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Staff ReportSTAFF REPORT Project Manager: Jennifer Prochazka Date: April 5, 2004 Email: jprochazka@cstx.gov Item: Public hearing, discussion, and possible action on a Rezoning for South Hampton, consisting of 16.399 acres generally located south of Nantucket Drive between State Highway 6 and Harper's Ferry Road, from A-O Agricultural Open to PDD Planned Development District. (04-82) Applicant: Phyllis Hobson, Nantucket, Ltd., property owner Staff Recommendations: Staff recommends approval of the rezoning. Item Summary: The applicant is requesting rezoning in order to develop the property as single-family residential. The property was zoned PDD-H in 1997. The PDD expired in 2003 and the zoning reverted back to A-O Agricultural-Open. Staff sees the purpose of this PDD reinstating the previously approved land uses in the PDD-H. Changes from the previously approved PDD-H zoning include a street connection to Nantucket Drive. Requested PDD Uses: Single Family Residential lots (similar to South Hampton Phase 1), buffers, and landscape reserves. The proposal includes 43 single family lots with an average lot size of just over 1 /4 acre. If the PDD zoning is approved, the lot configuration and street layout will go before the Design Review Board for approval. Comprehensive Plan Considerations: The request is in compliance with the Land Use Plan, which designates this property as Single-Family Residential Medium Density. Nantucket Drive is shown as a minor collector on the Thoroughfare Plan. The property is surrounded by R-1 to the southwest, developed Nantucket in the ETJ to the south, developed South Hampton Phase 1 to the east, and developed A-O across Nantucket Drive to the northwest. Item Background: The property was annexed into the City in 1996 and zoned A-O Agricultural Open at that time. In 1997 the City Council gave direction for City staff to initiate rezoning of the property to PDD-H. An amendment to the PDD ordinance was approved in August 2001 that placed an expiration date of R: IHTLTRIPZLTRIPRODIPZ20041P0009416. DOC Created on 41112004 3:43 PM 24 months on all PDDs, therefore, the PDD zoning expired in August 2003. According to City Ordinance, the property reverted back to its previous zoning, A- O Agricultural Open. South Hampton Phase One, platted in 2000, is still zoned PDD-H. Nantucket Phase 7 and Fairhaven Cove were rezoned from A-O Agricultural Open to R-1 Single Family earlier this year. Commission Action Options: The Commission acts as a recommending body on the question of rezoning, which will be ultimately decided by City Council. The Commission options are: 1. Recommend approval of rezoning as submitted; 2. Recommend a less intense zoning classification; 3. Recommend denial; 4. Table indefinitely; or, 5. Defer action to a specified date. Supporting Materials: 1. Location Map 2. Aerial Photograph 3. Application 4. Infrastructure and Facilities R:WTLTRIPZLTRIPRODIPZ20041P0009416. DOC Created on 41112004 3:43 PM INFRASTRUCTURE AND FACILITIES Water: The City currently has an 8-in line crossing SH 6 to serve this area. Any future subdivision will need to extend this line to serve all residences. Sewer: The City currently has a 6-in sewer line Crossing SH 6 to serve this area. Any future subdivision will need to extend this line to serve all residences. Streets: Nantucket Drive is a Minor Collector. State Highway 6 is a Freeway/Expressway. Off-site Easements: None known to be needed at this time. Drainage: Some drainage is toward the lake. The majority of surface flow is to TxDOT ROW and a culvert under the highway. Flood Plain: No FEMA floodplain onsite. Oversize request: None at this time. Impact Fees: The subdivision is in the 97-02B Sewer Impact Fee Area. The current fee is $243.38 per Living Unit Equivalent. NOTIFICATION: Legal Notice Publication(s): The Eagle; 3-30-04 and 4-27-04 Advertised Commission Hearing Dates(s): 4-15-04 Advertised Council Hearing Dates: 5-13-04 Number of Notices Mailed to Property Owners Within 200': 17 Response Received: None as of date of staff report R: IHTLTRIPZL TRIPROMPZ20041P0009416. DOC Created on 41112004 3:43 PM South Hampton (04-82) Good Evening, Jennifer Prochazka, Staff Planner SAM: The applicant is requesting rezoning of just over 16 acres from A-0 Agricultural Open to PDD to continue the development of