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Plan Commission Approves Three Subdivisions, Service Station

Last updated on Wednesday, May 15, 2019

(BEDFORD) - The Bedford Plan Commission approved three subdivisions on Tuesday afternoon.

Cory Allen with BRCJ, was on hand to provide information on all three projects.

The first minor subdivision was applied for by Gary Ray at 1612 Central Avenue. He wants to split one lot, 160 feet by 68 feet into two parcels one 90 feet by 80 feet and the other 70 feet by 68 feet.

No one opposed the proposal, and the commission approved it. The request now must be approved by the Board of Works.

The second subdivision approved was requested by Regency Properties at 3315 and 3313 16th Street. The Subway Shop and Verizon Dealer want to subdivide this building into two businesses from the other Regency Properties.

No one opposed the proposal, and the commission approved it. The request now must be approved by the Board of Works.

Jay Fiddler, for Broadview North Subdivision, requested to expand the subdivision at Oakridge and Morgan drives located off of 27th Street. Six more lots will be added to the existing subdivision.

There will be no sidewalks in this development. He must maintain a $10,000 bond; however, to ensure streets meet the proper specifications.

Once completed the subdivision must pass final approval and city officials must sign off on the project.

Tai Hubbard appeared before the Plan Commission to propose the construction of a gas station and convenience store at the current KATS Performing Arts Building at 824 Lincoln Avenue.

Brian and Kathy Thompson currently own the property. The property is presently zoned Industrial 2, but because it will be a gas station a special exemption must be filed.

The current building will be torn down and a new one constructed.

No one was opposed to the project. It was approved and now with a recommendation, go to the Zoning Board for approval.

Plan Commissioner Dan Kirk also updated the other members of other projects going on in the city:

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