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File #: 20-5291   
Type: Plan Amendment
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 9/17/2020
Posting Language: PLAN AMENDMENT CASE PA-2020-11600048 (Council District 1): Ordinance amending the Midtown Area Regional Center Plan, a component of the Comprehensive Master Plan of the City, by changing the future land use from “Light Industrial" to "Business/Innovation Mixed-Use" on 0.1458 acres out of NCB 6615, located at 102 Jon Ann. Staff and Planning Commission recommend Approval. (Associated Zoning Case Z-2020-10700170)
Attachments: 1. Map, 2. Signed Resolution, 3. Draft Ordinance, 4. Field Notes, 5. Ordinance 2020-09-17-0668
Related files: 20-5289
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DEPARTMENT: Development Services

DEPARTMENT HEAD: Michael Shannon

COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: 1

SUBJECT:
Plan Amendment PA 2020-11600048
(Associated Zoning Case Z-2020-10700170)

SUMMARY:
Comprehensive Plan Component: Midtown Area Regional Center Plan

Plan Adoption Date: December 5, 2019

Current Land Use Category: "Light Industrial"

Proposed Land Use Category: "Business/Innovation Mixed-Use"

BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
Planning Commission Hearing Date: August 12, 2020

Case Manager: Mercedes Rivas, Senior Planner

Property Owner: James E. Poole

Applicant: James E. Poole

Representative: James E. Poole

Location: 102 Jon Ann

Legal Description: 0.1458 acres out of Block 1, NCB 6615

Total Acreage: 0.1458

Notices Mailed
Owners of Property within 200 feet: 9
Registered Neighborhood Associations within 200 feet: Uptown Neighborhood Association
Applicable Agencies: Texas Department of Transportation

Transportation
Thoroughfare: Jon Ann
Existing Character: Local
Proposed Changes: None known

Public Transit: There are no VIA bus routes near the subject property.
Route Served: None

ISSUE:
Comprehensive Plan
Comprehensive Plan: Midtown Area Regional Center
Plan Adoption Date: December 5, 2019
Goal 4: Diversify the Mix of Uses in the Downtown Core
? Encourage new and renovated buildings to incorporate a mix of uses
? Encourage the development of vacant lots in the city center with a geographically balanced mix of uses
? Cultivate entrepreneurship, small business, and innovation
* Attract additional housing and a diversity of employment options in the Downtown core
* Create complete neighborhoods by providing residents with safe and convenient access to daily activities, goods, and services

Comprehensive Land Use Categories
Land Use Category: "Light Industrial"
Description of Land Use Category:
Light Industrial includes a mix of manufacturing uses, business park, and limited retail/service uses that serve the industrial uses. Industrial uses sh...

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