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Jan. 25, 2021

Preview List original pdf

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Historic Landmark Commission Applications under Review for January 25, 2021 Meeting This list does not constitute a formal agenda and is subject to change. A final agenda will be posted at least 72 hours prior to the meeting. The Historic Landmark Commission meeting will be held with Social Distancing Modifications. Public comment will be allowed via telephone; no in-person input will be allowed. All speakers (applicants included) must register in advance no later than Sunday, January 24th by noon. All public comment will occur at the beginning of the meeting. To speak remotely at the January 25th Historic Landmark Commission Meeting, members of the public must: • Call or email the board liaison at (512) 974-1264 or preservation@austintexas.gov no later than noon, Sunday, January 24th (the day before the meeting). The following information is required: speaker name, item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, email address and telephone number (must be the same number that will be used to call into the meeting). • Once a request to speak has been made to the board liaison, the information to call on the day of the scheduled meeting will be provided either by email or phone call. • Speakers must call in at least 15 minutes prior to meeting start time in order to speak, late callers will not be accepted and will not be able to speak. • Speakers will be placed in a queue until their time to speak. • Handouts or other information may be emailed to preservation@austintexas.gov by noon the day before the scheduled meeting. This information will be provided to Board and Commission members in advance of the meeting. • If the meeting is broadcast live, it may be viewed here: http://www.austintexas.gov/page/watch-atxn-live Historic zoning applications A.1. A.2. 4310 Rosedale Ave. – Commission-initiated zoning 416 W. 12th Street – Corrected recommendation Historic landmark and historic district applications B.1. 2406 Harris Blvd., Jackson-Novy-Kelly-Hovy House – Construct a swimming pool in front yard (applicant-requested postponement December 14, 2020) 1 121 Laurel Lane, Aldridge Place Historic District – Demolish existing garage and construct 2-story ADU in its place 3805 Avenue H, Hyde Park Historic District – Demolish existing garage and construct new ADU and addition to house; modifications to existing siding National Register Historic District permit applications 1406 W. 29th St., Old West Austin Historic District – Construct an addition to rear of contributing building (applicant-requested …

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Jan. 21, 2021

Agenda original pdf

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Versión en español a continuación. Historic Landmark Commission Special Meeting of the Preservation Plan Committee Thursday, January 21, 2021, 10:00 AM HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION TO BE HELD JANUARY 21, 2021 WITH SOCIAL DISTANCING MODIFICATIONS Public comment will be allowed via telephone; no in-person input will be allowed. All speakers must register in advance (Wednesday, January 20 by noon). All public comment will occur at the beginning of the meeting. To speak remotely at the January 21 Historic Landmark Commission Meeting, members of the public must: • Call or email the board liaison at (512) 974-1264 or preservation@austintexas.gov no later than noon, Wednesday, January 20 (the day before the meeting). The following information is required: speaker name, item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, email address and telephone number (must be the same number that will be used to call into the meeting). • Once a request to speak has been made to the board liaison, the information to call on the day of the scheduled meeting will be provided either by email or phone call. • Speakers must call in at least 15 minutes prior to meeting start time in order to speak, late callers will not be accepted and will not be able to speak. • Speakers will be placed in a queue until their time to speak. • Handouts or other information may be emailed to preservation@austintexas.gov by noon the day before the scheduled meeting. This information will be provided to Board and Commission members in advance of the meeting. Reunión Especial del Comité del Plan de la Preservación Histórica Un Comité de la Comisión de Sitios Históricos FECHA de la reunion 21 de enero, 2021 LA JUNTA SE LLEVARÁ CON MODIFICACIONES DE DISTANCIAMIENTO SOCIAL Se permitirán comentarios públicos por teléfono; no se permitirá ninguna entrada en persona. Todos los oradores deben registrarse con anticipación (20 de enero, 2021 antes del mediodía). Todos los comentarios públicos se producirán al comienzo de la reunión. Para hablar de forma remota en la reunión, los miembros del público deben: • Llame o envíe un correo electrónico al enlace de la junta en (512) 974- 1264 o preservation@austintexas.gov a más tardar al mediodía (el día antes de la reunión). Se requiere la siguiente información: nombre del orador, número (s) de artículo sobre el que desean hablar, si están a favor / en contra / neutral, dirección de correo …

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Jan. 21, 2021

2.A.1 - Austin Economic Development Corporation board nomination instructions original pdf

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Historic Landmark Commission Special Meeting of the Preservation Plan Committee Thursday, January 21, 2021, 10:00 AM This meeting is to consider nominations for the Historic Landmark Commission appointee to the Austin Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) board. Parties interested in serving on the AEDC board must submit the following by noon on Wednesday, January 20, 2021: • Completed nomination (form posted as backup to this meeting) • Professional headshot • Biography • Current resume Application materials must be emailed to preservation@austintexas.gov by noon the day before the scheduled meeting. In the transmittal email, applicants should also register to speak at the meeting to address the committee regarding their interest in and qualifications to serve on the AEDC board. The Preservation Plan Committee will recommend a nominee to the Historic Landmark Commission for consideration at the January 25, 2021 commission meeting.

