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File #: O-399-19    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Approved
File created: 8/16/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 8/20/2019 Final action: 8/20/2019
Title: Revocation of the Special Use Permit for Used Auto Sales for a site located at 4154, 4158 and 4160 Monroe Street, in the City of Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio; and declaring an emergency.
Attachments: 1. Plan Commission Report, 2. Audio: Zoning & Planning Committee 8/14/2019, 3. Audio: TCPC 7/11/2019, 4. Audio: City Council 8/20/2019
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Zoning & Planning Committee

Title
Revocation of the Special Use Permit for Used Auto Sales for a site located at 4154, 4158 and 4160 Monroe Street, in the City of Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio; and declaring an emergency.

Summary
SUMMARY & BACKGROUND:
By request (SUP-10010-13) filed with the City of Toledo Central Permit Center, a request to revoke a Special Use Permit for used auto sales for a site located at 4154, 4158 and 4160 Monroe Street, in the City of Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio; was submitted to the Toledo City Plan Commission for its review and recommendation.

On August 14, 2019, Toledo City Council, Planning and Zoning Committee reviewed, and sent as approved a revocation of the Special Use Permit for a used auto sales facility for a site located at 4154, 4158 and 4160 Monroe Street,, City of Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio; and all other things required by law to be done, have been done.

City Council requested a review and possible revocation of SUP-10010-13, granted by Ordinance 70-14 for a used auto sales facility, located at the corner of Monroe Street and Harley Road. City Council has concerns that the business is being operated in a manner that is inconsistent with the approved plan, zoning code and the conditions of approval. The Special Use Permit process recognizes that certain businesses having the right to be located within certain districts also have extenuating circumstances or additional effects on the surrounding community. Therefore additional criteria and conditions are often included to reduce the effects on neighboring properties. The original SUP was granted in 2014. In 2016, lack of compliance with the approved SUP resulted in the re-review of the Special Use Permit. The Plan Commission considered the re-review at their March 10, 2016 meeting and set a compliance date of July 14, 2016. Following the July 2016 hearing, the applicant began to work towards bringing the site into compliance with Ordinance 70-14. T...

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