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Miscellaneous`-, CITY OF .COLLEGE STATIOI`I ~` Post Office Box 9960 1101 Texas Avenue College Station,'Texas 77842-9960 (409) 764-3500 May 2, 1996 Tim Woods ' 7HW General Contractors, Inc i P.O. Box 10220 College Station, Texas 77842 ran: The. City of College Station hereby. releases the $3,000.00 performance guarantee which... was posted for. the following improvements in the Southwood Valley 30 Subdivision. L completion of theheadwall structure 2. grading/seeding in the area of the storm drainage. improvements 3. curbing around the dumpster service turn-a-round We have inspected the site and everything has been completed. I understand that the seeding has been placed and that it has not had time to establish. If substantial vegetation is not established within the next 30 days we would appreciate your reseeding the area. Because of the proximity of this area to the creek, "we are concerned' about siltation leaving the site and entering the creek caused by lack of vegetation. If you have any questions or I can be of further assistance, :please do not hesitate to call S rely, ~, Veronica 7.B. org .E. 'Assistant City Engin r VrsMVag Attachment cc: File Shirley Volk, Development Coordinator Horele of Texas A&M Qniversity I-~;`' ~~ _ ~' r, T. Hr~'+.Y: it~~+C'E)_TEi! T1-I -' L' )Ti Lf T)')f .r-~.* ~" .: ~}= T~f'? ( _-;-, ti vS._F' -:-• ~~F'.OU~ -F` ~- F.E~ I DEhdT I,~L tF:GUF' F: ~i_.'_ Ur°~ i+_ `{ f'LASS I F I ~-~,T I C~h? A~ I?EF I r••Eiti Est ?'HE STAi`~B F:L? 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The thing they will not have finished is the temporary type curbing on Jim Wood's lot to the. west of this one. The only season they would have to have that driveway finished would be if they need it for garbage. I really doubt if sanitation people will be willing to back X11 the way from the dumpster to the street, so my guess is that they will gave to have the drive all the way around AND the curbing, too, unless you pan think of a good reason to allow them to not have it. with the apartment market today,. I would be hesitant to ~o it with this phase", for who knows when they will bu Can we have them put up money for the curb? If we let anything, that would be the limit - and only then if we ~_ t . the contractor is going for his C.O. (hopefully} Friday ire your thoughts on this? let them simply "not i1d on that next lot! them go without could get money for (tomorrow). What ;,wd=by:=Sabina=Kuenze=8/10/95==2:54pm=______________________________________ ,wd to: Jim Smith, Shirley Volk, Veronica Morgan ~'m not•sure•i•understand•everything.that•is~being•requested•here•-•as.near~ is i can tell,-there are three things: _ . drive apron ~ O ~~ _ ~t ~~Ar._ , g~{ t '.. .curb rest of drive -- ~ -' mil, ~(,~.t~y ~/ ~ ~ need jim's input on the drive and apron. i need v's input regarding the ;urbing - was it needed for drainage control? ~'wd=by:=Veronica=Morg=8/11/95==5:09pm=______________________________________ 'wd to: Sabina Kuenzel >abine,•just~for•the.file.•i•dont•have•a•problem•with.leaving•the•curb.off•~ temporarily and placing a condition on the. c.o. that is what Shirley was ~o ing to do and get money f or a guarantee . ~ .. ,1 3D 0~ ~ /l ~ , (J ~,_ , ~ 'age ~ 1 M/l '~ ~ n ~n1(a~i d~ C.~"-.` \ 0 2-i5,~5 :~ , o ~_ - _ ~.y- . }. / ~ ' w„ 6~, - ~ .o G° Pv ~ ~ TG . ~ - ~ ~~ ~ - ~ . ~ • ;t- 2-t5•~s o~- ~ ~• /` '~ G`eN lCK AD _ ~ - -- - - = . - .: .. - - EL .27$.00 _~ TW Z`17.63 _ _ ~ _ - _ _ ' I - _ 3 woe~~ - 3' - - _ ~Et~iG E -- ; _ - _ ~ T~ 215.95 ~ - .p ~ - ~, ~ to®~4~ ~rl~o®~ .PLAIN ~~• 2~?~ ~5 ~ Tw , 27.63 t ' " !S'-6'- 6-~~ _ _ - ~ ' I ~'O~ - -°- ~--- I ~I woob pFUC~ -~ I'~' ~ _ Tv.> 27.6 3 i I o i I ~' '. ! ~ ~~,®®t> i~lt~lE ® ---_ - ~_~ - . ~ ---- - ; - I ,~ ~ ~ ', 1 g cY ~ (~ 'buM~STER i ~I / I V• -~ _ ~. N -_ _ -r PAA 2~ S . ~ o -- l _ TG ~.~5.