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MiscellaneousMINIMUM REOUIRENIENTS FOR FINAL PLATS ALL. CITY ORDINANCES MUST BE LLOWING: INCLU~ING BUT NOT L[MITED TO THE FO (Requirements based on field su~~ey and marked by monuments and markers) f~ 1. Drawn on 24" x 36" sheet to scale of 100' per inch. ®" 2. Name & address of subdivider, recorded owner, planner, engineer and surveyor. ^ 3. Name & address of all lenders on the property. ^ 4. Name & address of all easement holders. L~ 5. Proposed name of subdivision (not spelled or pronounced similarly to any other subdivision in Brazos County, Texas). 6. Date of preparation, scale in feet and north arrow. C~' a. key map (vicinity map) not necessarily to scale. CY 7. Application fee. ^ 8. Approved constriction documents on 24" x 36" sheets. ,..~ ^ 9. Paid tax certificates from City of College Station, Brazos County and the C.S.LS.D. 10. Total area intended to be developed. 11. Subdivision boundary lines indicated by heavy lines. l~' 12. ~eirtificate of Ownership & Dedication; sCei-tificate of Surveyorship and/or Engineer; .certificate of City Engineer; Approval of Commission; Approval of City Council; sEertificate of the County Clerk j (Owner(s)' signature(s) must be in place before taking plat to P&Z for consideration). t,~Y 13. Number of lots. ~" a. number of lots by Zoning District. b. average acreage of each residential lot by Zoning District. 14. Approximate area of street right-of--way. 15. Proposed parkland dedication information. (~~~ ~ 16. Requested oversize participation items, if any. 17. Location of the One Hundred Yr. Floodplain according to the most recent available date. 18. If more than 1 sheet, an index sheet showing entire subdivision at a scale of 500 feet per inch. ^ 19. Exact location, dimensions, name and legal description of all existing or recorded streets, alleys, resei~~ations, easements or other R.O.W. within the subdivision, intersecting or contiguous with boundary or forming boundary with accurate dimensions, bearings or deflection angles and radii, area, center angle, degree of curvature, tangent distance and length of all curves. ® 20. Same information for proposed streets, alleys, etc. as preliminary plats. ^ 21. Lot corner markers and sui~~ey monuments (by symbol) and tied to basic survey data ^ 22. Street, alley, and sidewalk plans, profiles and sections, with specifications and detail cost estimates. ^ 23. Sanitary sewer plat with 2 foot contours, plan and profile lines, showing depth and grades, with cost estimates. ^ 24. Water line plat showing fire hydrants, valves, etc. with specifications and a detailed cost estimate. ^ 25. Storm drainage system plat with 2 foot contours, street lines, inlets, storm sewer and drainage channels, with profiles and sections, and showing drainage and runoff areas, and runoff based on S, 10, and 2> year rain intensity. Detail drainage structure design and channel lining design if used, with specification and detail cost estimate. ^ 26. Street lighting plan showing location of lights, design, and with specifications and detail cost estimate. ^ 27. Submit a statement addressing any differences between the final plat and approved Master Preliminary Plat & Plan. ^ 2S. Indicate any variances requested and reasons for same. ^ 30. Are there impact fees associated with this development? ^ 3 1. Add a general note that no private sewage facility may be installed on any lot in this subdivision without the issuance of a license by the Brazos County Health Unit under the provisions of the private facility regulations adopted by the Commissioners Court of Brazos County, pursuant to the provisions of Section 21.004 of the Texas Water Code. fomn~plmi~lnlpia~~SA< Printed by Natalie Thomas 8/22/95 3:14pm From: Tony Michalsky CONFIRMED To: Natalie Thomas Subject ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ===NOTE=====---=-=====8/22/95==2:19pm=====__________________________________ Here are my comments for tommorows PRC meeting. If you have any question let me know. College Station Personal Care Facility Requirements Underground service per city requirements. Developer is responsible for 20% of the cost of electrical service to property.. Developer installes all conduit per city design and requirements. Developer pours concrete transformer and junction box pads per specs. Electric Service Request Form, (fill out and return form). Temporary Blanket Easement for construction purposes, (fill out and return form with property description and deed), Upon completion of project permanent meets and bounds descriptive easement will be necessary to release blanket easement (20 ft. public utility easements). Information Needed Service voltage needed. Load Data Main breaker size (outside disconnect required). Meter & Ct's will be located on transformer. Willow Run Phase One No comments. College Station Buisness Center No comments. Parkway View Addition Requirements Underground service to all lots. Developer installs all conduit per city design requirements. City will design and provide plans for installation. Service conduit also installed by builder of duplexes from du-plex to transformer. Electric Service Request Form (fill out and return). Developer is responsible for 20% of the cost of electrical sercive to property. Other Comments Pole and anchor is located on lot 5, request was made about cost to relocate to island across alley. Doesn't seem to be an easement covering the island. Approxamate cost $2000 to $2500 dollars. Page: 1 `~ CITY OF COLLEGE STATIOI`I ®/ Engineering Division ~v ~~ ~ ~-~~ r" ~, ~f~ b, ~~~ ~ ! ~~' " i ~ ~~ ~~jO a,U V~.