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AGENDA CITY OF ALLEN PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION REGULAR MEETING TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2017 – 7:00 P.M. CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS ALLEN CITY HALL 305 C...

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AGENDA CITY OF ALLEN PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION REGULAR MEETING TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2017 – 7:00 P.M. CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS ALLEN CITY HALL 305 CENTURY PARKWAY ALLEN, TEXAS 75013 Call to Order and Announce a Quorum is Present Pledge of Allegiance Directors Report 1. Action taken on the Planning & Zoning Commission items by City Council at the February 14, 2017, regular meeting. Consent Agenda (Routine P&Z business. Consent Agenda is approved by a single majority vote. Items may be removed for open discussion by a request from a Commission member or member of staff.) 2. Approve minutes from the January 17, 2017, regular meeting. 3. Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Status Report. Regular Agenda 4. Replat/Public Hearing – Conduct a Public Hearing and consider a request for a Replat for Allen Station Business Park Phase III, Lot 1R, Block A, being 12.143± acres; generally located at the northeast corner of Andrews Parkway and Exchange Parkway. (RP-1/9/17-1) [WatchGuard Video] 5. Public Hearing – Conduct a Public Hearing and consider a request for a Specific Use Permit SUP for a Minor Automotive Repair use for an approximately 1,400± square foot portion of a building located on Lot 2, William F. Chester Addition; generally located south of Allen Drive and east of US Highway 75 (commonly known as 604 N. Central Expy.) (SUP-12/13/16-120) [North Dallas Auto Tint] 6. Public Hearing – Conduct a Public Hearing and consider a request for a Specific Use Permit SUP for a Fitness and Health Center use for an approximately 2,130± square foot portion of a building located on Lot 1R3, Block A, Watters Village; generally located south of Stacy Road and west of Curtis Lane (commonly known as 939 Stacy Rd.). (SUP-1/24/17-6) [Circuit 31 Fitness] 305 CENTURY PARKWAY • ALLEN, TEXAS 75013 •214.509.4100 WEB: www.cityofallen.org•EMAIL: [email protected]

7. Comprehensive Plan Progress Report

Executive Session (As Needed) As authorized by Section 551.071(2) of the Texas Government Code, this meeting may be convened into closed Executive Session for the purpose of seeking confidential legal advice from the City Attorney on any agenda item listed herein. Adjournment This notice was posted at Allen City Hall, 305 Century Parkway, Allen, Texas, at a place convenient and readily accessible to the public at all times. Said notice was posted on Friday, February 17, 2017, at 5:00 pm.

_________________________________ Shelley B. George, City Secretary Allen City Hall is wheelchair accessible. Access to the building and special parking are available at the entrance facing Century Parkway. Requests for sign interpreters or special services must be received forty-eight (48) hours prior to the meeting time by calling the City Secretary at 214-5094105.

Director’s Report from 02/14/2017 City Council Meeting •

The request to conduct a Public Hearing and adopt an ordinance approving Specific Use Permit No. 152 for a Gymnastics and Sports Training Facility use for a portion of the building located on Lot 1, Block A of Lots 1 & 2, Allen Business Center II; generally located north of Bethany Drive and west of Greenville Avenue, for Alliance Cheer at Tech Center One, was approved.

January 17, 2017

PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION Regular Meeting January 17, 2017

ATTENDANCE: Commissioners Present: Jeff Cocking, Chair Ben Trahan, 1st Vice-Chair Stephen Platt, Jr., 2nd Vice-Chair John Ogrizovich Luke Hollingsworth Michael Orr Shirley Mangrum Absent: City Staff Present: Ogden “Bo” Bass, AICP, Director of Community Development Joseph Cotton, PE, Assistant Director of Engineering Madhuri Mohan, AICP, Senior Planner Meredith Nurge, Planner Victoria Thomas, City Attorney Call to Order and Announce a Quorum is Present: With a quorum of the Commissioners present, Chairman Cocking called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers Room at Allen City Hall, 305 Century Parkway. Directors Report 1. Action taken on the Planning & Zoning Commission items by City Council at the January 10, 2017, regular meeting, attached. Consent Agenda (Routine P&Z business. Consent Agenda is approved by a single majority vote. Items may be removed for open discussion by a request from a Commission member or member of staff.) 2. Approve minutes from the January 3, 2017, regular meeting. 3. Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Status Report. 4. Final Plat – Consider a request for a Final Plat for Lot 1, Block H, Montgomery Ridge Phase IIA, being 7.775± acres situated in the Thomas G. Kennedy Survey, Abstract No. 500; generally located south of Montgomery Boulevard and west of US Highway 75. (FP-12/13/16-121) [Montgomery Ridge Phase IIA]

January 17, 2017

Motion:

Upon a motion by Commissioner Mangrum, and a second by Commissioner Hollingsworth, the Commission voted 7 IN FAVOR, and 0 OPPOSED to approve the Consent Agenda. The motion carried.

