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[CALL TO ORDER]

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>>> GOOD AFTERNOON, I'LL GO AHEAD AND CALL THIS MEETING OF

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THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION TO ORDER WE GENERALLY START WITH A PRAYER. DEAR FATHER, WE'RE THANKFUL FOR ALL OF YOUR BLESSINGS. WE'RE THANKFUL FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE ON THIS BOARD AND JUST TO GIVE BACK TO THE WONDERFUL CITY OF ABILENE THAT WE LIVE IN.

THIS AFTERNOON WE NEED YOUR WISDOM AND GUIDANCE AS WE MAKE SOME DECISIONS THAT WILL EFFECT EVERYONE IN OUR COMMUNITY.

WE PRAY ULTIMATELY, FATHER, THAT YOU ARE PLEASED WITH THE DECISIONS AND THEY GIVE YOU ALL THE GLORY.

FORGIVE US OF OUR SINS AND OUR SHORTCOMINGS.

WE LOVE YOU IN JESUS NAME, AMEN. THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION IS THE FINAL AUTHORITY FOR THE APPROVAL OF PLATS. HOWEVER IT ACTS ONLY AS A RECOMMENDING BOARD TO THE CITY COUNCIL ON MATTERS OF ZONING.

THE DECISIONS OF THIS BOARD MAY BE APPEALED TO THE CITY COUNCIL THROUGH THE OFFICE OF THE CITY SECRETARY NO LATER THAN TEN DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THIS MEETING AND ALL APPEALS MUST BE MADE IN WRITING. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO SPEAK ON ANY ITEM UNDER DISCUSSION BY THE PLANNING COMMISSION.

AFTER RECEIVING RECOGNITION BY THE CHAIR THOSE WHO WISH TO BE HEARD SHOULD APPROACH THE PODIUM, STATE YOUR NAME AND PURPOSE FOR APPEARING. EACH SPEAKER IS TO LIMIT THEIR PRESENTATION TO NO MORE THAN FIVE MINUTES.

HOWEVER ADDITIONAL TIME MAY BE GRANTED AT THE DISCRETION OF THE

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CHAIR. THE FIRST ITEM ON THE AGENDA IS THE APPROVAL OF MINUTES FROM OUR FEBRUARY 4TH MEETING.

HAVE ALL OF THE COMMISSIONERS HAD A CHANCE TO READ THOSE MINUTES. ANY CORRECTIONS, ADDITIONS NEED TO BE MADE OR I'LL ENTERTAIN A MOTION FOR APPROVAL.

>> MOTION. >> SECOND.

>> WE HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE AND A SECOND, ALL IN FAVOR SAY

AYE. >> AYE.

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>> THANK YOU. WE ARE READY FOR PLATS.

>> ZACK RAINBOW PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES.

THERE ARE TWO PLATS FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION TODAY.

THEY HAVE MET ALL OF THE SUBDIVISION REQUIREMENTS THEREFORE STAFF IS RECOMMENDING APPROVAL.

THESE ARE PRELIMINARY PLATS SO THEY ARE JUST STRAIGHT APPROVAL NO CONDITIONS. THE FIRST ONE IS PP0820 SOUTHERN MEADOWS ADDITION SECTION 5. THIS IS THE LAST ADDITION OF THE SOUTHERN MEADOWS RIO MESA JUST SOUTH OF THE NEW CREEK.

IT'S BEEN VACANT FOR SOME TIME BUT IT'S PRIMARY PLATTED PROBABLY 20 YEARS AGO SO THIS IS FINISHING OUT THE FINAL SECTION.

AND THIS IS PP0920 HIGHLAND FARMS SECTION 2.

THEY'RE PRELIMINARILY PLATTING 89 RESIDENTIAL LOTS TO THE SOUTH OF EXISTING SECTION 1. THIS IS IN THE ETJ JUST OFF OF FM 89 AND BUFFALO GAP AS IT'S KNOWN.

STAFF IS RECOMMENDING APPROVAL. I'D BE HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY

QUESTIONS YOU HAVE. >> ANY QUESTIONS? THANK YOU, SIR. I'LL OPEN THE PUBLIC HEARING.

