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Ord 49 Adopting Comprehensive Zoning Districts and MapORDINANCE NO. 49 TOWN OF WESTLAKE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE OF 1972 AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TO BE KNOWN AS THE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE, PROVIDING FOR ZONING REGULATIONS AND USE DISTRICTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH A COMPRE- HENSIVE PLAN, WHICH, TOGETHER WITH THE ZONING MAP, WILL CONSTITUTE THE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE; PROVIDING A PENALTY OF FINE NOT TO EXCEED $200.00 FOR EACH OFFENSE; AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. WHEREAS, the governing body, after considering the recommendations of the.Zoning Commission, made after the holding of a joint public hearing as provided by Ordinance and after issuing notices and holding a public hearing and affording every person whose property was affected or who had any interest in the matter a free and fair opportunity to be heard, finds that the Ordinance represents the best judgment of the Zoning Commission and will promote the public health, safety and welfare of the people; NOW, THERE- FORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS ARTICLE I. TITLE, DESIGNATION AND GENERAL PROVISIONS. SECTION 1. This ordinance shall be known as the Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance of the Town of Westlake of 1972. SECTION 2. Purpose The zoning regulations and districts, as herein established, have been made in accordance with a comprehensive plan for the purpose of promoting health, safety, morals and general welfare of the community. They have been designed to lessen congestion in the streets; to secure safety from fire, panic and other dangers; to provide adequate light and air; to prevent the overcrowding of land; to avoid undue concentra- tion of population; to facilitate the adequate provision of transportation, water, sewages and other public requirements. They have been made with reasonable consideration, among other things, of the character of the district and its peculiar suitability for the particular uses and with a view of con -- serving the value of buildings and encouraging the most appro- priate use of land.throughout the community. SECTION 3. Definitions: The following words shall, for the purpose of this ordinance, have the meaning here applied, viz: GENERALLY, words used in the present tense include the future, words in the singular number include the plural, words in the plural include the singular, the word "building„ includes the word "structure," the word "shall" is mandatory and not directory. AN ACCESSORY BUILDING is a building subordinate to the main A building on a lot and used for purposes customarily incidental to those of the main building. AN ALLE,-r is a public right--of--tray or thoroughfare which affords only a secondary means of access to abutting property, A BUILDING is any structure built for support, shelter, or enclosure of persons, animals, chattels, records, or other movable property and when separated in a manner sufficient to prevent fire, each portion of such building shall be deemed a separate building. A COURT is an open unoccupied space other than a yard, on the same lot «rith a building and which is bound on two or more sides by the building. A CLINIC is a group of offices for one or more physicians, surgeons or dentists engaged in treating the sick or injured, but not including rooms for patients. A DUPLEX is a detached building having separate accommoda- tions for and occupied by not more than two families A FAMILY is one or more individuals living together as a singe housekeeping unit, as distinguished from a group occu- pying a boarding house, lodging house fraternity house or hotel. A GARAGE, attached, is a garage which has one or more walls common with the principal building on a lot or which is attached to the principal building by an enclosed porch, 1. loggia, or passageway, the roof of which is a part or an 9 R extension of the roof of the principal building and for the purpose of the height and, as regulations of those ordin- ances, such a garage is to be considered a part of the principal building. A detached garage is a garage existing separate and apart from the main building, but situated on the same lot, tract or parcel of land with the main building. HEIGHT is the height of a building or portion thereof, meas- ured from the mean leavel of the groundsurrounding the build- ing to the highest point of the roof's surface, if a flat surface; to the deck line of mansard roofs; or to the mean height level between eaves and ridge for hip and gable roofs. In measuring the height of a building, parapet walls not ex- ceeding four feet in height, chimneys, cooling towers, orna- mental cupolas, domes or spires shall be excluded. A LOT is the parcel of land on which a principal building and its accessories are placed, together with the required open spaces. OCCUPANCY as used in this ordinance pertains to and is the purpose for which a 'building or land is used or intended to be used. Changes of occupancy is not intended to include change of tenants or proprietors. REPAIR is the reconstruction or renewal of any part of an existing building for the purpose of its