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Staff Report STAFF REPORTkor ku ° Project Manager: Jennifer Reeves Date: 09-30-03 04 Email: jreeves@cstx.gov Item: A Rezoning for Higgins Suzuki/Mitsubishi consisting of a 10 acre tract located on State Highway 6 South bound Frontage Road just adjacent (north) to Home Depot. Applicant: Mace Higgins Staff Recommendations: Staff is recommending denial of the rezoning request from R-1 Single Family to C-1 General Commercial. Item Summary: The subject property has approximately 727 feet of frontage along the south bound access road of State Highway 6 and is currently undeveloped. The property is bound by the City of Bryan to the north. To the west is C-1 developed as the Home Depot detention facility and to the south is C-1 developed as Home Depot and the future Red Lobster site location. Comprehensive Plan Considerations: The Comprehensive Plan shows the subject property as Floodplain/Streams and is shown on the FEMA Maps within the 100-year floodplain. Floodplain/Streams is shown on this entire tract, so staff recommends the FEMA floodway/floodplain not be rezoned. Item Background: The subject property was annexed into the City of College Station city limits in 1971 and is currently not platted. All property annexed in this time period was brought in as R-1 Single Family. 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. Application 3. Infrastructure and Facilities 4. Zoning summary P:I GROUPIHTLTRIPZLTRIPRODIPZ20031P0008586.DOC Created on 9/30/2003 1:51 PM INFRASTRUCTURE AND FACILITIES Water: A 6" water line was extended to the subject property by the Home Depot project. Sewer: A sewer main exists along the property boundary. Streets: Earl Rudder Freeway is classified as a freeway/expressway. Off-site Easements: It does not appear that any are needed at this time. Access from Home Depot is an option. Drainage: Drainage is to Burton Creek. Flood Plain: The entire site is in the 100-yr floodplain. Oversize request: None Impact Fees: None NOTIFICATION: Legal Notice Publication(s): The Eagle; 09-30-03 and 10-28-03 Advertised Commission Hearing Dates(s): 10-16-03 Advertised Council Hearing Dates: 11-13-03 Number of Notices Mailed to Property Owners Within 200': 3 Response Received: None as of date of staff report P:IGROUPIHTLTRIPZLTRIPRODIPZ20031P0008586.DOC Created on 9/30/2003 1:51 PM �k N t NK Item Summary: The applicant is proposing to rezone a 4.435 acre portion of a 10-acre tract that will be reclaimed from the floodplain. Of the remaining acreage, 4.47 acres will retain the R-1 zoning, and 1.08 acres are in the City of Bryan, and zoned C. Staff Recommendations: Staff recommends approval of the rezoning as requested based on a positive recommendation regarding the Land Use Plan amendment request. The Comprehensive Plan shows this area to be designated as Floodplain and Streams. The applicant has applied for a Comprehensive Plan Amendment to amend the plan to Regional Retail in support of the rezoning request. If the Commission and Council recommend for, or approve the amendment, this request will be in compliance with the Comprehensive Plan. This area is not shown as a priority area on the Greenways Master Plan. Item Background: The subject property was annexed in 1971 and zoned R-1 , Single- family Residential at that time. It is not platted, and the tract extends into the City of Bryan Limits. Some filling has occurred on the property but the required Base Flood Elevations have increased requiring additional fill. P:IGROUP1Development ServiceslPlanning&Zoning CommissionlLegal Review 200510ctober 6, 20051Lamar rezoning.DOC Created on 9/26/2005 9:29 AM Response Received: One, from a Bryan resident concerned about flooding in the area. P:IGROUP1Development ServiceslPlanning&Zoning CommissionlLegal Review 20051October 6, 20051Lamar rezoning.DOC Created on 9/26/2005 9:29 AM INFRASTRUCTURE AND FACILITIES Water: A 6" water line was extended to the property by the Home Depot project. Larger water lines (12") are available to the south. Sewer: A sewer main exists along the property boundary. Streets: SH 6 (Earl Rudder Freeway) is classified as a Freeway on the City's Thoroughfare Plan. Off-site Easements: None are known to be necessary at this time. A sewer easement abandonment request is currently being processed. Drainage: Drainage is to Burton Creek to the north. Floodplain: The entire parcel is within the Special Flood Hazard Area. Oversize request: None Impact Fees: None P:IGROUPIDevelopment ServiceslPlanning&Zoning CommissionlLegal Review 20051October 6, 20051Lamar rezoning.DOC Created on 9/26/2005 9:29 AM STAFF REPORT Project Manager: Trey Fletcher, Sr. Planner Report Date: 10-21-2005 Email: tfletcher@cstx.gov Meeting Date: 11-3-2005 Item: Presentation, discussion, and possible action on a Rezoning for a portion of a tract of land affecting 4.435 acres generally located at 450 Earl Rudder Freeway South, approximately 1500 north of the SH 6/University Drive intersection along the southbound frontage road from R-1, Single-family Residential to C-1, General Commercial. (05-160) Applicant: Mitchell and Morgan, agent for Don Lamar, Trustee Staff Recommendations: Staff recommends approval of the rezoning as requested. Item Summary: This item was tabled at the October 6th P&Z Meeting after the