Norcross Policy Work Session Tonight

Building homes on Thrasher Street, gateway signage and the downtown digital reader, and paving roads in the city of Norcross are among the topics of discussion for the Monday meeting.

The Norcross City Council will convene Monday, Nov. 19, for its monthly policy work session.

Taking place at 6:30 p.m. at Norcross City Hall, the meeting will discuss the following items:

  • Rezoning of an undeveloped parcel at 152 Thrasher St. The parcel is currently zoned as R-100 (single family residential) and the applicant has requested to change to RM-6, in support of a planned residential development built to single-family homes with common open space, similar to Seven Norcross and Wingo Street Cottages, and networking walking paths to Thrasher Street.
  • The gateway signage and downtown digital reader board agenda item, which combines the previous separate proposals of building digital signs at the intersections of Peachtree Industrial Boulevard and Holcomb Bridge Road, Buford Highway and Holcomb Bridge, and Jones Street and the railroad tracks in historic downtown. The council voted to table the issue until the November policy work session. 
  • The budget resolution for the 2013 fiscal year
  • The downtown resurfacing project, which proposes to address the streets that are in need of asphalt repair
  • A special-use permit for the business at 2360 Beaver Ruin Rd. The petitioner has requested to operate an automotive repair shop.
  • Rezoning of a parcel at 5750 Brook Hollow Parkway, from C-2 (commercial use) to M-1 (light industrial)
  • A special-use premit for a title pawn business at 5865 Jimmy Carter Blvd.
  • A special-use permit to operate a car wash business at 5345 Peachtree Industrial Blvd.

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See also:

  • Norcross City Council Split on Digital Reader Board
  • Should Norcross Replace its Reader Board With a Digital One?


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