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Ord 79 Expanding the Extraterritorial Jurisdiction within Trophy Club Estates Planned CommunityORDINANCE NO. 79 AN ORDINANCE EXPANDING THE EXTRATERRITORIAL JURISDICTION OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE TO INCLUDE THEREIN ALL OF THE LAND WITHIN THE TROPHY CLUB ESTATES PLANNED COMMUNITY By Petition to the Board of Aldermen of the Town of Westlake dated June �, 1974, Trophy Club Estates, the owner of all of the land comprising the Trophy Club Estates Planned Community, which is described by metes and bounds in the instrument attached hereto as Exhibit "A", have asked that all of such land be included within the Extraterritorial Jurisdiction of the Town of Westlake. This Petition is attached to this Ordinance and made a part hereof. All of the land described in Exhibit "A (a) is contiguous to the boundaries of the Town of Westlake; (b) is contiguous to the otherwise existing Extraterritorial Jurisdiction of the Town of Westlake; and (c) lies only within the Extraterritorial Juris- diction of the Town of Westlake and no other municipality. Under the provisions of Vernon's Ann. Civ. St. art. 970a, Sec. 3C, the land described in Exhibit "A" is from and after the date of this Ordinance hereby included within the Extraterritorial Jurisdiction of the Town of Westlake. PASSED this day of 1974. APPROVED this 1 day ofl '..f?,r 1974. 7 MAYOR;,OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE APPROVED:- _._ PAUL C. IS1AM Town Attorney SE ■'• P C `V , INC. 3208 SOUTH MAIN STREET, Fort Worth, Texas 76110 SURVEYING - ENGINEERING - MAPPING - PLANNING Phone 926-7876 Area Code 817 Louis M. Hawkins, R.S. r j 111 Fred A. Borneo, R.S. David A. Watson, R.S. Hobert Bartfett, R.S., 1922-1970 Don M. Wood, R.S. June 19, 1974 4 John L. Hawkins, R.S. David A. White, R.S. FIELD NOTES Town of Westlake, Texas Extra Territorial Jurisdiction - Trophy Club Planned Community Development Boundary description for a tract of land out of the T. Kelly, Abstract 704; T. H. Callaway, Abstract 272; R. Allen, Abstract 17; T. J. Allen, Abstract 7, T. J. Allen, Abstract 8; M. Medlin, Abstract 832, R, W. Allen, Abstract 5; J. Henry, Abstract 529; J. Eads, Abstract 392; W. Medlin, Abstract 829; J. R. Michael, Abstract 820; J. Henry, Abstract 528; J. R, Michael, Abstract 821; W. H. Pea, Abstract 1045; C. Medlin, Abstract 823; J. Sutton, Abstract 1154; R. Eads, Abstract 393; and 'N. Medlin, Abstract 1588, Surveys, all in Denton County, Texas, and being more particularly described by metes and bounds as follows: BEGINNING at a point 30 feet East and 30 feet South of the Northwest corner of the Second Tract conveyed to Rolling Green Co., Inc., in Volume 512, Page 530, Deed Records. Denton County, Texas; THENCE South 89 degrees 50 minutes East 569-8/10 feet, and North 0 degrees 10 minutes East 20 feet to a point; THENCE following portions of what is to be legally considered Trophy Club Estates, and passing 10 feet inside of said boundary, and parallel to same, the following courses and distances: S 890 50' E 790-6/10 feet; N 110 42' E 11-9/10 feet; S 890 53' E 1259-0/10 feet; N 10 25' 30" E 2636-3/10 feet to a point 10 feet East and 10 feet South of the Northwest corner of that certain Nineteenth Tract conveyed to Nelson Bunker Hunt in Volume 4612, Page 3+62, Deed Records, Denton County, Texas; S 890 54' E 595-8/10 feet; N 0° 48' 30" E 2158-9,/10 feet, S 890 53' E 621-9/10 feet; N 0° 18' E 898-4/10 feet to a point, said point being 25-9/10 feet South and 10 feet East of a monument marked F540-1 for the Page 1 of 6 pages N 210 50' 30" E 1620-6/10 feet to a point 53-4/10 feet South and 