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Item A

DISCUSSION AND REQUESTED ACTION ITEM A-1 Staff requests approval of February 5, 2020 draft minutes On-Line Link: Item A-1

Item B

DISCUSSION AND REQUESTED ACTION ITEM

2 Staff and Applicant requests for postponement and withdraw of items posted on this Agenda

Item P1

VARIANCES PREVIOUS POSTPONEMENTS C15-2019-0046 Lila Nelson for Benjamin S. Wu 4320 James Casey Street On-Line Link: Item P-1 The applicant is requesting a variance(s) from Section 25-2-1067 (H) (Design Regulations) Compatibility Height requirements of Article 10, Compatibility Standards, Division 2 –Development Standards a) to decrease the minimum parking setback from 25 feet (required) on the southern and western boundaries to 0 feet (requested) and; b) to decrease the minimum driveway setback from 20 feet (required) to 0 feet (requested) in order to construct an accessory parking lot in a “LO-V-NP”, Limited Office – Vertical Mixed Use – Neighborhood Plan zoning district. (South Manchaca Neighborhood Plan) NOTE: The subject property is 110 ft. wide

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C15-2019-0068 Rodney K. Bennett for Carl Frank 1213 Taylor Street On-Line Link: Item P-4 The applicant is requesting a variance(s) from Section 25-2-515 (Rear Yard of a Through Lot) from setback requirements to decrease the minimum rear yard setback from 25 feet (required) to 10 feet (requested) in order to erect detached garage with a 2nd FL Studio/Guest Room (not to be a Two-Family Use) SF-3-NP”, Single-Family Residence- Neighborhood Plan zoning district. (East Cesar Chavez Neighborhood Plan) Note: Per LDC for a Through Lot, a rear yard must comply with the minimum requirements applicable to a front yard.

Item I2

C15-2020-0013 Leah Bojo for 2700 E. 5th JV, LLC 2700 E 5th Street On-Line Link: Item I-2 The applicant is requesting a variance(s) to increase the maximum allowable Compatibility Height requirements of Article 10, Compatibility Standards, Division 2 – Development Standards, Section 25-2-1063 (C) (2) (Height Limitations and Setbacks for Large Sites) from 40 feet (maximum allowed) to 56 feet (requested) in order to erect four story (requested, three story is maximum allowed) Office Building in a “CS-MU-CONP”, General Commercial Services – Mixed Use – Conditional Overlay –Neighborhood Plan zoning district. (Holly Neighborhood Plan) Note: The Land Development Code Section 25-2-1063 (C) (2) allows a height limit of three stories or 40 feet, if the structure is more than 50 feet and not more than 100 feet from property: (a) in an “SF-5” or more restrictive zoning district; or (b) on which a use is permitted in an “SF-5” or more restrictive zoning district is located.

Item P5

C15-2020-0003 David Cancialosi for Addison Thom 3409 Neal Street On-Line Link: Item P-5 The applicant is requesting a variance(s) from Section 25-2-492 (Site Development Regulations) from lot width requirements to decrease the minimum lot width from 50 feet (required) to 33.59 feet (requested) in order to SF-3-NP”, Single-Family Residence - Neighborhood Plan zoning district. (Govalle Neighborhood Plan)

Item P6

P-6 C15-2020-0004 Anthony Brown 1612 Newton Street On-Line Link: Item P-6 The applicant is requesting a variance(s) from LDC Section 25-2-492 (D) (Site Development Regulations) in order to decrease the minimum lot size requirement from 5,570 square feet (required) to 3,575 square feet (requested) in order to erect a Single Family residence in a “SF-3-NP”, Single-Family Residence – Neighborhood Plan zoning district. (Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Plan) Note: This neighborhood did not adopt Small Lot Amnesty which would have allowed the applicant to build on a lot smaller than 5,750 sq. ft.

Item P7

C15-2020-0005 Aixa Sola for Erin E. O’Malley 5003 Highland Court On-Line Link: Item P-7 The applicant is requesting a variance(s) from Section 25-2-515 (Rear Yard of a Through Lot) from setback requirements to decrease the minimum rear yard setback from 25 feet (required) to 10 feet (requested) in order to erect a one story single-family residence in a SF-3”, Single-Family Residence zoning district. Note: Per LDC for a Through Lot, a rear yard must comply with the minimum requirements applicable to a front yard.

