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File #: 16-183SU3    Name: Costco Specific Use Permit and Site Plan
Type: Ordinance Status: Approved
In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 11/1/2016 Final action: 11/1/2016
Title: Conduct a Public Hearing to Consider/Discuss/Act on a Specific Use Permit and Site Plan Request to Allow for a Wholesale Retail and Tire Service Center with a Motor Vehicle Fuel Sales Facility (Costco), Located on the Northeast Corner of U.S. Highway 380 (University Drive) and Hardin Boulevard, and Accompanying Ordinance
Attachments: 1. 09.13.16 PZ Minutes, 2. 10.11.16 PZ Minutes, 3. PZ Report, 4. Standard Conditions Checklist, 5. Location Map and Aerial Exhibit, 6. Letter of Intent, 7. Proposed Site Plan, 8. Proposed Landscape Plan, 9. Proposed Ordinance, 10. Proposed Exhibits A-C, 11. PowerPoint Presentation
Related files: 16-183SUP, 16-183FR, 16-183FR2, 16-183SU2
Title
Conduct a Public Hearing to Consider/Discuss/Act on a Specific Use Permit and Site Plan Request to Allow for a Wholesale Retail and Tire Service Center with a Motor Vehicle Fuel Sales Facility (Costco), Located on the Northeast Corner of U.S. Highway 380 (University Drive) and Hardin Boulevard, and Accompanying Ordinance

Summary

COUNCIL GOAL: Direction for Strategic and Economic Growth

MEETING DATE: November 1, 2016

DEPARTMENT: Planning

CONTACT: Brian Lockley, AICP, Director of Planning
Samantha Pickett, Planning Manager
Eleana Galicia, Planner I


RECOMMENDED CITY COUNCIL ACTION:
* Staff recommends approval of the proposed specific use permit and site plan to allow for a wholesale retail building and tire service center with a motor vehicle fuel sales facility, with the following conditions:

1. The subject property shall generally develop in accordance with the attached Site Layout Exhibit.

2. The applicant receive approval of a variance to allow the proposed overhead doors for the tire service center to be oriented toward public right-of-way (Hardin Boulevard).

3. The applicant receive approval of a variance to allow the proposed overhead doors associated with the loading dock located on the south side of the building to be oriented toward public right-of-way (U.S. Highway 380).

4. The applicant receive approval of a living plant screen (composed of Holly Podocarpus to be 6' at the time of planting) to screen the overhead doors associated with the tire service center from view of public right-of-way (Hardin Boulevard).

5. The applicant receive approval of a living plant screen (composed of Holly Podocarpus to be 6' at the time of planting) to screen the overhead door located on the north side of the building visible from residential uses located north of the subject property.

6. The applicant receive approval of a variance to not screen the overhead doors associated with the loading dock from view of public right-of-way (U.S. Highway 380...

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