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Intro and Consent Agenda

Invocation Father Bill Wack, St. Ignatius Catholic Church Consent Agenda Items 1, 6-19, 22, 25, 27-33, 35-59, 61-65, 67-70.

Items 4, 5, 23, 24 (Part 1 of 2)

4. Authorize execution of Work Authorization Amendment No. 3 to Construction Manager at Risk contract with MWH CONSTRUCTORS, INC., Broomfield, CO, for a Guaranteed Maximum Price of $22,422,968 for Work Packages No. S-303 Filters and Upflow Clarifiers 1 and 2 and No. S-305 Walls, Conveyances, and Miscellaneous Site Work for the Water Treatment Plant No. 4, plus a contingency in the amount of $1,121,148, for a total not-to-exceed authorization amount of $23,544,116. Funding is available in the Fiscal Year 2008-2009 Capital Budget of the Austin Water Utility. This Amendment will be awarded in compliance with Chapter 2-9A of the City Code (Minority-Owned and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program). Goals established for each of the Work Packages for this Guaranteed Maximum Price Proposal for 3C have been exceeded by MWH Constructors, Inc. Reviewed by the Water and Wastewater Commission. 5. Authorize the negotiation and execution of all required Work Authorization amendments for the remainder of the construction phase services with MHW CONSTRUCTORS, INC., Broomfield, CO., construction manager-at-risk for the Water Treatment Plant No. 4 project, and authorize funding in the amount of $299,758,773, which is the remaining balance of the Construction Cost Limitation of $359,000,000 for all remaining construction phase services for the Water Treatment Plant No. 4 project. Funding is available in the Fiscal Year 2008-2009 Capital Budget of the Austin Water Utility. The Construction Manager at Risk contract and approved Amendments have been awarded in compliance with Chapter 2-9A of the City Code (Minority-Owned and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program). To date, goals have been exceeded by MWH Constructors, Inc. for Preconstruction Phase Services and all Work Packages making up the three existing Amendments. All future Work Packages for subsequent Amendments will contain MBE/WBE goals and compliance will be required. Not recommended by the Water and Wastewater Commission. 23. Authorize negotiation and execution of an amendment to the professional services agreement with Greenberg, Traurig, P.A., for legal services in connection with the construction-manager-at-risk contract and professional engineering services agreements for Water Treatment Plant No. 4, to increase funding in the amount of $60,000, for a total contract amount not to exceed $260,000. Funding is available in the FY 2010-2011 Capital Budget of the Austin Water Utility. 24. Authorize negotiation and execution of an amendment to the legal services agreement with Smith, Robertson, Elliot, Glen, Klein & Bell, LLP, to provide legal services related to environmental review and compliance for Water Treatment Plant 4, to increase funding in the amount of $125,000, for a total contract amount not to exceed $495,000. Funding is available in the FY 2010-2011 Capital Budget of the Austin Water Utility.

Items 4, 5, 23, 24 (Part 2 of 2)