ANYONE CARING TO SPEAK TO THESE PLATS, PLEASE COME FORWARD.

SEEING NO ONE, I'LL CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING.

A DISCUSSION FROM THE COMMISSION OR I'LL ENTERTAIN A POSSIBLE

MOTION. >> MOVE TO APPROVE.

>> I HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE. DO I HAVE A SECOND?

>> SECOND. >> AND SECOND.

>> MR. BARNETT? RUSSELL.

>> YES. >> AND THE MOTION TO APPROVE

[4. TC-2020-04: Public hearing and possible vote to recommend approval or denial to City Council on a request from the City of Abilene to abandon public right-of-way within an SW wide segment of Cedar Street extending 300’ between the north line of right-of-way for North 5th Street and the south line of right-of-way for North 6th Street; and a request to abandon public right-of-way within a 20’ wide alley extending 300’ between the north line of right-of-way for North 5th Street and the south line of right-of-way for North 6th Street. midway and parallel between Cypress and Cedar Streets]

CARRIES. >> NEXT ITEM ON THE AGENDA IS TC2020-04. PUBLIC HEARING AND POSSIBLE VOTE TO RECOMMEND APPROVAL OR DENIAL TO THE CITY COUNCIL IN A REQUEST FROM THE CITY OF ABILENE TO ABANDON THE PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY WITH AN 80-FOOT WIDE SEGMENT OF CEDAR STREET EXTENDING 300 FEET BETWEEN NORTH LINE RIGHT OF WAY OF NORTH 5TH STREET AND THE SOUTH LINE OF RIGHT OF WAY FOR SOUTH 6TH STREET AND A REQUEST TO ABANDON PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY WITH A 20 FEET WIDE ALLEY EXTENDING 300 FEET BETWEEN NORTH LINE OF RIGHT OF WAY FOR NORTH 5TH STREET AND THE SOUTH LINE OF RIGHT OF WAY FOR SOUTH 6TH STREET MIDWAY AND PARALLEL BETWEEN CYPRESS AND CEDAR

STREETS. >> GOOD AFTERNOON, EVERYONE.

MY NAME IS NICK LOTS AND I SERVE AS A PLANNER HERE IN THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT STAFF. I'LL BE PRESENTING THIS CASE ON BEHALF OF THE CITY OF ABILENE. IT IS FOR A THOROUGHFARE ABANDONMENT, A 300-FOOT SECTION OF CEDAR STREET AND A 300-FOOT

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SECTION PLOTTED ALLEYS BETWEEN NORTH 5TH AND NORTH 6TH.

DURING THE FALL OF 2019 THE CITY OF ABILENE ENTERED INTO A MASTER DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT WITH ABILENE CONVENTION CENTER HOTEL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION AND GARFIELD PUBLIC PRIVATE LLC FOR THE DESIGN AND CONDUCTION OF A FULL SERVICE CONVENTION CENTER HOTEL IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN ABILENE.

THE PROPOSED SITE FOR THIS HOTEL WILL ENCOMPASS ALL OF BLOCK 72 AS WELL AS THE EASTERN PORTION OF BLOCK 73 OF THE ORIGINAL TOWN OF ABILENE. A PORTION OF CEDAR STREET WHICH RUNS THROUGH THESE BLOCK AS WELL AS THE ALLEY THAT RUNS BETWEEN THE BLOCK 72. THE CITY REQUESTS TO ABANDON THESE PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAYS. AS YOU CAN SEE FROM THIS AREA LOCATION MAP, THE ALLEY WAY IS THE SMALL SEGMENT IN BETWEEN THE PARCELS THERE AND THE CENTER. AND YOU CAN SEE CEDAR STREET HIGHLIGHTED AND STRIPED IN YELLOW.

PLANS FOR THE PROPOSED ABANDONMENT WERE SHARED WITH THE CITY OF ABILENE'S DEVELOPMENT AND REVIEW COMMITTEE WHO'S MEMBERS INCLUDE REPRESENTATIVES FROM LOCALLY FRANCHISED UTILITY SERVICES AS WELL AS THE CITY'S UTILITY DEPARTMENT.

