By Colin Killian, Public Communications Director
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Here are five items to watch:
1. Fire Engine for Station No. 7
The council will consider purchasing a $1.35 million fire engine from Siddons-Martin Emergency Group for the future Fire Station No. 7, approved by voters in the November bond election. Delivery is estimated within 49 months.
2. FY 23 Budget Amendment
The council will consider a $1.59 million amendment to cover additional street maintenance, water repair supplies, an intergovernmental rescue vehicle, and technology replacement costs. See pages 247-48 for a detailed list.
3. Great Southwood Valley ROO
After a public hearing, the council will consider a request to change the zoning from General Suburban to General Suburban/Restricted Occupancy Overlay for about 48.3 acres between Southwest Parkway and Guadalupe Drive. The ROO would provide subdivision-specific occupancy regulations of not more than two unrelated persons per single-family dwelling or accessory living quarter.
4. Middle Housing Parking
After a public hearing, the council will consider amending parking and access standards for Middle Housing zoning district developments. Staff is proposing to increase the maximum number of parking spaces in the front yard to no more than four if the parking area does not make up more than 50% of the front yard. The change would allow single-family, duplex, and townhouse users to park in the front yard and require shared housing users and multiplex developments to park in the rear yard.
5. High Occupancy Overlay District
After a public hearing, the council will consider creating a High Occupancy Overlay zoning district to allow shared housing uses. A future amendment would remove shared housing as a permitted use in Middle Housing zoning districts.
About the Blogger
Colin Killian has been with the City of College Station since 2010 after serving 23 years as the associate media relations director for the Texas A&M Athletics Department. He has also worked as a reporter and editor for the Corpus Christi Caller-Times and Lewisville News. A native of Hobbs, N.M., Killian graduated from Texas Tech with a bachelor’s degree in journalism/political science.
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