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November 28, 2017 Planning & Zoning Minutes

City of Haltom City

MINUTES

PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION

November 28, 2017

CALL TO ORDER

Chair Adam called the meeting to order at 7:30PM

DETERMINATION OF QUORUM

PRESENT MEMBERS: Hilliard, Adam, Teague, PRESENT ALTERNATES: Chapman, Furrie PRESENT COUNCIL LIAISON: Watkins

ABSENT MEMBERS: Bowman, Tidwell

ABSENT ALTERNATES: None

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF PRESENT:

Glenna Batchelor, Director of Planning and Community Development Erik Smith, Assistant Director/Planning Projects Manager

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

No minutes were presented.

ABSENCES

Previous absences were excused.

PUBLIC HEARINGS AND ACTION ITEMS

Regular Agenda Items

Replat (P-017-17) 5021 & 5025 Broadway Avenue

Application of Ghalib Hussain for approval of a replat creating Lots 1R, Block A of the Browning Heights East replat from Lot 4A, Lot 2A1 & 3A, Lot 1A & 2B1 of Block 22 of Browning Heights East, located in the “C-2” commercial district, containing approximately .996 acres, and locally known as 5021 & 5025 Broadway Ave.

Staff presented and clarified the request.

Chair Adam asked the applicant to come to the podium.

Mr. Hussain stated he would like to create one lot from the existing three lots.

Chair Adam opened the Public Hearing to those desiring to speak.

No one was in the audience to speak on the request.

Chair Adam closed the Public Hearing. Discussion by the Commission

None.

ACTION BY THE COMMISSION

Commissioner Hilliard, seconded by Commissioner Teague, to approve the application of Ghalib Hussain for approval of a replat creating Lots 1R, Block A of the Browning Heights East replat from Lot 4A, Lot 2A1 & 3A, Lot 1A & 2B1 of Block 22 of Browning Heights East, located in the “C-2” commercial district, containing approximately .996 acres, and locally known as 5021 & 5025 Broadway Ave. Motion to approve the replat passed 4-0-0.

Conditional Use Permit (CU-012-17) 6001 & 6035 Huddleston Street

Application of Don Denman of Denman Commercial for a conditional use permit for a wrecking/auto salvage yard in in the “M-1” Industrial District and “M-2” Heavy Industrial District in accordance with Zoning Ordinance O-2002-032-15, and Chapter 42, Article III, Division 2, Section 42-121, on Lot 3-5 of Block 29, Lot 1-3 of Block 30, A1424 TR 2D and Lot 6R of Block 29 out of the Watauga Addition, locally known as 6001 & 6035 Huddleston Street.

Staff presented and clarified the request.

Commissioner Chapman asked what kind of fence would be required. Ms. Batchelor stated it would be R-panel fencing with a cap and board on board wood fencing which would be eight foot.

Commissioner Hilliard asked about what type of storage yard. This is a salvage and wrecking and impounding yard. Ms. Batchelor said you could put wording in the motion to further restrict the uses.

Commissioner Chapman asked if this application would or would not prevent a building to place on the site to house vehicles. Ms. Batchelor stated they would need a permit and be regulated by that process.

Chair Adam asked the applicant to come to the podium.

Mr. Don Denman gave a presentation of what his business plan is. Mr. Denman said a lot of the reason for this request is for over flow parking from his current site.

Commissioner Hilliard asked about the traffic impact. Mr. Denman said the auctions they would hold will be Friday and they would rope a place off inside the fence. They can prevent people from parking inside.

Mr. Denman said this will serve as a secondary location not the primary.

Chair Adam opened the Public Hearing to those desiring to speak.

James White spoke on behalf of Don Denman’s business and what an asset they are to

the City.

Commissioner Chapman asked about the surface of the site. Ms. Batchelor said the surface will be flex base.

Commissioner Chapman asked how they would keep oil out of the ground. Mr. Denman stated they will have a liner on the site.

Chair Adam closed the Public Hearing. Discussion by the Commission

None

ACTION BY THE COMMISSION

Commissioner Hilliard made the motion, seconded by Commissioner Teague to approve with stipulations the application for a conditional use permit for a wrecking/auto salvage yard in in the “M-1” Industrial District and “M-2” Heavy Industrial District in accordance with Zoning Ordinance O-2002-032-15, and Chapter 42, Article III, Division 2, Section 42-121, on Lot 3-5 of Block 29, Lot 1-3 of Block 30, A1424 TR 2D and Lot 6R of Block 29 out of the Watauga Addition, locally known as 6001 & 6035 Huddleston Street. Motion to approve the final plat passed 4-0-0.