THERE WERE NO OBJECTIONS FROM MEMBERS OF THE DRC HOWEVER THE PROPOSED RIGHT OF WAY ABANDONMENT WILL REQUIRE AN 80-FOOT STORMWATER EASEMENT AS THERE ARE SEVERAL STORMWATER INLETS ALONG THIS ROAD. THERE CURRENTLY EXISTS BOTH WATER AND SEWER LINES ALONG THE ALLEY OF BLOCK 72.

THE CITY INTENDS TO EITHER SEAL OFF OR REROUTE THESE LINES.

YOU CAN SEE FROM THE ZONING MAP THAT THE MAJORITY OF THE PARCELS AROUND HERE ARE CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT.

AND NORTH 6TH AND NORTH 5TH ARE COLLECTOR STREETS.

THE TWO PHOTOS TO THE LEFT ARE SOUTHERN VIEWS OF CEDAR STREET AND THE ALLEY THAT RUNS BETWEEN BLOCK 72.

AND THEN THERE'S AN AERIAL ON THE RIGHT.

DRC RECOMMENDS APPROVAL AND STAFF RECOMMENDS APPROVAL.

THIS IS A NOTIFICATION AREA MAP WITH A 200-FOOT BUFFER OF THE AREA. WE SENT OUT NOTIFICATIONS TO SURROUNDING PROPERTIES AND WE RECEIVED EIGHT IN FAVOR AND ZERO

IN OPPOSITION. >> HOW MANY OF THOSE WERE CITY

OWNED? >> EIGHT.

>> ALL OF THEM. >> GOOD QUESTION.

>> I'D BE HAPPY TO ANSWER QUESTIONS.

>> WHAT'S HE TRAFFIC PLANS WHEN YOU CLOSE THIS STREET?

>> I KNOW THAT THE CITY IS CURRENTLY WORKING ON THE TRAFFIC

PLANS, ISN'T THAT CORRECT, MIKE? >> CAN I SPEAK ABOUT ANOTHER TASK FORCE THAT I'M ON HERE? THE MAYOR'S DOWNTOWN TASK FORCE IS ADDRESSING THE STREET DIRECTIONS AND PARKING AND HOW TO REFLOW TRAFFIC IN DOWNTOWN. SO I THINK THEIR PLAN WOULD WORK AROUND WHAT WE DECIDE HERE TODAY.

>> DEPENDING ON WHAT THEY COME UP WITH.

>> THAT'S MY QUESTION IS WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WITH THE

TRAFFIC. >> SO YOU'D LIKE TO SEE IT THE

OTHER WAY AROUND? >> WELL YEAH.

IT'S A LEGITIMATE QUESTION I THINK.

IT'S A QUESTION WE ASK OF ANYONE ELSE CLOSING DOWN A THOROUGHFARE, ESPECIALLY THAT ONE.

>> OKAY. ANY OTHER QUESTIONS? LET ME OPEN TO PUBLIC HEARING. ANYONE WHO WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK TO THIS ITEM PLEASE COME FORWARD.

>> MICHAEL RICE, ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER.

SO AT THIS POINT IF YOU'LL NOTICE WE ARE LOOKING TO CLOSE CEDARS CREEK, THE FOOTPRINT, THE CONCEPT WE'RE LOOKING AT TODAY, THE ENTIRE BLOCK THAT'S BEING VACATED WITH THE VACATED ALLEY WILL BE THE FOOTPRINT FOR THE ACTUAL HOTEL.

THE VACATED BLOCK TO THE WEST WILL BE PARKING.

AS WE DO THIS, THE FRONT OF THE HOTEL WILL FACE TO THE EAST SO IT WILL ACTUALLY ENTER THERE ON CYPRESS CREEK.

SO AS PART OF THAT WE'RE PROBABLY LOOKING AT CHANGING THE CONFIGURATION OF CYPRESS CREEK FROM ONE WAY TO TWO WAY BETWEEN NORTH 5TH AND NORTH 6TH IN ORDER TO ACCOMPLISH FLOW THROUGH TRAFFIC THERE. WE'LL ALSO BE LOOKING AT MAKING CHANGES ON NORTH 5TH TO MAKE PART OF THAT TWO WAY AS WELL.

HOW FAR WEST WE HAVE NOT DETERMINED WHEN IT WILL GO.