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Jan. 21, 2021

2.A.2 - Austin Economic Development Corporation board nomination form original pdf

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Austin Economic Development Corporation: Board Nomination The Austin Economic Development Corporation is a public, nonprofit, local corporation that serves Austin as a partner in facilitating holistic and collaborative, public-private initiatives to secure inclusive outcomes that strengthen the values of the city. The corporation is governed by a “blue-ribbon” board consisting of 21 members who are nominated by the City and other external agencies in the community. Each nominating body will be given a description of the subject matter area, qualifications and skill sets for an ideal nominee. The City Council will confirm a single selected candidate by majority vote. Criteria for Nomination(s): 1. Resident of the City of Austin; 2. Individual holds a strong background, understanding and familiarity of the nominating organization and the community the nominating body serves; Individual possess demonstrable skills and experience in the areas of industry, public/private partnerships, infrastructure or transportation, real estate development or construction, urban/regional planning, historic preservation, finance, creative and music industry, minority and women-owned businesses (MWBE), and/or workforce; Individual understands AEDC’s role in functions such as lease administration, transaction support and public development; 3. 4. 5. Capacity for serving roles on a working board instead of a political role: § Three year term; § One board meeting per month; § Committee and/or working group meetings; § Subsequent terms will be three years and while there is no limit to the number of terms served, no member of the Board is allowed to serve more than two consecutive terms. Timeline for Nomination(s): Each nominating body is asked to provide information regarding their final nominee(s) in writing by Friday, January 22, 2021. To officially submit the nomination(s), each nominating entity is asked to provide an official letter addressed to AEDC’s Interim President and CEO, Veronica Briseño, from the President/CEO. The nomination(s) can also be provided in the form of a Resolution from the current President/Chair to the governing body of the nominating entity. The letter or Resolution should properly introduce the official nominee(s) and provide a summary of the process for selecting the nominee(s). The letter or Resolution must be accompanied with the following attachments: 1. Completed nomination form (attached, COA Commissions were provided a different form): 2. Professional headshot and biography; 3. Current resume. * Once approved as a Board Member by the Austin City Council, each will be required to submit financial statements in the same manner as City appointees to Boards …

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Jan. 21, 2021

2.A.3 - Austin Economic Development Corporation presentation to Historic Landmark Commission in Nov. 2020 original pdf

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Austin Economic Development Corporation Stakeholder Update and Discussion on Governance Background  Resolutions 20141211-122 and 20170216-040 the Austin City Council directed the City Manager to “deliver a feasibility study” and “bring forward…specific proposals” related to the creation of an economic development entity with the capacity to “create or support development of affordable housing, redevelopment, revitalization and other priority projects and goals of the City.”     As staff began working with an external consultant to prepare recommendations and working documents for the creation of an entity, Council provided additional direction to align the development of the economic development entity with the intent and creation of an “Austin Cultural Trust” through resolutions 20180215-082 and 20190808-072. In May of this year, Council further directed the City Manager to expedite a review of existing entities and resources that could be centralized to support the timely execution of recovery efforts that could secure or retain creative culture and community benefits in resolutions 20200521-095 and 20200521-096. The Economic Development Department (EDD) staff and consultant presented recommendations for creation of a holistic economic development entity for discussion during the Council Work Session on August 25th. As outlined in the memo provided with the report to Mayor and Council on July 31, 2020. Through Resolution 20201001-055 Council approved the legal documents needed for the creation of the Austin Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) and simultaneously approved staff’s recommendations to appoint the first six places as an interim board. 2 Public Real Estate Developer As Cities grow to scale, some create a public developer  Why? A public developer can… Speed approvals, but with the direct oversight of the City  Move at the pace of the market   Reduce the burdens of government with new funding sources  Own and operate real estate to generate cash  Accept charitable donations Accept investment dollars Blend the best of public and private deal-making   Generate more money for COA from under-performing real estate   Of the 17 cities that participated in the Peer Cities Conference about the strategic use of real estate to accomplish public policy, 100% agreed that the best strategy for doing so was to create an EDC that had real estate powers to advance projects that a municipality could not on its own. 3 Organizational Structure (1): Family of Organizations  An autonomous family of organizations is the best solution New Entity: …

