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[Determination of Quorum / Meeting Called to Order]

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WELL, IT IS 6 0 7 AND WE HAVE A QUORUM OF SEVEN PLANNING COMMISSIONERS HERE TONIGHT.

SO WE'RE GOING TO BRING, UH, THIS MEETING TO ORDER AT, UH, LIKE I SAID, 6 0 7.

I WILL START OUT WITH A ROLL CALL.

WE HAVE, UM, WE HAVE SEVEN PLANNING COMMISSIONERS HERE AND, UH, COUNCIL CHAMBERS, AND WE HAVE, UM, ANOTHER FIVE THAT ARE, UM, ATTENDING VIRTUALLY.

SO I'LL START WITH THE, UH, ROLL CALL OF THOSE CHAMBERS.

WHEN I CALL YOUR NAMES, JUST ACKNOWLEDGE YOUR PRESENCE.

UH, I'M YOUR CHAIR, TODD SHAW.

UH, WE HAVE, LET'S SEE IF I SHARE A HEMPEL, UH, COMMISSIONER IS OUR COMMISSIONER CONNOLLY COMMISSIONER, UH, COPS HERE, COMMISSIONER SNYDER HERE AND COMMISSIONER THOMPSON HERE.

AND THEN, UH, VIRTUALLY WE HAVE, UH, COMMISSIONER HOWARD AND I'M GOING A LITTLE BIT OUT OF ORDER HERE.

COMMISSIONER FLORES, COMMISSIONER YANNIS, PALITO HERE, COMMISSIONER MOSHE TODDLER HERE.

AND I THINK WE'RE, UM, YOU DON'T HAVE, I DON'T SEE COMMISSIONER PRACTICES AND I KNOW THAT COMMISSIONER SHEA IS NOT PRESENT, UM, AND, UH, LIKE TO RECOGNIZE, UH, WE HAVE EX-OFFICIO RICHARD MENDOSA HERE THIS EVENING.

THANK YOU.

THANK YOU, COMMISSIONER.

AND I THINK THAT'S ALL I'M SEEING ON THE SCREEN.

SO I THINK, UM, WE MIGHT, UH, HAVE A COMMISSIONER SHOW UP A LITTLE LATER, UM, JUST FOR THE AUDIENCE AND COMMISSIONERS.

THIS IS OUR FIRST HYBRID MEETING.

SO I'D LIKE TO READ A LITTLE ANNOUNCEMENT, UM, BEAR WITH US THIS EVENING.

UH, WE'VE HAD, HAVE NOT HAD TO DO THIS, UM, THEN ALL VIRTUAL FOR QUITE A WHILE, SO I'M SURE WE'LL, UM, WE'LL GET THROUGH IT, BUT THERE MAY BE SOME HICCUPS ALONG THE WAY, UH, REAL QUICK, UH, FOR MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC PRESENT, UH, FOR THIS MEETING AND THE PLANNING COMMISSION.

THIS IS A HYBRID MEETING, UM, MEANING THAT WE HAVE A FORUM, UH, COMMISSIONERS HERE IN THE CHAMBERS.

WE HAVE SEVEN HERE THIS EVENING AND THE REMAINDER OF THE COMMISSIONERS ARE ATTENDING VIRTUALLY AS SUCH.

UM, WE'LL HAVE TO TRACK THE ACTIVITIES OF BOTH WHAT'S HAPPENING HERE IN CHAMBERS, AS WELL AS, UH, THE COMMISSIONERS OUT THERE, UH, ON THEIR COMPUTERS, UH, ATTENDING VIRTUALLY.

SO, UM, WE'RE NOT PROHIBITED, UH, WELL, THE PUBLIC, WE'RE NOT PROHIBITING THE PUBLIC FOR BEING IN CHAMBERS, UH, IN TIRED TIME, BUT STRONGLY RECOMMENDING THAT, UM, THAT YOU REMAINED IN THE ATRIUM OR OTHERWISE OUTSIDE UNTIL YOUR ITEM COMES UP JUST SO WE CAN KIND OF MAXIM MINIMIZE THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE AND, UH, MAXIMIZE THE DISTANCE BETWEEN INDIVIDUALS.

UM, SO FOR THE PUBLIC HEARINGS, UH, WE WILL START WITH THE FIRST ONE AND THEN, UM, OUR LIAISON, MR. RIVERA, UH, BEFORE THE NEXT PUBLIC HEARING, UH, WE'LL GO OUT TO THE ATRIUM AND ANNOUNCED THAT WE'RE MOVING ONTO THE NEXT ITEM AND, UH, WE'LL GIVE SOME TIME FOR TRANSITION FOR PEOPLE TO MOVE IN AND OUT.

AND, UM, ALSO YOU'LL RECEIVE A EMAIL ABOUT 15 MINUTES AWAY FROM THE ITEM THAT YOU'RE SIGNED UP TO SPEAK.

SO, UM, ANYWAY, THAT'S, UH, SO IF YOU CAN, LIKE I SAID, IT WOULD BE HELPFUL IF WE, IF YOU WAIT OUTSIDE, UH, THAT WOULD BE, I THINK, SMART GIVEN WE'RE IN THE MIDDLE OF A PENDANT.

UM, SO, UH, TODAY I'M GOING TO HAVE SOME HELP, UH, VICE-CHAIR HEMPEL, UH, COMMISSIONER FLORES AND, UH, MR. RIVERA GONNA KIND OF HELP ME OUT HERE WITH SOME OF THE DUTIES, UH VICE-CHAIR WILL, WE'LL BE TRACKING THAT KIND OF NUMBER OF QUESTIONS THAT COMMISSIONERS ARE ASKING AND, UM, AND THE SPEAKERS, UH, TRACKING SPEAKERS FOR AND AGAINST ON THE VARIOUS MOTIONS.

AND ALSO ANNOUNCED WHEN SPEAKERS AND COMMISSIONERS A LOT OF TIME IS UP, SO THERE'LL BE A BUZZER, BUT, UH, WE'LL ALSO REMIND FOLKS THAT THEIR TIME IS UP.

UH, ALSO, SO THE FOLKS ONLINE CAN HEAR IT AS WELL.

UH, COMMISSIONER FLORES WILL GIVE US THE FIRST READING, UH, OF S UM, THE STAFF, UM, CONSENT AGENDA, AND A MR. A VARIABLE ANNOUNCED, UH, SPEAKERS, UH, DURING THE PUBLIC HEARINGS KIND OF EMCEE THAT PROCESS.

UM, SO WE WILL, UH, I WILL HAVE HELP TODAY, WHICH IS, I'M VERY GRATEFUL

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FOR, UH, COMMISSIONERS, UH, ATTENDING VIRTUALLY, UM, HAVE YOUR CARDS READY.

UM, AND THE WAY THIS WILL WORK, I WILL ACCOUNT VOTES, UH, ON THE DIAS FIRST AND WRITE THOSE DOWN.

AND THEN I WILL TURN MY ATTENTION TO THOSE OF YOU IN THE VIRTUAL WORLD AND COUNTER VOTES.

UM, AND I'LL HAVE FOLKS THAT CHECKING MY NUMBERS AS I TRY TO COUNT THOSE TELE UP THOSE NUMBERS.

UM, LET'S SEE.

YEAH.

AND SO THOSE ONLINE STAY MUTED UNTIL, UM, UNTIL YOU WANT TO SPEAK, RAISE YOUR HAND, REALIZE IT'S GOING TO BE EVEN MORE CHALLENGING.

I'M MONITORING WHAT'S GOING ON HERE AND TRYING TO PAY ATTENTION TO YOU GUYS, DEFINITELY GRAB, YOU KNOW, IF YOU NEED TO, UM, IF I'M MISSING YOU AND NOT RECOGNIZE YOU, GO AHEAD AND SPEAK AND, UH, SO THAT I CAN, UH, UH, I CAN, UH, NOTE YOUR PARTICIPATION.

LET'S SEE.

UM, OKAY, WELL, LET'S GET ONTO THE BUSINESS.

WE'VE GOT A PRETTY FULL, UH, THREE DISCUSSION ITEMS I KNOW OF, AND

[Reading of Agenda]

WE'RE GOING TO START OUT WITH THE CONSENT AGENDA AND JUST FOR THOSE OUT THERE, UH, WHAT WE DO WITH THE CONSENT AGENDA, WE'RE TRYING TO MOVE, UM, LOOKING AT THE STAFF'S, UH, RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CONSENT AND, UH, WHICH WILL INCLUDE THE, UH, MEETING MINUTES AND PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS. UH, COMMISSIONER FLORES WILL DO THE FIRST READING OF THE ITEMS ON THE AGENDA.

AND AFTER THE FIRST READING, UM, STAFF LIAISON, UH, MR. RIVERA WILL LET US KNOW IF ANY OF THE ITEMS, IF YOU HAVE SPEAKERS ON ANY OF THE ITEMS THAT WE NEED TO PULL OFF CONSENT FOR DISCUSSION AND ALSO COMMISSIONERS, UH, BOTH AARON CHAMBERS AND ONLINE, UH, YOU'LL HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO REQUEST ITEMS, TO BE PULLED FOR DISCUSSION AS WELL.

SO WITH THAT, I'M GOING TO GO AHEAD AND TURN IT OVER TO COMMISSIONER FLORES, TO DO THE, UH, FIRST READING OF THE CONSENT AGENDA.

THANK YOU, CHERISH.

AW.

UM, TODAY WE HAVE A APPROVAL OF MINUTES FOR THE AUGUST 24TH, 2021 MEETING, UH, B PUBLIC PUBLIC HEARINGS, B ONE PLAN AMENDMENT NPA 2021 DASH 0 0 2 6 0.01 GRADIENT BROWNIE MIXED USE, UM, THAT IS OFFERED FOR DISCUSSION B TWO REZONING C 14 20 21 0 0 3 9.

GRADY AND BROWNIE MIXED USE THAT IS OFFERED FOR DISCUSSION.

THE THREE REZONING C 14 20 21 0 0 0 9 AT 1725 TUMI ROAD.

THAT IS A PORT CONSENT POSTPONEMENT BY THE NEIGHBORHOOD TO OCTOBER 12TH.

AND THE APPLICANT IS IN AGREEMENT BEFORE PLAN AMENDMENT NPA 20 19 0 0 2 2 0.01 200 ACADEMY IS OFFERED FOR DISCUSSION C5 REZONING C 14 20 20 0 1 4 7 200 ACADEMY ALSO OFFERED COURT DISCUSSION B6 PLAN AMENDMENT NPA 20 21 0 0 2 9 0.01 S H AT 10 21 EAST ST.

JOHN'S THAT IS OFFERED FOR CONSENT.

THESE SEVEN REZONING C 14 20 21 0 0 0 5 DOT S H AT 10 21 EAST ST.

