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File #: 19-5640   
Type: Miscellaneous Item
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 8/22/2019
Posting Language: Ordinance extending the City limits by full purpose annexation of a 2.51 acre property located at 10440 Quintana Road, which is contiguous to the city limits of San Antonio and located within the City of San Antonio’s Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ) in southwest Bexar County, as requested by the property owner, approving a Service Agreement, and establishing an effective date of August 22, 2019, near City Council District 4. [Lori Houston, Assistant City Manager; Bridgett White, Director, Planning Department]
Attachments: 1. CC PH2 and Consideration - Exhibit A - Map, 2. CC PH2 and Consideration - Exhibit B - Site Plan, 3. CC PH2 and Consideration - Exhibit C - Service Agreement, 4. Item #31 19-5243 7.24.19 PC, 5. SAFD Station 52 Ordinance, 6. Ordinance 2019-08-22-0661
DEPARTMENT: Planning Department


DEPARTMENT HEAD: Bridgett White, AICP


COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: 4


SUBJECT:

Second public hearing and consideration of an Ordinance for full purpose annexation of a 2.51 acre property located at 10440 Quintana Road, San Antonio, TX, as requested by the City of San Antonio.


SUMMARY:

Second public hearing and consideration of an Ordinance extending the City limits by full purpose annexation of a 2.51 acre property located at 10440 Quintana Road, San Antonio, TX, 78211, which is contiguous to the city limits of San Antonio and located within the City of San Antonio's Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ) in southwest Bexar County.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

In June 2012, the City Council approved a five-year Industrial District Non-Annexation Agreement (IDA) with Maruchan. At the time, the Maruchan project site was not identified for annexation, but staff was studying areas of potential annexation, particularly in southern Bexar County. The area surrounding the Maruchan property was ultimately annexed for limited purposes in 2014, then for full purposes in 2016. Pursuant to the IDA, if that is terminated or not extended before the time limit, then the City of San Antonio (City) is allowed to annex Maruchan's property. The IDA was amended and extended in May 2016 until the end of 2018. In the amended agreement, Maruchan exchanged 2.057 acres of land for the site of a new San Antonio Fire Department (SAFD) Station, with the City for the payment of a small fee and continued fire service. After the IDA expired in 2018, the City then initiated the annexation process of the Maruchan property and Fire Station #52, to be effective on August 22, 2019. Chapter 43 of the Texas Local Government Code provides that a city may conduct annexation for full purposes upon the request of the land owner.

The Annexation Area is currently subject to the United Southwest Community Plan. The adopted future land use is Regional Commercial ...

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