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Contact Information:

  Name Joe Ashton
  Title/Position Councilmember
  Entity City of River Oaks
  Phone (817) 246-4971 ext. 266

Project Number:  058

Parcel ID(s):  A1331-1Y

Project Description:  The City of White Settlement will be the home of the newest Hawaiian Falls Water Park. The location will be 8905 Clifford St, in part of Veterans Park, south and east of the baseball fields. The location is located well outside both the APZ and the noise zones.

Date Submitted:  11/27/2013 2:26:51 PM

Deadline for Comments:  12/6/2013

References Comprehensive Plans Zoning Maps
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Westworth Village
White Settlement
Fort Worth
Lake Worth
River Oaks
Sansom Park
Westworth Village
White Settlement


Name Entity Date Comment
Dave Gattis City of Benbrook 11/27/2013 This project appears to be outside of the APZs and outside of the 65 dB contour, so I have no objection.
Brett McGuire City of Lake Worth 11/27/2013 I find it somewhat interesting that it appears to be nestled between two (2) 65dB contours. It is outside of the APZ's and not actually inside the 65dB contours though so I have no objections.
Ed Gallagher City of Benbrook 11/27/2013 Clear of accident potential and noise concerns. Kids will likely be the greatest noise generator. No objection.
Rachel Wiggins Past CPLO at NAS Fort Worth, JRB 12/2/2013 While the site lies outside of the noise/safety areas of concern, it is beneath the air traffic pattern. Therefore, several coordination issues bear review: (1) Height of water park structures should be reviewed. Preliminary estimated heights of 75' have been submitted to Air Traffic Controllers for preliminary review. The project will also likely require FAA review via for a formal/official response, and to comply with Federal Aviation Regulations related to obstructions built near airfields. (2) Lighting coordination is requested as the project is designed. Due to its location beneath the air traffic pattern, there is the potential for new lighting has to create visual interference. (3) Although the project is not within the 65+ dB DNL noise zone, there will still be aircraft noise and the potential for complaints. Coordination and disclosure would be proactive steps to minimize future conflicts. We appreciate the opportunity to coordinate early on this project and thank the City for having involved us early on in the planning phase.

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