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Call to Order

9:55 AM – Opening Moment

It is our custom here at City Council to start our meetings with a peaceful moment by inviting different people from walks of life and different faiths to share their prayers or moments of reflection. This is an important way that we celebrate the diversity that exists in our city and begin our meetings with everyone focused and aligned for the greater good. Reverend Robert Waddle, Simpson United Methodist Church

10:00 AM – City Council Convenes

Consent Agenda

Consent: 1 - 6, 8 - 12, 14 - 17, 21, 23, 26 - 28, 30 - 35, 38, 40, 42 - 47, 49 - 54, 56 - 63, 65, 67 - 76, 80 - 83, 85, 86, 88 - 90, 92 - 98, 101 - 104, 106 - 116, 118 - 141, 143 - 145, 148 - 150

Withdrawn: 7, 18, 22, 24, 66, 87, 91, 99, 117

Pulled: 13, 19, 20, 29, 36, 37, 39, 41, 48, 55, 64, 77 - 79, 84, 142, 146, 147, 149

Postponed: 25, 100, 105

Item 13

Authorize negotiation and execution of a professional services agreement with Clayton and Little, (staff recommendation) or one of the other qualified responders for Request for Qualifications Solicitation No. CLMP270 to provide Professional Architectural and Historic Preservation Services for Fiesta Gardens Complex Rehabilitation in an amount not to exceed $375,000. [Note; This contract will be awarded in compliance with City Code Chapter 2-9B (Minority Owned and Women Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program) by meeting the goals with 15.80% MBE and 15.80% WBE participation.]

Item 19

Controller's Office

Approve a resolution authorizing the City to continue to impose a bingo prize fee for the funds to which it is entitled under the State of Texas Occupations Code, Title 13, Subtitle A, Chapter 2001 and as authorized by previous Council Ordinance No. 830921-O

Item 48

Authorize negotiation and execution of an eighth amendment and seventh renewal to the interlocal agreement with Travis County for the City’s provision of public health services, for a 12-month term beginning October 1, 2019 in an amount not to exceed $4,469,725.

Item 20

Economic Development Department

Approve a resolution authorizing award, negotiation, and execution of historic preservation fund service contracts for Fiscal Year 2019-2020 in an amount not to exceed $11,880,629 for historic preservation and restoration projects.

Item 142

Office of Real Estate Services

Approve an ordinance vacating and conveying approximately 4.341 acres of right-of-way located between 1800 and 2200 Red River Street to the Board of Regents of the University of Texas System (“University”), in exchange for the University’s conveyance to the City of (1) a street easement on a 4.516 acre tract of land generally located west of the existing Red River right-of-way between E. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and E. Dean Keeton Street as a realignment of Red River Street and (2) fee simple title to a 0.144 acre tract of land generally located at the intersection of Red River Street and Medical Arts Street.

Item 29 (Part 1 of 2)

Neighborhood Housing and Community Development

Authorize negotiation and execution of an agreement with the Urban Renewal Agency relating to the roles, responsibilities and processes for the redevelopment of East 11th and 12th Streets for an initial term of 12 months with five 12-month optional extensions.

Citizen Communications: General

Bennett Easton –Solutions to Combat Homelessness in Austin.

Larry Nelson – TBA

Rebecca Robinson – TBA

Robert Battaile – Austin Bocce Pavilion and also the Miniature Golf and Gocce Course being included in the Walter E. Long Park.

Julie Marquis – Animal Services.

Jennifer Fleck – TBA

Pat Valls-Trelles – Animal Services.

Daniel Haver – The homeless crisis in the city.

Penny Adrian – Easing homelessness in Austin.

Shelly Leibham – Animal Services.

Executive Session

110. Consider compensation and benefits for the City Clerk (Personnel matters - Section 551.074 of the Government Code).

111. Consider compensation and benefits for the Municipal Court Clerk (Personnel matters - Section 551.074 of the Government Code).

112. Consider compensation and benefits for the City Auditor (Personnel matters - Section 551.074 of the Government Code).

142. Approve an ordinance vacating and conveying approximately 4.341 acres of right-of-way located between 1800 and 2200 Red River Street to the Board of Regents of the University of Texas System (“University”), in exchange for the University’s conveyance to the City of (1) a street easement on a 4.516 acre tract of land generally located west of the existing Red River right-of-way between E. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and E. Dean Keeton Street as a realignment of Red River Street and (2) fee simple title to a 0.144 acre tract of land generally located at the intersection of Red River Street and Medical Arts Street.

147. Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance releasing approximately 841.4 acres of extraterritorial jurisdiction (“ETJ”) located at the northwest corner of Giles Lane and Highway 290 East to Travis County.

Items 77 - 79

77. Approve a resolution related to the compensation and benefits for the City Auditor.

78. Approve a resolution related to the compensation and benefits for the City Clerk.

79. Approve an ordinance related to the compensation and benefits for the Municipal Court Clerk.

Austin Housing and Finance Corporation Meeting

AGENDA The Board may go into a closed session as permitted by the Texas Open Meetings Act, (Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code) regarding any item on this agenda. Consent

1. Approve the meeting minutes of the August 8, 2019 and August 22, 2019 board meetings of the Austin Housing Finance Corporation.

2. Authorize negotiation and execution of a one-year service agreement with the City to manage and operate various housing programs on the City's behalf during Fiscal Year 2019-2020, which will be funded by United States Department of Housing and Urban Development and local housing funds in an amount not to exceed $81,914,403.

3. Authorize negotiation and execution of two year contracts with three one-year extension options for a total five-year amount not to exceed $1,250,000.00 divided among the contractors Birch Contruction, LLC; On-Call Management Services, INC.; and Valdez Remodeling & Weatherization, INC.; or one or more of the other qualified responders for the Solicitation No. IFB7200AHFC19002, which relates to the Austin Housing Finance Corporation’s Private Lateral Program (Note: This contract is exempt from the City Code Chapter 2-9A Minority Owned and Women Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program; therefore, no subcontracting goals were established).

4. Authorize negotiation and execution of two year contracts with three one-year extension options for a total five-year amount not to exceed $10,000,000 divided among the contractors: Valdez Remodeling and Weatherization, INC.; On-call Management Services, INC,; Basic IDIQ Inc; Birch Construction, LLC; and Garcia J Contractos, Inc.; or one or more of the other qualified responders for the Solicitation No. CSP7200AHFC19001, which relates to the Austin Housing Finance Corporation’s Job Order Contracting for Residential Structures Program. (Note: This contract is exempt from the City Code Chapter 2-9A Minority Owned and Women Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program; therefore, no subcontracting goals were established).

5. Authorize negotiation and execution of a one-year contract with the Housing Authority of the City of Austin to fund and administer the Tenant-Based Rental Assistance program, which provides housing opportunities through subsidies to homeless families, in an amount not to exceed $508,411.

6. Authorize the negotiation and execution of a one-year contract with the HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF AUSTIN to fund and administer the Homeless Assistance/Tenant-Based Rental Assistance Program, which provides housing opportunities through subsidies to individuals experiencing homelessness, in an amount not to exceed $626,954.

7. Authorize negotiation and execution of a contract with the Ending Community Homelessness Coalition, Inc. to fund and administer the Low Barrier Permanent Supportive Housing Voucher Program, which provides housing subsidies to homeless individuals, in an amount not to exceed $950,000.

8. Authorize negotiation and execution of a one-year contract with the Austin Area Urban League, Inc. to fund and administer the Minor Home Repair Program which provides home repairs through federal grant to homeowners in an amount not to exceed $900,000.

Adjourn

Zoning Consent Agenda

Consent: 116, 125, 131 - 133, 152

Pulled: 118, 126, 127, 128, 134 - 137

Postponed: 113 - 115, 119, 120, 122 - 124, 129, 130, 134, 138

Item 100

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance amending various sections of City Code Title 25 (Land Development) to address density bonus increases, use regulations, and sign regulations in the University Neighborhood Overlay (UNO) district.

Item 105

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance amending ordinance No. 20120628-138 by amending the map indicating areas with additional regulations applying to Mobile Food Establishments to include Colony Park/Lakeside Neighborhood Association, Inc., Harris Branch Master Association, Inc., and North Shoal Creek Neighborhood Planning Area in accordance with Section 25-2-812 of the City Code.

Item 151

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance concerning full purpose annexation of approximately 22 acres located in Travis County, located at 2021 and 2101 Crystal Bend Drive, and authorize execution of a written agreement with the owner of the land (Pflugerville Independent School District) for the provision of services. The property is currently in the 2-mile extraterritorial jurisdiction and is adjacent to Austin Council District #1.

