Bound by terms of the development agreement with the City of Fair Oaks Ranch, the developer of the proposed subdivision, The Reserve, may have to settle for 86 houses and not the 645 they had planned. In a special City Council meeting Monday, City Attorney Charles Zech informed city leaders that the development agreement stipulates that groundwater from wells drilled on the property must be used for the subdivision water supply.
Below is the link to an article written by Zeke MacCormack with the San Antonio Express-News. It gives a concise summary of what transpired at the Special City Council Meeting on Thursday, September 18th.
Despite requests from citizens for transparency and open government, the City of Fair Oaks Ranch has conducted undisclosed deliberations with Trio Residential Developers about the proposed development, The Reserve on Ammann Road. Yesterday the City posted an agenda for a September 18 city council special meeting at 3pm in the afternoon to discuss in the Development Agreement between The Reserve and the City. (Agenda)
Save Fair Oaks Ranch has learned through Public Information Act (PIA) requests that the City and Trio have been in engaged in recent, ongoing discussions about moving forward with the development, while providing no information to residents.
Fair Oaks Ranch Public Works Director, Ron Emmons, has disapproved the preliminary plat for The Reserve, saying there are some considerable concerns. Click to read complete letter.
The United States Army, Camp Stanley, has expressed concern to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality about a requested wastewater permit from Trio Residential Developers for the proposed development, The Reserve. Citing concerns about water quality and water quantity, the Army is requesting a public meeting to address related issues. Click here to read the permit comment letter.