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Jan. 11, 2021

Agenda original pdf

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Historic Landmark Commission Special Meeting of the Architectural Review Committee Monday, January 11, 2021, 9:30 a.m. Version en español a continuacion The Architectural Review Committee meeting will be held Monday, January 11, 2021 at 9:30 a.m. with social distancing modifications. THIS MEETING IS LIMITED IN DURATION. PLEASE MAKE PRESENTATIONS AS BRIEF AS POSSIBLE (Consider 6-7 minutes) SO THAT ALL APPLICANTS MAY HAVE THE CHANCE TO PRESENT TO AND RECEIVE INPUT FROM THE COMMITTEE MEMBERS. Community members will be allowed to listen to the meeting via telephone but do not participate in the meeting. This is a virtual meeting; no in-person input will be allowed. The opportunity for public input will occur at a subsequent meeting of the Historic Landmark Commission. All participants must register in advance (no later than 12:00 noon on Sunday, January 10, 2021 to be notified of the call-in number and other instructions). To listen to or participate in the Architectural Review Committee meeting, all persons must: • Call or email the board liaison at preservation@austintexas.gov or (512) 974-1264 no later than 12:00 noon on Sunday, January 10, 2021. The following information is required: speaker name, item number(s) they wish to speak on, whether they are for/against/neutral, email address and telephone number (must be the same number that will be used to call into the meeting). • Once a request to speak has been made to the board liaison, the information to call on the day of the scheduled meeting will be provided either by email or phone call. • Speakers must call in at least 15 minutes prior to meeting start time in order to speak, late callers will not be accepted and will not be able to speak. • Speakers will be placed in a queue until their time to speak. • Handouts or other information may be emailed to LIAISON EMAIL by noon the day before the scheduled meeting. This information will be provided to Board and Commission members in advance of the meeting. Reunión especial del Historic Landmark Commission, Architectural Review Committee FECHA de la reunion: 11 enero 2021 a las nueve y media de la manana (9:30 a.m.) La junta se llevará con modificaciones de distanciamiento social Esta reunion tiene una duracion limitada. Haga todas las presentaciones lo mas breves possible (6-7 minutos) para que todos los solicitantes tengan la oportunidad de presenter y recibir comentarios de los miembros del comite. Gracias. …

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1 - Guadalupe Storm Drain Improvement - Baker School original pdf

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From: McKay, Rebeka Rebeka.McKay@austintexas.gov Subject: FW: Guadalupe SDI - Baker school Date: December 7, 2020 at 10:36 AM To: Kimberly Patak KKP@freese.com Cc: Hernandez, David David.Hernandez3@austintexas.gov, Middleton, John John.Middleton@austintexas.gov External Email. Use cau1on when clicking links or opening a8achments. Kim, This is something we need to look into. Thanks, Rebeka L. McKay, PE, CFM City of Aus9n, Watershed Protec9on Department (512) 974-3353 Rebeka.McKay@aus9ntexas.gov From: Shunk, Kevin <Kevin.Shunk@aus9ntexas.gov> Sent: Monday, December 07, 2020 9:45 AM To: Middleton, John <John.Middleton@aus9ntexas.gov>; McKay, Rebeka <Rebeka.McKay@aus9ntexas.gov> Subject: Guadalupe SDI - Baker school I listened to the ZAP meeting from November 24 regarding the Baker school property. One thing that was discussed was that since the property contributes to the historic character of the neighborhood, then any development on the property must be approved by the Historic Landmark Commission, whether the property is rezoned historic or not. That made me wonder, does that mean that our detention pond use must be approved by the HLC? If yes, when would that have to occur. Have you guys discussed this with Steve Sadowsky? I think this is a conversation we need to have in order to understand the approval process before we get too deep into design. Thanks Kevin Shunk, P.E., CFM Division Manager City of Austin, Watershed Protection Department, Watershed Engineering Division 505 Barton Springs Road, 12th Floor PO Box 1088, Austin, Texas 78767 (512) 974-9176

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1 - Guadalupe Storm Drain Improvement - Email original pdf

