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04-00500286 , TPWD:Texas Plant Information Database Page 1 of 1 Code:42 Scientific Name:TAXODIUM DISTICHUM Common Name:BALDCYPRESS Erosion Index:GOOD Erosion Index Value: 7.14 Wildlife Index:GOOD Wildlife Index Value:6.15 Ecological Distribution: PINEYWOODS,GULF PRAIRIES AND MARSHES,POST OAK SAVANNAH,SOUTH TEXAS PLAINS,EDWARDS PLATEAU Topographic Tolerance: BOTTOMLAND,WETLAND Elevation Tolerance:SEA LEVEL-2000' Slope Tolerance:LEVEL TO GENTLY SLOPING Aspect Tolerance:TOLERANT ACROSS RANGE Light Tolerance:TOLERANT TO FULL SUN Wetland Regional Indicator:OBLIGATE WETLAND Physical Form:TREE Habit:DECIDUOUS,EMERGENT AQUATIC Life Cycle: PERENNIAL Seed Age:OVER 20 YEARS OLD Seed Interval: 1 YEAR OR LESS Growth:RAPID GROWTH,LONG-LIVED,SHALLOW ROOTED Hardiness: DROUGHT TOLERANT, INSECT TOLERANT Vegetative Growth Period:MAY,JUN,JUL,AUG,SEP,OCT Flowering Period:MAR,APR Fruiting Period:OCT, NOV,DEC Soil Moisture:WITHSTANDS LONG-DURATION SATURATION Soil Texture:TOLERANT TO CLAYEY SOILS,TOLERANT TO SILTY SOILS,TOLERANT TO LOAMY SOILS,TOLERANT TO SANDY SOILS Soil Fertility: HIGH SOIL FERTILITY Parent Material:ALLUVIAL SOILS ONLY Soil pH: HIGHLY ACIDIC,SLIGHTLY ACIDIC Optimum pH: SLIGHTLY ACIDIC Soil Depth:MODERATELY DEEP SOIL(12-36 IN.) Salinity:TOLERANT ACROSS A RANGE OF SALINITY CONDITIONS Short-term Biomass: LOW Short-term Pest: NONE KNOWN Long-term Biomass: HIGH Long-term Pest: NONE KNOWN Dominance Characteristics:DOMINANT Honeybee Relations: NOT HONEY PRODUCING Parasite Host Potential:NONE KNOWN Food for Wildlife/Livestock:WATERFOWL,NONGAME BIRDS Small Mammal Food:FAIR Large Mammal Food: FAIR Upland Game Birds Food: FAIR Waterfowl Food: EXCELLENT Nongame Birds Food:GOOD Small Mammal Cover:GOOD Large Mammal Cover: FAIR Upland Game Birds Cover: FAIR Waterfowl Cover:EXCELLENT Nongame Birds Cover:GOOD Toxicity Potential:NONE KNOWN Toxicity Season: Effectiveness Period:LONG-TERM ONLY Raindrop Impact: MEDIUM Erosion Hardiness: HIGH Ease of Propagation: MEDIUM Soil Binding:MEDIUM Soil Enrichment Potential:LOW Nitrogen Fixation Potential: LOW Growth Inhibitor Production:LOW Source Availability:COMMON LOCAL RETAIL NURSERY OR SEED OUTLET, SPECIALIZED COMMERCIAL OR WHOLESALE OUTLET,HARVEST FROM LOCAL WILD STOCK Seed Germination Ratio:MEDIUM Reproduction:SEEDS Seed Dispersal Success Potential:GRAVITY,WATER Seed Establishment Success Potential: LOW Cuttings Establishment Success Potential:LOW Transplanting Establishment Success Potential:MEDIUM Establishment Time Interval:OVER 3 YEARS Recommended Establishment:TRANSPLANTINGS Relative Expense: MODERATELY EXPENSIVE Notes:-Requires protection in areas with high beaver or nutria populations. http://tpid.tpwd.state.tx.us/snecies renort_asn7cneeiec=47 7/1 i/111110 _ TPWD:Texas Plant Information Database Page 1 of 1 Code:226 Scientific Name:ULMUS CRASSIFOLIA Common Name:CEDAR ELM Erosion Index:GOOD Erosion Index Value:6.67 Wildlife Index:FAIR Wildlife Index Value:4.36 Ecological Distribution:PINEYWOODS,GULF PRAIRIES AND MARSHES,POST OAK SAVANNAH, BLACKLAND PRAIRIES,CROSS TIMBERS AND PRAIRIES,SOUTH TEXAS PLAINS,EDWARDS PLATEAU Topographic Tolerance:UPLAND,BOTTOMLAND Elevation Tolerance:SEA LEVEL-2000' Slope Tolerance:TOLERANT OVER WIDE SLOPE RANGE Aspect Tolerance:TOLERANT ACROSS RANGE Light Tolerance:TOLERANT TO FULL SUN,TOLERANT TO SUN-SHADE MIX Wetland Regional Indicator:FACULTATIVE Physical Form:TREE Habit:DECIDUOUS Life Cycle:PERENNIAL Seed Age:UNKNOWN Seed Interval:1 YEAR OR LESS Growth:RAPID GROWTH,SHORT-LIVED Hardiness:DROUGHT TOLERANT,INSECT INTOLERANT,DISEASE INTOLERANT,COLD TOLERANT Vegetative Growth Period:MAY,JUN,JUL,AUG,SEP Flowering Period:AUG,SEP Fruiting Period:SEP,OCT Soil Moisture:WITHSTANDS SHORT-DURATION SATURATION Soil Texture:TOLERANT TO SILTY SOILS,TOLERANT TO LOAMY SOILS,TOLERANT TO SANDY SOILS,TOLERANT TO GRAVELLY OR ROCKY SOILS Soil Fertility:TOLERANT OVER WIDE FERTILITY RANGE Parent Material:TOLERANT OVER WIDE RANGE Soil pH:SLIGHTLY ACIDIC,NEUTRAL,SLIGHTLY ALKALINE Optimum pH:SLIGHTLY ALKALINE Soil Depth:WIDE RANGE OF SOIL DEPTHS Salinity:OBLIGATE TO NON-SALINE(FRESH)SOILANATER CONDITIONS Short-term Biomass:LOW Short-term Pest:NONE KNOWN Long-term Biomass:HIGH Long-term Pest:NONE KNOWN Dominance Characteristics:DOMINANT Honeybee Relations:UNKNOWN Parasite Host Potential:NONE KNOWN Food for Wildlife/Livestock:SMALL MAMMALS,UPLAND GAME BIRDS,WATERFOWL Small Mammal Food:FAIR Large Mammal Food:FAIR Upland Game Birds Food:FAIR Waterfowl Food:FAIR Nongame Birds Food:FAIR Small Mammal Cover:FAIR Large Mammal Cover:FAIR Upland Game Birds Cover:FAIR Waterfowl Cover:FAIR Nongame Birds Cover:FAIR Toxicity Potential:NONE KNOWN Toxicity Season: Effectiveness Period:LONG-TERM ONLY Raindrop Impact:LOW Erosion Hardiness:HIGH Ease of Propagation:MEDIUM Soil Binding:HIGH Soil Enrichment Potential:HIGH Nitrogen Fixation Potential:LOW Growth Inhibitor Production:LOW Source Availability:COMMON LOCAL RETAIL NURSERY OR SEED OUTLET Seed Germination Ratio:MEDIUM Reproduction:SEEDS Seed Dispersal Success Potential:GRAVITY,WIND Seed Establishment Success Potential:MEDIUM Cuttings Establishment Success Potential:LOW Transplanting Establishment Success Potential:HIGH Establishment Time Interval:OVER 3 YEARS Recommended Establishment:SEEDS Relative Expense:MODERATELY EXPENSIVE Notes:-The most widespread native elm.-The only native elm that produces seeds in the fall.-Dominates level river bottom areas known as"Cedar Elm flats httn://tnid.tpwd.state.tx.us/species report.asn?species=226 7/16/2009 . TPWD:Texas Plant Information Database Page 1 of 2 Code:86 Scientific Name:JUNIPERUS VIRGINIANA Common Name: EASTERN RED CEDAR Erosion Index: EXCELLENT Erosion Index Value:8.57 Wildlife Index:GOOD Wildlife Index Value:7.44 Ecological Distribution: PINEYWOODS, GULF PRAIRIES AND MARSHES, POST OAK SAVANNAH,BLACKLAND PRAIRIES, EDWARDS PLATEAU Topographic Tolerance: UPLAND Elevation Tolerance:TOLERANT OVER WIDE ELEVATION RANGE Slope Tolerance:TOLERANT OVER WIDE SLOPE RANGE Aspect Tolerance:TOLERANT ACROSS RANGE Light Tolerance:TOLERANT TO FULL SUN,TOLERANT TO SUN-SHADE MIX Wetland Regional Indicator:FACULTATIVE UPLAND Physical Form:TREE Habit:EVERGREEN Life Cycle:PERENNIAL Seed Age:4 TO 20 YEARS OLD Seed Interval: 1 YEAR OR LESS Growth:SLOW GROWTH, LONG-LIVED, DENSE FOLIAGE, DEEP ROOTED Hardiness:DROUGHT TOLERANT,DISEASE INTOLERANT,COLD TOLERANT, FIRE INTOLERANT Vegetative Growth Period:FEB,MAR,APR, MAY,JUN,JUL,AUG,SEP,OCT, NOV, DEC Flowering Period: MAR,APR,MAY Fruiting Period:SEP,OCT, NOV, DEC Soil Moisture:WELL-DRAINED ONLY Soil Texture:TOLERANT TO CLAYEY SOILS,TOLERANT TO SILTY SOILS,TOLERANT TO LOAMY SOILS,TOLERANT TO SANDY SOILS Soil Fertility:TOLERANT OVER WIDE FERTILITY RANGE Parent Material:TOLERANT OVER WIDE RANGE Soil pH:SLIGHTLY ACIDIC, NEUTRAL,SLIGHTLY ALKALINE Optimum pH: NEUTRAL Soil Depth: MODERATELY DEEP SOIL(12-36 IN.) Salinity:OBLIGATE TO NON-SALINE(FRESH)SOIUWATER CONDITIONS Short-term Biomass:LOW Short-term Pest: LOW Long-term Biomass:HIGH Long-term Pest: HIGH Dominance Characteristics:DOMINANT,COMPONENT Honeybee Relations:POLLINATED WITHOUT BEES, NOT HONEY PRODUCING Parasite Host Potential: HIGH Food for Wildlife/Livestock: SMALL MAMMALS, UPLAND GAME BIRDS, NONGAME BIRDS Small Mammal