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Legislation #: 091009 Introduction Date: 12/3/2009
Type: Ordinance Effective Date: 1/24/2010
Sponsor: None
Title: Approving the preliminary plat of Columbus Park/Guinotte Manor Phase III on a 20 acre tract of land generally located between 3rd Street on the north, about 100 feet east of Gillis Street on the east, 5th Street on the south and Cherry Street on the west. (SD 1416)

Legislation History
DateMinutesDescription
12/3/2009 Filed by the Clerk's office
12/3/2009 Referred to Planning and Zoning Committee
1/6/2010 Do Pass
1/7/2010 Assigned to Third Read Calendar
1/14/2010 Passed

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ORDINANCE NO. 091009

 

Approving the preliminary plat of Columbus Park/Guinotte Manor Phase III on a 20 acre tract of land generally located between 3rd Street on the north, about 100 feet east of Gillis Street on the east, 5th Street on the south and Cherry Street on the west. (SD 1416)

 

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF KANSAS CITY:

 

Section A. That the preliminary plat of Columbus Park/Guinotte Manor Phase III on a 20 acre tract of land generally located between 3rd Street on the north, about 100 feet east of Gillis Street on the east, 5th Street on the south and Cherry Street on the west, and more specifically described as follows:

 

Beginning at the northwest corner of Lot 1, Block 45, John Johnson's, a Subdivision in Kansas City, Missouri, Jackson County, which point is the intersection of the east right of way line of Cherry Street and the south right of way line of 3rd Street; Thence easterly along the south right of way line of 3rd Street and the easterly prolongation thereof to a point 20 feet north of the northwest corner and on the northerly prolongation of the west line of Lot 1, Guinotte Manor Replat, a Subdivision of land in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri; Thence southerly along the west line of said Lot 1 and the west line of Lot 4 of the aforementioned Guinotte Manor Replat to the southwest corner of said Lot 4, said point being on the south line of Lot 2, Guinotte Manor, a Subdivision of land in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri; Thence west along the south line of said Lot 2 to its intersection with the east right of way line of Gillis Street; Thence south along said east right of way line to the northwest corner of Lot 24, R.G. Estill’s Resurvey of Block 82, East Kansas, a Subdivision in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, said point also being on the south line of the aforementioned Lot 2, Guinotte Manor; Thence west along the south line of said Lot 2 and the prolongation thereof to the southeast corner of Lot 9, Block 61, East Kansas, a Subdivision in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri; Thence north to the northeast corner of said Lot 9, Block 61; Thence west to the northwest corner of said Lot 9, Block 61; Thence south along the west line of Lots 9 and 8 to the southwest corner of said Lot 8, Block 61; Thence east to the southeast corner of said Lot 8, Block 61; Thence south to the southeast corner of Lot 7, Block 61, said point also being on the north right of way line of 5th Street: Thence west along said north right of way line of 5th Street to it’s intersection with the west right of way line of Holmes Street, said point also being the southeast corner of Lot 72, Lawrence’s Addition to the City of Kansas City, Jackson county, Missouri; Thence north along said west right of way line of Holmes Street to the southeast corner of Lot 74 of said Lawrence’s Addition; Thence west to the southwest corner of Lot 81 of said Lawrence’s Addition, said point also being on the east right of line of Cherry Street; Thence north along said east right of way line to the Point of Beginning. Said tract containing 834,862 square feet or 19.17 acres more or less.

 

is hereby approved, subject to the following conditions:

 

1. That the developer cause the area to be platted and processed in accordance with Chapter 66, Code of Ordinances of the City of Kansas City, Missouri, commonly known as the Subdivision Regulations.

 

2. That the developer submit a macro "overall" storm drainage study for the entire development to Development Services for review and acceptance at the time the first plat is submitted, with a micro "detailed" storm drainage study to be submitted for each phase at the time of final platting, and that the developer construct any necessary improvements as required by Development Services prior to recording each plat.

 

3. That the developer dedicate additional right of way as shown on the approved development plan as required by Development Services for all interior streets.

