use;" (2) incorporate the following notes in all Master Plan chapters: “References to low density will continue to refer to development configuration that limits overall building height and lot coverage compatible with the existing neighborhood” and “Ensure race and social equity is ‘incorporated and centered in all planning’ per City Council’s Resolution 2974 including, but not limited to, all references to preserving and protecting neighborhoods and character”; and (3) amend the Housing Master Plan, Zoning Tools Section   Action details Not available