Food:GOOD Large Mammal Food: FAIR Upland Game Birds Food: EXCELLENT Waterfowl Food: UNKNOWN Nongame Birds Food: EXCELLENT Small Mammal Cover:GOOD Large Mammal Cover:GOOD Upland Game Birds Cover: EXCELLENT Waterfowl Cover: FAIR Nongame Birds Cover: EXCELLENT Toxicity Potential: NONE KNOWN Toxicity Season: Effectiveness Period: LONG-TERM ONLY Raindrop Impact: HIGH Erosion Hardiness: HIGH Ease of Propagation: HIGH Soil Binding: MEDIUM Soil Enrichment Potential:LOW Nitrogen Fixation Potential: LOW Growth Inhibitor Production: LOW Source Availability:COMMON LOCAL RETAIL NURSERY OR SEED OUTLET Seed Germination Ratio: LOW Reproduction:SEEDS Seed Dispersal Success Potential:BIRDS, GRAVITY Seed Establishment Success Potential: MEDIUM Cuttings Establishment Success Potential:LOW Transplanting Establishment Success Potential: HIGH Establishment Time Interval: 1 TO 2 YEARS Recommended Establishment:TRANSPLANTINGS Relative Expense: INEXPENSIVE Notes:-An evergreen drought-resistant plant that is excellent in shelter belts,landscapes, http://tpid.tpwd.state.tx.us/species_report.asp?species=86 7/16/2009 . TPWD:Texas Plant Information Database Page 2 of 2 and wildlife food and cover.-A good plant to mix with deciduous plants in upland areas.-An aggressive invader of overgrazed range and pastures. httn//tnicj_tnwc1 state_tx_us/snecies rennrt_asn?species=X6 7/16/2009 TPWD:Texas Plant Information Database Page 1 of 1 Code:38 Scientific Name:QUERCUS SHUMARDII Common Name: SHUMARD OAK Erosion Index:GOOD Erosion Index Value:7.14 Wildlife Index: EXCELLENT Wildlife Index Value:8.72 Ecological Distribution: PINEYWOODS,GULF PRAIRIES AND MARSHES,POST OAK SAVANNAH,BLACKLAND PRAIRIES, EDWARDS PLATEAU Topographic Tolerance: UPLAND, BOTTOMLAND,WETLAND Elevation Tolerance:SEA LEVEL-2000',2000'-4000' Slope Tolerance:TOLERANT OVER WIDE SLOPE RANGE Aspect Tolerance:TOLERANT ACROSS RANGE Light Tolerance:TOLERANT TO FULL SUN,TOLERANT TO SUN-SHADE MIX Wetland Regional Indicator:FACULTATIVE Physical Form:TREE Habit: DECIDUOUS Life Cycle: PERENNIAL Seed Age:OVER 20 YEARS OLD Seed Interval: 1 TO 2 YEARS Growth: RAPID GROWTH,LONG-LIVED,SHALLOW ROOTED Hardiness: INSECT TOLERANT,DISEASE TOLERANT Vegetative Growth Period:APR,MAY,JUN,JUL,AUG,SEP,OCT,NOV Flowering Period: MAR,APR Fruiting Period:SEP,OCT, NOV Soil Moisture:WITHSTANDS SHORT-DURATION SATURATION Soil Texture:TOLERANT TO CLAYEY SOILS Soil Fertility:HIGH SOIL FERTILITY Parent Material:TOLERANT OVER WIDE RANGE Soil pH: SLIGHTLY ACIDIC,NEUTRAL,SLIGHTLY ALKALINE Optimum pH:SLIGHTLY ACIDIC Soil Depth: MODERATELY DEEP SOIL(12-36 IN.) Salinity:OBLIGATE TO NON-SALINE(FRESH)SOILNVATER CONDITIONS Short-term Biomass: LOW Short-term Pest: NONE KNOWN Long-term Biomass:HIGH Long-term Pest: NONE KNOWN Dominance Characteristics:COMPONENT Honeybee Relations: NOT HONEY PRODUCING Parasite Host Potential: NONE KNOWN Food for Wildlife/Livestock:SMALL MAMMALS, LARGE MAMMALS, UPLAND GAME BIRDS,WATERFOWL, NONGAME BIRDS Small Mammal Food: EXCELLENT Large Mammal Food: EXCELLENT Upland Game Birds Food: EXCELLENT Waterfowl Food:GOOD Nongame Birds Food:EXCELLENT Small Mammal Cover: EXCELLENT Large Mammal Cover:GOOD Upland Game Birds Cover: EXCELLENT Waterfowl Cover:GOOD Nongame Birds Cover: EXCELLENT Toxicity Potential: NONE KNOWN Toxicity Season: Effectiveness Period: LONG-TERM ONLY Raindrop Impact:MEDIUM Erosion Hardiness: HIGH Ease of Propagation:MEDIUM Soil Binding: MEDIUM Soil Enrichment Potential:LOW Nitrogen Fixation Potential: LOW Growth Inhibitor Production: LOW Source Availability:COMMON LOCAL RETAIL NURSERY OR SEED OUTLET, SPECIALIZED COMMERCIAL OR WHOLESALE OUTLET,HARVEST FROM LOCAL WILD STOCK Seed Germination Ratio: UNKNOWN Reproduction:SEEDS Seed Dispersal Success Potential:BIRDS,MAMMALS,GRAVITY Seed Establishment Success Potential:MEDIUM Cuttings Establishment Success Potential:LOW Transplanting Establishment Success Potential:MEDIUM Establishment Time Interval:OVER 3 YEARS Recommended Establishment:TRANSPLANTINGS Relative Expense:MODERATELY EXPENSIVE Notes:-The only oak recommended for soils with a pH greater than 7.5. r,,.i,A iic/cneriec rennrt_asn?species=38 7/16/2009 . TPWD:Texas Plant Information Database Page 1 of 1 Code:40 Scientific Name:QUERCUS VIRGINIA Common Name: LIVE OAK Erosion Index:GOOD Erosion Index Value:7.14 Wildlife Index:GOOD Wildlife Index Value:7.44 Ecological Distribution:GULF PRAIRIES AND MARSHES, POST OAK SAVANNAH, SOUTH TEXAS PLAINS Topographic Tolerance:UPLAND Elevation Tolerance:SEA LEVEL-2000' Slope Tolerance:TOLERANT OVER WIDE SLOPE RANGE Aspect Tolerance:TOLERANT ACROSS RANGE Light Tolerance:TOLERANT TO FULL SUN Wetland Regional Indicator:FACULTATIVE UPLAND Physical Form:TREE Habit:EVERGREEN Life Cycle: PERENNIAL Seed Age:OVER 20 YEARS OLD Seed Interval: 1 YEAR OR LESS Growth:SLOW GROWTH,LONG-LIVED,DEEP ROOTED Hardiness: INSECT TOLERANT, DISEASE TOLERANT,COLD INTOLERANT Vegetative Growth Period:APR,MAY,JUN,JUL,AUG,SEP,OCT,NOV Flowering Period: MAR,APR Fruiting Period:SEP,OCT, NOV Soil Moisture:WELL-DRAINED ONLY Soil Texture:TOLERANT TO CLAYEY SOILS,TOLERANT TO SILTY SOILS,TOLERANT TO LOAMY SOILS,TOLERANT TO SANDY SOILS Soil Fertility:TOLERANT OVER WIDE FERTILITY RANGE Parent Material:TOLERANT OVER WIDE RANGE Soil pH: HIGHLY ACIDIC,SLIGHTLY ACIDIC, NEUTRAL Optimum pH:SLIGHTLY ACIDIC Soil Depth:VERY DEEP SOIL OVER 36 IN. Salinity:TOLERANT ACROSS A RANGE OF SALINITY CONDITIONS Short-term Biomass: LOW Short-term Pest: NONE KNOWN Long-term Biomass: HIGH Long-term Pest: NONE KNOWN Dominance Characteristics: DOMINANT Honeybee Relations:PRODUCE HONEY Parasite Host Potential: NONE KNOWN Food for Wildlife/Livestock:SMALL MAMMALS,LARGE MAMMALS,UPLAND GAME BIRDS,WATERFOWL, NONGAME BIRDS Small Mammal Food: EXCELLENT Large Mammal Food: EXCELLENT Upland Game Birds Food: EXCELLENT Waterfowl Food: FAIR Nongame Birds Food: EXCELLENT Small Mammal Cover:GOOD Large Mammal Cover:GOOD Upland Game Birds Cover:GOOD Waterfowl Cover:FAIR Nongame Birds Cover:GOOD Toxicity Potential: NONE KNOWN Toxicity Season: Effectiveness Period: LONG-TERM ONLY Raindrop Impact:MEDIUM Erosion Hardiness: HIGH Ease of Propagation:MEDIUM Soil Binding: HIGH Soil Enrichment Potential: LOW Nitrogen Fixation Potential: LOW Growth Inhibitor Production: LOW Source Availability:SPECIALIZED COMMERCIAL OR WHOLESALE OUTLET,HARVEST FROM LOCAL WILD STOCK Seed Germination Ratio: UNKNOWN Reproduction:SEEDS Seed Dispersal Success Potential: BIRDS,MAMMALS,GRAVITY Seed Establishment Success Potential:MEDIUM Cuttings Establishment Success Potential:LOW Transplanting Establishment Success Potential:MEDIUM Establishment Time Interval:OVER 3 YEARS Recommended Establishment:TRANSPLANTINGS Relative Expense:MODERATELY EXPENSIVE Notes:-The"Live Oak"that occurs in the Cross Timbers and Prairies and Edwards Plateau is Escarpment Live Oak(Quercus fusiformis). htrn //tnid tnwd state tx uslsnecies rennrt_asn?species=40 7/16/2009 01/04/2005 16:24 FAX 9797740053 THE EAGLE f1001/001 NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING: o. �/g it - 3 k The City of College Station will hold a public meeting 7 7` concerning updating the Northgate Ordinance to more clearly reflect the District's character as a dense, urban- oriented entertainment area. The meeting will be held in the Tradition Dormitory Con- / ference Room, 301 Church Avenue, College Station �. Texas at 3:30 p.m. on January 12, 2005. Any request for sign interpretive services for the hearing I / impaired must be made 48 hours before the meeting. To make arrangements call 979.764.3547 or (TDD) 1.800.735.2989. 