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

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  • 1. City Council<br />July 12, 2011<br />
  • 2. N Chadbourne<br />N Bryant<br />Pulliam<br />Arden Rd<br />S Chadbourne<br />Sherwood Way<br />Loop 306<br />S Bryant<br />
  • 3. Recommendation<br />Staff recommends making no change to weaken existing regulations:<br />Potential effects on tourism & aesthetic assets;<br />Preservation of central San Angelo, including historic and river;<br />Potential impacts on homeowner rights & livability;<br />
  • 4. VII. Special Use Requests<br />A. SU 11-01: Apostolic House of Worship (tabled at April 18th meeting)<br /> 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:<br /> 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 <br />34 notifications, 5 in favor, 1 in opposition<br /> 2 in favor outside the area or not property owners<br />
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  • 7. LOOKING NORTHEAST FROM PULLIAM STREET AT SUBJECT PROPERTY<br />
  • 8. LOOKING NORTH DOWN N FLORENCE AND NORTHEAST AT SUBJECT PROPERTY<br />
  • 9. LOOKING NORTH AT SUBJECT PROPERTY FROM PULLIAM ST<br />
  • 10. Background:<br />Apostolic House of Worship plans for a day care operation at its location;<br />It intends to construct nonew buildings or additions to the existing building there;<br />It plans to use each of five full classrooms, a large nursery and kitchen already existing in the church building on this subject property;<br />At the May meeting of the Planning Commission, discussion revolved around concern of traffic management;<br />
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  • 13. Analysis:<br />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;<br />Special Uses should be restricted to circumstances “where such use can provide effective transition between less restrictive and more restrictive zoning districts”;<br />This property is located in a large swath of RS-1 zoning, and therefore, no transition is provided;<br />
  • 14. Recommendation:<br />City staff recommends denying this requested Special Use for a day care in an RS-1 zoning district.<br />The Planning Commission recommends approving this requested Special Use, by a vote of 6-1.<br />
  • 15. B. SU 11-02: Ray Zapata <br />Request for approval of a Special Use to allow placement of a “band stand” on the following property:<br />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<br />7 notifications sent<br />
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  • 19. LOOKING NORTHEAST AT SUBJECT PROPERTY<br />
  • 20. LOOKING NORTH FROM THE SUBJECT PROPERTY<br />
  • 21. LOOKING SOUTH FROM THE SUBJECT PROPERTY<br />
  • 22. Background:<br />Proposing a “band stand” on the site which would host periodic events of a cultural or musical nature, in association with the neighboring restaurant;<br />These activities are generally of a spectator nature and draw large numbers of people to specific events or shows;<br />Such a use is only allowed in an ML district with approval of a Special Use;<br />
  • 23. Analysis:<br />The area is unique in that it is surrounded by a variety of zoning classifications, from very light (RS-1) to very heavy (ML);<br />The property is also near two major thoroughfares;<br />Old Knickerbocker Rd is surrounded by manufacturing uses and is gradually transitioning to a commercial corridor;<br />Residential development in this area is isolated and unlikely to continue;<br />
  • 24. Analysis:<br />This area truly functions as a transition area;<br />Traffic circulation is already present;<br />Compatible with surrounding area;<br />Impacts minimized by conditions;<br />
  • 25. Recommendation:<br />Staff & the Planning Commission unanimously recommend approval of this request, subject to conditions outlined below:<br />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;<br />Placement of a privacy fence along the northern boundary of the site; and<br />Speakers and lighting will be situated so as to minimize sound and light directed at nearby residences<br />
  • 26. C. SU 11-03: B.A. & Winkay Reed<br />request for approval of a Special Use to allow a “bed and breakfast” on the following property:<br />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<br />9 notifications sent<br />
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  • 29. LOOKING SOUTH AT THE SUBJECT PROPERTY<br />
  • 30. LOOKING WEST FROM THE SUBJECT PROPERTY<br />
  • 31. LOOKING EAST OF SUBJECT PROPERTY<br />
  • 32. Background<br />The property owner desires to convert their existing guest house into a bed and breakfast facility;<br />Allowed by right in all heavier commercial districts and as a conditional use in others;<br />Only a special use would allow this in any residential district;<br />
  • 33. Analysis<br />Surrounded by RS-1 zoning;<br />Does not provide a transition from more intensive zoning to less intensive zoning;<br />Nearest commercial zoning is across this section of the Lake, and PD is two blocks west;<br />Impacts on neighbors and traffic on narrow, winding residential street;<br />
  • 34. Recommendation<br />City staff recommends denial of the request;<br />Planning Commission unanimously recommends approval of this request;<br />

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