request to amend the Land Use Plan was recommended for denial. On October 24t , the City Council approved the request to amend the Land Use Plan from Floodplain & Streams to Regional Retail. The applicant is proposing to rezone a portion of a 10-acre tract that will be reclaimed from the floodplain. Of the remaining acreage, 4.47 acres will retain the R-1 zoning, and 1.08 acres are in the City of Bryan, and zoned C. Comprehensive Plan Considerations: The rezoning request for C-1 General Commercial is in compliance with the City's Comprehensive Plan. This area is not shown as a priority area on the Greenways Master Plan. Item Background: The subject property was annexed in 1971 and zoned R-1, Single-family Residential at that time. It is not platted, and the tract extends into the City of Bryan Limits. Some filling has occurred on the property but the required Base Flood Elevations have increased requiring additional fill. Related Advisory Board Recommendations: N/A 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 denial; 3. Table indefinitely; or, 4. Defer action to a specified date. P:IGROUPIHTLTRIPZLTRIPRODIPZ20051P0011772.DOC Created on 9/26/2005 8:48:00 AM Supporting Materials: 1. Location Map 2. Aerial Map 3. Application 4. Infrastructure and Facilities NOTIFICATION: Legal Notice Publication(s): The Eagle; 9-20-2005 and 10-4-2005 Advertised Commission Hearing Dates(s): 10-6-2005 Advertised Council Hearing Dates: 10-24-2005 Number of Notices Mailed to Property Owners within 200': 6 Response Received: One, from a Bryan resident was concerned about flooding in the area. P:I GROUPI HTLTRI PZLTRI PRODI PZ2005I P0011772.DOC Created on 9/26/2005 8:48:00 AM INFRASTRUCTURE AND FACILITIES Water: A 6" water line was extended to the property by the Home Depot project. Larger water lines (12") are available to the south. Sewer: A sewer main exists along the property boundary. Streets: SH 6 (Earl Rudder Freeway) is classified as a Freeway on the City's Thoroughfare Plan. Off-site Easements: None are known to be necessary at this time. A sewer easement abandonment request is currently being processed. Drainage: Drainage is to Burton Creek to the north. Floodplain: The entire parcel is within the Special Flood Hazard Area. Oversize request: None Impact Fees: None P:I GRO UPI HTLTR I PZLTRI PROD I PZ20051 P0011772.DOC Created on 9/26/2005 8:48:00 AM STAFF REPORT Project Manager: Trey Fletcher, Sr. Planner Report Date: 9-26-2005 Email: tfletcher@cstx.gov Meeting Date: 10-6-2005 Item: Public hearing, presentation, discussion, and possible action on a Rezoning for a portion of a tract of land affecting 4.435 acres generally located at 450 Earl Rudder Freeway South approximately 1500 north of the SH 6/University Drive intersection along the southbound frontage road from R-1, Single-family Residential to C-1, General Commercial. (05-160) Applicant: Mitchell And Morgan, agent for Don Lamar, Trustee Staff Recommendations: Staff recommends approval of the rezoning as requested based on a positive recommendation regarding the Land Use Plan amendment request. Item Summary: The applicant is proposing to rezone a portion of a 10 acre tract that will be reclaimed from the floodplain. Of the remaining acreage, 4.47 acres will retain the R-1 zoning, and 1.08 acres are in the City of Bryan, and zoned C. Comprehensive Plan Considerations: The Comprehensive Plan shows this area to be designated as Floodplain and Streams. The applicant has applied for a Comprehensive Plan Amendment to amend the plan to Regional Retail in support of the rezoning request. If the Commission and Council recommend for, or approve the amendment, this request will be in compliance with the Comprehensive Plan. This area is not shown as a priority area on the Greenways Master Plan. Item Background: The subject property was annexed in 1971 and zoned R-1, Single-family Residential at that time. It is not platted, and the tract extends into the City of Bryan Limits. Some filling has occurred on the property but the required Base Flood Elevations have increased requiring additional fill. Related Advisory Board Recommendations: N/A 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 denial; 3. Table indefinitely; or, 4. Defer action to a specified date. P:1 GRO UPI HTLTR I PZL TRI PRODI PZ20051 P0011772.DOC Created on 9/26/2005 8:48 AM Supporting Materials: 1. Location Map 2. Aerial Map 3. Application 4. Infrastructure and Facilities P:I GRO UPI HTLTR I PZL TRI PROD I PZ20051 P0011772.DOC Created on 9/26/2005 8:48 AM INFRASTRUCTURE AND FACILITIES Water: A 6" water line was extended to the property by the Home Depot project. Larger water lines (12") are available to the south. Sewer: A sewer main exists along the property boundary. Streets: SH 6 (Earl Rudder Freeway) is classified as a Freeway on the City's Thoroughfare Plan. Off-site Easements: None are known to be necessary at this time. A sewer easement abandonment request is currently being processed. Drainage: Drainage is to Burton Creek to the north. Floodplain: The entire parcel is within the Special Flood Hazard Area. Oversize request: None Impact Fees: None NOTIFICATION: Legal Notice Publication(s): The Eagle; 9-20-2005 and 10-4-2005 Advertised Commission Hearing Dates(s): 10-6-2005 Advertised Council Hearing Dates: 10-24-2005 Number of Notices