The Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) met last night to discuss a rezoned, among other items of business at their regular August meeting.
The meeting commenced at 6:02 p.m. The group then unanimously approved their consent agenda.
The group then heard a request for a property at 618 Oak Avenue to be rezoned from multifamily to light commercial. The request, by Kris and Cason Childress, covers an approximately .21 acre property.
Community development director Tory Niewiadomski informed the commission that the property is surrounded by a mix of zoning designations, from professional office to the north, multifamily to the east, heavy commercial to the south, and light commercial to the west.
“The land uses are a strip center to the west, law offices to north, tire shop to the south, and vacant land to the east,” Niewiadomski noted.
Niewiadomski also noted that the city sent 11 letters to the property’s neighbors, and four returned responses in favor of rezoning.
The commission unanimously approved the rezone.
With no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 6:08 p.m.
By Taylor Nye