The stipulations being that no dismantling of vehicles will take place onsite or selling of parts. If storage is done on site with stacking the height will not exceed seven feet in height. The third would be no vehicles on site taller than seven feet will be located anywhere other than between the fire line and south property line.

Replat (P-005-17) – 6001 & 6035 Huddleston Street

Application of Don Denman of Denman Commercial for a replat creating Lot 1, Block 1 of the Denman Addition replat from Lots 3-5 of Block 29, Lot 1-3 of Block 30, A1424 TR 2D and Lot 6R of Block 29 out of the Watauga Addition, located in the “M-1” Industrial District and “M-2” Heavy Industrial District, containing approximately 2.13 acres, locally known as 6001 & 6035 Huddleston Street.

Staff presented and clarified the request. Mr. Smith stated the applicant has a 40 foot access easement on the north property line to access the property to the west of this site. The applicant is going to buy the tract to the north of this tract and provide access to that property from the new tract he is going to purchase. When this is brought back to City Council the 40 foot access easement will show being abandoned by plat and will have a separate access agreement in place so the property to the west has access. Mr. Denman acknowledged this will likely take longer than 30 days to get final approval of the final plat.

Chair Adam asked the applicant to come to the podium.

Mr. Denman said he didn’t have any further comments

Chair Adam opened the Public Hearing to those desiring to speak.

No comments.

Chair Adam closed the Public Hearing. Discussion by the Commission

None

ACTION BY THE COMMISSION

Commissioner Teague made the motion, seconded by Commissioner Hilliard to approve the application of an application of Don Denman of Denman Commercial for a replat creating Lot 1, Block 1 of the Denman Addition replat from Lots 3-5 of Block 29, Lot 1-3 of Block 30, A1424 TR 2D and Lot 6R of Block 29 out of the Watauga Addition, located in the “M-1” Industrial District and “M-2” Heavy Industrial District, containing approximately 2.13 acres, locally known as 6001 & 6035 Huddleston Street. Motion passed 4-0-0.

ADJOURN

Chair Adam adjourned the meeting at 8:36 PM. Respectfully submitted,

Glenna Batchelor, Director Planning & Community Development

Juanita Adam, Chair of the Planning & Zoning Commission

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September 12, 2017 P&Z Minutes

 CITY OF HALTOM CITY

MINUTES

PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION

September 12, 2017

CALL TO ORDER

Chair Adam called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m.

DETERMINATION OF QUORUM AND EXCUSED ABSENCES

Previous absences were excused.

PRESENT MEMBERS: Adam, Bowman, Hilliard, Tidwell

PRESENT ALTERNATES: Furrie

PRESENT COUNCIL LIAISON: Watkins

MEMBERS ABSENT: Pearson, Teague

ALTERNATES ABSENT: Chapman

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF PRESENT:

Glenna Batchelor, Planning & Community Development

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

August 22, 2017, minutes were approved as presented.

No audio of the 09-12-2017 P&Z meeting was recorded due to a technology error. All information provided in these minutes are from notations only.

PUBLIC HEARINGS AND ACTION ITEMS

Regular Agenda Items

Final Plat (P-017-16) – 5020, 5030 and 5040 NE Loop 820

Application of Al Karmali for approval of a final plat creating Lots 2, 3 and 4, Block 1, Haltom Crossing from W. Screech Survey, Abstract 1416, G.B. Stanley Survey,

Abstract 1378 and A. Hood Survey, Abstract 682, located in the “C-2/C-3” Commercial Districts, containing approximately 3.911 acres, and locally known as 5020, 5030 and 5040 NE Loop 820.

Staff presented and clarified the request.

Chair Adam asked the applicant to come to the podium.

Mr. Al Karmali advised the Commission that this plat was for the development of a 125- room hotel and two (2) restaurant pad sites on the EDC property.

Chair Adam opened the Public Hearing to those desiring to speak.

No one was in the audience to speak on the request.

