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File #: 21-024-O    Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 6/25/2021 In control: Planning and Economic Development
On agenda: 7/19/2021 Final action: 8/16/2021
Title: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE APPROVED 2014 MIXED-USE PLANNED DEVELOPMENT (MU-P) CONCEPT PLAN AT 800 EAST CENTRAL ENTRANCE TO ALLOW FOR THE CREATION OF TWO SEPARATE DEVELOPMENT SITES, AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF NEW PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES.
Attachments: 1. Attachment 1, 2. Attachment 2, 3. Attachment 3
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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE APPROVED 2014 MIXED-USE PLANNED DEVELOPMENT (MU-P) CONCEPT PLAN AT 800 EAST CENTRAL ENTRANCE TO ALLOW FOR THE CREATION OF TWO SEPARATE DEVELOPMENT SITES, AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF NEW PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES.

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CITY PROPOSAL:
The city of Duluth does ordain:
Section 1. That the subject property at 800 East Central Entrance, and as depicted in Attachment 1, be rezoned to allow for a change in the existing Concept Plan that was approved by city council on July 14, 2014, via Ordinance 10314.
Section 2. The Concept Plan is amended to show two major development sites, Parcel 1 to be retained by ISD 709, and Parcel 2 to be used for future mixed use development. In addition, a Public School Bus Storage Facility and Related Activities, District Services Center, and Facilities Building, are added as allowed uses for Parcel 1.
Section 3. That as part of the planned development process as outlined in the UDC, an approved Regulating Plan is required prior to the issuance of building permits within this development. Before the Regulating Plan may be approved by the Land Use Supervisor, the following items must have addressed:
a. Applicant shall apply for, and be granted, approval for a final plat of the entire development by the planning commission, and it must be submitted for recording to St. Louis County; and
b. The plat of the development site must include dedication of public streets as required by the City Engineer; and
c. A development agreement for the improvement of public streets, sidewalks, or trails on the site, meeting applicable city standards, shall be reviewed by the City Engineer, approved by the city council, and recorded with St. Louis County; and
d. The development agreement must require submittal of proof of financial security in the form of an automatically renewing, irrevocable Letter of Credit or cash escrow to ensure the demolition of the former Central High School within two years of the date of approval of t...

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