CURRENTLY IT DOES TRANSITION TO TWO WAY JUST PAST CITY HALL.

BUT WE'RE LOOKING AT EITHER GOING TO HICKORY STREET OR POSSIBLY ALL THE WAY TO GRAPE STREET TO MAKE 5TH STREET TWO WAY TRAFFIC. THAT WAY WE'LL ALLOW THE TRAFFIC TO BE ABLE TO ENTER INTO AND DROP OFF TRAFFIC AT THE FRONT DOOR OF THE HOTEL AND THEN TRANSITION AROUND TO THE PARKING LOT WITHOUT HAVING TO GO ALL THE WAY AROUND THE WORLD TO GET THERE. SO THAT'S THE VISION THAT WE HAVE IN PLACE. WE ARE NEEDING TO VACATE BOTH OF

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THESE, BECAUSE THIS ALLEY LITERALLY DOES GO THROUGH THE HEART OF THE BUILDING SO IT'S GOT TO GO.

I WOULD ALSO ADD THAT WE ARE NOT LOOKING FOR ANY TYPE OF DRAINAGE EASEMENT ON CEDAR STREET OR THAT WILL BE ADDRESSED THROUGH THE PARTNERSHIP AND DESIGN THAT'S TAKING PLACE IN THAT ONE AREA.

I HAVE CONFIRMED THAT WITH THE STORMWATER GROUP.

THEY HAVE NO DESIRE TO KEEP THAT IN CEDAR.

SO IT WOULD BE JUST ONE CHANGE I WOULD MAKE TO THE REPORT THAT YOU RECEIVED. I'LL BE GLAD TO ANSWER ANY OTHER

QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE. >> ARE YOU CONSIDERING ALL THE WAY FROM CHANGES TO TWO WAY OUT HERE, 5TH ALL THE WAY TO --

>> AT LEAST TO HICKORY, POSSIBLY ALL THE WAY TO GRAPE.

JUST DEPENDING ON WHAT WE DO. YES, SIR.

THAT ONCE AGAIN IS JUST A FACILITATED TRAFFIC FLOW THAT MAKES SENSE FOR THE CONVENTION CENTER AND THE CONVENTION CENTER

HOTEL. >> AND CYPRESS TOO YOU SAID TWO

WAY. >> WE'RE NOT LOOKING TO GO ANY

FURTHER SOUTH THAN 5TH. >> OKAY.

>> ANY OTHER QUESTIONS? THANK YOU, SIR.

>> THANK YOU. >> ANYONE ELSE CARE TO SPEAK TO THIS ITEM, PLEASE COME FORWARD. SEEING NO ONE, I'LL CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING. ANY FURTHER DISCUSSION, QUESTIONS, OR I'LL ENTERTAIN A MOTION.

>> WHAT'S YOUR CONCERN? >> HAS IT BEEN ADDRESSED?

>> IT'S BEEN ADDRESSED. >> YOU HAVE QUESTIONS?

DO I HAVE A MOTION TO APPROVE? >> MOTION TO APPROVE.

>> DO I HAVE A SECOND? >> SECOND.

>> AND SECOND. THANK YOU.

>> MR. BARNETT? >> YES.

>> MS. RUSSELL? >> YES.

>> MR. ROSENBAUM? >> YES.

>> MR. NUNEN. >> YES.

[5. TC-2020-05: Public hearing and possible vote to recommend approval or denial to City Council on a request from Jeff Prince Operating. L.P., to abandon public right-of-way within an unimproved 60’ wide segment of South 23rd Street extending approximately 500 feet between the east line of right-of-way for South Treadaway Boulevard and the west line of right-of-way for the Abilene & Southern Railway]

>> AND THE MOTION TO APPROVE CARRIES.

>> NEXT ITEM ON THE AGENDA TC2020-05.

PUBLIC HEARING AND POSSIBLE VOTE TO RECOMMEND APPROVAL OR DENIAL TO THE CITY COUNCIL ON A REQUEST FROM JEFF PRINCE OPERATING LP TO ABANDON PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY WITHIN AN UNIMPROVED 60-FOOT WIDE SEGMENT OF SOUTH 23RD STREET EXTENDING APPROXIMATELY 500 FEET BETWEEN THE EAST LINE OF RIGHT OF WAY FOR SOUTH TREADAWAY BOULEVARD AND THE WEST LINE OF RIGHT OF WAY FOR THE

ABILENE AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY. >> GOOD AFTERNOON, MY NAME IS JARED SMITH. TODAY I'M PRESENTING TC2020-05.