Item 131 (Part 1 of 2)

C14-2019-0090 - 7410 Cooper Lane - Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Title 25 by rezoning property locally known as 7410 Cooper Lane (South Boggy Creek Watershed). Applicant’s Request: To rezone from development reserve (DR) district zoning to townhouse and condominium residence (SF-6) district zoning. Staff Recommendation and Zoning and Platting Commission Recommendation: To grant townhouse and condominium residence (SF-6). Owner/Applicant: Scott Branyon and Kathy Steinke. Agent: Thrower Design (A. Ron Thrower). City Staff: Wendy Rhoades, 512-974-7719.

Item 98

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance approving Atmos Energy's proposal to increase customer natural gas rates

Item 101 & 102

101. Conduct a public hearing in accordance with Section 26.001 et seq. of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Code to consider a resolution authorizing a change of use of dedicated parkland, known as Dove Springs District Park, for the Austin Public Health Department to construct, occupy and operate the Dove Springs District Health Facility, at 5801 Ainez Drive.

102. Conduct a public hearing in accordance with Section 26.001 et seq. of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Code to consider a resolution authorizing a change in use of dedicated parkland, known as Onion Creek greenbelt, for the extension of Meadow Lake Blvd through dedicated parkland, west of S. Pleasant Valley Rd. as requested by the Public Works Department

Item 103

Conduct a public hearing to consider an ordinance authorizing an amendment to the Land Development Standards Agreement with Austin Independent School District to extend the expiration of the agreement by a period of five years.

Item 104

Conduct a public hearing to consider an ordinance authorizing an amendment to the individual Land Development Standards agreements with Eanes, Round Rock, Del Valle, Pflugerville, and Leander Independent School Districts extending the expiration of the agreements by a period of two years.

Item 106

Conduct a public hearing on the proposed property (ad valorem) tax rate for Fiscal Year 2019-2020.

Item 107

Conduct a public hearing related to an application by AMTEX Multi-Housing, LLC, or an affiliated entity, for housing tax credits for a multi-family development that will be financed through the private activity bond program, to be known as Spring Villas, located at or near 7430 Bluff Springs Road in the City’s extraterritorial jurisdiction; and consider a resolution that relates to the proposed development, the application, and the allocation of housing tax credits and private activity bonds near the proposed development.

Item 151

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance concerning full purpose annexation of approximately 22 acres located in Travis County, located at 2021 and 2101 Crystal Bend Drive, and authorize execution of a written agreement with the owner of the land (Pflugerville Independent School District) for the provision of services. The property is currently in the 2-mile extraterritorial jurisdiction and is adjacent to Austin Council District #1.

Item 64

Authorize negotiation and execution of a contract with Police Executive Research Forum D/B/A PERF, to provide a comprehensive evaluation of reported sexual assaults, in an amount not to exceed $1,000,000.

(Note: This solicitation was reviewed for subcontracting opportunities in accordance with City Code Chapter 2-9C Minority Owned and Women Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program. For the services required for this solicitation, there were no subcontracting opportunities; therefore, no subcontracting goals were established. However, the recommended contractor identified subcontracting opportunities).

Item 149

Approve an ordinance amending City Code Section 11-2-7 (Allocation and Use of Hotel Occupancy Tax Revenue) and adding a new City Code Section 11-2-8 (Additional 2 Percent Hotel Occupancy Tax for Convention Center Expansion), to allocate additional funds for local music and historic preservation consistent with Chapter 351 of the Texas Tax Code.

Sponsors: Mayor Steve Adler, Council Member Jimmy Flannigan, Council Member Paige Ellis, Council Member Natasha Harper-Madison, and Council Member Gregorio Casar

Item 29 (Part 2 of 2)

Authorize negotiation and execution of an agreement with the Urban Renewal Agency relating to the roles, responsibilities and processes for the redevelopment of East 11th and 12th Streets for an initial term of 12 months with five 12-month optional extensions.

Item 13

Authorize negotiation and execution of a professional services agreement with Clayton and Little, (staff recommendation) or one of the other qualified responders for Request for Qualifications Solicitation No. CLMP270 to provide Professional Architectural and Historic Preservation Services for Fiesta Gardens Complex Rehabilitation in an amount not to exceed $375,000.

