By Amanda Loshbough
The Livingston Municipal Planning Commission met in regular session last Monday and moved forward with the process of rezoning properties located south of Central Park.
As previously mentioned in the Livingston Enterprise, at the Planning Commission’s March 22 meeting, the commission discussed rezoning multiple properties located south of Central Park from I-1 (Light Industrial) to C-2 (Central Business). Livingston Planner Tommy Lee stated he believed rezoning the properties would better benefit property owners by increasing each property’s marketability.
Affected property owners include: Mitchell Stewart, with property located at 205 Evans Street; James Holman, with property located at 313 South Church Street; Kevin Smith, with property located at 300 South Church Street; Twin Lakes Oil Company, with property located at 315 South Church Street; and Bobby Hurt, with property located on South Goodpasture Street. Additionally, three other properties owned by Livingston’s Downtown Revitalization Committee were up for rezoning consideration.
Since the March Planning Commission meeting, rezoning letters were delivered to affected property owners, and Codes Enforcement Officer Kristian Mansell personally spoke with all affected owners, with the exception of the City of Livingston. According to Mansell, he received positive feedback, with no owners opposing to rezoning.
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