Erroneously zoned residential areas being brought into compliance


If any of these homes in this neighborhood off P.J. Adams Parkway were damaged or destroyed, a zoning conflict corrected at Monday’s City Council meeting would have precluded them from being rebuilt.

BRIAN HUGHES / News Bulletin
Published: Tuesday, June 24, 2014 at 04:42 PM.

CRESTVIEW — Currently, if a house is damaged or destroyed in several developments off P.J. Adams Parkway, a zoning conflict means it can’t be rebuilt.

City GIS mapping analyst and planning technician Teresa Gaillard is identifying wrongly zoned areas to bring these 1990s an early 2000s neighborhoods into compliance. In addition, she's assisting City Clerk Betsy Roy in preparing ordinances to correct the zoning.

The Crestview City Council on Monday passed seven ordinances to rezone a section of affected neighborhoods in Countryview Estates, Eagles Landing Townhomes and Southway Estates.

Seven more ordinances received their first public reading, were accepted and moved to a second reading at the July 14 council meeting. They will correct zoning in Walsh Glen Estates, Northview Estates, and, off John King Road, Shoal Terrace Estates and Beaver Creek at Stonebridge.

Several properties off Live Oak Church Road were also covered by the newly introduced ordinances.

More to come

Together, they and the approved ordinances represent the first and second of an anticipated six cycles of rezoning ordinances, city attorney Jerry Miller said.

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