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Greenbrier: Rowlett, Shock take new roles in Planning Commission

Posted: January 27, 2014 - 2:31pm

By unanimous vote of the City Planning Commission, Tim Rowlett is the new chairman and Ronnie Shock takes the vice-chairman seat for 2014. The Commission also approved keeping the same calendar schedule as last year.

The site plan for the Greenvalley Addition (alias the new Walmart Neighborhood Market) was approved after they made minor additions to their previous plan by adding curbing, trees and shrubs. Engineer for the project, Tom Burry, stated they have worked out access for drainage with their neighbor Windstream.

Their 41,117-square-foot building is scheduled for completion sometime before August.

Boss Hogg BBQ, represented by Cynthia Ellington and Carl Rogers, was granted a special use permit to open five days per week for their self-contained trailer at 116 S. Broadview.

Tim Bass, representing a request for a special use permit for 9 Dickens St., was not present, so the Commission did not act on his request to re-zone for multi-family apartments for the elderly. They voted to table his request until next month.

The Greenbrier City Planning Commission meets the third Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m., in City Hall on Wilson Farm Road.

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