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Paesuerta, Inc.’s Application For Abandonment of Old Emerald    Parkway Right-of-WayLocation: 3001 N. Earl Rudder Freeway ...
Summary1.   Applicant seeks abandonment by the City of a 1.03 acre right-of-way     area, originally granted to the City t...
Current Aerial Photograph of Emerald Parkway and Abandonment Area
1976 – Allen Swoboda dedicated original 0.75 acre right-of-way tothe City via final plat of Emerald Forest, Phase 1 (later...
1983 - Final Plat of Agency Records Control, Inc. (612/589), showinglocation of original Emerald Parkway right-of-way.
Circa 1990 – State of Texas right-of-way map, showing proposednew location for Emerald Parkway, to accommodate the newHigh...
1990 – Haldec, Inc. (Allen Swoboda) deeds the new right-of-way area to theCity (1162/613). The old right-of-way area is no...
Aerial Comparison Photographs of Location of Emerald Parkway    1985 (old location)             1995 (new location)
Current Survey of Proposed Abandonment and Easement Areas
Summary1.   Applicant seeks abandonment by the City of a 1.03 acre right-of-way     area, originally granted to the City t...
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  • Emerald Forest Phase One plat (1978); showing original dedication Emerald Parkway dedication from Swoboda
  • Agency Records Control, Inc. plat (1983), showing the location of the original Emerald Parkway right-of-way
  • State of Texas map circa 1980 (?), showing proposed location of new Emerald Parkway right-of-way
  • Survey of current proposed abandonment, new PUE dedications.
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    1. 1. Paesuerta, Inc.’s Application For Abandonment of Old Emerald Parkway Right-of-WayLocation: 3001 N. Earl Rudder Freeway College Station City Council November 8, 2012
    2. 2. Summary1. Applicant seeks abandonment by the City of a 1.03 acre right-of-way area, originally granted to the City to accommodate the old Emerald Parkway location.2. The old Emerald Parkway right-of-way, containing 0.65 acres of the abandonment area, was dedicated to the City by plat in 1976.3. The current Emerald Parkway right-of-way, containing 0.38 acres of the abandonment area, was dedicated to the City by deed in 1990.4. Emerald Parkway was moved to its current location in the early 1990’s to accommodate the Highway 6 overpass.5. The current Emerald Parkway is a four lane divided roadway, which is adequate to handle the anticipated future needs of the public.6. Applicant is dedicating a 15’ public utility easement along the southern portion of the abandonment area.7. The City is reserving a 30’ right-of-way along the northern portion of the abandonment area.
    3. 3. Current Aerial Photograph of Emerald Parkway and Abandonment Area
    4. 4. 1976 – Allen Swoboda dedicated original 0.75 acre right-of-way tothe City via final plat of Emerald Forest, Phase 1 (later filed in 1981as Correction Plat 488/593)
    5. 5. 1983 - Final Plat of Agency Records Control, Inc. (612/589), showinglocation of original Emerald Parkway right-of-way.
    6. 6. Circa 1990 – State of Texas right-of-way map, showing proposednew location for Emerald Parkway, to accommodate the newHighway 6 overpass. New Location Old Location
    7. 7. 1990 – Haldec, Inc. (Allen Swoboda) deeds the new right-of-way area to theCity (1162/613). The old right-of-way area is not abandoned by City.
    8. 8. Aerial Comparison Photographs of Location of Emerald Parkway 1985 (old location) 1995 (new location)
    9. 9. Current Survey of Proposed Abandonment and Easement Areas
    10. 10. Summary1. Applicant seeks abandonment by the City of a 1.03 acre right-of-way area, originally granted to the City to accommodate the old Emerald Parkway location.2. The old Emerald Parkway right-of-way, containing 0.65 acres of the abandonment area, was dedicated to the City by plat in 1976.3. The current Emerald Parkway right-of-way, containing 0.38 acres of the abandonment area, was dedicated to the City by deed in 1990.4. Emerald Parkway was moved to its current location in the early 1990’s to accommodate the Highway 6 overpass.5. The current Emerald Parkway is a four lane divided roadway, which is adequate to handle the anticipated future needs of the public.6. Applicant is dedicating a 15’ public utility easement along the southern portion of the abandonment area.7. The City is reserving a 30’ right-of-way along the northern portion of the abandonment area.

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