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File #: 19-3128    Version: Name: Ordinance - Public Hearing Continuation and Second Reading of an Ordinance Approving a Change of Zoning from SF-12/22 Single-Family Residential District and PR Pre-Development District to PD Planned Development District for Single-Family Residential Uses
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 4/29/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 6/10/2019 Final action: 6/10/2019
Title: Ordinance - Third and Final Reading of an Ordinance Approving a Change of Zoning from SF-12/22 Single-Family Residential District and PR Pre-Development District to PD Planned Development District for Single-Family Residential Uses on Approximately 7.7 Acres out of Lot 1R1, Change of Scenery; 1.2 Acres out of Lot 1R2, Change of Scenery; and 1.122 Acres out of the William Childress Survey, Abstract No. 1949, Tarrant County, TX, Totaling Approximately 10.022 Acres Located at the Southeast Corner of Seeton Road & National Parkway; Don Dykstra of Bloomfield Homes on behalf of Richard E. LeBlanc of Knox Street Partners No. 20, Ltd. c/o Hanover Property Co. (ZC#19-001)
Sponsors: Joe Smolinski, Lisa Sudbury
Attachments: 1. Ordinance, 2. Maps and Supporting Information, 3. Exhibit A, 4. Exhibits B - E
Title
Ordinance - Third and Final Reading of an Ordinance Approving a Change of Zoning from SF-12/22 Single-Family Residential District and PR Pre-Development District to PD Planned Development District for Single-Family Residential Uses on Approximately 7.7 Acres out of Lot 1R1, Change of Scenery; 1.2 Acres out of Lot 1R2, Change of Scenery; and 1.122 Acres out of the William Childress Survey, Abstract No. 1949, Tarrant County, TX, Totaling Approximately 10.022 Acres Located at the Southeast Corner of Seeton Road & National Parkway; Don Dykstra of Bloomfield Homes on behalf of Richard E. LeBlanc of Knox Street Partners No. 20, Ltd. c/o Hanover Property Co. (ZC#19-001)

Requested Action
To consider the subject zoning change request.

Recommendation
The Planning and Zoning Commission held a public hearing on April 15, 2019, and voted 7-0 to recommend approval with staff’s recommendations, and to approve the change of color of the masonry wall along National Parkway (as presented at the meeting), and to erect an 8-foot wood fence along the property line between Lake Park and Spring Lake Estates. During the meeting, one of the commissioners also asked that the masonry screening wall be extended along Seeton Road as well, which the applicant agreed to. Also during the meeting, one neighbor in Spring Lake Estates spoke in opposition to the request and was concerned about privacy given that his home will back up to three lots.

The applicant has submitted revised plans that show the change in color of the masonry wall, the addition of an 8-foot wood fence along the property line between Lake Park and Spring Lake Estates, the addition of a 6-foot masonry screening wall along Seeton Road, and enhanced the design of the entryway signage by incorporating more stone.

Description/History
First Reading
The subject property consists of 10.022 acres at the southeast corner of National Parkway and Seeton Road. The property is currently improved with one single-family...

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