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On Monday, May 22, the Planning Commission reviewed a Plan Development Concept application for approximately 74 acres adjacent to Wilkes Lane and Amanda North Elementary School. The concept plan proposes 140 Townhomes and 92 single-family homes, as well as a future road network, parks, trails, and a proposal to rezone the property from Agriculture to Plan Development with a base zoning of R-5.
A Plan Development Concept (PDC) is the first step in a joint rezoning and plan development application. PDC applications at this stage in the review process are non-voting items. No decision on the proposed plan for these 74 acres was made on May 22.
The intent of the PDC process is to confirm water/sewer availability and to receive general input from staff, Planning Commission, and the public if they elect to attend or submit comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The next step after a PDC application is the potential submittal of a full Preliminary Plan Development (PDP) and rezone request, if the applicant elects to proceed. If a PDP application is submitted, it will need to meet the requirements established by Article 13.5 of the Spring Hill Unified Development Code. The application will then be reviewed by the Planning Commission and the Planning Commission will forward the application to the Board of Mayor and Aldermen with a recommendation to deny or approve the request.
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Ultimately, the decision to approve the zoning and the plan development request will be at the discretion of BOMA.
This entire process takes a minimum of three months, and there are multiple opportunities for the public to participate.
Additionally, advertisements are placed in both Williamson and Maury County newspapers, adjacent properties are notified, and signs are posted. This notification process is state mandated and does not occur until an application for PDP and rezoning is submitted.