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File #: 18-1066    Name:
Type: Consent Item Status: Passed
File created: 8/29/2018 In control: Broken Arrow City Council
On agenda: 9/18/2018 Final action: 9/18/2018
Title: Approval of PT18-106, Conditional Final Plat, Bill Knight Collision, 2 lots, 2.74 acres, PUD-271/CH and IL to PUD-271A/CH and IL, north of Kenosha Street, west of 9th Street
Attachments: 1. 2-Published PC Fact Sheet, 2. 3-Subdivision Checklist, 3. 4-Conditional Final Plat.PT18 106, 4. 5-Deed of Dedication and Restrictive Covenants
Broken Arrow City Council
Meeting of: 09-18-2018

Title:
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Approval of PT18-106, Conditional Final Plat, Bill Knight Collision, 2 lots, 2.74 acres, PUD-271/CH and IL to PUD-271A/CH and IL, north of Kenosha Street, west of 9th Street

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Background:
The conditional final plat of Bill Knight Collision includes two lots containing 2.74 acres located north of Kenosha Street, west of 9th Street. As proposed, Lot 1 is 1.634 acres, and Lot 2 is 1.106 acres.

The property associated with Bill Knight Collision was originally platted as Lynn Lane Terrace on May 7, 1973 and later as Lynn Lane Terrace Amended on February 24, 1977. Lots splits in 2014 and 2015 created new tracts within this plat including the 1.06-acre site where Andy's Custard is now located and the 2.74-acre site that is the subject of the current plat.

On February 20, 2018, the City Council approved PUD-271 and BAZ-1994 to rezone a portion of the site (1.96 acres) from CH (Commercial Heavy) to IL (Industrial Light) and a Planned Unit Development for the entire site, subject to the site being replatted and to conditions of approval. The IL portion of the site is to be used for an automotive body repair facility, and the remainder is expected to be a restaurant use. On August 7, 2018, the City Council approved a PUD Amendment for Bill Knight Collision to abrogate a 0.327-acre portion of the site that had previously been rezoned from CH to IL.

Water and sanitary sewer service are available for the site. As per PUD-271A, the property will have one point of access along Kenosha Street and one along N. 6th Street.

This item was heard by TAC on August 21, 2018 and was recommended for approval (3-0 vote) by the Planning Commission in their meeting of August 23, 2018, per Staff recommendation. No one spoke against this item.

Cost: $0
Funding Source: None
Requested By: Michael Skates, Development Services Di...

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