Approval was given to each of the requests that were topics of public hearings last evening at the Trenton City Hall.
Two of the requests, with a favorable recommendation from the Planning and Zoning Commission, advance to Monday nights’ meeting of the Trenton City Council.
The Sewell Agency of Chillicothe is seeking a conditional use permit to allow a display of goods outside a building at 1039 Oklahoma Avenue. The building under construction is to be an insurance office. The agency is affiliated with Sewell Auction.
Lonnie Sewell and Ryan Ferguson attended the hearing on behalf of the business.
Jack and Lucinda Guthrie were present when the planning and zoning commission recommended approval of their request to revise the original plat of Riverside Drive subdivision. Basically, it reduces the six lots to four by making two of them larger.
Barry Chenoweth represented David Anderson during a hearing last evening before the Trenton board of adjustments. Members approved the request for a 12-foot variance from the side yard setback requirement to allow Anderson to have a two-car garage at 116 Country Club Place in Trenton. No further action is required on the request for a variance.