South Hampton, a single family subdivision. Staff recommends approval. The property was zoned PDD-H in 1997. That PDD expired in 2003 and the zoning reverted back to A-0 Agricultural-Open. Staff sees the purpose of this PDD as reinstating the previously approved land uses in that PDD-H. The uses requested include: Single Family Residential lots (similar to South Hampton Phase 1), buffers, and landscape reserves. The proposal includes 43 single family lots with an average lot size of just over a quarter of an acre. If the PDD zoning is approved, the lot configuration and street layout will go before the Design Review Board for approval. LUP Aerial: The request is in compliance with the Land Use Plan, which designates this property as Single-Family Medium Density. Nantucket Drive is shown as a minor collector on the Thoroughfare Plan. The property is surrounded by R-1 to the southwest, developed Nantucket in the ETJ to the south, developed South Hampton Phase 1 to the east, and developed A-0 across Nantucket Drive to the northwest. I have received one phone call about the rezoning. The caller was in support of any zoning other than commercial at this location. Item Background: The property was annexed into the City in 1996 and zoned A- 0 Agricultural Open at that time. In 1997 the City Council gave direction for City staff to initiate rezoning of the property to PDD-H. An amendment to the PDD ordinance was approved in August 2001 that placed an expiration date of 24 months on all PDDs, therefore, the PDD zoning expired in August 2003. According to City Ordinance, the property reverted back to its previous zoning, A- 0 Agricultural Open. South Hampton Phase One, platted in 2000, is still zoned PDD-H. Nantucket Phase 7 and Fairhaven Cove were rezoned from A-0 Agricultural Open to R-1 Single Family earlier this year. South Hampton (04-82) Good Evening, Jennifer Prochzka, Development Services Staff Planner SAM: This request is fory16"acres from A-O to PDD to continue the development of the South Hampton Subdivision. Staff and the Planning and Zoning Commission recommend approval of the request. T r C~G~'c l 6"e. LUP Aerial: The ttpimot is in compliance with the Land Use Plan, which designates this property as Single-Family Medium Density You may remember that the property was rezoned to PDD-H in 1997... That PDD has since expired and the zoning reverted back to A-O. Staff sees the purpose of this PDD as reinstating the previously approved land use The uses requested i include: Single Family Residential lots (similar to South Hampton Phase 1), a buffer along Nantucket Drive, and landscape reserves at the entrances. The proposal includes 40 single family lots with an average lot size of just over a quarter of an acre. If the PDD zoning is approved, the lot configuration and street layout will go before the Design Review Board for approval. That is all that I have, do you have any questions for me? FACTS: expired in august 2003 Item Background: The property was annexed into the City in 1996 and zoned A- O Agricultural Open at that time. In 1997 the City Council gave direction for City staff to initiate rezoning of the property to PDD-H. An amendment to the PDD ordinance was approved in August 2001 that placed an expiration date of 24 months on all PDDs, therefore, the PDD zoning expired in August 2003. According to City Ordinance, the property reverted back to its previous zoning, A- O Agricultural Open. South Hampton Phase One, platted in 2000, is still zoned PDD-H. Nantucket Phase 7 and Fairhaven Cove were rezoned from A-O Agricultural Open to R-1 Single Family earlier this year. I have received one phone call about the rezoning. The caller was in support of any zoning other than commercial at this location. The property is surrounded by R-1 to the southwest, developed Nantucket in the ETJ to the south, developed South Hampton Phase 1 to the east, and developed A-O across Nantucket Drive to the northwest. 17 notices sent out. Nantucket development company and the Nantucket Preservation Association were notified, as were property owners within 200 feet of the rezoning. Comp. Plan: (gross) 3-6 dwelling units per acre This plan: (gross) 2.5 dwelling units per acre Changes from original: 3 fewer lots than the original PDD. Connection to Nantucket drive. . Nantucket Drive is shown as a minor collector on the Thoroughfare Plan.