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Agenda Regular Agenda 8 Public hearing, presentation, discussion, and possible action on a rezoning for Callaway Subdivision Phase II, consisting of approximately 14 acres, located on the east side of Marion Pugh Drive, approximately 500' south of the intersection of George Bush Drive, including a portion of the Luther Street Right -of -Way, from C -1 General Commercial to R -6 High Density Multi - Family. Case #05 -79 (JP) ( ki r CITY OF COLLEGE STATION MEMORANDUM March 7, 2005 TO: Planning & Zoning Commission FROM: Joey Dunn, Director of Planning & Development Services SUBJECT: Callaway Phase II Rezoning As the Zoning Administrator for the City of College Station, I am initiating a rezoning request for a portion of Luther Street Right -of -Way from C -1 General Commercial to R -6 High Density Multi - Family. This request is in conjunction with the rezoning request for the Callaway property located on the east side of Marion Pugh Drive. This area is planned for the development of an apartment project. This portion of the Luther Street Right -of -Way is required to be abandoned prior to moving forward with the platting and site planning of this property. The rezoning of the Luther Street Right -of -Way is not an approval of the Right -of- Way abandonment. Home of Texas A &M University June 23, 2005 Regular Agenda Item # Callaway Property Rezoning To: Tom Brymer, City Manager From: Joseph Dunn, AICP, Director of Planning & Development Services Agenda Caption: Public hearing, presentation, discussion, and possible action on an ordinance rezoning Callaway Subdivision Phase II, consisting of approximatly 14 acres, located on the east side of Marion Pugh Drive, approximately 500' south of the intersection of George Bush Drive, including a portion of the Luther Street Right -of -Way, from C -1 General Commercial to R -6 High Density Multi - Family. Recommendation(s): This request was heard by the Planning & Zoning Commission at their June 22, 2005 meeting. Their recommendation will be presented to the Council during the staff presentation. Staff recommends approval of this request. Summary: The applicant requests this rezoning in order to develop the property as a student housing complex. The request is in compliance with the Land Use Plan, which designates this property for multi - family development. The location of the rezoning request is also supported by the City's development policies, which attempt to locate multi - family in close proximity to Texas A &M University. The City Council denied this rezoning request on April 14, 2005 because of traffic and accessibility concerns. On May 5, 2005 the Planning & Zoning Commission waived the required 180 day waiting period required by the Unified Development Ordinance for re- application of rezonings because of available new information. The new information submitted by the applicant is a letter for a proposed development participation agreement with the City for the construction of the portion of Marion Pugh Drive between approximately Luther Street and Holleman Drive. The applicant has also submitted a Traffic Impact Analysis to assess the traffic issues associated with the development of the subject tract. This analysis assumes the extension of Marion Pugh Drive to Holleman Drive is constructed, as the developer has indicated in his letter. Even though existing traffic volumes in this area are high, the primary finding of the TIA is that the traffic that this development generates will be accommodated by the transportation system with the Marion Pugh Drive extension. This is primarily due to the significant number of trips that will take place using modes other than the automobile, since the project is in close proximity to TAMU. In addition, it is expected that the traffic peak for the proposed apartment complex will be different than the overall transportation network's morning and afternoon peaks that are associated with commutes to work. In the long term (2010 and beyond), traffic conditions should significantly improve with the construction of the Wellborn Road / George Bush Drive grade separation and the eventual extension of Jones - Butler Drive to George Bush