City of Lebanon Regular Called City Council Meeting

City of Lebanon Regular Called City Council Meeting

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Public Hearing prior to meeting at 5:55PM

1)To amend the Future Land Use Plan of the City of Lebanon, Tennessee, by changing 3370 Coles Ferry Pike from MDR (Medium Density Residential) to LDR (Low Density Residential) within the Urban Growth Boundary, by Paul Corder, Planning Director. (Request by Johnny Trice) (Tax Map 45, Parcel 12; approximately 22 acres) (Planning Commission recommended approval by a vote of 9-0 at their September 25, 2018 meeting) (Ordinance No. 18-5714)

2)Adopting a Plan of Services for the annexation at 3370 Coles Ferry Pike (Tax Map 45, part of Parcel 12; approximately 22 acres) to be added to Ward 1, by Paul Corder, Planning Director. (Request by Johnny Trice) (Planning Commission recommended approval by a vote of 9-0 at their September 25, 2018 meeting) (Resolution No. 18-2237)

3)Annexing property at 3370 Coles Ferry Pike, also identified as Tax Map 45, Parcel 12, containing 22 acres in the records of the Wilson County Assessor of Property to be added to Ward 1, by Paul Corder, Planning Director. (Request by Johnny Trice) (Planning Commissioner recommended approval by a vote of 9-0 at their September 25, 2018 meeting) (Resolution No. 18-2238)

4)To amend the Official Zoning Atlas of the City of Lebanon, Tennessee, by requesting zoning approval of 22 acres at 3370 Coles Ferry Pike (Tax Map 45, Parcel 12) to RS20 (Low Density Residential) to be added to Ward 1, by Paul Corder, Planning Director. (Request by Johnny Trice) (Planning Commission recommended approval by a vote of 9-0 at their September 25, 2018 meeting) (Ordinance No. 18-5715)

5)To amend the Future Land Use Plan of the City of Lebanon, Tennessee, by changing 1035 Maple Hill Road from LDR (Low Density Residential) to MDR (Medium Density Residential), by Paul Corder, Planning Director. (Request by Rick Hayes) (Tax Map 46, Parcel 9.08; approximately 12 acres) (Planning Commissioner recommended approval by a vote of 9-0 at their September 25, 2018 meeting) (Ordinance No. 18-5716)


6)To amend the Official Zoning Atlas of the City of Lebanon, Tennessee, by changing 1035 Maple Hill Road from RS20 (Low Density Residential) to RD9 (Medium Density Residential) in Ward 1, by Paul Corder, Planning Director. (Request by Rick Hayes) (Tax Map 46, Parcel 9.08; approximately 12 acres) (Planning Commission recommended approval by a vote of 9-0 at their September 25, 2018 meeting) (Ordinance No. 18-5717)

7)To amend the Future Land Use Plan of the City of Lebanon, Tennessee, by changing 803 East Baddour Parkway from HDR (High Density Residential) to C (Commercial) in Ward 2, by Paul Corder, Planning Director. (Request by A.C. Wharton Jr., Dr. Kenneth Wharton, Ruth Wharton, Mary Wharton Davis, Alan Lowe & Kayla Lowe) (Tax Map 67H, Group D, Parcel 24; approximately 1.2 acres) (Planning Commission recommended approval by a vote of 9-0 at their September 25, 2018 meeting) (Ordinance No. 18-5718)

8)To amend the Official Zoning Atlas of the City of Lebanon, Tennessee, by changing 803 East Baddour Parkway from R2 (High Density Residential District) to CG (Commercial General) in Ward 2, by Paul Corder, Planning Director. (Request by A.C. Wharton Jr., Dr. Kenneth Wharton, Ruth Wharton, Mary Wharton Davis, Alan Lowe & Kayla Lowe) (Tax Map 67H, Group D, Parcel 24; approximately 1.2 acres) (Planning Commission recommended approval by a vote of 9-0 at their September 25, 2018 meeting) (Ordinance No. 5719)

9)To amend the Official Zoning Atlas of the City of Lebanon, Tennessee, by changing 85 Bartons Creek from RR (Rural Residential Agricultural) to CN (Commercial Neighborhood) in Ward 3, by Paul Corder, Planning Director. (Request by David Lien) (Tax Map 81, Parcel 112; approximately 26 acres) (Planning Commission recommended approval by a vote of 9-0 at their September 25, 2018 meeting) (Ordinance No. 18-5720)

Tags: Government, Politics, City Council, Public Meeting




Event Details

Date: October 16, 2018
Time: 6:00pm -

Location:
Lebanon City Hall
200 North Castle Heights Ave
Lebanon, Tennessee 37087

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