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File #: BL2021-796    Name:
Type: Bill (Ordinance) Status: Passed
File created: 6/25/2021 In control: Metropolitan Council
On agenda: 8/17/2021 Final action: 8/17/2021
Title: An ordinance amending Sections 17.12.020 and 17.40.340 of the Metropolitan Code to modify the maximum height permitted in the RM9-A and RM15-A zoning districts, to amend the standards that may be varied, and to make housekeeping amendments pertaining to Table 17.12.020D (Proposal No. 2021Z-009TX-001).
Sponsors: Kathleen Murphy
Attachments: 1. BL2021-796, 2. BL2021-796 Amendment
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An ordinance amending Sections 17.12.020 and 17.40.340 of the Metropolitan Code to modify the maximum height permitted in the RM9-A and RM15-A zoning districts, to amend the standards that may be varied, and to make housekeeping amendments pertaining to Table 17.12.020D (Proposal No. 2021Z-009TX-001).

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE AND DAVIDSON COUNTY:
Section 1. That Table 17.12.020D of Section 17.12.020 (District Bulk Tables) is hereby amended by deleting the Max. Density of 15 for the RM9-A and RM9-A-NS zoning districts and replacing it with a Max. Density of 9.
Section 2. That Table 17.12.020D of Section 17.12.020 (District Bulk Tables) is hereby amended by deleting the Max. Density of 9 for the RM15-A and RM15-A-NS zoning districts and replacing it with a Max. Density of 15.
Section 3. That Table 17.12.020D of Section 17.12.020 (District Bulk Tables) is hereby amended by deleting the Max. Height in Build-to Zone of 20 feet for the RM9-A and RM9-A-NS zoning districts and replacing it with 30 feet.
Section 4. That Table 17.12.020D of Section 17.12.020 (District Bulk Tables) is hereby amended by deleting the Max. Height in Build-to Zone of 20 feet for the RM15-A and RM15-A-NS zoning districts and replacing it with 30 feet.
Section 5. That Table 17.12.020D, Note 3.h of Section 17.12.020 (District Bulk Tables) is hereby amended by deleting Note 3.h in its entirety and replacing it with the following:
h. In the UZO:
i. Where an improved alley exists, primary vehicular access shall be taken from the alley.
ii. Any unimproved alley abutting the property that would provide direct access to an improved alley or street shall be constructed as the primary vehicular access.
iii. A parcel that is sixty feet wide or greater shall have the front facade of the building extend across at least sixty percent of the parcel's frontage.
iv. A parcel less than sixty feet wide shall have the building's front facade ext...

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