10 feet West of a monument marked E-10, said monument being on said U.S.A. property line and also being the most Northerly Northeast corner of that certain First Tract conveyed to May C. McGinnis in Volume 274, Page 563, Deed Records, Denton County, Texas, and continuing 10 feet inside of and parallel to said Trophy Club boundary; S 0° 38' W 889-4/10 feet; S 810 48' E 207-2/10 feet; Page 2 of 6 pages ETJ (TC) June 19, 1974 Northwest corner of said Hunt Nineteenth Tract, said monument also being on the United States of America Property line on Grapevine Reservoir, and continuing 10 feet inside and parallel to said to said Trophy Club U.S.A. property boundary and 10 line; feet outside and parallel S 41° 51' E 382-9/10 feet; S 430 39' E 765-6/lo feet; S 580 41' W 258-5/10 feet; s 60° 51' E 658-9/10 feet; S 490 27' E 485-5/10 feet; S 140 19' W 143-5/10 feet; S 270 35' W 419-0/10 feet; N 650 31' E 357-9/10 feet; N 310 14' E 236-9/10 feet; S 770 48' E 43.1-3/10 feet; S 750 10' E 241-9/14 feet; N 00 12' W 333-6/10 feet; S 810 47' E 912-2/10 feet; S 60 14' W 466-1/10 feet; N 480 13' E 697-3/10 feet; N 890 43' E 391-6/10 feet; S 420 01' E 508-6/10 feet; N 320 45' E 513-6/10 feet; N 820 33' E 1176-8/10 feet; N 640 28' E 955-3/10 feet; N 210 50' 30" E 1620-6/10 feet to a point 53-4/10 feet South and 10 feet West of a monument marked E-10, said monument being on said U.S.A. property line and also being the most Northerly Northeast corner of that certain First Tract conveyed to May C. McGinnis in Volume 274, Page 563, Deed Records, Denton County, Texas, and continuing 10 feet inside of and parallel to said Trophy Club boundary; S 0° 38' W 889-4/10 feet; S 810 48' E 207-2/10 feet; Page 3 of 6 pages ETJ (TC) June 19, 1974 S 20 32' W 614-0/30 feet; S 860 31' E 193-3/10 feet; S 00 29' E 1948-0,110 feet; S 890 45' 30" W 1744-6/10 feet; S 00 05' E 604-4/10 feet; and S 00 07' 30" W 1120-8/10 feet to a paint, said paint being 4-5/10 feet North and 10 feet West of a monument marked E-123 on the line common to said Trophy Club boundary and the U.S,A. property line on the Grapevine Reservoir; THENCE departing said 10 foot parallel line, S 650 25' E 11-0/10 feet to said monument E-123: and, continuing with said common property line the following courses and distances: S 490 02' W 229-55/100 feet; S 340 35' W 463-8/10 feet; S 90 59' W 491-8/10 feet; S 390 54' W 599-25/100 feet; N 860 30' W 247-75/100 feet; S 140 50' E 756-5/10 feet; N 790 17' W 1581-8/10 feet; S 680 23' W 380-9/10 feet; S 00 10' W 341-7/10 feet; N 750 56' E 120-65/100 feet; S 780 13' E 393-9/10 feet; N 330 42' E 299-1/10 feet; S 730 37' E 958-2/10 feet; S 90 39' E 221-55/100 feet; N 580 48' E 169-0/10 feet; N 40 35' W 234-0/10 feet; N 860 32' E 3o6-5/10 feet; N 660 24' E 877-4/10 feet; S 20 54' W 224-0/10 feet; Page 4 of 6 pages ETJ (TC) June 19, 1974 a S 400 00' E 542-25/100 feet; N 190 30' E 250-25/100 feet; N 180 05' 13" W 1000-8/10 feet; and N 290 10' E 556-4/10 feet to a monument marked E-100 on said Trophy Club and U.S.A. common property line# THENCE departing said common line, South 300 38' E 11-6/10 feet to a point 10 feet South of said Line;.. THENCE passing 10 feet South of and parallel to said common property line the following courses and distances: N 890 331 30" E 1734-3/10 feet; S 1011 12' E 1222-8/10 feet; N 280 59' E 1384-7/10 feet; N 890 29' 30" E 610-3/10 feetp S 10 04' E 494-0/lo feet; N 88'0 57' E 342-6/10 feet; N 110 45' E 501-5/10 feet; N 890 07' E 281-3/10 feet; N 890 38' 30" E 362-8/10 feet; N 8.911 17' E 596-3/10 feet; S 00 09' E 39-9/10 feet; S 5611 48' W 582-7/10 feet; and S 00 01' East 152-7j10 feet to a point 2-7/10 feet North and 10 feet