-75 J `o -.t~ ~~2`l9~ f .. GITI' OF COLLEGE STATION ,°, ~%~%~%~~'~T'~, ;~~. /„// ei ~' ~ DEVELOPMENT SERVICES •' '~ '~ ~~~~~•••- f101 TE!~r1S AVE %"''~"~''~' ' °°°~°°°~°°~ G-0LLEGE STATION, TE\AS 77840 ,,,,.,,..,,, ~ ~ ~~ Facsimile Cover Sheet To: Company: Phone: Fax: ~~-~'~ From: Company: Phone• F'ax: Date: Pages including this coven page: ~n0;. ~.Q ~~uvu-~~ l ~~ 1409) 764-3570 C4A9) 764-3496 FAX. """ ~ C, ~, "~ '" I ~'~ b (F ~ Ep 1 COLLEGE STATION FIRE DEPARTMENT PRC Checklist Fire hydrants are in islands or at least unobstructed by parked cars. ^ Fire hydrants and access roadways are to be serviceable and unobstructed prior to and during construction. ^ - -. Fire hydrants are to face the proper direction with the steamer connection (large, 41/2 inch opening) toward the roadway. ^' --°- Hydrants must be serviceable and functional duffing construction. The minimum .access roadway width of 20 feet must be provided. What type of fire protection systems may be required. (plans must be submitted with bldg plans). j Sprinkler system.. ^ 5000. sq. ft. for assembly ^ ` 15,000 sq. ft. for other occupancies ^' sprinkler system shall meet NFPA 13. ^ Kitchen (hood) fire.suppression system -Cooking any grease laden vapor foods in a commerciall occupancy (anything possibly used or benefited by the public).. Fire suppression system shall meet NFPA 17, 17A, and 96. Commercial cooking operations shall be protected in accordance with section 308 Exhaust Systems of the mechanical code. (churches that would have public fit into this category. Tim is not requiringplans here). ^ Fire alarm system -Shall meet NFPA 72. ^ Group A:. Having a capacity of 1,000 persons. (plans must be submitted with bldg plans). ^ Group B: Business buildings having a total occupancy of 500 or more persons or more than 100 persons above or below the street floor. (plans must be submitted with bldg plans). ^ Group E: Educational ^ Group F: Factory -Industrial occupancies of buildings two stories or more in height, and having a total capacity of 500 or more persons above or below the street floor level. ^ Group H: Hazardous Occupancies ^ Group I: Institutional, Restrained or Unrestrained. ^ Group M: Having a total occupancy of 500 or more persons or more than 100persons above or below the street floor. ^ Group R: ' Hotels having accommodations for more than 15 guests, apartment houses four or more stories high, dormitories, lodging or rooming houses having more than 20 sleeping accommodations. EXCEPTION: Where each guest room or apartment 'has a direct exit to the outside of the building and the building is three stories or less in height. y,,. ~:!~ _ ~. ` ~ ;±^ The manual fire alarm system required. in 603.7.1 may be omitted in buildings equipped with an ~. h; ~ automatic fire alarm or automatic sprinkler system covering all areas. EXCEPTION: Hazardous ! material storage areas described in Chapter 22 of the SFC (1991). (this MUST be coordinated with ! fire for this exception). `_-___,- ~,,, No building of any type construction for occupancy. shall be constructed in such a manner that any part of the structure is more than one hundred fifty feet (150') from a public street or highway; provided, however, that such structure may be erected at a greater distance if the owner designates, constructs, and maintains a fire lane or access easement that has a minimum width of twenty feet (20') and a minimum height clearance of fourteen feet (14~ terminating within one hundred fifty feet (15b') of the furthermost point of such structure; providing further, however, that no fire lane shall be required for any single family or duplex dwelling.: ~ ~~ , ,,,~^ Any fire lane more than one hundred feet (100') in length shall,eigear connect at_each end to a dedicatedpst~eet or be provided with a turnaround having a minimum diameter of eighty feet (80') when measured from curb to