The Greeneville Municipal Planning Commission meets this morning and will hear presentations on zoning conflicts/related issues as well as the impact and planning fees of adjoining cities.
The presentation regarding planning fees will be provided by the Building Inspector Alex Headrick, with the purpose to provide information to the Planning Commission. The commission would decide whether or not they desire to implement similar fees for the Town of Greeneville.
On the agenda is a request for the rezoning of a parcel of land on 824 East McKee Street. The request is to change the zoning to R-4 (High Density) Residential from R-1 (Low Density) Residential. This would allow residential homes or multi-family housing and also allow for mixed-use development that would include professional service office buildings. The rezoning gives the town potential to provide additional residential development properties.
Additionally, the commission will consider Preliminary and Final Approval for a site plan showing the construction of a 11,200 sq. ft. truck maintenance facility, located at the intersection of Old Stage Road and North Rufe Taylor Road. The facility will be a part of the Transport Technologies Recycling Facility.
The Planning Commission meets at 9:30 this morning in the G. Thomas Love Board Room at the Greeneville Energy Authority Building, located on 110 North College Street.