JOHN'S AVENUE ALSO OFFERED FOR CONSENT.

THE EIGHT REZONING SCENE 14 21 0 0 8 1 FIFTH AND WALSH REZONING THAT IS OFFERED FOR STAFF POSTPONEMENT TO SEPTEMBER 28, B NINE, REZONING C 14 20 21 0 0 8 2 SPRINGDALE ROAD RESIDENCES.

UM, THAT IS APPLICANT POSTPONEMENT TO OCTOBER 12TH AND THE NEIGHBORHOOD AGREES B 10 APPEAL DENIAL OF CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS SCENE 14 H DASH 2004 DASH 0 0 0 8, HR 2021 DASH 0 8 5 7 3 9 MITCHELL ROBERTSON BUILDING.

AND THAT IS OFFERED FOR DISCUSSION CHAIR SHAW.

THIS CONCLUDES THE CONSENT AGENDA AS PROVIDED BY STAFF.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

UM, SO I GUESS, FIRST OF ALL, CHECKING WITH MR. RIVERA, IF WE'VE

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GOT ANY SPEAKERS FOR ITEMS THAT WERE UP ON CONSENT, WE'RE SURE COMMISSIONER LEADS ON HANDOVER.

THE CONSENT AGENDA REMAINS AS PROVIDED BY STAFF.

SO, UH, LOOKING FIRST ON THE DIOCESE HERE, COMMISSIONERS, DO YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THE CONSENT AGENDA, ANY WISHES TO DISCUSS ANY OF THE ITEMS THAT ARE ON CONSENT? UM, I GUESS THAT WAS, UH, ATTENDING VIRTUALLY ANY, UH, ANY QUESTIONS ON THE CONSENT AGENDA OR WISHES TO PULL ANYTHING OFF THE CONSENT.

ALL RIGHT.

ALL RIGHT.

I WILL THEN REREAD, UH, WELL, LET ME BACK UP ONE SECOND.

ANY COMMISSIONERS, I GUESS, ON THE DIET NEED TO RECUSE THEMSELVES FROM ANY OF THE ITEMS? NOPE.

UH, THOSE ONLINE, UH, VIRTUAL ANYONE NEEDS TO RECUSE THEMSELVES.

OKAY.

SEE NONE GO IN, UH, REPEAT THE, UH, WHAT, UM, WE HAVE HERE FOR CONSENT AND WE HAVE THE AUGUST 24TH, 2021 MINUTES.

WE HAVE ITEMS B ONE PLAN AMENDMENT NPA 20 21 0 0 2 6 0 1 GRADIENT BROWNIE MIXED USE.

UM, THAT'S FOR DISCUSSION, YOU HAVE IMD TWO REZONING.

IT'S ALSO DISCUSSION.

SEE 14 20 21 0 0 3 9 GRADIENT BROWNIE MIX USE.

WE WILL TAKE ON B ONE AND B TWO TOGETHER, UM, ITEM D THREE, REZONING C 14 20 21 DASH 0 0 9 7 25 TUMI ROAD.

UH, THIS IS A NEIGHBORHOOD POSTPONEMENT TALK.

TOBAR 12 APPLICANT AGREES.

YOU HAVE ITEM D FOR PLAN AMENDMENT NTA 2019.

200 ACADEMY.

THIS IS A DISCUSSION ITEM B FIVE, THE ACCOMPANY REZONING THAT'S C 14 20 20 0 1 47 AT 200 ACADEMY.

UH, WE WILL TAKE ITEMS BEFORE AND B FIVE TOGETHER.

MOVING ON TO ITEM B SIX PLAN AMENDMENT NPA 20 21 0 0 2 9 0 ONE.SH 10 21 EAST ST.

JOHN'S.

THAT ITEM IS ON CONSENT AND WE HAVE AN A B SEVEN, WHICH IS YOUR COMING TO REZONING C 14 20 21 0 0 5 DOT S H AT 10 21 EAST ST.

JOHN'S ALSO ON CONSENT AND VITAMIN B EIGHT, UH, REZONING CASE NUMBER C 14 20 21 DASH 0 0 8 1 FIFTH AND WALLACE REZONING.

THIS IS A STATUS MOMENT TO SEPTEMBER 28TH.

YOU IT'D BE NINE REZONING, C 14 DASH 2021, DESERT 0 8 2 SPRINGDALE ROAD RESIDENCES.

THIS ITEM IS A APPLICANT POST MOMENT TILL OCTOBER 12TH, NEIGHBORHOOD AGREES.

AND THE LAST ITEM D 10 APPEAL, DENIAL OF CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS CASE NUMBER C 14 H 2004, AS THERE A 0 0 8 AND HR DESK, 2021 AS 0 8 5 7 3 9 MITCHELL ROBERTSON BUILDING.

THIS ITEM IS UP FOR DISCUSSION.

SO THAT IS THE READING OF THE CONSENT AGENDA.

DO I HAVE A MOTION TO,

[Consent Agenda]

UH, CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING? UM, AND, UH, THE APPROVE THE CONSENT AGENDA, INCLUDING THE AUGUST 24TH MINUTES.

SO I SEE, UH, A MOTION BY VICE CHAIR, HEMPHILL SECONDED BY MR. HUIZAR.

AND WE'LL GO AHEAD AND TAKE A VOTE.

SO FIRST LET'S, UH, COUNT THOSE ON THE DIAS FIRST.

ALRIGHT.

WE HAVE S SEVEN HERE AND OKAY.

THOSE NOW ONLINE.

SHOW ME YOUR COLORED CARD.

ALL RIGHT.

1, 2, 3, 4, AND THAT IS GREEN.

OKAY.

THANK YOU.

SO THAT IS A TOTAL OF 11, UH, ZERO.

ALL RIGHT.

SO WE HAVE DISPOSED OF THE CONSENT AGENDA.

NOW WE'LL

[Items B1 & B2]

GO AHEAD AND MOVE ON TO OUR, UH, FIRST PUBLIC HEARING.

AND THESE ARE, WE'RE GOING TO TAKE, AS I SAID, I'D BE ONE AND P D TWO UP TOGETHER.

AND SO WE'LL START WITH THE STAFF PRESENTATION.

GOOD EVENING.

MARINE MEREDITH PLANNING AND HOUSING DEPARTMENT ITEM B.

ONE IS NPA 20 21 0 0 2 6 0.01

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GRADIENT BROWNIE MIXED JUICE.

THE PROPERTY IS LOCATED AT TEN SIX OH NINE TEN SIX ELEVEN TEN SIX ONE THREE TEN SIX ONE FIVE BROWNIE DRIVE, WHICH IS TRACKED ONE AND 10, 6, 10, 10, 6, 12, 10, 6, 14 MIDDLE FISKVILLE ROAD, WHICH IS TRACK TWO.

IT IS LOCATED WITHIN THE NORTH LUMBAR COMBINED NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AREA.

THE REQUEST IS TO CHANGE THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP FROM SINGLE FAMILY AND NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL TO MIXED USE LAND USE.

IT IS RECOMMENDED BY STAFF.

THERE'S NO NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN CONTACT TEAM WITHIN THE NORTH LAMAR COMBINED PLANNING AREA, BUT WE DID RECEIVE SOME LETTERS IN OPPOSITION AND IT THERE IN THE CASE REPORT.

ALRIGHT, THANK YOU.

AND NOW WE'LL HEAR, UM, THE APPLICANT.

OH, THEY PLAY AN MTA OR THE ZONING CASE.

SORRY.

THANK YOU.

GOOD EVENING.

COMMISSIONERS SHERRY'S OR WITNESS WITH THE HOUSING AND PLANNING DEPARTMENT.

THIS IS ITEM B TWO, WHICH IS KC 14, 20 21 0 0 3 9.

THE, THE ADDRESSES ARE, AS MAUREEN SAID, 1 0 6 0 9 1 0 6 1 1 1 0 6 1 3 AND 1 0 6 1 5 BROWNIE AVENUE OR BROWNIE DRIVE.

AND 1 0 6 1 0 1 0 6 1 2 AND 1 0 6 1 4 MIDDLE FISCAL ROAD.

THE REQUEST IS FOR, FROM TRACK ONE, SF THREE NP TO SFR MP, AND FOR TRACK TWO LR, M P TO SEE US IMMU NP.

THE STAFF RECOMMENDS MF TO NP ZONING FOR TRACT ONE, AND LRM RMU NP ZONING FOR TRACK TWO.

THE PROPERTY IN QUESTION CONSISTS OF SEVEN END DEVELOPED LOTS LOCATED BETWEEN BROWNIE DRIVE AND MIDDLE FISCAL ROAD AT EAST GRADY DRIVE THE LOTS TO THE NORTH ACROSS THE EAST GRADY DRIVE ARE ZONED SF THREE, AND LRN P RESPECTIVELY.

AND OUR END DEVELOPED FURTHER TO THE NORTH AS A MANUFACTURING FACILITY, THE FORMER GOLFSMITH SITE WITH IP IN P AND C S AND P ZONING TO THE SOUTH AND EAST ALONG BROWNIE DRIVE THEIR SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCES THAT ARE ZONED SF TWO, NPNS HAVE THREE MP ALONG MIDDLE FISCAL ROAD TO THE SOUTH.

THERE ARE COMMERCIAL USES WITH LRN P N C S AND P ZONING.

THE APPLICANT IS REQUESTING MFA FOR NPS ZONING FOR TRACT ONE AND S AND C S M U N P ZONING FOR TRACK TWO TO ALLOW FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF RESIDENTIAL DWELLING UNITS AT THE PERIPHERY OF THE ESTABLISHED NEIGHBORHOOD AND COMMERCIAL USES FOR RUNNING OR MIDDLE FISCAL ROAD, THE STAFF RECOMMENDS MF TWO MPS ZONING FOR TRACK ONE, AND LRN P M U M P ZONING FOR TRACK TWO MF TWO MPS ZONING ON TRACT.

ONE WILL PERMIT THE APPLICANT TO DEVELOP LOW DENSITY.

MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL UNITS IN AN AREA ADJACENT TO SINGLE FAMILY HOUSING TO THE SOUTH AND WEST.

THE MULTIFAMILY RESIDENTS LOW DENSITY DISTRICT WILL PROVIDE FOR ADDITIONAL RESIDENTIAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES TO BE DEVELOPED ON AN UNDER UTILIZED PROPERTY THAT IS LOCATED NEAR TO MAJOR ARTERIAL ROADWAYS, NORTH LAMAR BOULEVARD TO THE WEST AND BREAKER LANE TO THE NORTH AND HIGHWAY TO THE WEST NORTHBOUND OR SOUTHBOUND.

I'M SORRY.

