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The AACC’s current zoning “LO” (3 Stories, max) 98% of the neighborhood is in favor of the AACC’s ability to expand its campus (via a survey we did from May-July 2016).
BEFORE SENDIND IN YOUR PROTEST FORM, PLEASE NOTE:
Please send the Protest Form/a message to the Zoning & Planning Committee (ZAP) & City Council, telling them our neighborhood does not want developers to have the ability to build any developments OVER 40-FEET-TALL on Jollyville Road.
If we allow the requested change to GR-MU, this could set a precedence of other private developers to consider our neighborhood and Jollyville Road for their restaurants, shopping centers and high rise apartments.
40′: Why can’t they only build up to the currently zoned height of 40′ feet? / Why be so GREEDY with the height?
Why are you going against what the City is recommending for the zoning?
Why didn’t the Asian American Center let the neighborhood know about the meeing on 10-10-2018?
Who are these “FOR PROFIT” investors.
Why was there no Facebook or NextDoor.com or any other social media platform used by the AACC to inform their/the community about the 10-10-2018 meeting and the 10-24-2018 meeting?
Why will there be no traffic study? Are you open to having one?
Where are the water retention ponds?/What about flooding issues?
How high will the parking ramp be?
Why do you need TABC license?/Will you be selling alcohol to the public?
From the drawings, it looks like you will be removing the beautiful existing trees on your property?
I have written my name and e-mail on the AACC’s meeting list, but yet no one contacts me when they are having their town hall meetings. Why?
THE PAVILION SENIOR LIVING CENTER is only 2 Stories with 139 units in the same neighborhood.a. Why can’t the AACC be designed with only 3 stories?b. They have 139 units, but you’re only proposing 80 units?
10-10-2018 Presentation Photos of 5, 6, & 7 Story Center