maintenance. The work "repairs" shall apply to structural alterations. STANDARD MSONRY CONSTRUCTION in a Local Retail or Industrial area shall be constructed in accordance with the Building Code of the Town of Westlake. STORY means that portion of a building, between the surface of any floor and the surface of the floor next above, or, if there be no floor above, then the space between the ground floor and the ceiling next above. A HALF -STORY is 'the space under a sloping roof, which has the lige of intersection of roof decking and wall space not more than three feet above the top floor level. A half --story, containing an independent apartment or living quarters, shall be counted as a full story. i SIGNS shall mean outdoor advertising of a business located on the premises of the sign, but shall include outdoor advertis- ing billboards. STRUCTURAL ALTERATIONS means any change in any supporting member of a building, such as a bearing wall, column, parti- tion, beam or girder, or any change in the pitch or height of the roof. ARTICLE IV. "L" -- LOI1' DENSITY RESIDENTIAL DISMICT REGULATIONS SECTION 1. Use Regulations: In a Low Density Residential District, no land shall be used and no building shall be erected for or converted to any use, other than: a. One -family detached dwellings. b. Churches. C. Schools, including elementary schools, high schools, and institutions of higher education. d. Libraries, parks, playgrounds and comrnuni,ty centers owned and operated by the Town. e. Telephone exchanges. f. Temporary buildings necessary to neer construc- tion, provided they are razed and removed within thirty days after substantial completion of such new construction, or, failing completion of a new construction, then within sixty days from the commencement of such temporary construction. g. Fire stations. h. One attached or detached garage with two or more compartments, and which complies with all other require- metns as to locations and size. A detached private garage shall not occupy more than ten per cent (107o) of the area of the lot. i. Servant's quarters, or other necessary buildings, which, together with the garage, shall not exceed ten per cent (10%) of the total area of the lot in the aggregate. No accessory building shall be occupied as a place of abode or dwelling by anyone other than a bona fide servant actually and regularly employed by the occupant of the main building. SECTION 2. Building Regulations: a. Minimum Size - The minimum area of the main residential building shall be one thousand eight hundred (1,800) square feet, exclusive of garages, breezeways and servant quarters. b. Lot Size - The minimum area of the lot shall be twelve thousand (12,000) square feet.. SECTION 3. Setback Requirements: a. Front Yard (1) There shall be a front yard having a depth of not less_ than thirty (30) feet. (2) Where lots have double frontage, running through from, one street to another, the required front yard shall be provided on both streets. b. Side Yard - There shall be a side yard on each side of the lot having a width of not more than ten (10) feet or ten per cent (100) of the width of the lot at the building line: C. Rear Yard _ There shall be a rear yard having a depth of not less than twenty (20) feet. SECTION 4. Height No building or structure shall exceed two and one-half (2') stories or twenty-five (25) feet. SECTION 5. Parking Regulations: Off-street parking space shall be provided on the lot to accommodate two (2) motor cars for each dwelling unit, however, no supporting member of any garage, carport or other automobile storage structure shall be located within the required front yard or side yard. f. s,. SECTION 6. Area of Coverage: The main residential building, plus any garages or accessory buildings, shall not in the aggregate exceed thirty- five per cent (357o) of the area of the lot in size. ARTICLE V. felt' - HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT REGULATION'S SECTION 1. Use Regulations - In an "I -I" Residential. District, no land shall be used and no building shall be erected or converted to any use other than; a. Townhouses b. Duplexes c. Apartments SECTION 2. Building Regulations a. Area of Apartment Units - There shall be not less than two thousand one hundred eighty (2,130) square feet of land area in the lot or tract for each unit constructed thereon. b. Area of Duplex Units - There shall be not less than four thousand three hundred fifty-six (4,356) square feet of land area in the loi, or tract for each unit con- structed thereon. c. Area of Townhouse Units - There shall be not less than seven thousand two hundred (7,200) square feet of land area in the lot or tract for each unit constructed thereon. SECTION 3. Setback Requirements a. Front Yard - There shall be a front yard having a depth of thirty (30) feet. b. Side Yard - There shall be a side yard between each tract or lot, having a width of not less than fifteen (15) feet. C. Rear Yard -- There shall be a rear yard having a depth of not leas than fifteen (15) feet. SECTION 4. Height No building or structure sha11 exceed three (3) stories or thirty (30) feet. SECTION S. Parking Regulations There shall be provided facilities for off-street parking at a ratio of 1.75 parking spaces per living unit. SECTION G. Area of Coverage - The aggregate