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Citizens await the start of four public hearings before the Floresville Planning and Zoning Committee March 7. The hearings, which were included in that night’s meeting, were postponed after the committee failed to muster a quorum.
Wilson County News March 14, 2012 4,201 views 3 comments
FLORESVILLE -- Four public hearings about various planning and zoning matters have been postponed to March 28, after the March 7 meeting of the Floresville Planning and Zoning Committee was canceled for lack of a quorum.
Five minutes after the meeting was set to start, only committee members David Jaramillo and Chris Talamantez were present. Cyndi Nichols of the city’s permit office said President Robert Leal could not attend the meeting due to an emergency, and that there were two vacancies on the committee following the resignations of Elvira De La O in November and Andy Eubanks in December.
The committee was set to hold public hearings, followed by their consideration and action, on:
•A request by Duayne Lutz for a special-use permit for 1956 Sutherland Springs Road, to establish a recreational-vehicle (RV) park.
•A request by David Strozier for a special-use permit for 2220 10th St., to establish an RV park.
•A request by Mark Marlowe for a special-use permit for 1331 Sutherland Springs Road, to establish an RV park or mobile home park.
•A request by Bradley Lamberth to rezone 1813 Standish St., from single-family residential to commercial, to establish “a small business.”
The committee also was to consider and act upon an earlier request by Eric and Lydia Colon, for a special- use zoning permit for 703-1/2 Fourth St. The couple submitted the request in October, with the intention of establishing an RV park behind their towing business, Eagle Wrecker.
Your Opinions and Comments
Philip Vipond Floresville, TX March 15, 2012 3:55pm
Absolutely! We need to look at the long term effect of all these RV parks. With at least three more proposed our city is starting to look like post Katrina Louisiana. When these transient workers leave who will clean up the mess? ... More ›
Absolutely! We need to look at the long term effect of all these RV parks. With at least three more proposed our city is starting to look like post Katrina Louisiana. When these transient workers leave who will clean up the mess? Or will we have rotting FEMA trailers everywhere. Not to mention the effect on our sewer system. We need tougher codes in place to ensure land owners will be responsible for the clean up. Maybe a security deposit which could be held by the City to ensure this?
Senior Citizen Wilson County March 15, 2012 10:19am
Congrats to all the entrepeneurs in Floresville,opening RV and Trailer parks.. One question though, is there already, or should there be some requirements by the city as far as how these spaces should look...i.e. fencing to hide ... More ›
Congrats to all the entrepeneurs in Floresville,opening RV and Trailer parks.. One question though, is there already, or should there be some requirements by the city as far as how these spaces should look...i.e. fencing to hide from the road, some greenery via trees..If you look now they stick out like a sore thumb... maybe some camoflauge to enhance or hide the appearances......