City of Rockport | CITY COUNCIL AGENDA, March 27, 2018, 6:30pm

CITY COUNCIL AGENDA

Notice is hereby given that the Rockport City Council will hold a regular meeting on Tuesday, March 27, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at Rockport Service Center, 2751 State Highway 35 Bypass, Rockport, Texas. The matters to be discussed and acted upon are as follows:

Opening Agenda
  1. Call meeting to order. 
  2. Pledge of Allegiance. 
  3. Proclamation: Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. 
  4. Presentation: Meritorius Citizenship 
  5. Citizens to be heard.
At this time, comments will be taken from the audience on any subject mafler that is not on the agenda. To address the Council, please sign the speaker’s card located on the table in the back of the Training Room of the Service Center and deliver to the City Secretary before the meeting begins. Please limit comments to three (3) minutes. In accordance with the Open Meetings Act, Council may not discuss or take Bction on any item that has not been posted on the agenda.

Consent Agenda
All consent agenda items listed are considered to be routine by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Council Member so requests, in which event the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered in its normal sequence on the agenda.


d. Deliberate and act on approval of City Council Regular Meeting Minutes of March 13, 2018.


  1. Deliberate and act on report from Aransas County Council on Aging for marketing expenditures made for 2018 Bountiful Bowl Pottery FairfRockport Clay Expo.


  1. Deliberate and act on report from Rockport-Fulton Chamber of Commerce for marketing expenditures made for 911 Never Forget Mobile Exhibit & Tribute to all First Responders event.


  1. Deliberate and act on 2018 Consumer Price Index adjustment to Municipal Telecommunications Right-of-Way  Access Line Rates.


  1. Deliberate and act to ratify a License Agreement with Harbor Oaks Property Owners Association, Inc. for the use, occupation, and maintenance of medians within the Harbor Oaks Subdivision.
Public Hearings


  1. Call to Order - Rockport Planning & Zoning Commission.


  1. Conduct and deliberate a Joint Public Hearing with the Planning & Zoning Commission to consider a request to rezone property located at 609 S. Magnolia; also known as the south 40


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feet of Lot 2 and all of Lot 3, Block 16, Doughty & Mathis Subdivision, Rockport, Aransas County, Texas, to B-1 (General Business District) to use property as art studios; currently zoned  B-6 (Hotel/Motel District).


Conduct and deliberate a Joint Public Hearing with the Planning & Zoning Commission to consider a request to rezone property located at 1301 & 1415 Sixteenth Street, 2501, 2512, 2522, 2610 & 2620 San Antonio Skeet, and 2502, 2503, 2512, 2513 & 2522 Monkey Road;
also known as Lots 310 of 71, Lot 72 & Lot 73, Block 250, Swickheimer Subdivision,
Rockport, Aransas County, Texas, to R-2M (Manufactured Housing District) to allow the placement  of manufactured housing; currently zoned R-1 (I SO Single  Family Dwelling
District).


  1. Conduct and deliberate a Joint Public Hearing with the Planning & Zoning Commission to consider a request to rezone property located at 106-136 Steward Lane, 1403 & 1415 Eighteenth Street, and 1320 Jim’s Smokehouse Road; also known as Lots 5-14, Oak Bay Subdivision; Part of Lot AU, Block 249, Swickheimer Subdivision, and 13.304 acres out of the C.S. Zenn Survey, A226, Rockport, Aransas County, Texas, to R-2M (Manufactured Housing District) to allow the placement of manufactured housing; surrently zoned R-1 (1" Single Family Dwelling District).


  1. Conduct and deliberate a Joint Public Hearing with the Planning & Zoning Commission to consider a request to rezone property located at 1302, 1306, 1322, 1330, 1412 & 1422 South Verne, 1305, 1307, 1309, 131 1, 1315, 1401, 1403, 1409, 141 1, 1413 & 1501 South Fuqua, 201 West Fourth, 223 West Fifth and 224 West Sixth; also known as Lots 1-6, Block 137; Lots l-16, Block 138; and Lots l-16, Block 139, Manning Addition,
Rockport, Aransas County, Texas, to R-2M (Manufactured Housing District) to allow the  placement of manufactured housing; currently zoned R-1 (1't Single  Family Dwelling District).


  1. Conduct and deliberate a Joint Public Hearing with the Planning & Zoning Commission to consider a request for a Planned Unit Development located at 3086-3098 State Highway 35 Bypass and 420 McLester; also known as 11.348 acres out of the Joseph Fessenden Survey, and 38.111 acres embracing all of Tracts I 2-14 and the northern portion of Tracts 15-21, C.H. Moore Subdivision, Joseph Fessenden Survey, City of Rockport,  Aransas County, Texas, to develop property as a mixed-use subdivision
consisting of single-family residential, condominiums, and commercial parcels, currently zoned R-1 (l ' t Single Family Dwelling District).
  1. Conduct arid deliberate a Joint Public Hearing with the Planning & Zoning Commission to consider amendment to Sections 4.2.6 and 9.2, Article I. Zoning Ordinance, Chapter 118 Zoning by providing changed that will establish an age limit on manufactured homes being moved into the City of Rockport.


  1. Adjourn — Rockport Planning & Zoning Commission.



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