AAA Storage Neighborhood Compatibility Meeting
Wednesday, May 4, 2022
Projects subject to conditional rezoning must undergo a neighborhood compatibility meeting at which the developer and affected property owners and residents can participate in a discussion about the proposed rezoning.
The City of Hendersonville Community Development Department will hold a Neighborhood Compatibility Meeting on the AAA Storage Expansion Project at the City Operations Center located at 305 Williams Street Hendersonville, NC.
The City of Hendersonville is in receipt of an application for a conditional rezoning from Dennis Dorn of CD-Mat, LLC, applicant and Thomas and Sherry Thompson, property owners. The applicant is requesting to rezone the subject property, PIN 9579-75-6816 and located off at 780 Sugarloaf Road, from R-15, Medium Density Residential to PCD CZD, Planned Commercial Development Conditional Zoning District for the construction of a 49,692 sq. ft. storage unit expansion of an existing storage facility on approximately 2.48 acres.
A PDF of the concept plan is attached on the right side of the screen.
Participate in the Meeting
Please do not submit a public comment prior to the meeting if you plan to speak during the meeting.
To submit a public comment before the meeting:
To provide a written public comment before the meeting, fill out the public comment online form.
Pre-submitted comments must be provided by 9:00am on the day of the meeting or 8:00 am the day before the meeting if they contain photos or video. Additional details on virtual meeting participation are available at https://www.hendersonvillenc.gov/comment
- Individuals who are unable to submit their comments online may email their comments to Matthew Manley or call the Community Development Department at (828) 697-3010 to submit.
To participate during the meeting:
Meeting ID: 818 6411 4712
Join the meeting by phone: (646) 558-8656
In order to comment during the meeting, virtual participants should use the ‘raise hand’ feature or press *9 to raise hand if dialing in.
If you have any questions or need assistance submitting public comment, please call the Community Development Department at (828) 697-3010