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Contact Information:

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

Project Number:  078

Parcel ID(s):  23245-7-18R

Project Description:  Final plat with an increase in lot yield going from 1 lot to 3 lots. The property is zoned as A-5 (One Family Residential).

Date Submitted:  1/7/2016 9:09:26 AM

Deadline for Comments:  1/18/2016

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
Dave Gattis City of Benbrook 1/8/2016 As I understand it, the site is located within the 70 dB contour and is not compatible for single family residences. The effect of the proposed replat would be to add an additional two residences. I recommend that the replat not be approved since it increases the amount of noncompatible uses within the 70 dB contour. If it is approved, I recommend that at least 30 dB of noise attenuation be incorporated into the new houses.
Jack Adkison City of River Oaks 1/10/2016 These lots have been inhabited for ever as fishing cabins,but now it is a hot building area.If the city of Fort Worth approves the replat,there should be an addition of lots of insulation in the walls and ceiling areas. The owner,builder and city should be informing any potential owners of the noise and not too distant flight path.
Norman Robbins Lockheed Martin 1/15/2016 The addition of additional residences in the 70 dB contour area is not a good action for flight operations at Lockheed Martin, sound attenuation will be an important element of any approvals. Flight activity at the company is on the increase at the present time.
Brett McGuire City of Lake Worth 1/18/2016 I would have to agree with the comments above. Replatting from 1 to 3 lots increases the potential for residential dwellings within the 70dB noise contour. If it is allowed, I would strongly urge that noise attenuation is required for any building or remodel on these sites.
Mike Branum NAS Fort Worth, JRB 1/18/2016 As others have stated, the proposed replat would create a higher density of single family residential in the 70 dB noise zones. Per Navy AICUZ recommendations, residential development is discouraged if impacted by noise levels above 65 dB DNL due to incompatibility concerns. Sound attenuation to achieve a noise level reduction of at least 30 dB is a suggested requirement if the development were to proceed.

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