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Ord 383 Amending the Future Land Uses for 210.4 acres in Planned Development PD 3-7TOWN OF WESTLAKE ORDINANCE NO. 383 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS, AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 199 COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, AS AMENDED BY ORDINANCE NO. 261 AND ORDINANCE NO. 302; CHANGING THE FUTURE LAND USES ON A PORTION OF PD 3-7; DETERMINING THAT IT IS IN THE PUBLIC'S BEST INTEREST AND IN SUPPORT OF THE HEALTH, SAFETY, AND GENERAL WELFARE TO ADOPT THE AMENDMENT TO THIS PARCEL OF LAND ON THE COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLAN; PROVIDING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, Chapter 219 of the Texas Local Government Code authorizes municipalities to adopt a comprehensive plan to guide long-range development and serve as a guide for zoning and land use decisions of the municipality; and WHEREAS, the Board of Aldermen (Board) of the Town of Westlake, Texas adopted Ordinance No. 199, which ordinance adopted the Town of Westlake Comprehensive Plan, after having conducted public hearings, and upon the giving of public notice in compliance with State law; and WHEREAS, the Board, in the interest of the public's best interest and in support of the health, safety, and general welfare has amended the Comprehensive Plan when deemed necessary. Said Comprehensive Plan being amended by Ordinance No. 21 and Ordinance No 302; and WHEREAS, the Board does hereby find and conclude, based upon information presented at public hearings and through consultation with citizens and the town staff that it is in the best interest and in support of the health, safety, and welfare of the Town to amend Ordinance No. 219, as amended, changing the future land uses in a portion of PD 3-7, being a planned development established by Ordinance No.313 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS: SECTION 1: That the above premises are found to be true and correct and are incorporated into the body of this ordinance as if copied in their entirety. SECTION 2: That Ordinance No. 219, as amended, being the Comprehensive Plan of the Town of Westlake, Texas is hereby amended to reflect changes from residential land use to Office Campus land use as shown in the attached Exhibit "A". Such change shall signify a change in the future land use in the Comprehensive Plan and shall authorize the amendment of the Future Land Use Map accordingly. SECTION 3: A copy of the Comprehensive Plan shall be kept with this ordinance in the office of the Town Secretary and shall be available for inspection during regular business hours. SECTION 4: It is hereby declared to be the intention of the Board that the phrases, clauses, sentences, paragraphs, and sections of this ordinance are severable, and if any phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, or section of this ordinance shall be declared to be unconstitutional by the valid judgement or decree of any court or competent jurisdiction, such unconstitutionality shall not affect any of the remaining phrases, clauses, sentences, paragraphs, and sections of this ordinance, since same would have been enacted by the Board without the incorporation in this ordinance of any such unconstitutional phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, or section. SECTION S: The Town Secretary of the Town of Westlake is hereby directed to engross and enroll this ordinance by copying the caption and the effective date clause in the minutes of Board and by filing the ordinance in the ordinance records of the Town. SECTION 6: This ordinance shall become effective from and after the date of its passage and it is so ordained. PASSED AND APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS, ON THIS 13T" DAY OF NOVEMBER, 2000. .Aezig-Z&6�- - Scott Bradley', Mayor ATTEST: A, , cf,( ,,,-A m Crosswy, Town Qcretary Trent O. Petty, Town M,p6ger Ise... INU"I N" ESIMSu Being a rezoning of a portion PD 3-7 also being approximately 210.4 acres of land situated in the William Huff Survey A-648, Tarrant County Texas I solemnly swear that a true and correct copy of the Public Notice Ordinance No. 383 was published in THE KELLER CITIZEN, a newspaper having general circulation in the counties of Denton and Tarrant, and that the dates that said issues of the newspaper bore in which such notice was published were July 24, 2001. A copy of the notice as published, clipped from the newspaper is attached hereto. —S a—�4 �� Pam Nolte, Classified Ad Manager THE STATE OF TEXAS § 0 COUNTY OF TARRANT § SWORN TO AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME Pam Nolte this 6th day of August, 2001, to certify which witness my hand and seal of office. 1 a, 01 tV Notary Public, State of Texas Printed Name of Notary My commission expires }� ffiffix. Tuesday, July 24, Deadline is noon Friday h£ PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING i SEWING T 'ETOWN QF WESTLAKE NOTICE OF APPLICATION AND ` ORDINANCE NO. 393 PRELIMINARY DECISION FOR WATER QUALITY SERVICE, An ordinance of the Town of TPDES PERMIT RENEWAL r� Servin Northeast. Westlake, Texas, amending g the Comprehensive Zoning FOR MUNICIPAL Tarrant. County, , Ordinance of the Town of WASTEWATER Westlake, Texas, by granting ea W� � a Special Use Permit for a PERMIT NO. 13036-001 �� .Private Woodbine Water.. i i Well, located at 1831 River APPLICATION AND PRE- Oaks;rovidin for sever- . LIMINARY DECISION. Pine jS i z ability clause; providing for a Tree,'Mobile Home Park 0 Custom Window Great Prices penalty at a fine not to ex- Landowners Association, c/o Treatmentsceed the sum of two thou- Principal Management Free Estimates