Regular Agenda 5. Combination Plat – Consider a request for a Combination Plat for Lot 2, Block H, Bray Central One, being 4.135± acres of land, located in the John Fyke Survey, Abstract No. 1692; generally located at the southeast corner of Exchange Parkway and Raintree Circle. (RP-12/14-16-124) [Allen Medical Plaza] Ms. Meredith Nurge, Planner, presented the item to the Commission. She stated the item is a Combination Plat for Allen Medical Plaza. The property is generally located at the southeast corner of Exchange Parkway and Raintree Circle. The property to the north (across Exchange Parkway) is zoned Planned Development PD No. 108 for Mixed Use. The property to the east and south is zoned Planned Development PD No. 54 for Corridor Commercial CC. The property to the west (across Raintree Circle) is zoned Planned Development PD No. 108 for Office O. The property is zoned Planned Development PD No. 54 Corridor Commercial CC. A Site Plan for a Medical Office building was approved in December 2016. Platting is the last step in the development process. A Combination Plat is submitted as the tract of land is subdivided into three lots or less, there is no change in street locations, and the requirements for both the Preliminary Plat and Final Plat are met. Ms. Nurge stated that the Combination Plat shows approximately 4.135± acres. There are two points of access into the development; one through a proposed access easement on Exchange Parkway and one through a proposed access easement on Raintree Circle. The Plat also shows right-of-way dedication and various easements required for development. The Combination Plat has been reviewed by the Technical Review Committee and meets the requirements of the Allen Land Development Code. Motion:

Upon a motion by Commissioner Orr, and a second by 2nd Vice-Chair Platt, the Commission voted 7 IN FAVOR, and 0 OPPOSED to approve the Combination Plat for Lot 2, Block H, Bray Central One, being 4.135± acres of land, located in the John Fyke Survey, Abstract No. 1692; generally located at the southeast corner of Exchange Parkway and Raintree Circle. The motion carried.

6. Public Hearing – Conduct a Public Hearing and consider a request for a Specific Use Permit SUP for a Gymnastics and Sports Training Facility use. The property is an approximately 13,095± square foot portion of the building located on Lot 1, Block A of Lots 1 & 2, Allen Business Center II; generally located north of Bethany Drive and west of Greenville Avenue (and commonly known as 718 S. Greenville Avenue). (SUP-11/29/16-117) [Alliance Cheer at Tech Center One] Chairman Cocking stated that one member of the P&Z will be recusing himself due to a conflict of interest.

January 17, 2017

Ms. Meredith Nurge, Planner, presented the item to the Commission. She stated the item is a request for a Specific Use Permit for Alliance Cheer at Tech Center One. The property is generally located north of Bethany Drive and west of Greenville Avenue. The property to the north is zoned Planned Development PD No. 3 for Light Industrial LI. The properties to the west and south are zoned Planned Development PD No. 3 for Shopping Center SC. To the east (across Greenville Avenue), the properties are zoned Planned Development PD No. 46 for Community Facilities CF and Single-Family Residential District R-5. The applicant is proposing to tenant an approximately 13,095± square foot portion of the existing building for a competitive cheerleading training facility. Staff categorizes this type of use as a Gymnastics and Sports Training Facility use. The property is zoned Planned Development PD No. 3 for Light Industrial LI. The Allen Land Development Code requires a Specific Use Permit SUP for a Gymnastics and Sports Training Facility use within the Light Industrial zoning district. Ms. Nurge explained that the applicant submitted a business summary in conjunction with the SUP application. The following is a summary of the proposed business operations: • • •

Regular operating hours: Monday through Friday 4:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.; Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.; Sunday 1:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Any special events will be held on weekends. The center will be staffed with a maximum of six staff members and 60 students.