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12/10/2020 Baer Engineering Mail - FW: 5789.075, Guadalupe SDI - PARD Introduction FW: 5789.075, Guadalupe SDI - PARD Introduction Kimberly Patak <KKP@freese.com> To: Kat White <kwhite@baereng.com> Cc: Blaine Laechelin <jbl@freese.com> Kat – Katherine White <kwhite@baereng.com> Thu, Dec 10, 2020 at 2:42 PM See information below and attached that PARD provided us related to the historic significance of the project area. Kimberly K. Patak, P.E., CFM, ENV SP Associate – Stormwater Management Freese and Nichols, Inc. 512-617-3138 512-917-4069 mobile From: Montes, Gregory <Gregory.Montes@austintexas.gov> Sent: Wednesday, December 2, 2020 3:57 PM To: Kimberly Patak <KKP@freese.com> Cc: Blaine Laechelin <jbl@freese.com>; Jay Scanlon <JWS@freese.com>; Henry Hartshorn <Henry.Hartshorn@freese.com>; Bryan Janhsen <Bryan.Janhsen@freese.com>; McKay, Rebeka <Rebeka.McKay@austintexas.gov>; Hernandez, David <David.Hernandez3@austintexas.gov> Subject: RE: 5789.075, Guadalupe SDI - PARD Introduction External Email. Use caution when clicking links or opening attachments. Thanks for sharing the map and schedule Kim. From our discussion yesterday, I’ve attached a presentation that went before the Parks Board for a similar type project and the MOU and Mitigation Worksheet that I create. These docs all shared with the Parks Board and City Council as part of the Ch. 26 process. I wanted to also share a link that Kim McKnight sent me re: Aldridge Place, which as you know, includes the park, & is a local historic district and any significant changes to the character of the district would need to be reviewed by the Historic Preservation Office/Historic Landmark Commission, which you guys are aware of. Here is a link to a description of the district. Here is a map. The bridges, streetlamps and the decorative walls along 30th are all considered contributing resources. The park and channel are also contributing. I also confirmed that Adams Hemphill Park does not have a park plan associated with it. Let me know if you all have any further questions. Thanks. Gregory Montes, CNU-A Program Manager 512-974-9458 https://mail.google.com/mail/u/1?ik=dd4dc8d805&view=pt&search=all&permmsgid=msg-f%3A1685725330932648668&simpl=msg-f%3A1685725330932648668 1/3 12/10/2020 Baer Engineering Mail - FW: 5789.075, Guadalupe SDI - PARD Introduction From: Kimberly Patak <KKP@freese.com> Sent: Tuesday, December 01, 2020 10:52 AM To: Montes, Gregory <Gregory.Montes@austintexas.gov> Cc: Blaine Laechelin <jbl@freese.com>; Jay Scanlon <jws@freese.com>; Henry Hartshorn <Henry.Hartshorn@freese.com>; Bryan Janhsen <Bryan.Janhsen@freese.com>; McKay, Rebeka <Rebeka.McKay@austintexas.gov>; Hernandez, David <David.Hernandez3@austintexas.gov> Subject: RE: 5789.075, Guadalupe SDI - PARD Introduction *** External Email - Exercise Caution *** Thanks again for meeting with our team and providing the up front information. We will follow up with minutes from the meeting, but I wanted to go ahead and …

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1 - Guadalupe Storm Drain Improvement - Map original pdf

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1 - Guadalupe Storm Drain Improvement - Memo original pdf

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Memorandum To: From: Date: Subject: Introduction Freese and Nichols, Inc., c/o Kimberly Patak, P.E., CFM, ENV SP Baer Engineering & Environmental Consulting, Inc. November 16, 2020 Guadalupe Street Storm Drain Improvements (Guadalupe SDI) Project Certificate of Appropriateness This memorandum provides supplemental information related to a Certificate of Appropriateness (CA) application for a City of Austin (COA) Watershed Protection Department project affecting COA Historic Landmarks and Local Historic Districts (ATTACHMENT 1). Baer Engineering and Environmental Consulting, Inc. (Baer Engineering) prepared this application and supplemental information for use by Freese and Nichols, Inc. (FNI) in planning and designing this City- sponsored flood control improvements project. The project generally extends east from FIGURE 1. Project Area Map (K Friese & Associates 2018). Guadalupe Street to Avenue G and south from 45th Street to Adams-Hemphill Park (FIGURE 1). Baer Engineering understands that the proposed project will include installation of proposed, and replacement of existing, storm drains beneath neighborhood streets within two historic districts, the Hyde Park National Register Historic District (HPNRHD) and the Aldridge Place Local Historic District (APLHD). The proposed project also includes open-channel modifications in the APLHD along Hemphill Branch, from the existing storm drain outfall at West 33rd Street as far south as Wheeler Street. South of West 33rd Street, the existing masonry-lined drainage channel and the bridge culvert at West 30th Street, which was built by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) TYPE NRHP-listed NRHP-listed NRHP-listed NRHP-listed; COA Historic Landmark NRHP-listed; COA Historic Landmark Landmark COA Historic Landmark COA Historic Landmark Freese and Nichols, Inc.: 202001-8i.011 Guadalupe SDI, Certificate of Appropriateness Memo November 16, 2020 Page 2 in the 1930s, will not be removed, modified, or expanded. The proposed project will include outfalls at the Triangle Pond and at the Central Park Pond east of Guadalupe Street as well as detention ponds just west of former Robbins High School at 3900 Avenue B and in Adams- Hemphill Park south of West 30th Street (FIGURE 1). In addition to the two historic districts, the following individually designated historic properties listed in Table 1 are located adjacent to the proposed street segments of the Guadalupe SDI project. Table 1. Historic Properties adjacent to the project area HISTORIC PROPERTY NAME LOCATION DESIGNATION Robert H. and Edith Ethel McCauley House F. T. and Belle Ramsey House Hyde Park Presbyterian Church 4415 Avenue A 4412 Avenue B 3915 Avenue B Oliphant-Walker House 3900 Avenue C Rev. …

