The Cyber Cafe SUP request passed P&Z but was unanimously denied by the City Council.
The Cyber Cafe SUP request passed P&Z but was unanimously denied by the City Council.
Attached is the notice for a request for a Specific Use Permit in the shopping center at 15th and Custer.This is on the south side of the shopping center that fronts Dolphin road.
The P & Z meeting date and time is October 1, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. Follow the directions below to post whether you are in favor or opposed:
Go to plano.gov, scroll down to Departments click on it, click on Planning, click on Active Zoning cases, click on Zoning Case response on the left hand side of the screen, click on ZC2018-019, follow the instructions to either note you are in favor, neutral or opposed. You can add comments. You will have to fill out your name and address. The P & Z will be given these responses.
Longtime developer Sam Ware has Collin Creek Mall under contract with plans to finalize the acquisition by the end of the year. Ware and his team plan to make the property more efficient until they can execute on a bigger redevelopment in two years that is expected to cost at least $1 billion. More details to come when available from the City. More information is available from The Dallas Business Journal if you’re a subscriber.
The Texas Legislature in 2003 passed the legislation that allows a landowner or city to request a Municipal Setting Designation (MSD) if the ground water under a landowner’s property is contaminated. The MSD allows the landowner to not remediate the underground water if no one is using it for drinking water or irrigation.
All of the drinking water in Plano comes from the North Texas Municipal Water District which does not use underground water for anything. All of our water, drinking or otherwise, comes only from Lake Lavon and Lake Texoma.
Attend the public meetings on August 8, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at the Plano Municipal Center Building Inspections Training Room, 1520 K Ave. and the City council meeting on August 14, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.in the City Council Chambers and ask any questions you may have.
The mailer which was sent to homeowners inside the required area is attached. Click here to view.
City Council at the August 14, 2017 meeting tabled the approval of an ordinance to establish 2300 West Plano Parkway (the old Arco then Perot Systems then Dell and now NTTData property) to their meeting on August 28, 2016.
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 website.
Wishing all of you a Great Spring!
Robert A. Miller
The following link shows the latest press release from Heritage.
The Plano City Council on October 10, 2016 unanimously approved the Zoning change on Plano Parkway to allow a veterinary clinic without outside storage.
Rosewood Development Westwood Intersection Meeting on October 6, 2016
The Agenda Packet with the intersection drawings and the results of the voting are posted at dnehoa.org
Thanks to the 114 people who attended the October 6, 2016 meeting with the City of Plano Planning Department and the traffic engineers, and Rosewood to discuss the Westwood intersection, once the road from the Rosewood Development is built. The City presented 4 options. The first option was to do nothing to mitigate the traffic coming from the Rosewood Development onto Westwood. The second option prevented traffic from going north from the Rosewood Development to Westwood, but no left turn from the Rosewood Development. The third option was named the “Mimosa” option as it is the same as the intersection at Campbell and Mimosa in Richardson. It does allow right and left turns from either north bound traffic or south bound traffic on Westwood, but no traffic allowed to go straight from either direction. The fourth option did not allow straight through traffic but only allowed right turns on Westwood at Plano Parkway and only right turns for traffic coming north from the Rosewood Development. The preferred option was Option 3 the “Mimosa” option. The third option also requires a traffic light to be installed when the intersection is built. No other option.
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
P & Z approved the zoning change 5-2. It will go to City Council on October 10.
This is supporting information for the meeting with the developer on September 13, 2016 at Messiah Lutheran Church.
Plano Planning and Zoning Commission to Vote on Changing Plano Parkway Zoning from Office to Freestanding Retail
Sept. 19, 2016
Plano Municipal Center
1520 Avenue K
Florence Shapiro Council Chambers
A change from office zoning to freestanding retail zoning on the north side of Plano Parkway would allow retail businesses such as restaurants, entertainment venues, convenience stores and other retail businesses to join up to the back yard areas of homes on Westlake and would have impact on the rest of the area around the 1500-1600 block of Westlake and nearby streets.
Please be aware that office zoning allows for some retail within the office building but does not allow freestanding retail and does not allow businesses such as a veterinary clinic or kennel or a dance or gymnastics studio.
The resulting possibilities of noise, additional traffic, odors, etc. and other aspects of retail businesses backing up to homes need to be considered before the Planning and Zoning Commission votes on this issue: zoning case 2016-031. Please note that the zoning case only mentions the veterinary clinic or kennel but not the gymnastics or dance studio. But as you can see by the attached letter, the developer intends to put a veterinary clinic or kennel, and a gymnastics or dance studio on the property.
The vote for or against the zoning change will take place at the Plano Municipal Center at 7 pm Sept. 19, 2016. Your voice needs to be heard.
The first suggested tenants that would do business from the location shown on the attached map would be a veterinary clinic or kennel, and a dance or gymnastics studio. However future tenants in the building, if it is zoned for freestanding retail, could be other types of retail business such as restaurants, retail stores, convenience stores, entertainment venues, etc. including businesses open into the evening hours and on weekends.
Our current office zoning on the north side of Plano Parkway has brought us businesses that fall into the office category including a law firm, a low-rise office building, a pre-school, many religious institutions, etc. Continuing the office zoning designation, which has been in place for more than 30 years, has been a cause of such high quality development near our homes along with influence and leadership from homeowners, and continuing the current office zoning would continue the growth of that quality in and near our neighborhood.
Now, homeowners near the proposed zoning change plus any other Plano residents who care to be heard can express their opinions on Sept. 19, 2016.
Prior to Sept. 19, an informal meeting at Messiah Lutheran Church, 1801 W Plano Pkwy, Plano is being arranged by Robert Miller, president of the Dallas North Estates Homeowners Association (DNE-HOA) for Sept. 13 at 7 pm to meet with the developer who is requesting the zoning change. Contact email@example.com to let President Robert Miller you would like to attend – or just show up and meet your neighbors who are also concerned. But don’t forget the meeting on Sept. 19 when the Planning and Zoning votes after hearing homeowner concerns and opinions.
To be on the email list for further information from the DNE-HOA contact the DNE-HOA via Robert Miller (email shown above) or go to the website www.dnehoa.org to sign up for notices regarding current neighborhood issues such as crime situations, feral dog attacks, zoning issues, and the ongoing dialogue with the Heritage 190 Development on how to minimize its impact on Westwood traffic and the adjacent streets as that multi-use project unfolds.
A detailed information sheet prepared by a homeowner can be found here. Developer Meeting PDF