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02-11-19 PZ Min 14) T H E T O Pi N O F WESTLAKE MINUTES OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION MEETING February 11, 2019 PRESENT: Commissioners Michelle Lee, Liz Garvin, Ken Kraska, Kim Morris, and Sharon Sanden ABSENT: Tim Brittan OTHERS PRESENT: Town Manager Amanda DeGan, Town Attorney Matthew Butler, Director of Planning Ron Ruthven, Administrative Assistant to the Town Secretary Tanya Morris, Development Coordinator Nick Ford, Director of Communications Ginger Awtry, Fire Chief Richard Whitten, and Deputy Fire Chief John Ard Work Session 1. CALL TO ORDER Commissioner Lee called the work session to order at 5:00 p.m. 2. STANDING ITEM: PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION OF DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS PER JANUARY 2019 REPORT. Director Ruthven provided a presentation over the following items: Entrada: Starbucks permit issued and picked up, Starbucks slab to be poured this week or next, construction timeline for Starbucks and retail corner, Tower production to begin within the next month, construction materials of Tower, restaurant building A and parking garage for that area scheduled for completion in September, pedestrian bridge scheduled completion for June, Plaza Mayor building permit will be issued soon, still P&Z Minutes 02/11/19 Page 1 of 6 waiting for approval on amphitheater relocation and possibility of structure change, residential and commercial buildings near CVS waiting for approval, and proposed restaurants. The Knolls: Path for streets have been cut, working on grading streets and utilities, and the fencing around the conservation area. Fire station: Construction complete and open house scheduled for March 23, 2019. Charles Schwab: Phase II permits issued and moving construction staging area, Phase II scheduled for 2020, Phase I should be complete by this summer, and Phase I Certificate of Occupancy expected in the fall. Hillwood: Schwab Way still under construction. 3. ADJOURNMENT Commissioner Lee adjourned the work session at 5:11 p.m. Regular Session 1. CALL TO ORDER Commissioner Lee called the regular session to order at 6:01 p.m. 2. DISCUSSION AND CONSIDERATION OF THE MINUTES FROM THE MEETING HELD ON JANUARY 14, 2018. Item removed from agenda due to incorrect date posted. 3. CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDER A RECOMMENDATION OF APPROVAL OF A FINAL PLAT FOR A 4.986-ACRE PORTION OF LAND GENERALLY LOCATED SOUTH OF HIGHWAY 114 AND EAST OF WESTLAKE PARKWAY, ALSO KNOWN AS FIDELITY INVESTMENTS ADDITION PHASE IV. Director Ruthven provided a presentation and overview of the item. Commissioner Lee opened the public hearing. No one addressed the commission. Commissioner Lee closed the public hearing. P&Z Minutes 02/11/19 Page 2of6 MOTION: Commissioner Kraska made a motion to approve the Final Plat for Fidelity Investments Phase IV. Commissioner Sanden seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 5-0. 4. CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDER A RECOMMENDATION OF PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, ESTABLISHED BY ORDINANCE 747, ADDING PROVISIONS FOR URBAN LIGHTING ZONES. Director Ruthven and Robin McCaffrey, Mesa Planning, provided a presentation and overview regarding proposed lighting updates. Discussion ensued regarding the clarification of where the light levels would increase, additional light to the perimeter of the Town, no changes to current lighting, Dove Road lighting improvement, and changes to the lighting along the regional roadway. Commissioner Lee opened the public hearing. No one addressed the commission. Commissioner Lee closed the public hearing. MOTION: Commissioner Garvin made a motion to approve the amendments to the Comprehensive Plan adding provisions for Urban Lighting Zones. Commissioner Kraska seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 5-0. S. CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDER RECOMMENDATION OF A PROPOSED ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE AMENDING CHAPTER 102, "ZONING"ARTICLE 6 -PERFORMANCE STANDARDS", DIVISION 2 "OUTDOOR LIGHTING", SECTIONS 102-206 THROUGH 102-24 BY PROVIDING FOR NEW DEFINITIONS AND NEW STANDARDS FOR OUTDOOR LIGHTING. Director Ruthven and Coordinator Ford provided a presentation and overview of the item. Discussion ensued regarding current lighting that does not conform to the proposed ordinance, bollards verse tall lighting, and applying proposed standards to both commercial and residential. Commissioner Lee opened the public hearing. No one addressed the commission. Commissioner Lee closed the public hearing. I P&Z Minutes 02/11/19 Page 3of6 MOTION: Commissioner Sanden made a motion to approve the amendments to Chapter 102 regarding Outdoor Lighting. Commissioner Garvin seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 5-0. 6. CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDER A RECOMMENDATION OF PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, ESTABLISHED BY ORDINANCE 747, ADDING PROVISIONS FOR CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT. Director Ruthven and Robin McCaffrey, Mesa Planning, provided an overview of the item. Discussion ensued regarding examining and amending comprehensive plan as a whole instead of in sections, current comprehensive plan housing plan diversity, density limit on cluster development, qualifications for cluster development, density to remain the same, affiliation with this item and item 7 on the agenda, and timetable for overall comprehensive plan review. Commissioner Lee opened the public hearing. David Elmer, 2017 Bantry Drive, Keller, spoke in opposition. Commissioner Lee closed the public hearing. MOTION: Commissioner Kraska made a motion to deny the item; commission prefers that this be done as a holistic approach to updating the comprehensive plan. Commissioner Morris seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 5-0. 7. CONDUCT A PUBLIC HEARING AND CONSIDER A RECOMMENDATION OF PROPOSED ORDINANCE REGARDING A ZONING CHANGE REQUEST FROM R-5 COUNTRY RESIDENTIAL TO PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT NUMBER 7 (PD7) FOR AN APPROXIMATELY 37.8-ACRE PORTION OF LAND GENERALLY LOCATED EAST OF PEARSON LANE AND SOUTH OF ASPEN LANE, TO INCLUDE PRIMARILY SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL USES, INCLUDING A REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF A CONCEPT PLAN AND DEVELOPMENT PLAN, AND A SPECIFIC USE PERMIT FOR PRIVATE STREETS. Director Ruthven and Robin McCaffrey, Mesa Planning, provided an overview of the item. Paul Pastore, Jay Reed, and Justin Helms, Waterside Properties, provided a presentation. I P&Z Minutes 02/11/19 Page 4 of 6 Clay Nelson, C.A. Nelson Architect Group, provided an overview of a cluster plan development. David Evans, Cooper Aerobics, spoke regarding possible partnership with Waterside Properties and Spencer Ranch. Paul Pastore, Waterside Properties, spoke regarding meeting with Tim Brittan and addressing concerns of neighboring residents. Discussion ensued regarding proposed density, possibility of lots being combined, square footage ranges for each home, price point for proposed homes, brownstones layout, height of brownstones — 25' setback and grading of golf course in regard to the aesthetics, square footage range of brownstones, entrances/exit off of Aspen Lane and Pearson Lane, parking in related to density, wellness center parking, and conceptional plan of wellness center. Commissioner Lee opened the public hearing. The following people spoke in favor of the item: Bob Whittman, 2326 Cedar Elm Terrace; Bryant Fischer, 4050 Aspen Lane; Paul Marciano, 1805 St. Philip Avenue, Clay Nelson, C.A. Nelson Architect Group; Matt Rose, 1110 Post Oak Place; Jeff Watson, 1719 Wisteria Way; and Joe Schneider, Hillwood Properties. Twenty nine letters in favor from Bill Cassidy, Bill Greenwood, Brad Harris, Charles Carlson, Charles Honea, Charlie Morse, Charlie Stewart, Dan Norman, Dan and Sandy Huff, Tyler C. Cooper, MD, MPH, Frank Lammons, Freddy and Deborah Lyons, Gary Hazelwood, Jim Shindler, Jimmy Tinsley, John Kuelbs, John Miller, John Shea, John Vassallo, Ken Beam, Larry Beard, Leroy Hess, Murphy Markham, Scott Cruickshank, Steve Titcomb, Terry Horton, Todd Armstrong, Tony Dawson, and Wayne Stoltenberg. The following people spoke in opposition of the item: Anne Skipper, 2025 Bantry Drive, Keller. Four letters in opposition from Bruce and Mary Jo Pierce, Dave Elmer, Jim and Donna Dettbarn, and Nancy and William Shull. Todd Huizinga, Vaquero Club, spoke with concerns regarding traffic in relation to proximity of golf cart paths. Rich DeOtte, DeOtte Inc., spoke in regards to traffic study, history of developments in Westlake and the surrounding area, and spoke in favor of the item. Commissioner Lee closed the public hearing. Discussion continued regarding affected school districts, uniqueness of development, proposed setbacks, current R-5 zoning with home on property — impact on increasing to proposed 68 homes, proposed density of cluster, Pearson Lane street widening would be Keller responsibility, utilities infrastructure and responsibility would be on developer. P&Z Minutes 02/11/19 Page 5 of 6 8. ADJOURNMENT There being no further business to come before the Commissioners, Chairman Lee asked for a motion to adjourn. MOTION: Commissioner Sanden made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Commissioner Kraska seconded the motion. The motion carried by a vote of 5-0. Chairman Lee adjourned the meeting at 8:38 p.m. APPROVED BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION ON MARCH 11, 2019. ATTEST: Cop6missioner, Michelle Lee (— b M,)&,L- M�W a ya Morris, ssistant to the Town Secretary I P&Z Minutes 02/11/19 Page 6of6