Chapin One Step Closer to a Publix


The Town of Chapin Zoning Board of Appeals Thursday approved variances to allow two 30-foot-high signs — one on Amick’s Ferry Road and one on Chapin Road (US 76) for a proposed new shopping center, “Chapin Crossing”,  to be anchored by a Publix supermarket.

The Town’s Zoning Ordinance requires that multi-tenant identification signs may be no higher than eight feet. Members of the Appeals Board present for the meeting with the property developer were Jerry D. Shealy, Dennis Lamkin, Mike Sorrells and Crystal Campbell.

Architectural drawings of the proposed 24.5-acre development, prepared by LTC Associates, were presented, indicating plans for a 46,000-square foot Publix, 14,000 square-foot adjacent retail space, one two-acre outparcel fronting on Amick’s Ferry Road, one 1.58 acre outparcel on Chapin Road, one 1.3 acre outparcel surrounding the China Wok II restaurant and fronting on both Chapin Road and Lexington Avenue, a 1.1 acre outparcel fronting Lexington Avenue and a site for a future 11,500 square foot building.

Plans show entrances on Amick’s Ferry and Chapin Road, and two entrances from Lexington Avenue.


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