11110Fc?_,ire— For additional information, please contact me at 979.764.3570. MOLLY HITCHCOCK STAFF PLANNER 1-8-05 (4o I I — 01986 - 74/ ' '57) i . / 5194565 732 AUTM.NO. DATE -t 44,4_4...L. OEPT. INITIALS I 0 TAKE .uo ,DAY .YR. I ❑SEND �, DUAN. CLASS ,>ESCRIPTION UNIT COST I AMOUNT U e / "III X3 7 /� v a bf----664r Cig4Z1 0 Air marryI s N!xver. Ih..ard idemiI d, li;it ii. , umheiitd b fay 0e a:Rpaal,k, a:IOTA( $US L. !:1;ayp prryc pea�a:;on.;prcmh,to poy reh 10111 IN,.:Mr n:h eny mMi;harpn dw Ihrt,aal u+ . Io and Ia camdo.;.rilh Ih,,g ...Q,. 1,19 ih. ..r woh.md. TOTAL ed 3 SIGN v TAX i 4 HERE <-, T SALES SLIP TOTAL1.4 Bank of America��.� G 3 , 9 7 <cyda pane LEGAL NOTICE DATE TO BE PUBLISHED: MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 2005 ONLY BILL TO: Mandi Alford City of College Station P.O. Box 9960 College Station, TX 77842 Expires 02/07 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING: The City of College Station will hold a public meeting, concerning updating the Northgate Ordinance to more clearly reflect the District's character as a dense, urban- oriented entertainment area. The hearing will be held in the Tradition Dormitory Conference Room, 301 Church Avenue, College Station Texas at 10:00 a.m. on January 14, 2005. Any request for sign interpretive services for the hearing impaired must be made 48 hours before the meeting. To make arrangements call 979.764.3547 or(TDD) 1.800.735.2989. For additional information, please contact me at 979.764.3570. MOLLY HITCHCOCK STAFF PLANNER 01/07/2005 10:34 FAX 9797740053 THE EAGLE [ 1001/001 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING: The City of College Station will hold a public meeting, concerning updating the Northgate Ordinance to more clearly reflect the District's character as a dense, urban- oriented entertainment area. G��"-"'_ The hearing will be held in the Tradition Dormitory Conin?- ference Room, 301 Church Avenue, College Station Texas at 10:00 a.m. on January 14, 2005. Any request for sign interpretive services for the hearing impaired must be made 48 hours before the meeting. To make arrangements call 979.764.3547 or (TDD) 1.800.735.2989. 9.1-74--' For additional information, please contact me at 979.764.3570. MOLLY HITCHCOCK STAFF PLANNER 1-10-05 • 60 /l - 9-gE4 7I/•*1 5-4S-3 1 b/7 5194S11 ten-1�--12 , p iwnAis 0 TAKE a . s ❑SEND AUTH NO. :__.....__ O �61-, 0;c4....y.. I 5 G CUAhI.[CLASS MUDAY r YR. � DeRt DESCRIPTION UNIT COST r �AMOUNT P i i ._.. ,. , / , VCg; the mount sko.rn ns 101Ai SUB /`- ^ W the isms ed:hr old Iden:iUed'en,„I,h SOUL sotisehet poyeey elherunt sbo rls thereon) TOTAL C� r ser'leon.Iprarri ,:r+s'r �h eil fa anrd'm o<mrcnu wil41h.,npr eeaerl poserninp Ice cse of wrh cad. o SIGN V TAX 2 HERE /� �- SALES SLIP TOTAL. 3 q i _ Bank of America. y. ecycletl Dap01 t. LEGAL NOTICE DATE TO BE PUBLISHED: THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 2005 ONLY BILL TO: Mandi Alford City of College Station P.O. Box 9960 College Station, TX 77842 Mastercard# 5478-9928-8647-1718 Expires 10/07 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING: The City of College Station will hold a public meeting concerning updating the Northgate Ordinance to more clearly reflect the District's character as a dense, urban-oriented entertainment area. The meeting will be held at the College Station Conference Center, 1300 George Bush Drive, College Station Texas at 6:00 p.m. on January 18, 2005. Any request for sign interpretive services for the hearing impaired must be made 48 hours before the meeting. To make arrangements call 979.764.3547 or (TDD) 1.800.735.2989. For additional information, please contact me at 979.764.3570. MOLLY HITCHCOCK STAFF PLANNER 01/11/2005 17:35 FAX 9797740053 THE EAGLE fZ001/001 •b , NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING: The City of College Station will hold a public meeting concerning updating the Northgate Ordinance to more clearly reflect the District's character as a dense, urban- oriented entertainment area. L ?C,/-4 The meeting will be held at the College Station Confer- ence Center, 1300 George Bush Drive, College Station Texas at 6:00 p.m. on January 18, 2005. .44 / Any request for sign interpretive services for the hearing dipP, impaired must be made 48 hours before the meeting. To make arrangements call 979.764.3547 or (TDD) 1.800.735.2989. For additional information, please contact me at 979.764.3570. MOLLY HITCHCOCK STAFF PLANNER 1-13-05 j 1•f78- "' 876 47/7/S` /O/ i6211g519'f 5`15 AUTH.NO. DATE 1/46.....e.t__„..:if_ DEPT. INITIALS �p ko. .........`nnv C�TAKE rirmiamo 're. 0NDfci:;_h ? I1 , cTI f 0 dr-it-1;—e— —f Y I 4t-1/-.4-r 1 , I Mc dr bIn m rgdoiddonp..,xdith nohTeLuemn�pIohlare aL<yR ohf achormurdur fPmoig) T_ u l s;n hrATOE .1.1", I I Cerrf^ IrLisIlh "` "rueP,"m"2 2 born SIGN / X.X ,, ■ "Bank of America. Sq ES SLIP TOTAL ,,CyC!ea pap„ r...._ December 15, 2004 To Whom It May Concern: The City of College Station is in the process of updating the City's Northgate Ordinance to more clearly reflect the District's character as a dense, urban-oriented entertainment area. You are cordially invited to the City sponsored public meetings to discuss and provide input on this update. The schedule for these public input meetings is: For Northgate Property Owners: Wednesday, January 12, 2005 at 3:30 p.m. Tradition Dormitory Conference Room 301 Church Avenue For Northgate Merchants: Friday, January 14, 2005 at 10 a.m. Tradition Dormitory Conference Room 301 Church Avenue For All Interested Parties and Wrap-Up: Tuesday, January 18, 2005 at 6 p.m. College Station Conference Center 1300 George Bush Drive City staff will be present to provide an overview of the preliminary provisions of the ordinance, receive public input, and answer any questions you might have. We hope that you will be able to attend the applicable meetings. If the meeting date applicable to you does not meet your scheduling needs, please attend any of the scheduled meetings. Your input is greatly valued. Thank you in advance for your participation and concern regarding this matter. Please feel free to contact me at (979) 764-3753 or Molly Hitchcock at 764-6251 should you have any questions. Sincerely, Kim Foutz, Director Joey Dunn, Director Economic Development Development Services NORTHGATE ORDINANCE CONCEPTS PUBLIC INPUT MEETING — TRADITIONS DORM JANUARY 12, 2005 (primarily property owners) • Time frame for ordinance? • Grease/solid waste management? Interest in common grease traps instead of individual • Sidewalks relative to single family homes—limited space, particularly along First St.