Biofuel plant amongst proposed industrial makes use of
A 123,450-square-foot improvement that includes a sawmill, lumberyard, wooden boiler and biofuel plant are proposed on 31 ½ acres at 4258 Cagle Mill Road in northeast Corridor County.
Cagle Street LLC is in search of a rezoning from agricultural-residential to heavy industrial for the event, which might run parallel to a railroad line.
The developer’s description of the mission exhibits a connection to the rail line by reestablishing an outdated rail spur, however “no documentation was supplied exhibiting that this connection has been authorised by the proprietor of the railroad,” in response to Corridor County planning paperwork.
“The request is just not per the (county’s) complete plan as a result of rural future land-use classification and current agricultural and residential improvement patterns alongside Cagle Street,” states the planning report.
Corridor County planning workers is recommending denial of the mission.
Contested automobile wash goes again earlier than board
A automobile wash and self-storage warehouse facility that drew opposition from neighboring residents on the June 7 planning board assembly returns to the board.
D. Barrett Funding Properties LLC’s mission could be on 5.7 acres at 3654 Thompson Bridge Road, subsequent to Lanier Village Estates.
The automobile wash could be a 5,152-square-foot constructing. A website plan exhibits a three-story, 63,300-square-foot self-storage facility on the rear of the property.
“Though not presently deliberate or proven on the positioning plan, applicant requests the choice and talent to assemble an out of doors storage facility for boats, leisure autos, and related objects on the again portion of (the property),” in response to Corridor County planning paperwork.
A number of residents spoke out towards the proposal on the June 7 assembly, citing considerations about safety, noise, lighting and visitors.
127 properties proposed at Corridor-Gwinnett line
The event could be on almost 60 acres, that includes two-story, three-bedroom properties with a worth vary of $325,000 to mid-$400,000, in response to a Corridor County planning report.
The subdivision would come with about 16 acres of open area.
Terri J. Chandler is in search of a rezoning from agricultural-residential to deliberate residential improvement to permit for the subdivision, which might be subsequent to Jones Creek subdivision, a neighborhood partly in Corridor and partly in Gwinnett.
Warehouse area geared towards automobile fans
The applicant, Trackside 53 Properties LLC, says “that the proposed use has not but been decided, however that there was curiosity from potential patrons for an workplace/warehouse facility in addition to a automobile membership,” in response to a Corridor County planning report.
“Being instantly throughout the road from Street Atlanta, our intention is to create workplace warehouse/ space for storing for hopefully high-end automobile fans,” stated David Purcell of Trackside 53 Properties in a letter to the county.
“I’m not a developer, simply a person attempting to ascertain a means of supplementing my retirement revenue and one thing to go alongside to my heirs,” Purcell stated.
Trackside is in search of to rezone the property from agricultural-residential to mild industrial to permit for the mission.