The developer will bear the cost of that process. • The planners sent an “as-built” amendment to the Paris Commission that would apply to subdivision regulations. The amendment requires subdivision developers to provide an “as-built” approval from the designing engineer that certifies any drainage, grading or drainage features. The city will need to have two readings and a public hearing in connection with the amendment.
The ordinance amendment will be sent to the Paris Commission for further approval. City staff members had originally set the number at a maximum of 20, but the planners went even further, approving by voice vote a motion by John Etheridge to change the number to 10.
In other action Thursday: The city planners voted Thursday to amend the zoning ordinance dealing with sale, storage or recapping of tires. The change means no more than 10 tires, new or used, will be allowed to be stored outside the business’ building.
Several years ago, the property was a city park, then it was considered as an affordable housing site in a USDA program. However, the lot was never used for that, and the planners recommended it be listed as surplus property with the city, which would allow Kendley to buy it. • The planners agreed to a request from Deleon Kendley, who wants to buy a vacant lot next to 110 Wynn St. The lot is at the intersection of Wynn and Irvine streets.
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