Bedford Plan Commission approves requests to move to the Board of Works

BEDFORD – During the Bedford Plan Commission meeting Tuesday afternoon, commission members voted to move two subdivisions forward to the Board of Works for final approval and took initial hearings for a Special Exception Permit.

The first subdivision brought before the commission was for Gene Riley, presented by Corey Allen of Bledsoe Riggert Cooper James Inc., who has requested a replat of his existing property so the land can be added to the properties located in the Broadview 5th Addition.

Plans for the extension of property for Gene Riley

Plan Commission chairman Byron Buker abstained from the vote as he is an adjourning property owner of the planned replot. The remaining commission members, excluding Angel Hawkins and Adam Chastain who were not present during the meeting, voted to move this request forward to the Board of Works.

A second request from Robert L. and Mellissa K. Ikerd was for a minor subdivision to combine three lots surrounding their property located off of Alder Ct. to form one lot, where their existing home is located. This request was approved and moved forward to the Board of Works for final approval.

Plans for Robert & Melissa Ikerd

The final item on the agenda was the preliminary hearing for Jeffrey and Kimberly Hauserperger who were requesting a Special Exception Permit to install a Type II manufactured home on 2106 24th Street. A special request needed to be made for the permit in the R-4 residential property. This request was approved and moved forward to the Bedford Board of Zoning Appeals, which will meet on December 28th at 3:00 p.m.

Planned location of the Type II Manufactured home for Jeffrey & Kimberly Hauserperger

Several residents who would be affected with the changes to the area were present, with no opposition to the requests.