The Grove City Planning Commission met Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2019, to review 12 items on the agenda; five Lot Splits, one Special Use Permit, one Development Plan Amendment, two Development Plans, one Plat and two Code Amendments.

Pinnacle Golf Club presented four Lot Splits. Lot Split #1 was to split a 0.619-acre piece of property into one .343-acre lot and one 0.276-acre lot; Lot Split #2 was to split a 0.041-acre piece of property off the golf course to the north; Lot Split #3 was to split another 0.041-acre piece of property off the golf course to the north; and Lot Split #4 was to split a 0-195-acre piece of property off Reserve Y.

Casino Property was a proposal to split 0.075 and 0.078 acres out of a 0.153-acre tract of land.

All five Lot Splits received a unanimous vote of approval.

The following five proposals each received a unanimous recommendation of approval to City Council:

Kiddie Academy presented a Special Use Permit to allow for the use of a daycare facility on an out-lot off Buckeye Parkway.

Becknell Industrial presented a Development Plan for the construction of a 207,700-square-foot industrial/warehouse/distribution building on 21.17 acres.

Beulah Park (Section 1) was a Plat for roadways, including both gateway to Southwest Boulevard and connections to Demorest Road, Lincoln Avenue and Columbus Street, as well as for 84 estate lots.

TriLink Storage was a proposal for the redevelopment of the site by demolishing an existing building and adding four new buildings for a self-storage business.

Tigerpoloy Manufacturing was a Development Plan for a 19,800-square-foot climate-controlled facility with two additional 12,000-square-foot storage buildings and a 600-square-foot front-office space.

Finally, two Code Amendments also received a recommendation of approval to City Council:

The first Code Amendment was to address discrepancies in the single-family residential garage requirements and the second was to include microblading and permanent makeup as permitted accessory uses with beauty and barbershops in the C-1 zoning district.

A special Planning Commission meeting was held Wednesday, Oct. 16 to discuss one item.

Farmstead (Section 1) was a Plat for phase 1 of this development and includes portions of seven roadways, six reserve areas and 47 lots. This item received a unanimous recommendation of approval to City Council.

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.