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Wellborn Land Use Plan Headed for Final Action

The City of College Station plans to spend $24 million dollars during the next 10 years in the recently annexed Wellborn community.

CScoun032813wbMR-3.mp3Comments by Matt Robinson to the city council March 28.

Future development regulations will be considered at Thursday’s College Station Planning and Zoning Commission meeting.

Click HERE to read the 61 page report presented to P&Z and the city council.

Senior planner Matt Robinson says more than 20 meetings have been held since Wellborn was annexed a year and a half ago.

CScoun032813wbMR-1.mp3Matt Robinson lists the meetings.

The proposal, introduced at last week’s city council meeting, includes 10 land use designations.

CScoun032813wbMR-2.mp3Matt Robinson lists some of the proposed land use designations.

The land use designations also define locations and sizes of residential lots and homes.

CScoun032813wbMR-4.mp3Matt Robinson comments of residential regulations.

The city council considers final action at its meeting on April 25th.

(Courtesy the City of College Station) A artist’s map of a proposed retail area bordered generally by Wellborn Road, Greens Prairie, McCullough, and Live Oak.

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Posted by on Apr 3 2013. Filed under Featured Stories, News.
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