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Contact Information:

  Name Stephen Murray
  Title/Position City Planner
  Entity City of Fort Worth
  Phone (817) 392-8043

Project Number:  046

Parcel ID(s):  34345-11-2R, 34345-11-3

Project Description:  The proposed site is located south of Camp Bowie and west of Pelham Road within the 65 decibel noise contours. The applicant is proposing to rezone from A-5 One-Family, F General Commercial, CB/GC Camp Bowie/General Corridor to "CB/TR" Camp Bowie Transition zone. The applicant would like to develop the property with attached residential dwelling units. The applicant is exploring different building types but will likely choose a townhome building type if the zoning is approved. The Transition Zone is intended to provide for building scale and use transitions from the more commercial, auto-oriented uses along the Camp Bowie frontage to the adjoining neighborhoods along some critical neighborhood connectors. The zone is intended for smaller scale office, neighborhood retail, live-work, and townhome uses.

Date Submitted:  2/28/2013 4:03:30 PM

Deadline for Comments:  3/11/2013

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Name Entity Date Comment
Dave Gattis City of Benbrook 3/1/2013 I have some concerns about this one. It appears that the two lots are vacant, and that the northern lot is entirely in the 65 Ldn while the southern lot is partially in the 65 Ldn contour. The northern lot is currently zoned CB-General Corridor which prohibits residential within the 65 Ldn contour. The southern lot is currently zoned F-Commercial, which presumably does not allow residential. The intent is to rezone the two lots to CB-Transition which would allow the introduction of residential into the 65 LDN area. I think that this would be counter-productive.
Jack Adkison City of River Oaks 3/3/2013 Hard to tell if this area is surrounded with residental or a mix of commercial. Looks like about 75% is in the 65db zone,granted it is at the very edge. This is a hard one to call. I really do not want to encourage any more citizens in this area unless they and the contractor understandthe noise factor
Rachel Wiggins Past CPLO at NAS Fort Worth, JRB 3/11/2013 The AICUZ discourages residential development within the 65+ db DNL noise zone(s). However, if the City determines that this type of development is needed to meet local needs, then steps should be taken to include 25 db of Noise Level Reduction (NLR) for the interior of the building(s).
Norman Robbins Lockheed Martin 3/11/2013 Any residential development on these tracts should have sound attenuation steps taken to mitigate the noise impact.

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