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1 - Guadalupe Storm Drain Improvement - MOU for Little Walnut Creek original pdf

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1 - Guadalupe Storm Drain Improvement - Presentation original pdf

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Little Walnut Creek Flood Risk Reduction Project: Metric to Rutland Presentation to LF&P Committee to Parks and Recreation Board WATERSHED PROTECTION AUSTIN WATER BGE, INC Project Location • Project located along Little Walnut Creek in north Austin. • High Priority Creek Flood Risk Reduction Project. Quail Creek Park WATERSHED PROTECTION AUSTIN WATER BGE, INC. Project Goals • Reduce flood risk to 75 homes and along Mearns Meadow Boulevard. • Reduce floodplain footprint. • Upgrade water and wastewater lines. • Repave Mearns Meadow Boulevard in project area. • Shared use path on Mearns Meadow Boulevard. • Pond expansion required to prevent flooding impacts downstream. • Improvements to Quail Creek Park. ∙ New grass. ∙ ADA path. ∙ Limestone block benches. ∙ Additional 4300+ft2 flat field area. ∙ Preservation and relocation of exercise equipment. WATERSHED PROTECTION AUSTIN WATER BGE, INC. Project Elements Little Walnut Creek Creek Diversion Inlets Quail Valley Tributary Cook Elementary School Neans Tributary Quail Creek Park / Mearns Meadow Detention Pond WATERSHED PROTECTION BGE, INC. Downstream Impacts – Mitigation Required • Downstream Impacts • Diversion takes water downstream faster. • Changes in flow rate and maximum water surface elevations downstream of the project. • Mitigation is required to prevent adverse flooding impacts. • Mitigation Measures • Mearns Meadow Detention Pond expansion. Additional 37 acre-feet of storage during the 100-yr storm. • Low flow outlet modified. • Primary pond outfall culverts and spillways unaffected. WATERSHED PROTECTION AUSTIN WATER BGE, INC. Request  Expand the existing drainage easement located within Quail Creek Park by an additional 69,970 ft2 for the proposed detention pond expansion.  Use additional 20,083 ft2 of parkland for staging/spoils storage.  The total proposed work area is 10.18 acres (including existing easement, additional easement and staging/spoils areas). WATERSHED PROTECTION AUSTIN WATER BGE, INC. Quail Creek Park WATERSHED PROTECTION AUSTIN WATER BGE, INC. Quail Creek Park closures  The Mearns Meadow Detention Pond area will be closed for 3-6 months (weather dependent).  The staging/spoils storage area will be closed for the duration of the project (approximately 3 years).  A section of the park including the playground area to be fenced and will remain open through the duration of the project. WATERSHED PROTECTION AUSTIN WATER BGE, INC. Quail Creek Park Improvements • New granite gravel and concrete trail to reconnect the looped trail • Trails around the pond. • Add ADA compliant trail. • Play Fields • …

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1 - Guadalupe Storm Drain Improvement - THC coordination letter original pdf

