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Public hearings on PC planners’ agenda

Public hearings on a proposed salvage yard and the commercial rezoning of some residential property are among items to go before Pulaski County Planning Commission Tuesday night.
The meeting gets underway at 7 p.m. in the board of supervisors’ meeting room in the County Administration Building on Third Street in Pulaski. Public hearings are the first business to be undertaken during the meeting.
At last month’s meeting, Donna S. and Barry D. Phillips withdrew two petitions that would allow them to operate a salvage yard at 4010 Hogan’s Place in order to attach additional limitations to the special use permit.
Shawn Utt, Pulaski County community development director, said the withdrawal was the result of community residents asking for the salvage yard to be limited to one acre in size. He said the Phillips’ agreed to the limitation because they only intended to operate a small business on the 12-acre site.
Because the property is zoned for agriculture (A-1), the Phillipses are asking that the county zoning ordinance be amended to allow salvage yards as a special use in A-1 districts; and that the county grant them a special use permit.
The Phillipses also agreed to limit the number of vehicles on the property at any one time to a maximum of 25.
Salvage yards already are allowed by special use permit in Conservation (C-1) and Industrial (I-1) zoning districts.
The planners also will hold another public hearing on two family’s requests to have their Residential (R-1) property at 5250 Alexander Road rezoned to Commercial (CM-1).
Lewis and Mary Bandy and James J. and Judith K. Chrisley are petitioning for the rezone. The property is across Alexander Road from Wal-Mart. The families wish to sell their property due to the encroachment of commercial businesses. They also want to sell the property for commercial uses, rather than
residential.
However, residents of the neighborhood object to the commercial zoning because they do not want commercial properties to further intrude upon Fair Acres Subdivision.
The planners had recommended approval of the petition during an earlier meeting, but it was sent back to them after the property owners agreed to additional limits on the rezone at a board of supervisors meeting. The families have agreed to guarantee entrance and exit from the property will remain on Alexander Road rather than Woodlyn Street, which is within the subdivision.

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Public hearings on PC planners’ agenda

Public hearings on a proposed salvage yard and the commercial rezoning of some residential property are among items to go before Pulaski County Planning Commission Tuesday night.
The meeting gets underway at 7 p.m. in the board of supervisors’ meeting room in the County Administration Building on Third Street in Pulaski. Public hearings are the first business to be undertaken during the meeting.
At last month’s meeting, Donna S. and Barry D. Phillips withdrew two petitions that would allow them to operate a salvage yard at 4010 Hogan’s Place in order to attach additional limitations to the special use permit.
Shawn Utt, Pulaski County community development director, said the withdrawal was the result of community residents asking for the salvage yard to be limited to one acre in size. He said the Phillips’ agreed to the limitation because they only intended to operate a small business on the 12-acre site.
Because the property is zoned for agriculture (A-1), the Phillipses are asking that the county zoning ordinance be amended to allow salvage yards as a special use in A-1 districts; and that the county grant them a special use permit.
The Phillipses also agreed to limit the number of vehicles on the property at any one time to a maximum of 25.
Salvage yards already are allowed by special use permit in Conservation (C-1) and Industrial (I-1) zoning districts.
The planners also will hold another public hearing on two family’s requests to have their Residential (R-1) property at 5250 Alexander Road rezoned to Commercial (CM-1).
Lewis and Mary Bandy and James J. and Judith K. Chrisley are petitioning for the rezone. The property is across Alexander Road from Wal-Mart. The families wish to sell their property due to the encroachment of commercial businesses. They also want to sell the property for commercial uses, rather than
residential.
However, residents of the neighborhood object to the commercial zoning because they do not want commercial properties to further intrude upon Fair Acres Subdivision.
The planners had recommended approval of the petition during an earlier meeting, but it was sent back to them after the property owners agreed to additional limits on the rezone at a board of supervisors meeting. The families have agreed to guarantee entrance and exit from the property will remain on Alexander Road rather than Woodlyn Street, which is within the subdivision.

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