4. Authorize execution of Work Authorization Amendment No. 3 to Construction Manager at Risk contract with MWH CONSTRUCTORS, INC., Broomfield, CO, for a Guaranteed Maximum Price of $22,422,968 for Work Packages No. S-303 Filters and Upflow Clarifiers 1 and 2 and No. S-305 Walls, Conveyances, and Miscellaneous Site Work for the Water Treatment Plant No. 4, plus a contingency in the amount of $1,121,148, for a total not-to-exceed authorization amount of $23,544,116. Funding is available in the Fiscal Year 2008-2009 Capital Budget of the Austin Water Utility. This Amendment will be awarded in compliance with Chapter 2-9A of the City Code (Minority-Owned and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program). Goals established for each of the Work Packages for this Guaranteed Maximum Price Proposal for 3C have been exceeded by MWH Constructors, Inc. Reviewed by the Water and Wastewater Commission. 5. Authorize the negotiation and execution of all required Work Authorization amendments for the remainder of the construction phase services with MHW CONSTRUCTORS, INC., Broomfield, CO., construction manager-at-risk for the Water Treatment Plant No. 4 project, and authorize funding in the amount of $299,758,773, which is the remaining balance of the Construction Cost Limitation of $359,000,000 for all remaining construction phase services for the Water Treatment Plant No. 4 project. Funding is available in the Fiscal Year 2008-2009 Capital Budget of the Austin Water Utility. The Construction Manager at Risk contract and approved Amendments have been awarded in compliance with Chapter 2-9A of the City Code (Minority-Owned and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program). To date, goals have been exceeded by MWH Constructors, Inc. for Preconstruction Phase Services and all Work Packages making up the three existing Amendments. All future Work Packages for subsequent Amendments will contain MBE/WBE goals and compliance will be required. Not recommended by the Water and Wastewater Commission. 23. Authorize negotiation and execution of an amendment to the professional services agreement with Greenberg, Traurig, P.A., for legal services in connection with the construction-manager-at-risk contract and professional engineering services agreements for Water Treatment Plant No. 4, to increase funding in the amount of $60,000, for a total contract amount not to exceed $260,000. Funding is available in the FY 2010-2011 Capital Budget of the Austin Water Utility. 24. Authorize negotiation and execution of an amendment to the legal services agreement with Smith, Robertson, Elliot, Glen, Klein & Bell, LLP, to provide legal services related to environmental review and compliance for Water Treatment Plant 4, to increase funding in the amount of $125,000, for a total contract amount not to exceed $495,000. Funding is available in the FY 2010-2011 Capital Budget of the Austin Water Utility.

Item 4

Authorize execution of Work Authorization Amendment No. 3 to Construction Manager at Risk contract with MWH CONSTRUCTORS, INC., Broomfield, CO, for a Guaranteed Maximum Price of $22,422,968 for Work Packages No. S-303 Filters and Upflow Clarifiers 1 and 2 and No. S-305 Walls, Conveyances, and Miscellaneous Site Work for the Water Treatment Plant No. 4, plus a contingency in the amount of $1,121,148, for a total not-to-exceed authorization amount of $23,544,116. Funding is available in the Fiscal Year 2008-2009 Capital Budget of the Austin Water Utility. This Amendment will be awarded in compliance with Chapter 2-9A of the City Code (Minority-Owned and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program). Goals established for each of the Work Packages for this Guaranteed Maximum Price Proposal for 3C have been exceeded by MWH Constructors, Inc. Reviewed by the Water and Wastewater Commission.

Item 5 (Part 1 of 2)

Authorize the negotiation and execution of all required Work Authorization amendments for the remainder of the construction phase services with MHW CONSTRUCTORS, INC., Broomfield, CO., construction manager-at-risk for the Water Treatment Plant No. 4 project, and authorize funding in the amount of $299,758,773, which is the remaining balance of the Construction Cost Limitation of $359,000,000 for all remaining construction phase services for the Water Treatment Plant No. 4 project. Funding is available in the Fiscal Year 2008-2009 Capital Budget of the Austin Water Utility. The Construction Manager at Risk contract and approved Amendments have been awarded in compliance with Chapter 2-9A of the City Code (Minority-Owned and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program). To date, goals have been exceeded by MWH Constructors, Inc. for Preconstruction Phase Services and all Work Packages making up the three existing Amendments. All future Work Packages for subsequent Amendments will contain MBE/WBE goals and compliance will be required. Not recommended by the Water and Wastewater Commission.

