Planning board grants approvals
Published 11:10 pm Thursday, January 27, 2011
The Troy City Planning Commission on Thursday approved proposals for subdivisions.
The first case, which was approved at Thursday’s meeting, consisted of a request for the final plat approval of the McClure Subdivision Plat located at 1850 Three Notch Street, which is on U.S. Hwy 29, east of Needmore Road, in an M-1: Light Industrial Zoning District.
Walt Stell, Environmental Precision Asst., LLC, representing Randolph McClure said the plat consists of two lots.
“Parcel one will be 16,018 square feet in area, and parcel two will be 20,040 square feet in area,” Stell said. “The plat as proposed is in compliance with the Zoning Ordinance and Subdivision Regulations.”
Stell also presented the second case, representing Marlom Hamm in requesting a preliminary plat approval of the resubdivision of The Ponds Phase II plat (as approved on Aug. 26, 2010). Located on the south side of County Road 2290 (1700 Block of the Henderson Highway) this is formerly the Lucianne H. Wiggins property located in an R-R: Reserved Residential Zoning District.
“The plat, as proposed, will create 60 patio home lots on three cul-de-sac streets off the Henderson Highway. Lots one through 34 will access between lots 12 and 13 and lots 35 through 60 will access between lot three and four of Phase I,” Stell said. “Patio Homes are permitted in an R-R Zone. Patio Homes Subdivisions require a minimum lot area of 6,000 square feet and a minimum frontage of 50 feet. The Zoning Ordinance also requires that all patio homes shall be developed on curbs and guttered streets and shall not be constructed without sanitary sewer being provided.”
The second case was approved.
Peter Ramsey, of Wheelless Development, LTD., presented a request for a final approval of a re-plat of blocks A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I of the Oak Park Subdivision, a Planned Unit Development, the Elba Highway (Hwy 87) in the 800 block, in an R-R: Reserved Residential Zoning District.
“The plat, as proposed, will change the side yard setbacks on the 90s lots from 10 to five feet in blocks A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I of the Oak Park Subdivision. No other changes are proposed at this time.”
The third case was approved.