The applicant is confident that parking provided will adequately support the facility because of parent dropoff and evening operating hours. Staff also believes the amount of parking is adequate for the proposed use. There are no proposed changes to the exterior of the building. The Specific Use Permit request has been reviewed by the Technical Review Committee. 2nd Vice Chair Platt asked if the applicant would be in a shared facility. Ms. Nurge said yes. Chairman Cocking opened the Public Hearing. Matt Sturgis, 21 Prestige Cr., Allen, Texas, spoke in opposition of the request. He voiced concerns regarding the proximity of the proposed development to surrounding similar developments. He said that the current gyms are the only gyms allowed in the immediate area, as stated by the Planning and Zoning Commission several years ago. Bruce Heller, 718 Greenville Ave., Allen, Texas, Applicant, spoke in support of the request. He provided a detailed explanation about the parking and the hours of operation. The proposed development has less parking than what is required; however, because of the non-peak hours of operation, parking will be adequate as it will be available due to different hours of operation of the other tenants which do not overlap with this proposed facility. Ginger Taub, 131 Buckingham Ln., Allen, Texas, spoke in opposition of the request. She voiced concerns regarding the hours of operation and the location of the gym.

January 17, 2017

Nathan Pipitone III, 1607 Thoroughbred Ln., Allen, Texas spoke in opposition of the request. He had concerns regarding the hours of operation and the potential gym owner having previously been affiliated with a nearby gym. Jen Brungardf, Allen, Texas, spoke in opposition of the request. She also voiced concerns regarding the potential gym owner having previously been affiliated with a nearby gym. Chairman Cocking closed the Public Hearing. Written opposition included: - Brian Mazzei, 1410 Sunshine Dr., Allen, Texas - Opposed - Krista Thornley, 710 Beaumont Ct., Allen, Texas – Opposed - David and Lisa Hightower, 1621 Pecan Creek Ln., Allen, Texas – Opposed - Jason Gillespie, 1226 Comanche Dr., Allen, Texas – Opposed - Jamie Hinkel, 1720 Live Oak Ln., Allen, Texas – Opposed - Ann Pipitone, 1602 Thoroughbred Ln., Allen, Texas – Opposed - Kristi Baker, 1814 Northbrook Ct., Allen, Texas – Opposed - Kathy Heurder, 2254 Enchantment Ln., Allen, Texas – Opposed Chairman Cocking asked if the hours of operation would be the only hours allowed or if the hours could be extended past this time. Ms. Nurge said that the hours of operation presented are the hours received from the applicant. These will be written down in the SUP. Mr. Bo Bass, Director of Community Development, said that the Planning and Zoning Commission may limit the hours of operation, but that the applicant should ensure that the hours of operation are suitable for the development. Mr. Heller answered yes, the hours listed in the SUP Site Plan are the intended hours. Mr. Bass said that any hours outside of the hours that are listed would be in violation of the SUP Ordinance if Council approves the SUP. Chairman Cocking said that he was not aware of a time when the Planning and Zoning Commission made a restriction on the number of similar uses allowed in an immediate area. Mr. Bass said that he is also not aware of any limitation on any land use. He said that staff does not look at the number of similar uses within a specific area. Instead, staff is more concerned about the functionality and life safety of the use. Commissioner Hollingsworth said that two similar restaurants exist within that area, across the street from one another. Commissioner Mangrum suggested that the cheer facilities join and do an event together. Chairman Cocking said that the commission does not have a right to regulate commerce and cannot decide how many of one particular use is too many. Motion:

Upon a motion by 1st Vice-Chair Trahan and a second by 2nd Vice-Chair Platt, the Commission voted 6 IN FAVOR, and 0 OPPOSED

January 17, 2017

(1 RECUSED) to approve the request for a Specific Use Permit SUP for a Gymnastics and Sports Training Facility use for the approximately 13,095± square foot portion of the building; generally located north of Bethany Drive and west of Greenville Avenue (and commonly known as 718 S. Greenville Avenue), with the addition of the hours of operation to be included in ordinance. The motion carried. Executive Session (As Needed) As authorized by Section 551.071(2) of the Texas Government Code, this meeting may be convened into closed Executive Session for the purpose of seeking confidential legal advice from the City Attorney on any agenda item listed herein. Adjournment The meeting adjourned at 7:32 p.m.

These minutes approved this ________day of _______________2017. __________________________________ Jeff Cocking, Chairman

__________________________________ Madhuri Mohan, AICP, Senior Planner

January 17, 2017

Director’s Report from 1/10/2017 City Council Meeting •

There were no items taken to the January 10, 2017, City Council Meeting.

PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION AGENDA COMMUNICATION AGENDA DATE:

February 21, 2017

SUBJECT:

Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Status Report

STAFF RESOURCE:

Chris Flanigan, PE Director of Engineering

PREVIOUS COMMISSION/COUNCIL ACTION:

None.

LEGAL NOTICES:

None.

ANTICIPATED COUNCIL DATE:

None.

BACKGROUND Every month the Engineering Department will provide a status update of the City’s Capital Improvement projects.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION N/A

MOTION N/A

ATTACHMENTS CIP Progress Report through January, 2017 CIP Map through February, 2017

CITY

OTHERS

ROADS

UTILITIES

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Alma Drive Improvements (Hedgcoxe-SH121)

15 Central Fire Remodel & Expansion

14 Library Parking Lot Expansion

Two firms (Dewberry and PGAL) will be interviewed the week of February 13th for design and construction management contracts. Contract award recommendation is expected in April with design to begin in the summer.

LB1701 Design engineer, BW2, submitting to TRC on February 3.

ST1501 TxDOT LPAFA signed and returned by the City. TxDOT is currently reviewing the 100% plans.

Olson & Beverly Elementary Sidewalk Improvements

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Contract was awarded to N.G. Painting on Tuesday, January 24th and precon held January 27th. Vendor has committed to working at both sites simultaneously.

WA1604

Stacy Ground Storage Tank & Rowlett Tower Repaint

12

WA1605 Project is under design by Halff Associates.

11 Hillside Water & Sanitary Sewer Rehab.

Complete Fall 2019

TBD

Complete before Fall 2017

Complete May 2017

Design Complete May 2017

Complete July 2017

SYB is currently 100% complete with the proposed water main. SYB will begin construction on the concrete section of Pebblebrook in early February.

WA1403

10 Fountain Park Water/SS Rehab, Ph 2

Complete March 2017

Addition of 2 general purpose lanes, selected ramp reversals, and intersection improvements. New Exchange Parkway Exit is open.

TXDOT

9 US 75 Widening

Complete Jan. 2018

ST0704 TxDOT contractor has begun Phase 1, which includes constructing the Northern half of the road. NTMWD Contractor will begin paving Phase 1 in the coming weeks, with next traffic switch planned for April.

8 Stacy Road, Ph 2 (Greenville - FM 1378)

TBD

TxDOT has hired HDR to design the reconstruction of the overpass. Preliminary Engineering and Environmental Process is underway. TxDOT is coordinating with the FHWA.

TXDOT

7 Ridgeview / US 75 Overpass

2020

ST0316

6 FM 2551 (Main St - Parker Rd)

Design of widening to six lanes being managed by Collin County. Resolution of support passed by City May 24, 2016.

ST1701

in Phases

TBD

TBD

Project is in design phase. Accelerated 2-lane plans are completed. AISD to build the two lanes of Ridgeview prior to Summer 2017.

ST1703 Design engineer, Corwin, submitted 60% plans for review.

ST1503 Design engineer, BW2, submitted 60% plans for review.

TBD

5 Ridgeview Drive (Watters - Chelsea)

4 Chelsea Blvd Intersection Improvements

3

ST1705 Project is under design by Lee Engineering.

2 2017 Median Improvement Project

TBD

City has begun the process to acquire two of the four properties through eminent domain. The third has closed and the fourth is still negotiating.

ST1504

CONST. DATES

STATUS / COMMENTS

1 2015 Intersection Improvements

PROJECT

ENGINEERING CIP REPORT - THROUGH JANUARY 2017

Completing: Fall 2017

School Sidewalk Improvements

TBD

2017 Medians

TBD

2017 Medians

Completing: March 2017

US 75 (TxDOT)

Construction Dates: 2020

FM 2551 (TxDOT)

Design Completion: May 2017

Hillside Water/Sewer Rehab

Completing: July 2017

Fountain Park Water/Sewer Rehab Ph 2

Completing: Fall 2017

School Sidewalk Improvements

Completing: May 2017

Construction Dates: TBD

DIRECTOR: CHRIS FLANIGAN

ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 214.509.4576

FUTURE

(By Others)

DESIGN

(By Others)

Repaint—Stacy Tank

Intersection Improvements

CONSTRUCTION

DESIGN

CONSTRUCTION

Completing: May 2017

TBD

2017 Medians

Repaint—Rowlett Tower

Completing: Jan. 2018

Stacy Road (TxDOT)

