[SP-2011-0099C(XT)] Site Plan Extension Notice for 4508 N IH 35 SVRD SB

NOTICE OF FILING OF APPLICATION
FOR ADMINISTRATIVE APPROVAL
OF A SITE PLAN EXTENSION

Este aviso es para informarle de una audiencia pública tratando de un propuesto desarrollo o cambio dentro de una distancia de 500 pies de su propiedad. Si usted desea recibir información en español, por favor llame al (512) 974-2193.

Mailing Date: August 27, 2015 Case Number: SP-2011-0099C(XT)

The City of Austin has sent this letter to inform you that we have received an application for administrative extension of an approved site plan. We are notifying you because City Ordinance requires that all property owners within 500 feet, residents who have a City utility account address within 500 feet, and registered environmental or neighborhood organizations whose declared boundaries are within 500 feet be notified when the City receives an application. A request for a one-year extension does not require a public hearing but is considered for approval by the Director of the Development Services Department. A decision will not be made regarding this application before September 10, 2015, which is the fourteenth day following the issuance of this notice (Austin City Code, Section 25-1-133(D)). Below you will find information regarding the application.

Project Name: Airport/IH 35
Project Location: 4508 N IH 35 SVRD SB
Project Description: The applicant is proposing an extension for the previously approved site plan.
Applicant: Doucet & Associates, Inc., Davood Salek, (512) 583-2672
Owner: 4508 Motel Properties, Ltd., Georgia Gay Ribar - Cox, ( 512) 381-8000

You can find more information on this site plan by inserting the case number at the following Web site: https://www.austintexas.gov/devreview/a_queryfolder_permits.jsp. For questions about the proposed development please contact the applicant, Davood Salek at 512-583-2672. For technical questions about the permitting process, please contact the case manager, Donna Galati, at 512-974-2733 or via e-mail at donna.galati@austintexas.gov. You may examine the site plan at One Texas Center by appointment or between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. with the case assistant, Elsa Garza at 512-974-2308 or via e-mail at elsa.garza@austintexasgov Monday through Friday. The case manager’s office is located at One Texas Center, 4th Floor, 505 Barton Springs Road, Austin, Texas.

In addition, you may become an interested party to this application if you meet certain City Code requirements (please see the attached page of this notice). As an interested party you will receive notice of the Director’s determination on this application. You may also have the right to appeal the Director’s decision. To become an interested party, you must meet certain requirements (please see the attached page of this notice), then contact the case manager in writing or by telephone before September 10, 2015, and provide your name, telephone number, mailing address, and a general description of your issues of concern. If contact is by telephone, you must confirm the request to be an interested party in writing to the case manager by September 17, 2015.

For additional information on the City of Austin’s land development process, please visit our web site at: https://www.austintexas.gov/devservices

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[C8-2014-0241.0A] Public Hearing September 8, 2015 to Consider Resubdivision of 815 Keasbey St.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
FOR A PROPOSED RESUBDIVISION

Este aviso es para informarle de una audiencia pública tratando de un propuesto desarrollo o cambio dentro de una distancia de 500 pies de su propiedad. Si usted desea recibir información en español, por favor llame al (512) 974-2193.

Mailing Date: 08/20/2015 Case Number: C8-2014-0241.0A

The City of Austin has sent this letter to inform you that we have received an application for a proposed Resubdivision. We are notifying you because City Ordinance requires that all property owners within 500 feet, residents who have a City utility account address within 500 feet, and registered environmental or neighborhood organizations whose declared boundaries are within 500 feet be notified when the City receives an application. Below you will find information regarding the application.

Resubdivision of a Portion of Lots 8 and 9, Block 8, Ridgetop Annex

Owner: Truc M. Nguyen and Lan T. Nguyen
Applicant: Larry Rolon, (512) 809-1335
Location: 815 KEASBEY ST
Existing Subdivision Name: Ridgetop Annex
Proposed Subdivision Name: Resubdivision of a portion of Lots 8 and 9, Block 8, Ridgetop Annex

Purpose: To resubdivide portions of two lots into a one lot subdivision on 0.0527 acres

This application is scheduled to be heard by the on September 8, 2015. The meeting will be held at City Hall Council Chambers, 301 West 2nd Street beginning at 6:00 p.m.

