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File #: 17-677    Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Individual Item Ready
File created: 10/2/2017 In control: City Council
On agenda: 12/11/2017 Final action:
Title: Public hearing and consideration of the first reading of an ordinance regarding the proposed rezoning request to apply a Special Use Permit to allow a vehicle storage facility in the "C-3" Commercial District on 0.716 acres out of Subdivision No. 101 of the A.M. Esnaurizar Eleven League Grant, Abstract No. 20, Guadalupe County, Texas, addressed at 2635 S. Highway 46.
Attachments: 1. Aerial, Regional Transportation Plan and Floodplain Map, 2. Application, 3. Survey of Subeject Property, 4. Zoning and Land Use Maps, 5. Notification List, Map and Responses, 6. Photograph of Subject Property, 7. Sec. 3.3-9 "C-3" Commercial District, 8. Sec. 3.6 Special Use Permits, 9. Draft Minutes for October Planning Commission, 10. Ordinance
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Christopher J. Looney, Planning and Community Development Director
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clooney@nbtexas.org

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Public hearing and consideration of the first reading of an ordinance regarding the proposed rezoning request to apply a Special Use Permit to allow a vehicle storage facility in the "C-3" Commercial District on 0.716 acres out of Subdivision No. 101 of the A.M. Esnaurizar Eleven League Grant, Abstract No. 20, Guadalupe County, Texas, addressed at 2635 S. Highway 46.

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BACKGROUND / RATIONALE:
Case No.: PZ-17-032

Council District:|910|
Owner/Applicant: Jeramie Hernandez
2207 Hazlewood Dr.
New Braunfels, TX 78130
(830) 620-6727

Staff Contact: Matt Greene, Planner
(830) 221-4053
mgreene@nbtexas.org

The subject property is a 0.716 acre parcel out of a larger 2.89 acre tract situated on the east side of State Highway 46 South, between Krause Lane and Center Street along the city limit line. The front portion of the property is currently zoned "C-3" Commercial District, is unplatted and improved with a perimeter metal fence constructed this year. The remainder of the 2.89-acre parent tract is located outside the city limits with frontage on Krause Lane. While many of the nearby properties zoned C-3 are undeveloped, single-family residences occupy properties on either side of the subject parcel, where the one to the northwest is also occupied by a moving business.

There are two types of Special Use Permits (SUPs). A Type 1 SUP regulates land use only and does not require a specific site plan or development schedule. A Type 2 SUP requires a site plan illustrating the arrangement of the development in detail, including parking facilities, locations of buildings, uses to be permitted, landscaping and means of egress and ingress. In this manner the City Council can add conditions and requirements to the site plan as needed to make the proposed use more compatible with surrounding development.
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