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CITY OF NEW BERLIN SECTION 35 Neighborhoods G & H Comprehensive Plan Amendment Public Input January 2012
CURRENT ADOPTED LAND USE PLAN • Business Park Light Industrial (purple) – Commercial, Office, Retail • Planned Conservation Development (Light Tan) Single Family Residential
Adopted Development Policies – Neighborhood “G” (Source: NB 2020 Comprehensive Plan) • Allow additional business office uses east of Moorland Road to respond to the growing interest in New Berlin; • Pursue extension of sewer and water into Section 35; • Encourage lot clustering to preserve the natural features and character; • Single family housing is recommended along Grange Avenue and the eastern portion of Neighborhood “G”; • Business park designation has been expanded in response to a growing Westridge Business Park, requests by property owners, and for the long-term financial success of the City (potential new value of $150 + million); • This area should also include commercial retail as it supports the business park and City
PROPOSED FUTURE LAND USE AMENDMENTS
PROPOSED FUTURE LAND USE AMENDMENTS
FUTURE LAND USE CHANGES ARE BASED UPON: • Topography • Ability to coordinate access points • Maintaining buffers to existing development to the east of Sunnyslope Road, north of Grange Ave. and along College Ave. • Environmental features / Gas Line • Utility layout
TRAFFIC - EXISTING
TRAFFIC ANALYSIS – 2008 to 2020 traffic WITHOUT new development Add Signal 2 -Lanes Lengthen turning lanes 2 -Lanes Add 4 -Lanes turning lanes 2 -Lanes
TRAFFIC ANALYSIS – WITH new development 2 -Lanes Add Turn Lanes 2 -Lanes 4 -6 Lanes 2 -Lanes Add Turn Lanes
TRAFFIC ANALYSIS – Comparison Chart 6 -Lane 4 -Lane
INTERCEPTOR ANALYSIS Sewer & Water Main in Sec. 34 and 35 The City and MMSD have already amended the City’s Current Sewer Service and Urban Service Areas allowing for the utilities to be brought into this area. The project is broken out into two phases and generally consists of an extension of the 36 inch interceptor sewer and a 16 inch water transmission main. Phase 1 -2012, located primarily within Section 34, includes the installation of: • • • 2, 550 linear feet of 36 inch interceptor sewer within a 60 -foot wide permanent easement; 2, 550 linear feet of 16 inch water transmission main within the 60 -foot wide permanent easement; 2, 000 linear feet of 18 inch local gravity sewer within the Moorland Road right of way; 2, 350 linear feet of water main within the Moorland Road right of way; Abandonment of the Moorland Road Lift Station once Contract 2 -2012 is completed. Phase 2 -2012, located primarily within Section 35, contains includes the installation of: • • 6, 000 linear feet of 36 inch interceptor sewer within a 60 -foot wide permanent easement; 6, 000 linear feet of 16 inch water transmission main within the 60 -foot wide permanent easement; 500 linear feet of 36 inch interceptor sewer within the Sunnyslope Road right of way; and 200 linear feet of trenchless construction across Tess Corners Creek.
INTERCEPTOR ANALYSIS Sewer & Water Main in Sec. 34 and 35
PROPOSED AMENDMENTS • Additional acreage designated for business/light industrial uses • Reducing the acreage designated for singlefamily residential (planned conservation development) • Any other concepts or ideas discussed during the focus group sessions.
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