Public meetings for March 8 – 13

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The weekly public meetings calendar is a new feature for Raleigh Public Record, keeping you up to speed on what’s happening in the many public meetings going on across Raleigh every week. This calendar will be updated throughout the week, so please stay tuned for more details on the meeting agendas. – The Editor.

Monday

1 p.m. Board of Adjustment

City council chambers, Municipal Building, 222 W. Hargett St.

The board has five special use permits on the agenda:

  • A-15-09 – A request from the Joyner Realty Co. for a storage yard for towed vehicles at 7324 Capital Blvd.
  • A-30-09 – A request for a daycare at 838 Belmont Dr.
  • A-4-10  – A request for an exception from off-street parking rules at 111 Friendly Dr.
  • A-6-10 – A request for three variances for a property at 527 Haywood St. Jordan Investors LLC wants variances on parking and setbacks.
  • A-11-10 – A request for a variance on the street side yard setback for a property at 2315 Fairview Rd.

5:30 p.m. Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission

Room 305, Municipal Building, 222 W. Hargett St.

The BPAC has four items on its agenda for this week:

  • Finalizing ideas for Bike to Work Week, scheduled for May 17-21.
  • An update on sidewalk priorities.
  • Creating the commission’s website. Members will make recommendations on what to include in the initial website.
  • Setting the 2010 meeting schedule.

5:30 p.m. Historic Cemeteries Advisory Board

820 Clay St.

Tuesday

9 a.m. City Council Law & Public Safety Committee

Room 305, Municipal Building, 222 W. Hargett St.

The committee has three items on its agenda this week. The first is about a sewer backup at 5309 North Hills Dr. The second is about a fallen tree at 309 Angier Ave. And the third is the continuing discussion over the amplified entertainment ordinance.

10 a.m. Planning Commission

City council chambers, Municipal Building, 222 W. Hargett St.

Planning Commission has two items on its agenda. The first is a subdivision request for a property on Kent Road. The second is an update on the new zoning code. Commissioners will get more information on the diagnostics and approach to the Unified Development Ordinance, also known as the total rewrite to the city’s zoning code.

12 p.m. Convention Center Commission

Progress Energy Center for Performing Arts

5 p.m. City Council Public Works Committee

City council chambers, Municipal Building, 222 W. Hargett St.

Members of the public works committee will continue talking about the Honeycutt Greenway. Residents around the greenway say they are concerned about taking the trail through neighborhoods. The city council approved the plan last week, but the committee will continue trying to address issues with street crossings and cutting through neighborhoods. The committee will also talk about a proposed no parking zone for Manorbrook Road.

7 p.m. Arts Commission

Room 305, Municipal Building, 222 W. Hargett St.

Wednesday

12 p.m. Substance Abuse Advisory Commission

1 p.m. City Council Comprehensive Planning Committee

City council chambers, Municipal Building, 222 W. Harget St.

Only one item on the comp planning agenda for this week. Committee members will be talking about a text change on soil and erosion control rules.

4 p.m. Appearance Commission

Room 305, Municipal Building, 222 W. Hargett St.

Commissioners will spend most of their time this week talking about the new Unified Development Ordinance, the new zoning code. They will get the same update on diagnostics and approach as the planning commission. The commission will also talk about the 2010 Sir Walter Raleigh Awards and possible interim aesthetic improvements for the new Wake County parking deck downtown near the convention center.

Thursday

12 p.m. Mayor’s Committee for Persons with Disabilities

3:30 p.m. Transit Authority

5 p.m. Environmental Advisory Board

6 p.m. Mordecai Historical Park Advisory Board

6 p.m. Human Relations Commission

Friday

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