Government across the United States took a break on Tuesday for the General Election. On Wednesday night, St. Peters goes back to work.
At 6:30 p.m. the St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission will meet at the St. Peters Justice Center for the November meeting. If the agenda is any indication, the meeting shouldn't take too long.
The commission has just eight items up for discussion on the November agenda. Five of the items are home occupation permit requests—four items of new business and one piece of old business.
The home occupation permit requests involved roofing, carpentry, remodeling, in-home healthcare and digital publishing.
The other three items up for debate are public hearings. The first is actually old business.
J.K. Commerce LLC is requesting an amended Commercial Planned District. The subject site is located on the east side of Jungermann Road, north of McClay Road, and is proposed to to be a facility for a fitness centers, massage therapy facilities, dance studios, and martial arts facilities.
Rockin’ Resale, LLC, c/o Sarah Lewis, is requesting a special use permit in the C-3 General Commercial District to allow the sale of used merchandise at 146 Jungermann Road. The subject site is located on the west side of Jungermann Road, north of Hospital Drive in Ward 1.
John Lorinc, doing business as Cost Cutter Auto Sales has requested an amendment to a C-3 Planned Urban Development (PUD) to an I-2 Planned Urban Development (PUD) to allow a mix of commercial and industrial uses as presently permitted in the PUD agreement in addition to the sale of new and used motor vehicles.