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File #: 19-136    Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Individual Item Ready
File created: 2/6/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 2/25/2019 Final action:
Title: Public hearing and first reading of an ordinance rezoning approximately six acres out of the William Mockford Survey 285, addressed at 2850 Loop 337, from "R-2" Single and Two-family District to "C-1B" General Business District.
Attachments: 1. Aerial.pdf, 2. Land Use maps - Loop 337 and Oak Run, 3. Notification Map.pdf, 4. C-1B.pdf, 5. Photo.pdf, 6. Ordinance
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 rezoning approximately six acres out of the William Mockford Survey 285, addressed at 2850 Loop 337, from "R-2" Single and Two-family District to "C-1B" General Business District.

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BACKGROUND / RATIONALE:
Case No.: PZ-18-049

Council District:|910|
Applicant: Caroline McDonald
Brown & Ortiz, PC
112 E. Pecan Street, Suite 1360
San Antonio, TX 78205

Property Owner: Richard Kiesling, et al
2850 Loop 337
New Braunfels, TX 78130

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

Background/rationale:
The subject vacant property is located on the west side of Loop 337 at its intersection with Oak Run Parkway. The 5.95 acres subject to this request are within the city limits, but are part of a larger tract that extends outside the city limits. The portion outside the city limits is not subject to zoning or building permitting.

The applicant is requesting rezoning from "R-2" to "C-1B" General Business District. C-1B zoning is intended for areas located at or near the intersections of major collectors and arterials.

General Information:
Surrounding Zoning and Land Use:
North - Across Oak Run Parkway, C-1B/ Commercial
South - R-2/ Residential
East - Across Loop 337, R-2/ Residential; NB Christian Academy
West - Outside City limits/ Undeveloped

Floodplain: No portion of the property is within the 1% annual chance flood zone.

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 (C-1B zoning allows uses with an intensity that makes it appropriate at major intersections, and it is consistent with other commercial zoning in the area....

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