Construction Dates: TBD

Ridgeview Overpass

Alma Drive

TBD

Construction Begin: TBD

TBD

Chelsea Intersection

Start: July 2017

Ridgeview Drive

Ridgeview Drive

PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSIONAGENDA COMMUNICATION AGENDA DATE:

February 21, 2017

SUBJECT:

Conduct a Public Hearing and consider a request for a Replat for Allen Station Business Park Phase III, Lot 1R, Block A, being 12.143± acres; generally located at the northeast corner of Andrews Parkway and Exchange Parkway. (RP-1/9/17-1) [WatchGuard Video]

STAFF RESOURCE:

Madhuri Mohan, AICP Senior Planner

PREVIOUS COMMISSION/COUNCIL ACTION:

PD-58 Adopted – March, 1996 PD-58 Amended – August, 1998 PD-58 Amended – February, 2001 PD-58 Amended – December, 2007 Final Plat Approved – February, 2010 Amended Plat Approved – September, 2011 PD-58 Amended – December, 2016

LEGAL NOTICES:

None.

ANTICIPATED COUNCIL DATE:

None.

BACKGROUND The property is generally located at the northeast corner of Andrews Parkway and Exchange Parkway. The properties to the north and west (across Andrews Parkway) are zoned Planned Development PD No. 58 Light Industrial LI. The property to the south (across Exchange Parkway) is zoned Planned Development PD No. 58 Community Facilities CF. The property to the east is zoned Planned Development PD No. 58 Multi-Family MF. The property is currently zoned Planned Development PD No. 58 Light Industrial LI. A PD Amendment for WatchGuard Video was approved in December 2016. A Site Plan for the development was approved in January 2017. Platting is the last step in the development process. The Replat shows one lot at approximately 12.143± acres. There are two points of access into the development; one (1) on Exchange Parkway and one (1) on Andrews Parkway. The plat also shows various easements and right-of-way dedication required for development. The Replat has been reviewed by the Technical Review Committee, is consistent with the PD Amendment Concept Plan, and meets the standards of the Allen Land Development Code. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval. MOTION I make a motion to approve the Replat for Allen Station Business Park Phase III, Lot 1R, Block A; generally located at the northeast corner of Andrews Parkway and Exchange Parkway.

Planning & Zoning Commission February 21, 2017 WatchGuard Video Page 2

ATTACHMENTS Replat

PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSIONAGENDA COMMUNICATION AGENDA DATE:

February 21, 2017

SUBJECT:

Conduct a Public Hearing and consider a request for a Specific Use Permit SUP for a Minor Automotive Repair use for an approximately 1,400± square foot portion of a building located on Lot 2, William F. Chester Addition; generally located south of Allen Drive and east of US Highway 75 (commonly known as 604 N. Central Expy.) (SUP-12/13/16120) [North Dallas Auto Tint]

STAFF RESOURCE:

Madhuri Mohan, AICP Senior Planner

PREVIOUS COMMISSION/COUNCIL ACTION:

Rezoned from CBD to Shopping Center – July, 2000

LEGAL NOTICES:

Public Hearing Sign Installed – February 10, 2017 Public Hearing Letters Mailed – February 10, 2017

ANTICIPATED CITY COUNCIL DATE:

March 14, 2017

BACKGROUND The property is generally located south of Allen Drive and east of US Highway 75 (commonly known as 604 N. Central Expy.). The properties to the north, south, and east are zoned Shopping Center SC. The property to the west (across US Highway 75) is zoned Planned Development PD No. 108 Mixed-Use MIX. The applicant is proposing to tenant a 1,400± square foot portion in an existing 8,400 square foot building for a Minor Automotive Repair use. The property is zoned Shopping Center SC. The Allen Land Development Code requires a Specific Use Permit (SUP) for a Minor Automotive Repair use within the SC zoning district. The SUP Site Plan shows one existing service bay door on the eastern end of the building for this suite. There are two (2) existing access points into the site on the US Highway 75 Service Road, both through a 24’ Fire Lane, Access, and Utility Easement. Parking on site complies with the Allen Land Development Code standards. There are no proposed changes to the exterior of the building. The Specific Use Permit request has been reviewed by the Technical Review Committee and meets the standards of the ALDC. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval.