THE STAFF RECOMMENDS LRN UMP ZONING FOR TRACK TWO IS THE PROPERTY FRONT'S MIDDLE FISKVILLE ROAD, WHICH IS A LEVEL ONE LOCAL ROADWAY, NOT THE I 35 FRONTAGE ROAD.

THE STAFF SUPPORTS ADDING THE IMMUNE MIXED USE COMBINING DISTRICT TO THE DISTINCT NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL BASED DISTRICT ZONING ON TRACK TWO TO PERMIT A MIXTURE OF RESIDENTIAL OFFICE AND COMMERCIAL AND CIVIC USES TO BE DEVELOPED ON THIS PROPERTY LOCATED NEAR THE IHI 35 FRONTAGE ROAD.

LRM USE ZONING ON TRACK.

TWO WILL PROVIDE FOR A TRANSITION IN THE INTENSITY OF PERMITTED USES FROM MIDDLE FISCAL ROAD TO THE NPS ZONING ON TRACT ONE FRONTING BROWNING LANE TO THE ESTABLISHED NEIGHBORHOOD, TO THE WEST.

AND I'M HERE TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

AND NOW WE'LL MOVE TO THE APPLICANT AND JUST, UH, TOOK OVER IT TIMEFRAMES, UH, JUST BECAUSE THEY ARE DIFFERENT THAN WHAT WE, UH, HAD.

UM, WE HAD A LINE, SO JUST REAL QUICK, UH, I'LL JUST REVIEW THESE QUICKLY.

AND THEN ANDREW, YOU CAN START WITH THE SPEAKERS.

UM, WE HAVE THE PRIMARY PROPONENT IS FIVE MINUTES, 10 MINUTES TOTAL WITH DONATIONS, AND THEN WE HAVE SPEAKERS FOR THE ITEM.

UH, WE HAVE THREE AT THREE MINUTES, 10 MINUTES MAX OR DONATIONS, AND THEN WE HAVE UNLIMITED NUMBER OF SPEAKERS AFTER THAT HAVE ONE MINUTE, FIVE MINUTES WITH DONATIONS.

AND IT'S THE SAME FOR THOSE SPEAKING IN OPPOSITION.

AND WITH THAT, UH, MR. RIVERA,

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PLEASE GO AHEAD.

GOT US TO OUR SPEAKERS.

THANK YOU, SIR.

SO WE'LL BEGIN BY HEARING FROM THE APPLICANTS MS. VICTORIA, HASI, YOU'LL HAVE FIVE MINUTES.

GOOD EVENING COMMISSIONERS VICTORIA.

HASI WITH ROVER DESIGN, UH, ON BEHALF OF THE LANDOWNERS OF THE SUBJECT TRACKS.

UH, SO THE SUBJECT TRACKS YOU SEE IN THE IMAGE IN FRONT OF YOU ARE IN BLUE AND, AND IN BLACK, AND ALSO IT'S, UH, THIS IMAGE SHOWS THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO THE IMAGINE AUSTIN COMPREHENSIVE ELEMENTS, AS WELL AS CAPITAL METRO TRANSPORTATION ELEMENTS.

THE SITE IS ABOUT A MILE FROM THE LAMAR AND RUNDBERG NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER SEEN AT THE LOWER LEFT-HAND CORNER IN YELLOW.

AND IT'S ABOUT A HALF MILE FROM BREAKER LANE AND A LITTLE MORE THAN A HALF MILE TO LAMAR, WHICH ARE BOTH IMAGINE AUSTIN ACTIVITY CORRIDORS SO THE SITE TOTAL IS 1.8 ACRES OF LAND.

AND THE REQUEST IS FOR MIXED USE PHLEGM DESIGNATION FOR BOTH TRACKS WHERE DO I POINT EVERYTHING? AND THE REASON WE REQUEST IS BROKEN DOWN BY TRACT.

WE'RE REQUESTING MFR FOR TRACT ONE, WHICH IS NEAREST THE SINGLE FAMILY LOTS, AND WE'RE REQUESTING CSM U FOR TRACK TWO, WHICH RUNS ALONG THE AND MIDDLE FISCAL ROAD CORRIDOR.

FIRST AND FOREMOST, OUR CLIENT IS MOSTLY INTERESTED IN BUILDING RESIDENTIAL DWELLING UNITS.

AT THIS SITE.

THERE MAY BE AN OPPORTUNITY FOR SOME COMMERCIAL USES, UM, WHICH IS WHY WE'VE ASKED FOR THE MIXED USE TO REQUEST SO THESE, THESE LOTS ARE PART OF THE NORTH MEETS SUBDIVISION, WHICH WAS ESTABLISHED IN THE LATE 1960S.

AND WHILE THE LAND IS VACANT TODAY, UH, THE LAND HAS RIGHTS TO BE DEVELOPED.

IN OTHER WORDS, THE CITY DOESN'T OWN IT.

AND AT SOME POINT THE LAND WILL BE ALLOWED TO BE DEVELOPED.

AND IN 1967, THERE WAS A STEED RESTRICTION, UH, OF THE SUBDIVISION THAT RESERVES LOTS FOR BLOCKS D AND G FOR COMMERCIAL USES, WHICH INCLUDES MULTIFAMILY DEVELOPMENT, WHICH MUST GO THROUGH THE COMMERCIAL SITE PLANNING PROCESS WITH THE CITY OF AUSTIN.

THIS IS LIKELY THE REASON THAT YOU DON'T SEE THE SUBJECT TRACKS ALONG BROWNIE LANE, HAVING DEVELOPED WITH SINGLE FAMILY AT THIS, UH, TO, TO THIS POINT TODAY FOR THERE, IT'S ALSO IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT THE DEED RESTRICTION ALSO DICTATES THAT EACH RESIDENTIAL LOT CAN ONLY HAVE ONE DETACHED DWELLING UNIT.

THEREFORE, THE SUBJECT TRACT MAY BE ONE OF THE FEW OPPORTUNITIES IN THIS AREA TO GAIN ADDITIONAL RESIDENTIAL DENSITY AND INFILL DEVELOPMENT.

THIS IS THE NORTH MEAD SECTION ONE SUBDIVISION, AND YOU CAN SEE BLOCKS DNG HIGHLIGHTED IN RED.

AND THOSE ARE THE BLOCKS THAT ARE RESERVED FOR COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT, MFR AND CSM.

YOU HAVE THE DENSITY ALLOWANCES OF LINDA LENDING TO A MAXIMUM OF 70 UNITS ACROSS THE ENTIRE LAND AREA TO BE REZONED.

AND WITH STAFF'S RECOMMENDATION OF LR AND MF TO THE POTENTIAL FOR DWELLING UNITS IS DECREASED BY HALF 70 UNITS ON OR ANY CORRIDOR IN THE CITY IS A MATER IS A MODERATE DEVELOPMENT.

CONSIDERING THAT TYPICAL APARTMENT DEVELOPMENTS THAT YOU SEE ALONG LAMAR BURNET CANAIGRE, PLACES LIKE THAT HAVE AT LEAST A HUNDRED UNITS OR MORE.

SO THE REQUESTS FOR DENSITY IS APPROPRIATE HERE, IN OUR OPINION, AND THE LOCATION WILL BRING MUCH NEEDED IMPROVEMENT, UH, TO ROADWAYS, SIDEWALKS, DRAINAGE INFRASTRUCTURE, AND THE, LIKE ALL THESE THINGS WILL BENEFIT THE COMMUNITY IN THE FUTURE.

THIS IS A MAP SHOWING SIMILARLY SITUATED PROPERTIES IN THE AREA THAT FRONT ALONG OR MS. MIDDLE FISKVILLE ROAD AND HAVE COMMERCIAL ZONING TODAY.

AND RON, WE'LL TALK MORE ABOUT THIS LATER, AND THIS IS A DIAGRAM OF HOW THE SITE IS IMPACTED BY COMPATIBILITY.

THE SF THREE TRIGGERING PROPERTIES ARE OUTLINED IN YELLOW AND WITH COMPATIBILITY APPLYING THE SITE WILL BE LIMITED TO ALMOST 50 TO 55 FEET AT THE MOST ALONG THE AND MIDDLE FISKVILLE, UH, FRONTAGE.

AND THESE ARE THE NEXT FEW SLIDES ARE SOME IMAGES OF THE PROPERTY.

AS I SAID, IT'S UNDEVELOPED TODAY.

AND THIS IS AN IMAGE LOOKING WEST TOWARDS BROWNIE ACROSS THE SITE.

UH, SOME OF THE COMMENTS WE HEARD OR CONCERNS FROM THE NEIGHBORHOOD WAS THAT THIS, THAT DEVELOPMENT HERE AT THE SITE WILL INCREASE FOOT TRAFFIC.

AND THEREFORE ALSO SAFETY CONCERNS FOR THIS AREA.

AND REALISTICALLY DEVELOPMENT WILL CREATE HUMAN PRESENCE THAT DOESN'T EXIST ON THIS LOT TODAY.

UH, THE LOT WILL NO LONGER BE AVAILABLE FOR DUMPING

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OF TRASH AND UNWANTED HOUSEHOLD ITEMS AND DEVELOPMENT WILL BRING MORE EYES TO THE STREET, MAKING THIS A SAFER AREA.

THIS IS THE INTERSECTION OF BROWNIE AND GRADY WITH THE SUBJECT TRACK TO THE RIGHT BEYOND THE INTERSECTION.

AND THIS IS A SIMILAR IMAGE SHOWING THE SAME INTERSECTION, BUT WITH THE FULL PROPERTY AND JUST TO FINISH UP REAL QUICK FEES.

LAST FEW SLIDES ARE JUST A FEW DESIGNS THAT WE SHOWED THE NEIGHBORHOOD.

KEEP IN MIND.

UM, AS I SAID, DEVELOPMENT ON THIS SITE CAN ACHIEVE MUCH MORE THAN 50 TO 55 FEET MAX.

SO PAY NO ATTENTION TO THE FLOORS THAT YOU SEE IN THESE, BUT, UM, THESE ARE JUST DESIGNS THAT THE LANDOWNER, UM, LIGHT I'M AVAILABLE.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.

THANK YOU, MS. HASI.

NOW WE'LL HEAR FROM MR. RON THURMAN STORE.

YOU'LL HAVE THREE MINUTES UM, IF YOU'LL GO BACK A FEW SLIDES, THAT'D BE HELPFUL.

THE ONE THAT SHOWS THE MAP WITH THE COLOR ON IT, THAT ONE, THANK YOU.

UH, COMMISSIONERS, RON THROWER, REPRESENTING THE LANDOWNER FOR THE PROPERTY, AS WELL AS MY COHORT, VICTORIA, FIRST OF ALL, I JUST WANT TO SHOUT OUT THAT IT'S BEEN GREAT, UH, TO BE VIRTUAL, BUT IT'S ALSO GREAT TO BE HERE NOW.

