Kaye Graybeal, historic preservation planner for the Knoxville – Knox County Metropolitan Planning Commission, sent out an update on Friday, July 14 concerning the likely sequence of meetings on the H-1 study currently underway assessing the feasibility of extending local H-1 zoning protections to more of the original Edgewood-Park City National Historic District.
See forwarded message below from Kaye’s Edgewood-Park City Stakeholder e-mail distribution list:
From: Kaye Graybeal <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, Jul 14, 2017 at 2:41 PM
Subject: Anticipated schedule for public meeting review of Edgewood-Park City H-1 expansion proposal
To: “kaye.graybeal” <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Dear Edgewood-Park City stakeholder, Thank you for your attendance and participation in meetings, workshops, and public forums sponsored by MPC and Knox Heritage on the subject of a historic district overlay expansion and design guidelines update — since at least January of this year. I know that many of you have been involved in community meetings and discussing these topics since 2014.
Following is a link to 6.29.17 Design Guidelines Workshop Presentation:
The anticipated public meeting review schedule is the following. It is possible that the schedule may
change to be a month later, but not a month earlier. I will strive to keep all of you updated via this e-mail list, and you can find any updates on this schedule at: http://www.knoxmpc.org/edgewood-parkcity/
and on the PCO Facebook page.
August 17, 2017 -Review and recommendation on technical merit by HZC
September 14, 2017 – Review and recommendation by MPC (mailed notices to go out)
October 10, 2017 – City Council public hearing
October 24, 2017 – City Council second reading?