Planning & Zoning Commission February 21, 2017 North Dallas Auto Tint Page 2

MOTION I make a motion to recommend approval of a Specific Use Permit SUP request for a Minor Automotive Repair use for North Dallas Auto Tint; generally located south of Allen Drive and east of US Highway 75 (commonly known as 604 N. Central Expy.) ATTACHMENTS Property Notification Map SUP Site Plan

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PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSIONAGENDA COMMUNICATION AGENDA DATE:

February 21, 2017

SUBJECT:

Conduct a Public Hearing and consider a request for a Specific Use Permit SUP for a Fitness and Health Center use for an approximately 2,130± square foot portion of a building located on Lot 1R3, Block A, Watters Village; generally located south of Stacy Road and west of Curtis Lane (commonly known as 939 Stacy Rd.). (SUP-1/24/17-6) [Circuit 31 Fitness]

STAFF RESOURCE:

Madhuri Mohan, AICP Senior Planner

PREVIOUS COMMISSION/COUNCIL ACTION:

PD-86 Adopted – March, 2007 PD-86 Amended - January, 2010 PD-86 Amended - February, 2012

LEGAL NOTICES:

Public Hearing Sign Installed – February 10, 2017 Public Hearing Letters Mailed – February 10, 2017

ANTICIPATED CITY COUNCIL DATE:

March 14, 2017

BACKGROUND The property is generally located south of Stacy Road and west of Curtis Lane (commonly known as 939 Stacy Rd.). The properties to the north (across Stacy Road) are zoned Planned Development PD No. 92 Shopping Center SC and Planned Development PD No. 92 Single-Family Residential R-7. The properties to the east and west are zoned Planned Development PD No. 86 for Shopping Center SC. To the south, the property is zoned Planned Development PD No. 86 Single-Family Residential R-7. The applicant is proposing to tenant a 2,130± square foot portion in an existing building for a fitness studio facility. Staff categorizes this type of use as a Fitness and Health Center use. The property is zoned Planned Development PD No. 86 for Shopping Center SC. The Allen Land Development Code requires a Specific Use Permit (SUP) for a Fitness and Health Center use within the SC zoning district. The applicant submitted a business summary in conjunction with the SUP application. The following is a general summary of the proposed business operations: • Daily classes (7 days a week) o Weekdays (Monday - Friday): 5:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. o Weekends (Saturday and Sunday): 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. • Maximum class capacity: Approximately 13 members/employees Parking on site complies with the Allen Land Development Code standards. There are no proposed changes to the exterior of the building. The Specific Use Permit request has been reviewed by the Technical Review Committee and meets the standards of the ALDC.

Planning & Zoning Commission February 21, 2017 Circuit 31 Fitness Page 2

STAFF RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval. MOTION I make a motion to recommend approval of a Specific Use Permit SUP request for a Fitness and Health Center use for Circuit 31 Fitness; generally located south of Stacy Road and west of Curtis Lane (commonly known as 939 Stacy Rd.). ATTACHMENTS Property Notification Map Suite Plan

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1. Restaurant - 1/100 (18.76) 2. Restaurant - 1/100 (17.68) 3. Fitness/Health - 1/200 (18.44) 4. Retail - 1/200 (12.87) 5. Retail - 1/200 (3) 6. Veterinarian - 1/200 (14) 7. Fitness/Health - 1/200 (8.75) 8. Restaurant - 1/100 (14.65) 9. Restaurant - 1/100 (20.09) 10. Retail - 1/200 (9.475) 11. Office - 1/300 (6.16) 12. Medical - 1/250 (6.192) 13. Fitness/Health - 1/200 (10.65) TOTAL -162 Required Spaces 173 spaces on Site

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PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION AGENDA COMMUNICATION AGENDA DATE:

February 21, 2017

SUBJECT:

Comprehensive Plan Progress Report

STAFF RESOURCE:

Lee Battle, AICP, LEED AP Assistant Director of Community Development

PREVIOUS COMMISSION/COUNCIL ACTION:

None.

LEGAL NOTICES:

None.

BACKGROUND The Allen 2030 Comprehensive Plan was adopted in 2014. The Plan serves as a policy and decision making guide for the future growth and development of the community. The Plan was developed based on the best information available at the time, recognizing that conditions change over time. Tracking implementation of the plan’s objectives is essential to insure that the Plan remains relevant as the community continues to grow. Every two years, staff compiles a Progress Report to provide a summary of how the Plan has been implemented over the last two years, and how the community has developed. Staff will present the first twoyear Progress Report at this meeting. STAFF RECOMMENDATION N/A MOTION N/A