THE OWNER OF THE PROPERTY IS THE CITY OF ABILENE.

WE ARE REQUESTING THE ABANDONMENT OF AN UNIMPROVED 60-FOOT WIDE SECTION OF 63RD STREET TO THE EASTERN MOST BOUNDARY OF TREADAWAY, TO THE WESTERN MOST BOUNDARY FOR ABILENE SOUTHERN RAILWAY. WE NOTIFIED ALL PROPERTY OWNERS AND RECEIVED ONE RESPONSE IN FAVOR AND ZERO IN OPPOSITION.

HERE'S OUR AERIAL LOCATION MAP SHOWING THE EXTEND OF THAT PROPOSED THOROUGHFARE CLOSURE. THE ORIGINAL SUBDIVISION PLAT DATED BACK TO 1933 IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE IDENTIFIES AND DEDICATES THIS SEGMENT OF SOUTH 23RD STREET TO BE A 60-FOOT WIDE RIGHT OF WAY HOWEVER IT WAS NEVER OFFICIALLY IMPROVED FOR THROUGH TRAFFIC. AND SOMETIME IN THE PAST THE OWNER NORTH OF THAT SEGMENT OF SOUTH 23RD STREET ACTUALLY FENCED IN 50 FEET OF THAT RIGHT OF WAY AND IT'S USED AS OUTDOOR STORAGE SPACE AT THIS TIME. HERE'S A ZONING MAP SHOWING THAT THE MAJORITY OF THE LOTS IN THE IMMEDIATE AREA ARE HEAVY INDUSTRIAL ZONING. THERE IS ONE PLOT TO THE SOUTHWEST THAT'S LIGHT INDUSTRIAL.

THE TOP LEFT HAND PHOTO IS LOOKING FROM SOUTH 23RD ACROSS SOUTH TREADAWAY. WHERE THAT DRIVEWAY APPROACHES JUST TO THE LEFT IS WHERE SOUTH 23RD STREET WAS PROPOSED TO GO THROUGH TO. THE OTHER PHOTO THAT'S REALLY IMPORTANT HERE IS THE BOTTOM RIGHT HAND PHOTO ACTUALLY SHOWS THE EXISTING FENCE LINE THAT'S IN PLACE WITHIN THAT RIGHT OF WAY AS IT IS TODAY. AS YOU CAN SEE THE SPACE IS BEING USED AS OUTDOOR STORAGE FOR THE PROPERTY TO THE NORTH.

THIS CASE WAS HEARD BY THE DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE.

THAT'S A COMMITTEE MADE UP OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS THROUGHOUT THE CITY AS WELL AS LOCALLY FRANCHISED UTILITY COMPANIES. THEY FOUND NO OBJECTIONS TO THIS REQUEST AND IT IS SATISFACTORY AND THEN ALSO STAFF RECOMMENDS APPROVAL SUBJECT TO THE APPROVAL AND SUBSEQUENT RECORDING OF A REPLAT SHOWING HOW THE RIGHT OF WAY WILL BE INCORPORATED WITH ONE OR MORE ADJACENT LOTS. THERE WAS AGAIN ONE RESPONSE IN FAVOR. I'LL BE HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE AT THIS TIME.

>> HOW DID THAT COME ABOUT? >> IT'S MY UNDERSTANDING THAT

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THE PROPERTY OWNER TO THE NORTH IS WANTING TO SELL THEIR PROPERTY AND THEY ACTUALLY INHERITED IT WITH THE FENCE LINE IN PLACE ALREADY. AND THEY THOUGHT THEY OWNED THAT UP UNTIL RATHER RECENTLY AND IN ORDER TO SELL IT AND FOR WHO THEY SELL IT TO TO LEGALLY OWN THAT PROPERTY THEY'RE HAVING TO ABANDON IT AND THEY'RE GOING TO HAVE TO REPLAT IT IN ORDER TO

OFFICIALLY OWN THAT PROPERTY. >> LOOKING AT THAT THREE WIRE IT LOOKS LIKE THE PROPERTY TO THE SOUTH INSTALLED THAT FENCE, NOT THE ONE TO THE NORTH. THAT'S WHAT'S INTERESTING.

