03/28/14 Members of the Plymouth Plan Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals will meet Tuesday, April 1st at 7 p.m. in a different location. The regular meeting has been moved to the commissioner’s meeting room of the County Building on the 2nd floor. The meeting has been relocated to accommodate the anticipated crowd that will be on hand for the IMI/E&B Paving rezoning request. Their application for a zoning map amendment is for 30.0 acres of the current sand and gravel operation located at 10988 11th Road, at the intersection of US 31, from C-3 Corridor Commercial and R-1 Rural Residential to I-Industrial with written commitments to operate an asphalt plant and a concrete plant.
Neighbors from the two neighboring subdivisions have actively been gathering information and signatures to stop the rezoning. Many will be on hand to relay the facts and figures they have gathers to members of the Plymouth Plan Commission members in opposition to the request for an asphalt plant and concrete plant on the same property as the gravel pit.
Immediately following at 7:30 the Plymouth Board of Zoning Appeals will meet in the same room. They have two variance requests to consider. George J. Holzwart, Jr. has an application for a Variance of Development Standard to reduce the rear setback from the required twenty (20) feet to ten (10) feet at 439 Crimson Lane, Plymouth, an R2 Suburban Residential zoning district.
The second request is from Todd Reynolds and Socorro Moran who are seeking a Variance of Use to have a tattoo parlor at 212 North Michigan Street, in a C-2, Downtown Commercial zoning district.
Both meetings are open to the public for comments and questions and will be held in the second floor meeting room of the County Building on Tuesday beginning at 7 p.m.