Posted on 09 April 2013.
Elevation Church is proposing to make over the Palace Theater in Kenton Place for its eighth area church.
CORNELIUS – The Cornelius Planning Board meets Thursday, April 11, when the board is expected to take up two projects: Elevation Church‘s request for a rezoning that would allow it to use the old Palace Theater at Kenton Place, and the proposed Pender Pointe, a single-family home off John Connor Road in the Peninsula area.
NOTE: This meeting had been rescheduled to Tuesday, April 9, but it later was moved back to its original Thursday time.
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Posted in Planning board
Posted on 01 March 2013.
CORNELIUS – Developer Jake Palillo has withdrawn his request for a rezoning to build a 22-lot, 88-unit project called Bailey Forest, off Bailey Road extension east of W.A. Hough High School. The move came after Cornelius commissioners on Jan. 7 declined to take action on the request. Read the full story
Posted in home building, Planning and development
Posted on 26 February 2013.
Woodies Auto Service is proposed for Davidson Gateway Drive, at Peninsula Drive, near the Harris Teeter and Community School of Davidson.
By DAVID BORAKS
The Davidson Planning Board voted 8-1 Monday night to recommend eliminating the town’s Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance and to strike related language from the town rules. The board also voted against a rezoning for a proposed Woodies Auto Service shop at Peninsula and Davidson Gateway drives, near the Harris Teeter. Read the full story
Posted in Affordable housing, DAVIDSON, home building, Planning and development, Planning board
Posted on 25 February 2013.
By DAVID BORAKS
With the tide of court rulings now flowing against it, the town of Davidson is taking steps to eliminate its Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance, or APFO. The big change is among the items up for review at the Davidson Planning Board Monday night, Feb. 25.
The board also will review plans for a one-story auto repair shop at Davidson Commons East, off Griffith Street near the Harris Teeter and Community School of Davidson. The meeting begins at 6pm at Davidson Town Hall, 216 S. Main St., Davidson. Read the full story
Posted in DAVIDSON, Planning and development, Planning board
Posted on 29 January 2013.
Davidson’s Planning Board on Monday declined to endorse two zoning changes in the area off I-77 Exit 30. Board members voted 7-3 against supporting a proposed master plan for the Davidson Retirement Residence on Peninsula Drive, saying parking was inadequate. And they declined to recommend MSC Industrial Direct’s request for a large interior-lit sign on its headquarters off the interstate.
The votes, which are advisory only, came at the board’s monthly meeting at Town Hall. Both zoning requests now go to the Davidson Town Board, which has the final say. Read the full story
Posted in Planning and development, Planning board
Posted on 07 January 2013.
Developer Jake Palillo shows Cornelius comissioners a revised plan Monday. (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)
Cornelius commissioners put off a decision Monday on the proposed 22-lot, 88-unit Bailey Forest development off Bailey Road after developer Jake Palillo offered a new plan that reduced the number of multifamily units on the site. Read the full story
Posted in home building, Planning and development, Real estate market