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City council hearing on Mount zoning change


January 5, 2010

A public hearing has been scheduled before Pittsburgh City Council to gain public input on an ordinance changing the zoning for a portion of Mount Washington to allow development of condos and a hotel at the corner of Grandview Avenue and Wyoming Street.

The proposed zoning change includes changing the area from GPR-C, Grandview Public Realm Subdistrict C; R2-H, Residential Two-Unit, High Density District; and LNC, Local Neighborhood Commercial District; to AP, Mixed Use Planned Unit Development District, for approximately 3.94 acres of property located at the easterly end of Grandview Ave. and Wyoming St., in the 18th and 19th Wards. The purpose as indicated by the property owner is to use the property for development of a hotel and condominium dwelling units.

The public hearing will be held by City Council on Wednesday, Jan. 20, at 2 p.m. in Council Chambers, 5th floor, City-County Building.

The plans submitted with this application may reviewed by the public Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. in the Land Use Control Office on the 3rd Floor at 200 Ross Street.

Anyone who would like to speak or present information to City Council at the public hearing, must call Linda M. Johnson-Wasler in the City Clerk's office at 412-255-2138 prior to the hearing date in order to have their name placed on the speaker's list. For additional information on the proposed zoning change, call 412-255-2471.


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