area of all buildings constructed on any one tract, lot or parcel in an "'H"" District shall not exceed thirty-five per cent (3517,,) of the total area of such tract, lot or parcel. SECTION 7. Additional Definitions a. An "Apartment" is a household unit in an apart- ment house designed, used or suitable for occupancy by one (1) or more persons. An "Apartment House" is a building designed or arranged for occupancy as a residence of two (2) or more families living independently of each other. b. A "Townhouse" is a single-family residence, attached - a dwelling designed or constructed for occupancy. by one family and which is joined to another dwelling unit at one or more sides by a party wall or abutting separate 1. wall and which is designed for occupancy by one family. ARTICLE VI. "L -R" --LOCAL RETAIL DISTRICT REGULATIONS SECTION 1. Use Regulations In an "L -R" Local Retail District, no land shall be used and no building shall be erected for or converted to any use, other than; a. Retail stores, offices, studios, personal service shops, financial institutions, telegraph and telephone offices, hotels, motels, restaurants, public garages, gasoline service stations, laundries and washaterias, municipal build- ings, clinics, and signs which in the opinion of the govern -- in; body do not create a nuisance or fire hazard against public safety. SECTION 2. Height Regulations The maximum height for the main building shall be two (2) stories, but not exceeding twenty-five (25) feet. SECTION 3. Area Regulations a. Front Yard - There shall be a front yard having a .depth of twenty --five (25) feet. b, Side Yard - There shall be a side yard, having a width of not less than fifteen (15) feet. C. Rear Yard - There shall be a rear yard having a depth of not less than fifteen (15) feet, i! d. Parking Regulations (1) Any building hereafter erected, altered or converted for Local Retail use shall provide off-street parking space at the following ratio: One (1) parking space for each permanent employee and one (1) parking space for each two hundred (200) square feet of floor space. (2) Where more than one building is located upon a lot, the parking requirements shall be based upon the total floor area of all such structures. (3) Professional offices shall provide off- street parking space at a ratio of one (1) parking space for each three --hundred (3 00) square feet of floor area. (4) Establishments for the sale of, and those for consumption on the premises of, food or refreshments, shall provide off-street parking space in the ratio of one (1) space for each two -hundred (200) square feet of floor space. (h) Off-street parking must be provided for the loading and unloading offreight and merchandise. ARTICLE VII "I" -- INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT REGULATIONS SECTION 1. Use Regulations In an Industrial District, no land shall be used and no building shall be erected for or converted to any use other than; Any use permitted in a Local Retail District and any lawful industrial business purpose, except permanent dwellings, junk yards and scrap metal storage, slaughter houses, animal fertilizer factories, manufacture or storage of gun powder, fireworks or other explosives, production or storage of garbage, offal, dead aninials or refuse, stocl yards, cemetaries or any other use which is obnoxious or offensive by reason of odor, dust, smoke, gas, or noise. SECTION 2. Height Regulations No building shall exceed three (3) standard stories in height or thirty (30) feet. When a building is located on a lot adjoining a Residential District, itshall not exceed one (1) standard story in height, unless it is set back one (1) additional foot from all required yard lines for each one (1) foot of additional height above such height limits SECTION 3. Area Regulations a . Lot -- The minimum area of the lot or tract upon which each building is erected in an "I" District shall be the equivalent of two (2) square feet for each square foot of floor space in such building. b. Front Yard - A front yard shall be required for an industrial use as follows: (1) When the street is less than sixty (60) feet in width, the structure shall be placed not less than fifty (50) feet from the center line of said street. (2) When the street is sixty (60) feet in width or more, the structure shall be placed not less than thirty-five (35) feet from the right-of-i7ay line of said street. (3) When the frontage of one side of a street within a block is partly in the Industrial District and partially in a more restricted district, the front yard shall conform to the front yard regulations of the more re- stricted district. c. Side Yard - A side yard of fifteen (15) feet shall be required for an industrial use. d. Rear Yard - A rear yard of fifteen (15) feet shall be required for an industrial use, except where a lot abuts a Residential District, in which event there shell be a rear yard on the rear of the lot equal to twenty (20) per cent of the depth of the lot, but in no tate shall a f required rear yard be less than fifteen (15) feet in depth. e. Parking regulations (1) Manufacturing, industrial and process- ing establi hnients, repair shops, warehouses, storage build- ings, lumber and supply yards, shall provide off-street park- ing space at a ratio of one (1) space for each three (3) employees. The maximum number of employees on duty at any time, day or eight, shall be the basis of determininc; parking requirements for any establishment. Vilhere the number of employees is indeterminate, off-street parking space shall be provided in a ratio of one (1) space for each one thousand (1,00€) square feet of floor area. (2) Industrial and manufacturing buildings shall provide and maintain off-street facilities for the load- ing of merchandise and goods within the building or on the lot and adjacent to a public alley or private service drive to facilitate the movement of traffic on the public streets. Such space shall consist of a minimum area of ten (10) feet by twenty-five (25) feet for each twenty thousand (20,000) square feet of floor space or fraction thereof in excess of three thousand (3,000) square feet in the building or on the lot used for storage purposes. f. Storage -- Buildings erected in an Industrial District shall provide for inside storage of raw materials, inventory, supplies, machinery and equipment or shall screen the same so that it is not visible from the public street, alley or sidewalk. ARTICLE V111. "SP" - SPECIAL USE PERMITS The Hoard of Aldermen of the Town may, after public hearing and proper notice to all parties affected, and after recommendation from the Zoning Commission containing such re- quirertients and safeguards as are necessary to protect adjoin- ing property, authorize by Ordinance the location of any use not provided for in this ordinance in any district under special use permits. Every special use permit granted under the provi- sions of this Article shall be considered as an amendment to the zoning ordinance as applicable to such property. In grant- ing such permit, the Board of Aldermen may impose conditions which shall be complied with by the grantee before certificate of occupancy may be issued by the building official for the use of the buildings on such property, pursuant to said special use.permit; and such conditions shall not be construed as conditions precedent to the granting of special use permit for the change in zoning of such property, but shall be construed as conditions precedent to the granting of the certificate of occupancy. The following are regulating measures which can be included in the consideration of a special use permit: 1. Parking stipulated as part of recommendation; 2. Site plan required in all applications; 3. Approval of means of ingress and egress; 4. Approval of building size and location; 5. Control of outside lighting and screening; C. Special setbacks and/or building lines; 7. Surfacing of park -ink; areas and drives; S. Installation of curbs and drainage structures; 9. Approval of use or uses Permitted; 10. Applications for building permits must be submitted within one (1) year from date of approval for the granting of a special use permit or the special use permit shall be null and void. ARTICLE IX. NONCONFORMING USES Any lawful use of property existing on the date of the adoption of this ordinance which does not conform to the regulations prescribed herein shall be deemed a nonconforming use and may be continued subject to such regulations as to the maintenance of promises and conditions of operations as may, in the judgment of the Board of Adjustment, be reasonably required for the protection of adjacent property. A noncon- forming use may be extended throughout an existing building provided no structural alterations, except those required by law or ordinance,shall be made therein, and, if no structural alterations are made, a nonconforming use of a building may be changed to another nonconforming use of the same or more re- stricted classification. A nonconforming use, if changed to a conforming use, may not thereafter be changed back to any nonconforming use. If a nonconforming use is discontinued for a period exceeding six months, such nonconforming use shall be deemed to have been abandoned and any future use thereof shall conform to the terms of this ordinance. ARTICLE X. PERMITS AND CERTIFICATES SECTION 1. It shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to commence the construction, enlarge- ment or structural. alteration of any building in the Town of Westlake, or using or occupying the same without first apply- ing for and securing a building permit, or to use or occupy the same without first securing a certificate of occupancy and compliance from the Town Secretary. Application shall be made on forms furnished by the Town Secretary. STRUCTURE is anything constructed or erected, the use of which requires permanent location on the ground or attached to something having a fixed location on the ground. NONCONFORMING USE means any building or land lawfully occupied For a use which does not conform with the use or regulations of the district in which it is situated. ACCESSORY CASE means a use customarily incident to the prin- cipal use. VISION CLEARANCE means a space left open and unobstructed by fences, structures, shrubs, trees or other plant life along streets at the corner in front of the bbilding line of lots contiguous to intersecting streets. YARD means an open space on the same lot with a building unoccupied and unobstructed by any portion of a structure from the ground upwards. FRONT YARD means