West of a concrete monument for the Southwest corner of the United States Government Tract E -402-C; THENCE continuing 10 feet inside of and parallel to said Trophy Club boundary, the following courses and distances: S 300 02' 30" W 284-5/10 feet; South 598-6/10 feet; S 890 16' E 657-8/10 feet; S 00 08' 50" E 2727-1/10 feet; S 00 17' 30" W 3830-0/10 feet; N 890 42' W 195-9/10 feet; S 30 07' W 344-4/10 feet; Page 5 of 6 pages ETJ (TC) June 19, 1974 and N 890 28' W 468-7/10 feet to point in the Northeast R.O.W. of State Highway No, 114; THENCE with said Northeast R.O.W., the following courses and distances: N 360 32' 30" W186-05/100 feet to the beginning of a curve to the left having a radius of 2019-86/100 feet, and around the arc of said curve 108-58/100 feet; N 470 53' W 58-85/100 feet to the beginning of a curve to the left,having a radius of 1959-86/100 feet, and around the arc of said curve 1411-41/100 feet; N 710 03' 20" W 6033-7/10 feet; N 680 48' 50" W 7936-5/10 feet to a point, said point being S 6811 48' 50" E 500-3/.10 feet from the Southwest corner of said Hunt Second Tract; THENCE following the West line of said Hunt tract and passing 30 feet East of and parallel to same North 32-2 l0 feet, N 68° 48' 50" W 468-2/10 feet, and N 0® 15' W 2342-5/10 feet to the point of beginning containing approximately 2551 acres of land. SAVE AND EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING TWO TRACTS OF LAND TRACT ONE All that certain lot, tract or parcel of land out of the C. Medlin Survey, Abstract 823, and being the same tract of land now occupied by the Medlin Cemetery, and being more particularly described by metes and bounds as follows: BEGINNING at a point in the centerline of Medlin Road, at the most Northerly Northwest corner of that certain tract conveyed to Henry Seeligson, et al in Volume 650, Page 103, heed Records, Denton County, Texas, as occupied on the ground; THENCE with a West line of said Seeligson tract S 000 32' E 325-1/10 feet to a point for corner; THENCE N 790 22' W 33-35/100 feet to a point for corner; THENCE S 00 05' E 497-85/100 feet to a point for corner, the Southeast corner of aforesaid cemetery property; THENCE N 76° 24' W 432-7/10 feet to a point for corner, the Southwest corner of the cemetery property, and in the common line between N. B. Hunt, Second Tract. Volume 4612, Page 362, and said Seeligson property; THENCE with the common line between N. B. Hunt and cemetery property, N 011 11' W 776-8/10 feet to a point for corner in the centerline of Medlin Road, the Northeast corner of said N. B. Hunt, Second Tract; THENCE with said centerline of Medlin Road., N 850 26' 30" E Page 6 of 6 pages ETJ (TC) June 19, 1974 160-85/100 feet, and S 750 40' 15" E 301-05/100 feet to the place of beginning, and containing some 8-134/1000 acres of land. TRACT TWO All that certain lot, tract or parcel of land in the J. R. Michael Survey, Abstract 8210 Denton County, Texas, being that certain tract conveyed to James A. Venable and wife Paula Venable in a deed recorded in Volume 397, Page 548, Deed Records of Denton County, Texas, and being more particularly described by metes and bounds as follows: BEGINNING at a point in the East line of that certain property conveyed to Hazel I. Gray by deeds recorded in Volume 352, Page 538, and Volume 354, Page 256, Deed Records of Denton County, Texas, in the North line of Medlin Road, 20-0/10 feet from its center; THENCE along the North line of Medlin Road 20 feet from and parallel with its center, North 89 degrees 51 minutes 30 seconds Blest 209-0/10 feet to a point for the Southwest corner of the tract herein described= THENCE North 0 degrees 