Citizen Communications

Sharon Blythe – Water treatment plant 4 transmission mains Christopher Ringstaff – Austin family pays thousands for City permitting error Philip Kay – Transmission mains Rick Pope – Water treatment plant 4 transmission mains Wayne Hensley - St. Johns community Paul Robbins – City issues Russell Doyle – Fluoride Ronnie Reeferseed – Peace, freedom and fluoridation of our water Richard Troxell - Homelessness in Austin Rae Nadler-Olenick - Water Fluoridation

Item 5 (Part 2 of 2)

Authorize the negotiation and execution of all required Work Authorization amendments for the remainder of the construction phase services with MHW CONSTRUCTORS, INC., Broomfield, CO., construction manager-at-risk for the Water Treatment Plant No. 4 project, and authorize funding in the amount of $299,758,773, which is the remaining balance of the Construction Cost Limitation of $359,000,000 for all remaining construction phase services for the Water Treatment Plant No. 4 project. Funding is available in the Fiscal Year 2008-2009 Capital Budget of the Austin Water Utility. The Construction Manager at Risk contract and approved Amendments have been awarded in compliance with Chapter 2-9A of the City Code (Minority-Owned and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program). To date, goals have been exceeded by MWH Constructors, Inc. for Preconstruction Phase Services and all Work Packages making up the three existing Amendments. All future Work Packages for subsequent Amendments will contain MBE/WBE goals and compliance will be required. Not recommended by the Water and Wastewater Commission.

Executive Session

Discuss a real property acquisition of approximately 34 acres located at 1407 W. Stassney (Real Property - Section 551.072).

Item 74

Approve an ordinance authorizing the issuance of City of Austin, Texas, Water and Wastewater System Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2010A and City of Austin, Texas Water and Wastewater System Revenue Refunding Bonds, Taxable Series 2010B (Direct Subsidy-Build America Bonds), in an amount not to exceed $185,000,000, and approving related documents. $3,764,187 estimated debt service requirement and $800 annual paying agent/registrar fee is included in the Fiscal Year 2010-2011 budget of the Utility Revenue Bond Redemption Fund.

Items 23-24

23. Authorize negotiation and execution of an amendment to the professional services agreement with Greenberg, Traurig, P.A., for legal services in connection with the construction-manager-at-risk contract and professional engineering services agreements for Water Treatment Plant No. 4, to increase funding in the amount of $60,000, for a total contract amount not to exceed $260,000. Funding is available in the FY 2010-2011 Capital Budget of the Austin Water Utility. 24. Authorize negotiation and execution of an amendment to the legal services agreement with Smith, Robertson, Elliot, Glen, Klein & Bell, LLP, to provide legal services related to environmental review and compliance for Water Treatment Plant 4, to increase funding in the amount of $125,000, for a total contract amount not to exceed $495,000. Funding is available in the FY 2010-2011 Capital Budget of the Austin Water Utility.

Item 71

New Central Library Project briefing

Items 2 & 3 (Part 1 of 2)

2. Authorize the negotiation and execution of a developer agreement with Land Accelerator, LLC to reimburse costs to construct oversized 24-inch and 36-inch water transmission mains and appurtenances related to Service Extension Request No. 2955 to provide water service to the Formula 1 United States Austin, Texas development located at 7700 Elroy Road for a total reimbursement not to exceed $5,373,734. Funding is available in the Fiscal Year 2010-2011 Capital Budget of the Austin Water Utility. Recommended by the Water and Wastewater Commission with the requirement that the applicant complies with the Third Party Agreement, if applicable. Related to Item #3. 3. Authorize the negotiation and execution of a developer agreement with Land Accelerator, LLC to reimburse costs to construct an oversized 30-inch wastewater main and appurtenances related to Service Extension Request No. 2956 to provide wastewater service to the Formula 1 United States Austin, Texas development located at 7700 Elroy Road for a total reimbursement not to exceed $8,126,619. Funding is available in the Fiscal Year 2010-2011 Capital Budget of the Austin Water Utility. Recommended by the Water and Wastewater Commission with the requirement that the applicant complies with the Third Party Agreement, if applicable. Related to Item #2.

