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Commission to consider rezoning request

The Pulaski County Planning Commission will meet Tuesday night to consider a rezoning request for property along Quail Valley Road.
Eddie D. and Christine M. Smith are seeking to have almost 90 acres rezoned from Residential (R-1) to Agriculture (A-1) to allow the current use of the property to conform with the county Zoning Ordinance.
According to a county staff analysis, the propery appears “to have characteristics that make the property conducive to development…However, the owner would like to continue use of the property for farming operations, such as hay production and continued open space enjoyment.”
The staff goes on to say that the property has been used for farm land or pasture land for “many years.”
This request is one of many the county has received over the past year in which property that was being used for agricultural purposes was zoned residential when the Zoning Ordinance was developed in 1989. The first requests came from residents of Mount Olivet road. The properties to the east and west of the Smiths already have been rezoned from R-1 to A-1 for the same reasons.
The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in the Board of Supervisors’ meeting room in the County Administration Building on Third Street in Pulaski.

Commission to consider rezoning request

The Pulaski County Planning Commission will meet Tuesday night to consider a rezoning request for property along Quail Valley Road.
Eddie D. and Christine M. Smith are seeking to have almost 90 acres rezoned from Residential (R-1) to Agriculture (A-1) to allow the current use of the property to conform with the county Zoning Ordinance.
According to a county staff analysis, the propery appears “to have characteristics that make the property conducive to development…However, the owner would like to continue use of the property for farming operations, such as hay production and continued open space enjoyment.”
The staff goes on to say that the property has been used for farm land or pasture land for “many years.”
This request is one of many the county has received over the past year in which property that was being used for agricultural purposes was zoned residential when the Zoning Ordinance was developed in 1989. The first requests came from residents of Mount Olivet road. The properties to the east and west of the Smiths already have been rezoned from R-1 to A-1 for the same reasons.
The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in the Board of Supervisors’ meeting room in the County Administration Building on Third Street in Pulaski.