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PUD to PUD
posted by Kevin Ludlow on October 24th, 2008 11:21 PM
Well perhaps I'm just reading into this one too much, but I actually wouldn't go so far as to say this matter is solved just yet. I will be the first to admit that I'm missing some facts here, but it sounds like Catellus might be also? Regarding the Mueller response:Again, I don't work for the city so perhaps this is nothing, but I feel it at least warrants some further investigation -- specifically in the tower district (the area around the old control tower) that has recently been discussed.Everyone's house in Mueller is part of the PUD and therefore is ultimately zoned PUD. An apartment, single home, office space, etc. all share the same PUD zoning within Mueller. What concerned me about the response from Muller was the letters were "only" a notice to .Knowing that the overall density for the PUD can't change, this actually still allows for some pretty big changes to occur. For example, it's possible that an apartment complex could be built where single family homes were otherwise intended to be provided that another part of Mueller accommodated the lower density housing. Not a big deal if this is on the other side of Mueller, but if you just purchased a house expecting to have a friendly neighbor next to you and now it's a multi-story apartment complex... I could definitely see people upset about that.Or perhaps another scenario. Many people have been under the belief that there would be some mixed-use shopping near the tower district. Perhaps a few shops, restaurants, office space, etc. It's entirely possible that people purchased their home near the triangle park in order to have those amenities nearby in the future. 'Redistributing Density' could easily allow for such amenities to be moved elsewhere and regular housing to go in. ...or something to that effect.In any event, I will reiterate that I don't have all of the facts, but I would encourage people not to write this off just yet.In summary, I think it's reasonable for some shifting to occur throughout the PUD as it is developed, but not at the cost of existing property owners.
Re: Ella Wooten Park and Swim Center
posted by mrs aaron on August 7th, 2008 8:47 AM
feel free to contact Jennifer Harvey at Alliance (jharvey@allianceonline.net) to let them know what you feel.
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