A request to rezone a lot off Old Pottery Road will again appear before the Washington Planning and Zoning Commission Monday.
David Kampschroeder applied for the annexation of the tract of vacant land adjacent to the city limits near Highway 100 and Pottery Road. Kampschroeder is requesting the property be zoned R-3 multifamily residential if it is annexed into the city.
The applicant, represented by Kurt Unnerstall under the name Little Elm LLC, also requested to rezone 2.2 acres from R-1A single-family to R-3 multifamily residential.
Last month, Unnerstall said preliminary plans call for a senior housing complex similar to Riverbend Estates off High Street in Washington.
The requests came under fire by neighbors who opposed the multifamily residential zoning.
Two other requests by the developer were approved last month, including requests to rezone 7 acres at 132 South Old Pottery from R-1A single-family to C-2 general commercial, and then rezone an additional acre off of West Highway 100 to C-2 general commercial.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at Washington City Hall.
Also on the agenda is a request for a special use permit for a short-term rental at 312 Cedar St. The request is being made by Kluesner Properties LLC.
Pharmax Partners Inc. is requesting a preliminary plat approval for the consolidation of two lots in the 500 block of East Fifth Street across the street from Dollar General. The property is commonly known as the “Stumpe Property.”
The applicant also is seeking to install a fence in lieu of a 15-foot buffer yard along the residential property to the south.
A preliminary plat for Highland Meadows, located west of High Street and south of Highway 100, is being sought by the developer.
The plan includes two lots on Don Avenue. City staff is recommending approval of the plat with Don Avenue extended to the west in front of both lots.