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File #: 20-6444   
Type: Staff Briefing - Without Ordinance
In control: Planning Commission
On agenda: 11/18/2020
Posting Language: 20-11800228: Request by J.L. “Joey” Guerra, Jr. HPSA Land Partners, LLC, for approval to replat and subdivide a tract of land to establish Horizon Pointe Units 9 & 22 Subdivision, generally located southeast of the intersection of Binz-Engleman Road and Woodlake Parkway. Staff recommends Approval. (Nicole Salinas, Planner, (210) 207-8264, Nicole.Salinas@sanantonio.gov, Development Services Department).
Attachments: 1. Final Plat
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Department:    Development Services

 

SUBJECT:    

Horizon Pointe Units 9 & 22    20-11800228                     

 

SUMMARY: 

Request by J.L. “Joey” Guerra, Jr. HPSA Land Partners, LLC, for approval to replat and subdivide a tract of land to establish Horizon Pointe Units 9 & 22 Subdivision, generally located southeast of the intersection of Binz-Engleman Road and Woodlake Parkway. Staff recommends Approval.  (Nicole Salinas, Planner, (210) 207-8264, Nicole.Salinas@sanantonio.gov, Development Services Department).

 

BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

Council District:                     ETJ

Filing Date:                                           October 28, 2020

Owner:                                                               J.L. “Joey” Guerra, Jr. HPSA Land Partners, LLC

Engineer/Surveyor:                     Pape Dawson Engineers

Staff Coordinator:                     Nicole Salinas, Planner, (210) 207-8264

 

ANALYSIS:

Zoning:

The proposed plat is located outside the city limits of San Antonio, therefore zoning is not applicable.

 

Master Development Plans:

POADP 751-B, Woodlake Farms Ranch, accepted on September 28, 2012.

 

Military Awareness Zone:

The subject property lies within the Randolph Military Awareness Zone. In accordance with the executed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), the City’s Office of Military Affairs and the Randolph Military Installation were notified.

 

Alternative Actions:                     

Per State Law, Section, 212.009 and Unified Development Code, Section 35-432(e) the Planning Commission must approve Plats that conform to the Code.

 

RECOMMENDATION:

Approval of a Replat and Subdivision Plat that consists of 24.39 acre tract of land, which proposes one hundred twenty-six (126) single-family residential lots, six (6) non-single-family residential lots and approximately four thousand three hundred fifty (4,350) linear feet of public streets.