City Commissioners first discussed a property that may be deemed to be unsafe and dangerous on El Paso Lane. The city has been trying for over a year to reach out to the owner of the property to discuss options for future use of the building to no avail. Now, commissioners may take matters into their own hands.
To rectify the situation Commissioners may approve demolishing the building if it is determined to be an unsafe or dangerous structure while also charging the property owner the costs associated with doing so. There will be a public hearing on March 7th, where all facts surrounding the case will be presented, which will also give the owner one last chance to rectify the situation themselves.
The hot topic of the night however, was Community Development’s, Aggieville Community Vision Plan, more specifically, the parking-space plan in the community vision plan.
The vision plan includes developing Aggieville with buildings of up to 5 stories tall while still preserving historical aspects of the area. In order to do so however, large parking accommodations would need to be made to sustain such growth.
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Source: KMAN Local News