Drive. The Executive Summary of the TIA is included as an attachment to this coversheet for your information. There have been recent concerns regarding the decreasing occupancy rates for apartments throughout the City, as newer apartment projects continue to develop. The Item Background attachment reflects a current 87% occupancy rate for apartments in College Station. However, of the approximately 203 acres of available undeveloped multifamily zoned property in the city, only 38 acres of this property is located within one mile from Texas A &M University campus. This request would add approximately 14 acres to the available property within one mile of the campus. The rezoning of the Luther Street Right -of -Way is not an approval of the right -of -way abandonment. The right -of -way will be submitted to the City Council for consideration through an abandonment ordinance. Budget & Financial Summary: N/A Attachments: 1. Ordinance 2. Small Area Map 3. Land Use Plan 4. Thoroughfare Plan Map 5. Infrastructure and Facilities 6. Zoning Summary 7. Item Background 8. Letter regarding development participation agreement 9. Letter in Opposition to request 10. Executive Summary of the TIA 11. Multi- family Information Calla =operty (05 -79) CIAAA-61 Item Summary: The request is for R -6 High Density Multifamily for the development of an apartment complex. You will recall that this request was previously denied by the City Council because of traffic concerns. The Commission waived the required waiting period for re- application of a rezoning because of available new information. The new information submitted by the applicant is a letter for a proposed development participation agreement for the construction of a portion of Marion Pugh Drive. This letter was included in your packets. The applicant has also submitted a Traffic Impact Analysis. The TIA assumes the extension of Marion Pugh is constructed, as the developer has indicated in his letter. The primary finding of the TIA is that the traffic from this development will be accommodated by the transportation system once the Marion Pugh extension is completed. It is also expected that the traffic peak for this development will be different. Staff has reviewed the TIA and is in general agreement with the assumptions and conclusions of the report. The Executive Summary of the TIA was included in your packets. The Luther Street Right -of -way has officially been abandoned. LUP: The Land Use Plan designates this property as Residential Attached, therefore the rezoning request is in compliance with the Land Use Plan. The location of the rezoning request is also supported by the City's development policies which attempt to locate multi - family in close proximity to Texas A &M University. There is a slight change in the wording of Staffs recommendation... the recommendation is for approval of the rezoning with the condition that the Developer complete the extension of Marion Pugh Drive from Luther Street to Holleman Street, and it be accepted, prior to a �q�- Certificate of Occupancy being issued for the development. . `')\ cr Item Background: The property was annexed in to the City and zoned Industrial in 1958. When the zoning was changed to M -2, the district also included C -1 uses. In 1984 an amendment was made to the Zoning Ordinance that prohibited C -1 uses in M -2 zones, however, this particular property was specifically exempted from the exclusion of C -1 uses in an M -2 zone, and allowed the General Commercial uses. With the adoption of the Unified Development Ordinance, City Staff worked with the property owners by giving them the choice of retaining the M -2 classification without the commercial uses or being rezoned to C -1 to include the commercial uses. The property is zoned C -1. Luther Street was closed in this area in the 1990s. Information on Multi- family Housing in College Station: The Comprehensive Plan proposes 1,043 acres of Residential Attached in specific locations. There are currently 1,357 acres zoned multi - family, R -4 or R -6. 