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File #: 19-042    Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Individual Item Ready
File created: 12/14/2018 In control: City Council
On agenda: 1/14/2019 Final action:
Title: Public hearing and first reading of an ordinance regarding the proposed rezoning of 7.106 acres out of the John Noyes Survey 259 A-430, addressed at 5947 and 5979 IH-35 South, from "APD" Agricultural/Pre-Development to "M-1A" Light Industrial District.
Attachments: 1. Aerial.pdf, 2. Application.pdf, 3. Land Use Maps.pdf, 4. Notification Map.pdf, 5. Sec. 3.4-18 M-1A, 6. Draft Minutes.pdf, 7. Ordinance.pdf
Presenter
Presenter
Christopher J. Looney, Planning and Community Development Director
Contact Info
clooney@nbtexas.org

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SUBJECT:
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Public hearing and first reading of an ordinance regarding the proposed rezoning of 7.106 acres out of the John Noyes Survey 259 A-430, addressed at 5947 and 5979 IH-35 South, from "APD" Agricultural/Pre-Development to "M-1A" Light Industrial District.

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BACKGROUND / RATIONALE:
Case No.: PZ-18-043

Council District:|910|
Applicant: Moeller & Associates, James Ingalls Agent
2021 SH 46 West, Suite 105
New Braunfels, TX 78132

Property Owner: Jeannine C. Engel et al
6783 US Highway 281
Blanco, TX 78606

Staff Contact: Holly Mullins
(830) 221-4054
hmullins@nbtexas.org

The subject property is located along the frontage road of IH-35 South, near the intersection of Engel Road. A small strip of the property along the interstate was annexed in 1981 and is zoning "M-1" Light Industrial. The remainder, approximately 7 acres, was annexed in 2007 and is currently zoned "APD" Agricultural/Pre-Development.

The applicant is requesting a zoning change from APD to M-1A to provide consistent zoning on the property and facilitate new development.

General Information:
Size: 7.106 acres

Surrounding Zoning and Land Use:
North - Across IH-35, C-1B, M-1A/ Stone and gravel supply
South - Outside city limits/ Warehouse, outdoor storage
East - M-1, APD/ Single-family residences
West - Outside city limits/ Undeveloped

Floodplain:
No portion of the property is within the 1% annual chance flood zone (100-year floodplain).

Improvement(s):
Two single-family residences

Determination Factors:
In making a decision on zoning, the following factors are to be considered:
* Whether the permitted uses will be appropriate in the immediate area, and their relationship to the area and to the City as a whole (M-1A zoning is intended for light manufacturing, distribution, wholesaling and warehousing o...

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