Technical Review Committee Dec. 17 meeting agenda

Press release

from City of Asheville

The TRC is a forum for technical staff to meet with applicants to review proposed projects and to discuss any comments or concerns noted from TRC members’ review of plans submitted. Following the discussion between the applicants and staff, the TRC will take action on each item, making a recommendation to the Planning and Zoning Commission for approval of the project, approval with conditions, or denial. Members of the public may attend the meeting, but public comment is not allowed. Public comment is allowed during public review at the Planning and Zoning Commission.

Site development plans and project contact information can be viewed online via the City of Asheville Development Mapper program at the following web address: . Additional information can also be obtained by contacting the City of Asheville Planning and Development Department at 828.259-5831.

Major Subdivision
1. Major Subdivision review for the project identified as Craven Street Parking and Infrastructure Improvements, located off of Craven St., Emma Rd. & Hazel Mill Rd. The infrastructure project proposes to widen and improve approximately 2400 linear feet of the existing Craven St. roadway from Emma Rd. to Haywood Rd., along with associated intersection, stormwater, sidewalk, and on-street parking improvements. Project also includes the installation of a new Low Impact Development public parking lot, public greenway and stream restoration on adjacent properties. The owner is the City of Asheville, Buncombe County and New Belgium Brewery Inc., and the contact is Gabe Quesinberry. Properties are identified in the Buncombe County tax records as PIN’s 9638-88-2312, 1197, 3045, 0138; 9638-78-8092; 9638-87-1800, 5570, 9135; 9638-78-9646

Planner coordinating review – Jessica Bernstein

Other Business

2. An informal review of a proposed subdivision modification for 389 A Chunn’s Cove Rd., identified in the Buncombe County Tax Record as 9659.14-8089. Request is to allow the subdivision of an existing triplex where no legal access exists.


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