31 minutes 30 seconds East 209-0/10 feet to a paint for the Northwest corner of the Venable tract; THENCE South 89 degrees 51 minutes 30 seconds East 209-0/10 feet to a point in the East line of the Hazel I. Gray Tract for the Northeast corner of the Venable Tract= THENCE with the East line of the Hazel I. Gray Tract South 0 degrees 31 minutes 30 seconds West 209-0/10 feet to the place of beginning, containing in all 1-002/1000 acres of land, more or less. Leaving a net area of some 2,542 acres of land. SEMPCO, INC. June 19, 1974 1467 (Compiled from Records.) I, WANDA G. WHITE, Town Secretary of the Town of Westlake, Texas, do hereby certify that the attached Ordinance No. was duly passed by the Town's Board of Aldermen and approved by the Mayorl,�of the Town of Westlake on the i j'' day of „ter 197 WITNESS MY HAND AND THE SEAL OF SAID TOWN this day of ► 1974. ,� ,lam✓ � P, �1 WANDA G. WHIu. Town Secretary of the Town of Westlake, Texas SE M P C O►, INC. 3208 SOUTH MAIN STREET, fort Worth, Texas 76110 SURVEYING - ENGINEERING - MAPPING - PLANNING Phone 926-7876 f Area Code 817 � Louis M. Hawkins, R.S. Fred A. Barnett, R.S. David A. Watson, R.S. Hobert Bartlelt, R.S., 1922-1970 Don M. Wood, R.S. June 19, 1974 John L. Hawkins, R.S. David A. White, R.S. FIELD NOTES Town of Westlake, Texas Extra Territorial Jurisdiction - Trophy Club Planned Community Development Boundary description for a tract of land out of the T. Kelly, Abstract 704; T. H. Callaway, Abstract 2721 R. Allen, Abstract 17; T. J. Allen, Abstract 7, T. J. Allen, Abstract 8; M. Medlin, Abstract 832, R. W. Allen, Abstract 5; J. Henry, Abstract 5291 J. Eads, Abstract 392; W. Medlin, Abstract 829; J. R. Michael, Abstract 820; J. Henry, Abstract 528; J. R. Michael, Abstract 821; W. H. Pea, Abstract 1045; C. Medlin, Abstract 823; J. Sutton, Abstract 1154; R. Eads, Abstract 393s and W, Medlin, Abstract 1588, Surveys, all in Denton County, Texas, and being more particularly described by metes and bounds as follows: BEGINNING at a point 30 feet East and 30 feet South of the Northwest corner of the Second Tract conveyed to Rolling Green Co., Inc., in Volume 5120 Page 530, Deed Records, Denton County, Texas; THENCE South 89 degrees 50 minutes East 569-8/10 feet, and North 0 degrees 10 minutes East 20 feet to a point; THENCE following portions of what is to be legally considered Trophy Club Estates, and passing 10 feet inside of said boundary, and parallel to same, the following courses and distances: S 890 50' E '790-6/l0 feet; N 110 42' E 11-9/10 feet; S 890 53' E 1259-0/10 feet; N 10 25' 30" E 2636-3/10 feet to a point 10 feet East and 10 feet South of the Northwest corner of that certain Nineteenth Tract conveyed to Nelson Bunker Hunt in Volume 4612, Page 362, Deed Records, Denton County, Texas; S 890 54' E 595-8/10 feet; N 00 48' 30" E 2158-9/10 feet; S 890 53' E 621-9/10 feet; N 00 18' E 898-4/lo feet to a point, said point being 25-9/10 feet South and 10 feet East of a monument marked F540-1 for the Page 1 of 6 pages N 210 50' 30" E 1620-6/10 feet to a point 53-4/10 feet South and 10 feet West of a monument marred E-10, said monument being on said U.S.A. property line and also being the most Northerly Northeast corner of that certain First Tract conveyed to May C. McGinnis in Volume 274, Page 5639 Deed Records, Denton County, Texas, and continuing 10 feet inside of and parallel to said Trophy Club boundary; S 00 38' W 889-4/10 feet; S 810 48' E 207.2/10 feet; Page 2 of 6 pages ETJ (TC) June 19, 1974 Northwest corner of said Hunt Nineteenth Tract, said monument also being on the united States of America Property line on Grapevine Reservoir, and continuing 