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Contact Information:

  Name Suzanne Meason
  Title/Position P&Z Administrator
  Entity City of Lake Worth
  Phone 817-255-7922

Project Number:  088

Parcel ID(s):  23240-14-13, 23240-14-14

Project Description:  A developer has applied (on behalf of the property owners) with the City to change the zoning of Block 13, Lots 13-24, Lake Worth Heights Subdivision; Block 14, Lots 1-18, Lake Worth Heights Subdivision, Block 16R, Lots 39-42, Lake Worth Heights Subdivision from SF-1 Single Family Residential to MD Moderate Density zoning for the development of duplex two (2) story town homes. The map does not show all of the lots as there is not enough space provided in the parcel field, but is the remaining undeveloped lots on Caribou Trail (roadway ends after last developed lots) and all the undeveloped lots on Rench Road (roadway does not currently exist). The properties are currently zoned Single Family Residential and are vacant at this time and have been for many years. The property falls into the APZ II.

Date Submitted:  2/6/2018 2:09:52 PM

Deadline for Comments:  2/13/2018

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Name Entity Date Comment
Suzanne Meason City of Lake Worth 2/7/2018 I apologize, they fall right outside the APZ area, but would require sound attenuation, due to the noise contours.
Mike Branum NAS Fort Worth, JRB 2/12/2018 These sites are located outside the APZ boundaries. The proposed development would be in the 70 dB DNL noise contours where residential use is considered incompatible with the current AICUZ noise footprint at NAS Fort Worth JRB. The request to rezone to MD Moderate Density is another consideration that is not consistent with AICUZ recommendations or JLUS principles. However, the city has implemented code requirements for sound attenuation. This will be a valuable mitigation measure to reduce the sound of aircraft inside homes once construction is complete.

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