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Contact Information:

  Name Ed Gallagher
  Title/Position Planning Director
  Entity City of Benbrook
  Phone (817) 249-6060

Project Number:  073

Parcel ID(s):  3090--B1

Project Description:  Proposed apartment complex at 3510 Boston Ave. in Benbrook with 144 dwelling units on 10.5 ac. vacant site. Zoned for multiple family since 1970. Eight apt. bldgs. (four 2-story and four 3-story) and one office/clubhouse bldg. In our NAS overlay zone, not in APZ I or II. Design and construction required to have inside sound level reduction of 30 decibels from outside noise level. Call if more information needed.

Date Submitted:  11/18/2015 7:11:36 PM

Deadline for Comments:  11/25/2015

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Name Entity Date Comment
Brett McGuire City of Lake Worth 11/23/2015 While this type of use is not ideal in the 65-70dB noise zones, I can also understand that the zoning in this location has allowed multi-family for over 40 years. They should be strictly held to the sound reduction construction standards.
Suzanne Meason City of Lake Worth 11/23/2015 Agreed, while the noise contours in this area are not ideal for this type use, with the sound attenuation requirements and the fact that the property has been zoned for a multifamily use don't see a problem with allowing the development.
Norman Robbins Lockheed Martin 11/25/2015 With the design and construction required to have inside sound level reduction of 30 decibels from outside noise levels, there should be no problem from a noise complaint standpoint.
Mike Branum NAS Fort Worth, JRB 11/25/2015 The current land use and proposed development is generally seen as incompatible as residential is discouraged in the 65 to 69 DNL noise contours. However, the stated design and construction requirements for noise level reduction (NLR) of at least 30 Decibels (dB) will be favorable to residents by reducing the sound from flight operations.

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