—PIP ordinance • Money set aside for drainage improvements? • PW is looking at regional detention for NG around Inlow, Cherry, Spruce • Public meeting to review ordinance draft is good • Concepts proposed are more restrictive to NG-2 • Vision statement—ordinance can't create density--allow economic demand to dictate • Lot of attention to redevelopment—triggering all current standards when any expansion is proposed—should include flexibility—allow improvements that bring development/redevelopment"closer" to the vision • New Ubanism—don't legislate it • Street trees—"wonderful idea", but check to see if they will work)—not against streetscape, planters may be better • Parking in front of businesses shouldn't be discouraged on perimeter of NG (Wellborn and S. College "won't become warm and fuzzy pedestrian areas") • Façade articulation and maximum setbacks could present site planning problems— can these work together? • 50,000 sq.ft. maximum in NG-2 should be ground floor maximum • Allow fuel sales somewhere in NG • Drive thrus should be allowed—require placement behind building • Outdoor health club/sports facility—could work on roof? • Radio/TV station/studio could be done in urban setting • 20-ft. minimum height-16-18-ft. side and back facades should be acceptable—a height study should be made of desirable businesses (e.g., Pappadeaux) • Setbacks should be greater on Wellborn and S. College • Existing building approaches?—flexibility for redevelopment • Got in trouble for bricking up windows • Could churches develop in NG? Interest in an office building—would need to develop as any other office • Shell Zip In—grandfathered? Yes—dispensers/pumps replacement? Underground storage tanks replacement? Okay if not abandoned • Consider using ROW vs. public utility easement for utilities—concerns for omission of alleys • Old residential needs to be torn down and rebuilt, not given flexibility on standards— "closer to" the vision doesn't work NORTHGATE ORDINANCE CONCEPTS PUBLIC INPUT/FEEDBACK RECEIVED MEETING – CS CONFERENCE CENTER JANUARY 18, 2005 • What about storage buildings that house maintenance equipment (e.g., mowers for the church)? • NDA would like to know how parkland dedication money will be spent—would like to have input • Parking caps should be scaled in relation to the distance from the garage, key streets • Expert input needed for street tree viability • Need vision statements with more commitment from City Council; wants Council to commit to providing parking, utilities in the ROW • The development of NG is a chicken-or-egg situation—City needs to commit to infrastructure (including parking) to allow residential and commercial development to happen • There should be an exception in NG-2 to allow dense, high-rise residential without commercial • Will need to define "office" for first floor use prohibition because some office is retail-oriented (e.g., stock broker) • Does transparency work with nightclubs? Are there other options (e.g., look at Logan's) • A tax should be levied in NG to take care of infrastructure needs (not HOA or TIF, but he couldn't remember the name of it) • Parking caps will slow or stop development • The idea for NG development will not sell without parking • It has worked in other communities e.g., Penn State • Residents take up all the garage space—no room for business customers • Residents are business customers • Will the city bury existing electric lines? August 8, 2005 Regular Agenda Item # Northgate Ordinance and UDO Annual Review Discussion To: Glenn Brown, Acting City Manager From: Joey Dunn, Director of Planning & Development Services Agenda Caption: Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding the Northgate Ordinance and the annual review of the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO). Recommendation(s): Provide feedback regarding key issues and proposed changes to the Northgate Ordinance and Unified Development Ordinance. Summary: Staff would like to provide an overview of the status of two important pending ordinance amendments: the Northgate Ordinance, and the annual update of the UDO. In 2003, the City Council adopted the Northgate Redevelopment Implementation Plan, which envisions a unique, pedestrian-friendly, dense urban environment. The sections of the UDO that regulate aspects of the Northgate zoning districts are being updated to help encourage development and redevelopment in the area that will move towards the traditional neighborhood development desired for the area. Section 1.8 of the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) stipulates that the City Council shall review the UDO annually. The UDO was initially adopted in June, 2003. The first annual review of the Comprehensive Plan and UDO was completed in September, 2004. Staff met with City Council on May 12 and received direction on several issues, but would like to meet again to discuss the process with the new Council and seek guidance on issues that the public has presented since the last workshop. The processing of the "Northgate Ordinance" has been held separate from the annual UDO review because of the different stakeholder groups involved. Ordinance revision processes have involved public input through the City's website and public meetings. Once the drafts of the ordinances have been released to the public, additional public meetings will be held before proceeding to the Planning & Zoning Commission and City Council for final consideration. Budget & Financial Summary: N/A Attachments: 1. Changes Proposed to the Northgate Ordinance 2. Changes Proposed to the UDO 3. UDO Requests from Citizens 4. Pending Development-Related Ordinances and Documents CHANGES PROPOSED TO THE NORTHGATE ORDINANCE Article 3 Development Review Procedures • Remove Northgate development review from the Powers and Duties of the Design Review Board and add it to the Powers and Duties of the Administrator • Add the ability to hear and decide waivers to specific Northgate development standards to the Powers and Duties of the Design Review Board. • Clarify that the development processes for design districts will only apply to Wolf Pen Creek. Article 5 District Purpose Statements and Supplemental Standards • Add use standards that will encourage pedestrian-friendly uses along the main corridors. • Add use standards that will encourage buildings with multiple tenants and/or mix of uses. • Grandfather existing drive-thru windows in NG-2 Transitional Northgate. • Identify the properties listed as medium or high priority in the Northgate Historic Resources Survey and include specific standards for the rehabilitation of these properties. • Add design standards that mirror the Non-Residential Architectural Standards that apply elsewhere in town, but make the standards more sensitive to the pedestrian scale and allow for more flexibility in building materials and colors. • Set standards for off-street parking that are less stringent than those for other zoning districts. • Clarify sidewalk and landscape/streetscape requirements. • Allow for more creative signage through the use of hanging signs and projection signs. • Change the requirements for outdoor storage and display to allow for sales/displays on sidewalks but prohibit outdoor storage. • Provide a specific list of standards the Design Review Board may consider waivers to and provide guidance for those decisions. • Remove the requirement for a maximum setback from a right-of-way and create a maximum setback from the back of curb, and add a minimum 2-story height and minimum floor to area ratio for all Northgate districts. Article 6 Zoning Districts • Remove drive-in/thru windows, fuel