[Note; This contract will be awarded in compliance with City Code Chapter 2-9B (Minority Owned and Women Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program) by meeting the goals with 15.80% MBE and 15.80% WBE participation.]

Item 36

Approve an ordinance waiving up to $5,000 in Parks and Recreation Department Oakwood Cemetery Chapel rental fees for Austin Community College; and authorize the negotiation and execution of an interlocal agreement with Austin Community College to provide an occasional meeting space at the Oakwood Cemetery Chapel for educational purposes related to the Great Questions course.

District(s): District 1

Item 41

Approve an ordinance increasing the maximum authorized fee for Non-Consent Private Property Towing Fees for vehicles less than 10,000 lbs.

Item 96

Set a public hearing to consider the reauthorization of the South Congress Preservation and Improvement District. (Suggested date: October 3, 2019 at Austin City Hall, 301 W. Second Street, Austin TX.)

District(s): District 9

Item 131 (Part 2 of 2)

C14-2019-0090 - 7410 Cooper Lane - Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Title 25 by rezoning property locally known as 7410 Cooper Lane (South Boggy Creek Watershed). Applicant’s Request: To rezone from development reserve (DR) district zoning to townhouse and condominium residence (SF-6) district zoning. Staff Recommendation and Zoning and Platting Commission Recommendation: To grant townhouse and condominium residence (SF-6). Owner/Applicant: Scott Branyon and Kathy Steinke. Agent: Thrower Design (A. Ron Thrower). City Staff: Wendy Rhoades, 512-974-7719.

District(s): District 5

Item 132

C14-2019-0091 - 503 Walnut Apartments - Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Title 25 by rezoning property known as 503 W. 14th Street (Shoal Creek Watershed). Applicant request: To rezone from General Office (GO) to Downtown Mixed Use (DMU) district zoning. Staff recommendation: To grant Downtown Mixed Use - Conditional Overlay (DMU-CO) combining district zoning. Planning Commission recommendation: To be heard on September 10, 2019. Owner: 503 Walnut, LLC (Chris Riley). City Staff: Kate Clark, 512-974-1237.

District(s): District 9

Items 37 & 146

37. Approve adoption of the Asian American Resource Center Master Plan

146. Approve a resolution directing the City Manager to initiate a process for the redevelopment of the City of Austin’s Rutherford Lane Campus in conjunction with the Asian American Resource Center Master Plan.

Sponsors: Council Member Jimmy Flannigan, Council Member Natasha Harper-Madison, Council Member Ann Kitchen, and Council Member Sabino "Pio" Renteria

Item 84

Approve an ordinance amending City Code Title 3 and City Code Section 2-1-102 relating to: (a) impounded animal regulations - adding definitions, requiring core immunizations, mandating sterilization, addressing fee waivers, requiring notice to rescue organizations and revising reporting requirements; and (b) expanding advisory scope of the Animal Advisory Commission, respectively.

Sponsors: Council Member Leslie Pool, Mayor Steve Adler, Mayor Pro Tem Delia Garza, and Council Member Kathie Tovo

Item 126

C14-2018-0128 - 2323 South Lamar - Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Title 25 by rezoning property locally known as 2323 South Lamar Boulevard, 2421 Bluebonnet Lane, and 2315 South Lamar Boulevard (West Bouldin Creek Watershed) from limited office-conditional overlay (LO-CO) combining district zoning, community commercial-conditional overlay (GR-CO) combining district zoning, and community commercial-vertical mixed use building-conditional overlay (GR-V-CO) combining district zoning to limited office-vertical mixed use building-conditional overlay (LO-V-CO) combining district zoning and community commercial-vertical mixed use building-conditional overlay (GR-V-CO) combining district zoning, as amended. Staff Recommendation and Planning Commission Recommendation: : To grant limited office-vertical mixed use building-conditional overlay (LO-V-CO) combining district zoning and community commercial-vertical mixed use building-conditional overlay (GR-V-CO) combining district zoning. Owner/Applicant: 2323 South Lamar, LTD (Kirk Rudy). Agent: Armbrust and Brown (Richard Suttle). City Staff: Heather Chaffin, 512-974-2122.