Items 2 & 3 (Part 2 of 2)

2. Authorize the negotiation and execution of a developer agreement with Land Accelerator, LLC to reimburse costs to construct oversized 24-inch and 36-inch water transmission mains and appurtenances related to Service Extension Request No. 2955 to provide water service to the Formula 1 United States Austin, Texas development located at 7700 Elroy Road for a total reimbursement not to exceed $5,373,734. Funding is available in the Fiscal Year 2010-2011 Capital Budget of the Austin Water Utility. Recommended by the Water and Wastewater Commission with the requirement that the applicant complies with the Third Party Agreement, if applicable. Related to Item #3. 3. Authorize the negotiation and execution of a developer agreement with Land Accelerator, LLC to reimburse costs to construct an oversized 30-inch wastewater main and appurtenances related to Service Extension Request No. 2956 to provide wastewater service to the Formula 1 United States Austin, Texas development located at 7700 Elroy Road for a total reimbursement not to exceed $8,126,619. Funding is available in the Fiscal Year 2010-2011 Capital Budget of the Austin Water Utility. Recommended by the Water and Wastewater Commission with the requirement that the applicant complies with the Third Party Agreement, if applicable. Related to Item #2.

Item 20

Approve negotiation and execution of a contract with THE SALVATION ARMY, Austin, TX to provide social services for homeless women and their dependent children in an amount not to exceed $4,638,466 for the period January 1, 2011 through September 30, 2013, with two 12-month extension options in an amount not to exceed $1,686,715 each, for a total contract amount not to exceed $8,011,896. Funding in the amount of $1,265,036 is available in the Fiscal Year 2010-2011 Operating Budget of the Health and Human Services Department.

Item 21

Authorize City Manager to negotiate and execute the renewal of the Interlocal Agreement for Emergency Shelter for Homeless Women and Children with TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS for an additional five-year term beginning April 1, 2011.

Item 26

Approve a resolution for the adoption of the Parks and Recreation Department's "Long Range Plan for Land, Facilities, and Programs" which is a guide for future growth and development of Austin’s parks and recreation system and follows the requirements of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department master plan documents for parks and recreation agencies grant applications. Recommended by the Parks and Recreation Board.

Item 60

Approve a resolution extending the deadline for the city manager to make recommendations related to historic preservation and an analysis of the economic benefits of historic preservation. (Council Member Laura Morrison Council Member William Spelman )

Item 34

Authorize award and execution of a 12-month requirements service contract with U. S. SECURITY ASSOCIATES, INC, Austin, TX, or one of the other qualified bidders to IFB-BV No. KDW0060, to provide unarmed uniformed security guard services in an estimated amount not to exceed $1,478,110, with four 12-month extension options in an estimated amount not to exceed $1,478,110 per extension option, for a total estimated contract amount not to exceed $7,390,550. Funding in the amount of $1,354,934 is available in the Fiscal Year 2010-2011 Operating Budget of Austin Energy. Funding for the remaining month of the original contract period and extension options is contingent upon available funding in future budgets. Best evaluated bid of nine bids received. This contract will be awarded in compliance with Chapter 2-9C of the City Code (Minority Owned and Women Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program). No subcontracting opportunities were identified; therefore, no goals were established for this solicitation. Recommended by the Electric Utility Commission.

Item 101

Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance amending sections in City Code Title 25 (Land Development) relating to docks, bulkheads and shoreline access.

Item 66

Set a public hearing to consider a resolution regarding the use of approximately 6,420 square feet of land for a permanent retrieval shaft, approximately 162,348 square feet of land for a permanent subterranean tunnel, and approximately 14,985 square feet of land temporary staging area and material storage site in connection with the construction, use, maintenance, repair, and replacement of a portion of the WTP4 Jollyville Water Transmission Main Project through multiple tracts of dedicated parkland known as the Upper Bull Creek Greenbelt, in accordance with Sec. 26.001 et seq. of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Code. All costs associated with construction, as well as any parkland restoration will be paid by requester. (Suggested date and time: December 16, 2010 at 4:00 p.m. at Austin City Hall, 301 W. Second Street, Austin, TX). Reviewed by the Parks and Recreation Board.