AND THAT GUY RIGHT THERE DESERVES A LOT OF CREDIT FOR KEEPING EVERYBODY ON TRACK.

NOT ONLY Y'ALL, BUT ON THE PUBLIC SIDE AS WELL.

SO I JUST WANT TO REITERATE A COUPLE OF THINGS THAT VICTORIA HAD SAID THAT WE HAVE, THERE ARE DEED RESTRICTIONS ON THE PROPERTY.

IT SAYS THAT THIS PROPERTY MUST BE COMMERCIAL.

SO WE HAVE OBSTACLE NUMBER ONE TO SOLVE WITH THE ZONING, UH, TO GET THAT OUT OF THE WAY, UH, PAGE 24 OF THE BACKUP OR THE ZONING, UH, BACKUP MATERIALS SHOW DOES SHOW SEVEN TO EIGHT LETTERS OF SUPPORT FOR THE PROPERTY OR FOR THE REZONING OF THE PROPERTY.

AND THAT WAS PUT OUT THERE IN THREE DIFFERENT LANGUAGES.

I THINK THAT'S VERY IMPORTANT.

MIDDLE FISCAL ROAD, AS YOU CAN SEE ON THIS MAP IS JUST, IT'S COVERED WITH CSS ZONING, EVERYTHING THAT'S BETWEEN MIDDLE FISKVILLE AND , THAT IS A THOUSAND FEET AND MORE NORTH OF THE PROPERTY IS ZONED.

SEE US EVERYTHING THAT'S ON THE WEST SIDE OF MIDDLE FISKVILLE ROAD.

80% OF THAT PROPERTY IS EITHER ZONED OR USED AS CS TODAY.

THAT'S WHY WE THINK THAT CS IS STILL APPROPRIATE FOR THIS PARTICULAR PROPERTY.

UM, I THINK IT'S ALSO JUST TO UNDERSTAND THAT REZONING THIS PROPERTY, DISPLACES, NOBODY, IT'S A VACANT TRACT OF LAND.

THE LAND IS WISHING TO GET 70 UNITS MAXIMUM ON THE PROPERTY.

THAT'S WHAT'S MATHEMATICALLY POSSIBLE.

I'M NOT SURE IF THAT'S QUITE WHAT'S PHYSICALLY POSSIBLE YET.

WE'VE NOT DONE ANY LAYOUTS FOR THAT, BUT THE STAFF RECOMMENDATION WOULD BE AT 35 UNITS WHEN IT WOULD PROBABLY BE LESS THAN THAT AS FAR AS WHAT'S PHYSICALLY POSSIBLE.

AND ALSO JUST WANT TO POINT OUT THAT SEVERAL THINGS HAVE HAPPENED SINCE THE NEIGHBORHOOD PLANS HAVE BEEN ADOPTED IN AUSTIN.

IMAGINE AUSTIN HAS COME ABOUT THE STRATEGIC MOBILITY PLAN HAS COME ABOUT AND THE STRATEGIC HOUSING BLUEPRINT HAS COME ABOUT.

WE ALL KNOW HOUSING IS NEEDED, NEEDED, NEEDED HERE IN AUSTIN.

WE HAVE A LANDOWNER ON A VACANT TRACK OF LAND ON ESSENTIALLY I 35 THAT WANTS TO BRING THE HOMES TO NORTH AUSTIN.

AND WITHOUT WE'RE AVAILABLE, IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, MICKEY, NOW WE'LL HEAR FROM MR. SALIM NEIMAN.

YOU'LL HAVE THREE MINUTES.

OKAY.

OKAY.

OKAY, CHAIR THEN, UM, CONCLUDES THOSE IN FAVOR WILL NOT MOVE TO THE OPPOSITION.

UH, WE'LL HEAR FROM MISS JADE.

LAVERA MR. LAVAR.

YOU'LL HAVE 10 MINUTES.

ARE YOU ABLE TO PUT THIS ON? OKAY.

HELLO.

I'M JADE, LAVERA NATIVE AUSTINITE COMMUNITY LEADER AND LIFELONG RESIDENT OF THIS NEIGHBORHOOD.

I'M HERE TO SPEAK IN OPPOSITION TO THIS PROPOSAL, ZONING AND PLANNING AMENDMENT CASE.

I HAVE PREPARED A SLIDESHOW PRESENTATION FOR REFERENCE WITH THIS PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT.

WE AS A NEIGHBORHOOD COMMUNITY ARE SUBJECTED TO DISPLACEMENT.

GENTRIFICATION CONTINUED SYSTEMATIC RACISM, FURTHER APPOSITION OF LOWER SOCIO ECONOMIC STATUS, NEGATIVE HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS AND ADVERSE EFFECTS ON THE OVERALL QUALITY OF LIFE FOR THE CURRENT RESIDENTS AND THE SHORT TIME OF WORKING ON THIS DEVASTATING PROPOSITION.

I HAVE EXPERIENCED A HUGE LEARNING CURVE LAST TIME WITH MY FAMILY KIDS AND WORK STAYED UP MANY NIGHTS UNTIL 3:00 AM TO RESEARCH AND EDIT, EDUCATE MYSELF, TO LEARN WHAT POWERS WE, AS THE PEOPLE HAVE TO BE HEARD AND OVERCOME THE INEQUITY OF NORMAL CITIZENS VERSUS HIGH DOLLAR EXPERIENCED DEVELOPERS AND OWNERS WHO DID THIS AS A LIVING.

IN ADDITION, I HAVE

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SPENT MANY HOURS TEACHING AND INFORMING OTHERS OF CITY PROCESSES AND CASE DETAILS IN THIS SEVERAL DISHEARTENING, ALARMING AND DISCOURAGING SYSTEMATIC CHALLENGES HAVE BEEN PRESENTED, INCLUDING CIVIC, BILLING, BULLYING, MISLEADING, AND INCOMPLETE INFORMATION PASSED TO RESIDENTS BY CITY STAFF, LACK OF TRUE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT, OUTDATED POLICIES IN PLACE, HINDERING COMMUNITY INPUT, SOCIOECONOMIC AND RESIDUALS THAT SYSTEMATIC RACISM, EXPLOITATION, AND PREYING ON A LOW INCOME, PRIMARILY PEOPLE OF COLOR BLUE COLLAR WORKING CLASS NEIGHBORHOOD.

IN ADDITION TO THE APPARENT COVID-19 CHALLENGES, ENVIRONMENT, TOOL, AND HEALTH CONCERNS INCLUDE A SHADOWING EFFECT, POSTS TO HOUSES DIRECTLY IN FRONT OF THE PROPERTY RESULTING IN POTENTIALLY RESULTING IN INCREASED ILLNESS, DEPRESSION, AND OVERALL PHYSICAL AND MENTAL WELLBEING TO RESIDENTS THAT HAVE RESIDED FOR 20 TO 30 YEARS IN THESE HOMES.

IN ADDITION, INCREASED HEAT LEVELS, THE CITY OF AUSTIN HAS SPECIFICALLY IDENTIFIED THE NORTH AUSTIN AREA AS A PROMINENT HEAT ISLAND IN AUSTIN, IN WHICH WE ARE ALREADY EXPERIENCED UP TO 15 DEGREES, HOTTER TEMPERATURES THAN OTHER AREAS IN THE CITY.

ACTUALLY A NEW STUDY BEGAN IN JULY OF THIS YEAR WITH THE AUSTIN OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS WITH A PRIME FOCUS IN NORTH AUSTIN.

WE'RE ONLY 3% OF THE LAND IS UNDEVELOPED.

HAVE YOU SEEN THIS HEAT MAP HERE? CIRCLED IS THE SPECIFIC LOCATION OF THIS DEVELOPMENT.

IT IS THE ONLY AREA THAT ONE OF THE ONLY AREAS THERE REMAINING WITH BLUE GREEN AND NOT RED YET, UM, THIS DEVELOPMENT WILL CONVERT THAT SMALL AREA TO RED ON THIS HEAT MAP.

WE ARE LOCATED IN THE LITTLE ONE OR CREEK WATERSHED.

UM, WE'RE LOCATED IN THE A HUNDRED YEAR FLOOD PLAIN, AND THIS WATERSHED HAS ALREADY BEEN IDENTIFIED AS THE LARGEST WATERSHED IN THE CITY AND THE WORST, UH, FLOODING PROBLEM IN THE CITY MIDDLE FISKVILLE AND GRADY ARE ALREADY USED AS A CUT THROUGH TO THOSE THAT KNOW ABOUT IT.

TRACK OF TRAFFIC IS CURRENTLY IN EXCESS AT ALL TIMES OF THE DAY WITH ADDITIONAL BACKUPS DURING RUSH HOURS.

THE LAST FATAL ACCIDENT ACTUALLY TOOK PLACE JUST LAST SUMMER, DIRECTLY IN FRONT OF THIS PROPERTY AT BROWNIE AND GRADY DRIVE.

UNFORTUNATELY, SPEEDING IS COMMON.

THERE ARE NO SIDEWALKS AND PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC IS DANGEROUS AS IS ADDING AN ADDITIONAL 70 PLUS UNITS PLUS HIGH LEVEL COMMERCIAL SPACE POSES, AN EXTREME THREAT TO PEDESTRIAN SAFETY, ESPECIALLY FOR CHILDREN IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD WHO DO HAVE TO WALK HOME.

THIS DEVELOPMENT POSES, A LACK OF AFFORDABILITY.

THE MEETING FAMILY INCOME IN THIS AREA IS UNDER $32,000 A YEAR.

IN DISCUSSIONS WITH THE OWNER.

HE CLAIMS TO WANT TO PLAN, TO PROVIDE A BENEFIT TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD.

HOWEVER, NUMB NONE HAVE BEEN PRESENTED.

HE HAS PRESENTED THE BENEFITS IN WHICH IT WOULD BRING TO HIS FAMILY, PROVIDING A RESIDENCE FOR HIS ADULT CHILDREN AND DOCTOR'S OFFICE FOR HIS DAUGHTER.

WHO'S CURRENTLY IN MEDICAL SCHOOL.

THESE ARE ALSO PLANNED TO BE CONDOS FOR SALE.

THE OWNER HAS, DOES NOT HAVE ANY INTEREST IN EVEN CONSIDERING AFFORDABLE HOUSING OPTIONS OR PARTICIPATING IN THE CITY PROGRAMS SUCH AS AFFORDABILITY UNLOCKED.

THE OWNER AND DEVELOPERS HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO PROVIDE US WITH A BALLPARK IDEA OF MARKET RATES FOR THEIR PROPOSED CONDOS.

