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the vehicular and stationary lights and effect of such lights on established character of <br /> the neighborhood, location, lighting and types of signs and relation of signs to traffic <br /> control and adjacent property, street size and adequacy of width for traffic reasonably <br /> t� � expected to be generated by the proposed use around the site and in the immediate <br /> neighborhood, adequacy of parking as determined by requirements of this ordinance for <br /> off-street parking facilities, location of ingress and egress points for parking and off- <br /> street locating spaces, and protection of public health by surfacing on all parking areas <br /> to control dust, effect on the promotion of health and the general welfare, effect on light <br /> and air, the effect on the transportation, water sewerage, schools, parks and other <br /> facilities; and <br /> WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Grapevine, Texas at a public hearing <br /> called by the City Council of the City of Grapevine, Texas did consider the following <br /> factors in making a determination as to whether this requested change should be <br /> granted or denied; effect on the congestion of the streets, the fire hazards, panics and <br /> other dangers possibly present in the securing of safety from same, the effect on the <br /> promotion of health and the general welfare, the effect on adequate light and air, the <br /> effect on the overcrowding of the land, the effect on the concentration of population, the <br /> effect on the transportation, water, sewerage, schools, parks and other public facilities; <br /> and <br /> WHEREAS, the City Council further considered among other things the character <br /> ��� -k of the district and its peculiar suitability for particular uses and with the view to conserve <br /> the value of buildings, encourage the most appropriate use of land throughout this city; <br /> �� <br /> and <br /> WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Grapevine, Texas does find that there � <br /> is a public necessity for the zoning change, that the public demands it, that the public <br /> interest clearly requires the amendment, that the zoning changes do not unreasonably <br /> invade the rights of those who bought or improved property with reference to the <br /> classification which existed at the time their original investment was made; and does <br /> find that the change in zoning lessens the congestion in the streets, helps secure safety <br /> from fire, panic and other dangers; promotes health and the general welfare; provides <br /> adequate light and air; prevents the overcrowding of land; avoids undue concentration <br /> of population; facilitates the adequate provisions of transportation, water, sewerage, <br /> schools, parks and other public requirements; and <br /> WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Grapevine, Texas has determined that <br /> there is a necessity and need for this change in zoning and has also found and <br /> determined that there has been a change in the conditions of the property surrounding <br /> and in close proximity to the property requested for a change since this property was <br /> originally classified; and, therefore, feels that a change in zoning classification for the <br /> particular piece of property is needed, is called for, and is in the best interest of the <br /> �;a,.:k public at large, the citizens of the City of Grapevine, Texas and helps promote the <br /> general health, safety, and welfare of this community. <br /> � <br /> ORD. NO. 98-149 2 <br />