Planning panel to examine proposed South Point Village TIF MondayOn Oct. 15, the City Council voted to create the South Point Village Planned Development District, a rezoning of the development.
By: Tom Lawrence, The Daily Republic
A proposed tax increment financing district will be reviewed by the Mitchell Planning and Zoning Commission today.
The TIF district is for the planned South Point Village. It is listed as No. 18 in the city’s TIF history, although at least one proposed development districts was never created.
On Oct. 15, the City Council voted to create the South Point Village Planned Development District, a rezoning of the development.
It is a special zoning that allows the development to “mix and match” zoning rules to make something that works best for it. There are other such developments in the city, including the new Mitchell Technical Institute campus.
The commission meets at noon at City Hall Council Chambers, 612 N. Main St.
In other business, the planners will:
• Hear an update on a sign ordinance.
• Discuss a rezoning of the corner of West Spruce Street and South Ohlman Street. The area, owned by Doug Kranz, is currently zoned urban development.
• Review a plan for AutoZone, 424 E. Havens Ave.
• Review a Conditional Use Permit for Olawa Rae-Bruhjell at 1111 S. Miller St.