A new Dollar General store may be headed to Riverside Drive near Hutchings College and Career Academy.
The discount retailer has filed a conditional-use application with the Macon-Bibb County Planning & Zoning Commission to allow the store at 2010 Riverside Drive at the intersection of Ingleside Avenue.
Plans call for the demolition of the existing vacant restaurant that was originally built for Shoney's. A new 9,100-square-foot Dollar General would be built on the 1.38-acre site, according to a report by the applicant, SW North Macon LLC. The property is zoned for commercial use.
The proposed building would be constructed of brick on four sides with parapets on the sides fronting Riverside Drive and Ingleside Avenue.
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The store is expected to bring 10-12 jobs and would be a neighborhood general store that serves the nearby community.
The application is on the agenda for Monday's commission meeting, which begins at 1:30 p.m. in the 10th floor conference room, Willie C. Hill Government Center Annex, 682 Cherry St.
Other items on the agenda are:
ITEMS DEFERRED FROM FEB. 8, MEETING:
7081 N. Peake Road: Conditional use to allow a professional office park, PDE District. Widner & Associates, applicant.
222 Mercer Junction: Conditional use to allow new construction with building additions/expansion of existing temple, PDE District. Shree Swaminarayan, applicant.
117 Orange St.: Conditional use to allow a group personal care home for children, C-2 District. Ken Shields, KWS Properties, applicant.
3910 S. Walden Road: Conditional use to allow pet boarding in an existing building, A-Agricultural District. Thomas Hulett, applicant.
3031 Vineville Ave.: Conditional use to allow a U-haul rental at an existing tire shop, C-2 District. Ricky Hernandez, applicant.
CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS:
777 Walnut St.: Certificate of Appropriateness to allow exterior modifications which include signage, CBD-2 District. Shannon Fickling, applicant.
379 New St.: Certificate of Appropriateness to allow design approval to convert an existing open porch to a screen porch, HC-District. James Shirley Griffin, Ben Griffin, applicant.
2930 Vineville Ave.: Certificate of Appropriateness to allow design approval of a privacy fence, HR-3 District. Jennifer Stiles, applicant.
314-318 Second St.: Certificate of Appropriateness to allow design approval of exterior renovations to existing store fronts and rear building addition, CBD-1 District. Leonard Hindsman Jr., applicant.
685 Arlington Place: Certificate of Appropriateness to allow design approval of parking lot, additional driveway location, and fence, HR-3 District. Michael Robinson, applicant.
152 Buford Place: Variance in side and rear setback requirements to allow accessory structure (garage), HR-1 District. Jim Stallings, applicant.
592 Second St.: In violation of Section 27.08 of the Comprehensive Land Development Resolution with failure to comply with conditions of Permit 00-2637, CBD-1 District. Danny Tavakol.
311 Tivoli Court: Variance in setback requirements to allow a fence, (16-20167/16-20168) PDR District. Al Durden, Custom Homes of Macon, applicant.
312 Tivoli Court: Variance in setback requirements to allow a fence, (16-20159/16-20162) PDR District. Al Durden, Custom Homes of Macon, applicant.
316 Tivoli Court: Variance in setback requirements to allow a fence, (16-20165/16-20166) PDR District. Al Durden, Custom Homes of Macon, applicant.
210 Oberon Lane: Variance in setback requirements of an existing structure (Single-Family Dwelling), (16-20222) R-1AAA District. Tim Thompson, applicant.