Chair Adam closed the Public Hearing. Discussion by the Commission

No discussion among Commission

ACTION BY THE COMMISSION

Commissioner Tidwell made the motion, seconded by Commissioner Hilliard, to approve the final plat of Lots 2, 3 and 4, Block 1, Haltom Crossing as presented. Motion to approve passed by a vote of 4-0-0.

Rezone (Z-013-16) – 5040 NE Loop 820

Application of Al Karmali for a Zoning Change request from “C-2/C-3” Commercial District to “PD” Planned Development for all “C-2” uses plus Hotel (excluding extended stay) use located on Lot 2, Block 1, Haltom Crossing, being approximately 2.339 acres east of Haltom Road, north of Northern Cross Boulevard, south of NE Loop 820 and west of Old Denton Road, locally known as 5040 NE Loop 820.

The legal notice regarding the public hearing was published in the August 31, 2017, Fort Worth Star Telegram. Notification was mailed to all property owners within 200 feet on August 30, 2017, and three (3) property owners were notified. City staff received none

(0) returned in favor or having no objections, none (0) opposed or having objections, and none (0) returned to sender at the time of the P&Z meeting.

Staff presented and clarified the request.

Chair Adam asked the applicant to come to the podium.

Mr. Al Karmali advised the Commission that this rezone was for the development of a 125-room hotel on the EDC property.

Commissioner Hilliard asked Mr. Karmali about the criteria for extended stay since this project excludes that use. Mr. Karmali said that varies by City but generally the rooms have kitchen amenities and the guest is staying more than thirty (30) days at the facility.

Chair Adam opened the Public Hearing to those desiring to speak.

No one was in the audience to speak on the request.

Chair Adam closed the Public Hearing.

Discussion by the Commission

No discussion among Commission

ACTION BY THE COMMISSION

Commissioner Bowman made the motion, seconded by Commissioner Hilliard, to approve the rezone of Lot 2, Block 1, Haltom Crossing as presented. Motion to approve passed by a vote of 4-0-0.

Final Plat (P-002-17) – 2822 North Beach Street

Application of Barry Rolfing for approval of a final plat creating Lot 1, Block 1, Dallas Lite & Barricade Addition from Tracts 19, 19B and 19B1, Abstract 472, John W Elliston Survey, located in the “M-2” Heavy Industrial District, containing approximately 4.685 acres, and locally known as 2822 North Beach Street.

Staff presented and clarified the request.

Chair Adam asked the applicant to come to the podium.

Mr. Barry Rolfing advised that their current facility at 2809 North Beach Street is south of this property on the Fort Worth side of Beach just north of NE 28th Street. They purchased this property to relocate and expand their traffic control equipment business and in-house full graphic sign production. This property is a bigger lot and has easier access. He said they will be installing a new façade on the building as part of the proposed scope of work.

Commissioner Hilliard asked if the vehicles are semi-trucks. Mr. Folding said most are light flatbed trucks and attenuators (crash trucks).

Commissioner Furrie asked if the barricades are concrete. Mr. Rolfing said no, they are the orange and white barrel barricades that are commonly used.

Commissioner Hilliard asked about complaints from the neighbors behind this property. Mr. Rolfing said that shouldn’t be a problem since it is a cemetery.

Chair Adam opened the Public Hearing to those desiring to speak.

No one was in the audience to speak on the request.

Chair Adam closed the Public Hearing. Discussion by the Commission

ACTION BY THE COMMISSION

Commissioner Hilliard made the motion, seconded by Commissioner Tidwell, to approve the final plat of Lot 1, Block 1, Dallas Lite & Barricade Addition as presented. Motion to approve passed by a vote of 4-0-0.

ADJOURN

Chair Adam adjourned the meeting at 7:43PM. Respectfully submitted,

Glenna Batchelor, Interim Director Planning & Community Development

Juanita Adam, Chair of the Planning & Zoning Commission

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September 26, 2017 P&Z Minutes

 City of Haltom City

MINUTES

PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION

September 26, 2017

CALL TO ORDER

Chair Adam called the meeting to order at 7:30PM

DETERMINATION OF QUORUM

PRESENT MEMBERS: Adam, Bowman, Teague PRESENT ALTERNATES: Chapman, Furrie PRESENT COUNCIL LIAISON: Watkins

ABSENT MEMBERS: Hilliard, Pearson, Tidwell

ABSENT ALTERNATES: None

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF PRESENT:

Glenna Batchelor, Interim Director of Planning and Community Development

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

Commissioner Chapman, seconded by Commissioner Teague, made the motion for approval of the September 12, 2017 meeting minutes as written. Motion passed 5-0-0.

