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Application FOR OFFICE USE ONLY ,AY‘ P&Z CASE NO.: 0 3 _— 506'0 5`t k\h ,j � aa 11 DATE SUBMITTED: o�-I_c‘-t)0 5 COLLEGE STATION FINAL PLAT APPLICATION (Check one) Minor Amending Final Vacating �eplat ($300.00) ($300.00) ($400.00) ($400.00) ($400.00) The following items must be submitted by an established filing deadline date for P&Z Commission consideration. MINIMUM SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS: / �iling Fee (see above) NOTE: Multiple Sheets - $55.00 per additional sheet !UA Development Permit Application Fee of$200.00 (if applicable). NA Infrastructure Inspection Fee of$600.00 (applicable if any public infrastructure is being constructed.). ./Application completed in full. Thirteen (13) folded copies of plat. (A signed mylar original must be submitted after staff review.) NA One (1) copy of the approved Preliminary Plat and/or one (1) Master Plan (if applicable). Paid tax certificates from City of College Station, Brazos County and College Station I.S.D. �A copy of the attached checklist with all items checked off or a brief explanation as to why they are not. NA Two (2) copies of public infrastructure plans associated with this plat (if applicable). NA Parkland Dedication requirement approved by the Parks & Recreation Board, please provide proof of approval (if applicable).(idnier5 NAME OF SUBDIVISION �/Ye1 �° d /5iil/menf SPECIFLEAD LOCATION OF RO OSED SUBDIVISION e/7d o f e.512 cry ( OO 31.)17) C__ APPLICANT/PROJECT MANAGER'S INFORMATION (Primary Contact for the Project): Name krr ?Jrrey/ j X liceSehei' /y // Street Address d iorcJl �� City 4J6/qe .SjZc (Jyl State Zip Code ingell E-Mail Address /(7&'pse---1.scAer&l7e/Zorl-aef Phone Number 46P 3/Q-5 Fax Number Z:0-479047 PROPERTY OWNER'S INFORMATION: Nam��CJ/ij%fd Fn/ ( 1d / V7 116Z. e Street Address ice 6" c f City ( // e,5 0-77 State t Zip Code '27k11/i0 E-Mail Address Phone Number g4-47L3 Fax Number ARCHITECT OR ENGINEER'S INFORMATION: Name Street Address City State Zip Code E-Mail Address Phone Number Fax Number FNLPAPP.DOC 2/12/02 1 of 3 Total Acres Of Subdivision /3.. R-O-W Acreage /fl//q Total # Of Lots 3 Number Of Lots By Zoning District 3 / / / Average Acreage Of Each Residential Lot By Zoning District: Floodplain Acreage At/fi A Statement Addressing Any Differences Between The Final Plat And Approved Master Development Plan And/Or Preliminary Plat (If Applicable): Requested Variances To Subdivision Regulations & Reason For Same: Requested Oversize Participation: Total Linear Footage of Parkland Dedication due prior to filing the Final Plat: Proposed Public: ACREAGE: Streets # of acres to be dedicated + $ development fee Sidewalks # of acres in floodplain Sanitary Sewer Lines # of acres in detention Water Lines # of acres in greenways Channels OR Storm Sewers FEE IN LIEU OF LAND: Bike Lanes / Paths # of Single-Family Dwelling Units X $457 = $ (date) Approved by Parks & Recreation Board NOTE: DIGITAL COPY OF PLAT MUST BE SUBMITTED PRIOR TO FILING. The applicant has prepared this application and certifies that the facts stated herein and exhibits attached hereto are true, correct and complete. The undersigned hereby requests approval by the City of College Station of the above-identified final plat. Signature and Title Date FNLPAPP.DOC 2/12/02 2 of 3 SUBMIT APPLICATION AND THIS 4160 LIST CHECKED OFF WITH 13 FOLDED COPIES OF PLAT FOR REVIEW COLLEGE STATION FINAL PLAT MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS (ALL CITY ORDINANCES MUST BE MET) INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING: (Requirements based on field survey and marked by monuments and markers.) [V 1. Drawn on 24" x 36" sheet to scale of 100' per inch or larger. t 2. Vicinity map which includes enough of surrounding area to show general location of subject property in relationship to College Station and its City Limits. No scale required but include north arrow. ice' 3. Title Block with the following information: Name and address of subdivider, recorded owner, planner, engineer and surveyor. Proposed name of subdivision. (Subdivision name & street names will be approved through Brazos County 911.) (Replats need to retain original subdivision name.) • Date of preparation. • Engineer's scale in feet. 12K- Total area intended to be developed. COY`. 4. North Arrow. 