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Res 10-43 Approving a Site Plan for Westlake Corners North Subdivision TOWN OF WESTLAKE RESOLUTION 10-43 A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS, APPROVING A PLANNED DEVELOPMENT SITE PLAN FOR THE PROPERTY ADDRESSED AS 2301 S.H. 377, BEING LOT 1, BLOCK 1, OF THE WESTLAKE CORNERS NORTH SUBDIVISION LOCATED IN THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS. WHEREAS, The Planning and Zoning Commission reviewed the application for the above referenced Planned Development Site Plan on November 29, 2010, and voted unanimously to recommend that the Town Council approve the application subject to the comments and recommendations contained in the staff report: and, WHEREAS, the Town Council finds that the passage of this Resolution is in the best interest of the citizens of Westlake. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS: SECTION 1: That, all matters stated in the Recitals hereinabove are found to be true and correct and are incorporated herein by reference as if copied in their entirety. SECTION 2:That the Town of Westlake Town Council does hereby approve the Planned Development Site Plan, attached as Exhibit "A", subject to the comments and recominendations contained in the Staff Report, attached as Exhibit "B". SECTION 3: If any portion of this Resolution shall, for any reason, be declared invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, such invalidity shall not affect the remaining provisions hereof and the Council hereby determines that it would have adopted this Resolution without the invalid provision. SECTION 4: That this resolution shall become effective from and after its date of passage. PASSED AND APPROVED ON THIS 13TH DAY OF DECEMBER 2010. Laura/L. Wheat, Mayor Resolution 10-43 Page 1 of 2 OF . 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CASE INFORMATION Case No(s): SP- 11- 01- 2010 Date: 12/01/2010 Request: The applicant is requesting approval of a Planned Development Site Plan in order to develop a piece of property and construct a convenience store 1 gas station. Project Name: Quick Trip. Location: 2301 Hwy 377. The subject property is located in the Westlake Corners North subdivision, a triangular parcel at the Northwest corner of S.H. 170 and S.H. 377 in the PD 3-11 zoning district. The Western boundary of this land abuts the rail road tracks and Fort Worth city limits. The South and East boundaries abut Highway Right-of-way. The abutting property to the North is also zoned PD 3-11. Zoning: PD- 3-11 Proposed Use(s): Convenience Store and Gas station, both uses are allowed by right in this zoning district. II. STAFF REVIEW COMMENTS 1. Platting The preliminary and final plats have been approved and will be filed following the approval of this Site Plan. A minor adjustment to the plats will be necessary to accommodate some relocated parking spaces. These changes will be approved administratively by the Town Engineer. 2. Landscaping The applicant is proposing to provide the number of trees required by ordinance but is seeking a variance to allow them to place the trees some place other than in the Town Edge Landscape Zone. (Preferred Landscape Plans) Some trees could be planted between the store and the rail road Page 1 of 3 Resolution 10-43 EXHIBIT B tracks to provide a visual and sound buffer. (Staff will coordinate with the developer on number and location of trees) The applicant has expressed interest in planting some trees off-site if the town has a need for landscaping along some new roadways or other public places. 3. Signs Monument signs. The monument signs proposed will require a variance. The ordinance allows monument signs for building less than 15,000 square feet to be a total of 50 square feet, including architectural features, with a sign face area of 20 square feet. The proposed signs are 60 square feet with 33.6 square feet faces. The signs will comply with all set back requirements. Based on the size and configuration of the property, the applicant desires to have two monument signs, one for each street frontage. Both signs are proposed to be the same size and configuration. Building facade signs. The signs on the building and the canopy are allowed to have an area equal to 6% of the fagade areas. The proposed are 9% of the building fagade. The maximum allowed sign square footage is 180, and the proposed is 361. It should be taken into consideration that the sign regulations for this zoning district were created from the perspective of each structure having a single street front. The proposed structure has two street frontages that the signage is being divided upon, and with the building being set back over 150 feet from the roadway significantly smaller signs would be ineffective. 4. Outdoor Lighting Plan While the applicant states that all luminaries will be shielded to comply with the Town's outdoor lighting requirements as found in Section 102-207, they feel that it will be necessary for security and safety purposes to illuminate the area under the canopy over the fuel pumps more than is allowed by ordinance. ( 20 foot candles allowed 27 foot candles proposed at the center most portion of the fueling area) The ordinance provides that it is an authorized exception to exceed the lighting limitations for security or safety purposes. The applicant has shown that all luminaries will be recessed or shielded so as to mitigate glare and spill-over lighting. 5. Building Articulation Vertical and horizontal articulation of the exterior facades is required to meet specific design criteria. The Proposed structure does not meet the design articulation criteria on all facades. However, three of the four facades exceed minimum ordinance requirements. Page 2 of 3 Resolution 10-43 EXHIBIT B III. STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS Staff recommends approval of the Planned Development Site Plan application with the following stipulations: 1. Outdoor lighting. After the installation of the outdoor lighting the applicant must agree to adjust or shield any light fixture found to adversely impact neighboring properties or glare excessively as viewed from adjacent properties or right-of- ways. 2. Speakers at the fuel pumps. There shall be no continuous music or advertisement played through speakers at the pump island. The speakers are to be used only for customer service purposes and shall be set at a volume such that they cannot be heard at the property line above the ambient noise levels. 3. Trash receptacles. A trash receptacle shall be placed near each customer entrance. The trash receptacles must be of a design compatible with the architecture of the building. 4. Shopping center monument sign. A monument sign placed at the corner of the lot nearest the intersection of Hwy 170 and Hwy 377 used solely to identify the shopping center as Westlake Corners may be installed by the owner. Such sign will not be counted against the number of monument signs allowed on this lot or other lots in the subdivision. 5. Second monument advertising sign. The allowance of a second monument sign advertising the convenience store on this lot shall not count against the total number of monument signs allowed on any other lot in this subdivision. 6. Bollards along the store front. The elimination of a curb along the sidewalk around the store and the addition of bollards shall only be allowed if satisfactory evidence is presented to town staff showing that this design is mandated by state or federal jurisdictions. Page 3of3 Resolution 10-43