Rezoning Applications in Coral Bay in October

Two Coral Bay Rezoning applications were scheduled for a DPNR public hearing on St. John earlier this year.  Due to Covid19, they were postponed, and were held as  virtual Teams meetings on   Tuesday, Sept 29 and  Friday October 2.  See full notice and times here: https://dpnr.vi.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/CCZP-Sept-Oct-2020-hearings.pdf

Deadline for Email comments is October11th for 8-Y Carolina –by sending an email to leia.laplace@dpnr.vi.gov with the subject line “Application (Number) comments”, and October 14 for ACC  14 Rem. Carolina comments. 

No information has been added post hearing, however these are news articles on the hearings:https://stjohnsource.com/2020/10/02/zoning-hearing-for-st-john-animal-care-center-draws-mixed-reaction/  and https://stjohnsource.com/2020/09/29/bordeaux-mountain-property-owner-seeks-commercial-zoning/

  1. Application No. ZAJ-20-5: The Animal Care Center of St. John is requesting rezoning from R-2 to B-2 (Business Secondary/Neighborhood) to accommodate an animal care shelter on 14 Rem. Carolina  (property upland of Pickles).  ACC rezoning app basics    

2. Application No. ZAJ-20-4: Johnson VI Holdings, is requesting rezoning from R-1 to B-2 for a Bar & Grill, 4 shops and 2 vacation rental units on .37 acres at 8-Y Carolina.  This is at the corner across from Chateau Bordeaux where Colorful Corners used to be. 8-Y Carolina Rezoning Application basics A   You can submit written comments until October 11th to the email above and please copy CBCC.

CBCC will be reviewing both applications for conformance with our VI laws and adherence to good planning principles. 

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The rezoning process is an opportunity for you to say what you like and don’t like about a proposed new land use.  You may also email your thoughts to DPNR at address above. 

After this public hearing, DPNR forwards its review and the results of the hearing to the VI Senate, which will then hold another hearing and vote whether to approve the rezoning. 

More information will be posted as available, including any things the developers want to share.  We encourage people to email your thoughts to CBCC too, for inclusion in the review.