ABSENCES

Previous absences were excused

PUBLIC HEARINGS AND ACTION ITEMS

Regular Agenda Items

Replat (P-013-16) – 5180 Western Center Boulevard

Application of Kevin Duvall for approval of a replat creating Lot 2R, Block 3, Huntington Park Addition from Lots 2, 3 and 4, Block 3, Huntington Park Addition, located in the “C- 3” Commercial District, containing approximately 2.54 acres, and locally known as 5180 Western Center Boulevard.

Staff presented and clarified the request.

Chair Adam asked the applicant to come to the podium.

Mr. Dale Hoelting, DEH Consulting, civil engineer, don’t know if he can add any more to the plat. They have developed the construction plans to do the initial phase of the church. A single building with required parking spaces. It will not take up the entire lot

that is being replatted. In future phases, they are anticipating adding a second building. So that is the main purpose of doing the plat rather than being incumbered by multiple lot lines, setbacks, etc. This allows the applicant to develop the property without coming back and replatting in the future. I can answer any questions you might have.

Commissioner Chapman thanked Mr. Hoelting for being here. Can you give us some insight into the parking arrangement. The only concern he really has in looking at the replat is regarding access control and perhaps traffic depending on obviously the number of worshippers going to service at any one time accessing the parking lot and whether that would create any type of problems as far as getting access into the parking lot.

Mr. Hoelting advised that currently there is a joint access between the daycare and on the driveway. They are actually expanding the driveway to make it larger. So basically there will be a shared access with the daycare so the in and out of this facility will be through that particular driveway.

Commissioner Chapman asked if it is actually further down towards the shared lot with the daycare rather than closer down towards Huntington Drive.

Mr. Hoelting confirmed. He also said when they go in with the second building there will be an additional drive approach installed. At this particular time, the second drive approach is not being proposed.

Commissioner Chapman reiterated a single access point at this time.

Mr. Hoelting confirmed. He also advised that there are 37 parking spaces.

Chair Adam asked why they are not planning on doing the second ingress at this time.

Mr. Ronnie Hassell, assistant pastor of the church, advised that at this time they are just going to at one end of the property and the way they have it laid out the drive will allow fire access but it also dies off before it gets down to the other part of the property, the concrete drive will stop and then when they expand then they will open that up and add more parking at that time. And a lot of it has to do with the expenses and financing.

Mr. Hoelting advised Mr. Hassell that he may want to tell Commission how many days a week.

Mr. Hassell said they will be doing Wednesday nights and Sunday mornings and some special things every once in a while and some prayer meetings here and there but for scheduled services it will be Wednesday nights and Sunday mornings.

Commissioner Teague asked how big is the church.

Mr. Hassell said right now they are running about sixty (60) people.

Commissioner Teague asked if when they do the expansion they are hoping to expand to have more people.

Mr. Hassell confirmed yes, that’s the goal.

Commissioner Teague asked what is the goal.

Mr. Hassell said they are hoping to fill this building up of course and then once this building is full to capacity, they may have to run two services on Sundays to hold up until they get more financing but their goal is to actually build this building and then add a bigger sanctuary next to that in the future.

Commissioner Teague asked how many people would fill it up.

Mr. Hassell said the building is 5980sf and the seating is about 150-160.

Chair Adam opened the Public Hearing to those desiring to speak.

No one was in the audience to speak on the request.

Chair Adam closed the Public Hearing. Discussion by the Commission

No discussion among Commission

ACTION BY THE COMMISSION

Commissioner Teague made the motion, seconded by Commissioner Bowman, to approve the replat of Lots 2, 3 and 4, Block 3, Huntington Park Addition as presented. Motion to approve passed by a vote of 5-0-0.

FURTHER DISCUSSION

Ms. Batchelor advised the Commission that there will not be a meeting on October 10th due to joint session with Council and EDC.

ADJOURN

Chair Adam adjourned the meeting at 7:44PM. Respectfully submitted,

Glenna Batchelor, Interim Director Planning & Community Development

Juanita Adam, Chair of the Planning & Zoning Commission

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