You can find more information on this subdivision by inserting the case number at the following Web site: https://www.austintexas.gov/devreview/a_queryfolder_permits.jsp. For additional questions about the project please contact the applicant Larry Rolon at (512) 809-1335. For technical questions about the permitting process please contact the case manager, Cesar Zavala at 512-974-3404 or via e-mail at cesar.zavala@austintexas.gov and refer to the case number located at the top of this notice. You may examine the subdivision at One Texas Center by appointment or between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. with the case assistant, Cindy Casillas at 512-974-3437 or via email at cindy.casillas@austintexas.gov, Monday through Friday. The case manager’s office is located at One Texas Center, 4th Floor, 505 Barton Springs Road, Austin, Texas.

Texas Local Government Code Section 212.015(c)(d)(e)

(c) If the proposed replat requires a variance and is protested in accordance with this subsection, the proposed replat must receive, in order to be approved, the affirmative vote of at least three-fourths of the members present of the municipal planning commission or governing body, or both. For a legal protest, written instruments signed by the Owners of at least 20 percent of the area of the lots or land immediately adjoining the area covered by the proposed replat and extending 200 feet from that area, but within the Original subdivision, must be filed with the municipal planning commission or governing body, or both, prior to the close of the public hearing.

(d) In computing the percentage of land area under Subsection (C), the area of streets and alleys shall be included.

(e) Compliance with Subsections (c) and (d) is not required for approval of a replat of part of a preceding plat if the area to be replatted was designated or reserved for other than single or duplex family residential use by notation on the last legally recorded plat or in the legally recorded restrictions applicable to the plat.

For additional information on the City of Austin’s land development process, please visit our web site http://www.austintexas.gov/development.

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[C20-2014-028] Public Hearing August 28, 2015 to Consider Parkland Dedication and Associated Parkland Fees

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO
AUSTIN’S LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE

Mailing Date: August 28, 2015 Case Number: C20-2014-028

A public hearing will be held to consider a proposed amendment to Austin’s Land Development Code.

Proposed Amendment:
Consider an ordinance amending City Code Chapter 25-1 relating to Parkland Dedication and
associated parkland fees.

The City Council will consider this amendment on September 17, 2015 at 301 West 2nd Street, beginning
at 4:00pm. Comments on this proposed ordinance from any member of the public will be heard during
the public hearing.

If you desire additional information on this proposed ordinance, please contact Ricardo Soliz of the Parks
and Recreation Department at 512-974-9452 and refer to the Case Number at the top right of this notice.

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Coffee & CodeNEXT September 3

Each month, members of the CodeNEXT team will set up shop at locations across the city. Why? We want to hear from you. Take this opportunity to share personal experiences with the current land development code as well as offer opinions about how the new code should be shaped.

September’s "Coffee and CodeNEXT," taking place from 9 am to 10 am on Sept. 3, will be hosted by Russell's Bakery, located on 3339 Hancock Drive.

Request a CodeNEXT presentation in September for your small group or organization. Let us know what you are interested in and we’ll come share the latest with your group.

Whether you are new to CodeNEXT or have been involved over the last two years, feel free to request a presentation. Sign up here: CodeNEXT Road Show.

Learn more at https://www.austintexas.gov/CodeNEXT

HNA Zoning and Development Committee Meeting Agenda for September 8

HNA Zoning-Development Agenda

September 8, 2015 

Time: 6:45pm         Location: Hancock Recreation Center basement

Agenda:

  1. Call meeting to order
  2. Approve minutes from August 2, 2015.
  3. Presentation by Mr.Yang regarding his potential project at 910 Duncan Lane
  4. Update Status: Duplex Resolution
  5. Update: 3206 Beanna project
  6. Neighborhood Communication-Three minutes to address any zoning item
  7. New Business-Future agenda items
  8. Adjourn

https://www.hancockna.org/www/content/zc-agenda-september-2015docx
https://www.hancockna.org/www/content/zc-agenda-september-2015pdf

August 17 Spillar-Tovo Memo Re. 32nd St. Mobility Project Proposal

TO: Mayor Pro Tem Kathie Tovo, District 9

CC: Robert Goode, P.E., Assistant City Manager

FROM: Robert Spillar, P.E., Director, Austin Transportation Department

DATE: August 17th, 2015

SUBJECT: 32nd Street Mobility Project Proposal

The purpose of this memorandum is to make you aware of a proposed project to improve safety and mobility on 32nd safety and mobility on 32nd Street is located in in Central Austin, City Council District 9, as shown in the map on page 2.

