The Metro Council will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the David Scobey Council Chambers downtown, and there are a couple of rezoning items pertaining to Antioch on the agenda.
On second reading is ordinance BL2017-565, which pertains to the Century Farms development.
The ordinance establishes a participation agreement between Century Farms LLC and the Metro government to pay for phases PE-N and PE-D, which will cost $65,000 and $1,940,000 respectively. Century Farms LLC has agreed to pay for these phases.
The ordinance was introduced by Council Member Jacobia Dowell and several other council members. It passed first reading on January 17.
Council Member Fabian Bedne is introducing a zoning change for property at 1245 Barnes Road. The ordinance would change the property from AR2a zoning to RS20 zoning, shifting from agricultural use to residential use. This bill is on introduction and first reading.
The bill may be viewed here.
On third and final reading is a bill Dowell also introduced. It would change from RM20 (multi-family residential) to RS15 (single family residential) zoning for property located at Hickory Hollow Parkway (unnumbered), on the west side of Hickory Hollow Parkway, approximately 1,500 feet south of Mt. View Road (19.27 acres).
Read the details at this link.
Here is the full agenda for Tuesday’s meeting.