A lot of people take it easy in December, however, the members of the Guilford County Planning Board will continue working hard for now since the board has several cases to hear at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 8.
That night, the board will hear three rezoning cases as it closes out the board’s 2021 business.
The meeting, which will take place at the NC Cooperative Extension-Agricultural Center at 3309 Burlington Road in Greensboro, will include public hearings and evidentiary hearings.
Those in attendance will be given a chance to speak at the meeting.
Here are the zoning cases that will be addressed:
- 38 acres of land near Crutchfield Farm Road between the Oak Ridge town limits on the west and I-73 on the east. The land is just north of the Alcorn Road right-of-way. The property, now zoned Agricultural (AG), is being considered for a Single-family Residential (RS-30) zoning designation.
- 20 acres at 1103, 1013 and 929 Bales Chapel Road in Jamestown along with other nearby property. The request calls for the land to be rezoned from Single-family Residential (RS-40) to Agricultural (AG).
- 166 acres of property at 709, 749, 725 and 729 Knox Road, property at 5441 and 5437 Marley Drive, and at 1074, 1076-1080, and 1036 Bloomfield Road.This is a proposed move from Planned Unit Development-Mixed Use (CZ-PDM) and Agricultural (AG), to Conditional Zoning – Light Industrial (CZ-LI). The proposed conditional Light Industrial use includes “All uses permitted within the LI zoning district, with the exception of: (1) Go-Cart Raceway; (2) Cemetery or Mausoleum; and (3) Construction or Demolition Debris Landfill.”