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Board to consider rezoning 135 acres



The Collierville Board of Mayor and Aldermen will consider an ordinance next week that would rezone slightly more than 135 acres in southeast Collierville for future development.
Board members will vote on second reading Tuesday night after a public hearing to rezone land north of Highway 385, south of Highway 72 and east of Byhalia Road from Forest Agriculture Residential to Restricted Industrial.
The property is divided into two parcels and is bisected by Nonconnah Creek.
Restricted Industrial zoning allows for research facilities, goods and materials processing, office and warehouse space and other light industrial uses.
There is currently no sewer or water access on the property, which is owned by the Cartwright Farms Partnership, but there are water and sewer lines in the immediate area.
The town also has future plans to run a new sewer line down Sycamore Road, west of the property.
Commerce Drive will be extended through the property.
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The board will also consider the final site plan for a two-story restaurant at 70 N. Main Street.
The 5,876-square-foot, 33-foot tall building will almost completely cover the .105-acre lot, which is on the east side of Main Street, adjacent to and north of the Norfolk-Southern Railroad.

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