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Commission recommends rezoning be OK’d

PULASKI — The Pulaski Planning Commission is recommending a rezoning request along Route 11 be approved by the Pulaski Town Council.
Evelyn H. English is seeking to have two lots at the southwest intersection of Pleasant Hill Drive and Lee Highway (Route 11) rezoned from residential to business B-1 so they can be developed for residential or business use.
The property is across from the bowling alley and consists of a total of about nine acres.
Presently, one lot (6.88 acres) is divided into two zoning districts, R-1 and R-2. That lot is being used for residential purposes and has two dwellings on it. The remaining 2.5 acres is vacant pasture that is zoned Residential Office (RO).
According to Assistant Town Manager David Quesenberry, a B-1 zoning would allow the property to be developed for residential or business use, but the types of businesses allowed would be restricted to “those that would lessen or not impact nearby residential areas.”
The types of businesses or development allowed in B-1 districts include retail shopping, office uses, recreation and service activities, and single-family detached dwellings.
The types of businesses permitted in a B-1 district include, but are not limited to, banks, catering services, clinics, funeral homes, equipment rental businesses, and houses of worship.
The issue will now go to the Pulaski Town Council for a final vote.

Commission recommends rezoning be OK’d

PULASKI — The Pulaski Planning Commission is recommending a rezoning request along Route 11 be approved by the Pulaski Town Council.
Evelyn H. English is seeking to have two lots at the southwest intersection of Pleasant Hill Drive and Lee Highway (Route 11) rezoned from residential to business B-1 so they can be developed for residential or business use.
The property is across from the bowling alley and consists of a total of about nine acres.
Presently, one lot (6.88 acres) is divided into two zoning districts, R-1 and R-2. That lot is being used for residential purposes and has two dwellings on it. The remaining 2.5 acres is vacant pasture that is zoned Residential Office (RO).
According to Assistant Town Manager David Quesenberry, a B-1 zoning would allow the property to be developed for residential or business use, but the types of businesses allowed would be restricted to “those that would lessen or not impact nearby residential areas.”
The types of businesses or development allowed in B-1 districts include retail shopping, office uses, recreation and service activities, and single-family detached dwellings.
The types of businesses permitted in a B-1 district include, but are not limited to, banks, catering services, clinics, funeral homes, equipment rental businesses, and houses of worship.
The issue will now go to the Pulaski Town Council for a final vote.