sales, and radio/TV station/studios as permitted uses in NG-2. • Allow roof-top outdoor health club/sports facilities in NG-1. • Remove theaters as conditional uses in NG-3. ■ Allow unregulated wireless telecommunication facilities in all Northgate districts. Changes Proposed to the UDO • General housekeeping items—clerical corrections, consistent terminology, etc. • Integrate the provisions of the Airport Zoning Ordinance. • Update various portions of the ordinance that were affected when Section 7.9 Non- Residential Architectural Standards were adopted. Article 3 Development Review Procedures • Clarify procedures for receiving Certificates of Occupancy and Completion. • Clarify to which standards the Administrator may grant an Administrative Adjustment and reduce the maximum amount available for such adjustment. Article 5 District Purpose Statements and Supplemental Standards • Change RDD Redevelopment Overlay District to allow for urban and suburban RDD overlays, establish guidelines for the application of those districts, and provide incentives through alternative development standards. Article 6 Zoning Districts • Revise application requirements for wireless telecommunication facilities to allow for a propagation map with a shorter time period and to make the process easier for the location of antennae on existing structures. • Add regulations to control the use and placement of PODS (Portable On Demand Storage). Article 7 General Development Standards • Allow covered porches into front and side setbacks on limited basis. • Add queuing requirements for drive through lanes. • Require Traffic Impact Assessments for all large trip-generating developments. • Establish a minimum distance from the right-of-way for freestanding signs, include limitations for non-commercial and political signs, and add a requirement for the removal of signage when a structure is demolished. • Allow Staff to have more discretion when determining solid waste requirements and include regulations for 300-gallon solid waste containers and gated dumpster screening structures. • Make a number of changes to the nonresidential architectural standards to clarify many of the requirements, when they are due, how they should be submitted, etc., to remove inconsistencies, and to make certain requirements less. Article 11 Definitions • Define or redefine banner, clinic, Development Engineer, fagade, overflow parking, and portable storage. • NORTHGATE ORDINANCE CONCEPTS PUBLIC INPUT MEETING – TRADITIONS DORM JANUARY 14, 2005 (Primarily business owners) • Skate park in detention area? • Encourage murals—maybe let them count towards architectural relief • Don't become too regimented with architecture—don't want everything to look the same—want to be funky • Free parking options are good and would encourage parking in garage • "Mall" map is a good idea but will have to be updated frequently—who will maintain it? • Is there funding for underground parking? • Not adequate fire code enforcement—discourages the building of new bars/restaurants • Maybe there should be a minimum sq.ft. requirement for a site to be constructed • Fliers should be banned—they look trashy • Grauke: fliers are a good way to disseminate information • Monument signs should be allowed on University, S. College, and Wellborn • Off-site, directional monument signs should be allowed for hotels • Greater flexibility or a change of NRA standards is needed to promote more funkiness • 10,000 sq.ft. for a single retail tenant may be too small; consider Rothers and Hancock around 11,000 – 12,0000 each; want to allow for CVS or Walgreens • 10,000 sq.ft. is not too small; don't want typical CVS or Walgreens • Be sure the ordinance does not prohibit rooftop cafes/porches • Grandfathering needs to take into account the expansion of existing non- conforming structures (e.g., adding on/expanding a porch or outdoor café) Molly Hitchcock (100# �' IcYt11.CL}LLEGL.S AGENDA DESIGN REVIEW BOARD Friday, July 24, 2009, 11:00 AM Administrative Conference Room College Station City Hall 1101 Texas Avenue College Station, Texas, 77840 1. Call to Order 2. Consideration, discussion and possible action on Absence Requests. • John Nichols - June 5, 2009 • Hunter Goodwin - June 5, 2009 3. Consideration, discussion and possible action to approve meeting Minutes. • May 8, 2009 DRB Minutes • May 22, 2009 DRB Minutes • June 5, 2009 DRB Minutes 4. Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding a waiver request to Section 5.6.B.6 of the Unified Development Ordinance relating to off-street parking for a proposed multi-family development located at 401,403,and 405 Second Street. Case #09-00500144 (LH) 5. Possible action and discussion on future agenda items - A Design Review Board Member may inquire about a subject for which notice has not been given. A statement of specific factual information or the recitation of existing policy may be given. Any deliberation shall be limited to a proposal to place the subject on an agenda for a subsequent meeting. 6. Adjourn. Consultation with Attorney {Gov't Code Section 551.071; possible action. The Design Review Board may seek advice from its attorney regarding a pending and contemplated litigation subject or attorney-client privileged information. After executive session discussion, any final action or vote taken will be in public. If litigation or attorney-client privileged information issues arise as to the posted subject matter of this Design Review Board meeting, an executive session will be held. Notice is hereby given that a Regular Meeting of the Design Review Board of the City of College Station, Texas will be held on the Friday, July 24, 2009 at 11:00 a.m. at the City Hall Administrative Conference Room, 1101 Texas Avenue, College Station, Texas. The following subjects will be discussed, to wit: See Agenda 1 Posted this the day of , 2009 at p.m. CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS By Connie Hooks, City Secretary I, the undersigned, do hereby certify that the above Notice of Meeting of the Design Review Board of the City of College Station, Texas, is a true and correct copy of said Notice and that I posted a true and correct copy of said notice on the bulletin board at City Hall, 1101 Texas Avenue, in College Station, Texas, and the City's website, www.cstx.gov. The Agenda and Notice are readily accessible to the general public at all times. Said Notice and Agenda were posted on , 2009 and remained so posted continuously for at least 72 hours preceding the scheduled time of said meeting. This public notice was removed from the official posting board at the College Station City Hall on the following date and time: by Dated this day of , 2009. CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS By Subscribed and sworn to before me on this the day of , 2009. Notary Public- Brazos County, Texas My commission expires: This building is wheelchair accessible. Handicap parking spaces are available. Any request for sign interpretive service must be made 48 hours before the meeting. To make arrangements call (979) 764-3517 or (TDD) 1-800-735-2989. Agendas may be viewed on www.cstx.gov. 2 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Planning 6 Development Sery ;cs Minutes Design Review Board