~ ~t- _~ ~~ ~ QX. ~~\ ~ ~ i~~ c~ I~~ c~~~ KOPPE CORPORATION 310 University Drive East College Station, Texas 77840 January 15, 1996 Mr. Kent Laza, P.E. City Engineer Department of Development Services P.O. Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77842-9960 RE: LETTER OF INTENT FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO WALDEN POND WITH DEVELOPMENT OF SURROUNDING PROPERTY CRAWFORD BURNETT LEAGUE -ABSTRACT NO. 7 COLLEGE STATION, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS. Dear Kent, This letter is written to confirm the intention of myself, Edsel Jones, to make drainage improvements to Walden Pond at such time as I develop the property I currently own adjacent to Parkway View Addition. (See the attached sketch.) This adjacent property in question is bound by the following roadways and proposed roadways: the extension of Southwest Parkway, Luther Street, Jones- Butler Road, and Woodsman Drive (running parallel to Holleman). This entire region is tributary to the Walden Pond drainage basin. Parkway View Addition is the first step of development within these bounds and is being constructed by Mr. Joe Courtney at this time. The Courtney property is a 1.07 acre tract which will contribute a small increase of 2.3 cubic feet per second to runoff flow draining to Walden Pond. Improvements to Walden Pond shall be sufficient to accommodate this additional runoff from Parkway View Addition as well as the projected increases with the development of the remaining subject properties. These increased runoff volumes shall be stored and metered through increased capacity and adjustments to the outlet control design of the Walden Pond facility. Respectfully Shbrr~~itted, KOPP~ORPORATION Witness: Earl Havel of Garrett Engineering ®Q c~. fps ~ ®~ a ~ ~ n .~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l ~ ~ n n ~fl ~ a d e c~c, a, Interoffice Memo To: Parkway View Additi Fil from: Kent Laza Date: January 16, 1996 Subject: Detention Requirements for Parkway View Addition After a careful review of the drainage requirements for this 5 lot subdivision, I've decided not to require a detention pond or downstream improvements at this time. As indicated in the attached correspondence, the subdivision is part of a larger tract of land that will be developed at a later date. At that time, improvements to the existing pond serving that area will be made to accommodate the slight increase in runoff caused by Parkway View Addition. I agree with Don Garrett-that the increased runoff of 2.3 cfs in a 100-yr storm is beyond the accuracy of the hydraulic models to compute. There are too many subjective variables in the model which affect its accuracy to justify costly improvements if there are alternative measures available. Intuitively, I know that any increase in impervious area will produce additional runoff and that cumulative effects of these small developments will ultimately cause substantial impacts to the receiving stream. But I believe requiring detention on such a small development is not an appropriate use of resources in light of the fact that runoff from this development is already entering a detention facility which will be enlarged at a later date. The owners of this larger tract have agreed to account for all runoff -including that of Parkway View Addition -when they make improvements to their facility. r p.. \ err \ ~: J r ~ ~ r CONSULTING ENGINEERING & LAND SURVEYING 4444 CARTER CREEK PKWY, SUITE 108 BRYAN, TEXAS 77802 t4O9) 846-2688 [4091 846-3094 January 10, 1996 Mr. Kent Laza, P.E. City Engineer Department of Development Services P.O. Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77842-9960 RE: LETTER OF REQUEST FOR DRAINAGE VARIANCE PARHWAY VIEW ADDITION; LOTS 1- 5, BLOCS 1 CRAWFORD BURNETT LEAGUE -ABSTRACT NO. 7 COLLEGE STATION, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS. Dear Kent, The above referenced project consists of the establishment of five (5) duplex lots at the intersection of Southwest Parkway and Woodsman Drive (See enclosed Final Plat). We are requesting that detention requirements for this 1.07 acre tract be withdrawn due to the small increase in runoff generation. The runoff increase projected is 2.3 cubic feet per second under 100-year storm conditions. Variation in flow rates on this order are nearly outside the level of accuracy of the methods used predict and approximate drainage behavior. Also, the nature of the project grading will sheet flow the runoff across the landscaped, pervious region of the property to ensure low velocity, dispersed free-flow. In conclusion, the subject development should have negligible drainage impacts to the surrounding properties and overall drainage basin. I hope this request will meet with your approval, however, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at your earliest convenience (409) 846-2688. ~ 4. . Resp.~1'1~t5~.bn~i tt,eci, f ,a ~.~ ,. ;~s ~ r t~,? ro ~ °~~' Donald~D; ~arretL, P.E., R.P.L.S. 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