The Grove City Planning Commission met Tuesday, December 4, 2018, to review eight (8) items on the agenda, one (1) Lot Split; one (1) Certificate of Appropriateness (HPA Sign Appeal); one (1) Plat; four (4) Development Plans; and one (1) Rezoning.
3615 Grant Avenue, which received a unanimous vote of approval, was a proposal to split one parcel into two separate lots, 0.220 acres and 0.275 acres.
Mill Street Market and Local Cantina Restaurant, received a unanimous recommendation of approval to City Council, to allow for the installation of signage exceeding the permitted square footage in the HPA and utilizing colors not found on the approved HPA color palette.
Autumn Grove Section 3, a plat proposal for the creation of 39 residential lots as well as the extension of Demorest Road, Limeberry Drive and Rishel Street, and creation of a new roadway, Chickasaw Drive (within the Autumn Grove Subdivision), received a unanimous recommendation of approval to City Council.
The following four (4) Development Plans also received a unanimous recommendation of approval to City Council:
Stringtown Road Animal Hospital was a proposal for an approximately 1,900 square foot building addition and parking lot expansion to the rear/north of the current building;
AutoZone Store No. 6121 was a proposal for the construction of an approximately 7,000 square foot retail auto parts business;
Schoedinger Funeral Home was a proposal for an approximately 13,000 square foot funeral home;
Arrowleaf Apartments was a proposal for the development of a 28-unit apartment building; and
Lastly, Farmstead received a unanimous recommendation of approval to City Council for a Zoning Upon Annexation, to zone approximately 206 acres to PUD-R (Planned Unit Development – Residential) upon its annexation in the City.
For more information, or to learn about additional development projects in the community, visit the Ongoing Development page or contact the Development Department at 614-277-3004.