curb (or hammerhead or other options in development guide). ,` ^ ',- All curbs and curb ends shall be painted red with four inch (4") white lettering stating "NO ~..,.. . PARKING -FIRE LANE -TOW AWAY ZONE". Wording may not be spaced more than fifteen feet (15') apart. ,,' ^ \~~ No continuous curb available: Two Options.: ^ 1. sign (12" side by 18" height. See specs.) ~ ----~- ` O 2. continuous red 8" stripe painted on drive surface with same voiding as on curb. Cul-de-sacs shall not exceed six hundred feet (600').in length to radius point, and shall terminate in a turnaround not less than one hundred feet (100') in diameter, with a pavement diameter of eighty feet{80'). `~''~ ~`~~ ^ .~^.d ^ Fire hydrants -Residential - 500'. Other than single-family and'duplex districts at such locations that no art of any structure shall be more than 300' from a fire hydrant as measured along the right-of--way a.public street or along an approved fire lane as the fire hose is laid off the fire truck. if building is sprinkled, submit sprinkler plans along with building plans. ' Truck can go in ONLY 100' without having fire lanes interior. 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Printed by Sabina Kuenzel 8/14/95 9:41am From: Veronica Morgan To: Shirley Volk I~ Subject: fwd-: chlarleston apts _____ ------- ------- ===NOTE===---__-_=====8/10/95==2:03pm=====-=---=---------- i filenote steve homeyer checked to see if charlestone apts needed the :driveway apron on jim woods property poured and complete for a c.o. from a FIRE PROTECTION ~ standpoint. they do not need that drive approach in. dont know about sanitation, i'11 let you andsabine work .that one out. cc:jerry & Steve '~ Fwd=by:=Shrley=Volk==8/10/95='=2:12pm=====°_°=°=-_°===-------------_-- Fwd to: Sabina Kuenzel, Veronica Morgan. .•• ••• •...• ._. Sabine, the. driveway doesn't. go all the.way•around. •See V's•notes.on this. ~ Apparently the contractor is pouring that drive today (according to Pat 1 Marek), but it's not done yet. The thing they. will not have finished is the j- temporary type curbing on Jim Wood's lot to the west of this one. The only reason they would have to have that driveway finished would be if tYiey need ~ it for garbage. I really doubt if sanitation people will be wi ling to back 'i all the way from the dumpster to the street, so my guess is that they will have to have the drive all the way around AND the curbing, too, unless you can think of a good reason to`allow them to not have it. With the apartment market today, I would be hesitant to .let them simply "not do it with this phase", for who knows when they. will build on that next lot! Can'we have them put up money for the curb? If'we let them go without anything, that would be the limit - and only then if we could get money for it. ~~ The contractor is going for his C.O. (hopefully) Friday (tomorrow). What I are your thoughts on this? ~ Fwd=by:=Sabina=Kuenze=8/10/95==2:54pm=====_-_=_°_°=____=_=__--°--__~-_______ '~ Fwd to: Jim Smith, Shirley Volk,. Veronica Morgan I'm not sure i understand. everything•that.is being requested here - as near ~~ as i can teal., there are three things: g/t~ 1. drive apron ~ O (G- _ ~t l 2. curb 3, rest. of drive -- ~-- ~~1. ~t,~y ~I 1 t need jim's input on the drive and apron. i need v''s input regarding the curbing -was it needed for drainage control? ~~ Fwd=by:=Veronica=Morg=8/11/95==5:09pm====_=___=-==_==°____=°=-°____________° I Fwd to; Sabina. Kuenzel sabine, just for the file..i•dont have a•problem~with leaving•the~csurb off temporarily 'and placing a condition on the c.o. that is what shirley was '~ going to do and get money for a guarantee..- ~}~ 3QQv ~ .E- PROJECT REVIEW COMMITTEE REPORT April 7, 1995 TO: Charles R. and Cathy Anderson 1202 Carmel Court, College Station, TX 77845 Constantin Barbu 2909 Texas Avenue South, Bryan, TX 77802 Earl Havel, Garrett Engineering 4444 Carter Creek Suite 108, Bryan, TX 77802 FROM: Project Review Committeel~ Jane Kee, City Pla r.