10 feet inside and parallel to said Trophy Club boundary and 10 feet outside and parallel to said U.S.A# property line; S 410 51' E 382-9/10 feet; S 430 39' E 765-6/lo feet; S 58$ 41' W 258-5/10 feet; S 600 51' E 658-9/10 feet; 5 490 27' E 485-5/10 feet; S 140 19' W 143-5/'10 feet; S 270 35' W 419-0/10 feet; N 650 31' E 357-9/10 feet; N 310 14' E 236-9/10 feet; S 770 48' E 431-3/10 feets S 750 lo' E 241-9/'10 feet; N 00 12' W 333-6/10 feet; S 810 47' E 912-2/10 feet; S 60 14' W 466-1/lo feet; N 480 13' E 697-3/10 feet; N 890 43' E 391-6/lo feet; S 420 01' E 508-6/lo feet; N 320 45' E 513-6/lo feet; N 82° 33' E 1176-8/10 feet; N 640 28' E 955-3/10 feet; N 210 50' 30" E 1620-6/10 feet to a point 53-4/10 feet South and 10 feet West of a monument marred E-10, said monument being on said U.S.A. property line and also being the most Northerly Northeast corner of that certain First Tract conveyed to May C. McGinnis in Volume 274, Page 5639 Deed Records, Denton County, Texas, and continuing 10 feet inside of and parallel to said Trophy Club boundary; S 00 38' W 889-4/10 feet; S 810 48' E 207.2/10 feet; Page 3 of 6 pages ETJ (TO June 19, 1974 S 20 32' W 614-0/10 feet; S 860 31' E 193-3/10 feet; S 00 29' E 1948 -0/10 feet; S 890 45' 30" W 1744-6/10 feet; S 00 05' E 604-4/10 feet; and S 00 07' 30" W 1120-8/10 feet to a point, said point being 4-5/10 feet North and 10 feet West of a monument marked E-123 on the line common to said 'Trophy Club boundary and the U.S.A. property line on the Grapevine Reservoir; THENCE departing said 10 foot parallel line, S 651 25' E 11-0/10 feet to said monument E-123, and continuing with said common property line the following courses and distances: S 490 02' W 229-55/100 feet; S 340 35' W 463-8/10 feet; S 9° 59' W 491-8/10 feet; S 390 54' W 599-25/100 feet; N 860 30' W 247-75/100 feet; S 140 50' E 756-5/10 feet; N 790 17' W 1581-8/10 feet; S 680 23' W 380-9/10 feet; S 00 10' W 341-7/10 feet; N 750 56' E 120-65/100 feet; S 780 13' E 393-9/10 feet; N 330 42' E 299-1/10 feet: S 730 37' E 958-2/10 feet; S 90 39' E 221-55f100 feet; N 580 48' E 169-0/10 feet; N 40 35' W 234--0/10 feet; N 860 32' E 306-5/10 feet; N 660 24' E 877-4/10 feet; S 20 54' W 224-0/10 feet; Page 4 of 6 pages ETJ (TC) June 19, 1974 S 400 00' E 542-25/100 feet= N 190 30' E 250-25/100 feet; N 180 05' 13" W 1000-8/10 feet; and N 29° 10' E 556-4/10 feet to a monument marked E-100 on said Trophy Club and U.S.A. common property line; THENCE departing said common line, South 300 38' E 11-6/10 feet to a point 10 feet South of said line;. THENCE passing 10 feet South of and parallel to said common property line the following courses and distances: N 890 33' 30" E 1734-3/10 feet; S 100 12' E 1222-8/10 feet; N 280 59' E 1384-7/10 feet; N 890 29' 30" E 610-3/10 feet; S 10 04' E 494-0/lo feet; N 88c' 57' E 342-6/10 feet; N 110 45' E 501-5/10 feet; N 890 07' E 281-3/10 feet; N 890 38' 30" E 362-8/10 feet: N 890 17' E 596-3/10 feet; S 00 09' E 39-9/10 feet; S 564 48' W 582-7/10 feet; and S 00 01' East 152.7/10 feet to a point 2-7/10 feet North and 10 feet West of a concrete monument for the Southwest corner of the United States Government Tract E -402-C; THENCE continuing 10 feet inside of and parallel to said Trophy Club boundary, the following courses and distances: S 30° 02' 30" W 284-5/10 feet; South 598-6/10 feet: s 890 16' E 657-8/10 feet; S 00 08' 50" E 2727-1/10 feet; S 00 17' 30" W 3830-0/10 feet= N 890 42' W 195-9/10 feet; S 3° 07' W 344-4/10 feet; Page 5 of 6 pages ETJ (TC) June 19, 1974 and N 890 28' W 468-7/10 feet to point in the Northeast R.O.W. of State Highway No. 114; THENCE with said Northeast R.O.W., the following