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Ord 654 Amending the Zoning for Planned Development PD-1 granting a Specific Use Permit for a Gas Well PadTOWN OF WESTLAKE ORDINANCE NO. 654 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS, AMENDING THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS, BY GRANTING A SPECIFIC USE PERMIT FOR A GAS WELL PAD SITE, LOCATED WITHIN THE PD -1 ZONING DISTRICT, AT 1850 SAM SCHOOL ROAD, AND AS MORE SPECIFICALLY DESCRIBED IN EXHIBIT A ATTACHED HERETO AND INCORPORATED HEREIN; PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; PROVIDING FOR A PENALTY OF A FINE NOT TO EXCEED THE SUM OF TWO THOUSAND ($2,000.00) DOLLARS; PROVIDING FOR INJUNCTIVE RELIEF; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, the Town of Westlake's Town Council finds and determines, on the basis of facts presented on the application for a Specific Use Permit and at the public hearings on same, the following: 1. That the proposed use is consistent with the existing uses of adjacent and nearby property; 2. That the proposed use is not inconsistent with: (a) the reasonably foreseeable uses of adjacent and nearby property anticipated to be in place upon expiration of the term of the Specific Use Permit; and (b) the use of the property contemplated by the Town's Comprehensive Plan, as in effect on the date of granting of said permit; 3. That the proposed use will not impair development of adjacent and nearby property in accordance with said Comprehensive Plan; 4. That the proposed use will not adversely affect the Town's Thoroughfare Plan and traffic patterns, as in effect at the time of granting of said permit, and as contemplated by the Town's Comprehensive Plan. WHEREAS, the Planning and Zoning Commission of the Town of Westlake and the Town of Westlake Town Council, in compliance with the Code of Ordinances of the Town of Westlake and State Law with reference to the granting of Specific Use Permits under the Zoning Ordinance and Zoning Map, have given the requisite notices by publication and otherwise, and after holding hearings and affording a full and fair process to all property owners generally, and to the persons interested and situated in the affected area and in the vicinity thereof, the Town Council of the Town of Westlake is of the opinion that said change in zoning use should be made, subject to the conditions set out herein; and WHEREAS, upon the recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Commission, the Town Council of the Town of Westlake, Texas, is of the opinion that it is in the best interests of the town and its citizens to grant a Specific Use Permit for a gas well pad site, located within the PD- 1 Zoning District, at 1850 Sam School Road, and as more specifically described in Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein, should be approved and adopted in accordance with the Ordinance 654 Page 1 of 13 requirements and standards shown in the attached and incorporated Site Plan Exhibit "B" and the Staff Report Exhibit "C': NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS: SECTION 1: That all matters stated in the preamble are found to be true and correct and are incorporated herein as if copied in their entirety. SECTION 2: That the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance of the Town of Westlake, Texas, be and the same is hereby amended, by amending the Zoning Map of the Town of Westlake so as to grant a Specific Use Permit, for a Gas Well Pad Site, located within the property at 1850 Sam School Road, and as more specifically described in Exhibit A attached hereto and incorporated herein. SECTION 3: That the above described property shall be used only in the manner and for the purpose provided for in the requirements and standards shown in the attached Site Plan Exhibit B and StaffRepor°t Exhibit C, which exhibits are attached hereto and incorporated herein, and in the Unified Development Code and the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance of the Town of Westlake as herein amended by the granting of a Specific Use Permit. SECTION 4: That the property subject to this Specific Use Permit, as shown on attached Exhibit A, shall be required to be platted in accordance with Town requirements prior to, or in conjunction with, any development on adjacent property. SECTION 5: That setback reductions are approved as follows: (1) the drill zone setback required by Town ordinance is reduced from 300 feet to 165 feet with consent of adjoining property owner; (2) the setback required by Town ordinance for the pad site perimeter is reduced from 75 feet to 60 feet away from the South property line. SECTION 6: That all insurance, bonds, letters of credit or other financial instruments must be in accordance with Town ordinances and approved by the Town Attorney prior to the issuances of any permits. SECTION 7: That any person, firm or corporation violating any of the provisions or terms of this ordinance shall be subject to the same penalty as provided for in the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance of the Town of Westlake, and upon