CEDAR Point — Cedar Point commissioners voted 4- Tuesday night time to rezone an abandoned property, previously utilized as a wholesale seafood dealer, at 421 Freeway 24 to make way for a new enterprise.
The board acted all through its every month conference in town corridor off Sherwood Avenue. The motion adopted a community hearing, also in city hall, for the duration of the board’s do the job session Oct. 21. Town supervisor David Rief mentioned no just one opposed the rezoning during the general public hearing. The News-Occasions was unable to go to either assembly.
Mr. Rief said Wednesday it will even now consider a when prior to the Shellfish 2000 building can be demolished and operate can start off on the composition for the new small business.
“They continue to have to get a (unified development ordinance) text amendment and that has to go as a result of the organizing board” before it goes to the town commission for final approval, he said.
He expects it will go before the organizing board no later than December.
Cleve Contracting of Swansboro, executing business as Crystal Coast Marine Contracting, asked the town to rezone the .7-acre waterfront tract from B-1 (standard organization) to B-2 (marine organization).
In his rezoning application, Justin Kyle Cleve, president of Cleve Contracting, mentioned, “Rezoning will make it possible for our area marine construction corporation to establish an ignored piece of home.
“It has obtain to the White Oak River and around the several years has had restricted use. It will offer for our business although we restore (and) assemble docks, bulkheads and boat lifts.”
He added that his small business designs to obtain permits to demolish the current making and set up a 185-foot vinyl bulkhead and concrete dock. Crews would also amount and quality the location with development rock for parking and staging supplies.
“This home will be our display screen of item and products on Freeway 24,” Mr. Cleve stated. “The aim for this property is to supply maritime building companies on the White Oak River.”
In his rezoning application, Mr. Cleve stated the rezoning and his designs for the assets would advantage the town, in portion due to the fact the present house has not been taken care of correctly.
In addition, he explained, “natural dredging with everyday perform traffic” of the Dolphin Bay Estates channel would profit people of that space by supplying safer and much better accessibility to the White Oak River.
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