950 total acres developed as multi - family 841 acres developed as apartments & condominiums and 109 acres developed as group housing (off campus dorms) 203 acres zoned multi - family, but undeveloped. However, these are not necessarily in areas where we desire multi - family growth. Approximately 204 acres zoned multi - family, but developed as other uses. Approximately 26 acres (in various locations) currently zoned for multi- family, but undeveloped, within one mile of Texas A &M University campus. Current occupancy rates for multi - family units (2004): 90.6% B /CS area A certain level of vacancy is generally needed for ease of movement, housing choice, and affordability. EXHIBIT "A" PAGE 2 OF 7 That Chapter 12, "Unified Development Ordinance," Section 4.2, "Official Zoning Map," of the Code of Ordinances of the City of College Station, Texas, is hereby amended as follows: The following three (3) properties are rezoned from C -1 General Commercial to R -6 High Density Multi- Family, with the condition that Marion Pugh Drive be completed by the developer as a major collector from Luther Street to Holleman Drive, on the existing right -of -way owned by the City, prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy on the property being rezoned.: TRACT 1 ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT, TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND BEING 13.768 ACRES SITUATED IN THE J.E. SCOTT SURVEY, ABSTRACT NO. 50, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS, AND BEING A PART OF THAT CERTAIN CALLED 15.1481 ACRE TRACT AS DESCRIBED IN DEEDS TO CALLAWAY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OF RECORD IN VOLUME 3750, PAGE 237, VOLUME 3987, PAGE 36, VOLUME 3987, PAGE 64, AND VOLUME 4036, PAGE 57, OFFICIAL/DEED RECORDS OF BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS (O./D.R.B.C.T.). SAID 13.768 ACRE TRACT BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS IN THE ATTACHED EXHIBIT "B" AND SHOWN GRAPHICALLY IN THE ATTACHED EXHIBIT "E." TRACT 2 ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT, TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND BEING 0.238 OF ONE ACRE SITUATED IN THE CRAWFORD BURNETT LEAGUE, ABSTRACT NO. 7, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS, AND BEING PART OF LUTHER STREET WEST, A POSSIBLE PRESCRIPTIVE STREET IN THE CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS AND BEING OUT OF A CALLED 100 ACRE TRACT AS DESCRIBED IN DEED FROM ALINE BROGDON TO H. E. BURGESS AND DANIEL RUSSELL OF RECORD IN VOLUME 125, PAGE 364, DEED RECORDS OF BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS, SAID 0.238 OF ONE ACRE TRACT BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS IN THE ATTACHED EXHIBIT "C" AND SHOWN GRAPHICALLY IN THE ATTACHED EXHIBIT " TRACT 3 ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT, TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND BEING 0.236 OF ONE ACRE SITUATED IN THE J.E. SCOTT SURVEY, ABSTRACT NO. 50, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS, AND BEING A PART OF LUTHER STREET WEST, A POSSIBLE PRESCRIPTIVE STREET IN THE CITY OF COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS AND BEING OUT OF A CALLED 37.25 ACRE TRACT AS DESCRIBED IN DEED TO W.H. DAVIDSON OF RECORD IN VOLUME 15, PAGE 435, DEED RECORDS OF BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS, SAID 0.236 OF ONE ACRE TRACT BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED BY METES AND BOUNDS IN THE ATTACHED EXHIBIT "D" AND SHOWN GRAPHICALLY IN THE ATTACHED EXHIBIT "E." EXHIBIT "B" PAGE 3 OF 7 Callaway Development Corporation Proposed Rezoning Tract City of College Station, Texas J. E. Scott Survey, Abstract No. 60 February 4, 2004 FIELD NOTES 13.768 ACRES All that certain lot, tract or parcel of land being 13.768 acres situated in the J. E. SCOTT SURVEY, Abstract No. 50, Brazos County, Texas, and being a part of that certain Called 15.1481 acre tract as described in deeds to Callaway Development Corporation of record in Volume 3750, Page 237, Volume 3987, Page 36, Volume 3987, Page 64, and Volume 4036, Page 57, Official/Deed Records of Brazos County, Texas (O. /D.R.B.C.T.): said 13.768 acre tract being more particularly described by metes and bounds as follows: BEGINNING at an "X" in Concrete Found for the southwest corner at the southwest comer of said 15.1481 acre tract, same being the intersection