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December 7, 2020 Texas Historical Commission P.O. Box 11276 Austin, TX 78711 Delivered via eTrac Attention: Reference: Guadalupe Street Storm Drain Improvements Ms. Tiffany Osburn, Archeologist and Reviewer Austin, Texas Baer Engineering Document No. 202001-8b.011 Dear Ms. Osburn: The City of Austin (CoA) intends to upgrade 20,000 linear feet (LF) (6,096 meters) of storm drain pipes and box culverts on Guadalupe Street and 35th-37th streets in Austin, Texas. In addition to the 20,000 LF of storm drains, the proposed project will also include improvements to the outlet structure of the Triangle Pond, the addition of two new ponds, culvert upsizing, potential underground detention, associated utility relocations, and roadway/minor channel improvements. The project area (PA) is located within residential and commercial areas in the vicinity of Hyde Park in Austin, Texas. Within the northwest portion of the PA, the majority of these improvements overlap with existing storm drains which are located under paved roads and surfaces. Within the southwest portion of the PA, the majority of the proposed improvements do not overlap with existing storm drains, and the PA includes unpaved areas such as Adams Park and Hemphill Park. The following disturbances to the surrounding ground matrix are expected (FIGURE 1): • Remove and replace existing storm drain pipeline in portions of the PA: o expected to cause a one to 30-foot (ft) (0.3 to 9-meters) depth of ground disturbance; and • Installation of two detention ponds at Adams Park and Baker Center: o expected to cause a five to 10-ft (1.5 to 3-meters) depth of ground disturbance; • Replacement of the existing culverts at 32nd Street and Wheeler Street: o expected to cause a one to five-ft (0.3 to 1.5-meters) depth of ground disturbance. Baer Engineering and Environmental Consulting, Inc. (Baer Engineering) performed desktop research on the environmental and cultural backgrounds of the PA. The results of our research are presented below. GEOLOGY AND SOILS According to the Bureau of Economic Geology’s (BEG) Geologic Atlas of Texas, the PA is underlain by three geologic units as follows: Quaternary high gravel deposits (Qhg), Eagle Ford Group and Buda Limestone (Keb), and Austin chalk (Kau) (BEG 1995). These geologic units are described below: Freese and Nichols: 202001-8b.011 Guadalupe Street Storm Drain Improvements QUATERNARY HIGH GRAVEL DEPOSITS (QHG): EAGLE FORD GROUP AND BUDA LIMESTONE (KEB) High gravel deposits comprise an upper unit of silty clay with gravel commonly exposed on the surface, and …

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121 Laurel Lane - Plans original pdf

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(cid:39)(cid:68)(cid:87)(cid:72)(cid:29)(cid:3)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66)(cid:66) 11/25/2020 GENERAL NOTES PROJECT DESCRIPTION Address: 121 Laurel Ln Austin, Texas 78705 Legal: LOT 11, and the East 5.8' of Lot 12 Block 2 University Heights 1. It is the intent of these Contract Documents to establish a high quality level of material and workmanship, but not necessarily to note and call for every last item of work to be done. Any item not specifically covered but deemed necessary for satisfactory completion of the work shall be accomplished by the Contractor in a manner consistent with the quality of work without additional cost to the owner. All material and methods of installation shall be in accordance with industry standards and manufacturer's recommendations. 2. The Contractor shall be responsible for a thorough review of all drawings specifications and existing conditions prior to commencement of work. This includes but is not limited to site utilities and the structural scope of work. The failure of the Contractor to report discrepancies and seek modification or change prior to commencement of work shall be construed as full acceptance of the condition in question by the Contractor. The Contractor shall assume responsibility for all work depicted by the Contract Documents regardless of whether the Subcontractors agree as to whose jurisdiction certain areas of the scope of work are under. 3. It shall be assumed that the Contractor and the Subcontractors are sufficiently experienced to be considered qualified in their respective work responsibilities. The Contractor shall insure that the Owner receives acceptable workmanship common to the industry from all Subcontractors and material suppliers and is responsible for hiring qualified staff personnel and/ or Subcontractors as necessary. 4. The Contractor shall verify the location of all existing utilities so that the work may proceed safely and be coordinated among all Subcontractors and personnel involved. The Contractor shall notify the Owner and Designer in advance …

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ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW COMMITTEE MEETING A V E N U E H 3 8 0 5 A V E N U E H A U S T I N , T X 7 8 7 5 1 P R E L I M I N A R Y - N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N | D E C E M B E R 2 0 2 0 | 1 of 8 FRONT REAR EXISTING EXTERIOR PHOTOS - MAIN HOUSE A V E N U E H 3 8 0 5 A V E N U E H A U S T I N , T X 7 8 7 5 1 P R E L I M I N A R Y - N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N | D E C E M B E R 2 0 2 0 | 2 of 8 EXISTING EXTERIOR PHOTOS - GARAGE (TO BE DEMOLISHED) A V E N U E H 3 8 0 5 A V E N U E H A U S T I N , T X 7 8 7 5 1 P R E L I M I N A R Y - N O T F O R C O N S T R U C T I O N | D E C E M B E R 2 0 2 0 | 3 of 8 . 1 2 A / 3 N E V O . O T S L L A T 2'-10" 0 . 4 A / 9 0 . 4 A / 8 . 0 4 A / 7 DW . 0 4 A / 6 . O T S L L A T W O L E B . O T S / W H C N E B W D 7'-3 3/4" 11'-1" 10 / A4.0 " 0 - ' 4 3 / A4.0 TALL STO. BENCH W/ STO. BELOW . 0 4 A / 5 . 0 4 A / 4 . 0 4 A / 2 1 / A4.0 " 0 - ' 4 1 / A2.0 UP MULTISLIDE POCKET DOOR . 0 2 A / 2 1 A3.0 " 6 - ' 3 / " 8 3 1 1 - …

