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Wilson County News February 13, 2013 | 1,429 views | 2 comments
FLORESVILLE -- The city of Floresville is a step closer to McCoy’s Building Supply opening its doors, after Loomis Partners, representing the McCoy Corp., filed a formal request with the Floresville Planning and Zoning Commission for voluntary annexation of the 15.466 acres of property on U.S. 181 north of Floresville.
According to the letter, the final plat for the property, proposed as the McCoy Floresville Subdivision, was formally submitted Jan. 17.
The voluntary annexation of the McCoy development was unanimously approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission during a Feb. 6 meeting.
Also during the meeting, the Planning and Zoning Commission approved for presentation to the Floresville City Council an updated version of the “Professional Planning Services Agreement” by Stewart Planning and Consulting for a land-use plan.
The city of Floresville’s 10-year master plan charges the Planning and Zoning Commission with development of a land-use plan to be implemented by the city.
The Floresville City Council recently passed a moratorium on all special-use permits, in effect for 18 months, to allow the Planning and Zoning Commission time to formulate the land-use plan.
In attendance: Cyndi Nichols with the Permits Office, and board members Philip Vipond, Teddi Harllee, Jim Lawhon, and Ray Lamberth.