of the northeast right -of -way line of Marion Pugh Drive with the northwest right -of -way line of Luther Street; THENCE, along said northeast right -of -way line of Marion Pugh Drive, the following courses: 1.) N 18 °42'37" W, a distance of 994.95 feet to a 5/8" Iron Rod Found for angle point; and, 2.) N 18 °35'42" W, a distance of 770.57 feet to a 1/2" Iron Rod Found for the northwest comer at the southwest corner of Callaway House Parking Subdivision according to the plat of record in Volume 5038, Page 284 (O. /D.R.B.C.T.); THENCE, N 63 °46'43" E, along the southeast line of said Callaway House Parking Subdivision, a distance of 245.28 feet to a 1/2" Iron Rod found for the northeast corner at the southeast comer of said Callaway House Parking Subdivision, same being a point in the westerly right -of -way line of the Union Pacific Railroad right -of -way; THENCE, along said westerly right -of -way line of the Union Pacific Railroad right -of -way, the following courses: 1.) S 26 °13'17" E, a distance of 274.12 feet to a 1/2" Iron Rod Found for an interior ell corner; 2.) N 63 °46'43" E, a distance of 10.00 feet to a 1/2" Iron Rod Found for an exterior ell corner; 3.) S 26 °13'17" E, a distance of 375.40 feet to a 1/2" Iron Rod Found for an exterior ell corner; 4.) S 63 °46'43" W, a distance of 10.00 feet to a 1/2" Iron Rod Found for an interior ell corner; and, 5.) S 26 °13'17" E, a distance of 944.21 feet to a 5/8" Iron Rod Found for the southeast corner at the southeast corner of the aforesaid 15.1481 acre tract, same being a point in the aforesaid northwest right -of -way line of Luther Street; THENCE, S 45 °38'34" W, along said northwest right -of -way line of Luther Street, a distance of 502.56 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING AND CONTAINING AN AREA OF 13.768 ACRES OF E PAGE 4 OF 7 EXHIBIT "B" LAND, MORE OR LESS, according to a survey performed on the ground on September 23, 2003, under the supervision of H. Curtis Strong, Texas Registered Professional Land Surveyor No. 4961. %� p •� /1 ••....• F- •, A,..1. 1 T VA ' H 'RA „ •11S 1;1'AO; ' w.• 4 '1! , � ' _ 8U ' EXHIBIT "C" PAGE 5 OF 1 FIELD NOTES 0.238 OF ONE ACRE BEING A PART OF LUTHER STREET WEST OUT OF A CALLED 100 ACRE TRACT VOLUME 125, PAGE 364 CRAWFORD BURNETT LEAGUE, A - 7 COLLEGE STATION, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS APRIL 8, 2004 • All that certain lot, tract or parcel of land being 0.238 of one acre situated in the CRAWFORD BURNETT LEAGUE, Abstract No. 7, Brazos County, Texas, and being a part of LUTHER STREET WEST, a possible prescriptive street in the City of College Station, Texas and being out of a Called 100 acre tract as described in deed from Aline Brogdon to H. E. Burgess and Daniel Russell of record in Volume 125, Page 364, Deed Records of Brazos County, Texas, said 0.238 of one acre tract being more particularly described by metes and bounds as follows: BEGINNING at a 1/2" Iron Rod set for a calculated comer in the southwest right -of -way line of Union Pacific Railroad near the centerline of LUTHER STREET WEST for the most northerly comer, said comer being the calculated most northerly comer of said Called 100 acre tract; THENCE S 26 ° 13 ' 17 " E, along the southwest right -of -way line of said Union Pacific Railroad and the northeast line of said Called 100 acre tract a distance of 21.86 feet to a 1/2" Iron Rod found in the prescriptive southeast right -of -way line of said LUTHER STREET WEST for the most easterly comer, said comer being the most northerly comer of a Called 37.41 acre tract as described in Vacating Plat of the George McCulloch's Industrial Area as recorded in Volume 417, Page 495; THENCE S 45 ° 48 ' 37 " W, along the prescriptive southeast right -of -way line of LUTHER STREET WEST and the northwest line of said Called 37.41 acre tract a distance of 508.19 feet to a 1/2" Iron Rod with cap set in the northeast right-of-way line of Marion Pugh Drive for the most southerly comer; THENCE N 18 ° 42 ' 37 " W, along the northeast right -of -way line of said Marion Pugh Drive a distance of 22.23 feet to a 1/2" Iron Rod with Cap set near the centerline of LUTHER STREET WEST for the most westerly comer, said comer being located in