One sure sign that October is approaching? Halloween stores begin to make their way to the Planning and Zoning Commission.
A month after approving two special use permits for temporary Halloween stores, Planning and Zoning will be asked to decide on the fate of another temporary store Wednesday night. The temporary store is just one of the items on the agenda for the September meeting, which begins at 6:30 p.m. at the in St. Peters.
September's meeting will have the usual agenda of a Planning and Zoning meeting. The commission will vote on some home occupation permits, a site plan and some special use permits.
The commission will decide on seven home occupation requests—two old and five new. The businesses range from home improvement, to lawn care to crafts. All-Nu Exteriors, Inc., one of the old business requests, is on the agenda for the third time. If the business fails to show again, the commission has traditionally enacted the three strikes and you're out program meaning the business would have to start the process all over again.
Also on the agenda is a public hearing relating to Gardner Development LLC. Gardner was to change the zoning from C-3 General Commercial District to R-3 PUD for a multiple family development. Gardner Development plans to build affordable housing for seniors could be coming to St. Peters near the shopping center at Salt Lick Road and Interstate 70. The St. Peters Board of Aldermen .
The lone site plan at the meeting will be for , Station No. 2. The site is located on the north side of McMenamy Road, west of Mid Rivers Mall Drive.