To read more, see https://www.hancockna.org/www/content/32nd-st-mobility-project-memo-cm-t...

A Message from the Austin Code Department

HNA Executive Committee Meeting Minutes for August 5, 2015

The HNA Executive Committee met at 6:30 pm on August 5, 2015, at the Hancock Recreeation Center. Present were Executive Committee members Mark Harkrider, president, James Harkrider, vice president, Bruce Fairchild, treasurer and Mary Sanger, secretary. Also joining the meeting were Carol Moczygemba and Tiffany Scolnic. Tiffany had written to HNA expressing interest in filling the position of HNA historian. HNA has not had a historian for at least 10 years, though Carol Moczygemba has kept an ample file on its activities and information on the organization is available on the HNA website.

Tiffany has rented in the Hancock neighborhood for two years and also lived in north Hyde Park, and has lived in Austin for 15 years. She has a bachelor’s degree in American Studies from the University of Texas and a Masters in Public History from Texas State. Maybe most important, Tiffany loves the neighborhood. The Executive Committee, with substantive input from Carol ( and written comments from Terri Myers), agreed that one of the priorities of the HNA historian should be to collect and present, through photos, written word, oral histories, the activities in which HNA has engaged to retain the historical character of the neighborhood, to preserve the quality of life for the residents and the quality of its environment through projects such as the Waller Creek clean-up; purple pipe for reclaimed water for the Golf Course; the Golf Course pedestrian trail and Historic designation of Golf Course; and work on the stealth Dorm--occupancy limits--ordinance; Perry Estate and Concordia University negotiations; the July 4th parade, providing a forum for discussion of City issues---to list a few. In addition, the HNA historian would collect the stories of some current residents, both renters and homeowners; the history of homes in current use, and those which have been displaced, and those designated for tear down, all of which could be amplified and retained through the newsletter, HNA website, and potentially a new or expanded edition of "The Hancock Neighborhood: An Urbane Oasis," published by the Association in 1999.

The Executive Committee whole-heartedly welcomes Tiffany to the position of HNA historian. She will attend HNA's regular meeting on Wednesday, September 16th. In examining the Treasurer's report, Executive Committee also discussed the cost of the HNA newsletter and recommended that HNA members ( and a possible committee), and particularly Carleen Edgar, current editor, and Kathleen Strong, ad solicitor, discuss the newsletter's costs, content, distribution, etc. There also was a suggestion HNA have a Facebook page. Mark Harkrider will follow up on these recommendations.

Austin Code Enforcement staff has asked to be on the agenda for the September 16th regular HNA meeting. (see post from Code Enforcement )

Submitted August 7, 2015 by Mary Sanger

https://www.hancockna.org/www/content/hna-exec-committe-20150805pdf

Meet the new Waller Creek!

You're Invited to Meet the New Waller Creek

The Waller Creek Conservancy invites you to learn about the exciting transformation coming to Waller Creek!

We're hosting a series of informational meetings around the city. These events are free and open to the public and we hope you will join us.

WCC staff, City of Austin staff, and consultants will be on hand to provide a project overview, answer questions and hear your thoughts about the Waller Creek project. Whether you're curious to learn about Waller for the first time or have been involved along the way and are looking for an update, these meetings are for you.

NORTH
Wednesday, August 5th, 6 PM - 8 PM
The Thinkery
1830 Simond Ave.

SOUTH
Thursday, August 6th, 6 PM - 8 PM
Ann Richards School
2206 Prather Ln.

DOWNTOWN
Wednesday, August 19th, 8 AM - 9:30 AM
Waller Ballroom
700 E. 6th St.

EAST
Wednesday, August 19th, 6 PM - 8 PM
ACC Eastview Campus
3401 Webberville Rd.

Please RSVP to rsvp@makingthingsclear.com

If you'd like to get acquainted with the project before attending, we encourage you to visit our website at http://www.wallercreek.org/. If you have any questions, feel free to call us at 512-541-3520 or email us at info@wallercreek.org

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