Enrolled Senate Bill (S)
Authored by: Sen. Patricia Miller, Sen. Brent Waltz
Co-Authors: Sen. James Merritt, Sen. R Michael Young, Sen. Jean Breaux, Sen. Michael Delph, Sen. Greg Taylor
Sponsors: Rep. Cindy Kirchhofer
  • Sen. Patricia Miller
    Sen. Patricia Miller

    Author

  • Sen. Brent Waltz
    Sen. Brent Waltz

    Author

  • Sen. James Merritt
    Sen. James Merritt

    Co-Author

  • Sen. R Michael Young
    Sen. R Michael Young

    Co-Author

  • Sen. Jean Breaux
    Sen. Jean Breaux

    Co-Author

  • Sen. Michael Delph
    Sen. Michael Delph

    Co-Author

  • Sen. Greg Taylor
    Sen. Greg Taylor

    Co-Author

  • Rep. Cindy Kirchhofer
    Rep. Cindy Kirchhofer

    Sponsor

  • Rep. Randall Frye
    Rep. Randall Frye

    Co-Sponsor

  • Rep. Justin Moed
    Rep. Justin Moed

    Co-Sponsor

  • Rep. Cherrish Pryor
    Rep. Cherrish Pryor

    Co-Sponsor

DIGEST

Marion County zoning. Provides that a proposal to rezone property (by changing the zoning maps) shall be certified to the Marion County city-county council by the metropolitan development commission regardless of whether the proposal receives a favorable recommendation, an unfavorable recommendation, or no recommendation from the metropolitan development commission. Specifies that the provisions concerning approval of rezoning by the city-county council apply regardless of whether there is a favorable recommendation, an unfavorable recommendation, or no recommendation from the metropolitan development commission. (Under current law, the provisions concerning approval by the city-county council of rezoning proposals apply only if the proposal receives a favorable ... recommendation.) Specifies that the legislative body member in whose district the parcel of real property under consideration is located may submit a request to the president of the legislative body that the proposal be considered. Allows a member of the Indianapolis-Marion County city-county council in whose district the parcel of real property under consideration is located to appeal any decision of a board of zoning appeals approving, denying, or otherwise concerning a use variance (other than a decision affecting real property within the boundaries of an excluded city). Requires the metropolitan development commission to give strong consideration to the first continuance of an appeals hearing that is filed by a member of the city-county council.