THEY ONLY CAPTURED TEN FEET OF IT AND THE NORTH GOT THE OTHER

50. >> YEAH.

ANY OTHER QUESTIONS? THANK YOU.

I'LL OPEN THE PUBLIC HEARING, ANYONE WISHING TO SPEAK TO THIS

ITEM, PLEASE COME FORWARD. >> GOOD AFTERNOON, JEFF PRINCE OF JEFF PRINCE OPERATING. I'VE BEEN IN COMMUNICATION WITH THE PROPERTY OWNER TO THE SOUTH ABOUT THIS AS WELL.

AND WE'RE TALKING THAT THROUGH AND TALKING ABOUT REPLATS AND MAKING THAT RIGHT WHEREAS WE DON'T HAVE TO MOVE THE FENCE LINE. SO WE'RE TALKING ABOUT THAT, REALLY THE ONLY TWO PROPERTY OWNERS IN THE AREA IT LOOKS LIKE IT AFFECTS. SO I HOPE THAT YOU GUYS APPROVE.

ANY QUESTIONS FOR ME? >> QUESTIONS?

THANK YOU, SIR. >> THANK YOU.

>> ANYONE ELSE CARE TO SPEAK TO THIS ITEM? SEEING NO ONE, I'LL CLOSE THE PUBLIC HEARING.

>> JERRY, WHEN THEY REPLAT, WILL THE ZONING DEFAULT TO THE ZONING THAT'S IN THE AREA OR WILL THEY HAVE TO COME IN FOR ZONING?

>> THAT IS CORRECT, IT WOULD JUST DEFAULT TO THE EXISTING

ZONING, I BELIEVE. >> SO WHATEVER THEY PLAT IT TO

IT WILL FOLLOW THAT ZONE? >> YES, I WOULD ASSUME THAT THAT'S THE CASE. YES.

>> OKAY, THANK YOU. >> WE'VE PROBABLY GOT THIS MORE

OFTEN THAN YOU KNOW IN TOWN. >> I WANT TO MAKE A NOTE ABOUT THAT. BECAUSE IT'S GOING TO SIGNIFICANTLY COST A BUSINESS OWNER IF IT WOULD HAVE BEEN A

BIGGER AREA TO LET GO OF. >> THIS IS THE SECOND ONE.

>> YEAH. >> HADN'T BEEN A MONTH, A COUPLE

OF MONTHS. >> I'LL MOVE TO APPROVE.

>> MOTION TO APPROVE. DO I HAVE A SECOND?

>> SECOND. >> MOTION TO APPROVE AND SECOND.

>> MR. BARNETT? >> YES.

>> MS. RUSSELL. >> YES.

>> MR. ROSENBAUM. >> YES.

>> MR. NUNEN. >> YES.

>> AND THE MOTION TO APPROVE CARRIES.

[DIRECTORS REPORT]

>> DIRECTOR'S REPORT, PLEASE. >> YES, THANK YOU, CHAIRMAN.

JUST THREE ITEMS ON THE REPORT THAT'S IN YOUR PACTS.

WE HAVE A REZONING AND A CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT REQUEST BOTH OF THOSE WERE RELATED TO THE JOHN DEER PROPOSED RELOCATION OUT AT LOOP 322 INDUSTRIAL.

THOSE WERE BOTH APPROVED BY COUNCIL 60 AND THEN WE HAD THE AMENDMENT TO THE EXISTING PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OF PARAMORE SQUARE WHICH YOU ALL DID RECOMMEND APPROVAL TO COUNCIL ON. COUNCIL DID TAKE ACTION TO

APPROVE THAT REQUEST AS WELL. >> ANY OTHER QUESTIONS?

>> WHEN WILL THE CARPORTS COME BEFORE US?

. >> THE SECOND READING OF THE CARPORT ORDNANCE IS GOING TO BE ON

* This transcript was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.