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File #: 20-5294   
Type: Street Closures
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 10/29/2020
Posting Language: Ordinance approving the closure, vacation and abandonment of an improved 56-foot wide Drainage Public Right-of-Way within New City Blocks 13631 and 14527 in Council District 2, as requested by H-E-B, LP, for a fee of $63,100.00 to be deposited in the General Fund. [Roderick Sanchez, Assistant City Manager; Razi Hosseini, Director, Public Works]
Attachments: 1. Map, 2. Land Survey, 3. Letter of Agreement, 4. Contracts Disclosure Form, 5. Draft Ordinance, 6. Ordinance 2020-10-29-0760
DEPARTMENT: Public Works


DEPARTMENT HEAD: Razi Hosseini, P.E., R.P.L.S.


COUNCIL DISTRICT IMPACTED: Council District 2


SUBJECT:

Real Estate Disposition: Closure of an improved 56-foot wide Drainage Public Right-of-Way



SUMMARY:

An ordinance approving the closure, vacation and abandonment of an improved 56-foot wide Drainage Public Right-of-Way within New City Blocks 13631 and 14527 in Council District 2, as requested by H-E-B, LP for a fee of $63,100.00.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

H-E-B, LP (Petitioner) is requesting to close, vacate and abandon an improved 56-foot wide Drainage Public Right-of-Way within New City Blocks 13631 and 14527 in Council District 2, as shown on the attached map. The public right-of-way closure consists of 1.523 acres (66,359 square feet). The proposed closure is located between the H-E-B, LP San Antonio Retail Support Center (SARSC) at 4710 N. Pan Am Expressway to the south and the Lamplighter Mobile Home Park to the north. H-E-B, LP owns the property north of the Drainage Public Right-of-Way and intends to connect its properties and cover the channel by installing new drainage infrastructure with new concrete paving upon approval of this acquisition. Petitioner has indicated paving this area will provide improved vehicular circulation and trailer parking around its existing retail support buildings.

Petitioner has also indicated that the closure will not impact drainage in the area since the intent will be to replace the existing grass-lined channel with a properly designed underground box culvert drainage system to meet current City of San Antonio drainage criteria. Public Works Storm Water Division has reviewed the request and will review the required engineering study prior to construction to ensure storm water is properly conveyed and that there are no adverse impacts downstream. Once the underground box culverts are designed and approved by the City of San Antonio, Petitioner intends to place concrete paving over th...

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