The Gloucester County Planning Commission will hold a public hearing at 7:30 p.m. next Thursday, Feb. 2, in the colonial courthouse on a rezoning application that would allow 20 apartments to be built adjacent to the Ladysmeade subdivision.
Charles W. Davis Jr. has applied to rezone approximately 5.4 acres from Suburban Countryside (SC-1) to Medium-density Multi-family (MF-1). The property is located in the York Magisterial District at the northwest corner of the intersection of Short Lane (Route 615) and T.C. Walker Road (Route 629).
An application indicates Davis wants to construct 20 apartment units on the site that are to be located in five buildings containing four units each. The MF-1 zoning district allows up to eight units per acre when on public water and sewer.
Current use of the property is a single-family dwelling with a detached garage, the application said.
Interested persons can review the application at the Gloucester County Planning Department in Gloucester Office ...
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