an open unoccupied space on the same lot with a building situated between the front of the building and the street line of the lot. REAR YARD means a space, unoccupied except by an accessory building as hereinafter permitted, extending the full width of the lot between a line projected the full width of the lot along the rear wall of a main building and the rear lot line. S SIDE YARD ziieans an open, unoccupied space on the same lot with a building between the building and 'the side line of the lot and extending through from the street or from the front yard to the rear yard or to the rear lot line. SECTION 4. General provisions: Except as hereinafter provided, no building shall be constructed, reconstructed, erected, converted, enlarged or structurally altered, nor any building or land used which does not comply with all the regulations established by this ordinance in'the district in which such building or land is located. Except as hereinafter provided, no lot area shall be so reduced or diminished that the yards or other open spaces shall be smaller than herein prescribed. Except as hereinafter provided, no yard or other open space to be used in connection'with any building for the pur- pose of complying with the provisions of these regulations shall be considered as providing a yard or open space for any other building, nor shall a yard or other open space on adjoining property be considered as providing a yard or open space on a lot wherein a building is to be erected. Except as hereinafter provided, every building here- after erected or structurally altered shall be located on a lot as herein defined and in no case shall there be more than one main building and its accessory buildings on one lot, except as specifically provided herein for local retail and industrial distracts. In all residential and duplex areas, the main build- ings shall not exceed 35% of the area of the lot, estate or other land on which the same is situated. ARTICLE III. NEATLY ANNEXED TERRITORY SECTION 1. All territory annexed to the Town of Westlake hereafter shall be temporarily classified for Low Density Residential use purposes only, until permanently zoned by the governing body of the Town of Westlake. The Zoning Commission shall, as soon as practicable after annexa- tion of any territory to the Town of Westlake, institute proceedings 'on its own motion to give the newly annexed territory a permanent zoning, and the procedure to be followed shall be the same as is provided by law for the adoption of the original zoning regulations. SECTION 2. In an area temporarily classified for Low Density Residential purposes only, no permit for the con- struction of a building, other than authorized under such use district regulations, shall be issued until such permit has been specifically authorized by the governing body. ARTICLE XI. SPECIAL PARKING AND AREA REGLtUMONS AND EXCEPTIONS SECTION 1. Vision Clearance On any corner lot on which front and side yards are required, no wall, fence, structure, sign, tree, shrub or hedge may be maintained as to cause danger to traffic by obstructing the view and when topography prevents a clear view, this bank shall be removed. SECTION 2. Building Lines a. The front building line of the main dwell- ing hereafter constructed in Residential Districts, or altered in such manner as to change the position of such front build- ing line, shall be located the distance squired from the front lot line as may be required in the residential district in which, such dwellings are located. b. Open porches of dwellings may extend into the front yard a distance of ten (10) feet from the main line of the building. Cornices and eaves of the main building may project not more than three (3) feet into the front yard. SECTION 3. Lot Area On any lot separately owned on the date this ordin- ance becomes effective, a single-family dwelling may be erected even though such lot has less area than required by these regula- tions. SECTION 4. Location of Dwellings and Buildings only one main building for single -family or two- family use, with permitted accessory buildings, may be located upon a lot or unplatted tract. Every dwelling shall face or front upon a street or officially -approved place, other than ars alley, which means of access shall have a minimum width of fifty (54) feet. Where a lot or tract of land is used for local retail or industrial purposes, more than one main build- ing may be located upon the lot, but only when such buildings conform to all the open space, parking and density requirements applicable to the use and district, and when all such main buildings face upon a street or officially -approved place, other than an alley. Whenever two or more main buildings, or portions thereof, are placed upon a single lot or tract and such buildings will not face upon a street or officially - approved place, the same inay be permitted when the site plan for such development is approved by the Zoning Commission so as to comply with normal requirements for platting. ARTICLE XII. BOARD OF ADJUSTIFFENT SECTION 1. - It is the declared purpose of this ordinance that nonconforming uses be eliminated and be re- quired to conform to the regulations prescribed in the preced- ing Articles of this ordinance, having due regard for the property rights of