~ Veronica Morgan, A "t t City Engineer Winnie Garner, P & Z R resentativ Others Attending Natalie Thomas, Planning Tec 'ci n Shirley Volk, Development Coordna or David Moore, Building Official Don Lusk, Electrical Line Designer Ray Crow, Assistant: County Engineer Laverne Akin, G:T.E. Representative SUBJECT: Site Plan - 'Charlestone Apartments; proposed apartment building with 12 living units on lot B3 of the Southwood Valley .Section 30 replat located along Balcones Drive near the Welsh intersection. (95-502) A Project Review Committee Meeting was held Wednesday, April 5, 1995 to discuss the above mentioned site plan. Assistant City Engineer Morgan moved to recommend approval of the site plan with the following ordinance requirements and comments. The following is a list of ordinance requirements identified by the' Project Review Committee.. This list does not relieve the applicant of total compliance with all current ordinance requirements. Ordinance Requirements: .Site PZanRelated: Indicate that curbing will be placed around the perimeter of all parking areas and drives. (A curb must be placed between the proposed driving aisle and the future development on lots B4 and B1.) _ Provide two handicap parking spaces. _ Screen he parking spaces along the frontage of Balcones Drive through the use of berms, decorative fencing or landscaping. t b~A, ~! I doll 12" ~ ~ ~.~ 2g, 2 ~ S, I , 78;0 ~l ice, 04- s` I' ~, ~ III bl~ ~©N~;-e ~T{ V ~ X 2,2(0 I43P~ 1211 big ~Tu~ o~lY °= 11: ~I~ p~~, . ~ri~~-~Y. ~1-~`"f ~~ ~ mil h~ 1--- off" ~~ _._~.-- .I ~2, bl~ . _I ~LG74~i~E doll ~5 ~~¢'-T-- r' ~- i ,~ .~ ~l~T,il~~ x'155 ~, o _I32 ~.~buGE `;© Ia~~ ~I~ In it ~i ~~C,t~cE `1"0 ~I' b1,4 S~ -I'~ G(~~I~L~a~~N~ ,~PTrI ~. aT ~~ ,~~ ~ ~... ~,. ~-~-- I~.w ~~'._ ~ _°~ ~~-I~~` '~ 1=-~-~-~-~~-~ ~.- ~ Vim'- `- --------- --- - (~1-;-cr ~U ti: F .7 ~7.J (q.` ~'~'~'~ ~ ~~~ M~~~~>~~ 1211 ~I~ pV~~ ST~~ °`-~ ti` / \ ~. ~Sr - -- - _ ~6 ~i a ~i Tc. .~ . `~ _ , , ~ ~~,~ ,?~ 6-~. °~ ho _ '. ~ PST '. ~, D PE , ~ . ~E--- GONG . 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I' THREE TNC~LiSAND AND 00/ i qs"a DQLLARS ,,r ,.-'°~``_';`;.;: `i...~„~::~`'~,;;:-~ ~ -- • ~ ' .- ' ~ ~-x~~a~ VOID AFTER.. ~'~ DAYS a~a~~~ ~ . !, .~,~ nor ... , ' ~, ~~; ._ ; :~ : ~, _ , ~~ ;..~ ~ „%~~ J HW C;ENEFtAL ~t~NTFtAGTt~RB e I hIG . .~_- ~, TO THE P « O . ~~~ i ~~~~ - ,~- ~~. ._. -• ~.-~ ,~~ EXECIfTIVE DIRECIO .' ~ ORDER ~:f_1LLEGE ~TATIt~N TX 7T$4~ ~,~,~~~`,~ % ~~'. FISCA~~rip~uPn;,,~r uJ^., S~ gY ~"~ ~/ r- ~.~~~- '. VOIDAFTER ~ DAYS ~-- .\ ~ T OF i u^L6798311' ~:~L3L02329~: II'005 64L 311' STAFF PRC REPORT Charlestone Aparhnents Case #95-502 Discretionary Items:. None. Ordinance Requirements• Indicate that curbing will be placed around the perimeter of alLparking areas .and drives. (A curb must be placed between the proposed dnving aisle and the future development on lots B4 and B 1.) _ What does the cross. hatching along the concrete .drive represent? ® Dumpsters? (Sabine working with Jim Smith.) ® Provide two handicap parking spaces. Screening the parking spaces along the frontage of Balcones Drive. _ Submit an irrigation system plan. Fire lane markings? (Veronica working with Eric.) Parkland dedication? Show driveway throat length. ® (Sabine noted that the opposite and adjacent drives. should be shown on the site plan but these driveway locations were determined with the plat and the dedication of access easements.) Location of water meters? (Veronica working with Tony Hawley.) Comments/Concerns: ® The ownerldeveloper is to provide and. place one 4" diameter PVC pipe with pull string from the existing telephone conduit stubbed up in the IS' drainage and public utility easement to the outside termination point on the building. The PVC pipe shall ell up 4' at the termination point-and the conduit should be capped. the service entrance should be located within 20' of the power service multi-ground neutral and no closer than 3ti". If termination is not within 20' of power service, an 8' x 58" copper ground rod must be placed at the base of the termination point. Coordinate details with G.T.E. Representative Laverne Akin at (409) 821-4723. PRC Report Charlestone Apts. Case #95-502 Page 2 of 3 Ordinance Requirements (cont 2 Site Plan Related.