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Development Site Plan Near Racetrac

Happy May to all!

I wanted to update the neighborhood about a site plan that was recently filed with the Plano Planning and Zoning Commission. The site plan calls for two restaurants to be built on the vacant lot located on the northeast side of Plano Parkway and Independence next to and north of the Race Trac gas station. The site plan locates a Golden Chick Restaurant north of and next to the Race Trac. There is also a proposed second location on the site plan that is east of and next to the Golden Chick Restaurant. That will probably be a Texadelphia Restaurant.

No zoning change is necessary as this proposed use is allowed by the retail zoning already in place on that corner. The site plan will be presented to the Plano Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday May 15, 2017. The site plan is available on our www.dnehoa.org website.

If you have any questions please contact me at president@dnehoa.org

Wishing all of you a Great Spring!

Robert A. Miller

Latest press release on Heritage Creekside Estates

The following link shows the latest press release from Heritage.

Latest press release on the Heritage Creekside Estates.

Meeting with City of Plano and Rosewood

There is a public meeting to discuss the Westwood and Plano Parkway intersection with the City and Rosewood  on October 6, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. in the Building Training room City of Plano Municipal Center, 1520 Ave K.

Click on the following link to see the Meeting Agenda

Zoning Alert for Plano Parkway

Click on the underlined area in this post to see the zoning documents which were sent by the city.

Please see the announcement of the meeting for the City of Plano to vote on the re-zoning of Plano Parkway to retail zoning.

The meeting is on Sept. 19 at the Plano Municipal Center  at 7 pm, 1520 K Avenue in Plano.

Zoning News for October 2015

ZONING NEWS

Some of you have noticed the bulldozers clearing land on the north side of 15th St. between Custer & Alma & just east of Rio Grande Dr. The Highland Oaks Church of Christ was located there & has sold their land to Gehan Homes. Gehan Homes will be building single family owner occupied homes on 8000 sq ft. lots. The development stretches from 15th St. to the southern edge of Hackberry Park. Gehan Homes has not yet set their home prices.
Speaking of bulldozers, you may have noticed the survey crew at the northwest corner of Plano Parkway and Independence. This is the Megatel town home development that was approved last February by the Plano City Council. There will be approximately 150 three bedroom, two car garage, owner occupied single family town homes ranging in size from 1950 to 2350 square feet. Home prices are  estimated to be $340,000.