conviction shall be punishable by a fine not to exceed the sum of Two Thousand Dollars ($2,000.00) for each offense. SECTION 8: If any section, paragraph, subdivision, clause, phrase or provision of this ordinance shall be judged invalid or unconstitutional, the same shall not affect the validity of this ordinance as a whole or any portion thereof other than that portion so decided to be invalid or unconstitutional. SECTION 9: In addition to and accumulative of all other penalties, the Town shall have the right to seek injunctive relief for any and all violations of this ordinance. Ordinance 654 Page 2 of 13 SECTION 10: This ordinance shall take effect immediately ftom and after its passage as the law in such case provides. PASSED AND APPROVED ON THIS 31St DAY OF JANUARY, 2011. * �m ATTEST: 1 C -I rF?[AS Felly $dwar&, Town Secretary APPROVED AS TO FORM: Cathy C ingham, TOW6 Attorney Laura Wheat, Mayor Ordinance 654 Page 3 of 13 Exhibit A SUP BOUNDARY Being a tract of land situated in the U.P. Martin Survey, Abstract No. 1015, and in the T.W. Mann Survey, Abstract No. 1107, both in Tarrant County, Texas and being a portion of Lot 1R1, Block 2, Westlake/Southlake Park Addition No. 1 as recorded in Cabinet A, Slide No. 6264, Plat Records, Tarrant County Texas, said tract being more particularly described by metes and bounds as follows: BEGINNING at the westerly most southwest corner of said Lot 1R1, being a point in the easterly right-of-way line of Sam School Road; THENCE N1 8059'21"W, 230.27 feet along the easterly right-of-way line of said Sam School Road to the POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE N18°59'21"W, 89.94 feet continuing along said right-of-way line to a point; THENCE N72°18'37"E, 89.09 feet leaving said right-of-way line to a point; THENCE S88054'1 5"E, 507.19 feet to a point; THENCE N75°17'54"E, 108.65 feet to a point; THENCE N32°33'14"W, 294.19 feet to a point; THENCE N46" 17'27"E, 364.93 feet to a point; THENCE S80° 19'23"E, 67.06 feet to a point; THENCE S31°1950"E, 440.82 feet to a point; THENCE S51 °05'36"W, 370.43 feet to a point; THENCE N85°47'59"W, 211.18 feet to a point; THENCE N87059'1 5"W, 438.41 feet to a point; THENCE S72053'00"W, 137.73 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING and containing 5.726 acres of land, more or less. Ordinance 654 Page 4 of 13 Exhibit B ¢ FY � _ 0 o a 3 µ' -aS _fir =UJ iLcr�r - ` V 3 OF, 3 Er sm t4 ��iN i 6 x�r � ,✓ .�. - I .y Z g d ^/ J �?Z3 2 r t H§ M .* z 4 ' Ordinance 654 Page 5 of 13 Exhibit C TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TX STAFF REPORT TO PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION & TOWN COUNCIL I. CASE INFORMATION Case No(s): SUP -12-02-2010 Date: 1/24/2011 Request: Approval of a Specific Use Permit (SUP) for a Rural Gas Well Pad Site, referred to as Maguire Pad B. Submitted as informational items: Gas Well Pad Site (GWPS) Permit Application (Gas Well Pad Site Permits and Gas Well Permits are approved administratively after the SUP is approved by Town Council. The GWPS permit is included in the packet as an informational item only but may be referenced in a motion for approval.) Lease Name: Maguire B Unit on Maguire South pad. Location: 1850 Sam School Road. The subject property is located between Sam School Road and Hwy. 114, south of the Marriott hotel. Property Owner: Maguire Partners Developer/Operator: Range Production Company Zoning: PD - 1 Proposed Use(s): Rural Gas Well Pad Site (rural X1000 feet). By ordinance, a Rural Gas Well Pad Site contains a Drill Zone that is located more than 1,000 feet from a Protected Use at the time of the filing of a Gas Well Pad Site Permit application. By ordinance, a Protected Use is defined as a habitable structure, Religious Institution, Public Building, Healthcare Facility, School or Public Park (note: parks do not include trails and the trail near this proposed GWPS is a private trail). This term does not apply to accessory building, garages, hangars, or storage buildings. The applicant intends to develop the site to drill an unknown number of gas wells. Ordinance 654 Page 6 of 13 Phasing: At this time, only one (1) well will be drilled and data gathered to determine the optimum number of wells to be drilled in the future for this site, i.e. - The initial gas well on this pad site will be one of possibly several drilled over time (time period not determined).The applicant is submitting a Gas Well Pad Site SUP application for approval and concurrently submitted for administrative review, the related Gas Well Pad Site Permit application. The SUP submittal includes a Site Plan outlining all equipment and vehicle parking and storage areas to be used in the drilling phase and a Site Plan showing all equipment and parking areas to be used in the production phase. (See attached site plan, Exhibit T from the GWPS application). If this SUP application is approved, this would also amend the PD Site Plan for the existing PD -1 zoning district. The Town's official records reflecting this Gas Well Pad Site, its access routes, and any other conditions of the SUP (if approved) may impact