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6 - 724 Patterson Avenue - Plans original pdf

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Butler Residence 724 Patterson Ave Austin, TX 78703 ARCHITECT: Norma Yancey, AIA SIDETRACKED STUDIO, PLLC 1605 E. 7th Unit B Austin, Texas 78702 phone: 512.220.6865 norma@sidetracked-studio.com CHRISTY BUTLER 724 PATTERSON AVE AUSTIN, TX 78703 LEGAL DESCRIPTION N60FT OF LOT 31 DEATS E T ZONING INFORMATION SF-3-NP Zoning Case: C14-02-0112 Zoning Ordinance: Zoning Overlays: 99-0225-70(b) 020926-26 NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING AREA OLD WEST AUSTIN RESIDENTIAL DESIGN STANDARDS OWNER INFORMATION INDEX OF DRAWINGS G1.0 D1.0 A0.0 A1.0 A1.1 A2.0 A2.1 COVER SHEET DEMOLITION PLAN SITE PLAN FIRST FLOOR PLAN ROOF PLAN EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS FLOOR TO AREA RATIO: EXIST. DEMO NEW EXEMPT TOTAL SQUARE FOOTAGE LOT SIZE 4508 SF FIRST FLOOR CONDITIONED SPACE: COVERED PORCHES: CARPORT: TOTAL: 1,432 SF/4,508 SF = 31.8% < 40% FAR ALLOWED BY CODE FIRST FLOOR CONDITIONED SPACE: FRONT PORCH: CARPORT: TOTAL BUILDING AREA: TOTAL BUILDING COVERAGE: DRIVEWAY: SIDEWALKS & STEPS: UNCOVERED PATIO: SUB-TOTAL: TOTAL: 1101 154 420 1675 1101 171 420 1692 1692 596 270 0 866 2558 0 0 420 420 0 0 420 420 420 239 270 0 509 929 331 17 0 348 331 0 0 331 331 0 51 17 68 399 0 171 0 171 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1432 0 0 1432 1432 171 0 1603 1603 357 51 17 425 2028 IMPERVIOUS COVER: EXIST. DEMO NEW EXEMPT TOTAL 2,028 SF/4,508 SF = 45.0% < 45% IMPERVIOUS COVERAGE ALLOWED BY CODE Sidetracked Studio 1605 E. 7th St. Unit B Austin, Texas 512 220 6865 09.28.20 FIELD INSPECTION REQUIRED Prior to performing any bidding, new construction, and/or repairs, general contractor shall visit the site, inspect all existing conditions, and report any discrepancies to the architect. e c n e d s e R i r e l t u B e u n e v A n o s r e t t a P 4 2 7 3 0 7 8 7 X T , n i t s u A DATE ISSUED FOR 09.28.20 FOR PERMIT PROJECT 0000 COVER SHEET G1.0 HALF-SIZE SET 2 REAR VIEW 1 FRONT VIEW CROSSHATCH DENOTES EXISTING NON-COMFORMING W 8TH ST S 64°31'01" E 69.26' 19" PECAN 1/4 CRZ EM NEW A/C PADS; 18 SF EX. ROCK WALL 22" PECAN EX. RETAINING ROCK WALL 2' - 0" 1/2 CRZ FULL CRZ 15' STREET YARD SETBACK EX. SINGLE-STORY RESIDENCE; 1101 SF FULL CRZ EX. COVERED FRONT PORCH; 154 SF PORTION OF …

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2406 Harris Blvd - Plans original pdf

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Backup

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3 - 2102 Alta Vista Ave - Plans original pdf

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close entry way with larger front bouble door replace front door with larger door adding window here adding window here replacing kitchen window with larger window replace bathroom window with same size window but different window adding pocket door here

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4 - 1615 Waterston_Plans original pdf