SO WE'VE CONDUCTED A MARKET ANALYSIS WITH CONDOS IN THE AREA THAT ARE CURRENTLY ON THE MARKET.

WE FOUND THAT THE AVERAGE CONDO LISTING IS ABOUT $295,000.

WITH THIS DATA WE MODESTLY ESTIMATED THE PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT WOULD MARKET VALUE BETWEEN 285,000 TO 465,000 PURCHASE PRICE RESULTING IN A MONTHLY COST OF 15 82, 22 0 8.

THE CURRENT HOUSE OR CONDO VALUE IN THE AREA IS $166,800.

AND THE AVERAGE MONTHLY RENT IS $895.

CLEARLY THIS DEVELOPMENT IS NOT INTENDED TO SERVE THE CURRENT RESIDENT DEMOGRAPHICS, WHICH WILL RESULT IN RAPID DISPLACEMENT OF LONG-TERM RESIDENTS.

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GENTRIFICATION IS A PROCESS OF NEIGHBORHOOD CHANGE.

THAT INCLUDES ECONOMIC CHANGE IN HISTORICALLY DISINVESTED NEIGHBORHOOD BY MEANS OF REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT AND NEW HIGHER INCOME RESIDENTS MOVING IN AS WELL AS DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE, NOT ONLY IN TERMS OF INCOME LEVEL, BUT ALSO IN TERMS OF CHANGE IN THE EDUCATION LEVEL OR RACIAL MAKEUP OF THE RESIDENTS.

THE POPULATION OF THIS AREA IS MADE UP OF 86% PEOPLE OF COLOR, INCLUDING HISPANIC, BLACK, AND ASIAN RESIDENTS.

OUR CULTURE LIVES HERE.

OUR FAMILIES LIVE HERE.

OUR LEGACY LIVES HERE, THE CITY'S PROJECT CONNECT PLAN SPECIFICALLY IDENTIFIES OUR NEIGHBORHOOD TO BE AT VULNERABLE RISK TO DISPLACEMENT THE CITY AFTER RECOGNIZING THE DAMAGE DONE FROM GENTRIFICATION AND TRAGIC DISPLACEMENT OF LOW INCOME PEOPLE OF COLOR AND OTHER AREAS OF THE CITY, THE CITY OF AUSTIN HAS RECENTLY ADOPTED THE RIGHT TO STAY RIGHT TO RETURN RESOLUTION IN ALREADY GENTRIFIED AREAS AND APPROVED JUST THIS YEAR, $23 MILLION TO PREVENT FURTHER GENTRIFICATION.

LET'S DO THE RIGHT THING NOW, SO WE DON'T HAVE TO MAKE UP FOR IT LATER.

THE PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT IS INCOMPATIBLE WITH COEXISTING IN HARMONY WITH THE CURRENT ESTABLISHED NEIGHBORHOOD AND WOULD HAVE DIRECT UNDUE PHYSICAL AND FUNCTIONAL ADVERSE IMPACTS.

THIS IS INCOMPATIBLE PHYSICALLY, CULTURALLY AND ECONOMICALLY THERE IS AN APATHY FOR CURRENT RESIDENTS WHILE WE HAVE MET WITH THE OWNERS AND DEVELOPERS.

A COUPLE OF TIMES, THERE IS A CLEAR LACK OF CONCERN WITH WHAT THE CURRENT RESIDENTS WHO HAVE RESIDED IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD FOR 20, 30 PLUS YEARS NEEDS OR WANTS.

THEY'RE ONLY WILLING TO AGREE TO HAVE RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS IN PLACE FOR CERTAIN COMMERCIAL USES IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN THE CSE ZONING AND BE ABLE TO REACH MAX DENSITY FOR THE SMALL SPACE.

NOT ONE BENEFIT HAS BEEN PRESENTED.

THEY ARE NOT EVEN WILLING TO CONSENT TO A TRAFFIC STUDY, WHICH IS A VITAL CONCERN AS PER TYPICAL MONEY-MOTIVATED DEVELOPERS.

THEY WILL ONLY COMPLY WITH WHAT THE CITY FORCES AS A REQUIREMENT, A FEW ADDITIONAL THINGS.

UM, THE OWNER DOES OWN OTHER LANDS, UH, DIRECTLY NEXT TO THIS, UH, PROPERTY THAT ARE NOT IN CURRENT REVIEW OF THIS CASE, BUT INSINUATES AND LEADS TO BELIEVE THAT THERE ARE FURTHER INTENTIONS AND THIS DEVELOPMENT WILL BE MUCH LARGER THAN CURRENTLY BEING REVIEWED.

THERE IS A BRAND NEW FOR SALE SIGN ON THE PROPERTY.

INSINUATING THE REZONING MAY SIMPLY BE TO MAKE MASSIVE PROFIT ON THE SALE OF A ZONED PROPERTY WITH A HUGE FOCUS ON AFFORDABILITY IN AUSTIN.

THIS GOES AGAINST EVERYTHING THAT THE CITY CLAIMS THAT CARES ABOUT 2020 WAS A HUGE EYE-OPENER TO THE LEVEL OF SYSTEMATIC RACISM THAT IS STILL PREVALENT TODAY.

WHILE AUSTIN HAS PROGRAMS, PROJECTS, AND INITIATIVES TO UNRAVEL CONTINUED SEGREGATION, SPOT REZONING APPROVALS AS THIS ONE, POSE A THREAT, A GREAT THREAT TO UNDERMINE THE BIG PICTURE EFFORTS AT HAND, I AM SHOWING UP AND SPEAKING TO BE THE VOICE OF THE COLLECTIVE AND OUR NEIGHBORHOOD AND FOR THE GREATER GOOD OF AUSTIN, MANY RESIDENTS ARE NOT ABLE TO COMMUNICATE THEIR THOUGHTS AND FEELINGS DIRECTLY, WHETHER DUE TO LANGUAGE BARRIERS OR DUE TO THE COMMON FEAR OF SPEAKING UP AS A MINORITY, OUR VOICES DESERVE TO BE HEARD.

OUR VALUES DESERVE TO BE CONSIDERED OUR FAMILIES AND FUTURE CONCERN FOR OUR QUALITY OF LIFE DESERVES TO BE A PRIORITY FOCUS.

I KINDLY ASKED FOR EMPATHY AND UNDERSTANDING AS TO WHAT IS THE GREATEST AND HIGHEST GOOD FOR THE FUTURE OF OUR NEIGHBORHOOD AND THE QUALITY OF LIFE I COURAGEOUSLY ASKED FOR THIS APPLICATION TO AMEND THE NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN AND REZONING TO BE DENIED IN ITS ENTIRETY.

I THINK YOU EACH FOR YOUR SERVICE TO REPRESENT AND LEAD OUR CITY THROUGH YOUR DEDICATION AS A PLANNING COMMISSIONER.

UM, AND I WOULD LIKE TO JUST TOUCH ON THE 1960 DEED RESTRICTION, IF YOU CAN WRAP UP YOUR YES.

THANK YOU.

OKAY.

UM, DO WE HAVE, UM, MS. LISA GARNER PRESENT? OKAY.

WITH THE DONATION FROM MS. GARNER TO MS. LYNN GALBREATH MS. GILBERT YOU'LL HAVE FOUR MINUTES.

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THANK YOU.

I'M LYNN GALBREATH IT'S FOUR MINUTES, NOT FIVE.

WELL, I'M ALWAYS THE SECOND SPEAKER AGAINST, WELL, I'LL GET STARTED AND TRY TO TALK FAST.

UM, THANK YOU FOR LISTENING.

I DO NOT LIVE CLOSE TO THESE TRACKS, BUT I DO LIVE IN THE PLANNING AREA AND I WORKED A LOT ON THE NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN IN 2008 AND NINE AND 10, WHICH WAS REALLY ONLY 11 YEARS AGO.

AND EVERYTHING IN IT IS STILL HIGHLY RELEVANT TO THIS NEIGHBORHOOD.

AND ALSO CONSISTENT WITH SOME OF THE PREEXISTING PLANS, GLOBAL PLANS FOR THE CITY, AS WELL AS, UH, ONES THAT HAD BEEN WRITTEN AFTER 2.5 MILES FROM THESE TRACKS IN OUR PLANNING ERA IS A 1.4 ACRE LOT.

THAT'S BEEN ON THE MARKET THIS ENTIRE SUMMER.

IT'S ALREADY ZONED IN THE FUTURE LAND USE MAP FOR G MUV READY TO BUILD DIRECTLY ON A TRUE CORRIDOR.

AND FISKVILLE IS NOT A CORRIDOR.

I, I HEARD EQUATING WITH THE CORRIDOR.

IT'S A STREET IT'S STILL, UH, THIS LOT THAT WAS FOR SALES DIRECTLY ON OUR TWO CORRIDOR, 145 FEET OF RENDER FRONTAGE WITH SIDEWALKS, SURROUNDED BY FOOD STORES, GAS STATIONS, PUBLIC TRANSIT STOPS WALKING DISTANCE TO TWO PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS, TWO PARKS, A LARGE CHARTER SCHOOL, GROCERY AND DRUG STORES AND RESTAURANTS, THE NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN PRIORITIES AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A VARIETY OF HOUSING OPTIONS MEANS MULTIFAMILY BUILDS ARE ENCOURAGED ON EXACTLY THAT KIND OF TRACT AND THE MANY LIKE IT PROPERLY ZONED FOR THAT ALONG THE CORRIDORS CONSISTENT WITH IMAGINE AUSTIN, THE STRATEGIC HOUSING BLUEPRINT AND OTHER CITY HOUSING AND TRANSPORTATION POLICY, THIS APPLICANT, BUT CAN BUY THOSE KINDS OF PARCELS, START CONSTRUCTION AND MAKE THEIR TIDY PROFIT IN AN INAPPROPRIATE PLACE.

INSTEAD, INSTEAD HOPING FOR YOUR HEALTH.

THE APPLICANT WANTS TO PAY AN THREE PRICE FOR LAND RAKE AND THE PROFITS FOR MF FOUR AND CSM YOU AND HAVE THE DAILY LONG-TERM COST OF THOSE CHOICES CARRIED BY THE NEARBY RESIDENTS.

WE ARE QUITE DIFFERENT THAN CRESTVIEW, HYDE PARK, BRACA WOODS, ET CETERA.

WE'RE LOW INCOME WORKING CLASS, MAJORITY PEOPLE OF COLOR NEIGHBORHOOD WITH THE DECADES LONG, HUGE IMBALANCE OF MULTIFAMILY OVER SINGLE FAMILY AND SMALL COMPLEX, OVER 70% MULTI-FAMILY AND CLIMBING.

THIS HAS HELPED DESTABILIZE OUR NEIGHBORHOOD AS OUR NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN NOTES.

