THOMASVILLE -- People with something to say about the Summer Creek Cove residential housing project may have to wait another month or two to express their views publicly.
A hearing for the project was scheduled to occur during the Planning and Zoning Commission's upcoming Tuesday meeting. It has been postponed.
"The applicant's engineering plans weren't complete at this time -- in time for the meeting," Duane Treadon, zoning administrator for the City of Thomasville Planning Department, said.
Treadon said the applicant wanted to rezone parts of the property to allow the continuation of phases two and three of the project. The property is located off Remington Avenue near Clanton Street.
A new hearing date has not been definitively set.
Other agenda items will be heard at the Tuesday meeting.
An old business item that was tabled at the commission's last meeting involves a request to rezone properties at the S.B. Patterson Subdivision. The property has frontage on Pinetree Boulevard's southwest margin, and the request is to go from R-1A to R-1 Cluster Housing, according to Tuesday's agenda.
The item appears on the agenda as old business because it was tabled at the Sept. 7 meeting.
A new business item involves a request to rezone property at 207 Meadow Street from C-1 L.U. Professional Office to C-1. If the request is approved, the property would allow a day care center, according to the agenda.
The property is currently zoned so that the only commercial use allowed is for a general office.
Tuesday's meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. in Council Chambers inside the Municipal Building, located at 144 E. Jackson St. and is open to the public.
For more information, call Duane Treadon, zoning administrator for the City of Thomasville Planning Department, at 226-3306.
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