future PD -1 zoning district development in and around this pad site. II. STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS (Staff recommends approval of the Gas Well Pad Site SUP for the Maguire B Unit Pad, located in the PD -1 zoning district, subject to the following comments, stipulations, and/ or conditions: 1. Platting The applicant represents that all conditions of zoning for PD -1 that affect the GWPS site plan and platting for this property have been met. However, the parcel included in the SUP application, on which the GWPS will be located, is not currently platted. The applicant has stated that this parcel will not be sold nor sub -divided; but only leased from the surface owner. We are advised that this is not an uncommon practice in the natural gas industry and that other area municipalities allow Gas Well Pad Sites to be permitted on unplatted property. To prevent any possible future subdivision of the parent tract from the SUP tract which will contain the GWPS, this status as non -subdivided property will be researched and reviewed during the annual renewal process for the GWPS and Gas Well permits. If there is any change of ownership or division of property within each one year permit time period, the GWPS tract must be re -platted to reflect this change of ownership and subdivision of property. 2. Traffic Management Plan Primary access to the proposed site will be off of Sam School Road and Solana Blvd. See attached Exhibit A from the SUP application). Ordinance 654 Page 7 of 13 A separate road maintenance agreement between the Operator and the Town of Westlake for access and use of public right-of-way by the Operator is required prior to issuance of a Gas Well Pad Site permit. 3. Structures and Protected Uses within 1,000' The proposed GWPS meets the setback requirements of a Rural GWPS. (As shown in Exhibit B from the SUP application). A list of all property owners and their addresses has been provided by the applicant as required by ordinance. There are no Westlake properties containing a Protected Use within 1,000 feet of proposed Drill Zone. There is a Protected Use located in Tarrant County but outside the Town of Westlake and Southlake borders. It is 890' from the Drill Zone. Staff has contacted this property owner and they have no objections to the location of the GWPS. The proposed GWPS is located in close proximity to the border of Southlake and some Southlake roadways but they are no longer included in the Traffic Management Plan. There are no Protected Uses in Southlake that are within 1,000 feet of the Drill Zone. (While the Town does not have the authority to enforce Westlake zoning requirements relative to development in Southlake, as a courtesy, staff has sent a copy of this staff report to Southlake staff for dissemination to their citizens, if they wish to do so). 4. Private Road/ Driveway for access to the Gas Well Pad Site. The applicant has shown a cross section of the roadway to consist of 6" of reclaimed asphalt over 6" of lime stabilized subgrade (shown in attached Exhibit C from the SUP application). The first 50 feet of the private roadway from the edge of Sam School Road must be constructed of concrete or other Town approved paving surface. Additionally, as stated in the 2006 International Fire Code , since this private access road will also be the fire apparatus road for the GWPS, it shall be designed and maintained to support the imposed loads of fire apparatus and shall be surfaced so as to provide all weather driving capabilities at all times. The drive approach must be constructed as a permanent approach with a concrete culvert and stone or masonry faced headwalls. 5. Location of Vehicle Parking and Storage Areas. Ordinance 654 Page 8 of 13 Parking and storage areas are provided as required. (Shown on the attached Exhibit D from the SUP application). 6. Water Source and Other Public Utilities/ Water will be obtained from nearby fire hydrants and conveyed through temporary water lines laid on the surface and in culverts for road crossings. See Exhibits E & F 7. Water Storage Facilities Including On-site Retention Ponds No on-site water storage facilities are proposed. The applicant has indicated that they will obtain all water for this Gas Well Pad Site from the Town of Westlake, to the extent that the Town can provide it. 8. One Hundred (100) Year Flood Plain No portion of the proposed Gas Well Pad Site is located within the One Hundred (100) Year Flood Plain. 9. Grading and Drainage 1 Erosion Control The applicant's submitted site plan shows no on-site detention or retention. The increase in run-off caused by the installation of compacted materials in the Gas Well Pad Site area will result in an increase of approximately 5cfs, which should not have any negative impact on adjacent properties. The application shows maximum slopes of 2:1 which exceed the ordinance limitation of 3:1. The applicant has indicated that this steeper slope not only preserves trees but is needed in order to contain the land disturbance within the area allowed by their lease. Staff is recommending that native or dark colored rock or other approved material be utilized to adequately address erosion and maintenance concerns. This installation is to be approved by town staff. Erosion control materials for the GWPS development process will be field approved after installation. Installation of erosion control systems will be in accordance with recognized industry standards and practices. 