IF YOU GRANT THE APPLICANT, THE ZONING CHANGE TO BE ABLE TO GET MORE MULTIFAMILY IN AN SF THREE AND NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL SPOT, ANOTHER DEVELOPER WILL BUILD MULTIFAMILY ON THAT RENDER TRACT AND ACTUALLY, UM, OTHER APPROPRIATE TRACKS.

NOW ADDING NOT ONE, BUT AT LEAST TWO MORE TO THE IMBALANCE THAT ALREADY PLAGUES US.

THE EXCERPTS FROM OUR NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN, LAND USE GOAL LIMIT THE ENCROACHMENT OF INTENSE USERS INTO THE RESIDENTIAL PORTIONS OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD LIMIT THE CONSTRUCTION OF NEW LARGE MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL COMPLEXES THROUGHOUT THE PLANNING AREA.

WHEN COMPARED TO OTHER PLANNING AREAS, THIS ONE CONTAINS A DISPROPORTIONATE AMOUNT OF RENTAL UNITS AND LARGE APARTMENT COMPLEXES, FURTHER DEVELOPMENT OF SUCH COMPLEX.

IT SHOULD BE RESTRICTED THROUGHOUT THE NEIGHBORHOOD.

WE BELIEVE A MORE BALANCED MIX OF HOUSING OPTIONS AND HOME-OWNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES WILL STABILIZE THE AREA.

SO THE CHOICE REALLY IS DO YOU ASSIST OUR NEIGHBORHOOD TO SEEK STABILITY WITH A BALANCED VARIETY OF HOUSING OPTIONS? THE FLOM ALREADY OFFERS? OR DO YOU FACILITATE FURTHER DE-STABILIZING THIS PORTION OF NORTH AUSTIN FOR THE FUTURE FOREVER? THERE'S NO GOING BACK.

ONCE YOU SAY YES, DO YOU CHOOSE OR NOT TO CONTINUE THIS PRECEDENT THAT WILL THEN ENCOURAGE OTHER EAGER PROFITEERS TO BUY OUR SF LAND CHEAP? BECAUSE CITY OFFICIALS ALLOW UP ZONING TO GREATER PROFIT BY INAPPROPRIATE BUILDS.

AND I KEEP WONDERING IF ON TOP OF THE HISTORICAL AND CONTINUING EQUITY OF OUR LOWER INCOME NEIGHBORHOOD WITH MAJORITY PEOPLE OF COLOR PAYING THE PRICE FOR AUSTIN'S NEEDS AT A GREATER NUMBER OF AFFORDABILITY UNITS BUILT IN OUR NEIGHBORHOODS AS OPPOSED TO WESTLAKE, ET CETERA.

WE ARE NOW SEEING A NEW FORM OF INEQUITY LANDING ON THESE SAME FOLKS.

ONE IN WHICH THOSE HAVE LIVED HERE ALL ALONG.

IS THAT FOUR MINUTES? YES MA'AM IS I'M MS. NO PRESENT.

THANK YOU, MR. .

MR. B KLIGERMAN YOU'LL HAVE TWO MINUTES.

IS IT OKAY IF I REMOVE MY MASK? JUST SPEED.

MY VOICE DOESN'T CARRY VERY WELL.

UM,

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I'M AND I'VE LIVED IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD FOR 51 YEARS AND I'VE SEEN IT GROW FROM A SMALL DEVELOPING COMMUNITY TO WHAT IT IS TODAY.

AND IT'S OVERRUN WITH TRAFFIC.

THE TRAFFIC HAS BEEN UNBELIEVABLE AND WE'VE HAD MANY ACCIDENTS, MANY CARS SMASHED IN FRONT OF THE HOMES THAT DIDN'T HAVE A BIG ENOUGH DRIVEWAY AND FOR THEIR CARS FOR MORE THAN ONE CAR.

AND, UH, SOME HAVE MORE, SOME HAVE CREATED PARKING LOTS OUT OF THEIR FRONT YARDS BECAUSE THEY HAD NO CHOICE WHO'S THAT, OR HAVE YOUR CAR SMASHED.

UM, BUT WE'VE ALSO HAD FATAL ACCIDENTS.

WE'VE HAD, WE'VE HAD A WHOLE LIST OF, OF THINGS IN THE TRAFFIC, UH, AREA THAT WE ARE IN.

SO WE NEED TO, TO THINK ABOUT WHAT KIND OF TRAFFIC IS GOING TO BE COMING INTO THAT NEIGHBORHOOD.

THAT IS ONE OF MY MAJOR CONCERNS.

UM, WE, UH, WE WANT PEOPLE IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD WHO APPRECIATE THE QUALITY OF LIFE THAT THEY CAN HAVE THERE, BUT WE HAVE DISTINCT DIFFERENT DISTINCTLY DIFFERENT AREAS OF THAT NEIGHBORHOOD.

SOME EXTREMELY, UM, POOR, POORLY KEPT AND OTHERS BEAUTIFULLY MANICURED, UH, THE YARDS AND THE HOMES AND ALL.

AND WE DON'T NEED TO BRING IN PEOPLE WHO ARE ONLY GOING TO BE THERE A SHORT TIME AND NOT CARE WHAT HAPPENS TO THEIR PROPERTY OR THAT OF THE PEOPLE AROUND THEM.

SO THAT'S THE KIND OF PEOPLE WE WANT.

THAT'S THE KIND OF THING WE WANT IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD.

WE TALKED AT LENGTH IN MY THREAD, GET OUT, FINISH.

WE TALKED AT LENGTH ABOUT THE POSSIBILITIES FOR THE, UH, IMMU, UH, ZONING, AND MANY, MANY, MANY OF THOSE ARE NOT GOOD FOR THIS KIND OF A NEIGHBORHOOD.

AND, UM, WE, WE JUST HOPE THAT YOU'LL TAKE THOSE THINGS INTO CONSIDERATION BECAUSE IT'S BEEN A GRADY DRIVE HAS, AND MOST OF THE ADJOINING STREETS HAVE NICE PEOPLE, NICE HOMES.

SOME OF THOSE PEOPLE HAVE LIVED THERE FOR A LONG TIME, LIKE WE HAVE, BUT WE CARE ABOUT OUR NEIGHBORHOOD AND THAT'S WHAT WE WANT MORE OF IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD.

THANK YOU, MR. CLEAN, MAN, I WILL HEAR FROM THE APPLICANT FOR THREE MINUTE REBUTTAL.

VICTORIA HASI HERE.

UM, SO I'M JUST GOING TO TOUCH ON A FEW DIFFERENT THINGS.

THERE WAS, THERE WAS A LOT THAT CAME FORWARD AND THE INFORMATION JUST SHARED, BUT, UM, ONE OF THE THINGS I JUST WANT TO SAY IS, UM, UH, IT W IT TOOK A LONG TIME TO MEET WITH THE NEIGHBORHOOD.

WE HAD MANY ATTEMPTS TRYING TO FIND TIMES TO MEET, UM, EVER SINCE APRIL.

AND WE DID FINALLY COME TO A TIME AND PLACE FOR US TO MEET, BUT I WILL SAY THAT, UM, YOU KNOW, ALL, I'M NOT REALLY SURE WHAT TO THINK ABOUT, UH, BEING ACCUSED OF CIVIC BULLYING AND, AND ALL THE OTHER THINGS.

BUT, UM, I DO KNOW THAT WE HAVE WORKED TO GIVE THREE, UH, THREE POSTPONEMENTS ON THEIR REQUESTS AND ACTUALLY EVEN OFFERED A POSTPONEMENT OURSELVES.

SO THE CASE HAS BEEN POSTPONED FOUR TIMES, UM, TO, TO TRY TO TALK ABOUT USES THAT THEY'RE CONCERNED ABOUT, BUT TO MOVE BEYOND THAT, I, I'M JUST GOING TO SAY IF THESE LOTS COULD BE DEVELOPED WITH SF THREE RESIDENTIAL UNITS, I THINK WE COULD ALL AGREE AND UNDERSTAND THAT THOSE INDIVIDUAL UNITS WOULD PROBABLY COST NOT PROBABLY WILL COST MORE THAN, UH, AN APARTMENT UNIT THAT IS GOING TO BE SOLD IN THIS DEVELOPMENT.

THIS DEVELOPMENT IS A SMALL MULTI-FAMILY DEVELOPMENT.

IT'S NOT A 100, 100 5200, 250 UNIT DEVELOPMENT.

IT'S A SMALL DEVELOPMENT.

AND WHILE IT DOES HAVE AN ADDRESS OFF OF MIDDLE FISKVILLE ROAD, THE ONLY THING THAT SEPARATES THE TRACK TWO FROM IS A VERY SMALL SLIVER OF WHAT I WOULD CALL A DRAINAGE DITCH.

SO I DO THINK THAT THIS, THIS DEVELOPMENT HERE AT 70 UNITS IS APPROPRIATE HERE.

UM, DEVELOPMENT BRINGS INFRASTRUCTURE OF ALL KINDS DEVELOPMENT, BRING STREET IMPACT FEES, ALL THE THINGS THAT THE NEIGHBORHOOD SAYS THEY'RE HAVING ISSUES WITH RIGHT NOW, DRAINAGE TOO MUCH TRAFFIC.

IT'S NOT

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SAFE.

THERE'S NO SIDEWALKS DEVELOPMENT BRINGS MONEY AND FUNDS FOR THAT.

THE CITY OF AUSTIN DOESN'T HAVE LOADS OF MONEY SET ASIDE TO DO ALL OF THESE THINGS ACROSS OUR ENTIRE CITY.

SO THEY RELY ON DEVELOPMENT TO BRING THAT MONEY IN, TO MAKE THOSE THINGS HAPPEN.

SO I URGE YOU TO CONSIDER THAT FOR THIS CASE.

THE OTHER THING I WANT TO BRING UP IS THAT, YOU KNOW, THE LANDOWNER HAS AGREED TO PROHIBIT, UH, A LOT OF USES THAT ARE CURRENTLY ALLOWED UNDER THE EXISTING ZONING TODAY.

SO USES THAT THEY HAVE THE ABILITY TO DO J THEY'RE.

THEY'RE WILLING TO PROHIBIT THOSE BECAUSE THE NEIGHBORHOOD HAS SAID THAT THEY DON'T WANT THEM, BUT THERE ARE SOME CSU SAYS THAT THEY WOULD LIKE THE ABILITY TO RETAIN, BECAUSE THEY DON'T KNOW WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN FAR OFF IN THE FUTURE.

YES.