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21' - 0" GARAGE 3 WINE ROOM 2 17' - 4" UP 3' - 6" 7" 3' - 6" " 4 - ' 9 1 " 0 1 - ' 8 " 7 " 5 - ' 9 N O T S R E T A W 5 1 6 1 X T N I T S U A PROJECT NO: 2020_17 DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: CC SZ ISSUE DATE: 12/7/2020 DRAWING TITLE LEVEL -1 DRAWING NO D1.0 1 LEVEL -1 3/32" = 1'-0" COPYRIGHT 2020 * STEPHEN ZAGORSKI, ARCHITECT * THESE DRAWINGS ARE INSTRUMENTS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND ARE LICENSED FOR A SINGLE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT. " 6 - ' 3 LIVING 12 DW 45' - 5" DINING 13 6' - 1" 7' - 7" 5' - 6" KITCHEN 14 LAUNDRY 16 DN UP " 3 - ' 3 PANTRY 15 " 0 - ' 9 " 3 - ' 4 " 0 - ' 4 9 7 . 0 0 ° " 0 - ' 9 MASTER CLOSET 6 16' - 0" " 6 - ' 3 " 6 - ' 9 " 0 - ' 5 1 MASTER BATH 5 12' - 2" MASTER BEDROOM 4 " 0 - ' 2 1 " 0 - ' 2 " 4 - ' 8 " 0 - ' 2 " 0 - ' 2 1 BEDROOM 7 BATH 10 12' - 0" 4' - 11" 3' - 6" ENTRY 11 " 6 - ' 3 BEDROOM 8 12' - 0" BATH 9 4' - 11" 12' - 0" " 6 - ' 8 3 " 0 1 - ' 2 1 " 0 1 - ' 2 1 " 0 1 - ' 2 1 1 LEVEL 1 1/8" = 1'-0" N O T S R E T A W 5 1 6 1 X T N I T S U A PROJECT NO: 2020_17 DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: CC SZ ISSUE DATE: 12/7/2020 DRAWING TITLE LEVEL 1 DRAWING NO D1.1 COPYRIGHT 2020 * STEPHEN ZAGORSKI, ARCHITECT * THESE DRAWINGS ARE INSTRUMENTS OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND ARE LICENSED FOR A SINGLE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT. BEDROOM 17 ROOF TERRACE 19 2' - 0" 12' - 0" 5' - 0" 3' - 6" 3' - 6" 16' - 0" BATH 18 " 0 - ' 4 DN N O T S R E T A W 5 1 6 1 X T N …

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5 - 1517 Murray Lane - Plans original pdf

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I E N L Y T R E P O R P ) ' 0 0 . 5 6 E " 8 0 ' 7 3 ° 0 3 S ( K C A B T E S D R A Y R A E R " 0 - ' 0 1 PROPERTY LINE (S59°16'50"W 154.96') 5'-0" SIDE YARD SETBACK 5'-0" SIDE YARD SETBACK PROPERTY LINE (N59°15'29"E 154.96') 7 5 5 . G P 3 3 3 . L O V R E P E N L G N D L U B " 0 - ' 0 4 I I I K C A B T E S D R A Y T N O R F " 0 - ' 5 2 I E N L Y T R E P O R P ) ' 0 0 . 5 6 W " 8 0 ' 7 3 ° 0 3 N ( ROOF PLAN Scale: 1/8" = 1'-0" 1 N NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMITTING OR CONSTRUCTION ● X T , I N T S U A ● E N A L Y A R R U M 7 1 5 1 R R U M 3 0 7 8 7 Monday, November 30, 2020 DD A103 ROOF PLAN 1220 Lavaca Street T.O.P. SECOND LEVEL 121'-0" SECOND LEVEL 112'-0" T.O.P. FIRST LEVEL 110'-0" FIRST LEVEL 100'-0" T.O.P. SECOND LEVEL 121'-0" SECOND LEVEL 112'-0" T.O.P. FIRST LEVEL 110'-0" FIRST LEVEL 100'-0" NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMITTING OR CONSTRUCTION ● X T , I N T S U A ● E N A L Y A R R U M 7 1 5 1 R R U M 3 0 7 8 7 Thursday, December 3, 2020 DD A201 BUILDING ELEVATIONS BUILDING ELEVATION - SW Scale: 1/4" = 1'-0" 1 T.O.P. SECOND LEVEL 121'-0" SECOND LEVEL 112'-0" T.O.P. FIRST LEVEL 110'-0" FIRST LEVEL 100'-0" T.O.P. SECOND LEVEL 121'-0" SECOND LEVEL 112'-0" T.O.P. FIRST LEVEL 110'-0" FIRST LEVEL 100'-0" BUILDING ELEVATION - NE Scale: 1/4" = 1'-0" 2 1220 Lavaca Street T.O.P. SECOND LEVEL 121'-0" SECOND LEVEL 112'-0" T.O.P. FIRST LEVEL 110'-0" FIRST LEVEL 100'-0" T.O.P. SECOND LEVEL 121'-0" SECOND LEVEL 112'-0" T.O.P. FIRST LEVEL 110'-0" FIRST LEVEL 100'-0" NOT FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMITTING OR CONSTRUCTION T.O.P. SECOND LEVEL 121'-0" SECOND LEVEL 112'-0" T.O.P. FIRST LEVEL 110'-0" FIRST LEVEL 100'-0" ● X T , I N T S U A …

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