10. Screening and Landscape Plan (see attached Exhibit I from the SUP application). This SUP submittal is based on this site being classified as a Rural Gas Well Pad Site (GWPS) as mentioned above in the Proposed Use section of this staff report. The regulating ordinance provides that Rural Gas Well Pad Sites may be allowed to delay all or part of its landscape and screening wall installation as Ordinance 654 Page 9 of 13 approved by the Town Council provided a specific time schedule is established and approved as a part of the Specific Use Permit application. Further, while if screening is required, it can be approved by the Town Council (as a part of the SUP) as wrought iron with masonry columns, which the applicant has proposed. Also, the landscape and screening wall installation for a Rural GWPS can be required immediately by the Town upon the Final Platting or issuance of a building permit for a Protected Use located on any property within the setback requirements for High Impact or Urban Gas Well Pad Sites. For the Drilling phase, the applicant has proposed installing a temporary chain link perimeter fence with all weather screening for a period not to exceed one year after completion of the first well. No additional landscaping is proposed during this time frame. Upon expiration of one year after completion of the first well, the applicant proposes installing a wrought iron fence with masonry columns and twenty-seven additional trees to serve as their permanent landscape and screening. The applicant is of the opinion that the location of this GWPS, situated among the large grove of existing trees and at a ground elevation significantly higher than the highway, will be better hidden from view by the installation of the less obtrusive wrought iron fence along with the strategic installation of twenty-seven additional trees, than by the installation of the masonry fence and layered landscape plan as detailed in the ordinance. It is the applicant's desire that this level of landscape be approved as the final landscape and screening plan even if development occurs within 1,400 feet of the Drill Zone. Staff understands that the operator has entered into an agreement with the property owner to plant additional trees as necessary to screen the site from view as seen from Hwy 114. Staff recommends that these additional trees to be planted be required as part of this SUP, however, planting can be delayed to sometime prior to issuance of the first Gas Well permit. This will allow time for the GWPS to be developed and a field assessment to be made to determine the screening needs, prior to planting the trees. For the initial Drilling phase there will be no fencing around the site as there will be personnel on location 24 dours per day during the drilling and completion operations.. The applicant shall install a temporary chain link fence with all- weather screening around the perimeter of the site immediately following the completion of the first well. The temporary fence may remain for a period not to exceed one year after completion of the first well. Upon expiration of the above time frame, not to exceed one year after completion of the first well, the applicant shall install a wrought iron fence with masonry Ordinance 654 Page 10 of 13 columns and the additional trees, as shown in the plans provided with the GWPS application, to serve as their permanent landscape and screening. 11. Tree preservation and Mitigation Plan The applicant has submitted a tree preservation/mitigation plan (see attached Exhibit J from the SUP application). The tree mitigation plan provided does not meet all of the mitigation requirements as established in the Town of Westlake code of Ordinances Section 98-48, Tree Replacement Requirements. However, the operator and town staff have worked out an accompanying tree mitigation agreement in which the operator will pay to the Town of Westlake $300,000 to be placed in the Reforestation Fund. The operator will pay $175,000 upon issuance of the Gas Well Pad Site Permit and first Gas Well Permit, $75,000 upon the issuance of the second Gas Well Permit, and $50,000 upon issuance of the third Gas Well Permit. The above stated fees are in lieu of planting replacement trees on site on a caliper inch per caliper inch basis. The Reforestation Fund may be used to cover costs associated with planting, maintaining, or preserving trees anywhere within the town. Staff feels that the tree reforestation fund contribution will be of greater benefit to Town of Westlake overall than the replanting of additional trees on this heavily wooded site. 12. Site Security Plan The applicant has submitted a site security plan (see attached Exhibit K from the SUP application). The site will be occupied 24 hours a day until the first well is completed. Following the completion of the first well, the applicant is proposing a temporary chain link fence with all-weather screening around the entire GWPS until the site is fully drilled or one year following completion of the first well, at which time a permanent fence will be installed. Applicant shall provide Knox locks for all gates. 