Macon’s zoning commission is expected to reconsider Monday an application that would allow a bowling center to be built in north Macon.
A conditional-use application has been filed for 4318 Sheraton Drive that would allow the bowling center in the planned development district.
The commission approved a similar proposal at the same location in January 2008.
The 44,280-square-foot proposed bowling alley, called Pin Strikes Bowling Center, would have 32 bowling lanes, a snack bar, bumper cars, laser tag, billiard tables and a party room, according to the commission’s staff report. Customer parking would provide 244 spaces.
The matter was discussed at the April 13 meeting, but it was deferred until Monday to give the applicant an opportunity to revise the site plan to include a second ingress/egress to the site or provide information from the county that the existing plan was appropriate.
The staff report states that an email from the county engineer’s office and the traffic engineer says that the singular drive is adequate.
In another matter, the commission is expected to consider a conditional-use application that would allow a bank at 1510 Bass Road.
According to information provided to the staff by Dan Wallace, an engineer with Triple Point Engineering Inc., a bank plans to build a two-story, 10,900-square-foot building on a 1.24 acre site on Bass Road at the entrance to Providence subdivision.
The letter states the office would be occupied by Fidelity Bank, a subsidiary of Atlanta-based Fidelity Southern Corp., which has banking offices in Georgia and Florida and an insurance office in Atlanta.
The meeting begins at 1:30 p.m. in the 10th floor conference room at the Willie C. Hill Government Center Annex, 682 Cherry St.
Other items on the agenda are:
3875 Walden Road: Conditional use to allow a church, A-Agricultural District. Mark Ramsingh, Believers Sanctuary, applicant.
CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS:
656 and 698 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.: Certificate of Appropriateness to allow partial demolition and reconfiguration of fence, CBD-2 District. Aderhold Properties Inc., applicant.
890 Second St.: Certificate of Appropriateness to allow erection of signage, CBD-2 District. Gary Morofka, applicant.
924 Ash St.: Certificate of Appropriateness to allow design approval of new single-family dwelling, HPD-BH District. Historic Macon, applicant.
932 Ash St.: Certificate of Appropriateness to allow design approval of new single-family dwelling, HPD-BH District. Historic Macon, applicant.
1304 Calhoun St.: Certificate of Appropriateness to allow design approval of new single-family dwelling, HPD-BH District. Historic Macon, applicant.
1311 Jackson St.: Certificate of Appropriateness to allow design approval of new single-family dwelling, HPD-BH District. Historic Macon, applicant.
1659 Linden Ave.: Certificate of Appropriateness to allow design approval of rear exterior modifications, HR-3 District. Frank Broome, applicant.
2455 Pio Nono Ave.: Variance in sign requirements to allow an EGD sign with distance requirements, C-2 District. Charity Harris, applicant.
993 Summit Ave.: In violation of Section 27.05 and 4.11 [A] of the Comprehensive Land Development Resolution with fence closer than 10 feet to the right of way and fence erected without obtaining a Certificate of Zoning Compliance. Sandra Humprey.
3858 Brenda Drive: In violation of Section 23.01  (j) of the Comprehensive Land Development Resolution with operating an illegal home occupation of towing/auto salvage business. Howard Carlton.
151 Madison St.: Variance in setback requirements, R-3 District. [15-20372]. Macon Charter Schools, applicant.
5400 Riverside Drive: Conditional use to allow window tinting service, PDE District. [15-20406]. Jim Stigliano; Bear Dealer Services LLC, applicant.
1081 Brookford Road: Variance in side yard requirements, R-1A District. [15-20433]. Overlook at Arkwright LLC, applicant.