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File #: R-13-132   
Type: Resolution Status: Enacted
File created: 1/23/2013 In control: City Council
Final action: 8/5/2013
Enactment date: 8/28/2013 Enactment #: R-2013-068
Title: F/S For An Area Of Approximately 569.1 Acres, Bounded Generally By Paseo Del Norte And Existing Development To The North, Universe Blvd. To The West, Volcano Cliffs And Paseo Del Norte To The South And The Petroglyph National Monument To The East; Adopting The Volcano Heights Sector Development Plan As A Rank Three Plan And Changing Zoning From R-D, SU-1 For PRD And SU-1 For C-1 Uses To SU-2/VHTC (Volcano Heights Town Center), SU-2/VHRC (Volcano Heights Regional Center), SU-2/VHVC (Volcano Heights Village Center), SU-2/VHMX (Volcano Heights Mixed Use), SU-2VHNT (Volcano Heights Neighborhood Transition) And SU-2/VHET (Volcano Heights Escarpment Transition) (Lewis, by request
Attachments: 1. R-132, 2. R-132 EPC Record, 3. 2 R-132 VHSDP-2013-Council-greenline-08-02-v2, 4. 1 R-132 Proposed Floor Substitute - Redline Version, 5. R-132fs, 6. R-132fsfinal, 7. FS R-132Enacted
Date Action ByActionResultAction Details
8/28/2013 City Clerk Published  Action details
8/28/2013 Mayor Signed by the Mayor  Action details
8/19/2013 City Council Sent to Mayor for Signature  Action details
8/5/2013 City Council Passed as Substituted, as AmendedPass Action details
8/5/2013 City Council AmendedPass Action details
8/5/2013 City Council AmendedPass Action details
8/5/2013 City Council AmendedPass Action details
8/5/2013 City Council SubstitutedPass Action details
8/5/2013 City Council SubstitutedPass Action details
6/3/2013 City Council PostponedPass Action details
4/15/2013 City Council Accepted with a recommendation Do Pass, As Substituted  Action details
4/10/2013 Land Use, Planning, and Zoning Committee Sent to Council with a recommendation of Do Pass, as SubstitutedPass Action details
4/10/2013 Land Use, Planning, and Zoning Committee SubstitutedPass Action details
2/13/2013 Land Use, Planning, and Zoning Committee PostponePass Action details
1/23/2013 City Council Introduced and Referred  Action details
1/23/2013 President Referred  Action details
CITY of ALBUQUERQUE
TWENTIETH COUNCIL


COUNCIL BILL NO. F/S R-13-132 ENACTMENT NO. ____________________

SPONSORED BY: Dan Lewis, by request


RESOLUTION
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F/S For An Area Of Approximately 569.1 Acres, Bounded Generally By Paseo Del Norte And Existing Development To The North, Universe Blvd. To The West, Volcano Cliffs And Paseo Del Norte To The South And The Petroglyph National Monument To The East; Adopting The Volcano Heights Sector Development Plan As A Rank Three Plan And Changing Zoning From R-D, SU-1 For PRD And SU-1 For C-1 Uses To SU-2/VHTC (Volcano Heights Town Center), SU-2/VHRC (Volcano Heights Regional Center), SU-2/VHVC (Volcano Heights Village Center), SU-2/VHMX (Volcano Heights Mixed Use), SU-2VHNT (Volcano Heights Neighborhood Transition) And SU-2/VHET (Volcano Heights Escarpment Transition) (Lewis, by request
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For An Area Of Approximately 569.1 Acres, Bounded Generally By Paseo Del Norte And Existing Development To The North, Universe Blvd. To The West, Volcano Cliffs And Paseo Del Norte To The South And The Petroglyph National Monument To The East; Adopting The Volcano Heights Sector Development Plan As A Rank Three Plan And Changing Zoning From R-D, Su-1 For Prd And Su-1 For C-1 Uses To Su-2/Vhtc (Volcano Heights Town Center), Su-2/Vhrc (Volcano Heights Regional Center), Su-2/Vhvc (Volcano Heights Village Center), Su-2/Vhmx (Volcano Heights Mixed Use), Su-2vhnt (Volcano Heights Neighborhood Transition) And Su-2/Vhet (Volcano Heights Escarpment Transition)
WHEREAS, the City Council, the governing body of the City of Albuquerque, has the authority to adopt and amend plans for the physical development of areas within the planning and platting jurisdiction of the City authorized by Statute, Section 3-19-1 et. Seq., NMSA 1978, and by its home rule powers; and
WHEREAS, Volcano Heights' location at the intersection of two regional transportation corridors represents a unique opportunity to address t...

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