Zoning Consent & Postponements

Zoning Ordinances / Restrictive Covenants (HEARINGS CLOSED) Items 75-76 Zoning and Neighborhood Plan Amendments (Public Hearings and Possible Action) Items 79-91 and 93-96

Item 77

C14-2010-0118 – 1901 South Lamar Boulevard - Approve second/third readings of an ordinance amending Chapter 25-2 of the Austin City Code by rezoning property locally known as 1901 South Lamar Boulevard (West Bouldin Creek Watershed) from commercial services (CS) district zoning to commercial-liquor sales (CS-1) district zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant commercial-liquor sales (CS-1) district zoning. Planning Commission Recommendation: To grant commercial-liquor sales (CS-1) district zoning. First reading approved on October 28, 2010. Vote: 6-1; Morrison, nay. Applicant: Columbine Properties, Inc. (William Tamminga). Agent: Hajjar Sutherland & Kelly LLP (Kareem Hajjar). City Staff: Stephen Rye 974-7604.

Item 78

C14H-2010-0015 – Warner Stewart House - Approve second/third readings of an ordinance amending Chapter 25-2 of the Austin City Code by rezoning property locally known as 1015 Gaston Avenue (Shoal Creek Watershed) from family residence–standard lot (SF-2) district zoning to family residence–standard lot–historic landmark (SF-2-H) combining district zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant family residence–standard lot–historic landmark (SF-2-H) combining district zoning. Historic Landmark Commission Recommendation: To grant family residence–standard lot–historic landmark (SF-2-H) combining district zoning. Planning Commission Recommendation: To grant family residence-standard lot–historic landmark (SF-2-H) combining district zoning. Applicants: Bill Pewitt and Shannon McCann, owners. City Staff: Steve Sadowsky, 974-6454.

Item 100 (Part 1 of 3)

C14H-2010-0019 – Hyde Park Local Historic District - Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending Chapter 25-2 of the Austin City Code by rezoning property generally between 38th and 45th Streets, Avenue A and Duval Streets, from family residence–neighborhood conservation combining district (SF-3-NCCD) combining district zoning to family residence–historic area–neighborhood conservation combining district (SF-3HD-NCCD) combining district zoning; family residence–historic landmark–neighborhood conservation combining district (SF-3-H-NCCD) combining district zoning to family residence–historic landmark–historic area–neighborhood conservation combining district (SF-3-H-HD-NCCD) combining district zoning; townhouse and condominium residence–neighborhood conservation combining district (SF-6-NCCD) combining district zoning to townhouse and condominium residence– historic area–neighborhood conservation combining district (SF-6-HD-NCCD) combining district zoning; multi-family residence–low density–neighborhood conservation (MF-2-NCCD) combining district to multi-family residence–low density–historic area–neighborhood conservation (MF-2-HD-NCCD) combining district; multi-family residence–medium density–neighborhood conservation (MF-3-NCCD) combining district to multi-family residence–medium density–historic area–neighborhood conservation (MF-3-HD-NCCD) combining district; multi-family residence–moderate-high density– neighborhood conservation (MF-4-NCCD) combining district to multi-family residence–moderate-high density–historic area–neighborhood conservation (MF-4-HD-NCCD) combining district; limited office–neighborhood conservation (LO-NCCD) combining district to limited office–historic area– neighborhood conservation (LO-HD-NCCD) combining district; limited office–historic landmark–neighborhood conservation (LO-H-NCCD) combining district to limited office–historic landmark–historic area–neighborhood conservation (LO-H-HD-NCCD) combining district; limited office–vertical mixed use-neighborhood conservation (LO-V-NCCD) combining district to limited office–vertical mixed use–historic area–neighborhood conservation (LO-V-HD-NCCD) combining district; general office–neighborhood conservation (GO-NCCD) combining district to general office–historic area–neighborhood conservation (GO-HD-NCCD) combining district; neighborhood commercial–neighborhood conservation (LR-NCCD) combining district to neighborhood commercial–historic area–neighborhood conservation (LR-HD-NCCD) combining district; community commercial–neighborhood conservation (GR-NCCD) combining district to community commercial–historic area–neighborhood conservation (FR-HD-NCCD) combining district; general commercial services–neighborhood conservation (CS-NCCD) combining district to general commercial services–historic area–neighborhood conservation (CS-HD-NCCD) combining district; neighborhood office–neighborhood conservation (NO-NCCD) combining district to neighborhood office–historic landmark– historic area–neighborhood conservation (NO-H-HD-NCCD) combining district; and public–neighborhood conservation (P-NCCD) combining district to public–historic area–neighborhood conservation (P-HD-NCCD) combining district. Staff Recommendation: To grant the historic area combining district zoning to all the above-referenced base zoning classifications. Historic Landmark Commission Recommendation: To grant the historic area combining district zoning to all the above-referenced base zoning classifications. Planning Commission Recommendation: To grant the historic area combining district zoning to all the above-referenced base zoning classifications. Applicants: Hyde Park Historic District Nominating Team (Lorre Weidlich, chair). City Staff: Steve Sadowsky, 974-6454.

