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Misc. July 29, 1987 MEMORANDUM TO: T.G.I. (Tad) Vaughn, 1504 Quail's Nest, Syed Hyder, 1208 Charles Court, College ollege Station tat ion FROM: Project Review Committee: Jane Kee,Zoning Offici David Pullen, City Engin e (Review~d prior to meeting) George Dresser & Doug Mo e, P&ZRe>>resentatives Others attending: Tino Ocono, Public Services Departm ~nt Ray Havens, Electrical Superintende It Bill Riley, Water Distribution Supe 'visor Harry Davis, Fire Marshal Coy Perry, Building Official Marianne Banks, Assistant City Atto 'ney Shirley Volk,Planning Technician SUBJECT: Parking Lot Plan - Renovation to existing building located at 313 College Main Street (Blk 6-7 Lts 21,22 et at Boyett subdivision) to accommodate a Fast Food Restaurant and a Travel Agency. (87-412) The P.R.C. only has the authority to approve site plans if all ordinance requirements are met. A variance to the front setback requirements was granted at this location in 1983 to cover the existing setback of this building. The P.R.C. met on this date to review the subject project, and recommends approval of the proposal with the following conditions*: . (1) The Building Official made the following statements: There will be 1 meter service for this project with an outside disconnect. A 1 or Z hour firewall (depending up>n specific uses) will be required to separate tenants. Signs must be installed to identify landicap parking spaces. (2) Water & Sewer Distribution Supervisor mad. the following statements: PRO (87-412) 7-29-87 page 2 A fire hydrant must. be installed by the developer to provide required coverage (located flithin 300 feet of all parts of the building). Coordirlate construction documents with the Water & Sewer ani Engineering Divisions. If a larger service is required and necessitates an additional meter, coordinate with Witer & Sewer. The existing service can be used if it lleets the tenants' requirements. (3) The Electrical Supervisor made the folloiing statements: Submit electric load data requiremelts. Maintain an 18 foot clearance over :he parking lot. Voltage availability is limited in 'his area; coordinate requirements wi th the E 1 ~ctric D i v is ion. (4) Public Service representative made the f ~llowing statements: Maintain a 12' x 12' minimum interi r clearance for the required 3 cubic yard dumpster. The dumpster pad must be at the sam elevation as adjacent driving surface. Do not include walls around dumpster; 6ft raised curbing to separate the dumpster pad from the adjacent parking space is acceptable. (5) The Fire Marshal stated that both sides of the entrance driving lane must be marked ttFire Lane" from the street entrance to where the lane meets the driving lane which runs perpendicular to it. (6) The Project Review Committee stated the eKisting railroad ties which are located along the back of the site and the ones around the island adjacent to the entrance can remain in place, but all others must be replaced by 61t raised curbing as required around the new parking lot. (7) The Project Review Committee also stated that although the site as it exists meets the landscaping points required by ordinance, it does not meet the dispersal requirements. If a revised landscaping plan is submitted, it will be subject to s.taff review, and if no additional andscaping plans are made, the PRe requires the addition f either 1 canopy tree at each fr-ont corner of the buildi 19, or 1 canopy tree at the right frollt corner of the b ilding and several crape myrtles along the front and othe" corner. PRC (87-412) 7-29-87 page 3 Additionally, the landscape notes should be clanged to reflect the correct species. Eliminate the existing Live oak tree along the right side of the project and the hackber"y (sugarberry) trees from the list of items to be counted fo" points. (8) The City Engineer sent a statement which indi,cated> there may be drainage problems on the site, but any res)lutionof,any drainage problem will be the developer's to hlndleasthere are no public drainage. facilities involved in thi J pro'ject. His statement further indicated that he notes no ~ngineering problems with this proposal. (9) Coordinate telephone requirements with Llverne Dube of GTE. (10) Coordinate natural gas requirements with Lane Wetherbee of Lone Star Gas Co. SUBMIT 10 COPIES OF REVISED PLANS TO THE PLAN lING l;lEPARTMENT PRIOR TO CONTINUING WITH STEP II OF THE BUILD[NGPERMIT PROCESS. *Anychanges to an approved site plan must be cleared through the Planning Department. j2mlJ~~ ~ ~o/91'