Series 105 2004 ORDINANCES/RESOLUTIONS
Section 105-607; Ord. 18310; Rezoning property located on the east side of U.S. Highway 63, north and south of Stadium Boulevard, extended, from District A-1 to District C-P
Bill No. B 332-04A
rezoning property located on the east side of U.S. Highway 63, north and south of Stadium
Boulevard, extended, from District A-1 to District C-P; repealing all conflicting ordinances or
parts of ordinances; and fixing the time when this ordinance shall become effective.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, AS
SECTION 1. The Zoning District Map established and adopted
by Section 29-4 of the Code
of Ordinances of the City of Columbia, Missouri, is amended so that the following property:
The West Half (W ½) of the Northeast Quarter (NE ¼) of Section Twenty (20),
Township Forty-eight (48) North, Range Twelve (12) West, of the Fifth (5th) Principal Meridian, in the
Columbia, Boone County, Missouri.
Excepting therefrom that part taken by the State of Missouri, acting by and through
Highway Commission of Missouri, under condemnation Case No. 45013 filed in the circuit court
of Boone County, Missouri, as set forth by the Report of Commissioners recorded in Book 304,
Page 581, Records of Boone County, Missouri.
And also excepting therefrom that part taken by the State of Missouri, acting by and
State Highway Commission of Missouri, under Condemnation Case No. 56044 filed in the circuit
Court of Boone County, Missouri, as set forth by the Report of commissioners recorded in Book
432, Page 64, Records of Boone County, Missouri.
And also excepting therefrom that part conveyed to GBO, L.C., a Missouri limited liability
company, by Warranty Deed dated January 18, 2000 and recorded in Book 1593, Page 220,
Records of Boone County, Missouri.
will be rezoned and become a part of District C-P (Planned Business District) and taken
from District A-1 (Agricultural District). The property may be used for all of the permitted uses
in District C-3 except the following: halfway houses; gun ranges; drive-in theaters; live adult
entertainment; pornography shops, head shops, or other shops selling drug paraphernalia;
massage parlors (not including licensed massage therapists); tattoo parlors; labor camps;
manufacturing of explosives or flammable liquids; freight terminals; kennels; travel trailer or
mobile home parks; junk yards; lumber yards; stock yards; landfills, garbage dumps, or trash
incinerators; packing houses or slaughterhouses; any use producing dust or fly ash in excessive
quantities; manufacture, compounding, or processing of hazardous materials; outside repair of
vehicles or equipment; cement, asphalt, or concrete plants; commercial uncovered parking;
sanitariums; mortuary; tree trimming and removal services; armories; bus station; newspaper
publishing plant; temporary shelters; cemeteries; boarding houses or lodging houses; fraternity or
sorority houses and dormitories; bars, cocktail lounges, nightclubs; billiard halls and game
arcades; hotels; bowling alleys; motels; private stables; commercial laundries; coin-operated
laundries; motor vehicle sales or trailer sales and service; reservoirs, wells, water towers, filter
beds, water supply plants, or water pumping stations; machine shops; research and development
laboratories; testing laboratories; service stations, except that a fuel station in conjunction with
convenience store shall not be excluded, providing all fuel storage tanks are located
underground; automobile repair facilities, except that automobile quick-lube and muffler/brake
service facilities shall not be excluded, providing all repairs are within an enclosed building; and,
car washes, coin-operated or attendant-operated, except that a car wash in conjunction with a
convenience store shall not be excluded.
SECTION 2. The rezoning of the property described in Section
1 is subject to the following
1. The developer will submit a traffic
study prior to or in conjunction with its C-P Plan.
2. Residential units, offices, restaurants,
and all buildings with footprints smaller than 10,000
square feet (unless such building is being built as a franchise with its own building prototype,
such as a Taco Bell franchise type building) will have pitched roofs.
3. The developer will include in its
C-P Plan light poles that are a maximum height of twenty
(20) feet. All such lights will be shielded to direct illumination away from residences, public
streets, and other public areas, and wall packs will not be used.
4. Developer shall provide a description
satisfactory to the council of the overall intent with
respect to development of property (but not an overall plan).
SECTION 3. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict
with the provisions of this
ordinance are hereby repealed.
SECTION 4. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect
from and after its passage.
PASSED this 15th day of November, 2004.