courses and distances - N 360 32' 30" W 186-05/100 feet to the beginning of a curve to the left having a radius of 2019-86/100 feet, and around the are of said curve 108-58/100 feet; N 470 53' W 58-85/100 feet to the beginning of a curve to the left having a radius of 1959-86/100 feet, and around the arc of said curve 1011-41/100 feet; N 71° 03' 20" W 6033-7f10 feet; N 680 48' 50" W 7936-5/10 feet to a point, said point being S 68° 48' 50" E 500-3 10 feet from the Southwest corner of said Hunt Second Tract; THENCE following the West line of said Hunt tract and passing 30 feet East of and parallel to, same North 2-2 10 feet, ° N 68 48' 50" W 468-2/10 feet, and N 00 15' W 2342-5/10 feet to the point of beginning containing approximately 2551 acres of land. SAVE AND EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING TWO TRACTS OF LAND TRACT ONE All that certain lot, tract or parcel of land out of the C. Medlin Survey, Abstract 823, and being the same tract of land now occupied by the Medlin Cemetery, and being more particularly described by metes and bounds as follows: BEGINNING at a point in the centerline of Medlin Road, at the most Northerly Northwest corner of that certain tract conveyed to Henry Seeligson, et al in Volume 650, Page 103, Deed Records, Denton County, Texas, as occupied on the ground; THENCE with a West line of said Seeligson tract S 000 32' E 325-1/10 feet to a point for corner; THENCE N 790 22' W 33-351100 feet to a point for corner; THENCE S 00 05' E 497-85/100 feet to a point for corner, the Southeast corner of aforesaid cemetery property; THENCE N 76' 24' W 432-7/10 feet to a point for corner, the Southwest corner of the cemetery property, and in the common line between N. B. Hunt, Second Tract, Volume 4612, Page 362, and said Seeligson property; THENCE with the common line between N. B. Hunt and cemetery property, N 0° 11' W 776-8/10 feet to a point for corner in the centerline of Medlin Road, the Northeast corner of said N. B. Hunt, Second Tract; THENCE with said centerline of Medlin Road, N 850 26' 30" E Page 6 of 6 pages ETJ (TC) June 19, 197+ 160-85/100 feet, and S 750 40' 15" E 301-05/100 feet to the place of beginning, and containing some 8-134/1000 acres of land. TRACT TWO All that certain lot, tract or parcel of land in the J. R. Michael Survey, Abstract 821, Denton County, Texas, being that certain tract conveyed to James A. Venable and wife Paula Venable in a deed recorded in Volume 397, Page 548, Deed Records of Denton County, Texas, and being more particularly described by metes and bounds as follows: BEGINNING at a point in the East line of that certain property conveyed to Hazel I. Gray by deeds recorded in Volume 352, Page 538, and Volume 354, Page 256, Deed Records of Denton County, Texas, in the North line of Medlin Road, 20-0/10 feet from its center= THENCE along the North line of Medlin Road 20 feet from and parallel with its center, North 89 degrees 51 minutes 30 seconds West 209-0/10 feet to a point for the Southwest corner of the tract herein described; THENCE North 0 degrees 31 minutes 30 seconds East 209-0/10 feet to a point for the Northwest corner of the Venable tracts T,IENCE South 89 degrees 51 minutes 30 seconds East 209--0/10 feet to a point in the East line of the Hazel I. Gray Tract for the Northeast corner of the Venable Tract; THENCE with the East line of the Hazel I. Gray Tract South 0 degrees 31 minutes 30 seconds West 209-0110 feet to the place of beginning, containing in all 1-002/1000 acres of land, more or less. Leaving a net area of some 2,542 acres of land. SEMPCO, INC. June 19, 1974 1467 (Compiled from Records.) TOWN OF WESTLAKE ORDINANCE