Email from committee chairman, Fran Alexander:
Not much has been happening this summer with our committee, but that doesn't mean green infrastructure matters aren't moving right along. One in particular will be on it's third and final reading at the next City Council meeting on August 3, 6pm, City Hall.
This is what is being considered for the council's vote:
- Amend Chapters 169: Physical Alteration of Land and Chapter 170: Stormwater Management, Drainage and Erosion Control: An ordinance amending Chapter 169: Physical Alteration of Land and Chapter 170: Stormwater Management, Drainage and Erosion Control of Title XV of the Code of Fayetteville (Unified Development Code), to clarify stabilization requirements, require phased construction for sites larger than 20 acres, clarify re-vegetation requirements, clarify requirements for cut and fill slopes and retaining walls, define maintenance responsibility for stormwater management systems, restrict location of dirt and topsoil storage and define stabilization practices for dirt and topsoil storage, define a qualified inspector for erosion and sediment control best management practices, and require site plans for one and two family residences to contain a plan for erosion and sediment control and final on-site drainage. This ordinance was left on the First Reading at the July 6, 2010 City Council meeting and on its second reading, July 20.
- Amend Chapter 177: Landscape Regulations: An ordinance amending Title XV: Unified Development Code of the City of Fayetteville, to amend Chapter 177: Landscape Regulations in order to modify existing requirements and regulations that address perimeter landscaping for development. This ordinance was left on the First Reading at the July 6, 2010 City Council meeting.
THE COMPLETE TEXT CAN BE ACCESSED FROM THE FRONT PAGE OF THE CITY'S WEBSITE www.accessfayetteville.org OR DIRECTLY AT:
The yellow highlighting on the document is where changes have been made, and which are being voted on . Members of this committee with interest in land use should pay special attention to this amendment so please look over it . Sarah Wrede, from the city's engineering department and who handles matters involving storm water, will be available to explain the amendment and to answer questions. We will be meeting with her next week so please come if you can.
Wednesday, July 28, 3:30 pm in Rm 111, City Hall
Also don't forget the conference next week June 29-30 that I sent notice out about last month.