The 4-0 vote to recommend the development for approval came with the condition that, if approved in December by the City Council, the property be designated to accommodate the higher density included in the rezoning request.
A Nov. 7 agenda item on clarifying an issue with the ordinance permitting the sale of alcoholic beverages at movie theaters came with questions from the Fayetteville City Council, but with no discussion on resolving the impasse in the ordinance language.
If local theaters get their way, you could soon have a drink while you take in a movie. Thursday night, Fayetteville City Council got their first look at a proposed change to City Code that would allow movie theaters to serve beer and wine.
A memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Walton Communities for the construction and maintenance of the public streets, landscaping and park areas to be located in the Walton Fayetteville mixed-use development, adjacent to the south side of the new City Center Park property, was approved on Nov. 7.
A request to rezone two parcels totaling 2.2 acres along North Jeff Davis Drive for commercial and residential uses was approved by unanimous vote on Nov. 7 by the Fayetteville City Council.
An Oct. 22 request by the developer of HearthSide Club Lafayette to establish 63 age-restricted (55 and older) rental cottage units along Ga. Highway 54 West at Lafayette Avenue near Fayette County High School was unanimously recommended for denial by the Fayetteville Planning and Zoning Commission.
Planning and Zoning Commission approves part of Walton Communities mixed-use development.
The Fayetteville City Council on Oct. 3 voted unanimously to apply for a grant that would fund a feasibility study on potential path projects that would link portions of the city’s schools, neighborhoods and parks.
The Fayetteville City Council on Sept. 19 adopted a resolution from the city’s Public Facilities Authority (PFA) for a supplemental bond that paves the way for the financing of the new City Hall and City Center Park projects.
A large group of elected officials and appointed officials from across Fayette County joined Fayetteville officials, builders and those from the community on Oct. 1 for the groundbreaking of the new City Hall and City Center Park located on Stonewall Avenue, one block from downtown.