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In the remaining cases, council unanimously approved a request for voluntary annexation and extension of utilities for just over half an acre at 113 Kingsway Drive. Council also unanimously approved a voluntary annexation request and ratified an emergency public service extension for two properties adjacent to 3158 Charlotte Highway and 124 W. Waterlynn Road. The owner’s well collapsed, said Erika Martin, the city’s transportation planner, and they needed an emergency extension of the city’s water supply system.

Council also unanimously approved a rezoning request for a property located at 2907 Charlotte Hwy, to move from Single Family Residence-2, or R-2, to Neighborhood Mixed Use, or NMX. The owner of the property, Chris Dissibio, said he did not have specific plans but wanted to change the zoning as he felt it was time to take every possible opportunity to run a business in the area. plot of just under an acre.

The board of directors also approved, in a 5-1 vote with West dissenting, a conventional rezoning request from the John and Kerry Brown Family Trust for the property on Oakridge Farm Highway to rezone the Single property. -Family Residential-2, or R-2, to Highway Business, or HB. The 2.7-acre parcel is vacant and located on the corner of Oak Ridge Farm Highway and Overhead Bridge Road, said Danny Wilson, director of planning and community development.

But, George Cobb, director of planning for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Charlotte, asked the claimant at the public hearing to withdraw his plans and reconsider submitting a new claim that would not allow the construction of possible nightclubs. , bars or taverns. Cobb said the diocese is considering building a parish school on neighboring property and does not want the possibility of such a business nearby. Wilson said the city has yet to receive a concept plan from the diocese to build a school there. Commissioner Barbara Whittington brought forward the motion to approve the zoning change, but West disagreed, saying he was concerned about the possibility of having an exit and entrance on the busy 150 freeway without a sitemap provided.


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