the persons affected when considered in the light of the public welfare and the character of the area sur- rounding the designated nonconforming use and the conservation and preservation of property. The Board shall from time to time on its own motion, or upon cause presented by interested property owners, inquire into the existence, continuation or maintenance of any nonconforming use within the Town. SECTION 2. -- There shall be a Board of Adjustment consisting of five members, or as many as provided by law, appointed by the Board of Aldermen. It shall have all the powers granted by and be organized and controlled by the pro- visions of Section 7, Chapter 283, of the Laws of 1927 of the State of Texas and any amendments thereto. SECTION 3. -- When in its judgment the public con- venience and welfare will be substantially served, the Board of Adjustment may, in specific cases, after public notice and public hearing, require the discontinuance of nonconforming uses under any plan whereby the full value of the structure can be amortized within a definite period of time, taping into consideration the general character of the neighborhood and the necessity for all property to conform to the regulations of this ordinance. ARTICLE XIII. UNPLATTED PROPERTY SECTION 1. -- The Zoning; Commission of the Town of Westlake shall not approve any plat of any subdivision within. the Town limits of the Town of Westlake until the area covered by the proposed plat shall have been permanently zoned by the Board of Aldermen of the Town of Westlake. SECTION 2. - The Zoning Commission of the Town of Westlake shall not approve any plat of any subdivision within any area where a petition or ordinance for annexation or a recommendation for annexation to the Town of Westlake is pending before the Board of Aldermen. SECTION 3. - In the event the Zoning Commission holds a hearing; on proposed annexation, it may, at its dis- cretion, at the saiae time hold a hearing upon the permanent zoning that is to be given to the area or tract to be annexed, and mane a recommendation on both matters to the Board of Aldermen so that the Board can, if it desires, act on the matter of permanent zoning and annexation at the same time. ARTICLE XIV. ENFORCEMENT The provisions of this ordinance shall be admini- stered and enforced by the Town Secretary of the Town of Westlake, or such other person as may be designated by the Board of Aldermen. All applications for building permits shall be accompanied by a plat,in duplicate, drawn to scale, showing the actual dimensions of the lot to be built upon, the size of the building; to be erected, the use of the property and such other information as may be necessary .to provide for the enforcement of these regulations. A careful record of such applications and plats shall. be Rept in the office of the Town Secretary, or such other person as may be designated by the Board of Aldermen. ARTICLE XV. PENALTY OF VIOLATION Any person or corporation who shall violate any of the provisions of this ordinance or fail to comply therewith or with any of the requirements thereof, or who shall build or alter any building or use in violation of any detailed statement or plan submitted and approved hereunder, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction in the Municipal Court of the .Town of Westlake, shall be subject to a fine not to exceed Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00) for each offense, and each day such violation shall be permitted to exist shall constitute a separate offense. The owner or owners of any building or premises or part thereof, where anything in viola- tion of this ordinance shall be placed or shall exist, and any architect, builder, contractor, agent, person or corporation employed in connection therewith and who may have assisted in the commission of any such violations shall be guilty of a separate offense and, upon conviction, shall be fined as herein provided. L1 ARTICLE XVI. CHANGES AND AMENTI)MENTS SECTION 1. The governing body may from time to time amend, supplement, or change by ordinance the boundaries of the districts or the regulations herein establishes'. SECTION 2. - Before taking action on any proposed amendment, supplement or change, the governing; body shall sub- mit the sank to the City Zoning Commission for its recommends -- tion and report. SECTION S, - Public hearings shall be held only after notices required by the laws of the State of Texas shall have been given in the manner required by law. SECTION 4. The official zoning map of the Town of Westlake small be kept in the office of the Town Secretary. It shall be the duty of the Secretary, or such other person as may be designated by the governing body, to keep the official map current by entering on such snap any changes which the ,governing body may from time to time order by amendments to the zoning ordinance and map. The Secretary, upon the adopt- ion of this ordinance, shall affix a certificate identifying the map in his office as the official zoning map of the Town of Westlake. ARTICLE }XVII. IraT TnTTV If any Section, paragraph, subdivision, clause, phrase, or provision of this ordinance shall be adjudged invalid or held unconstitutional, the same shall not affect the validity* of this ordinance as a whole or any part or