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Proclamations

Proclamation -- Let's Make Austin a "Let's Move City" -- to be presented by Mayor Lee Leffingwell and to be accepted by Lou Earl and Julie Byers Certificate of Congratulations -- Small Business Development Program -- to be presented by Mayor Lee Leffingwell and to be accepted by Rosy Jalifi and members of the lending community Proclamation -- Eat Local Week -- to be presented by Mayor Pro Tem Mike Martinez and to be accepted by Marla Camp Distinguished Service Award -- JoAnne Christian -- to be presented by Council Member Sheryl Cole and to be accepted by the honoree Proclamation -- Hunger and Homelessness Awareness -- to be presented by Council Member Sheryl Cole and to be accepted by Ed McHorse, Beth Atherton and Richard Troxell

Item 92

C14-2010-0143 – Frontier Valley – Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending Chapter 25-2 of the Austin City Code by rezoning property locally known as 1418 Frontier Valley Road (Carson Creek Watershed) from single family residence standard lot - neighborhood plan (SF-3-NP) combining district zoning to mobile home residence-neighborhood plan (MH-NP) combining district zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant mobile home residence - neighborhood plan (MH-NP) combining district zoning. Planning Commission Recommendation: To forward to City Council without a recommendation. Applicant: FVMHP, LP (Randy G. Allen). Agent: FVMHP, LP (Randy G. Allen). City Staff: Stephen Rye, 974-7604.

Item 97

C14-2010-0126 – Melridge Terrace – Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending Chapter 25-2 of the Austin City Code by rezoning property locally known as 1303 Robert E. Lee Road (Town Lake Watershed) from single family residence standard lot (SF-3) district zoning to townhouse and condominium-conditional overlay (SF-6-CO) combining district zoning. Staff Recommendation: To grant townhouse and condominium residence-conditional overlay (SF-6-CO) combining district zoning. Planning Commission Recommendation: To grant townhouse and condominium residence-conditional overlay (SF-6-CO) combining district zoning. Applicant: Melridge Terrace, LP (Ryan Diepenbrock). Agent: Melridge Terrace, LP (Ryan Diepenbrock). City Staff: Stephen Rye, 974-7604.

