Far more considerable residence building is likely destined for an place of Montgomery County that is simultaneously gaining new public universities.
The Montgomery County Commission on Monday night authorised the property rezoning application of Gordon Seay, from AG Agricultural District to R-1 One-Family members Household District.
Seay has claimed the rezoning will pave the way for “wonderful residences” in the exact same place exactly where the Clarksville-Montgomery County School Process is constructing new schools and other residential construction is by now taking place.
The recently-rezoned web-site encompasses 138.3 acres, on the south frontage of Buck Street, 800 toes east of the south intersection of Buck and Kirkwood roads.
The property also fronts together the east frontage of Kirkwood Road, 700 feet south of the southern intersection of Buck and Kirkwood.
This acreage to be produced by Seay is across from the current Wellington Fields subdivision. Planning Commission Director Jeff Tyndall said Seay’s new progress is projected to add 266 housing tons, with most likely some slight variations in the total selection depending on the site’s topography.
Each the planning workers and Regional Organizing Commission had advisable acceptance of Seay’s rezoning to the county fee.
The rezoning collected three “no” votes Monday night from commissioners Rashidah Leverett, Garland Johnson and Joshua Beal, but all other commissioners supported it.
New homes and people in the rural region carry on to occur as the next three-university CMCSS sophisticated is planned to be developed near the corner of Rossview and Kirkwood roadways.
The county commission acquired the 116-acre web-site for the new faculties months back, followed by initiating widening and other enhancements to two-lane Rossview Road in that vicinity in an hard work to cope with greater universities-related site visitors.
CMCSS designs to first build a new middle college, citing this as the greatest need to curb overcrowding at Rossview and Northeast schools. The new middle faculty is to be followed by new Kirkwood elementary and superior educational institutions.
In other zoning instances Monday, county commissioners:
• Authorized the application of Oak Hill Estates from AG Agricultural District to E-1 One-Family members Estate District.
This rezoning encompasses 2.29 acres, located alongside the west frontage of condition Highway 48/13, 700 feet south of the 48/13 and Attaway Street intersection. The two the planning staff members and RPC had proposed approval.
• Accredited the software of Robert E. Morgan from AG Agricultural District to E-1 Solitary-Loved ones Estate District. This rezoning pertains to 12.7 acres on the west frontage of condition Freeway 48/13, 245 toes south of the 48/13 and Morgan Circle intersection. Both equally the planning personnel and RPC experienced advised approval.
• Accepted the software of Richard Davis from AG Agricultural District to C-2 Standard Business District. This rezoning is for 5 acres, on the south frontage of state Freeway 149, 450 feet west of the 149 and Ussery Road South intersection. The ask for was to accommodate a long term veterinarian healthcare facility. Both of those the organizing staff members and RPC advised acceptance.
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