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File #: ORD-0488    Version: Name: Three Legged Goat Expansion SUP
Type: Ordinance Status: Approved
File created: 10/11/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 12/10/2019 Final action:
Title: Approving an ordinance on second reading with a caption reading: An Ordinance of the City of Pflugerville, Texas, amending Ordinance No. 1203-15-02-24 of the City of Pflugerville, Texas, as amended, by approving a specific use permit for a proposed bar/tavern on an approximate 1-acre tract of land zoned General Business 1 district (GB1) and Downtown District Overlay (DD) located generally northeast of the N. Railroad Ave. and E. Pecan St. intersection, locally addressed as 200 E. Pecan St, unit 5 to be known as the three legged goat expansion specific use permit (sup1909-01); providing a cumulative and repealer clause; providing for a severability clause; and providing an effective date.
Attachments: 1. Three Legged Goat Expansion General Location Map, 2. Three legged goat expansion SUP Staff Report, 3. Three Legged Goat Specific Use Permit Ordinance
Title
Approving an ordinance on second reading with a caption reading: An Ordinance of the City of Pflugerville, Texas, amending Ordinance No. 1203-15-02-24 of the City of Pflugerville, Texas, as amended, by approving a specific use permit for a proposed bar/tavern on an approximate 1-acre tract of land zoned General Business 1 district (GB1) and Downtown District Overlay (DD) located generally northeast of the N. Railroad Ave. and E. Pecan St. intersection, locally addressed as 200 E. Pecan St, unit 5 to be known as the three legged goat expansion specific use permit (sup1909-01); providing a cumulative and repealer clause; providing for a severability clause; and providing an effective date.

Summary
The Three Legged Goat is requesting to incrementally expand the established wine bar at 200 E. Main St. Unit 5, to approximately 400 square feet of neighboring Unit 6 with greater flexibility to expand in the future. In addition to expanding into the neighboring unit, the applicant intends to expand the existing patio area in front of the unit to wrap around to the rear. This expansion is the impetus for the new SUP request.

The wine bar is located in the northern portion of the building that contains the El Rincon restaurant. The proposed expansion will continue to serve Texas wines and beer for on-premise consumption and wine by the bottle. Partnerships have been and will continue to be established for food sales and consumption, but no preparation of food will occur, at this time. The hours of operation are not anticipated to change. The business will continue to operate within the parameters set forth by the TABC license requirements.

The use is permitted by right in the General Business 1(GB1) district but requires a Specific Use Permit to locate in the Downtown District Overlay (DDO). The expansion will require additional parking and site lighting for the pedestrian areas per the DDO standards. The SUP is compatible with the surrounding land uses and i...

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