The Mayor and City Council met twice in May, holding public hearings on four land use cases.
The first case dealt with a rezoning petition that would allow 15 single-family homes along Cooledge Road between Sarahs Lane and Mary Anna Drive. After a first read on May 13, the developer asked for a deferral of the second read and vote. The same happened for a proposed furniture distribution warehouse on Sarr Parkway. Both those cases are scheduled to come back at the June 27 City Council meeting.
On May 29, Council voted 6-0 to approve a special land use permit (SLUP) for the purpose of formally allowing Warrior Body Spa to relocate to 2298 Brockett Road. Council also agreed to grant a SLUP for a mixed-use, 245-unit multi-family development on Northlake Parkway.
The next City Council meeting is scheduled for Monday June 11 at 7 p.m. at the City Hall Annex (4228 First Avenue).