• _ Locate one 8 yard dumpster on the site. This durnpster must not be locatedl in the floodplain nor on the front. portion of the site. _ Fire lanes .must be marked 100' into the site. Staff recommends that fire lanes are provided throughout the' entire site; however, this is not required. _ Submit an irrigation system plan. _ Show driveway throat lengths on both access points. _ Add a legend to include the water, .sanitary sewer and irrigation demands in gallons per minute for the entire site. Non-Site Plan Related.• _ Parkland dedication in the amount of $225 per dwelling unit must be paid prior to issuance of a building permit. Comments/Concerns: _ The developer is responsible for 20% of the total cost of electrical service. The developer must also install two 4" conduits from thepad mounted transformer to the building. It is also necessary for the developer to finish the installation of some conduit across the drainage easement before this unit can be served. Coordinate service details with Electrical Line Designer Don Lusk at (409) 764-3660. The owner/developer is to provide and place one 4" diameter. PVC pipe with pull string from the existing .telephone conduit stubbed up in the l5' drainage and public utility easement to the outside termination point on the building. The PVC pipe shall ell up 4' at the termination point and the conduit should be capped. the service entrance should be located within 20' of the power service multi-ground neutral and no closer than 36". If termination is not within 20' of power service, an 8' x 5$" copper ground rod must be placed at the base of the termination point. Coordinate details with G.T.E. Representative Laverne Akin at (409) 821-4723. R & Z Representative Garner seconded the motion to approve the site .plan with the above mentioned. conditions which passed unopposed (3 - 0). PRC Report Charlestone Apts. Case #9S-S02 Page 3 of 3 SUBMIT 4 COMPLETE SETS OF CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS WITH THE RF;VISED SITE PLAN ATTACHED TO CONTINUE WITH PHASE 'II OF THE BUILDING PERMIT PROCESS. COORDINATE FUTURE SUBMITTALS WITH DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR SHIRLEY VOL&AT (409) 764-3570, APPEAL PROCESS: An .applicant may appeal the decision of the Project Review Committee to the Planning and Zoning Commission within five .days after the. PRC Committee nneeting. Failure o appeal the PRC action shall constitute a contractual acceptance of all conditions imposed, and a waiver and surrender of all complaints, defects, or potential invalidity, whether understate or federal-law. An applicant appealing the decision of the PRC shall file ten copies of the final site plan as approved by the PRC, showing all changes and requirements imposed by the PRC, and accompanied by a written explanation of those items. being appealed. Until said copies are on file, no further development approval shall .occur, and no further action by the Commission shall take place.:. An applicant may appeal only .certain .aspects of site plan review, and in the absence of discretionary review by the Commission, or review pursuant to a petition, all other aspects of the site plan shall be final. Any notice of appeal shall state with particularity the aspects which are to be appealed. Coordinate appeal process through Development Coordinator Shirley Volk at (409) 764-3741.