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ORDINANCE #08-08
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE ZONING ORDINANCE #04-09,

OF THE TOWN OF NOLENSVILLE, TENNESSEE
WHEREAS, the Town of Nolensville enacted Zoning Ordinance 04-09 in 2004. Prior to the enactment of 04-09, the Town enacted Ordinance #98-22 in 1998 which amended the initial zoning ordinance of the Town of Nolensville. Subsequent amendments have been enacted prior to the enactment of Ordinance 04-09; and
WHEREAS, The Town of Nolensville Planning Commission met on June 10, 2008, and discussed the need to amend Appendix B, Landscaping, Buffering and Tree Protection of the Nolensville Zoning Ordinance to establish a required buffer yard for developments in the Commercial Regional (CR) zoning district and to revise the recommended tree list as recommended by a professional landscape architect,
WHEREAS, the Town of Nolensville Planning Commission has recommended certain amendments to Appendix B of the Nolensville Zoning Ordinance to the Nolensville Board of Mayor and Aldermen,
WHEREAS, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen has conducted a public hearing on _______________, thereon; and
WHEREAS, The Board of Mayor and Aldermen believe it is in the best interest of the citizens and residents of the Town to revise the Ordinance 04-09 as it relates to landscaping, buffering and tree protection,
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF MAYOR AND ALDERMAN, that Zoning Ordinance 04-09 of the Town of Nolensville is amended by revising said ordinance as follows:
SECTION 1:
Article 1.6.10 that reads as follows:
1.6.10 Landscape Buffer Yard Requirements Table The landscape buffer yard requirements are established in the Landscape Buffer Yard Requirements Table below. If it can be demonstrated by the applicant that the intent of this ordinance has been met with regards to the buffer yard, the Planning Commission has the authority to approve variations in the standard buffer yards described below to allow for varied plant material as well as the use of berming and fencing.
There are three standard buffer yards, the Standard A Buffer Yard, the Standard B Buffer Yard and the Standard C Buffer Yard.



Landscape Buffer Yard Requirements Table

Property Providing Buffer Yard




ER

SR

UR

V

CS

OI

PI

ER

-

A

B

-

C

C

B

SR

-

-

B

-

C

C

A

UR

-

-

-

-

C

C

A

MH

-

-

-

-

B

B

A

V

-

B

B

-

B

C

-

CS

-

-

-

-

-

B

-

OI

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

PI

-

-

A

-

A

B

B

The requirements for each standard buffer yard are stated in terms of minimum width and the density of the required plant material per linear foot of buffer yard. To determine the total number of plants required, the length (in feet) of each side of property requiring a landscape buffer yard shall be divided by 100 and multiplied by the number of plants shown in the illustrations below.



Shall be amended to read as follows:
1.6.10 Landscape Buffer Yard Requirements Table The landscape buffer yard requirements are established in the Landscape Buffer Yard Requirements Table below. If it can be demonstrated by the applicant that the intent of this ordinance has been met with regards to the buffer yard, the Planning Commission has the authority to approve variations in the standard buffer yards described below to allow for varied plant material as well as the use of berming and fencing.
There are four standard buffer yards, the Standard A Buffer Yard, the Standard B Buffer Yard, the Standard C Buffer Yard, and the Standard D Buffer Yard.


Landscape Buffer Yard Requirements Table

Property Providing Buffer Yard

Zoning District

ER

SR

UR

V

CS

OI

PI

CR

ER

-

A

B

-

C

C

B

D

SR

-

-

B

-

C

C

A

D

UR

-

-

-

-

C

C

A

D

V

-

B

B

-

B

C

-

C

CS

-

-

-

-

-

B

-

A

OI

-

-

-

-

-

-

A

A

PI

-

-

A

-

B

B

-

B

CR

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

The requirements for each standard buffer yard are stated in terms of minimum width and the density of the required plant material per linear foot of buffer yard. To determine the total number of plants required, the length (in feet) of each side of property requiring a landscape buffer yard shall be divided by 100 and multiplied by the number of plants shown in the illustrations below.




SECTION 2:
1.7.0 RECOMMENDED TREE LIST (Replaces previous tree list in total; other text changes shown in bold, italics)
General The following list shall be used to select an acceptable tree whenever the Planning Commission’s Recommended Tree List is referenced or trees are required by this ordinance or the Subdivision Regulations of Nolensville. The project landscape architect may make recommendations for trees that are not named on the following lists and will be subject to the Planning Commission’s approval. The common name is listed in the left column and the botanical name is listed in the right column.