Items 98-99

98. NPA-2009-0019.02 – Mitchell Hyde Park Rezone/NPA - Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending Ordinance No. 20040826-056 the Central Austin Combined Neighborhood Plan, an element of the Austin Tomorrow Comprehensive Plan, to change the land use designation on the future land use map (FLUM) on property locally known as 209 E. 38th Street (Waller Creek Watershed) from Single Family to Multifamily land use. Staff Recommendation: To deny the Multifamily land use designation. Planning Commission Recommendation: To deny the Multifamily land use. Gil Liebrecht & Jason Mitchell. Vincent Gerard & Associate (Vincent G. Huebinger). Maureen Meredith, 974-2695. 99. C14-2010-0024 – Mitchell Hyde Park Re-Zone – Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending Chapter 25-2 of the Austin City Code by rezoning property locally known as 209 E 38th Street (Waller Creek Watershed) from single family residence-neighborhood conservation combining district-neighborhood plan (SF-3-NCCD-NP) combining district zoning to multifamily residence, limited density-neighborhood conservation combining district-neighborhood plan-conditional overlay (MF-1-NCCD-NP-CO) combining district zoning. Staff Recommendation: To deny multifamily residence, limited density-neighborhood conservation combining district-neighborhood plan-conditional overlay (MF-1-NCCD-NP-CO) combining district zoning. Planning Commission Recommendation: To deny multifamily residence, limited density-neighborhood conservation combining district-neighborhood plan-conditional overlay (MF-1-NCCD-NP-CO) combining district zoning. Applicant: Jason Mitchell. Agent: Vincent Gerard & Associates (Vincent Gerard). City Staff: Clark Patterson, 974-7691

Item 100 (Part 2 of 3)

C14H-2010-0019 – Hyde Park Local Historic District - Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending Chapter 25-2 of the Austin City Code by rezoning property generally between 38th and 45th Streets, Avenue A and Duval Streets, from family residence–neighborhood conservation combining district (SF-3-NCCD) combining district zoning to family residence–historic area–neighborhood conservation combining district (SF-3HD-NCCD) combining district zoning; family residence–historic landmark–neighborhood conservation combining district (SF-3-H-NCCD) combining district zoning to family residence–historic landmark–historic area–neighborhood conservation combining district (SF-3-H-HD-NCCD) combining district zoning; townhouse and condominium residence–neighborhood conservation combining district (SF-6-NCCD) combining district zoning to townhouse and condominium residence– historic area–neighborhood conservation combining district (SF-6-HD-NCCD) combining district zoning; multi-family residence–low density–neighborhood conservation (MF-2-NCCD) combining district to multi-family residence–low density–historic area–neighborhood conservation (MF-2-HD-NCCD) combining district; multi-family residence–medium density–neighborhood conservation (MF-3-NCCD) combining district to multi-family residence–medium density–historic area–neighborhood conservation (MF-3-HD-NCCD) combining district; multi-family residence–moderate-high density– neighborhood conservation (MF-4-NCCD) combining district to multi-family residence–moderate-high density–historic area–neighborhood conservation (MF-4-HD-NCCD) combining district; limited office–neighborhood conservation (LO-NCCD) combining district to limited office–historic area– neighborhood conservation (LO-HD-NCCD) combining district; limited office–historic landmark–neighborhood conservation (LO-H-NCCD) combining district to limited office–historic landmark–historic area–neighborhood conservation (LO-H-HD-NCCD) combining district; limited office–vertical mixed use-neighborhood conservation (LO-V-NCCD) combining district to limited office–vertical mixed use–historic area–neighborhood conservation (LO-V-HD-NCCD) combining district; general office–neighborhood conservation (GO-NCCD) combining district to general office–historic area–neighborhood conservation (GO-HD-NCCD) combining district; neighborhood commercial–neighborhood conservation (LR-NCCD) combining district to neighborhood commercial–historic area–neighborhood conservation (LR-HD-NCCD) combining district; community commercial–neighborhood conservation (GR-NCCD) combining district to community commercial–historic area–neighborhood conservation (FR-HD-NCCD) combining district; general commercial services–neighborhood conservation (CS-NCCD) combining district to general commercial services–historic area–neighborhood conservation (CS-HD-NCCD) combining district; neighborhood office–neighborhood conservation (NO-NCCD) combining district to neighborhood office–historic landmark– historic area–neighborhood conservation (NO-H-HD-NCCD) combining district; and public–neighborhood conservation (P-NCCD) combining district to public–historic area–neighborhood conservation (P-HD-NCCD) combining district. Staff Recommendation: To grant the historic area combining district zoning to all the above-referenced base zoning classifications. Historic Landmark Commission Recommendation: To grant the historic area combining district zoning to all the above-referenced base zoning classifications. Planning Commission Recommendation: To grant the historic area combining district zoning to all the above-referenced base zoning classifications. Applicants: Hyde Park Historic District Nominating Team (Lorre Weidlich, chair). City Staff: Steve Sadowsky, 974-6454.

