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Sponsored by: Applicant <br /> f <br /> 1 <br /> CITY OF SEWARD, ALASKA <br /> PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION <br /> RESOLUTION 2013 -08 <br /> A RESOLUTION OF THE SEWARD PLANNING AND ZONING <br /> COMMISSION, GRANTING A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT TO <br /> JAMES R. WOODSIDE, dba SALTWOOD SMOKE HOUSE, TO <br /> OPERATE A COMMERCIAL SEAFOOD PROCESSING AND SMOKING <br /> BUSINESS ON USS 149, LOT 1, TRACT B, 2101 SEWARD HIGHWAY, <br /> WITHIN THE AUTO COMMERCIAL ZONING DISTRICT <br /> WHEREAS, James R. Woodside has applied for a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) to <br /> operate a seafood processing business on USS 149, Lot 1, Tract B, 2101 Seward Highway; and <br /> WHEREAS, the property is located south of Sea Lion Avenue and fronting the Seward <br /> Highway, within the Auto Commercial Zoning District (AC); and <br /> WHEREAS, in accordance with the Land Uses Allowed Table (15.10.225), commercial <br /> seafood processing businesses are allowed within the Auto Commercial Zoning District (AC) by <br /> Conditional Use Permit (CUP); and <br /> it <br /> WHEREAS, having complied with the public notification process; on May 7, 2013, the <br /> Seward Planning and Zoning Commission held the required public hearing on the Conditional <br /> Use Permit application. <br /> NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Seward Planning and Zoning <br /> Commission that: <br /> Section 1. In accordance with SCC § 15.10.320 (D), the Planning and Zoning Commission has <br /> reviewed the applicant's request for a CUP to operate a commercial seafood processing and <br /> smoking business on Lot 1, Tract B, 2101 Seward Highway, and declared the following Findings <br /> of Fact: <br /> 1. The use is consistent with the purpose of this chapter (the Seward Zoning Code) and <br /> the purposes of the zoning district. <br /> Finding: This condition has been established. <br /> The property is located within the Auto Commercial Zoning District (AC). The Auto <br /> Commercial Zone is established as a district in which to provide areas to accommodate <br /> highway oriented commercial activities such as offices, certain institutional uses, and <br /> limited personal services and retail uses requiring substantial outdoor activity, traffic and <br /> parking, and which also serve the offices and nearby residential areas, and which do not <br /> `" materially detract from nearby residential areas. Commercial seafood processing <br />