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All development projects proposed in Albany must comply with the City's Unified Sustainable Development Ordinance (USDO). The USDO, in coordination with the Albany 2030 Comprehensive Plan, includes zoning code updates and a streamlined, user-friendly process that aims to secure successful (re)development in the City.
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ZTA 0014 Councilmember Judy Doesschate Zoning Text Amendment - Amendment to the Unified Sustainable Development Ordinance (USDO) to extend the suspension of the Low-Impact Development Incentive until June 30, 2021.
ZTA 0013 Councilmember Thomas Hoey Zoning Text Amendment - Amendment to the Unified Sustainable Development Ordinance (USDO) to repeal Section 375-5(E)(14)(iii) and amend Sections 375-5(E)(1)(C) and 375-5(E)(17) to require that all approvals or conditions required and imposed by City, County, State or Federal agencies or departments be met before building and demolition permits are issued.
ZTA 0012 Christopher Spencer, Chief Planning Official Zoning Text Amendment - Amendment to the Unified Sustainable Development Ordinance (USDO) to change parking lots from an accessory to a conditional use in the MU-CU district, along with the addition of corresponding use-specific standards.
ZTA 0011 Christopher Spencer, Chief Planning Official Amendment to the Unified Sustainable Development Ordinance (USDO) to include a use classification for “Blood Plasma Center”, along with corresponding use specific standards and definition.
ZTA 0009 Albany Common Council Zoning Text Amendment - Amendment to the USDO: Suspend the low impact development incentive.
ZTA 0008 Chris Spencer, Chief Planning Official Zoning Text Amendment - Amendment to the USDO: Establish aesthetic review criteria for the installation of small wireless facilities.
ZTA 0007 Chris Spencer, Chief Planning Official Zoning Text Amendment - Amendment to the USDO: Pursuant to the initial evaluation period established in §375-5(E)(24)(d)(i).
ZTA 0006 Chris Spencer, Chief Planning Official Zoning Text Amendment - Amendment to the USDO Map: Change in recognition of Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) Case No. 17-02-1160P altering the boundaries of the FP-O (Floodplain Overlay) district.
ZTA 0005 Hon. Richard Conti Zoning Text Amendment - Amendment to the USDO: Allow Artisan Manufacturing in the Mixed-Use Neighborhood Edge (MU-NE) district subject to a Conditional Use Permit.
ZTA 0004 Hon. Judy Doesschate Zoning Text Amendment - Amendment to the USDO: Reduce the size of allowable signs within residential zone districts and to require the removal of obsolete signs.
ZTA 0003 Hon. Richard Conti, Hon. Cathy Fahey Zoning Text Amendment - Amendment to the USDO: Conditional Use Permit for new construction of townhouse dwelling having three dwelling units in the R-T (Townhouse) zoning district and qualify the minimum standards to allow such construction.
ZTA 0002 Chris Spencer, Chief Planning Official Zoning Text Amendment - Amendment to the USDO: Proposed addition of a use classification “Blood Plasma Center,” along with corresponding use specific standards and definition.
ZTA 0001 Chris Spencer, Chief Planning Official Zoning Text Amendment - Amendment to the USDO: Proposed division of the existing use classification “Controlled Substance Dispensary” to new use classifications “Marijuana Dispensary” and “Methadone Dispensary.” Use Specific Standards and Definitions will be added and adjusted accordingly.
ZMA 0007 10,15,33,37,45 Krank Street; 1,4,6,7,8,9,10,11,13,15 Scott Street; 2,4,8,10,12,16.5,17,18,20,22,24,32 Leonard Street; 76,84,86,88,90 Second Avenue Corey Jones, South End Development Zoning Map Amendment - Amendment to the Zoning Map to amend the zoning classification of the subject properties from R-T (Townhouse) and MU-NE (Mixed-Use, Neighborhood Edge) to MU-CI (Mixed-Use, Campus/Institutional).
ZMA 0006 1144 Western Avenue Councilmember Thomas Hoey & Michael Paparian Zoning Map Amendment amending the zoning classification of the subject property from R-M (Multifamily) to MU-NC (Mixed-Use Neighborhood Center).

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