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File #: 21-0982    Name: Facilities Agreement - Honey Creek Venues ETJ
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 11/2/2021 Final action: 11/2/2021
Title: Consider/Discuss/Act on a Facilities Agreement for Lot 1, Block A, Honey Creek Venues Addition, Located in the ETJ of McKinney on the South Side of W. Cottage Hill Lane and approximately 7,000 Feet West of Weston Road
Attachments: 1. Agreement, 2. Location Map
Title
Consider/Discuss/Act on a Facilities Agreement for Lot 1, Block A, Honey Creek Venues Addition, Located in the ETJ of McKinney on the South Side of W. Cottage Hill Lane and approximately 7,000 Feet West of Weston Road

Summary

COUNCIL GOAL: Direction for Strategic and Economic Growth
(1C: Provide a strong city economy by facilitating a balance between industrial, commercial, residential and open space)

MEETING DATE: November 2, 2021

DEPARTMENT: Engineering

CONTACT: Michael Hebert PE, CFM, CPESC Assistant City Engineer

RECOMMENDED CITY COUNCIL ACTION:
* Approval of the proposed facilities agreement.

ITEM SUMMARY:
* The applicant is proposing to plat an existing 25.51 acre tract within the City of McKinney's Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ) as one lot. The City has the authority to regulate platting within the ETJ in accordance with Chapter 212 of the Texas Local Government Code and Chapter 142 of the City of McKinney Code of Ordinances.
* Provision of adequate infrastructure, including roadway, water, sewer, and drainage systems, is a critical component of subdivision regulations and is highly dependent on land use. Determinations regarding these systems cannot be made without consideration of land use. Within city limits, the zoning ordinance provides the framework for making these determinations.
* Chapter 212 does not authorize the City to regulate land use within the ETJ; however, it does authorize the City to enter into a Development Agreement with a property owner regarding the provision of infrastructure and land use, among other standards.
* The applicant has indicated to Staff the desire to, other than related to the Honey Creek floodplain, not study or construct public improvements associated with the property and required by Chapter 142 of the Code of Ordinances. This agreement would relieve or defer the public improvements that exceed the amount that is roughly proportional to the proposed development on the subject property...

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