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File #: 20-1605   
Type: Plan Amendment
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 2/20/2020
Posting Language: PLAN AMENDMENT CASE PA-2019-11600092 (Council District 2): Ordinance amending the IH-10 East Corridor Perimeter Plan, a component of the Comprehensive Master Plan of the City, by changing the future land use from “Low Density Residential" to "Medium Density Residential" on 8.781 acres out of CB 5090, located at 7975 Interstate 10 East. Staff and Planning Commission recommend Approval. (Associated Zoning Case Z-2019-10700318)
Attachments: 1. Land Use Map, 2. Signed Resolution, 3. Draft Ordinance
Related files: 20-1091
DEPARTMENT: Development Services

DEPARTMENT HEAD: Michael Shannon

COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: 2

SUBJECT:
Plan Amendment PA2019-11600092
(Associated Zoning Case Z2019-10700318)

SUMMARY:
Comprehensive Plan Component: IH-10 East Corridor Perimeter Plan

Plan Adoption Date: March 2008

Current Land Use Category: "Low Density Residential"

Proposed Land Use Category: "Medium Density Residential"

BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
Planning Commission Hearing Date: January 8, 2020

Case Manager: Lorianne Thennes, Planner

Property Owner: Kloppe 7975 IH 10 E Foster Road Project, LLC

Applicant: Kloppe 7975 IH 10 E Foster Road Project, LLC

Representative: Brown & Ortiz, P.C.

Location: 7975 Interstate 10 East

Legal Description: 8.781 acres out of CB 5090

Total Acreage: 8.781 acres

Notices Mailed
Owners of Property within 200 feet: 22
Registered Neighborhood Associations within 200 feet: None
Applicable Agencies: Texas Department of Transportation, Randolph Brooks Air Force Base, Martindale Army Airfield

Transportation
Thoroughfare: IH-10 East
Existing Character: Interstate
Proposed Changes: None

Public Transit: There are no VIA bus routes within walking distance of the subject property.

ISSUE:
Comprehensive Plan
Comprehensive Plan Component: IH-10 East Corridor Perimeter Plan
Plan Adoption Date: March 2008
Plan Goals:
Goal 4: Improve the Corridor
"[Medium Density Residential] development...can serve as a buffer between low density residential and more intense land uses, such as commercial."
"[Low Density Residential] development should be located away from major arterials"

Comprehensive Land Use Categories
Land Use Category: "Low Density Residential"
Description of Land Use Category: Low Density Residential Development includes Single Family Residential Development on individual lots. This form of development should be located away from major arterials, and can include certain non-residential uses such as schools, places of worship, and parks...

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