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Contact Information:

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

Project Number:  077

Parcel ID(s):  23557M-2-1

Project Description:  The proposed action is to change the property from 1 non-residential lot to 12 non-residential lots. The property has commercial 'G' zoning. The preliminary plat is linked below.

Landmark Quebec Preliminary Platt

Date Submitted:  12/29/2015 1:15:14 PM

Deadline for Comments:  1/15/2016

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


Name Entity Date Comment
Brett McGuire City of Lake Worth 12/30/2015 I would presume that the re-plat is being made for pad-sites. I have no objection to the proposed re-plat. When development/construction begins then we can address compatible vs. non-compatible uses, sound attenuation etc.
Suzanne Meason City of Lake Worth 12/31/2015 No objections to the proposed replat case, however as Brett mentioned when actual development starts compatible/non-compatible uses and development requirements will need to be looked at further due to the location in the APZ's and the noise contours into which the lots fall.
Dave Gattis City of Benbrook 1/5/2016 As I understand it, the replat would create 12 new lots out of a single existing lot. All or a portion of the three proposed western lots are located in APZ 1 and five or more of the western lots are in the 70 dB contour. The remainder are within the 65 dB contour. All of the lots are zoned "G", which allows a broad range of uses, including a dwelling unit when part of a business, educational uses, retail uses, and cultural uses. Many of these uses are not appropriate for the APZ 1 lots and the retail and cultural uses should have 25 to 30 dB sound attenuation to be compatible. The G zoning also allows buildings as high as 12 stories or 120 feet. I'm not sure if there is an opportunity in this case to restrict uses as part of the platting process. Assuming there isn't, I would recommend that the westernmost lots (proposed lots 1, 5, and 12) be combined with the adjacent lots to the east so that compatible uses could be built on the portions that were not encumbered by the APZ 1. The remaining lots should require adequate noise attenuation. NAS Fort Worth should evaluate whether there should be a height restriction on any of these lots.
Jack Adkison City of River Oaks 1/10/2016 We have been asked before on lots to the North of this area, about construction and reconstruction. This is very close to the flight path,but not directly,anything that Fort Worth approves for this area should have a lot of insulation and not be too tall. The developer and city must be up front about,noise and the flight path .
Mike Branum NAS Fort Worth, JRB 1/15/2016 It is a good step, in terms of compatibility, that this property is being re-platted for non residential lots. However, 'G' zoning does permit low and moderate intensity commercial development. Several of these plats, especially those located in APZ 1 and within the 75 dB noise zones, under 'G' zoning could permit development such as hotel lodging and various retail stores that may require careful evaluation to ensure compatible development. In general, at this location development should leverage noise level reduction at 25 db or 30 dB - depending on the ultimate land use. Additionally, 'G' zoning allows for 12-story heights. It is encouraged that maximum building heights be carefully considered to prevent any obstructions to airspace, or interference with flight activities.
Norman Robbins Lockheed Martin 1/15/2016 The proposed project being in the 65-70 dB and partially in the APZ1 zone will require noise attenuation treatment to avoid noise complaints. Also, being in proximity to the Final Approach Corridor, the developers must make certain that any signage/lighting is compatible or acceptable. It would also be in our best interest to insure the proper NOTAMs (Notices to Airman) were issued to alert pilots to any construction/obstruction hazards and advantageous to determine if the development creates any aircraft flight procedural changes resulting in any impact/change to the Published Approach Minimums to the base.

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