Planning and Zoning Commission Considers Subdivision Proposal
A local developer who wants to develop nearly 32 acres for a subdivsion west of Casper will present his case to the the Natrona County Planning and Zoning Commission at its meeting at 5:30 p.m. today in the old courthouse.
Keith Tyler of River Heights Development LLC, has asked the commission to change the zoning of land southeast of Robertson and Poison Spider roads from Light Industrial to Urban Mixed Residential, said Jason Gutierrez, county director development director.
The commission must approve the zoning change before it can consider Tyler’s second request, which is a preliminary plat of the 31.8 acres to create a 51-lot subdivision, Gutierrez said.
The subdivision would allow lots of different sizes depending on the availability of water and sewer, and/or the proximity to the Town of Mills, according to the meeting agenda and documents filed with the county’s development department.
The subdivision would not allow mobile homes. It would, however, allow for compatible neighborhood businesses, according to the documents.
The development department made some recommendations for the Planning and Zoning Commission to consider about water, sewer, environmental and some other matters.
The development department had not received any comments from the public about either the zone change or the proposed plat.
The Planning and Zoning Commission also will consider an amendment to the county’s zoning resolution that would address issues of nonconforming land uses, according to the agenda.