provision thereof, other than the part so decided to be invalid or unconstitutional. ARTICLE XVIII. REPEALING CLAUSE All ordinances or warts of ordinances in conflict with this ordinance or any part thereof are hereby repealed. ARTICLE XIX. WHEN EFFECTIVE This ordinance shall become effective immediately upon its passage and publication of the caption, as the law in such cases provides, and it is accordingly so ordained. DULY PASSED BY THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS, ON THE DAY OF,. , 1972. APPROVED: ]DULY ENROLLED_: SECRETARY APPROVED AS TO FORM: ATTORNEY m AL WILKIE 'L"D, FP[NISENvmESTPIf.C. Pr S -E X07. DALLAS, T ENP. ENP9 on July 10, 1972, 7:30 P.M., in the Guest House of the Circle T Ranch, Westlake, Texas, a joint meeting of the Zoning Commission and Board of Aldermen of the Town of Westlake, Texas, will be held to consider the adoption of a Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Westlake. This is to provide notice of a public hearing in relation thereto at which parties in interest and citizens shall have an opportunity to be heard. By Order of the Board of Aldermen Z� ZV_ Attest: — Town Secretary OFFICIAL NOTICE On July i0,1972. 7:30 P.M. in thj� Guest House v, f the Circle le T Rjnci), `:IV e Texas, , t 11 � sflaxe, Te , a ioin merino of tha Zoning 9 Commission and Board of Aldermen, Of the Town of \Vestlake Texas, will be held to consider V ­ adoption of a Conwrohtnsivc Zor6,q Ordinance for the Town of Westlake, This is to provide notice of a public hearing in relation thereto it A,hich narties in interest and citizens shall imv# an opportunity to be heard. By Order of the Board of Aldermen Attest: A. L. Odom Town Secretary lure 23, 1972, This is to certify that the above notice was published in the Denton Record -Chronicle on June 23, 1972. By: L Fred W. Patterson -(T-i-t e Assistant Publisher ft -AI rl January 31, 197 Denton Record. Chronicle P. 0. Box 369 Ston, Texas 7620 FPublication of Zoning Ordinance Town of Mestbadke Attachedherewith,, please find a copyof my letter of Advember 14, 1972, requesting publication o No. 49, a Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance of the Town of VIestlake. Please be advised that I have not received ny certified copyof this Fb.onWould 70U please furnish me vIth a copy of sane and re - nit your publication cost Yours 'WN OF'LA Wester F. Fo h , Assistant City Attorney bcc: Log Work File Town of Westlake ........................ ..................................... ............. THE STATE OF TEXAS County of Denton being duly sworn, says he is the _________________General manager of the _ ....... Denton ......... ................. Record -Chronicle, a newspaper of general circulation which has been continuously and regularly published for a period of not less than one year in the County of Denton, Texas, preceding the date of the attached notice, and that the said notice was published in said paper on the following dates: An -Ordinance -of the Town of Westlake. . . . . . . ......................................................................................................... ------------------------------'----------- ............................. ............ providing for zoning regulations. . . ® . . . . ® . . ................................................ ...................... .............................................. ........................................................... Nov. 19, 1972 ................................................................................. ... ...... . ...... ----------- .. ............... .. .......... --_--_-------_---------- Subscribed and sworn to before me this ............ ........ day of ....... December ........... 1972 �1. ` .� ­ ......... ............ / ��gt44z.� Witness my hand and official seal. ... ................................. Notary Public, Denton County, Texas File No ............................. HERE PASTE THE NOTICE BY IN THE MATTER OF THE PUBLICATION CUT FROM PAPER AN ORDINANCE OF THE ............... ...................................... TOWN OF WESTLAKE AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TO BE KNOWN AS THE COMPREHENSIVE ............................... .............. ------ ............ Z 0 N I N G 0 R D I N A N C E, PROVIDING FOR ZONING REGULATIONS AND USE DISTRICTS IN ACCORDANCE .......................... ­ ..................... .............. .... WITH A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN,WHICH TOGETHER AFFIDAVIT OF PUBLISHER � WITH HE G MAP, TO CONST ITUTEZONITHE ZONIWILLNG PUBLICATION OF LEGAL THE TOWN OF NOTICE WESTLAORDINANCEKE;OF PROVIDING A PENALTY OF FINE NOT TO' EXCEED $200.00 FOR EACH OFFENSE; AND DECLARING, Filed the day AN EMERGENCY. ................................. _ ...... _ DULY PASSED BY THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE, TEXAS, ON 19..------ THE 13TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, ----------------------------------------- .............. P 1972. APPROVED: GEORGE H. JARMON, JR. MAYOR -------- ......................... ................................... DULY ENROLLED: A. L. ODOM SECRETARY APPROVED AS TO FORM:, --------- ...................................................... WALTER P. ROACH ATTORNEY Nov. 19, 1972. By------------------------------------ _--------- Deputy