5. Subdivision boundary indicated by heavy lines. ❑ 6. If more than 1 sheet, an index sheet showing entire subdivision at a scale of 500 feet per inch or larger. • 7. All applicable certifications based on the type of final plat. • Ownership and Dedication Y Surveyor and/or Engineer City Engineer (and City Planner, if a minor plat) Planning and Zoning Commission (delete if minor plat) Brazos County Clerk ❑ Brazos County Commissioners Court Approval (ETJ Plats only) 8. Paid tax certificates. ❑ 9. If submitting a replat where there are existing improvements, submit a survey of the subject property showing the improvements to ensure that no encroachments will be created. ❑ 10. If using private septic systems, add a general note on the plat 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 Commissioner's Court of Brazos County, pursuant to the provisions of Section 21.004 of the Texas Water Code. O� 11. Location of the 100 Year Floodplain and floodway, if applicable, according to the most recent available data. 12. Lot corner markers and survey monuments (by symbol) and clearly tied to basic survey data. 'NAL PLAT CHECKLIST 1 of 2 TLPCK.DOC 02/12/02 • ❑ 13. Matches the approved preliminary plat and/or master development plan. © - 14. The location and description with accurate dimensions, bearings or deflection angles and radii, area, center angle, degree of curvature, tangent distance and length of all curves for all of the following: (Show existing items that are intersecting or contiguous with the boundary of or forming a boundary with the subdivision, as well as, those within the subdivision). Existing Proposed ❑ Streets. Continuous or end in a cul-de-sac, stubbed out streets must end into a temp turn around unless they are shorter than 100 feet. 2 ❑ Public and private R.O.W. locations and widths. (All existing and proposed R.O.W.'s sufficient to meet Thoroughfare Plan.) la— ❑ Street offsets and/or intersection angles meet ordinance. ❑ ❑ Alleys. el— ❑ Easements. A number or letter to identify each lot or site and each block. ❑ ❑ Greenbelt area/park linkages/parkland dedication ( All proposed dedications must be reviewed by the Parks and Recreation Board prior to P & Z Commission consideration.) ❑ 15. Construction documents for all public infrastructure drawn on 24" x 36" sheets and properly sealed by a Licensed Texas Professional Engineer that include the following: ❑ Street, alley and sidewalk plans, profiles and sections. One sheet must show the overall street, alley and/or sidewalk layout of the subdivision. (may be combined with other utilities). ❑ Sanitary sewer plan and profile showing depth and grades. One sheet must show the overall sewer layout of the subdivision. (Utilities of sufficient size/depth to meet the utility master plan and any future growth areas.) ❑ Water line plan showing fire hydrants, valves, etc. with plan and profile lines showing depth and grades. One sheet must show the overall water layout of the subdivision. (Utilities of sufficient size/depth to meet the utility master plan and any future growth areas.) ❑ Storm drainage system plan with contours, street profile, inlets, storm sewer and drainage channels, with profiles and sections. Drainage and runoff areas, and runoff based on 5, 10, 25, 50 and 100 year rain intensity. Detailed drainage structure design, channel lining design & detention if used. One sheet must show the overall drainage layout of the subdivision. ❑ Detailed cost estimates for all public infrastructure listed above sealed by Texas P.E. ❑ Drainage Report. ❑ Erosion Control Plan (must be included in construction plans). ❑ 16. All off-site easements necessary for infrastructure construction must be shown on the final plat with a volume and page listed to indicate where the separate instrument easements were filed. Separate instrument easements must be filed prior or concurrently with Final Plat. ❑ 17. Are there impact fees associated with this development? Yes No Impact fees for R-1, R-2, & R-3 zoned final plats, must be paid prior to filing. ®� 18. Will any construction occur in TexDOT rights-of-way? Yes No If yes, TexDOT permit must be submitted along with the construction documents. NOTE: 1. We will be requesting the corrected Final Plat to be submitted in digital form if available prior to filing the plat at the Courthouse. 2. If the construction area is greater than 5 acres, EPA Notice of Intent (NOI) must be submitted prior to issuance of a development permit. 'NAL PLAT CHECKLIST 2 of 2 fLPCK.DOC 02/12/02 ,.