The City of Alachua Planning & Zoning Board will hold public hearings on five petitions to change the land use or zoning of three parcels. The meeting will be at 6:00 p.m. in the James A. Lewis Commission Chambers at City Hall (15100 NW 142nd Terrace, Alachua).
Two of the requests refer to a 121.1-acre property at the intersection of NW 43rd Street and US Hwy 441, where the property owner hopes to convert the land use from Agriculture and Commercial to a mix of Conservation, Moderate Density Residential, High Density Residential, and Commercial, with rezoning to two Planned Developments–one residential and one commercial.
Two of the requests refer to a 162.5-acre property at the intersection of NW 188th Street and US Hwy 441, where the property owners hope to convert the land use from Agriculture to a mix of Community Commercial, Low Density Residential, and Moderate Density Residential, with a rezoning to Planned Development-Residential and Community Commercial.
The fifth request refers to a 118-acre property north of NW 110th Avenue and east of NW CR 235, southeast of the Pilot Forest subdivision, where the property owner hopes to rezone from Agricultural to Planned Development-Residential.