District(s): District 5

Item 142 (Part 1 of 3)

Approve an ordinance vacating and conveying approximately 4.341 acres of right-of-way located between 1800 and 2200 Red River Street to the Board of Regents of the University of Texas System (“University”), in exchange for the University’s conveyance to the City of (1) a street easement on a 4.516 acre tract of land generally located west of the existing Red River right-of-way between E. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and E. Dean Keeton Street as a realignment of Red River Street and (2) fee simple title to a 0.144 acre tract of land generally located at the intersection of Red River Street and Medical Arts Street.

District(s): District 1

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Proclamation #6

Proclamation – National Voter Registration Day – To be presented by Mayor Steve Adler.

Proclamation #5

Proclamation and Certificates of Congratulations – Business Skills Certification graduates (x25) – To be presented by Mayor Steve Adler and to be accepted by Sylnovia Holt-Rabb, Interim Deputy Director, Economic Development Department, and the honorees.

Item 89

Approve an ordinance renaming Central Williamson Creek Greenbelt Nature Trail to the Tom Donovan Central Williamson Creek Greenbelt Nature Trail and waiving certain provisions of City Code Chapter 14-1 related to the renaming of parkland.

Sponsors: Council Member Ann Kitchen, Council Member Kathie Tovo, Council Member Leslie Pool, Council Member Alison Alter, and Council Member Sabino "Pio" Renteria

Proclamation #3

Proclamation – LGBTQ Suicide Prevention Awareness Day – To be presented by Council Member Jimmy Flannigan and to be accepted by Tarik Daniels, What’s in the Mirror?

Proclamation #4

Proclamation – Andrew Dobbs Day – To be presented by Council Member Leslie Pool and to be accepted by the honoree.

Proclamation #2

Proclamation – Take a Loved One for a Checkup Day (x3) – To be presented by Council Member Natasha Harper-Madison and to be accepted by Adrienne Sturrup, Assistant Director, Austin Public Health.

Item 142 (Part 2 of 3)

Approve an ordinance vacating and conveying approximately 4.341 acres of right-of-way located between 1800 and 2200 Red River Street to the Board of Regents of the University of Texas System (“University”), in exchange for the University’s conveyance to the City of (1) a street easement on a 4.516 acre tract of land generally located west of the existing Red River right-of-way between E. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and E. Dean Keeton Street as a realignment of Red River Street and (2) fee simple title to a 0.144 acre tract of land generally located at the intersection of Red River Street and Medical Arts Street.

District(s): District 1

Item 147

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance releasing approximately 841.4 acres of extraterritorial jurisdiction (“ETJ”) located at the northwest corner of Giles Lane and Highway 290 East to Travis County.

Sponsors: Council Member Natasha Harper-Madison, Council Member Leslie Pool, Council Member Ann Kitchen, Council Member Gregorio Casar, and Council Member Paige Ellis

Item 142 (Part 3 of 3)

Approve an ordinance vacating and conveying approximately 4.341 acres of right-of-way located between 1800 and 2200 Red River Street to the Board of Regents of the University of Texas System (“University”), in exchange for the University’s conveyance to the City of (1) a street easement on a 4.516 acre tract of land generally located west of the existing Red River right-of-way between E. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and E. Dean Keeton Street as a realignment of Red River Street and (2) fee simple title to a 0.144 acre tract of land generally located at the intersection of Red River Street and Medical Arts Street.

District(s): District 1

Item 122

C14-2019-0007 - Comfort Mobile Home Park - Conduct a public hearing and approve second and third readings of an ordinance amending City Code Title 25 by rezoning property locally known as 7303, 7311, 7401, and 7403 East Riverside Drive (Carson Creek Watershed). Applicant Request: To rezone from East Riverside Corridor (ERC) district zoning to mobile home residence (MH) district zoning. First reading approved on June 20, 2019. Vote 11-0. Owner: 7307-7403 E Riverside LLC. Staff: Heather Chaffin, 512-974-2122. A valid petition has been filed in opposition to this rezoning case.