Friday, May 8, 2009 Administrative Conference Room 1101 Texas Avenue 11:00 AM Board Members Present: John Nichols, Ward Wells, Hunter Goodwin, Alan King, and Katy Jackson Staff Present: Staff Planners Matt Robinson, Lauren Hovde, and Jason Schubert, Intern Felix Landry, Planning Administrator Molly Hitchcock, Assistant Director Lance Simms, and Staff Assistant Nicole Padilla Others Present: Jane Kee, Natalie Ruiz, Mark Lindley, Carlos Delgado, Skylar Bell, and David Cooper AGENDA ITEM NO. 1: Call to order. Chairman Nichols called the meeting to order at 11:00 a.m. AGENDA ITEM NO. 2: Possible action and discussion to approve meeting minutes for March 13,2009. Alan King motioned to approve the meeting minutes. The motion was seconded by Ward Wells and passed(5-0). AGENDA ITEM NO. 3: Presentation, possible action, and discussion on a sign package for Sonic Drive-In, located at 512 Harvey Road and generally located in the Wolf Pen Creek District between Rudy's and Ozona. Case#09-00500032 (LH) Lauren Hovde, Staff Planner, presented the request for the installation of Pop Board display inserts and a cherry limeade sign on the Sonic Drive-In located at 512 Harvey Road. Carlos Delgado, Applicant, explained to the Board Members that the Pop Board display inserts will be on the side of the building while the cherry limeade sign was to be mounted on 3 the front of the building. He further explained that the signs proposed are meant to be eye- popping, but he does not feel that they are a distraction. There was general discussion on what types of pictures are normally used for the display inserts and what pictures may be used in the future. Ward Wells motioned to approve both items with the condition that the Pop Board inserts may be periodically changed, but that they display only Sonic product promotions. The motion was seconded by Katy Jackson; motion passed (5-0). AGENDA ITEM NO. 4: Presentation, possible action, and discussion on a sign package for The Lofts at Wolf Pen Creek, located at 614 Holleman Drive East, generally located on the southwest corner of the intersection of Holleman Drive East and Dartmouth Street in the Wolf Pen Creek District. Case#09-00500067 (JS) Jason Schubert, Staff Planner, presented the request for a general sign package for The Lofts at Wolf Pen Creek. He informed the Board Members that due to a Zoning Board of Adjustments meeting held previously that week, the number of sign items presented to the Design Review Board had been limited to canopy letters to be located in front of the private clubhouse entrance facing Holleman Drive East and the flag-mount pole sign to be located in the plaza area in front of the commercial uses. Board Members discussed the type of signs allowed in the Wolf Pen Creek District and their authority in the review of the two signs. Jane Kee, of the IPS Group, made a presentation of the proposed signs and illustrated to the Board Members how the completed project will look. She further explained that the signs were to be part of the architecture of the building. Ms. Kee then informed the Board Members that the original intent was to bring the entire sign package to the Design Review Board first because she felt that design was very important to her project. She continued that the goal was to explain to the Zoning Board of Adjustments, that like Northgate, the project needed a sign design that not only would appeal to the vehicular traffic but also to pedestrian traffic. There was general discussion on vertical signs and the practicality of those signs for pedestrians. Ms. Kee advised the Board Members that she was hoping to make an application for a rehearing before the Zoning Board of Adjustments for two reasons. The first reason, she explained, was because there was information she felt that was not presented that the Zoning Board Members did ask about and the second reason is because despite staff's comments, this was not an ordinance re-write issue. She asked the Board Members if they [IPS Group] were even on the right track in thinking about using the sign design that the Zoning Board of Adjustment did not grant a variance to because at that intersection there is so much of a pedestrian focus. 4 Lance Simms, Assistant Director of Planning and Development Services, advised the Board Members that he was not comfortable with Ms. Kee taking each individual board member's comments and presenting those comments to the Zoning Board of Adjustment as new information. He further explained that the only way staff would accept the Board Member's comments to be presented to the Zoning Board of Adjustments would be if there was a formal motion made and voted on, which the Board could not do because there was no item on the agenda for such motion. Hunter Goodwin stated that the Design Review Board had seen this project three or four times and that he does not understand why the sign package was not brought to the Design Review Board to begin with or at least brought before them to get the Board Member's spirit of intent. He went on to explain that he felt that was not a good decision on staff's part. Assistant Director Simms explained that the Design Review Board does not have the authority to grant sign variances, therefore it was presented to the Zoning Board of Adjustments first because it did not make sense to allow the Design Review Board to hear an item that was not even allowed in the district. Molly Hitchcock, Planning Administrator, reminded the Board Members that the items that the Design Review Board had held discussions on before had originally met the ordinance and had not required a variance from the Zoning Board of Adjustments as this item had. Chairman Nichols stated he was not comfortable going on record with his comments to be used to influence the Zoning Board of Adjustments. Alan King motioned to approve the canopy letters and the flag-mount pole signs as submitted. Ward Wells seconded the motion; motion passed (5-0). AGENDA ITEM NO. 5: Presentation, possible action, and discussion on a sign package for Ozona Grill & Bar Restaurant, located at 520 Harvey Road and generally located in the Wolf Pen Creek District between Sonic and Carino's Restaurant. Case #09-00500085 (MR) Matt Robinson, Staff Planner, presented the item stating the Applicant has requested to replace the existing freestanding monument sign along Harvey Road. He further explained that the Applicant had submitted two options, both utilizing the company's new branding. Skylar Bell, owner of Ozona Bar and Grill, explained to the Board Members that the new sign would match the trademark of his other locations in Dallas. He further explained that they submitted two proposals to work with the constrictions of the Wolf Pen Creek area. He answered questions in general from the Board Members. There was general discussion by the Board Members of the amount of illumination used for the sign. Board Members requested that Applicant present revised proposals using less illumination on the sign. 5 Alan King motioned to deny both options as submitted. Ward Wells seconded the motion; motion passed (5-0). AGENDA ITEM NO. 6: Possible action and discussion on future agenda items — A Design Review Board Member may inquire about a subject for which notice has not been