UH, MR. , UH, DAUGHTER IS, YOU KNOW, HOPEFULLY GOING TO OPEN UP A SMALL MEDICAL PRACTICE IN THIS BUILDING POTENTIALLY, BUT IF FOR SOME REASON THAT DOESN'T HAPPEN, HE NEEDS TO BE ABLE TO NOT LOSE ON THIS PROPERTY AND BE ABLE TO HAVE OTHER USES HERE THAT COULD SERVE THE NEIGHBORHOOD.

AND WE ARE INTERESTED IN HEARING WHAT USES THE NEIGHBORHOOD DOES WANT.

UM, AND WE'VE ASKED THEM FOR THAT INFORMATION.

I'LL LEAVE IT AT THAT.

I'M HERE.

IF YOU HAVE MORE QUESTIONS.

THANK YOU.

THANK YOU, MS. HANSEY CHAIR COMMISSIONER.

THE LIGHT IS ON ANDRA.

THAT CONCLUDES THE SPEAKER TESTIMONY FOR THIS ITEM.

ALRIGHT.

CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW? LET'S GO AHEAD AND DO I HAVE A MOTION TO CLOSE PUBLIC HEARING? UH, BIZARRE CIGNA BY MR. COX SAW COUNT THE VOTES ON THE DATA'S FIRST.

UM, OKAY.

THAT'S SEVEN AND ONLINE THAT'S 1, 2, 3 COMMITTED THREE ON HIS PALITO.

DO YOU WANT TO, OKAY.

SORRY.

THAT'S A 7 10, 11.

OKAY.

THANK YOU.

THAT'S 11 ZERO.

UM, COMMISSIONERS WITH QUESTIONS HE WANTS TO BEGIN.

LOOK HERE, MAN.

IT'S KIND OF, THIS IS GOING TO BE THE HARD PART.

ANYBODY HAVE QUESTIONS? OKAY.

COMMISSIONER CONLEY.

I'VE GO AHEAD, MR. CONLEY, IF YOU CAN PRESS YOUR MICROPHONE NIKON, SORRY.

I DON'T KNOW HOW TO USE THIS STUFF.

UH, SO MY QUESTIONS FOR THE APPLICANT ARE AROUND, UH, THE AFFORDABILITY PIECE.

UM, AND THE INFORMATION THAT WE RECEIVED HERE FROM SOME FOLKS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD SAYING THAT THERE WAS NO INTEREST IN AFFORDABILITY OR IN USING AFFORDABILITY UNLOCKED OR ANY OF THE CITY'S OTHER AFFORDABILITY OR BONUS PROGRAMS. UM, HOW, HOW WAS THAT CONVERSATION FROM YOUR PERSPECTIVE? SO, UM, I WILL START OUT BY SAYING THAT INITIALLY WHEN WE BROUGHT THIS PROJECT FORWARD AND WE TALKED TO THE COMMUNITY, SOME OF THE FIRST THINGS WE HEARD FROM THE COMMUNITY WAS THERE CONCERNS THAT IT WOULD BE AN AFFORDABLE PROJECT AND THEY HAD CONCERNS THAT THAT WOULD BRING DOWN THE VALUE, UM, THAT THAT WOULD BRING IN, UM, USES OR PEOPLE THAT, THAT MAYBE WOULD NOT, THEY WOULD NOT LIKE TO SEE THERE.

UM, BUT THEN AS WE, AS WE CONTINUE TO TALK ABOUT AFFORDABILITY AND EXPLAINING IT, YOU KNOW, THE LANDOWNER HERE, HE'S, HE'S NOT A BIG DEVELOPER HERE IN AUSTIN.

UH, HE DOESN'T, HE'S NOT FAMILIAR WITH THE LOW-INCOME HOUSING TAX CREDIT PROCESS.

UM, YOU KNOW, AFFORDABILITY PROJECTS USES THOSE RELIES HEAVILY ON THAT, THAT PROCESS TOO, TO GET THE FUNDING FOR THESE DEVELOPMENTS.

SO HE'S NOT INTERESTED IN DOING THAT BECAUSE THAT'S, HE HAS NO CLUE HE HAS.

HE'S NEVER DONE THAT BEFORE.

AND I DON'T THINK HE'S INTERESTED IN VENTURING DOWN THAT PATH.

UM, HE IS HOWEVER, HE IS HOWEVER WILLING TO LOOK AT HOW MANY UNITS HE CAN PUT FORTH TOWARDS BEING AFFORDABLE, WHETHER THAT'S FIVE OR 10% OF THOSE UNITS AND THE LEVEL OF AFFORDABILITY WE DON'T KNOW AT THIS POINT IN TIME.

UM, LIKE I SAID, IT'S, IT'S A SMALLER DEVELOPMENT OF 70 UNITS AND, UM, HE'S, HE'S NOT ABLE TO, TO IDENTIFY AT THIS POINT IN TIME WHAT THAT WOULD LOOK LIKE, BUT HE IS INTERESTED IN LOOKING INTO THAT.

OKAY, THANK YOU.

AND, AND WOULD THERE BE ANY INTEREST FROM THE DEVELOPER TOWARDS, UH, PREFERENCE POLICIES, UH, FAVORING PEOPLE WITH HISTORIC TIES TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD TO HAVE ACCESS TO UNITS OR SOMETHING OF THAT SORT HAS THAT BEEN DISCUSSED? SO I KNOW THAT THEY'RE, IT, IT HASN'T BEEN DISCUSSED WITH THIS PARTICULAR PROJECT, BUT WE HAVE HAD SOME DISCUSSION ON THIS MATTER ON OTHER PROJECTS, UH, KIND OF THE RIGHT TO RETURN, UH, SORT OF POLICY AND TO THE DEGREE THAT WE CAN DO THAT.

AND, UM, YOU KNOW, THIS LEGALLY POSSIBLE, I KNOW HE WOULD NOT BE OPPOSED TO THAT IN ANY WAY.

OKAY.

THANK YOU.

DO I STILL HAVE A LITTLE BIT OF TIME? UM, I WANTED TO ASK A QUESTION FOR, UH, THE NEIGHBORHOOD.

UH, IT'S A SIMPLE QUESTION.

IT'S IF, IF THERE WAS A ALLOCATION OF AFFORDABLE UNITS, UH, IT WAS PRESENTED IN THE PRESENTATION THAT ONE OF THE ISSUES IS THE LACK OF AFFORDABILITY.

UM, WOULD AFFORDABILITY MAKE THIS PROJECT, UM,

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MORE DESIRABLE TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD? AND IF THE D IF THE APPLICANT WERE WILLING TO CREATE AFFORDABLE UNITS, WOULD THAT, UH, WOULD THAT BE SUFFICIENT TO BRING ON SOME NEIGHBORHOOD SUPPORT OR CHANGE NEIGHBORHOOD FEELINGS ABOUT THE PROJECT? UM, POTENTIALLY HOWEVER, I STILL FEEL THAT AS A CONSENSUS, THE SIZE OF THE PROPERTY, ALTHOUGH IT CONTINUES TO BE, UM, REFERRED TO AS NOT A LARGE PROPERTY, 70 UNITS ON LESS THAN TWO ACRES OF LAND IN A SINGLE FAMILY COMMUNITY IS A LARGE PROPERTY.

UM, SO POTENTIALLY DEPENDING ON WHAT THAT LOOKS LIKE, UM, I WOULD SAY WITH WHAT WAS JUST PRESENTED HERE WITH FIVE TO 10% ON A 70 UNIT, THAT'S REALLY NOT GOING TO TRULY BE AN AFFORDABLE, UM, PROPERTY THAT WOULD POSE AN IMPACT LARGE ENOUGH TO ALLOW CURRENT RESIDENTS TO IT'S JUST BE HYPOTHETICAL AND SAY THAT WE HAD A COMPLETELY AFFORDABLE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT.

LET'S SAY EVEN A TAX CREDIT DEVELOPMENT ON THIS SITE, WOULD THE NEIGHBORHOOD APPROVE OF SUCH A DEVELOPMENT? I THINK THAT FURTHER DETAILS AND REVIEW WOULD BE NECESSARY IN, IS THAT A YES OR A NO, I WOULD SAY NO.

OKAY.

ALL RIGHT.

THANK YOU.

THAT WAS MY QUESTION.

THANK YOU.

LOOKING AROUND.

ALRIGHT.

UH, MR. CUPS, I GUESS MY FIRST QUESTION IS TO THE APPLICANT, UM, MS. HASI, UH, I NOTED IN THE, THE NEIGHBORHOOD GROUPS LETTER, UM, THE ISSUES OR THE CONCERNS ABOUT RENTAL PROPERTIES AND HOW THERE APPARENTLY SEEMS TO BE AN IMBALANCE IN THEIR VIEW, UM, IN THE COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS THAT I WAS READING IN THE BACKUP, IT SOUNDED LIKE IT WAS GOING TO BE CONDOS, BUT THEN IT TURNED TO APARTMENTS.

CAN YOU HELP EXPLAIN WHAT RESIDENTIAL UNITS WE'RE TALKING ABOUT? SO, SO THE PROJECT WILL BE DEVELOPED IN WHAT YOU WOULD CALL A MULTIFAMILY STYLE D BUILDING, RIGHT WITH MULTIPLE FLOORS AND EVERY FLOOR HAS A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF UNITS.

SO IN THAT SENSE, IT LOOKS AND WILL FUNCTION LIKE MULTIFAMILY.

HOWEVER, THE PLAN IS THAT EACH UNIT WILL BE SOLD TO AN INDIVIDUAL.

IT WON'T BE ONE OWNER THAT RENTS OUT ALL THE UNITS.

SO THE UNITS WILL BE FOR SALE.

THEY WILL BE FOR OWNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AND NOT.

SO THERE'LL BE CONDOS.

CORRECT.

OKAY.

UM, ARE YOU OPPOSED TO THE STAFF RECOMMENDATION AND IF SO, WHAT, WHAT WOULD YOU NOT BE ABLE TO DO WITH THE STAFF RECOMMENDATION THAT YOU CAN DO WITH YOUR REQUEST? SO WE ARE OPPOSED TO THE STAFF RECOMMENDATION PRIMARILY BECAUSE WE WOULD LIKE TO HAVE THE DENSITY FOR THE DWELLING UNITS AT THIS SITE.

AND THE STAFF RECOMMENDATION IS GOING TO CUT THE DENSITY OF LIKE THE NUMBERS, THE NUMBERS CALCULATE OUT TO 70 UNITS ACROSS THE ENTIRE ACREAGE.

UM, BUT AS RON SAID, REALISTICALLY, ONCE YOU PUT IN DETENTION, WATER QUALITY, YOU KNOW, PARKING DRIVES ALL OF THOSE KINDS OF THINGS, REALISTICALLY, AND THEN ALSO CONSIDERING COMPATIBILITY HEIGHT LIMITATIONS, PROBABLY NOT GOING TO GET TO 70 UNITS.

