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    City Council July 12, 2011 Planning Presentation City Council July 12, 2011 Planning Presentation Presentation Transcript

    • City Council
      July 12, 2011
    • N Chadbourne
      N Bryant
      Pulliam
      Arden Rd
      S Chadbourne
      Sherwood Way
      Loop 306
      S Bryant
    • Recommendation
      Staff recommends making no change to weaken existing regulations:
      Potential effects on tourism & aesthetic assets;
      Preservation of central San Angelo, including historic and river;
      Potential impacts on homeowner rights & livability;
    • VII. Special Use Requests
      A. SU 11-01: Apostolic House of Worship (tabled at April 18th meeting)
      request for approval of a Special Use to allow a day care on the site of a religious institution (church) existing on the following property:
      1202 Preusser Street at northeast corner of Florence and Preusser Streets in east central San Angelo, specifically on the south 50 feet of Lots 7 and 8 as well as all of Lots 9, 10 and 11 in Block 2 of Sheppard’s Addition
      34 notifications, 5 in favor, 1 in opposition
      2 in favor outside the area or not property owners
    • LOOKING NORTHEAST FROM PULLIAM STREET AT SUBJECT PROPERTY
    • LOOKING NORTH DOWN N FLORENCE AND NORTHEAST AT SUBJECT PROPERTY
    • LOOKING NORTH AT SUBJECT PROPERTY FROM PULLIAM ST
    • Background:
      Apostolic House of Worship plans for a day care operation at its location;
      It intends to construct nonew buildings or additions to the existing building there;
      It plans to use each of five full classrooms, a large nursery and kitchen already existing in the church building on this subject property;
      At the May meeting of the Planning Commission, discussion revolved around concern of traffic management;
    • Analysis:
      A Special Use is a legislative act to allow some particular proposed activity at a location in a zoning district where such activity would otherwise be prohibited;
      Special Uses should be restricted to circumstances “where such use can provide effective transition between less restrictive and more restrictive zoning districts”;
      This property is located in a large swath of RS-1 zoning, and therefore, no transition is provided;
    • Recommendation:
      City staff recommends denying this requested Special Use for a day care in an RS-1 zoning district.
      The Planning Commission recommends approving this requested Special Use, by a vote of 6-1.
    • B. SU 11-02: Ray Zapata
      Request for approval of a Special Use to allow placement of a “band stand” on the following property:
      A 1.722 acre tract located approximately 285’ west of the intersection of Old Knickerbocker Road and South Bryant Boulevard in south central San Angelo, specifically the remainder of Tract C in the T.J.A.K. Addition to San Angelo
      7 notifications sent
    • LOOKING NORTHEAST AT SUBJECT PROPERTY
    • LOOKING NORTH FROM THE SUBJECT PROPERTY
    • LOOKING SOUTH FROM THE SUBJECT PROPERTY
    • Background:
      Proposing a “band stand” on the site which would host periodic events of a cultural or musical nature, in association with the neighboring restaurant;
      These activities are generally of a spectator nature and draw large numbers of people to specific events or shows;
      Such a use is only allowed in an ML district with approval of a Special Use;
    • Analysis:
      The area is unique in that it is surrounded by a variety of zoning classifications, from very light (RS-1) to very heavy (ML);
      The property is also near two major thoroughfares;
      Old Knickerbocker Rd is surrounded by manufacturing uses and is gradually transitioning to a commercial corridor;
      Residential development in this area is isolated and unlikely to continue;
    • Analysis:
      This area truly functions as a transition area;
      Traffic circulation is already present;
      Compatible with surrounding area;
      Impacts minimized by conditions;
    • Recommendation:
      Staff & the Planning Commission unanimously recommend approval of this request, subject to conditions outlined below:
      Events on this property can only be held between the hours of 7 am to 11 pm Sun-Thurs & 7 am to 1 am Fri & Sat;
      Placement of a privacy fence along the northern boundary of the site; and
      Speakers and lighting will be situated so as to minimize sound and light directed at nearby residences
    • C. SU 11-03: B.A. & Winkay Reed
      request for approval of a Special Use to allow a “bed and breakfast” on the following property:
      3149 Red Bluff Rd E, approximately 385’ west of the intersection of Red Bluff Rd E and Red Bluff Rd W, in far southwest San Angelo, specifically on Lot 93 in Block 4 of the Red Bluff Group of the Lake Nasworthy Addition to San Angelo
      9 notifications sent
    • LOOKING SOUTH AT THE SUBJECT PROPERTY
    • LOOKING WEST FROM THE SUBJECT PROPERTY
    • LOOKING EAST OF SUBJECT PROPERTY
    • Background
      The property owner desires to convert their existing guest house into a bed and breakfast facility;
      Allowed by right in all heavier commercial districts and as a conditional use in others;
      Only a special use would allow this in any residential district;
    • Analysis
      Surrounded by RS-1 zoning;
      Does not provide a transition from more intensive zoning to less intensive zoning;
      Nearest commercial zoning is across this section of the Lake, and PD is two blocks west;
      Impacts on neighbors and traffic on narrow, winding residential street;
    • Recommendation
      City staff recommends denial of the request;
      Planning Commission unanimously recommends approval of this request;