GALLUP CITY COUNCIL
TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 2019; 6:00 P.M.
Jackie McKinney, Mayor
Linda Garcia, Councilor, Dist. 1 Allan Landavazo, Councilor, Dist. 2
Yogash Kumar, Councilor, Dist. 3 Fran Palochak, Councilor, Dist. 4
Maryann Ustick, City Manager
Curtis Hayes, City Attorney
Mr. Bob Ippel, Executive Director, Rehoboth Christian School Association, has petitioned the Gallup City Council for final plat approval of the Rehoboth School Subdivision, being a replat of the Rehoboth Christian School Tract and Tract D-3-A of the Rehoboth Christian School Annexation. The property is generally located southwest of Churchrock Street and Tse Yaaniichi Street and North of Churchrock Street; containing 204.2493 acres.
The current subdivision consists of two (2) Lots and two (2) unidentified tracts of land containing a total of approximately 204.2493 acres. The purpose of this subdivision is 1, to replat the Rehoboth Christian School Tract and Tract D-3-A of the Rehoboth Christian School Annexation in order to contain all storm drainage for the Rehoboth Christian School on one lot and 2, to identify the two existing unidentified tracts. The property lies within the Single Family Residential (SFR-B) Zoning District. The proposed lots meet the minimum dimensional requirements for the Single Family Residential (SFR-B) Zoning District.
The subdivision will dedicate a ten foot (10’) public utility easement along
the frontage of proposed Lot 3, dedicate a forty foot (40’) public utility
easement on the western portion of Lot 3, and dedicate a forty foot (40’)
access easement on the eastern property line to the existing tank site. The
subdivision will also vacate one existing sixty foot (60’) strip and one
existing twenty foot (20’) public utility easement that are no longer in use.
Vacation of easements requires City Council Approval.
The Gallup Planning and Zoning Commission approved said subdivision at their regular meeting on December 12, 2018. City Council is now being asked to approve vacation of the above referenced Public Utility Easements which will allow the plats to be recorded and complete the subdivision.
All required infrastructure currently exists and no additional infrastructure is required to be installed at this time.
The City has been awarded grant funding from the Fuhs Family Foundation (FFF) of the Community Foundation for Monterey County in the amount of Ten-thousand dollars ($10,000) for the purchase of new non-fiction books for the Octavia Fellin Public Library (OFPL).