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Agenda for the March 20th Meeting of the Hancock Neighborhood Association

Hancock Neighborhood Association Meeting
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Hancock Recreation Center

Agenda

  • 7:00 pm
    • Meeting Called to Order
  • 7:05 – 7:25
    • ACC Development at Highland Mall
      Presenter: Brian Dolezal with RedLeaf Properties
  • 7:25 – 7:45
    • Item for Vote

      Accept or Reject the proposed Commodore Perry Estate — Zoning and Development Standards

      Please review the document prior to the meeting, which is posted to the HNA website at: https://www.hancockna.org/www/node/194
      Time allowed for points of clarification

  • 7:45 – 8:00
    • Hancock Golf Course Announcement and Update
      Habitat and Esthetic Improvement Plantings
      South Segment of Trail
  • 8:00 – 8:05
    • Vote outcome
  • 8:05 – 8:15
    • Harris Avenue Duplexes Update by Mike Hebert
  • 8:15 – 8:30
    • Other Business
      • Huffstickler Green Maintenance Agreement, HNA and HPNA
      • Noise Trespass Neighborhood Associations Coalition
      • Bylaws
      • May HNA Meeting Topics
  • 8:30 pm
    • Adjourn

Perry Estate Neighborhood Plan Amendment Meeting, Wednesday, March 27 at 6:30 p.m.

CANPAC PCT and HNA will hold a meeting to discuss the Perry Estate Neighborhood Plan Amendment. The meeting will be held at the Hancock Recreation Center from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 27th in the downstairs room. The meeting agenda will follow in a subsequent post.

Neighborhood Plan Amendment Definition: A neighborhood plan amendment (NPA) allows for changes to be made to an adopted neighborhood plan and/or Future Land Use Map (FLUM). A plan amendment is required if a proposed zoning change is inconsistent with the plan’s FLUM. The plan amendment process ensures that stakeholders in the neighborhood, and the neighborhood planning contact team will be notified of proposed amendments.

For more NPA information, please read "Neighborhood Plan Contact Team Training Sheet: Your Role In Plan Amendments", City of Austin, Planning & Development Review Department: http://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Planning/ct_role_in....

See also NPA-2013-0019.01 Community Meeting Notice for Perry Estate FLUM Amendment Proposal.

Perry Estate Special Commttee Meeting, February 20, 2013 at 7:00 PM

A specially called meeting of the Perry Estate Special Committee will be held at Hancock Recreation Center on February 20, 2013 at 7:00 PM. No vote will be taken at the Feb. 20 meeting. The meeting will be for informational purposes only.

At the meeting, the owner and proposed developer for the Commodore Perry Estate, Mr. Clark Lyda, will present to those in attendance his proposed Development and Zoning Standards for the rezoning and redevelopment of the Commodore Perry Estate. Mr. Lyda's presentation will be a roughly 15 minute summary of his rezoning and redevelopment proposal. Mr Chad Himmel, the sound engineer for JE Acoustics, who was procured by Mr. Lyda to analyze both the existing and projected future sound qualities and levels for the Estate, will also be in attendance to provide an executive summary of his report and recommendations for mitigating projected future sound levels on the property. After Mr. Lyda and Mr. Himmel present and answer questions of those in attendance, Mr. Lyda and his team will leave the room and those neighbors in attendance will have the opportunity for a question and answer session with the Committee members in attendance.

Updated Agenda for the January 16th Meeting of the Hancock Neighborhood Association

Agenda for the January 16th Meeting of the Hancock Neighborhood Association

Call to Order
Report from the Special Perry Estate Committee
Motion to Extend the Charter of the Special Perry Estate Committee to March 20th
Motion to call a Special Meeting of the HNA February 20th for Updates on the Perry Estate Development
Motion to Reimburse Cynthia Smith for the July 4th HNA Parade
Nominations for the Offices of President and Vice-President
Election of Officers
Handing of the Gavel to the New President
Update on the Harris Avenue Development – Michael Hebert
Planning and Zoning Report
Parks Report
Historic Preservation Report
Treasurer’s Report
Publication Committee’s Report
New Business
Old Business
Announcements
Adjournment

