Planning commission to review application for new store in former Fred’s

Staff reportAugust 24, 2013 

The Macon-Bibb County Planning & Zoning Commission will review an application for a store in the former Fred’s store location, 6109 Houston Road.

The new store, Yazoo Trading Co., sells hardware, auto parts and pet supplies and is situated on a 2.3-acre tract.

P&Z staff has recommended ratification of the application.

The commission’s meeting is 1:30 p.m. Monday in the 10th floor conference room, Willie C. Hill City Hall Annex, 682 Cherry St., Macon.

Other items on the commission’s agenda are:


3752 Eisenhower Parkway: Conditional use to allow a church in an existing building, C-2 District. Dianna Hollins/The House of Shekinah Glory, applicant.


291 Buford Place: Design approval of a deck addition, HR-1 District. Erik Spell, applicant.

265 Orange St.: Design approval of a staircase, HR-3 District. Expert Renovation Services, applicant.

866 Second St.: Demolition of a structure and design approval of a proposed building, CBD-2 District. WMA Architects, applicant.

318 Calloway Drive: Design approval of an accessory building, HR-1 District. Brian Granger/Old Tradition Builders, applicant.

315 College St.: Exterior modifications, HPD District. Dunwody/Beeland Architects, applicants.


348 Carillon Lane: To allow a fence, PDE District. John Moretto, applicant.


108 Avondale Mill Road: Freestanding signs, M-2 District. First Quality Baby Products, applicant.

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