After much public opposition, Pooler’s Planning and Zoning Board on Monday recommended city council defer consideration of the rezoning of a property near the intersection of Sangrena Drive and U.S. 80.
Following a public hearing on the subject, Pooler City Council voted to approve a 36-foot height variance for a proposed 8-story hotel to be located near the southbound Interstate 95 offramp leading to U.S. 80.
In the 2019 election for Savannah’s six City Council seats representing specific aldermanic districts, a community activist scored an overwhelming victory, a pair of incumbents faced defeat, and one race will go to a runoff.
Pooler has voted to elect Rebecca Benton to the mayoral post.
The ballots have been counted, and four new council members now sit on Pooler’s six-seat council.
Pooler’s Planning and Zoning Board recommended approval of the 64-unit Westbrook Glen subdivision, part of the Savannah Quarters master plan on Monday.
Pooler’s Planning and Zoning Board recommended approval of a height variance for an 8-story hotel near the southbound Interstate 95 offramp leading to U.S. 80.
Pooler’s Planning and Zoning board on Monday recommended approval of the maintenance bond and final plat review for Drayton Park, a residential development in Savannah Quarters Phase 17.
Pooler Councilman Mike Royal is running to keep his spot on the council in the Nov. 5 municipal election.
Pooler business owner Steve Larson is running for Pooler mayor.