Commission approves final plat for Cottage Grove
The final plat for the Cottage Grove, Section 1 addition was agreed to 5-0 by the Edmond Planning Commission this week.
Scott McGregor of the McGregor Family Trust plans to develop his property that is located on the east side of Midwest Boulevard, one-eighth mile north of Covell Road.
The first phase is zoned for single family, Schiermeyer said. Fifty-seven lots on 17.30 acres are included in the first phase, he said. Lot sizes average 7,800 square feet with homes measuring 2,000 square feet. Streets in the addition will be public, according to the plan.
The City Council will consider this item Feb. 14.
Preliminary plat approved for Summit III at Oak Tree
Edmond Planning Commissioners approved the preliminary plat for the Summit III at Oak Tree addition. The vote this week was 5-0 for the request made by Verde Land LLC.
“It fits in with the master plan of Oak Tree, which I guess goes back to 1974,” Schiermeyer said.
Summit III at Oak Tree is on the south side of Waterloo Road, just under one-quarter mile east of Kelly Avenue, Schiermeyer said. Oak View Road will provide access to private streets in the addition.
The lots are adjacent to the Oak Tree Country Club Golf Course to the south of the property. The lot sizes are about 15,600 square feet in size, Schiermeyer said.
“It’s a relatively small addition, 11.6 acres with 15 lots,” Schiermeyer said.
Private streets need to be reviewed by the City Council, he said. The item will come before the City Council Feb. 24, Moore said.
New church granted specific use permit
The Edmond Planning Commission agreed to a specific use permit request by Randy Barnett for tenant approval for the Riverside Church. This week’s vote was 5-0 for the church to occupy 2,100 square feet at the Kelly Centre Shopping Center.
This property is on the east side of Kelly Avenue, south of West Edmond Road. Schiermeyer said the church will be on the north end of the center.
City utilities and plenty of parking space is available for the maximum of 50 persons who will worship at Riverside Church, Schiermeyer said. Occupancy will be temporary.
“This is a three-year gig,” Moore said.
The City Council will consider the item Feb. 24.