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Contact Information:

  Name Joe Ashton
  Title/Position Councilmember
  Entity City of River Oaks
  E-mail jashton@riveroakstx.com
  Phone (817) 246-4971 ext. 266

Project Number:  059

Parcel ID(s):  46090-19A2

Project Description:  A new hotel to be built at 8110 West Freeway. Site is out of the APZ and is located in the 65 dB noise contour. The builder is the same individual who is completing a hotel at 7801 Scott St (RCC Project #052) which is in the 70 dB noise contour, and is aware of the importance of sound attenuation measures for projects located near NAS Ft Worth.

Date Submitted:  11/27/2013 2:39:45 PM

Deadline for Comments:  12/6/2013

References Comprehensive Plans Zoning Maps
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Suggested Land Use Compatibility in Noise Zones
Suggested Land Use Compatibility in Accident Potential Zones
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Tarrant Appraisal District (Property Search)
Benbrook
Fort Worth
Lake Worth
River Oaks
Westworth Village
White Settlement
Benbrook
Fort Worth
Lake Worth
River Oaks
Sansom Park
Westworth Village
White Settlement

Comments

Name Entity Date Comment
Dave Gattis City of Benbrook 11/27/2013 Transient lodging is noncompatible within the 65 dB contour and I'd recommend that it be located elsewhere. If it is allowed, it should have a minimum of 25 dB noise attenuation.
Brett McGuire City of Lake Worth 11/27/2013 I concur with Mr. Gattis. If allowed, noise attenuation should be at the 25dB level.
Ed Gallagher City of Benbrook 11/27/2013 Should be outside of the 65 dB area. If approved at proposed location plan review and inspections should pay very close attention to sound attenuation design and construction.
Rachel Wiggins Past CPLO at NAS Fort Worth, JRB 12/2/2013 This project is located in the 65+ dB DNL noise contour. In this zone, DOD strongly discourages residential uses, including hotels. However, we understand that the property is already zoned for this use and it can be built by right. Therefore, DOD's recommendations focus on maximizing compatibility. We recommend that sound attenuation be included in the design, including: that the hotel be constructed with interior entrances, that no pass-through a/c units be included in the exterior walls (as these cause major noise leaks into each room), that spray in/foam insulation be used, and that specific window and roof/ceiling assembly treatments be used as noted in the Navy's sound attenuation guidelines at: http://www.nctcog.org/trans/aviation/jlus/Sound%20Insulation%20Report.pdf. In addition, due to the proximity of this project to the end of the runway, the structure may require coordination with FAA to review height. We would also request that the use of any LED lighting at the site be coordinated with the installation during the planning phase.

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