the calculated northwest line of said Called 100 acre tract and also being located in the calculated southeast line of a Called 37.25 acre tract as described in deed to W. H. Davidson in Volume 15, Page 435; THENCE N 45 ° 43 ' 37 " E, along the calculated common lines of said called 100 acre tract and said Called 37.25 acre tract a distance of 505.38 feet to the PLACE OF BEGINNING AND CONTAINING AN AREA OF 10,351 square feet or 0.238 OF ONE ACRE OF LAND MORE OR LESS, according to a survey performed during March, 2004, under the supervision of H. Curtis Strong, registered Professional Land Surveyor no. 4961. North Orientation is based on rotating the northeast line to the Called Bearing of the southwest right -of -way line of the Union Pacific Railroad as recorded in Volume 3750, Page 327. - . /: A 4WD ..• es. '? •.. 4 O N I30, 1 , s ua EXHIBIT "D" PAGE 6 OF 7 FIELD NOTES 0.236 OF ONE ACRE BEING A PART OF LUTHER STREET WEST OUT OF A CALLED 37.25 ACRE TRACT VOLUME 15, PAGE 435 J. E. SCOTT SURVEY, A - 50 • COLLEGE STATION, BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS APRIL 8, 2004 All that certain lot, tract or parcel of land being 0.236 of one acre situated in the J. E. SCOTT SURVEY, Abstract No. 50, Brazos County, Texas, and being a part of LUTHER STREET WEST, a possible prescriptive street in the City of College Station, Texas and being out of a Called 37.25 acre tract as described in deed to W. H. Davidson of record in Volume 15, Page 435, Deed Records of Brazos County, Texas, said 0.236 of one acre tract being more particularly described by metes and bounds as follows: BEGINNING at an "X" In Concrete found at the intersection of the northeast right -of -way line of Marion Pugh Drive and the prescriptive northwest right -of -way line of said LUTHER STREET WEST for the most westerly comer, said comer being the most southerly comer of the Callaway Development Corporation Called 5.082 acre tract as described in Volume 3987, Page 64; THENCE N 45 ° 38 ' 34 " E, along the prescriptive northwest right -of -way line of said LUTHER STREET WEST and the southeast line of said Called 5.082 acre tract at a distance of 352.81 feet passing the calculated most easterly comer of said Called 5.082 acre tract and the most southerly comer of the Callaway Development Corporation Called 3.123 acre tract as described in volume 4036, Page 57, and continuing along the prescriptive northwest right -of -way line of said LUTHER STREET WEST and the southeast line of said Called 3.123 acre tract for a total distance of 502.56 feet to a 5/8" Iron Rod found for the most northerly comer, said comer being the most easterly comer of said Called 3.123 acre tract and also being located in the southwest right -of -way line of the Union Pacific Railroad; THENCE S 26 ° 13 ' 17 " E, along the southwest right -of -way line of said Union Pacific Railroad a distance of 21.86 feet to a 1/2" Iron Rod with cap set near the centerline of said LUTHER STREET WEST for the most easterly comer, said comer being located in the calculated southeast line of said Called 37.25 acre tract and also being the calculated most northerly comer of a Called 100 acre tract as described in Volume 125, Page 364, the calculated most easterly comer of said Called 37.25 acre tract bears N 45 ° 43 ' 37 " E a distance of 52.60 feet; THENCE S 45 ° 43 ' 37 " W, along the southeast line of said Called 37.25 acre tract and the northwest line of said Called 100 acre tract a distance of 505.38 feet to a 112" Iron Rod with Cap set in the northeast right -of -way line of Marion Pugh Drive for the most southerly comer; THENCE N 18 ° 42 ' 37 " W, along the northeast right -of -way line of Marion Pugh Drive a distance of 22.23 feet to the PLACE OF BEGINNING AND CONTAINING AN AREA OF 10,288 square feet or 0.236 OF ONE ACRE OF LAND MORE OR LESS, according to a survey performed during March, 2004, under the supervision of H. 