given. A statement of specific factual information or the recitation of existing policy may be given. Any deliberation shall be limited to a proposal to place the subject on an agenda for a subsequent meeting. None AGENDA ITEM NO. 6: Adjourn Alan King motioned for adjournment. Ward Wells seconded the motion;which passed (5-0). Meeting adjourned at 12:25 p.m. APPROVED: John Nichols, Chairman ATTEST: Nicole Padilla, Staff Assistant 6 (*(01111( 11141111 CIN OF COLLEGE STATION Planning 6Dex+aleJpmentService, Minutes Design Review Board Friday, May 22, 2009 Administrative Conference Room 1101 Texas Avenue 11:00 AM Board Members Present: Acting Chairman Ward Wells, Hunter Goodwin, Alan King, Jason Kinnard, and Katy Jackson Staff Present: Senior Planner Jennifer Prochazka, Staff Planner Lauren Hovde, and Staff Assistant Nicole Padilla Others Present: Andrew Hawkins, Mark Sweiden, and Robert Spann AGENDA ITEM NO. 1: Call to order. Acting Chairman Wells called the meeting to order at 11:05 a.m. AGENDA ITEM NO. 2: Consider Absence request Jason Kinnard—May 8, 2009 Hunter Goodwin motioned to approve the absence request. Katy Jackson seconded the motion; which passed unopposed (4-0). AGENDA ITEM NO. 3: Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding a waiver to Section 5.6.B.3 of the Unified Development Ordinance related to facade changes on a historic property located at 106 College Main in the Northgate District. Case#09-00500087 (LH) Lauren Hovde, Staff Planner, presented the item stating that the Applicant is proposing to add a third floor/roof-top bar which requires a waiver to Section 5.6.B.3.b of the UDO. She further explained that this section requires historic character of a property to be retained and preserved. 7 Andrew Hawkins, Applicant, advised the Board Members that the intent of the project was to add a rooftop bar while keeping the historic character, as well as addressing the comments from the Design Review Board member on the Corner Bar's rooftop bar. He answered questions in general from the Board Members. There was general discussion about the proposed materials and colors for the addition. There was general discussion to table the item as submitted so that the Applicant could revise the colors and materials to match the existing building. Board Members also discussed and agreed to schedule a meeting for June 5, 2009 to allow the Applicant to present revised plans. Alan King motioned to table the item as submitted. Hunter Goodwin seconded the motion; motion passed (5-0). AGENDA ITEM NO. 4: Possible action and discussion on future agenda items — A Design Review Board Member may inquire about a subject for which notice has not been given. A statement of specific factual information or the recitation of existing policy may be given. Any deliberation shall be limited to a proposal to place the subject on an agenda for a subsequent meeting. None AGENDA ITEM NO. 5: Adjourn Alan King motioned for adjournment. Hunter Goodwin seconded the motion; which passed (5-0). Meeting adjourned at 11:50 a.m. APPROVED: Ward Wells,Acting Chairman ATTEST: Nicole Padilla, Staff Assistant 8 *1 -144 1111111111"111114 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Pia eying e:f_7eah lapmexar_5ervw" Minutes Design Review Board Friday, June 5, 2009 Administrative Conference Room 1101 Texas Avenue 11:00 AM Board Members Present: Acting Chairman Ward Wells, Alan King, Jason Kinnard, and Katy Jackson Staff Present: Senior Planner Jennifer Prochazka, Staff Planner Lauren Hovde, and Staff Assistant Amber Carter Others Present: Andrew Hawkins and Jason Young AGENDA ITEM NO. 1: Call to order. Acting Chairman Wells called the meeting to order at 11:04 a.m. AGENDA ITEM NO. 2: Consider Absence request John Nichols—May 22, 2009 Katy Jackson motioned to approve the absence request. Jason Kinnard seconded the motion; which passed unopposed (4-0). AGENDA ITEM NO. 3: Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding a waiver to Section 5.6.B.3 of the Unified Development Ordinance related to façade changes on a historic property located at 106 College Main in the Northgate District. Case#09-00500087 (LH) Lauren Hovde, Staff Planner, presented the request for a waiver to Section 5.6.B.3.b of the UDO for facade changes on a historic property to allow the Applicant to add a third floor/roof-top bar. She further explained that the Applicant submitted four different options for the Board Members' review since the item was originally tabled at the May 22, 2009, meeting. 9 Andrew Hawkins, Applicant, presented the four options to the Board Members. He described how the options ranged from most monochromatic to least based on comments from the Board Members from the previous meeting. There was general discussion about the options presented by Mr. Hawkins. Jason Kinnard motioned to approve the Building Elevations C Option with the condition of adding the black accent band on the building which appears in the Building Elevations B Option, that the railing be black, and that mill-fmished aluminum trim be used for all other metal objects on the building. Hunter Goodwin seconded the motion; motion passed (5-0). AGENDA ITEM NO. 4: Possible action and discussion on future agenda items — A Design Review Board Member may inquire about a subject for which notice has not been given. A statement of specific factual information or the recitation of existing policy may be given. Any deliberation shall be limited to a proposal to place the subject on an agenda for a subsequent meeting. None AGENDA ITEM NO. 5: Adjourn Alan King motioned for adjournment. Katy Jackson seconded the motion; which passed (4- 0). Meeting adjourned at 11:14 a.m. APPROVED: Ward Wells,Acting Chairman ATTEST: Amber Carter, Staff Assistant 10 I . . 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Hccookist ii,.., ,...,,.., _..„.. ,,,,,..., 11 • ,1, • edi NA sa.....,t,,,,, !C,Acol, ,U.. 1 . , - l' I l' - 12 DESIGN REVIEW BOARD NORTHGATE DISTRICT STAFF REPORT Project Manager: Lauren Hovde, Staff Planner Report Date: July 15, 2009 Email: Ihovde@cstx.gov Meeting Date: July 24, 2009 For 401,403,405 SECOND STREET (PARKING WAIVER) (09-00500144) Item: Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding a waiver request to Section 5.6.B.6 of the Unified Development Ordinance relating to off-street parking for a proposed multi-family development located at 401,403,and 405 Second Street in Northgate. Zoning District: NG-3, Residential Northgate Location: 401,403,405 Second Street, located at the corner of Second and Cherry Streets, next to Traditions Apartments Applicant: Jane Kee, IPS Group Item Summary: The applicant is seeking a waiver to Section 5.6.B.6.c of the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) Off-Street Parking Standards which states: "Off-street parking facilities for residential uses shall meet 75% of the number of specified parking requirements of Section 7.2.H Number of Off-Street Parking Spacing Required." Section 7.2.H requires a total of 50 parking spaces for 33 one-bedroom units in a multi-family development. Since the UDO allows multi-family developments in Northgate to provide 75% of the number of parking spaces required in Section 7.2.H, the proposed development is required to provide a minimum of 