The Foley Planning Commission will have two meetings this month, a work session on Oct. 12 at 5:30 p.m. and the regular session on Oct. 19 also at 5:30 p.m. Both meetings will be at city hall in council chambers.
During the meetings the commission will address:
A second one-year extension of phases two and three of the Rosewood Subdivision located on 36 acres east of County Road 65 and north of Arbor Walk Subdivision. Developers originally asked for a 167-lot subdivision on 64 acres in January of 2019 and sought an extension in December of 2020. Phase one was approved for 55 lots in May of 2021 using 27 acres. City staff recommends approval of the extension.
A request to approve keeping signs for the OWA Tropic Hideaway RV Park adjacent to the roundabout at Pride Drive and north of OWA Boulevard. OWA wants the sign to stay until the park is finished in the spring of 2023 and then the park will have to be permitted for a permanent sign. City staff recommends approval of the request.
A request for a one-year extension on the site plan for Element Townhomes on 35 acres south of County Road 20 and east of State Route 59. There are 420 housing units planned in the development and city staff recommends approval for the extension.
Two requests for site plan approval for Magnolia Walk East Phases one and two at the northeast corner of the Beach Express and County Road 20 on 18 acres with a 288-unit apartment complex in each phase. City staff recommends approval for the site plan.
A request to approve a minor subdivision of 9 acres into two lots located north of Keller Road and East of River Road in the Foley planning jurisdiction. City staff recommends approval of the request.
A request for Next to Last for rezoning 5 acres located south of Miflin Road and east of James Road from local business to RV park. It is adjacent to Luxury RV Park and would also be called Luxury RV Park and add about 40 RV sites. City staff recommends approval with conditions. All rezonings must also be approved by the Foley City Council.
A request from Hawthorne Investment to rezone 44 acres from extended business district to planned unit development located west of the Beach Express and north of Brinks Willis Road for 600 units of multi-family and mixed use. City staff recommends approval of the rezoning. All rezonings must also be approved by the Foley City Council.
A request to discuss the rezoning of property located north of East Azalea Avenue and west of South Juniper Street from single-family residential to planning unit development for a cottage project with up to 13 units. This item is for work session discussion only.