The Grove City Planning Commission met Tuesday, Oct. 4, to review nine items placed on the agenda; two (2) Development Plans, three (3) Special Use Permits, one (1) Development Plan Text Amendment, one (1) Rezoning; one (1) Certificate of Appropriateness and one (1) Lot Split. Six (6) of the items received a unanimous recommendation of approval to City Council and three (3) were postponed to the next Planning Commission Meeting.
The six (6) items which received a recommendation of approval include:
Woodside at Holton Run presented a Development Plan to construct 56 ranch-style condominium homes and a community clubhouse to be located off of Demorest and Edgarton drives.
Home Depot presented a Development Plan Text Amendment which will alter the time period in which outdoor sales are permitted for the business located at 1680 Stringtown Road. This amendment would allow sales from seven days twice a year to any time from April through October.
Cultivate, located at 3989 Broadway, presented a Certificate of Appropriateness to allow for a sidewalk sign to be placed on the northeast corner of the building which will direct clients and guests to the entrance located in the rear.
A Lot Split located on the south side of Pinnacle Club Drive, east of McNulty, was presented which will divide an existing 1.3 acres into a 0.723-acre lot with a residual lot of 0.582 acres. The 0.723 acres will be deeded to the city for future park space.
The three (3) items which were postponed to the next Planning Commission meeting to be held Tuesday, Nov. 8, include:
Home Depot, located at 1680 Stringtown Road, presented a Special Use Permit to allow for the outdoor storage of Penske Trucks which will be provided on a rental basis.
For more information, or to learn about additional development projects in the community, visit the Development website or contact the Development Department at 614-277-3004.