Deannexation + 2 Valdosta cases, 2 Lowndes County cases @ GLPC 2021-07-26

A Valdosta deannexation and a Lowndes County rezoning case seem linked, although that is not obvious by the agenda for Monday’s Greater Lowndes County Planning Commission. See the next blog post for how.

[GLPC Agenda July 2021]
GLPC Agenda July 2021

Here is the agenda.

Greater Lowndes Planning Commission
~ Lowndes County ~ City of Valdosta ~ City of Dasher ~
~ City of Hahira ~ City of Lake Park ~ City of Remerton ~

Monday, July 19, 2021 5:30 P.M. Work Session
Monday, July 26, 2021 5:30 P.M. Regular Session
Lowndes County South Health District Administrative Office
325 West Savannah Avenue, Valdosta, Georgia

  1. Call to Order, Pledge, and Invocation
  2. Approval of the Meeting Minutes: June 28, 2021
  3. City of Valdosta Cases:

    FINAL ACTION by the City of Valdosta Mayor-Council, 216 E. Central Avenue,
    Valdosta Georgia, Valdosta City Hall, Council Chambers, 2nd Floor
    Thursday, August 5th, 2021, 5:30 p.m.
    Point of Contact: Matt Martin – Planning and Zoning Administrator (229) 259-3563

  4. CU-2021-03 SHJ Construction Group (3205 Inner Perimeter Road) CUP for a Car Wash and Quick Oil Change business in a C-C zoning district.
  5. VA-2021-15 SW North Valdosta LLC (3277 North Valdosta Road) Rezone 0.59 acres from R-15 to C-C
  6. VA-2021-16 Uvalde Land Co. (Cherry Creek — Withlacoochee River) Deannex 310 acres from the City of Valdosta
  7. Lowndes County Cases:

    FINAL ACTION by the Lowndes County Board of Commissioners, 327 N. Ashley Street
    Valdosta, Georgia, Lowndes County Judicial and Administrative Complex
    Commission Chambers, 2nd Floor, Tuesday, August 10th, 2021, 5:30 pm
    Point of Contact: JD Dillard, Director – Planning & Zoning, (229) 671-2430

  8. REZ-2021-12 US Hwy 84W (I-75 Industrial Park), Hwy 84W & Wetherington Lane, 0058 082, 282.05 ac., M-1/M-2/P-D to M-1/M-2/P-D (Amendment)
  9. REZ-2021-13 The Val Del Villas, Val Del Rd., 0072 061C, 28.4 ac., P-D to PD (Amendment)



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