NO. 80 Land Subdivision Standards Article 1. Purpose: These are the general standards for review of platting, subdivision and development of land within the Trophy Club Planned Community which is within the extraterritorial juris- diction of the Town of Westlake, Texas, as more particularly described on the official map of the Town of Westlake, adopted by Ordinance No. 81. These standards shall apply only to the Trophy Club Planned Community because of the size, the nature of improvements under construction and planned, and planned unit development concept applicable to this area, including but not limited to installation of a 36 -hole golf course, sanitary sewers, storm sewers, a water system, a sewage disposal system, concrete streets all encompassing approximately 2500 acres known as the Trophy Club Planned Community. These standards are adopted for the purpose of promoting the health, safety and general welfare and the safe, orderly and healthful development within the Trophy Club Planned Community. Article 2. Procedure: All plats, after being signed by the mayor of the Town of Westlake, shall be submitted for the approval of Commissioners Court of Denton County, Texas, in accordance with the Subdivision Rules and Regulations and County Road Regulations of the County 6 of Denton (or Tarrant County, if applicable). After said approval the plat shall be filed for recordation with the county clerk. A reproducible copy of.all plats so recorded shall be provided the Town Secretary, together with the recording infor- mation thereon. Fees: Article 3. A plat review fee shall be paid the town upon submission of preliminary and final plat. a. The preliminary plat review fee shall be $1.00 per acre. b. The final plat review fee shall be $1.00 per lot and $1.00 per acre in reserve. Article 4. Street Design: All public streets shall be arranged in accordance with good planning criteria in order to provide safe and reasonable traffic circulation in the subdivision and access to abutting properties. a. Major Thoroughfares (1) Minimum right of way width shall be 80 feet. (2) Minimum pavement width shall be 40 feet. (3) intersections with other major thoroughfares shall be at 90° with a maximum angle of 801 to the perpendicular. (4) Reverse curves in major thoroughfares shall have a minimum center line radius of 1147 feet. -2- b. Minor Streets (1) Minimum right of way shall be 40 feet with storm sewer drainage. (2) Minimum pavement width shall be 27 feet, back of curb to back of curb. (3) One way loop street may have a minimum width of 24 feet. (4) Cul-de-sacs shall have a minimum radius of 50 feet. (5) There shall be no dead end streets over 400 feet long without a cul-de-sac. C. Public Alleys (1) Minimum right-of-way shall be 30 feet for two- way traffic. (2) Minimum pavement width shall be 24 feet. (3) One-way alleys shall have a minimum pavement width of 12 feet and a right of way of 20 feet. d. Private Streets or Fire Lanes (1) Private streets shall be provided in apartment Article 5. Street Names: Streets shall be named continuously through the project, with continuity from section to section. -3- projects when living units are in excess of 300 feet distance from a public street. (2) Private streets shall be 24 feet wide with no parking in the street. (3) Private streets shall be 27 feet wide when parking is allowed on one side. (4) Dead-end private streets in excess of 100 feet long shall have a turn around with a radius of 50 feet or a T type turn around, see figure (5) The maximum length of dead-end private streets shall be 400 feet. Article 5. Street Names: Streets shall be named continuously through the