38 spaces. The applicant is requesting an 8% reduction resulting in the construction of 35 spaces. Section 5.6.B.14.m gives the Design Review Board authority to approve a reduction in parking for residential uses if a parking study supports the reduction based on reasonable assumptions of parking availability. The applicant has applied for this reduction on the basis that the multi-family development will be gated without the addition of an entry key pad. Residents will be assigned a card to scan which will allow them to access the reserved parking area. This is intended to prevent any visitor vehicles from entering the development. It does not take into account that there may be more than one resident in a unit that has a need to park. Though this development, which contains 33 one-bedroom units and an apartment office, may be sufficiently served by this parking area, the reduction will virtually eliminate the possibility for multiple residents of a one-bedroom unit to each park a vehicle, or the possibility for visitors to park. 13 Item Background: At this time, there has not been a formal site plan submittal. All discussions that have taken place have been in regards to preliminary drawings. Therefore, there has not been a review of this site to ensure that all other Northgate ordinances are being met. Due to the major impact the Board's decision will have on the design of this site, the applicant requested that they be allowed to make the request prior to solidifying the site layout. As the applicant stated in their application, the need for a parking reduction was caused from the dumpster being located at the rear of the building which is a Northgate requirement. Considering the applicant's design, either a variance to the dumpster location would need to be sought that would allow them to place the facility closer to Second Street or a parking waiver would need to be sought to reduce the number of parking to accommodate the setback dumpster location. Recommendation: The applicant wishes to minimally serve the proposed development with a surface parking lot containing 35 spaces. While this concerns Staff, we also believe it would be better to reduce the number of available parking spaces by three rather than move the dumpsters closer to Second Street, which is meant to be a pedestrian corridor. Staff recommends approval of the requested parking waiver for the proposed multi-family development at 401, 403, and 405 Second Street. Issues/Items for Review: 1. Parking waiver. Section 5.6.B.14.m gives the Design Review Board authority to approve a reduction in parking for residential uses if a parking study supports the reduction based on reasonable assumptions of parking availability. Supporting Materials: 1. Location Map 2. Application and Parking Study 3. Copy of site plan 14 • • Citsoercie% I roil USC ONLY • Z.- !/.;•,/•, 1 CASE NO- : ''•- DATE • • ( STA:HON 1.. Pilqhivy&111,vespl•Ar.il Si-rukw r • _ • ; • • • GEspati REVIEW IOARD APPEALS &WAPVERS APPLICATION MININUNI%LIMA TrAl rtrcaii R FM rt4 Ts: -117 5150 4T,IitAtfon Fr.e. ApplicNtion completed in full. Additior mil materials;tray be required of the applicant such an site pram,elevation drEvaings,1•;iutt detailts mid floor&rm.The Zoning Official$hall Worm the applicant of ally extra In Rkwials re4uiroci. Date of Cotiferencil! Mardi 13,7110c) PLICAMPRWEirt MANAGER'S INFORMATION rrirrialy Contact for the Projecq: Name: Jana Kee, IPS Group Street Address: 511 University Dr.East Suite 205, College Station,TX 77640 Address: jane@ipc•group.us ?home Number: 646-9250 Vax Number: 200-3564 DEVELOPER'S I NFOR ON; Nenritr Torn fierhelin 11:3W0Westgiove.Suite 100,Ackliwn,-IX n001 E-fukiII Acidrcos! r.r,i.A.bt).:nt:j. .v:r.',!•fff Phone Ni imber 214-265-688(t ext. 115 2$44302-1922 coil PROP E RTY INFORWATION Charle$H. Szabuniawicz 3E101 iTI-I ST Prraii,IX 77801.4554 EMiAtitirle5a: Phone lAirribar: • LOCIATIUM OF PROPERTY: ArkiresiV 401,403,405 Second Siroot Lot Block*alxiivision:Lints 5ti..7,8,Block 20,Bomtt CURRENT ZONING OF St.glEPJEGI Y; NG3 APPEALIWAPAN NU:110E31ED:(Girele One) • Northgato Requirernentv Appilcohisi On.iinni lea fioiction!5.6.c 15 .rxlxltrrvatirion of appealfWQiVar request: This is a email development with 33 efficiency units in t a proposed complex. Each unit is approximately 3glO SF and ii,designed for one individual.This di::-velrpment is located in a largely pedestrian area and the policing provided is for residents only, •Thr duveloper i!3 pnapiwing h+have an amass gate that will allow resid;,nt,only to enter the Muting area,if the City allows a reduced throat depth for the gate. Even without tile gate, thio parkin urea will be signori for resident#only, This reduction in perkily allows the dumpatsr to be moved farther to the rear of the buildings in compliance with the Nlorthhare regiilrtiorlc and allcsahrg far proper place m t of the et4;,trical transformer on the site. • The proposed 35 spaces meet the parking demand tor this particular development vrhich is designed for 33 residents.There viill be na visitor parking allowac7 tire.psarking area.The intent is to protest the perking soma for residents only,Providing}35 spaces rather than 3a will havu no impact on the surroundin-g area,however a:itieca is.parkin allowed on adjacent residential sfraet4:and in the-parking garage nearby. • GIrFel RAL APPEAL!MA1VVR REQUEST • The felowierg apociEe variation front the ordir&rice is r+a uaat:Ci: Reduce required parking from 38(rouri sd up frarri 37.125)to 35 spaoes fora multi-family developmeirt In Northgate(6% reduction). The tienecaea:s ary hardship(s1 Involved by meeting the 1iresv6iunaa or tit erdlnanec atihec Mao Tr eracia li;rittai4r isi ioa • Tu 1equiie two more;paces wilt impact the development such that units would have to ba • elirninirtjd whish is contrary to the UOO inteiitkiri to irnillementthe Narthgate Plan Calling for rf:developing prorc:rlies into higher resicler:6ai don;iitiesE- The to41owind elierri:ativea to the rr q,a tic variance are ptissibte: The di. npasters could he moved closer to tiecorld Eiroet and one additional parking spece could be gained. This is contrary to the Northgete Design goii.elineb which attempt to locate d'arnpstcr faaMifies as far from the roadway es possible to limit visibility. The Applicant has prep?md ttris app1tJk i Srrd oertWii s Mat he rads stated heroin and exhibits aitarhed hereto:are rola, mimed and complete. ` r/ f 7 13. nafrr}c:r3.ridTitle 7 r Dote , 16 . : • / F. . _ ._. —."•-•." :,.... :.•.. 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Box 9960 College Station, TX 77842 Expires 02/07 NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING: The City of College Station will hold a public meeting concerning updating the Northgate Ordinance to more clearly reflect the District's character as a dense, urban-oriented entertainment area. The meeting will be held in the Tradition Dormitory Conference Room, 301 Church Avenue, College Station Texas at 3:30 p.m. on January 12, 2005. Any request for sign interpretive services for the hearing impaired must be made 48 hours before the meeting. To make arrangements call 979.764.3547 or (TDD) 1.800.735.2989. For additional information, please contact me at 979.764.3570. MOLLY HITCHCOCK STAFF PLANNER WI's