13. Noise Management Plan The applicant submitted an exhibit from The Environmental and Natural Resources Group, Inc. (see attached Exhibit L from the SUP application). The exhibit shows the ambient noise levels as measured at various times and calculated or recorded in various methods to establish the pre -drilling sound levels observed at the site. The applicant does not anticipate that the site will be in close enough in proximity to adjacent uses to warrant the use of any noise mitigation, but they are prepared to install and use them if the measured levels exceed those outlined in the code. Approval of this SUP and renewal of all related permits is contingent upon the operator complying with Town ordinances regulating noise. Ordinance 654 Page 1 1 of 13 14. Outdoor Lighting Plan Applicant revised notes on drawings as requested by Town staff for clarification of the lighting details. An additional sheet was added to the exhibit regarding the fixtures heights as requested. While the applicant states that all luminaries shall be shielded according to state and federal safety laws, they must also comply with the Town's outdoor lighting requirements as found in Section 102-207 and in the PD -1 requirements for outdoor lighting (see attached Exhibit M from the SUP application). The applicant stated that lights are labeled on the rig and will be used only when necessary to meet state and federal safety regulations. Applicant shall provide shielding and or alteration of the lighting as, directed by Town staff, to comply with the Town's lighting ordinances to the degree possible without unduly compromising the safety of the workers. 15. Dust Mitigation Plan Town staff requested that the applicant identify the dust suppression material to be applied. The applicant noted that the material to be used is Soil Sement. The MSDS for this material is also included in the revised exhibit. Applicant shall provide dust control methods and maintenance schedules as directed by Town staff to adequately mitigate dust migration. Town staff will monitor the site and will determine if dust mitigation efforts are adequate for the various climatic conditions and traffic loads. 18.Waste Disposal Plan Waste from this site will be trucked off-site at least monthly and the on-site dumpster will be located within a lined area enclosed by a by a 1' high berm as shown on the site plan, located within the landscaping/screening plan referenced above. 17.Telemetry Equipment No telemetry equipment has been identified on the drawings nor will they be necessary since the equipment will be cellular. For clarification, it was noted that no towers will be necessary and thus none will be permitted on site without a site plan amendment. 18. Water Wells Ordinance 654 Page 12 of 13 No fresh water wells will be drilled on this GWPS. There are no records of any water wells in Westlake within 1,000 feet of the Drill Zone. 19. Pipelines Applicant indicates pipelines to tie this GWPS into a gas transmission line will run from SH 114 to the north side of the GWPS. All pipelines related to the drilling or production operations will be approved and permitted by the Town prior to being installed. 20. Adjacent Property Owners Applicant states there are no protected uses inside the corporate limits of Westlake within 1,000' of the drill zone of this GWPS and thus, no adjacent property owner consent forms are necessary for this SUP application. The attached referenced exhibits are hereby incorporated into this staff report. In any place where the staff report is different from an exhibit the staff report shall be the governing document. 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The well pad will be located between Sam School Road and State Highway 114. The area where the well pad will be situated as well as areas north and south of the proposed well pad are heavily wooded. A reasonable effort has been made to avoid as many protected trees as possible. However, due to the nature of the site (i.e., heavily wooded with varied terrain) many protected trees cannot be avoided. Per Section 98.47, a total of 730 protected trees were located within the project boundary. The caliper of these protected trees was determined by the diameter of the trunk measured at four and one-half feet above the ground (Diameter at Breast Height jDBHj) for a tree having a diameter of at least six inches. For multi -trunk trees, the DBH was calculated by adding half the diameter of each additional trunk to the diameter of the largest trunk. Table 1 below provides a summary of the protected trees within the project boundary, protected trees to be removed/preserved, and trees to be planted as part of the landscape plan (replacement trees). Additionally, Sheet 1 of 2 in Attachment A shows the location of all protected trees which are to be removed as well as the project boundary and limits of construction. Due to the high density of protected trees within the project boundary, individual tree calipers and common/scientific names could not be labeled on the exhibits. However, all trees and their critical root zones are clearly shown on the exhibits in Attachment A. Table 1 in Attachment B provides details on individual tree calipers and common and scientific names for the trees to be removed/preserved. 