CANOPY TREES

COMMON NAME

SCIENTIFIC NAME

American Hornbeam,

Carpinus caroliniana

American Sweetgum,

Liquidambar styraciflua ‘Rotundiloba’

Bald Cypress,

Taxodium distichum

Bigleaf Magnolia ,

Magnolia macrophylla

Black Gum,

Nyssa sylvatica

Chinese Elm,

Ulmus parvifolia ‘Drake’

Columnar Red Maple,

Acer rubrum ‘Columnare’

Cucumber Magnolia,

Magnolia acuminata

Dawn Redwood,

Metasequoia glyptostroboides

European Hornbeam,

Carpinus betulus ‘Columnaris’

European White Birch,

Betula pendula

Ginkgo,

Ginkgo biloba

‘Green Vase’ Zelkova,

Zelkova serrata ‘Green Vase’

Greenspire Linden,

Tilia cordata ‘Greenspire’

Live Oak,

Quercus virginiana

London Planetree,

Platanus acerfolia

Northern Red Oak,

Quercus borealis rubra

October Glory Red Maple,

Acer rubrum ‘October Glory’

Pin Oak,

Quercus palustris (not for use in parking lots)

Red Buckeye,

Aesculus pavia

River Birch,

Betula nigra

Scarlet Oak,

Quercus coccinea

Shademaster Honey Locust,

Gleditsia triacanthos inermis ‘Shademaster’

Southern Magnolia, D.D. Blanchard, Little Gem,

Magnolia grandiflora

Southern Red Oak,

Quercus shumardii

Sugar Maple,

Acer saccharum

Sycamore,

Platanus occidentails

Tulip Poplar,

Liriodendron tulipifera

‘Village Green’ Zelkova,

Zelkova serrata ‘Village Green’

White Oak,

Quercus alba

Willow Oak,

Quercus phellos (not for use in parking lots)

Yellowwood,

Cladrastis lutea


UNDERSTORY TREES

COMMON NAME

SCIENTIFIC NAME

Bosque,

Ulmus hybrids

Carolina Silverbell,

Halesia carolina

Chinese Pistache,

Pistachia chinensis

Crabapple,

Malus spp. (use only disease resistant varieties)

Dogwood,

Cornus florida

Fringe Tree,

Chionanthus virginicus

Kousa Dogwood,

Cornus kousa

Kwansan Cherry,

Prunus serrulata ‘Kwansan’

Redbud,

Cercis canadensis

Saucer Magnolia,

Magnolia soulangeana

Serviceberry,

Amelanchier x grandiflora

Sourwood,

Oxydendrum arboreum

Southern Magnolia, D.D. Blanchard, Little Gem,

Magnolia grandiflora

Staghorn Sumac,

Rhus typhina

Trident Maple,

Acer buergeranum

Washington Hawthorne,

Crateagus phaenopyrum

Yoshino Cherry,

Prunus x yedoensis


EVERGREEN TREES

COMMON NAME

SCIENTIFIC NAME

American Holly,

Ilex opaca

Arborvitae,

Thuja occidentalis hetzii

Austrian Pine,

Pinus nigra

Eastern Red Cedar,

Juniperis virginiana

Foster Holly

Ilex x attenuata ‘Fosteri’

Hemlock,

Tsuga canadensis

Japanese Black Pine,

Pinus thunbergii

Japanese Cedar,

Cryptomeria japonica

Lacebark Pine,

Pinus bungeana

Nellie ‘R’ Stevens Holly,

Ilex x ‘Nellie R. Stevens’

Norway Spruce,

Picea abies

Scotch Pine,

Pinus sylvestris

Southern Magnolia, D.D. Blanchard, Little Gem,

Magnolia grandiflora

White Pine,

Pinus strobus (currently overused–use sparingly)


SECTION 3:
The Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee, hereby certify that these amendments have been submitted by the Planning Commission of the Town of Nolensville, and a notice of hearing thereof has been ordered of the time and place of said meeting and has been published in a newspaper circulated in the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee. This Ordinance shall take effect immediately from the date of its final passage, the public welfare demanding it.

_______________________________

Beth Lothers, Mayor

Attest: ________________________

Town Recorder
Approved by: _______________________

Town Attorney



Passed 1st Reading: ___________
Public Hearing: ______________
Passed 2nd Reading: __________




6/1/2005 Appendix B - Landscaping, Buffering and Tree Protection B-



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