Planning Commission June 22 Regular Meeting Agenda
CITY OF SOUTHFIELD
REGULAR MEETING OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION
JUNE 22, 2022
26000 EVERGREEN ROAD, SOUTHFIELD, MI
A. Call to Order
Pledge of Allegiance
B. Approval of the Agenda
C. Announcements and Communications
D. Public Hearings
1. PSLU22-0002 is a Special Use Request of Rosetta Building Company to allow for a stand-alone Culver’s restaurant with drive-thru on property located at Sidwell Parcel 2412-153-019, on the southeast corner of Southfield Road and Windflower, Section 12, City of Southfield, Oakland County, State of Michigan.
2. PZR22-0001 is a Rezoning Request of Kiwi Hospitality, LLC, to rezone 1.41 acres of land from B-3 General Business to OS Office Service, property located at 26620 Franklin Road, Sidwell Parcels 2420-201-015 and Part of 2420-201-016 on the west side of Telegraph Road between the M-10 Lodge Freeway and Swanson, Section 20, City of Southfield, Oakland County, State of Michigan.
3. PZRODD22-0002 is a Rezoning Request to establish an Overlay Development District with Development Agreement of Friedman Real Estate, for 11.175 acres of land for the construction of a mixed-use development on property located at 27400 Northwestern Highway, Sidwell Parcel 2416-302-031, on the north side of the Northwestern Hwy Service Drive between Bell Road and Telegraph Road, Section 16, City of Southfield, Oakland County, State of Michigan.
4. PZRODD22-0003 is a Rezoning Request to amend an existing Overlay Development District with Development Agreement of Southfield Road LLC, for 2.0 acres of land on property located at 30215 Southfield Road, Sidwell Parcel 2411-226-022, on the west side of Southfield Road between and Evergreen Road, Section 22, City of Southfield, Oakland County, State of Michigan.
5. PZTA22-0002 is a Council-initiated Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to amend Title V, Zoning and Planning, Chapter 45, Zoning, of the Code of the City of Southfield by adding a new Section 5.22-3-2 Mixed Use Corridor District (MUCD) to the Zoning Ordinance to allow properties eligible for MUCD to be developed under more flexible standards, and any other amendments that may become necessary as needed for the above and the City of Southfield.
The intent of this District is to authorize the use of Mixed Use Corridor District (MUCD) regulations for the purposes of: encouraging the use of land in accordance with its character and adaptability; to act as a buffer between adjoining non-residential and residential areas, and to ensure that new development is compatible in use, scale, and design with the transitional function of the District; permit moderate-density, multiple-family (middle housing) residential uses, along with small-scale commercial uses and mixed-use developments that will primarily serve the day-to-day needs of residents in nearby neighborhoods and residential complexes; and encourages innovation in land use planning; providing enhanced housing, employment, walkability, traffic circulation and recreational opportunities for the residents of Southfield; ensuring compatibility of design and use between neighboring properties; and, encouraging development that is consistent with Sustainable Southfield.
E. Site Plans
1. PSP22-0005 is a Site Plan Review Request of Rosetta Building Company to allow for the construction of a 3,873 gsf stand-alone Culver’s restaurant with drive-thru and other site amenities on property located at Sidwell Parcel 2412-153-019, on the southeast corner of Southfield Road and Windflower, Section 12, City of Southfield, Oakland County, State of Michigan.
2. PSP22-0006 is a Site Plan Review Request of Kiwi Hospitality, LLC to convert the existing 5-story hotel to an assisted living/memory care facility on property located at 26620 Franklin Road, Sidwell Parcel 2420-201-015 and Part of 2420-201-016, on the west side of Telegraph Road between M-10 Lodge Freeway and Swanson, Section 20, City of Southfield, Oakland County, State of Michigan.
F. Approval of Minutes: May 11, 2022 Study Meeting and May 25, 2022 Regular Meeting
G. Public Comment – A person addressing the Commission shall be limited to a period of three (3) minutes unless such period of time is extended by the presiding officer or by majority vote of the Commission.
The following Rules of Procedure have been established for all speakers:
- No speaker may make personal or impertinent attacks upon any officer, employee, or Planning Commission member, that is unrelated to the manner in which the officer, employee, or Planning Commission member, performs his or her duties.
- No person shall use abusive or threatening language toward any individual when addressing the Planning Commission.
Any person who violates this section shall be directed by the presiding officer to be orderly and silent. If a person addressing the Planning Commission refuses to become silent when so directed, such person may be deemed by the presiding officer to have committed a “breach of the peace” by disrupting and impeding the orderly conduct of the public meeting of the Planning Commission and may be ordered by the presiding officer to leave the meeting. If the person refuses to leave as directed, the presiding officer may take whatever
actions are necessary to remove the person from the meeting. Call in number for Communication will be provided the night of the meeting.