5751 KROGER DRiv SUITF t I8.5 - KLLLER, TEXAS 76244 i PELOTONLAN D.COM V_ Ln ai u ru C C_ 0 Page 2 of 2 Table 1. Existina and Reolacement Tree Summary Trees (Existing and Proposed) Number of Trees 1 Diameter Inches (DBH) Total Protected Trees within Project Boundary 730 6,721 Total Protected Trees Removed within Project Boundary 707 6,509 Total Protected Trees Preserved within Project Boundary 23 212 Total Trees to be Planted with Landscaping (3" Trees) 2 231 693 1 See attached detaiW spreadsheet (Table 1, Attachment 8) for individual tree tali per and common and scientific names of trees to be removed and preserved. 2 See landscape plan (Exhibit 1) for individual tree caliper and common and scientific names of trees to be planted. As summarized in Table 1 above 6,721 diameter inches of protected trees are located within the project boundary, of these diameter inches 6,509 diameter inches will be removed. Approximately 212 diameter inches will be preserved adjacent to the well pad, but within the project boundary and an additional 693 diameter inches of 3" trees will be planted as part of the landscape plan (see Exhibit I & Exhibit!). Prior to construction protected trees within the project boundary that are being preserved will be flagged with bright fluorescent vinyl tape wrapped around the main trunk at a height of four feet or more, such that the tape is visible to workers operating construction equipment. Additionally, for protected trees directly adjacent to the construction where construction equipment could infringe on their root system, protective fencing will be placed between the protected trees and the construction activity. Protective fencing will be sufficient for the trees to be protected adjacent the well pad and no Ln bark protection will be needed. Sheet 2 of 2 in Attachment A provides a graphic tree exhibit showing i° as the tree being removed/preserved as well as methods of protection (i.e., protective fencing). This exhibit also shows the trees that are to be flagged prior to construction. 0 The trees considered as preserved have a minimum of 75 percent of the critical root zone being maintained at undisturbed natural grade and no more than 25 percent of the critical root zone will be removed due to construction encroachment. Please let me know if you have any questions or if you need any additional information to complete your review of the project. Feel free to contact me at the phone numbers below or via e-mail at chris.hamilton@pelotoniand.com. Sincerely, L44t_�' //Ov� Chris Hamilton, CWB° Peloton Land Solutions Office: 817.562.3350 x232 Cell: 817.880.5045 i7j] KR OG'ER DPNE 7U!TL 185 KELLER, TEXAS, 16244 1 $17,501.3310 PELOTONLAN D.COM RANGE PRODUCTION COMPANY MAGUIRE SOUTH 16' UNIT PAD GAS DRILLING & PRODUCTION SPECIFIC USE PERMIT APPLICATION Nr v y EXHIBIT M OUTDOOR LIGHTING PLAN RANGE PRODUCTION COMPANY EXHIBIT M All luminaries shall be shielded unless specifically exempted by town staff. No light shall shine more than 300' from the pad site in any direction. zr Ln Light LT -3 is 28' . Lights D & E are 20)-1099. Lights on MIZ: 8 400 Watt MH (halogen) in sub base 10 4' Fluorescent 120 volt on derrick 3 4' Fluorescent 120 volt on doghouse 2 2'. Square 250 watt on dog housd, 8 Round 400 watt MH (halogen),on Pit 2 Square 4' Fluorescent 120 volt; 400 watt, on. mud Douse 2 4' Fluorescent 120 volt in and house 12 4' Fluorescent 120 volt in motor shed 2 4' Fluorescent 120 volt in parts house 2 4' Fluorescent 120 volt on bottom dog house 2 Rectangular 250 watt (short halogen) on top dog house 1 4' Fluorescent 120 volt on end of Diesel Tank 4 3'. 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Net Amount: $96.48 THE STATEMT1q_5 "F xl `A S County of Tar p SENO Tort 0� Before me, a I `.,F­�. the Star -Telegram, published that the attached clipping of an (817) 215-2323 `HOZ`1t\tttir`f'! j ,� •, ar�P tib •,� Z C) ' �t co i •.;EXP1Rti�•°� �� tltt and State, this day personally appeared Deborah Baylor Norwood, Bid and Legal Coordinator for i, Inc. at Fort Worth, in Tarrant County, Texas; and who, after being duly swum, did depose and say published 'in the above named paper on the listed dates: BIDS & LEGAL DEPT. STAR TELEGRAM C"' �' -'Z' SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO BEFORE ME, THIS Monday, Notary Public Thank You For Your Payment Remit To: Star -Telegram Customer ID: TOW27 P.O. Box 901051 FORT WORTH, TX 76101-2051 Customer Name: TOWN OF WESTLAKE Invoice Number: 314345541 Invoice Amount: $96.48 P.O. 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