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Staff Planner Jennifer Prochazka: "...Our recommendation is for approval of the Rezoning with the condition that the developer complete the extension of Marion Pugh Drive from Luther Street to Holleman Street and that it be accepted prior to Certificate of Occupancy being issued for the development." Chuck Ellison: "...No certificate of occupancy be issued on the project until Marion Pugh is extended from Luther to Holleman, as a major collector, which is what it is on the Thoroughfare Plan.....We understand that unless Marion Pugh is completed as a major collector, that we will not get a Certificate of Occupancy. That is a risk that we are willing to take because we can organize that. My request of you today is that you approve the rezoning on the condition that the developer complete Marion Pugh from Luther to Holleman before a Certificate of Occupancy is issued for the apartment complex." Planning & Zoning Commission Bill Davis: "I am going to ask staff to help me with the condition here, but I think that the intent is clear that Marion Pugh will be completed down to Holleman and will be functioning as a street before any certificate of obligation is issued." Scott Shafer clarified that it is not 'obligation,' but 'occupancy.' Davis stated "occupancy, excuse me that is what I meant..." After more discussion, Planning & Zoning Commission Chair Scott Shafer asked Staff Assistant Lisa Lindgren to repeat the motion. The motion was repeated. Director of Planning & Development Services Joey Dunn: "I think that I heard that the developer extend, those words, 'that the developer extend' Marion Pugh from Luther to Holleman" Planning & Zoning Commission Chair Scott Shafer: "...Make sure those words are in there. And 'before a certificate of occupancy is granted. "' Resulting Planning & Zoning Commission Action: The Planning & Zoning Commission unanimously recommended approval of the rezoning to R -6 High Density Multifamily with the condition that Marion Pugh Drive be completed by the developer as a major collector from Luther Street to Holleman Drive, prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy on the property being rezoned. 12) Complete Abandonment Process for Water Line CC: Gibbs, Alan; Prochazka, Jennifer • Page 4 College Station City Council Regular Meeting Thursday June 23, 2005 at 7:00 p.m. City Hall Council Chamber, 1101 Texas Avenue /' College Station, Texas Lr. Pledge of Allegiance, Invocation Consider request for absence from meeting i Hear Visitors (Any citizen may address the City Council for three minutes on city related issues not scheduled on the posted agenda. An information form is provided at the register table and should be completed prior to 5:45 p.m. and given to the City Secretary. The City Council will receive the information, ask staff to look into the matter, or place the issue on a future agenda for discussion). 1 1 Presentation, discussion, and possible action on approval of minutes for Workshop and Regular Meeting of March 22, 2005, June 9, 2005, retreat June 13 -14, 2005. 1 Presentation, discussion, and possible action awarding Bid #04 -76 to Identix Incorporated for an amount of $97,402 for a digital fingerprint and mugshot capture system for the College Station Police Department. 1 Presentation, discussion, and possible action to approve a supplement to the Software License and Services Agreement with Sungard HTE for the purchase of the Business License module for an amount not to exceed $22,885. 1 Presentation, discussion, and possible action on the third and final reading of a franchise agreement with CCAA, LLC d/b /a Stop `N Go Potties for collection, hauling an disposal services for residential construction debris solid waste in winch loaded roll -off containers. 1 Presentation, discussion, and possible action approving two contracts, a real estate contract and an option contract. The property is owned by TLS Properties, LTD (Bruce Smith) and located at Dowling Road and Marion Pugh Street. The purchase price for 10.7466 acres of land is $155,825.70, with a $5,000 option for the City to purchase an adjoining five acre parcel. 