Greenbrier Planning Commission approves rezoning

The Greenbrier City Planning Commission approved re-zoning property at 67 S. Broadview owned by Homebank of Arkansas from R1 to C2 (Commercial). One house was moved from that property and the other has been torn down. Homebank is looking toward 2015 when their present lease runs out and they want to have something built by then.

Nine acres between Homebank of Arkansas and Windstream were approved to re-zone from R-4 to C-2 also. Steve Giles, agent for the property owned by Greenbrier Farms LLC, said the request was made in order to conform with Greenbrier’s master plan of development in that area.

Final plat approval was given for approximately three acres of land just north of McDonald’s on Highway 65 to divide into two lots instead of one big parcel, each 1.8 acres and 1.25 acres. This area was originally called Midtown.

The Greenbrier Planning Commission meets the third Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the Municipal Building located on Wilson Farm Road.

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