Two resolutions related to Tax Increment Financing (TIF) redevelopment areas will be up for approval during tonight’s Knox City Council meeting.Continue reading
Knox City Council members considered a recommendation to rezone a portion of city property from a General Commercial (C-2) Zone to a Heavy Industrial (M-2) Zone during their meeting Tuesday evening.Continue reading
When Knox City Council members meet tonight, they will be asked to consider a recommendation to rezone an area within the city limits from a General Commercial (C-2) to a Heavy Industrial (M-2) zone.Continue reading
The Knox Planning Commission decided to table talks about a piece of legislation related to the 2-mile jurisdiction surrounding the city when members met Tuesday evening.Continue reading
Knox Planning Commission members voted to hold a public hearing over a rezoning request on 250 E. when they met Tuesday evening.
Commission President Jim Strong reminded members that REMC is interested in installing a substation near the corner of 50 S. and 250 E. In order to do so, the company has to have a special use permit granted and the area would need to be rezoned from general commercial to heavy industrial.Continue reading
The Knox Planning Commission is scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. tonight in Knox City Hall.Continue reading
Knox City Council members considered at a recommendation from the Planning Commission when they met for the final meeting of 2018.
Planning Administrator Kenny Pfost explained that the recommendation had to do specifically with those who have a residential property in an area that is zoned as agricultural or general commercial.Continue reading
There is an open seat on the Knox Planning Commission.
Planning Commission members intended to approve an appointment during their meeting Tuesday night but since the individual who was up for approval also serves on the Hospital Board they were unable to fill the open position. Continue reading
As the Knox Planning Commission continued their discussion over amending the accessory building ordinance, members also considered what to do about residents who are currently in violation.
During their meeting Tuesday night, President Greg Matt mentioned there are a few residences that have structures that are violating existing rules, such as one that prohibits breaking the plane of the front of the house and another that deals with proximity to sidewalks. Continue reading
Knox Planning Commission members were informed about an upcoming Board of Zoning Appeals meeting when they met Tuesday night.
Planning Administrator Kenny Pfost stated that a notice of the meeting has been published and neighboring property owners have been notified.
The meeting is scheduled for Monday, May 14th at 7 p.m. in Knox City Hall. Property owner Tim Miller will be submitting a request for a variance on the rear-yard setback requirement since his site plan currently doesn’t meet the 40-foot requirement for commercial properties. Continue reading
A site plan from Traffic Control Specialists (TCS) was reviewed by the Knox Planning Commission when members met Tuesday night.
Engineer Lee Nagai served as a representative for TCS and went over the company’s plans to expand on their property. When asked what the company does, he informed members that they manufacture and perform maintenance on signs for multiple cities.
When discussing the site plan, he reiterated what was already presented to Knox Board of Works members last week; that officials are planning to build a 90×120 foot structure that will be placed behind their existing building on Pacific Avenue. Continue reading
Knox Planning Commission members will receive an update about a Pacific Avenue property when they meet in tonight in City Hall at 7 p.m.
Property owner Tim Miller has been in the process of completing all the necessary steps to construct a dual-purpose business on a plot at 409 West Pacific Avenue. Continue reading
A Knox business owner looking to build a dual-purpose structure will have to complete a few more steps before construction can commence at his Pacific Avenue property.
Owner of Royal Star Builders Tim Miller came before the Planning Commission Tuesday night in order to present his site plan for review. Miller intends to construct a building at 409 Pacific Avenue that will serve as a shop for his construction company and an office for his wife’s bio-medical feedback business. Continue reading
Knox Planning Commission members continued their discussion about the accessory building ordinance when they met Tuesday night. Continue reading
Four plots on West Pacific Avenue in Knox were rezoned from residential to commercial at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting.
The owner of Royal Star Builders Timothy Miller came before the Planning Commission in February with a request to rezone a property he purchased at 409 West Pacific Avenue. Miller plans to build a structure there that would serve a dual purpose. Continue reading
The Knox Planning Commission continued their discussion over the definition of accessory buildings when they met last week.
Plan Commission Attorney Martin Bedrock was absent from the meeting where members initially discussed accessory buildings and other storage structures. He asked them to recap their progress so far during last Tuesday’s meeting.
They shared that they’ve been distinguishing the difference between temporary and permanent structures. Continue reading
Knox Planning Commission members held a public hearing over a rezoning request when they met Tuesday night.
In February, Timothy Miller came before the commission requesting permission to rezone a piece of property on Pacific Avenue from residential to commercial. At Tuesday’s meeting, he reminded the members of the specifics related to his request. Continue reading
The Knox Planning Commission welcomed a new member during their meeting Tuesday night.
Mayor Dennis Estok appointed Jim Strong to the commission and he is filling Steve Dodge’s seat. His term will end on December 31st, 2019.
Commission President Greg Matt said that Strong resigned from the BZA to be on the Planning Commission, leaving a vacancy on that board. Mayor Estok explained that with Strong switching over to the Planning Commission, there are now two open seats on the Board of Zoning Appeals. Continue reading
At Tuesday night’s Knox Planning Commission meeting, members briefly mentioned the open positions that remain on the commission.
There are two openings, according to the City of Knox website. Planning Administrator Kenny Pfost stated that any interested individuals should contact the Mayor’s Office at 574-772-4553. Continue reading
The Knox Planning Commission members held a lengthy discussion over accessory buildings when they met Tuesday night.
Commission Vice President John Wilson said he found a definition for accessory buildings, stating that they are essentially any outdoor structure that is detached. He said none of the definitions he found specified whether or not they are considered permanent or non-permanent structures. Continue reading