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Correspondences JAN -26 -2006 12:36 FROM: 9366992535 TO:9797643496 P. JAN.13 12:48 210 403 3580 R &11 FOOD SRVCS #6454 P.001 /301 To: City of College Station Re: University Park Phase II — Lot 3E - Block "V Ian accordance with the closing affidavit, dated July 9, 2003 as entered into by James H. Woods ( "Grantor "), and College Station Lodging Partners ( "Grantee ") and University Land Partnership (Adjacent Owner), the undersigned consents to College Station Ld Partners (Lot 3E) to erect a freestanding sign. The undersigned also acknowledges that according to the replat lots 3C -R to 3D-R arc considered one lot for signage purposes, and the undersigned hereby waives its rights to erect its own freestanding sign. Date: B/' /5' Name :_4f Title: e r t - Buffalo Wild Win ep tative M ,, sgift6t ; ifi v ., t p 1 ✓y u R . '11 IA l ,'1.1' � 4 '. JO h IOM SRIt,,_.....,. . t - i �.� , 1 1 1 i 1 Akk EPIIN CONSULTING ENGINEERING & LAND SURVEYING 4444 CARTER CREEK PKWY, SUITE 108 • BRYAN, TEXAS 77802 (409) 846 -2688 1409) 846 -3094 April 1, 2004 Ms. Natalie Ruiz Development Manager City of College Station Dear Ms. Natalie, PROPOSED BUFFALO WILD WINGS RESTAURANT UNIVERSITY DRIVE, COLLEGE STATION Revised parking layout plan for the above site with 91 parking spaces and sidewalks extending towards the existing hotel as well as towards the proposed hotel site is enclosed herewith. It will be greatly appreciated if you can give your comments on this layout so that we can proceed on the Site Plan. Th_ k you. trA• Donald D. Garrett GARRETT ENGINEERING I //4 1 1 ) Bridgette George - University Restaurant Access Issue qa From: Ken Fogle To: George, Bridgette; Harrell, Lauren; Prochazka, Jennifer; Thompson, Spencer Date: 1/12/2004 10:49 AM Subject: University Restaurant Access Issue CC: Bolin, Ronnie; Olson, Raymond Just wanted to Y ive 'all an update on the access issue that was in question at the end of our pre - application conference 9 this morning. After visiting the site, I believe that it is important for the cross access to remain in place at the front of the property. If it was moved back further to the back of the Best Western lot, it would be virtually inaccessible (too far out of the way) to all of the uses west of the Best Western due to the design (inaccessibility) between those two sites. Currently, drivers coming out of these developments that want to turn left either make an unsafe left turn through the median opening that is designed to prohibit left turns, or they make a U -turn at Tarrow. This easement would improve safety of this movement and for that reason, I think it's worth doing. I called Mr. Stone and informed him of my decision. He is going to work on his site plan to try to fit his parking in with that access easement in mind. If he is short on his parking by a few spaces, an attempt at a variance might be the way to go. I didn't mention this to him. If you have any questions for me on this, please let me know. Ken Ken Fogle Transportation Planner City of College Station Phone: 979.764.3570 E -mail: kfogle @cstx.gov Jennifer Reeves - Fwd: New Development - Week of 03/08/04 Page 1 From: Bridgette George To: Engrs; Planners Date: 3/12/2004 11:01:26 AM Subject: Fwd: New Development - Week of 03/08/04 Please incorporate in to your comments. Thanks! Bridgette George Asst. Development Manager City of College Station P.O. Box 9960 College Station, TX 77842 -9960 979.764.3570 bgeorge @cstx.gov www.cstx.gov »> Pete Caler 3/12/2004 9:45:47 AM »> LGL Subdivision (04 - 69): Can't comment until site plan is submitted. Indian Lakes Ph 5 (04 - 71): Sanitation is OK with this project. Buffalo Wild Wings (04 - 72): Each dumpster enclosure gate opening needs to be 12 feet wide. They measure 11 feet in the site plan. Waterwood Condos Ph 2 - (04 - 76): Sanitation is OK with this project. Southwest Crossing (04 - 74): Can't comment until site plan is submitted. Brazos Valley Bank (04 - 73): The island located 20 feet in front of the enclosure is partially blocking access. Several options can remedy this: 1 - Keep the current approach angle and move the enclosure approximately 7 feet to the north (or right when looking at the enclosure opening). 2 - Reduce the approach angle to 23 degrees by rotating the enclosure counter - clockwise by 22 degrees (will probably affect the 3 parking spots to the north). 3 - Swap the enclosure location with the three parking spots allowing for a straight approach to the dumpster (preferred remedy). Comfort Inn (04 - 75): Enclosure approach angle (45 degrees) is too sharp for the lane space (25 feet). Enclosure needs to be rotated by 15 degrees in either direction to create an approach angle of 30 degrees. Thanks! Pete Caler Sanitation Superintendent City of College Station Phone: (979) 764 -3690 Fax: (979) 764 -3822 JAN -26 -2006 12:39 FROM: 9366992535 TO:9797643496 P.4 411- — de b& 12: FROM: 9366991535 TO :19796465133 P. E To; City of College Station Re: University Park Phase 11— Lot 3E - Block "V" In accordance with the closing affidavit, dated Jtily 9, 2003 as entered into by James H. Woods ( "Grantor"l, and College Station Lodging Partners ( "Granter ") and University Land Partnership (Adjacent Owner), the undersigned consents to College Station Lodging Partners (Lot 3E) to erect a freestanding sign, approximately SO square feet. The undersigned also acknowledges that according to the replat lots 3C -R to 3D -R are considered one lot for signage purposes, and the undersigned hereby waives its rights to erect its own freestanding sign, however the undersigned may modify the free standing sign to add his own sign below the Comfort Suites signage at his own expense provided that the total square footage of the entire sign does not exceed the city's maximum of 125 square feet, // \ (Z Date. 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