Planning Commission Meeting – “Cottages at Townes”

As most of you are aware, the applicant has asked to withdraw this item from the April 11 Planning Commission Meeting.    The appeal that was filed regarding the determination of completeness for the original application will be considered only if the withdrawal of the application is not accepted by commission.   See below.

A.    SD 13-52.   Application of Site Design, Inc. (Townes Street Land Trust, Owner) for a Land Development Permit (Major Subdivision – Preliminary Plat) pursuant to Section 19-2.3.13, Land Development , of the Greenville City Code for the reconfiguration of 11 properties including 210 and 212 Townes Street Extension .   The properties are zoned ‘R-6’, Single Family Residential , District, consist of approximately 2.17 acres of land along an undeveloped alley, and are proposed to be reconfigured into a total of ten (10) buildable lots along a new public street (TMS# 0178000503100 et al ) .   APPLICANT REQUESTS TO WITHDRAW THIS ITEM.
B.    A 13-87.   Appeal by Evelyn M. Angeletti on behalf of Stephen and Elise Mills, pursuant to Section 19-2.3.16, Appeals from Decisions and Interpretations of Administrator , and 19-2.2.6, Determination of Sufficiency , of the Greenville City Code regarding the Administrator’s determination of completeness for application SD 13-52 for a Land Development Permit.   THE APPEAL WILL BE CONSIDERED ONLY IF THE WITHDRAWAL OF SD 13-52 IS NOT ACCEPTED BY THE COMMISSION .
Thank you for your interest and support on this issue!    While this is good news…no one is naïve enough to think it’s over for good.   Thus, it would still be good to have a show of support at the April 11 meeting.   It will be held this Thursday, April 11, at 4pm in the first floor conference room at City Hall.  
Planning Commission Meeting – “Cottages at Townes”
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  • April 10, 2013 at 10:30 am

    Thank You for the update. Hopefully many of our North Main residents will be at the Planning Commission meeting on Thursday and will continue to show support for maintaining the character of our North Main Neighborhood.
    Those concerned with this development can find more information on the web site and WYFF has done several pieces as well.

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