Thursday, January 17, 2019
RETURN TO NOTICES
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Mesquite City Council will hold a public hearing on the following item at 7:00 p.m., Monday, February 4, 2019 in the City Council Chambers of City Hall located at 757 North Galloway Avenue, to determine whether the zoning classification shall be changed on the following property:
ZONING FILE NO. Z1218-0079
Application for a Zoning Change from “PD - GR” Planned Development - General Retail to “PD - GR” Planned Development – General Retail with a Conditional Use Permit to allow child daycare services. The property is described Long Branch Retail, Block 2, Lot 1, City of Mesquite, Dallas County, TX, located at 1615 Oates Dr.
ZONING FILE NO. Z1218-0081
Application for a Zoning Change from “I”, Industrial within the Skyline Logistics Hub Overlay District to “SS”, Service Station within the Skyline Logistics Hub Overlay District to allow a convenience store with up to 16 fueling positions on a property described as being Skyline Industrial Village Sec 3, Block A, Lot 1RA, City of Mesquite, Dallas County, Texas, located at 117 S. Town East Blvd.
For further information, call the Mesquite Planning and Zoning Division at 972-329-8380.
NOTICE OF DESIGNATION OF ADDITIONAL MEETING PLACE OUTSIDE THE DISTRICT
TO THE RESIDENTS AND TAXPAYERS OF LANCASTER MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 1 AND ALL OTHER INTERESTED PERSONS:
Notice is hereby given that the Board of Directors (the “Board”) of Lancaster Municipal Utility District No. 1 (the “District”), at a meeting of said Board held on January 14, 2019, established meeting places outside the boundaries of the District at: (1) 4525 Belt Line Road, Addison, Texas 75001; (2) 14655 Dallas Pkwy, Dallas, Texas 75254; (3) 274 Private Road 773, Lipan, Texas 76462; (4) 3300 W. Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, Texas 75235; (5) 1999 Bryan Street, Suite 1200, Dallas, Texas 75201-3136; and (6) 16380 Addison Road, Addison, Texas 75001.
The meeting locations are hereby declared to be a public place and the public is invited to attend any meeting of the Board.
UTILITY DISTRICT NO. 1
/s/ Pat O’Hanlon
ATTEST: President, Board of Directors
/s/ Dan Anderson
Secretary, Board of Directors
ORDINANCE NO. 7033
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE GARLAND DEVELOPMENT CODE OF THE CITY OF GARLAND, TEXAS, BY APPROVING 1) AN AMENDMENT TO PLANNED DEVELOPMENT (PD) 84-73 DISTRICT AND 2) AN AMENDED CONCEPT PLAN ON A 4.683-ACRE TRACT OF LAND ZONED PLANNED DEVELOPMENT (PD) 84-73 DISTRICT FOR NEIGHBORHOOD OFFICE USES AND LOCATED AT 4680 NORTH SHILOH ROAD; PROVIDING FOR CONDITIONS, RESTRICTIONS, AND REGULATIONS; PROVIDING A PENALTY UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF SEC. 10.05 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF GARLAND, TEXAS; PROVIDING A NOTICE OF CONDITIONS OF COMPLIANCE CLAUSE; A SAVINGS CLAUSE, AND A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
/s/ Lori Barnett Dodson, Mayor
/s/ Eloyce René Dowl, City Secretary
CITY OF MESQUITE, TEXAS
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING THE CREATION OF A PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT
Pursuant to Section 372.009(c) and (d) of the Texas Local Government Code, as amended (the “Act”), notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Mesquite, Texas (“City”), will hold a public hearing to accept public comments and discuss the petition (the “Petition”), filed by MM Mesquite 50, LLC, a Texas limited liability company (the “Petitioner”), requesting that the City create the Iron Horse Public Improvement District (the “District”) to include property owned by the Petitioner.
Time and Place of the Hearing. The public hearing will start at 7:00 p.m. on February 4, 2019 in the City Council Chamber at Mesquite City Hall, 757 North Galloway Avenue, Mesquite, Texas 75149.
General Nature of the Proposed Authorized Improvements. The general nature of the proposed public improvements (collectively, the "Authorized Improvements") may include: (i) street and roadway improvements, including related sidewalks, drainage, utility relocation, signalization, landscaping, lighting, signage, off-street parking and right-of-way; (ii) establishment or improvement of parks and open space, together with the design, construction and maintenance of any ancillary structures, features or amenities such as trails, playgrounds, walkways, lighting and any similar items located therein; (iii) sidewalks and landscaping, including entry monuments and features, fountains, lighting and signage; (iv) acquisition, construction, and improvement of water, wastewater and drainage improvements and facilities; (v) projects similar to those listed in subsections (i) - (iv) above authorized by the Act, including similar off-site projects that provide a benefit to the property within the District; (vi) special supplemental services for improvement and promotion of the District; (vii) payment of costs associated with operating and maintaining the public improvements listed in subparagraphs (i) - (vi) above; and (viii) payment of costs associated with developing and financing the public improvements listed in subparagraphs (i) - (vi) above, and costs of establishing, administering and operating the District. These Authorized Improvements shall promote the interests of the City and confer a special benefit upon the property within the District.
Estimated Cost of the Authorized Improvements. The estimated cost to design, acquire and construct the Authorized Improvements is not to exceed $10,200,000.00.
Proposed District Boundaries. The District is proposed to include approximately 56.241 acres of land generally located north of Rodeo Drive, south of Scyene Road, (also known as Highway 352), east of Stadium Drive and west of Rodeo Center Boulevard in the City of Mesquite, Dallas County, Texas, located within the corporate limits of the City and as more particularly described by a metes and bounds description available at the office of the City Secretary, 1515 North Galloway, Mesquite, Texas 75149, and available for public inspection.
Proposed Method of Assessment. The City shall levy assessments on each parcel within the District in a manner that results in imposing equal shares of the costs on property similarly benefited. All assessments may be paid in full at any time (including interest and principal), and certain assessments may be paid in annual installments (including interest and principal). If an assessment is allowed to be paid in installments, then the installments must be paid in amounts necessary to meet annual costs for those Authorized Improvements financed by the assessment, and must continue for a period necessary to retire the indebtedness of those Authorized Improvements (including interest).
Proposed Apportionment of Cost between the District and the City. The City will not be obligated to provide any funds to finance the Authorized Improvements, except for assessments levied on real property within the District and possible tax reinvestment zone revenue. All of the costs of the Authorized Improvements will be paid from assessments and from other sources of funds, if any, available to the Petitioner.
During the public hearing, any interested person may speak for or against the establishment of the District and the advisability of the improvements to be made for the benefit of the property within the District