 

4. That the developer apply for the vacation of the portions of streets and alleys shown to be vacated on the approved development plan, as required by Development Services, with the vacation to occur with the final plat application.

 

5. That the developer improve all interior streets as shown on the approved development plan, as required by Development Services, including curbs, gutters, storm sewers, sidewalks, streetlights, existing roadway section transitions to meet vertical and horizontal alignment standards, and relocation of utilities.

 

6. That the developer secure permits for the sidewalks within the development at the time street improvement permits are secured. Sidewalks shall be installed per the sidewalk installation plan reviewed and accepted by Development Services.

 

7. That the developer obtain the grading consents, and all grading, temporary construction and drainage/sewer easements from the abutting property owner prior to submitting any public improvements.

 

8. That the developer subordinate to the City all private interest in the area of any right-of-way dedication as required by Development Services, and that the developer be responsible for all costs associated with subordination activities now and in the future.

 

9. That the developer submit plans for grading, siltation, and erosion control to Development Services for review, acceptance, and permitting prior to beginning any construction activities.

 

10. That the developer secure a site disturbance permit from Development Services prior to beginning any construction, grading, clearing, or grubbing activities, if the disturbed area equals one acre or more.

 

11. That the developer extend sanitary sewers to ensure individual service is provided to all proposed lots and determine adequacy as required by Development Services.

 

12. That the developer provide a storm water conveyance system to serve all proposed lots within the development and determine adequacy as required by Development Services.

 

13. That the developer submit a streetscape plan for approval and permitting by Development Services prior to beginning work in the public right of way.

 

14. That the developer grant a BMP Easement to the City as required by Development Services.

 

15. That the developer submit covenants, conditions and restrictions to Development Services for approval by the Law Department for the maintenance of common elements, prior to recording the plat.

 

16. That the developer extend water mains as required by the Water Services Department.

 

17. That the developer construct all-weather roads and provide for fire protection as required by the Fire Department prior to construction beyond footings and foundations.

 

18. That the developer contribute $47,481.51 for parkland purposes for 10 single family and 358 multifamily units provided that the developer shall contribute $231.21 per single family unit and $126.11 per multifamily unit in compliance with Section 66-128 of the Subdivision Regulations, less any dedicated private open space.

 

19. That the developer construct no structure which exceeds the Downtown height zoning restrictions.

 

20. That the developer make the following improvements and abide by the following criteria as required by the traffic study and as required by Public Works and Development Services:

 

a. That the developer dedicate additional right-of-way on the north side of 5th Street between Holmes Street and the north-south alley between Charlotte Street and Campbell Street along the extent of the proposed angle parking so as to provide a minimum of 41 feet of right-of-way on the north side of 5th Street (as measured from centerline of street right-of-way) so as to allow 11.7 feet for a travel lane, 3.5 feet for a buffer, 19 feet for back-in diagonal parking (inclusive of gutter), 0.5 feet for curb, and 6 feet for sidewalk, as required by Public Works Department and Development Services; provided, however, that back-in parking shall not be required unless the City has adopted a policy for back-in parking, at the time of certificate of occupancy.

 

b. That the developer improve the north side of 5th Street between Holmes Street and the north-south alley between Charlotte Street and Campbell Street to provide a minimum of pavement and gutter width of 34.2 feet (as measured from the centerline of street right-of-way to the north face of curb) plus a curb and sidewalk width of 6 feet on the north side of the street for an 11.7 feet wide traffic lane, 3.5 feet for a buffer, 19 feet wide 45 degree back-in diagonal parking stalls (measured to face of curb), curb and gutter, and 6 feet wide sidewalk, as required by the Public Works Department and Development Services; provided, however, that back-in parking shall not be required unless the City has adopted a policy for back-in parking, at the time of certificate of occupancy.

 

c. That the developer install all necessary signing and striping on the north side of 5th Street between Holmes Street and Campbell Street so as to provide for 45 degree back-in diagonal parking stalls, as required by the Public Works Department and Development Services; provided, however, that back-in parking shall not be required unless the City has adopted a policy for back-in parking, at the time of certificate of occupancy.