1V Presentation, discussion, and possible action approving a Development Participation Agreement that will authorize participation in the redesign and construction of Lift Station #1 Gravity Sewer Line Project. City participation is $20,217.50 for the re- design and construction and $21,243.00 for the needed easements. The agreement is between the City of College Station and Spring Creek CS Development, LTD. Traditional Values, Progressive Thinking In the Research Valley Co cil Meeting 6/23/05 Page 5 1 Presentation, discussion, and possible action approving Change Order #1 to Professional Services Contract 05 -065 with Waterscape Consultants, Inc., for engineering services related to the W.A. Tarrow Park Splash Park, increasing the contract by $7,750 for a revised contract amount of $22,500. 1 Presentation, discussion, and possible action regarding Change Order No. 2 to a contract with Mitchell & Morgan, L.L. P. for the Texas Avenue Utility Relocation _ Project. - Vision Statement III — Planning and Development ' 4.1 Public hearing, presentation, discussion, and possible action on an ordinance rezoning * -4 ,, i Callaway Subdivision Phase II, consisting of approximately 14 acres, located on the east side of Marion Pugh Drive, approximately 500' south of the intersection of r� bt George Bush Drive, including a portion of the Luther Street Right -of -Way, from C -1 --'ft � General Commercial to R -6 Hi l h Densit Multi -Famil . ; 1 I n 7\f . �.x- - Of r, l . D - "C i W e.ns (on 0 L 1 (.2 Public hearing, pe at ion, d� c s sion, and possible action on an ordinance rezoning i� request for Lot 1 of the Callaway House Parking Subdivision, generally located along • P i • i > the east side of Marion Pugh Drive, approximately 200 feet south of the intersection f with George Bush Drive, from C -1 General Commercial to R -6 High Density Multi - ( + tem Family. — 2 ki, t if 111 ) 4 Vision Statement I — Core Services Y1kS I" ' ' '.3 Public hearing, presentation, discussion, and possible action on an amendment to U' Chapter 9 "Subdivisions" of the City Code adopting standards for the construction of R A k i.k ,: a S b streets and alleyways. ''S 1. i Presentation, discussion, and possible action on a resolution authorizing the Fire Z r --- (Pi 1 1 ° A - ,, Chief to coordinate with the Office of Domestic Preparedness of the Department of / 0 Homeland Security in cooperation with the U.S. Fire Administration in application fora matching funds grants under the SAFER Grant Program for the purpose of y, hiring 10 full time firefighters. . 5 • Presentation, • discussion, • and possible • action • on an ordinance • authorizing • the issuance • 0 - . and sale of City of College Station, Texas General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2005A, in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $20,000,000; approving the form of a preliminary official statement; selecting underwriters for the bonds; and ordaining other matters related thereto, including immediate effectiveness. 14.6 Presentation, discussion, and possible action on an ordinance authorizing the issuance � �,� and sale of City of College Station, Texas Utility System Revenue Refunding Bonds, 'eX' 1DI's Series 2005A in an a.. re. ate •rinci sal amount not to exceed $15,000,000; approving Traditional Values, Progressive Thinkin_ ,,, , /A �, ^ 5 --- --� In the Research Valley - •= W��I - :eo Council Meeting 6/23/05 Page 6 the form of a preliminary official statement; selecting underwriters for the bonds; and ordaining other matters related thereto, including immediate effectiveness. Vision Statement III — Economic Development 14.7 Presentation, discussion, and possible action appointing a City Council representative to the Research Valley Partnership Board of Directors to fill an unexpired term. 15. The City Council may convene the executive session following the regular meeting to discuss matters posted on the executive session agenda for June 23, 2005. 16. Final action on executive session, if necessary. 17. Adjourn. If litigation issues arise to the posted subject matter of this Council Meeting an executive session will be held. APPROVED: City Manager Thomas E. Brymer I certify that this agenda was posted on the bulletin board at the Municipal Building, 1101 Texas Avenue, College Station, Texas on June 17, 2005 at 5:00 p.m. 1 ( City Secretary Connie Hooks This building is wheelchair accessible. Handicap parking spaces are available. Any request for sign interpretive service must be made 48 hours before the meeting. 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