Item 100 (Part 3 of 3)

C14H-2010-0019 – Hyde Park Local Historic District - Conduct a public hearing and approve an ordinance amending Chapter 25-2 of the Austin City Code by rezoning property generally between 38th and 45th Streets, Avenue A and Duval Streets, from family residence–neighborhood conservation combining district (SF-3-NCCD) combining district zoning to family residence–historic area–neighborhood conservation combining district (SF-3HD-NCCD) combining district zoning; family residence–historic landmark–neighborhood conservation combining district (SF-3-H-NCCD) combining district zoning to family residence–historic landmark–historic area–neighborhood conservation combining district (SF-3-H-HD-NCCD) combining district zoning; townhouse and condominium residence–neighborhood conservation combining district (SF-6-NCCD) combining district zoning to townhouse and condominium residence– historic area–neighborhood conservation combining district (SF-6-HD-NCCD) combining district zoning; multi-family residence–low density–neighborhood conservation (MF-2-NCCD) combining district to multi-family residence–low density–historic area–neighborhood conservation (MF-2-HD-NCCD) combining district; multi-family residence–medium density–neighborhood conservation (MF-3-NCCD) combining district to multi-family residence–medium density–historic area–neighborhood conservation (MF-3-HD-NCCD) combining district; multi-family residence–moderate-high density– neighborhood conservation (MF-4-NCCD) combining district to multi-family residence–moderate-high density–historic area–neighborhood conservation (MF-4-HD-NCCD) combining district; limited office–neighborhood conservation (LO-NCCD) combining district to limited office–historic area– neighborhood conservation (LO-HD-NCCD) combining district; limited office–historic landmark–neighborhood conservation (LO-H-NCCD) combining district to limited office–historic landmark–historic area–neighborhood conservation (LO-H-HD-NCCD) combining district; limited office–vertical mixed use-neighborhood conservation (LO-V-NCCD) combining district to limited office–vertical mixed use–historic area–neighborhood conservation (LO-V-HD-NCCD) combining district; general office–neighborhood conservation (GO-NCCD) combining district to general office–historic area–neighborhood conservation (GO-HD-NCCD) combining district; neighborhood commercial–neighborhood conservation (LR-NCCD) combining district to neighborhood commercial–historic area–neighborhood conservation (LR-HD-NCCD) combining district; community commercial–neighborhood conservation (GR-NCCD) combining district to community commercial–historic area–neighborhood conservation (FR-HD-NCCD) combining district; general commercial services–neighborhood conservation (CS-NCCD) combining district to general commercial services–historic area–neighborhood conservation (CS-HD-NCCD) combining district; neighborhood office–neighborhood conservation (NO-NCCD) combining district to neighborhood office–historic landmark– historic area–neighborhood conservation (NO-H-HD-NCCD) combining district; and public–neighborhood conservation (P-NCCD) combining district to public–historic area–neighborhood conservation (P-HD-NCCD) combining district. Staff Recommendation: To grant the historic area combining district zoning to all the above-referenced base zoning classifications. Historic Landmark Commission Recommendation: To grant the historic area combining district zoning to all the above-referenced base zoning classifications. Planning Commission Recommendation: To grant the historic area combining district zoning to all the above-referenced base zoning classifications. Applicants: Hyde Park Historic District Nominating Team (Lorre Weidlich, chair). City Staff: Steve Sadowsky, 974-6454.
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