� DEVELOPMENT SERVICES TRANSMITTAL LETTER COLLEGE STATION • Name/Firm: A / /lll:._ts.i Date: e2/ AS Address: -1)L - Phone: 7,� �,L �XJ 72677`/ Fax: Q 7vc We are transmitting the following for Development Services to review and comment: (Check all that apply.): ❑ Master Development Plan w/ U Redlines U Development Permit App. ❑ Preliminary Plat w/ ❑ Redlines ❑ Conditional Use Permit U Final Plat w/ LI Redlines ❑ Rezoning Application ❑ FEMA CLOMA/CLOMR/LOMA/LOMR w/ ❑ Redlines ❑ Variance Request ❑ Site Plan w/ U Redlines ❑ Other - Please specify ❑ Grading Plan w/ ❑ Redlines ❑ Landscape Plan w/ ❑ Redlines ❑ Irrigation Plan w/ ❑ Redlines ❑ Building Construction Documents w/ ❑ Redlines INFRASTRUCTURE AND ENGINEERING DOCUMENTS All infrastructure documents must be submitted as a complete set. The following are included in the complete set: ❑ Waterline Construction Documents w/ ❑ Redlines ❑ TxDOT Driveway Permit ❑ Sewerline Construction Documents w/❑ Redlines ❑ TxDOT Utility Permit ❑ Drainage Construction Documents w/ ❑ Redlines ❑ Other - Please specify U Street Construction Documents w/ ❑ Redlines ❑ Easement application with metes &bounds decsription ❑ Drainage Letter or Report w/ U Redlines ❑ Fire Flow Analysis w/ U Redlines Special Instructions: TRANSMITTAL LETTER 1 of 1 TRANSMIT 12/5/2001 KERR SURVEYING CO. #93-54 P.O. BOX 269 505 CHURCH STREET COLLEGE STATION,TEXAS 77841 Brad Kerr Telephone: Registered Professional (979)268-3195 Land Surveyor#4502 (979)691-8904 FAX March 4, 2003 TO: City of College Station Site Review Committee And Planning and Zoning Commission RE: Variance Request—Carter's Grove, Second Installment This letter is to request a Variance to the Lot Width requirements as set out in Chapter 9, Section 18 of the Subdivision Regulations for the City of College Station, due to the limited access currently in place on the subject property. The original Tract No. 1 has been accessed from Shady Drive with limited "frontage" since the original plat was filed in 1963. With the development of adjacent properties, the original Tract No. 1 now also has limited access frontage to Lincoln Avenue. The owners of the property desire to split the original Tract No. 1 to produce one more Lot for future development of a single family residence (Lot 1C) and to set aside a separate Lot for the existing residential dwelling (Lot 1A). Granting of this Variance Request will not detract from the current conditions existing or create conditions detrimental to the surrounding neighborhood. Sincerely, Louise Fischer Agent for Clifford Fry and Don House Local Government Code- CHAPTER 212 Page 11, 12 of 22 § 212.015. Additional Requirements for Certain Replats (a) In addition to compliance with Section 212.014, a replat without vacation of the preceding plat must conform to the requirements of this section if (1) during the preceding five years, any of the area to be replatted was limited by an interim or permanent zoning classification to residential use for not more than two residential units per lot; or (2) any lot in the preceding plat was limited by deed restrictions to residential use for not more than two residential units per lot. (b) Notice of the hearing required under Section 212.014 shall be given before the 15th day before the date of the hearing by: (1) publication in an official newspaper or a newspaper of general circulation in the county in which the municipality is located; and (2) by written notice, with a copy of Subsection (c) attached, forwarded by the municipal authority responsible for approving plats to the owners of lots that are in the original subdivision and that are within 200 feet of the lots to be replatted, as indicated on the most recently approved municipal tax roll or in the case of a subdivision within the extraterritorial jurisdiction, the most recently approved county tax roll of the property upon which the replat is requested. The written notice may be delivered by depositing the notice, properly addressed with postage prepaid, in a post office or postal depository within the boundaries of the municipality. (c) If the proposed replat requires a variance and is protested in accordance with this subsection, the proposed replat must receive, in order to be approved, the affirmative vote of at least three-fourths of the members present of the municipal planning commission or governing body, or both. For a legal protest, written instruments signed by the owners of at least 20 percent of the area of the lots or land immediately adjoining the area covered by the proposed replat and extending 200 feet from that area, but within the original subdivision, must be filed with the municipal planning commission or governing body, or both, prior to the close of the public hearing. (d) In computing the percentage of land area under Subsection (c), the area of streets and alleys shall be included. (e) Compliance with Subsections (c) and (d) is not required for approval of a replat of part of a preceding plat if the area to be replatted was designated or reserved for other than single or duplex family residential use by notation on the last legally recorded plat or in the legally recorded restrictions applicable to the plat. Acts 1987, 70th Leg., ch. 149, § 1, eff Sept. 1, 1987. Amended by Acts 1989, 71st Leg., ch. 345, §§ 2 to 5, eff. Aug. 28, 1989; Acts 1993, 73rd Leg., ch. 1046, § 3, eff. Aug. 30, 1993. Q