The Macon-Bibb County Planning & Zoning Commission will review a certificate of appropriateness Monday that would allow the demolition of a home at 645 Arlington Place.
Plans to demolish the house were approved by the Design Review Board, but with a caveat.
After the board reviewed the application April 1, it recommended approval of the demolition, provided that the permit for the demolition will not be released until a development plan is submitted for review, according to the commission staff report.
But the applicant, John Losey, did not agree that the permit should be held until a plan was submitted, the staff report states, so the matter will be heard by the P&Z commission.
The applicant came before the commission in May 2012 for approval to demolish the home and build an eight-unit, multi-family complex on the site. But the commission wanted the Design Review Boards approval first.
The meeting begins at 1:30 p.m. in the 10th floor conference room, in the Willie C. Hill City Hall Annex, 682 Cherry St.
Other items on the agenda are:
2106 Old Clinton Road: Conditional use to allow timber harvest (clear cut), PDE District. Sandy Callaway, applicant.
3860 Bloomfield Drive: Conditional use to allow a proposed church, R-1A District. Adrian Harmon, Harmon Masonry & Construction Inc., applicant.
CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS:
476 Second St.: Certificate of Appropriateness to allow exterior modifications, CBD-1 District. Bob Brown; BTBB Inc., applicant.
250 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.: Certificate of Appropriateness to allow modifications to a parking lot, CBD-1 District. Mercer University; Dan Wallace Inc., applicant.
2713 Vineville Ave.: Interpretation of Section 21.03 and Section 24.07 of the Comprehensive Land Development Resolution to allow continued use of multi-family dwellings, HR-1 District. David Dozier, applicant.
5423 White House Plantation Road: Variance in side yard setback requirements to allow a building addition, PDR District. Tim Hemingway, applicant.
To contact writer Linda S. Morris, call 744-4223.