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Contact Information:

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

Project Number:  080

Parcel ID(s):  2335-8-1R

Project Description:  A new single story, 21,000 square foot office building on current vacant lot at 7501 Benbrook Parkway in industrial park. Site and surrounding area zoned industrial. Additional office space for existing manufacturing operation on adjacent lot to the south.

Date Submitted:  6/30/2016 10:28:05 PM

Deadline for Comments:  7/11/2016

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Name Entity Date Comment
Randy Skinner Tarrant County 7/6/2016 The proposed development appears to be compatible within the 65 dB zone. I see no problems.
Brett McGuire City of Lake Worth 7/7/2016 Appears to be compatible with the 65 dB zone and probably a good use for that area. No objections.
Norman Robbins Lockheed Martin 7/11/2016 Lockheed Martin sees no environmental issues with the project that would hinder aircraft operations. Flight Operations has concerns about making sure that signage/lighting associated with the development is compatible or acceptable since it is very near or close to the NAS-FW Final Approach and Departure corridor. It would also be advisable to ensure the proper NOTAMs (Notices to Airman) are issued to alert all pilots of any construction and obstruction hazards and to determine if the development creates aircraft flight procedural changes impacting/changing the Published Approach Minimums to the base.
Mike Branum NAS Fort Worth, JRB 7/11/2016 Located outside the installation's CZ and APZs, Navy's AICUZ recommendations indicate this type of land use and development is compatible within the 65 DNL contour. However, given the property's location within the approach corridor, it may be valuable to consider downward directed lighting for the building and surrounding space to reduce the potential for light pollution. As noted by previous comments, if the construction process required temporary use of equipment that may impact navigable airspace, an FAA obstruction analysis and/or NOTAM(s) may be needed to help ensure safe flight operations.

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