The following communication was sent to property owners from the City.
January 12, 2012
RE: Zoning File 2011-05?
Dear Property Owner
Section 86-144. of the Murphy Texas Code of Ordinances requires that written notice of the public hearing be sent to all owners of property, as indicated by the most recently approved city tax roll, that is located within the area of the application, and within 200 feet of any property affected, said written notice.
This is to advise you that a public hearing will be held by the Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday, January 23, 2012 at 6:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at 206 N. Murphy Road, Murphy, Texas, to consider the application of Forestar (USA) Real Estate Group, Inc. They are requesting approval of a SUP.
(Specific Use Permit) for a Hospital Facility and Professional Offices, including helistop, on the property zoned NS (Neighborhood Service) District (Zoning Code of Ordinances, Article III. – Zoning Districts, Division 13) located at the northeast corner of FM 544 and Heritage Parkway
A DRAFT Concept Plan that is also up for consideration is enclosed for your review This property is shown on the enclosed sketch and is described as follows Being a approximate 3.699 acre tract of land situated in the Mary Scott Survey, Abstract No. 859, all of Lot 2, Block A, of Heritage Addition to the City of Murphy, Collin County, Texas, fronting approximately 273.70 feet along Heritage Parkway.
If you would like to inform us of your opinion, a reply form is enclosed which can be mailed to the Community Development Department. Mail the reply form to: City of Murphy, Attn: Lori Payan, Community Development Department, 206 North Murphy Road, Murphy, Texas 75094 or email@example.com.
The Planning and Zoning Commission agenda is available 72 hours prior to the
meeting at City Hall and on the City’s website at www.murphytx.org If you have any questions, please feel free to contact this office at (972) 468-4006 or Lori Payan at (972) 468-4014.
Kristen Roberts Director of Economic and Community Development