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File #: 20-7425   
Type: Staff Briefing - Without Ordinance
In control: Planning Commission
On agenda: 1/13/2021
Posting Language: Resolution recommending declaring a 0.0679-acre tract of land, located along the southern right-of-way of IH-10 east of the intersection of Foster Road in the northeast quadrant of Bexar County, Texas, Council District 2, as surplus and authorizing its disposition by the San Antonio Water System. Staff recommends Approval. [Mary L. Fors, Senior Real Estate Specialist, (210) 207-4083, mary.fors@sanantonio.gov]
Attachments: 1. IH-10 Surplus Property Legal Description-Reso Att. II, 2. IH10 Surplus Property Aerial Map - Reso Att. I, 3. Board Reso 2020-216 IH-10 ROW 0.0679 acres, 4. RESOLUTION_SAWS Surplus_TXDoT
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DEPARTMENT: Public Works


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


COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: Council District 2


SUBJECT:

Real Estate Disposition: Disposition of a property owned by the San Antonio Water System


SUMMARY:

A resolution declaring a 0.0679-acre tract of land, located along the southern right-of-way of IH-10 east of the intersection of Foster Road in the northeast quadrant of Bexar County, Texas, Council District 2, as surplus and authorizing its disposition by the San Antonio Water System.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

The Texas Department of Transportation ("TXDOT") made a request to the San Antonio Water System (SAWS) to purchase a 0.0679-acre tract of land, located along the south right-of-way of IH-10 for its IH-10 Loop 410 Roadway Project.

The San Antonio Water System Board of Trustees passed Resolution No. 2020-216 on October 6, 2020 declaring a 0.0679-acre tract of land, located along the southern right-of-way of IH-10 east of the intersection of Foster Road in the northeast quadrant of Bexar County, Texas, as surplus to its system.

Under Municipal Code, all city-owned property must be declared as surplus prior to the disposition (sale) of the property. The request to declare property as surplus must be submitted to Public Works, Real Estate Division, then the request and exhibits are sent to departments and municipal-owned utilities that provide services to, or construct infrastructure on the properties. City departments and municipal-owned utilities respond if there is a need for the property or if the property may be disposed.

There was no opposition of this request by SAWS to declare as surplus and dispose of a 0.0679-acre tract of land, located along the southern right-of-way of IH-10 east of the intersection of Foster Road in the northeast quadrant of Bexar County, Texas. With City Council approval, SAWS is authorized to dispose of the property pursuant to the Texas Local Government Code and applicable City of S...

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