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Wednesday, April 05, 2006

10:05 PM

posted by HGN Secretary |

Action Alert: Hearing delayed


The developers have voluntarily deferred their hearing before the Planning Commision until after they have had a chance to meet with neighborhood residents.

The matter will go before the Planning Commission in approximately two weeks. A date and time for a meeting with the neighborhood will be set and a notice will be sent in the near future.

Thank you to everyone for letting your neighborhood board and your councilman how you feel about this development! We'll keep you up-to-date.

Please provide your input on proposed development at 4th & Monroe

The developers who have purchased the lot at 4th & Monroe are planning to build a 35-unit structure on the 1.6 acre site.

As reported in the Tennessean this morning, the developers will be presenting their request to change the zoning from IR (Industrial Restrictive) to SP (Specific Plan) at the Planning Commission meeting next Tuesday (April 11th, 4:00 PM). They have already presented their plans to the Metro Housing and Development Authority, who asked them to defer their requests until after the Planning Commission meeting.

The developers have not contacted the Neighborhood Association regarding their plans at this time.

As residents of Germantown, your opinions on whether this development is the kind that improves our neighborhood is very important. The board members strongly ask and recommend attendance at the Planning Commission meeting in order to send the strongest message regarding this development. Also, contacting our district Council member, Ludye Wallace, by email or letter, will make your voice heard.

Planning Commission Meeting:
Tuesday, April 11th, 4:00 PM
Howard School Office Building
700 Second Ave. S.

(615) 862-7190

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