project, with continuity from section to section. -3- Article 6. Black Length: Block is the distance measured along back lot lines between streets and is measured generally in a north -south or east -west relationship. T,ot s : a. The maximum block length along creeks, drainage ways, major thoroughfares, pipeline easements, and other major physical barriers shall be 2400 feet. b. The maximum block length for residential and commer- cial subdivision shall be 1600 feet. Article 7. In general single-family lots shall have access to a public street in front and a public utility easement or alley to the rear. a. Single-family lots shall have a minimum of 8000 square feet. b. Patio home lots shall have a minimum of 5000 square feet. C. Townhouse lots shall have a minimum of 2500 square feet. d. Lots backing or siding on major thoroughfares shall have no direct driveway access to said streets. e. Flag shape lots shall be allowed as long as a mini- mum access way of 15 feet is provided to a public street. f. Lots and Blocks shall be numbered consecutively sec- tion by section. MEIC Article 8. Rr3ccsrtrAc - Reserve tracts shall be platted for future use as commer- cial, industrial and residential uses. a. All reserves shall have access to a public street. b. No reserve shall be less than 100 feet deep. C. All reserves shall have a minimum 50 feet of front- age. Article 9. Front, Side and Rear Yards: a. Front yards for residential, commercial and indus- trial uses shall be a minimum of 20 feet. b. Side yards. (1) Side yards for single-family detached housing shall be a maximum of 10 feet. (2) Side yards for apartment projects shall be a minimum of 20 feet. (3) Side yards for patio home lots shall be zero except where said lots abut single-family then the side yards shall be a minimum of 10 feet. (4) Side yards for commercial and industrial shall be zero except where said reserves abut resi- dential then the side yard shall be a minimum of 20 feet. C. Rear yards - all rear yards for all uses shall be a minimum of 15 feet. Article 10. Public Easements. All multi -use public utility and drainage easements shall �5- have a minimum width of 10 feet. The size and location of drainage easements shall be in accordance with the design of a registered professional engineer. Article 11. Conflicts with Denton County Regulations: The above subdivision standards are not intended to super- sede the Subdivision Rules and Regulations of the County of Denton and where a conflict may exist the Denton County Regula- tions shall take precedence. When a subdivision plat is in accordance with these development standards and the Mayor and Board of Aldermen have failed to act within 30 days, the County Judge and Commissioners Court of the County of Denton shall be obligated to act to approve or disapprove the plat in accordance with the regulations of said county. Article 12. Conflicts with Other Ordinances: If any portion or portions of this Ordinance conflicts with any other Ordinance of the Town of Westlake insofar as it is applicable to the Trophy Club Planned Community, the provi- sions of this Ordinance shall take precedence and govern.. Article 13. Severability Clause: If any provision or provisions of this Ordinance shall be T:Z held to be invalid for any reason the remaining provisions shall continue in full force and effect. Article 14. Effective Date: This Ordinance shall be effective on the date of its approval by the Board of Aldermen of the Town of Westlake. PASSED this / % `=' day of 1974. APPROVED this ,�� ✓ � `� � day of 1974. APPROVED: PAUL C. ISHAM Town Attorney -7- MAYOR OF THE TOWN OF WESTLAKE z4v,v� r.- pp -0 �,4,1 r-l�-up-s 1