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Legislation #: 031180 Introduction Date: 10/23/2003
Type: Ordinance Effective Date: 11/23/2003
Sponsor: None
Title: Approving a Community Unit Project on an approximately 86.9 acre tract of land generally located on the north side of N.E. 106th Street, approximately 700 feet west of N. Woodland Avenue. (11671-CUP-2)

Legislation History
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10/23/2003

Prepare to Introduce

10/23/2003

Referred Planning, Zoning & Economic Development Committee

11/12/2003

Advance and Do Pass

11/13/2003

Passed


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ORDINANCE NO. 031180

 

Approving a Community Unit Project on an approximately 86.9 acre tract of land generally located on the north side of N.E. 106th Street, approximately 700 feet west of N. Woodland Avenue. (11671-CUP-2)

 

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF KANSAS CITY:

 

Section A. That a Community Unit Project on an approximately 86.9 acre tract of land generally located on the north side of N.E. 106th Street, approximately 700 feet west of N. Woodland Avenue, and more specifically described as follows:

 

All that part of the West One Half of Section 25, Township 52, Range 33, in the City of Kansas City, Clay County, Missouri described as follows: Beginning at the southwest corner of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 25; thence North 00E19'01" East, along the west line of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 25, also being the east line of Woodridge Estates Third & Fourth Plats, subdivisions of land in the City of Kansas City, Clay County, Missouri, a distance of 918.52 feet; thence South 89E40'59" East, a distance of 1595.46 feet; thence South 00E34'53" West, parallel with the east line of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 25, a distance of 770.00 feet; thence North 89E50'51" East along a line parallel with the south line of the Northwest Quarter of Section 25, a distance of 320.59 feet; thence South 00E36'00" West along a line parallel with the east line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 25, a distance of 900.00 feet; thence North 89E52'11" West along a line parallel with the south line of the North Half of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 25, a distance of 347.21; thence South 00E36'00" West along a line parallel with the east line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 25, a distance of 539.02 feet to a point 25.00 feet north of the south line of the North Half of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 25; thence North 89E52'11" West along a line 25.00 feet north of and parallel with the south line of the North Half of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 25, a distance of 1555.72 feet to a point on the west line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 25; thence North 00E12'23" East along the west line of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 25, also being the east line of Auburn Hills First & Second Plats, subdivisions of land in the City of Kansas City, Clay County, Missouri, a distance of 1294.04 feet to the point of beginning. 86.93 acres

 

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, as amended, commonly known as the Subdivision Regulations.

 

2. That the developer submit a certificate of survey to the Department of City Development for approval prior to sale of individual units.


3. That the developer submit an updated macro storm drainage study for the entire development to the City Engineers Office for approval when the first final plat is submitted and a detailed micro storm drainage study for each phase at the time of final platting and that the developer construct any improvements as required by the City Engineers Office.

 

4. That the developer submit plans for grading and siltation and erosion control to the City Engineer's Office for approval prior to beginning any construction activities.

 

5. That the developer secure a land disturbance permit from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.

 

6. That the developer secure a land disturbance permit from the Department of Public Works prior to beginning any construction, grading, clearing or grubbing activities.

 

7. That the developer dedicate additional right of way for N.E. 106th Street as required by the Department of Public Works so as to provide a total of 30 feet of right of way as measured from the centerline of N.E. 106th Street.

 

8. That the developer improve the north half of N.E. 106th Street to collector street standards as required by the Department of Public Works, including construction of curb, gutter and sidewalks and installation of streetlights.

 

9. That the developer dedicate additional right of way for Shoal Creek Parkway as required by the Board of Parks and Recreation Commissioners so as to provide a total of 200 feet of right of way for Shoal Creek Parkway.

 

10. That the developer design and construct all interior streets to City standards as required by the Department of Public Works, including curb and gutter, storm sewers, streetlights, sidewalks, grade modifications resulting in reconstruction of existing road section to meet vertical and horizontal alignment standards, and private utility relocations to outside the right of way.

 

11. That the developer enter into a Cooperative Agreement with the City as required by the Department of Public Works whereby the developer agrees to contribute $12,000.00 (based upon 8% of $150,000.00) toward the cost of installation of a traffic signal at the intersection of N.E. 106th Street and N. Woodland Avenue.

 

12. That the developer enter into a Cooperative Agreement with the City as required by the Department of Public Works whereby the developer agrees to contribute $27,000.00 (based upon 18% of $150,000.00) toward the cost of installation of a traffic signal at the intersection of N.E. 106th Street and N. Oak Trafficway.

 

13. That the developer subordinate to the City all private interest in the area of any right of way dedication as required by the Department of Public Works and that the developer be responsible for all costs associated with subordination activities.

 

14. That the developer integrate any relocated streetlights into the existing street light system as required by the Department of Public Works.

 

15. That the developer submit a street tree planting plan as part of the final plat and secure the approval of the City Forester for street trees planted in right of way in front of residential lots, with a final approved copy to be submitted to the Department of City Development. The plan shall include size, type, species and placement of trees or design guidelines stating this information. Further, that the developer either install said trees within one year of the issuance of the home certificate of occupancy or within two years of the recording of the plat and agree to maintain and guarantee the life of the tree for a period of one year following the installation of the trees as required by the Department of Parks and Recreation or obtain a performance bond for the installation, maintenance and guarantee of the trees.

 

16. That the developer design and install streetlights as required by the Department of Public Works on all collector streets.

 

17. That the developer submit a street name signage plan to the Street Naming Committee for review and approval for all street names prior to the submittal of the first final plat.

 

18. That the developer extend and/or relocate water and sewer lines as required by the Water Services Department.

 

19. That the developer extend and/or relocate sanitary sewers and/or storm sewers to ensure individual service is provided to all proposed lots and determine adequacy as required by the Department of Public Works.

 

20. That the developer install hard surface roads and provide for fire protection as required by the Fire Department prior to construction beyond foundations.

 

21. That the developer submit covenants, conditions and restrictions to the Law Department for maintenance of any private open spaces and detention areas with the final plat.

 

22. That the developer construct temporary cul-de-sacs as required by the Department of Public Works.

 

23. That the developer include a statement on the final plats prohibiting vehicular access onto Shoal Creek Parkway from Lots 118, 120 through 123, 52 through 55, and 60 through 66 as shown on the preliminary community unit project plan.

24. That the developer include a statement on the final plats prohibiting vehicular access onto N.E. 106th Street from Lots 1 through 7, 93 and 94 as shown on the preliminary community unit project plan.

 

25. That the developer submit a final plan to the City Plan Commission for approval including plans for landscaping, grading, signage, screening, berming, fencing, and lighting (provide a photometric study, with the intent that there shall be no direct illumination beyond the property line).

 

A copy of said Community Unit Project plan is on file in the office of the City Clerk under Document No. 031180, which is attached hereto and made a part hereof.

 

Section B. That the Council finds and declares that before taking any action on the proposed Community Unit Project hereinabove, all public notices and hearings required by the Zoning Ordinance have been given and had.

 

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I hereby certify that as required by Chapter 80, 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