According to a report, Texas‘ Killeen City Council is expected to hear a plan to change the of a five-acre property in the city’s southern region for a possible during Tuesday’s workshop meeting.
The city staff is recommending the rejection of the request, as per the presentation included in the agenda.
The proposed Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport.is at 7700 Clear Creek Road, located near the
The developer has requested tothe property from R-1 (single-family residential district) to R-MP (mobile home and park district for travel trailers). The developer also wants to change the property’s designation on the Future Land Use Map from SC (suburban commercial) to GR (general residential).
The city staff has found that the request is not in line with the map.
On October 4, thevoted 5-1 to support the request. Louie Minor was the only one against the plan, saying that the proposal was unsuitable for the area.
Theof the request is contingent on a minimum vote of three-fourths of the council.
The council will also examine otherrequests for different land areas across the city during the workshop.
The workshop meeting is scheduled to start around 5 p.m. in the council chambers of Killeen City Hall, 101 N. College St.