 

d. That the developer provide 20 feet long no-parking zones at intervals along the south side of 4th Street. The no-parking zones shall be located so as to ensure that no part of any building frontage on 4th Street is farther than 150 feet from a no-parking zone, as required by the Fire Department.

 

e. That the developer dedicate right-of-way so as to ensure a minimum of 50 feet of right-of-way on 4th Street between Cherry Street and the north-south alley between Cherry Street and Holmes Street to accommodate a 6 feet wide sidewalk on the south side of the street, an 8 feet wide parallel parking lane, an 11.7 feet wide travel lane, a 3.5 feet wide buffer, a 19 feet wide strip of angle parking stalls, curbs, and gutters, as shown on the development plan and as required by the Public Works Department and Development Services.

 

f. That the developer construct 4th Street between Cherry Street and the north-south alley between Cherry Street and Holmes Street so as to provide a 6 feet wide sidewalk on the south side, an 8 feet wide parallel parking lane, an 11.7 feet wide travel lane, a 3.5 feet wide buffer, a 19 feet wide strip of angle parking stalls, curbs, and gutters, as shown on the development plan and as required by the Public Works Department and Development Services.

 

g. That the developer dedicate right-of-way so as to ensure a minimum of 30 feet of right-of-way on 4th Street between Gillis Street and the north-south alley between Cherry Street and Holmes Street to accommodate an 8 feet wide parallel parking lane, an 11.7 feet wide travel lane, curbs, gutters, and a sidewalk on the south side of the street, as required by the Public Works Department and Development Services.

 

h. That the developer construct 4th Street between Gillis Street and the north-south alley between Cherry Street and Holmes Street so as to provide a 6 feet wide sidewalk on the south side, an 8 feet wide parallel parking lane, an 11.7 feet wide travel lane, curbs, and gutters, as required by the Public Works Department and Development Services.

 

i. That the developer provide the Fire Department and Public Works Department with AutoTurn (or similar) vehicle turn templates showing the envelopes of fire truck turning paths for turning movements between 4th Street and all of the north-south streets.

 

j. That adequate intersection sight distance be provided at all public street intersections in accordance with City standards, as required by Development Services and the Public Works Department.

 

21. That the developer submit a site plan to the Director of the Department of City Development for approval prior to the issuance of a building permit. The site plan shall include information regarding: property uses, setback distances, lighting (photometrics plan showing zero footcandles at the property line), landscaping and architectural characteristics, berms, trees and plantings around and within the parking lots; show proposed pedestrian circulation; and include elevation drawings of buildings and signage.

 

22. That the developer submit a running total of private open space area dedicated for park purposes with each plat.

 

23. That after the City Plan Commission enters its disposition for the development plan, the developer shall not enter into any agreement that would encumber or otherwise have any impact on the proposed right-of-way dedications within the planned boundary without the prior written consent of Development Services.

 

24. That the developer grant a Surface Drainage Easement to the City as required by Development Services, on the final plat.

 

25. That the developer grant a pedestrian right-of-way easement, for the portion of the public sidewalks outside of the street right-of-way, to the City as required by Development Services, prior to recording the plat.

 

26. That the developer enter into a covenant agreement for the maintenance of any private open space tracts with BMPs and storm water detention tracts as required by Development Services, prior to recording the plat.

 

A copy of the preliminary plat is on file in the office of the City Clerk with this ordinance and is made a part hereof.

 

Section B. That the Council finds and declares that before taking any action on the proposed preliminary plat hereinabove, all public notices and hearings required by the Subdivision Regulations have been given and had.

 

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I hereby certify that as required by Chapter 66, Code of Ordinances, the foregoing ordinance was duly advertised and public hearings were held.

 

 

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Secretary, City Plan Commission

 

Approved as to form and legality:

 

 

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M. Margaret Sheahan Moran

Assistant City Attorney