UM, BUT I THINK WE COULD CERTAINLY GET TO MORE THAN HALF OR MORE THAN HALF OF SEVEN UNITS, WHICH IS WHAT STAFF IS PROPOSING THE PROBLEM WITH STAFF'S RECOMMENDATION.

UM, MORE SPECIFICALLY IS THAT THE SITE DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS THAT COME ALONG WITH MF TWO AND LR, UM, ARE, ARE ANOTHER, UH, POSE ANOTHER ISSUE TO GETTING THE DEVELOPMENT FORWARD HERE.

UM, HEIGHT, IS IT SETBACKS, SETBACKS, AND PREVIOUS COVER BUILDING COVER.

OKAY.

UM, AND THEN THERE'S A LOT OF CONCERN ABOUT TRAFFIC.

I, I DIDN'T REALIZE THAT WE HAD A FATALITY HERE RECENTLY AT THIS INTERSECTION.

UM, IS THERE ANYTHING, ANY RESPONSE TO THAT AS FAR AS WHAT YOU ANTICIPATE THE SITE PLANNING PROCESS TO BE IN RESPONSE TO THE SAFETY CONCERNS RELATED TO TRAFFIC? SO TRAFFIC WILL BE LOOKED AT, UM, AT THE TIME OF SITE, UH, WHEN, WHEN WE DO HAVE MORE CONCRETE INFORMATION ABOUT THE INTENSITY OF USES, INCLUDING HOW MANY UNITS, UM, AND AT THAT TIME, UH, ATD WE'LL REVIEW AND WE'LL DETERMINE IF THEY FEEL LIKE THE SITE, UH, NEEDS, UH, A TIA OR AN NTA.

UH, I DON'T THINK THAT THIS SEVEN UNITS IS, IS A SMALL MULTI-FAMILY STYLE DEVELOPMENT.

I DON'T BELIEVE THAT THAT TRIGGERS THE 2000 TRIP LIMIT THAT DOES, UH, THEN BRING FORWARD FOR A TIA.

HOWEVER, I'M IN THE STAFF REPORT, YOU WILL NOTICE THAT IT DOES SAY THAT IT'S POSSIBLE THAT THERE COULD BE AN NTA REQUIRED, UH, NEIGHBORHOOD TRAFFIC ANALYSIS, UM, WHICH WOULD BE A SMALLER VERSION OF A

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TIA.

AND WITH, WITH ANY OF THIS DURING THE SITE PLANNING PROCESS, UM, IT'S, WE'RE GOING TO ATD IS GOING TO COME FORWARD AND SAY, WELL, HERE'S, HERE'S YOUR IMPACT WITH THIS NEW DEVELOPMENT.

NOW, THESE ARE THE THINGS THAT YOU NEED TO DO, AND IT MAY NOT COME FORWARD FROM A TIA, BUT, UM, YOU KNOW, STREET IMPACT FEES ARE COMING.

SO I, I UNDERSTAND THAT I WAS, I WAS JUST KIND OF TRYING TO LOOK FOR SOMETHING ABOVE AND BEYOND JUST STRICTLY THE KIND OF THE LETTER OF THE RULE IN TERMS OF TIA IS WHEN THAT'S REQUIRED.

THEN MY LAST QUESTION BEFORE I RUN OUT OF TIME IS A LOT OF THE POSTPONEMENT REQUESTS SEEM TO INDICATE THAT Y'ALL NEEDED MORE TIME TO WORK OUT AS CEO WITH THE NEIGHBORHOOD IS THE CEO.

UH, I HAVEN'T ACTUALLY SEEN ANY SORT OF LANGUAGE EXCEPT FOR THE LIST OF PROHIBITED USES.

MOST OF WHICH Y'ALL SEEM TO AGREE ON SOME OF THEM.

YOU DON'T SEEM TO GROUND THE NEIGHBORHOOD.

WAS THAT THE EXTENT OF THE CCO UNDER DISCUSSION OR WAS ANY OTHER COMPONENTS OF THE CEO THAT, THAT WAS THE EXTENT OF THE CEO WAS THE USES? UM, WE WERE HEARING FROM THE NEIGHBORHOOD THAT THEY JUST, THEY HAD A LOT OF CONCERNS ABOUT THE MORE INTENSE COMMERCIAL USES AT THIS LOCATION.

AND SO WE FOCUS THE CEO ON THE USES.

OKAY.

THANK YOU.

THANK YOU.

UM, I'M LOOKING AT MY, UH, PLANNING COMMISSIONERS THAT ARE, UH, VIRTUAL.

ANY OF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS BEFORE.

OKAY.

COMMISSIONER MR. TELLER.

I THOUGHT I SAW YOUR HAND UP EARLIER.

GO AHEAD.

THANK YOU.

I'M WONDERING IF WE CAN PULL UP, UM, ONE OF THE MAPS THAT WAS SHOWING THE STREETS AND THAT KIND OF THING.

IT WAS TRYING TO LOOK AT THAT ON, ON SOME OF THE EARTH STUFF.

SO IT LOOKS LIKE THE STREET WHERE IT'S GOING TO THERE, UM, IS KIND OF A SMALL SIDE STREET THAT MAYBE SOME KIND OF EXIT FROM THE NEIGHBORHOOD OR CUT THROUGH OR THAT KIND OF THING.

AND I THINK COMMISSIONER COX TOUCHED ON THAT AS TO WHETHER OR NOT WE WERE GOING TO GET A TRAFFIC IMPACT ANALYSIS THERE.

UM, CAUSE THAT DID KIND OF LOOK LIKE A CONCERNING INTERSECTION TO ME, EVEN, EVEN WITHOUT THE RESIDENT COMMENTARY, JUST LOOKING AT HOW THAT NEIGHBORHOOD BACKS UP AND WHAT THEY HAD FOR STREETS.

SO I DON'T KNOW IF WE HAVE THAT SHOT AGAIN THAT SHOWS THE STREETS AND WHERE THE TRACKS ARE.

UM, AND I GUESS I'D LIKE TO UNDERSTAND FROM YEAH.

UH, THE MAP IS NOT THE, UM, YEAH, SO SOMEWHERE IN THERE WHERE WE CAN SEE WHERE THE M LOOKS A LITTLE DIFFERENT.

SO YOU'VE GOT A STREET COMING OFF THE SIDE HERE, GRADY AND THEN GOING ON TO MIDDLE FISKVILLE, WHICH IS RUNNING PARALLEL TO 35, BUT THAT LOOKS TO BE LIKE AN INGREDIENT OR PROBABLY AN EGRESS.

AND I'M GUESSING THAT'S A ONE DIRECTION DOWN I, 35.

I DON'T KNOW IF THAT'S TWO WAY OR ONE WAY, BUT EITHER WAY, THAT'S KIND OF SMALL TRAFFIC THERE.

SO I, I, I'M LOOKING AT THAT AND SEEING SOME TRAFFIC CONCERNS AND I JUST WONDERING FROM CITY STAFF, CAN ANYBODY LET US KNOW, UH, IF THERE'S GOING TO BE A TRAFFIC IMPACT ANALYSIS THAT WOULD AFFECT THIS COMMISSIONER MUCH TALLER THAT WOULD BE ADDRESSED AT THE TIME OF SITE PLAN, YOU ARE CORRECT.

MIDDLE FISCAL ROAD IS A LEVEL ONE, WHICH IS JUST A LOCAL STREET.

SO THAT WAS THE STAFF'S CONCERN THAT IT IS NOT THE FRONTAGE OF .

SO, OKAY.

AND THEN OBVIOUSLY, UM, AND I I'M FINDING THAT SOMETIMES IS THIS WAS NEW KNOWLEDGE TO ME TOO, AS I CAME ON PLANNING COMMISSION THAT ANY TIME WE'RE HAVING ZONING GO AGAINST, WE'VE GOT THESE COMPATIBILITY REQUIREMENTS THAT THEN, UM, CAUSE FOR SETBACKS THAT ARE GOING TO BE REQUIRED BY THE DEVELOPER.

SO I WAS WONDERING IN THOSE AREAS WHERE WE'RE GOING TO HAVE SETBACKS, AS IT GOES TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD, WHAT ACTUALLY BECOMES OF THAT LAND, DOES THAT BECOME GREEN SPACE? IS THAT PARKING? CAUSE I KNOW YOU'VE GOT THE HIGH COMPATIBILITY THINGS AND ALL THAT THAT ARE GOING TO LIMIT HOW IT, HOW THE DEVELOPMENT ACTUALLY CAN HAPPEN AND HOW FAR AWAY, BUT WHAT HAPPENS IN THAT, IN BETWEEN SPACE? ARE THERE ANY REQUIREMENTS ON THAT OR IS THAT JUST BECOME PARKING? I'M JUST, AGAIN, I'M LOOKING FOR OPPORTUNITIES TO ADDRESS SOME OF THE CONCERNS, UM, THAT WE'RE HEARING FROM THE NEIGHBORHOOD THAT MAY ACTUALLY WORK ITSELF OUT.

YUP.

THE COMPATIBILITY STANDARDS, THE COMPATIBILITY SETBACKS, OR THE BUILDING SETBACKS FROM THE SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL.

SO I DON'T KNOW WHAT THE DESIGN OF THE PROPERTY WOULD BE AT THE TIME OF SITE PLAN, HOW THEY WOULD DESIGN TO UTILIZE THOSE AREAS ON THEIR PROPERTY.

UM, BUT THEY WOULD JUST BE BUILDING SETBACKS FROM THE SINGLE FAMILY.

SO DO WE HAVE ANY REQUIREMENTS LIKE ON, I MEAN IT DOES LIKE IMPERVIOUS COVER END UP SAYING WE'VE GOT TO HAVE GREEN SPACE THERE OR THOUGH IT DOESN'T, I GUESS WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR IS WHAT IS

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THE, WHAT WOULD BE THE MAXIMUM ON THAT TWO ACRE OR SLIGHTLY LESS THAN TWO ACRE THAT THEY CAN, THAT BECOMES POTENTIAL CONCRETE PARKING LOT, THAT KIND OF THING.

I REALIZED THE HEIGHTS GOING TO LIMIT THEM, BUT YOU COULD JUST PAVE OVER IT AND HAVE CONCRETE VERSUS WOOD.

YOU HAVE GREEN SPACE PARK SPACE.

WELL, THEY DO HAVE OPEN SPACE REQUIREMENTS THAT ARE REQUIRED BY MULTIFAMILY DEVELOPMENT.

UM, THEY OBVIOUSLY HAVE PARKLAND DEDICATION REQUIREMENTS THAT THEY HAVE TO MEET.

UM, AS FAR AS, YOU KNOW, WHAT COULD BE WITHIN THOSE SETBACKS, I CAN'T STATE