Agenda for the January 16th Meeting of the Hancock Neighborhood Association

Agenda for the January 16th Meeting of the Hancock Neighborhood Association

Call to Order
Motion to Extend the Charter of the Special Perry Estate Committee to March 20th
Motion to call a Special Meeting of the HNA February 20th for Updates on the Perry Estate Development
Nominations for the Offices of President and Vice-President
Election of Officers
Handing of the Gavel to the New President
Report from the Special Perry Estate Committee
Update on the Harris Avenue Development
Planning and Zoning Report
Parks Report
Historic Preservation Report
Treasurer’s Report
Publication Committee’s Report
New Business
Old Business
Announcements
Adjournment

Sustainable Hancock Project Presentation - Thursday, December 6th 7:00 - 8:30

Come see a SUSTAINABLE FUTURE designed for Hancock!

You’re invited to contribute to an academic sustainable design and planning project led by graduate students of the Community & Regional Planning program at The University of Texas at Austin. Graduate students are investigating different aspects of the Hancock Neighborhood such as housing, mobility, economic development, and environmental and cultural resources. With community participation, they will be developing design and planning ideas for the future of the neighborhood.

The students invite all community members, adults and children to the Final Design Presentation at the Hancock Recreation Center, located at 811 East 41st Street. Your input is invaluable to this shared learning experience, and your presence at the event is greatly appreciated.

FINAL DESIGN PRESENTATION

Thursday, December 6 | 7 - 8:30 PM

Join UT Community and Regional Planning graduate students as they present their semester-long design projects that promote the livable, vibrant and sustainable future of the Hancock neighborhood.

Enjoy light refreshments as you participate!

For more information, please contact Professor Ming-Chun Lee at:

mingchun@austin.utexas.edu or (512) 475-6158.

Hancock Luminaria Trail December 7 & 8

Please mark your calendars for Hancock Recreation Center's FREE annual Holiday Candle Trail Event...

* Friday, December 7

* Saturday, December 8

* Dusk-9pm

Join your neighbors and family on Friday, December 7 and Saturday, December 8 from dusk until 9pm to walk the trails of thousands of luminarias on and around Hancock Recreation Center and Golf Course. Enjoy hot chocolate, holiday carols, and a visit from a special guest around 7pm. FREE for the family!

Hancock Recreation Center is located at 811 East 41st Street (on the corner of 41st Street and Red River, right in the middle of the Hancock Golf Course). If you have any questions about the event, please contact Hancock at (512) 453-7765.

Rick Kocian

Austin Parks and Recreation Department

Hancock Recreation Center

(512) 453-7765

Hancock Neighborhood Association Agenda – November 14, 2012

Hancock Neighborhood Association Agenda – November 14, 2012
Approval of Minutes from September Meeting
President’s Notes
Perry Estate Committee Report
Parks Committee Report
Zoning Committee Report
CANPAC Report
Discussion on Harris Avenue Development
Publications Committee Report
Treasurer’s Report
Nominations for 2013 Officers
Old Business
New Business
Announcements
Adjourn

Design Charrette Thursday, November 15, 7 - 9 PM

DEAR HANCOCK RESIDENTS --

You’re invited to contribute to an academic sustainable design and planning project led by graduate students of the Community & Regional Planning program at The University of Texas at Austin. Graduate students are investigating different aspects of the Hancock Neighborhood such as housing, mobility, economic development, and environmental and cultural resources. With community participation, they will be developing design and planning ideas for the future of the neighborhood.

The students invite all community members, adults and children to the Design Charrette at the Hancock Recreation Center, located at 811 East 41st Street. Your input is invaluable to this shared learning experience, and your presence at the event is greatly appreciated.

DESIGN CHARRETTE
Thursday, November 15 | 7 - 9 PM

Join UT students and Hancock neighbors in a series of fun mapping exercises that will allow us to envision the future of the Hancock neighborhood. Students will also share their ideas on innovative ways to preserve the Hancock neighborhood as a livable and sustainable place. Enjoy refreshments as you participate!

For more information, please contact Professor Ming-Chun Lee at:
mingchun@austin.utexas.edu or (512) 475-6158.

http://www.facebook.com/sustainablehancock

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