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A meeting of the City of Hendersonville City Council will be held on Thursday, August 3, at 5:45 p.m., in City Hall located at 145 Fifth Avenue East, to consider the following:
- Zoning Map Amendment – Application from Seth Cohen for a rezoning of parcel # 9578-50-4021 located on King Creek Boulevard from C-3SU, Highway Business Special Use to C-3, Highway Business. (File #P17-28-Z).
- Special Use Review – Application from Sugarloaf Hospitality, LLC for the Hendersonville Home 2 development located on Sugarloaf Road. The applicant proposes to construct a 66,000 square foot hotel with meeting space. The parcel is currently zoned PCD, Planned Commercial Development and will not require rezoning. (File #P17-22-SUR).
- Special Use Review – Application from Carolina Village, Inc., for the addition of the Clear Creek Cottages located on 600 Carolina Village Road. The applicant has submitted an application for a Special Use Permit to construct 54 dwelling units consisting of duplexes and six-plexes. The applicant is also proposing to rezone the property from R-15, Medium Density Residential to PRD, Planned Residential Development. (File #P17-18-SUR).
- Special Use Amendment – Application from Carolina Village Inc., for the addition of the Lakeside Apartments located on 600 Carolina Village Road. The applicant has submitted an application for a Special Use Permit Amendment to construct a 36 unit apartment building, a maintenance building and associated driveway and parking improvements on the current site of the Carolina Village development. (File #P17-19-SUR).
- Comprehensive Plan Amendment – Request to amend the Comprehensive Plan’s Future Use Map by changing the classification of the properties located on Highway 64 W., Brevard Road, including 47.15 acres, including Oak Terrance Lane and Crystal Drive, from Low Intensity Neighborhood to Medium Intensity Neighborhood.
All supplementary materials related to these agenda items are available for public inspection and review at the City Development Assistance Department, located at 100 N. King Street, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday.
All interested persons are invited to attend and participate.
Tammie K. Drake, MMC, City Clerk
Hendersonville Lightning: Publish 2 times: Wednesday, July 19, 2017, Wednesday, July 26, 2017