Mailed to Property Owners within 200': 6 Response Received: One, from a Bryan resident was concerned about flooding in the area. P:IGROUPIHTLTRIPZLTRIPRODI PZ20051P0011772.DOC Created on 9/26/2005 848 AM CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Planning er Development Services CITY OF COLLEGE STATION PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES 1101 Texas Avenue South, PO Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77842 Phone (979)764-3570 / Fax (979)764-3496 TO: MITCHELL&MORGAN,LLP VERONICA MORGAN RE: LAMAR PROPERTY FAX: 979-260-3564 FROM: Lisa Lindgren, Staff Assistant DATE: October 31, 2005 RE: Agenda &Staff Report P&Z Meeting, November 3, 2005 Following this coversheet is a copy of the Staff Report that was prepared for the above referenced project. Please keep in mind that staff's responsibility is to provide the Planning & Zoning Commission with all pertinent facts of a development case, but that staff is not acting as an advocate for the applicants. Therefore, it is in the applicant's best interest to send a representative to the Planning & Zoning Commission meeting to speak on behalf of the proposal. This item is scheduled for the November 3, 2005, Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting. This meeting will begin at 7:00 P.M. in the City Hall Council Chambers., 1101 Texas Avenue. I have included a copy of the agenda for this meeting. Please contact our office at (979) 764-3570 if you should have any questions. Thanks. CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Planning e'r Development Services CITY OF COLLEGE STATION PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES 1101 Texas Avenue South, PO Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77842 Phone (979)764-3570 / Fax (979)764-3496 TO: DON LAMAR,TRUSTEE RE: REZONING FOR 100 SH 6 S-CASE FAX: 281-497-0905 FROM: Lisa Lindgren, Staff Assistant DATE: October 4, 2005 RE: Agenda&Staff Report P&Z Meeting, October 6, 2005 Following this coversheet is a copy of the Staff Report that was prepared for the above referenced project. Please keep in mind that stall's responsibility is to provide the Planning & Zoning Commission with all pertinent facts of a development case, but that staff is not acting as an advocate for the applicants. Therefore, it is in the applicant's best interest to send a representative to the Planning & Zoning Commission meeting to speak on behalf of the proposal. This item is scheduled for the October 6, 2005, Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting. This meeting will begin at 7:00 P.M. in the City Hall Council Chambers., 1101 Texas Avenue. I have included a copy of the agenda for this meeting. Please contact our office at (979) 764-3570 if you should have any questions. Thanks. rff111111114 CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Planning&Development Services CITY OF COLLEGE STATION PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES 1101 Texas Avenue South, PO Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77842 Phone (979)764-3570 / Fax (979)764-3496 TO: MITCHELL&MORGAN,LLP VERONICA MORGAN RE: REZONING FOR 100 SH 6 S-CASE FAX: 979-260-3564 FROM: Lisa Lindgren, Staff Assistant DATE: October 4,2005 RE: Agenda &Staff Report P&Z Meeting, October 6, 2005 Following this coversheet is a copy of the Staff Report that was prepared for the above referenced project. Please keep in mind that staff's responsibility is to provide the Planning & Zoning Commission with all pertinent facts of a development case, but that staff is not acting as an advocate for the applicants. Therefore, it is in the applicant's best interest to send a representative to the Planning & Zoning Commission meeting to speak on behalf of the proposal. This item is scheduled for the October 6, 2005, Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting. This meeting will begin at 7:00 P.M. in the City Hall Council Chambers., 1101 Texas Avenue. I have included a copy of the agenda for this meeting. Please contact our office at (979) 764-3570 if you should have any questions. Thanks. (jirffilli CITY OF COLLEGE STATION Planning 6-Development Services CITY OF COLLEGE STATION PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT SERVICES 1101 Texas Avenue South, PO Box 9960 College Station, Texas 77842 Phone (979)764-3570 / Fax (979)764-3496 TO: DON LAMAR RE: LAMAR PROPERTY FAX: 281-497-0905 FROM: Lisa Lindgren, Staff Assistant DATE: October 31, 2005 RE: Agenda &Staff Report P&Z Meeting, November 3, 2005 Following this coversheet is a copy of the Staff Report that was prepared for the above referenced project. Please keep in mind that staff's responsibility is to provide the Planning & Zoning Commission with all pertinent facts of a development case, but that staff is not acting as an advocate for the applicants. Therefore, it is in the applicant's best interest to send a representative to the Planning & Zoning Commission meeting to speak on behalf of the proposal. This item is scheduled for the November 3, 2005, Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting. This meeting will begin at 7:00 P.M. in the City Hall Council Chambers., 1101 Texas Avenue. I have included a copy of the agenda for this meeting. Please contact our office at (979) 764-3570 if you should have any questions. Thanks.