Item P8

C15-2020-0006 Ron Thrower for Patrick N. Dunn 2309 & 2311 Quarry Road On-Line Link: Item P-8 The applicant is requesting a variance(s) from Section 25-2-515 (Rear Yard of a Through Lot) from setback requirements to decrease the minimum rear yard setback for each lot 2309 & 2311 Quarry Rd. from 25 feet (required) to 10 feet (requested) in order to erect a single-family residence per lot in a SF-3”, Single-Family Residence zoning district. Note: Per LDC for a Through Lot, a rear yard must comply with the minimum requirements applicable to a front yard.

Item P9

C15-2020-0009 Melissa Brown for Bryan Cumby 3219 Manor Road On-Line Link: Item P-9 The applicant is requesting a variance(s) from the maximum allowable Compatibility Height requirements of Article 10, Compatibility Standards, Division 2 –Development Standards, Section 25-2-1063 (C) (2) and (3) (Height Limitations and Setbacks for Large Sites) in order to construct a 60 foot Multi-Family use in a “CS-V-CO-NP”, General Commercial Services – Vertical Mixed Use – Conditional Overlay –Neighborhood Plan zoning district. (MLK Neighborhood Plan) a. The Land Development Code Section 25-2-1063 (C) (2) allows a height limit of three stories or 40 feet, if the structure is more than 50 feet and not more than 100 feet from property (a) in an "SF-5" or more restrictive zoning district, or (b) on which a use permitted in an "SF-5" or more restrictive zoning district is located. b. The Land Development Code Section 25-2-1063 (C) (3) allows a height limit for a structure more than 100 feet but not more than 300 feet from property zoned "SF-5" or more restrictive, 40 feet plus one foot for each 10 feet of distance in excess of 100 feet from the property zoned "SF-5" or more restrictive. Note: This variance will allow for a uniform height of 60 ft. for the entire project. 60 ft. is currently allowed in portions of the project and graduating down to 40 ft. in other portions of the project.

Item P10

C15-2020-0010 Travis Young for Daniel & Amy Coops 71 Julius Street On-Line Link: Item P-10 The applicant is requesting a variance(s) from Section 25-2-721 (Waterfront Overlay (WO) Combining District Regulations) to (C) (1) and (2) from secondary setback area to allow construction of a home and increase the maximum allowable impervious cover from 30% (allowed) to 36.8% (requested) in order to erect a single-family residence with a detached garage and guest house in a SF-3-NP”, Single-Family Residence – Neighborhood Plan zoning district (Holly Neighborhood Plan). Note: Per LDC 25-2-721Waterfront Overlay (WO) Combining District Regulations (C) In a secondary setback area: (1) fountains, patios, terraces, outdoor restaurants, and similar uses are permitted; and (2) impervious cover may not exceed 30 percent.

Item S1

NEW BUSINESS

Discussion of the February 5, 2020 Board activity report

Item S2

Discussion and possible action on the draft LDC; BOA LDC Workgroup Report (Workgroup Members: Leighton-Burwell, Hawthorne, Cohen, Hodge and Smith)

Item S3

Discussion and possible action on the FY 2020-21 Budget Calendar

Item S4

Discussion and possible action on the Number of Allowed Postponements; BOA Workgroup (Workgroup Members: Leighton-Burwell, Cohen and Bailey)

Item S5

Discussion and possible action regarding Workgroups Update: Transportation Criteria/Code Recommendations Workgroup (Smith, Hodge & Corral) o Resolution re: DSD Representation (No response from City Staff) o Transportation Criteria Manual (e.g. Gas Islands) o Regular BOA Issues that might trigger Code Revision

Item S6

Discussion and possible action regarding workshop/training dates: April 13, 2020 (2:00pm – 5:00pm) or May 11, 2020 (2:00pm – 5:00pm) o Training for Members re: Setback, IC, Lake Austin/Environmental Cases AND Hardship o Presentation on BOA Guidelines

Items S7 & T

S-7 Announcements

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