sand ($2,000.00) dollars; Group, 5622 Dyer Street, ®Drapenes & Call Anytime providing for injunctive relief; Dallas, Texas, 75206, has Va ances Locally Owned and providing for an effective applied to the Texas Natural ®Beddin & Pillows Terms including date. Resource conservation mission (TNRCC) for a re - MC, Visa newal of TPDES Permit No. ®Wood &PVC bast month, the :Keller .High Seho® Blinds Guaranteed PUBLIC NOTICE - 13036-001, which authorizes the discharge of treated do- ever high school theatre group ,e INS mestic wastewater at a daily Free Fstamates TOWN OF WESTLAKE average flow not to exceed Studios 06Lights, Camera, Musie" p L81 7 9 2 81 42,000 gallons per day. This CARoL Gofulmly ORDINANCE. NO.394 to It) Megan Dotson, Ryan Bieknml 81 7a431e0 2 application was submitted to � An ordinance amending Ordi- the TNRCC on February, 21, Justin Lewis, Derek Whitener, Sk; ial A Keller Business PHLS E nance 307 Circle T Planned 2001. or % earsl. Development Zoning District Walters, Brandon Herndon, Meal f y The facility is located approx- Suppiemenf of the ComPre imately one mile west of the Lauren Hahn, Rae Taylor, Helen L< CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY & hensiye Zoning Ordinance; of City of Keller and approxi- - slipcovers. Free pickup and the Town of Westlake, Texas Michael Carlson, Jeremy Deinrna, p p b amending Article V1, Light- mately one mile southwest of Deadline for ' delivery. Free home es- Y g the intersection of Keller - in Standards; and providing Hicks Road and U.S. High- timates. Work guaranteed. g for a severability clause; pro- way 377 in Tarrant Count C{aSSlfied'c`1dS 30 years experience. Call y Y, I� Barbara at 940-464-2812. viding for a savings clause; Texas. The treated effluent is IS noon on Friday. providing for a penalty discharged to an unnamed Keller thesi clause; and providing for an tributary; thence to Big Bear effective date. Creek; thence to Bear Creek; WELDIN thence to the Lower West ' PUBLIC NOTICE Fork Trinity River in Segment glIMP se of S No. 0841 of the Trinity River INKY' Basin. The unclassified re TOWN WESTLAKE ceiving water uses are no -H G�@ significant aquatic life uses LL L ily ORDINANCE N€7 383 for unnamed tributary: The Universal S designated uses for Segment F�7 1An ordinance of the Town of No. 0841 are intermediate Security Gates aquatic life uses, and contact WEND WALLED Bl Westlake; Texas, amending recreation. y ScTa.t�� o F=ences Ordinance No. 199 Compre- hensive Plan, as amended Helen Lewis and the Keller High 1VewConstru�tion b Ordinance No. 261 and The TNRCC executive chni- ler axlee 3 2 Y tar has completed the application School drama students knew per Repairs Ordinance No. 302; changing p the future land uses on a por cal review e the application Free Estimates tion of PD 3-7; determining and prepared it draft permit. forming at Universal Studios In Cal - Free rf approved that it is in the public's best The draft , interest and to support of the Portable Service would tions under westablish the condi- the facility ifornia was big. But they didn't real - SIDING health, safety, and general iZe how big until tOUi'IStS Started Pinky Meeks welfare to adopt the amend- must operate. The executive ment to this parcel of land on director has made a prelimi- putting their kids up on Stage with . 817-331®8422 the Comprehensive Land nary decision to issue the Plan; providing draft permit. The permit ap- them to take pictures. ability clause; providing a Use an; ding a - lication, statement of - n P Somewhere in Some Other State Or 'effective date. basis/technical summary and ®o _ executive director's prelimi- country, we are in someone's scrap - nary decision, and draft per- ® I TCE mit are available for viewing book," Lewis, theater arts director at ® and copying at the Keller City Han, 158 South Main Street, Keller High School said. "People INVITATION To 13iD Keller, Texas 7x248. whispered about us and took pictures Will not be underbid.PUBLIC COMMENT/PUB- Keller Independent with us. For the day, we were celebri- 78 Call School District will receive LIC MEETING. You may competitive sealed bids and submit public comments or ties.' O oNS n Siding in the Purchasing request a public meeting proposals On June 18 Keller High School DOyY for a g : P .Department, 350 Keller Park-; about this apphcatron. The g r way, Keller, Texas 76248- purpose of a public meeting was the first drama group in the ING. free estimate � 0050 for the following item: Is to; provide the opportunity gars to to submit written or oral com- nation to perform at Universal Stu - i9 or Rooftop AIG & ment or to ask questions Heating Unit Replacements about the application. The diOS through the "Lights, Camera 2:00 P.M., August 13, 2001 TNRCC will 'hold a public g Music' program. ADVANTAGE IiOfthE meeting if the executive di- p g Improvement Siding & LOST AND There will be a mandatory rector determines that there The idea began in March whet Windows. Small cons-FOUNpre-bid meeting scheduled is a significant degree of pub - pang with over 23 for 10:00 A.M.,'August 6, lic'interest in the application Lewis was attending a Seminar abOU years experience using 2001 in the Purchasin De- or if requested by a local leg- WE FOUND a bird. 817-431- g the " Li hts, Camera, Music" pro the highest quality i partment, 350 Keller Park- islator. A public meeting is g products. Alcoa, not a contested case hear - Owens Corning- � 94rJ0. way, Keller Texas 76248: All gram that invited dance and lnusii Simonton vinyl -,win- interested vendors must at- in9• tend. groups to perform at Universal Stu down Best prices Written public comments _.._-__.__1 -1 1 %mm i i;KrrCr_ - ... — -_­__.< c..- .,, hli, dios in California.