District(s): District 3

Item 125

C814-2012-0160.01 - 211 South Lamar - Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Title 25 by rezoning property locally known as 211 South Lamar Boulevard Northbound and 1211 West Riverside Drive (Lady Bird Lake Watershed). Applicant’s Request: To rezone from planned unit development (PUD) district zoning to planned unit development (PUD) district zoning, to change a condition of zoning. This ordinance may include waiver of fees, alternative funding methods, modifications of City regulations, and acquisition of property. Staff Recommendation and Planning Commission Recommendation: To grant planned unit development (PUD) district zoning, to change a condition of zoning. Owner/Applicant: 16 Piggybank Ltd. (Huston Street). Agent: Drenner Group, PC (Amanda Swor). City Staff: Wendy Rhoades, 512-974-7719.

District(s): District 5

Item 135

C14-2019-0087 - 1900 W. William Cannon Rezoning- conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Title 25 by rezoning property known as 1900 W. William Cannon Rezoning (Williamson Creek Watershed). Applicant request: To rezone from Limited Office - Neighborhood Plan (LO-NP) combining district zoning and Family Residence - Neighborhood Plan (SF-3-NP) combining district zoning to Community Commercial - Conditional Overlay - Neighborhood Plan (GR-CO-NP) combining district zoning. Staff and Planning Commission recommendation: To grant Neighborhood Commercial - Neighborhood Plan (LR-NP). Owner: Wells Fargo Bank NA / Texas Bank Southwest. Agent: Keepers Consulting (Ricca Keepers). City Staff: Kate Clark, 512-974-1237.

District(s): District 5

Item 118

C14-2019-0075 - Cannonleague Residences - District 5 - Conduct a public hearing and approve second and third readings of an ordinance amending City Code Title 25 by rezoning property locally known as 6501 and 6503 Cannonleague Drive (Williamson Creek Watershed). Applicant’s Request: To rezone from family residence-neighborhood plan (SF-3-NP) combining district zoning to urban family residence-conditional overlay-neighborhood plan (SF-5-CO-NP) combining district zoning. First Reading approved on August 22, 2019. Vote: 6-4, Council Members Alter, Kitchen, Pool and Tovo voted nay, Council Member Casar abstained. Owner and Applicant: Don R. Hancock. Agent: Land Answers, Inc. (Jim Wittliff). City Staff: Wendy Rhoades, 512-974-7719.

District(s): District 5

Item 128

C14-2019-0088 - Dessau Retail Center - Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Title 25 by rezoning property locally known as 11800 Dessau Road (Walnut Creek Watershed). Applicant Request: To rezone from community commercial services-conditional overlay (GR-CO) combining district zoning to community commercial services (GR) district zoning. Staff Recommendation and Zoning and Platting Commission Recommendation: To grant community commercial-conditional overlay (GR-CO) combining district zoning. Owner/Applicant: Mita Enterprises (Rahim Marediya). Agent: South Llano Strategies (Josiah Stevenson). City Staff: Heather Chaffin, 512-974-2122.

District(s): District 1

Item 137

C14H-2019-0111 - Tuke-Lyon Grocery Store - Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Title 25 by rezoning property locally known as 220 Comal Street. Applicant’s Request: To rezone from neighborhood commercial - neighborhood plan (LR-NP) combining district zoning to neighborhood commercial - historic landmark - neighborhood plan (LR-H-NP) combining district zoning. Staff Recommendation and Historic Landmark Commission Recommendation: To grant neighborhood commercial - historic landmark - neighborhood plan (LR-H-NP) combining district zoning. Planning Commission Recommendation: Forwarded to Council without recommendation due to lack of an affirmative vote. Applicant: Historic Landmark Commission; Owner: Rosa Santis, Comal Koalas Properties, LLC. City Staff: Steve Sadowsky, Historic Preservation Office, Planning and Zoning Department, 512-974-6454.

District(s): District 3

Item 136

C14H-2019-0065 - Heierman-Hornaday House - Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending City Code Title 25 by rezoning property locally known as 2412 Harris Boulevard. Applicant’s Request: To rezone from family residence- neighborhood plan (SF-3-NP) combining district zoning to family residence - historic landmark - neighborhood plan (SF-3-H-NP) combining district zoning. Historic Landmark Commission Recommendation, Staff Recommendation and Planning Commission Recommendation: To grant family residence - historic landmark - neighborhood plan (SF-3-H-NP) combining district zoning. Applicants/Owners: Kyle and Laura Lossen. City Staff: Steve Sadowsky, Historic Preservation Office, Planning and Zoning Department, 512-974-6454.

District(s): District 9

Adjourn
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