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Meeting Date : July 8th 2010
Case Type: New Planned Unit Development Applications
William C. Hall / Trent Hall
1514 and 1520 West I-65 Service Road South (West side of West I-65 Service Road South, 860?± South of Cottage Hill Road). Planned Unit Development Approval to allow shared access, parking, and circulation between building sites. Council District 4
Case Type: New Planning Approval Applications
Alabama Power Company
South side of Airport Boulevard beginning at Providence Hospital extending along Milkhouse Creek to the North side of Grelot Road and extending to the East side of Cody Road. Planning Approval to allow a high voltage transmission line across a residential area. Council District 6
Case: ZON2009-01494 (Planned Unit Development)
Case Type: Extensions
Hill Forest Subdivision, Lot 1
1900 Shelton Beach Road Extension (East side of Shelton Beach Road, 1/2± mile North of Moffett Road). Planned Unit Development Approval to allow twelve multi-story apartment buildings having a total of 128 dwelling units, clubhouse, swimming pool, playground, picnic area and above ground detention pond on a single building site. Council District 1
Case Type: Other Business
Consider accepting an alternative method for traffic light syncronization than the fiber optic specified in the conditions of approval.
Case Type: New Subdivision Applications
Lighthouse Baptist Church Subdivision
6283, 6635 and 6337 Swedetown Road North (South side of Swedetown Road North, 175?± East Nan Gray Davis Road). Number of Lots / Acres: 1 Lot / 3.3± Acres Engineer / Surveyor: Frank A. Dagley & Associates, Inc. County
Case: SUB2010-00071 (Subdivision) ZON2010-01499 (Planned Unit Development)
Case Type: Group Applications
Mobile Infirmary Subdivision
1& 3 Mobile Infirmary Drive and 5 Mobile Infirmary Circle (West side of Mobile Infirmary Drive extending to the North terminus of Mobile Infirmary Circle). Number of Lots / Acres: 3 Lots / 31.9± Acres Engineer / Surveyor: Rester and Coleman Engineers, Inc. Planned Unit Development Approval to allow multiple buildings, shared access, maneuvering, and parking on a single building site. Council District 1
Case: SUB2010-00054 (Subdivision) ZON2010-00980 (Planned Unit Development)
Case Type: Holdovers
Checkers Hwy 90 W. Subdivision
5415 U. S. Highway 90 West (Northeast corner of U.S. Highway 90 West and Wiley Orr Road). Number of Lots / Acres: 1 Lot / .25± Acre Engineer / Surveyor: R. James Halsema Planned Unit Development Approval to allow two buildings on a single building site and shared access and parking. Council District 4
Case Type: Holdovers
Shilco Subdivision, Lot 1, Re-subdivision of Lot 1
2409 Schillinger Road (East side of Schillinger Road, 380?± North of Cottage Hill Road). Number of Lots / Acres: 1 Lot / 5.1± Acres Engineer / Surveyor: Frank A. Dagley & Associates, Inc. County
Case Type: Holdovers
5700 Willis Road (North side of Willis Road, 800?± West of U. S. Highway 90 West). Number of Lots / Acres: 2 Lots / 1.6± Acre Engineer / Surveyor: Polysurveying Engineering - Land Surveying Council District 4
Meeting Reports, Agendas and Minutes
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