The Bradley County Commission is set to discuss several items during its work session meeting today. Among them:
• Freedom Park, presented by Commissioner Erica Davis
• 2020 Census, presented by Commissioner Charlotte Peak
• Annual Trustee’s Report, presented by Commissioner Milan Blake
• Resolution to rezone from Forestry/Agricultural/Residential (FAR) district to General Commercial (C2), district property located at 6839 Georgetown Road N.W. — presented by Commissioner Thomas Crye.
The rezoning applicant is Randy Carver. The property’s current use is trucking company/scrap, and the proposed use is used car sales. The Bradley County Regional Planning Commission did not make a recommendation on this rezoning.
• Resolution to rezone from Rural Commercial (C1) district to General Industrial (I1) district property located at 1108 Lois St. S.E. — presented by Commissioner Thomas Crye.
The rezoning applicant is Jordan Fabricating, Inc. The property’s current and proposed use is fabrication of metal products. The Bradley County Regional Planning Commission recommended approval of this rezoning request.
In addition, the meeting’s agenda includes a report from County Mayor D. Gary Davis and reports from commissioners, as well as announcements and opportunities for anyone in the audience to bring items before the County Commission.
The invocation will be given by Neil Thomason, associate pastor of Living Word Church.
The Bradley County Commission meets at noon today in the County Commission Courtroom of the Courthouse.
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