The Natrona County Planning and Zoning Commission will consider permit requests for a tank farm and a telecommunications tower during its monthly meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the old courthouse, according to its agenda natrona.net.

The commission previously tabled a request for a conditional use permit for Thomas Petroleum LLC, development department director Jason Gutierrez said Monday.

Thomas Petroleum wants to allow bulk storage of flammable and combustible liquids in excess of 12,000 gallons at a proposed tank farm on five acres at 738 N. Robertson Road.

The commission, Gutierrez said, wanted to see more and larger drawings of the proposal.

The company has complied, he said.

Thomas Petroleum is a supplier of fuels, lubricants, frac fueling services, motor fuels, bio fuels, gas treatment chemical and oil field services.

The commission will hear a request for a conditional use permit from AT&T Mobility and land owner Glenn Bray to build and operate a 133.9-foot lattice telecommunications tower with a wind mill, antenna arrays, an equipment enclosure, and a security fence. The wireless telecommunications tower would be located on a 2,500-square-foot lot at 1430 W. Ormsby Road.

In another request, F.T. Investments LLC, the applicant, and the Vernon and Gloria Boyce Living Trust, the owner, have requested a zone change from the existing Urban Mixed Residential zoning district to a Light Industrial zoning district affecting a 30-acre tract at 2744 Salt Creek Highway.

Finally, the development department staff want the commission to consider a text amendment to the 2000 Natrona County Zoning Resolution regarding certain aspects of nonconforming land uses, Gutierrez said.

If the commission approves these requests, they will go before the full Natrona County Commission for final action at its June 3 meeting.