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:

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

Perry Estate Proposed FLUM Change from Civic to Mixed Use & Higher Density Single Family

The owners of the Perry Estate filed their request for a change to the CANPAC neighborhood plan on Tuesday, February 26. This link takes you to the filing:

March 2013 Newsletter

Kevin Cutsinger and Ross Cole's proposed duplexes on Harris Ave.

This is a fact sheet on Kevin Cutsinger and Ross Cole's proposed duplexes on Harris Avenue. The document is authored by Mike Hebert with contributions from neighbors on Carolyn Avenue.

KEYE Story on Keven Cutsinger and Ross Cole's Proposed Duplexes on Harris Ave Across from Lee

Central Austin Parents Upset Over Proposed Duplex Development

Updated: Monday, February 18 2013, 10:32 PM CST

A developer wants to build three duplexes in Central Austin and add 18 parking spaces on a piece of property near Lee Elementary School, but parents are worried the increased traffic will pose a threat to children walking and biking to and from school.

Read More at:

Site Map 718, 720, 722 Harris Ave

Safety Study Request 718, 720, 722 Harris Ave Proposed Development

Harris Duplex - HNA Request to CoA for Interested Parties Recognition

Perry Estate Special Committee Report - Sources

The sources for the Perry Estate Special Committee Report are as follows:

The first 29 pages of the report are a Word document:

Pages 30-35 were simply provided from the City of Austin's website in PDF

Pages 36-47 are the sound report, which was provided to us in PDF format:

Pages 48-49 are the HDR Preliminary Traffic Analysis, which was also provided to us in PDF format:

Pages 50-53 are scanned images that were provided to us as hard copies

Pages 54-56 are attached as a Word file:

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.

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