Bridges and Holland Roads Property Rezone Headed To Planning Commission

August 24, 2008

By Kelly VanLeeuwen – Greenville News

A rezoning request to develop the unincorporated lot at Bridges and Holland roads will head to County Council soon.

Owners hope to rezone the three-acre property from single family-residential to neighborhood commercial and build a drugstore and retail office, according to plans.

A county public hearing on the request was held last week, with no recommendation given. County Council has held a first reading, and the Planning Commission will take up the request Wednesday.

The planning staff will give its recommendation to the commission at that meeting, which starts at 4:30 p.m. in Conference Room D at County Square, according to Skip Limbaker, a principal planner with the department.

Should the request move through the process without delay, it would go to the county Public Works, Planning and Development Committee at 5 p.m., Sept. 15, and then to County Council for second reading Oct. 7 and third reading Oct. 21, Limbaker said.

The lot, comprising three properties, is owned by longtime Mauldin developer Dewayne Rice, Phillip Wilson and Trans-Equipment Services Inc., which is a division of The Spinx Company Inc., which owns multiple gas stations in the Carolinas.

Plans call for two buildings on the site – a 14,750-square-foot drugstore and a 9,750-square-foot retail or office building, with 114 parking spaces, according to the county planning department.

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