By Angie Bado, TSB Publisher
Members of McKinney City Council were consistently in agreement on the items brought before them for a vote during Tuesday evening’s regular council meeting at city hall.
Bahama Bucks Drive-Through: Council unanimously approved a special use permit for a Bahama Bucks restaurant to have a drive-through window. The restaurant, which features shaved ice, will be located at the east side of Jordin Road, south of Virginia Parkway.
Indoor Gun Range: Unanimous approval was also granted for a specific use permit for an indoor gun range, McKinney Gun Club, located on the east side of Custer Road and north of Virginia Parkway. The applicant, following questions from council, stated that the decibel level from guns being used inside the gun range will be less than the 75 decibels allowed by city code.
Private Street Development: Council approved an application by to allow for a private street development and to modify the development standards on property located on the east side of Ridge Road and approximately 1,000 feet north of Virginia Parkway.
D.H. Horton Annexation: Council gave approval for D.H. Horton-Texas, LTD, to annex less than four acres of property west of Independence Parkway, south of Virginia Parkway, for construction of 14 single family homes.
Roadway Infrastructure: Council authorized the city manager to take steps to acquire the property associated with a roadway infrastructure project along Louisiana Street from State Highway 5 to Throckmorton Street; Along Greenville Street from Louisiana Street to Andrews Street; Along Throckmorton Street from Louisiana Street to Virginia Street; and Along Louisiana Street from Throckmorton Street to Old Settler’s Park, through eminent domain.