2017 Development Review Projects

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TOWN COUNCIL QUASI-JUDICIAL HEARINGS

Development Plans come in the form of site and subdivision plans. Most development plans are approved at the staff level, however, some requests may require Council approval. Information regarding approval authority on development plans can be found in Section 3.9.2(F) of Cary's Land Development Ordinance (LDO)

Please be advised, the staff reports depicted in the table below are summaries only. Completed staff reports are posted the Wednesday the week prior to the Town Council meeting and will be available at the current Town Council Meeting Agenda at that time.  Check the calendar to see council meeting dates.

Town Council will decide these matters following a quasi-judicial hearing (Policy Statement 167). Quasi-judicial hearings are different than regular public hearings in that they resemble a court hearing where testimony is presented. The Town Council should refrain from “ex parte communication” about these cases, as they must make a decision based solely on the written and oral evidence actually presented at the hearing itself. This means that the Town Council should refrain from receiving any information about these cases outside the hearing, including emails, phone calls, letters, etc. The Town Council should also refrain from conducting meetings about these issues outside the hearing. These same prohibitions do not apply to staff. Staff welcomes inquiries from the public about any of these cases.

CASE

LOCATION

TOWN COUNCIL
QUASI-JUDICIAL HEARING

DATE

ACTION

17-DP-0903  Silverton Swim Club

1401 Evans Road

Aug 3, 2017

Approved

17-DP-1042         Cary Academy Science Building

1500 North Harrison Ave

August 10, 2017

Approved

17-DP-1131         First United Methodist Church

117 S Academy Street

October 5, 2017

Approved

17-DP-1253    Modification for Chatham Walk

318 East Chatham Street

December 7, 2017