Section 105-006; Ord. 17951; Approving the PUD Site Plan of Timber Creek; approving a Statement of Intent; granting a street width variance

Ordinance No.           17951               Council Bill No.           B 411-03 (A)           


AN ORDINANCE

approving the Planned Unit Development Site Plan of Timber Creek; approving a Statement of Intent; granting a street width variance; requiring a development agreement before final platting; and fixing the time when this ordinance shall become effective.

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, AS FOLLOWS:

    SECTION 1.  The City Council hereby approves the Planned Unit Development Site Plan of Timber Creek, dated August 2003, located on the west side of Stadium Boulevard (State Route E,) approximately 165 feet south of Primrose Drive.

    SECTION 2. The Statement of Intent, a letter from Crockett Engineering Consultants, LLC dated November 7, 2003, is approved.  A copy of this letter, marked “Exhibit A,” is attached to and made a part of this ordinance.

    SECTION 3. The City Council hereby grants a variance from the requirements of Section 25-42 of the Subdivision Regulations so that Timber Creek Drive and the unbuilt portion of Aaron Drive may be constructed with a 28-foot wide pavement.

    SECTION 4. Approval of the site plan is subject to the condition that before any final plat of the property is approved, subdivider and City shall enter into a development agreement addressing the responsibility for construction of required improvements to the intersection of Stadium Boulevard and Timber Creek Drive and the intersection of Stadium Boulevard and Aaron Drive.

    SECTION 5.  Approval of the site plan is subject to the condition that all on-site lighting, excepting that located in public rights-of-way, will be designed by a qualified lighting engineer, utilizing poles (standards) having a maximum height of 15 feet and fixtures having full cut-off luminaries so as to minimize the overflow of illumination to the surrounding areas.  Luminaries (fixtures) shall utilize shielding plates and/or lenses to reduce the amount of point source light. Maximum wattage of each luminary shall not exceed 150 watts.  The lighting plans shall be certified by the designer as to conformance with the above criteria.

    SECTION 6.  This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage.
    
    PASSED this 5th  day of January, 2003.