Columbus' Planning Advisory Commission will consider two rezonings, one special exception and two proposed development overlay districts when it meets next week, the city says.
On the commission's agenda next Wednesday is Wade Jordan's request to rezone .14 acres at 2004 Sixth Ave. from residential multi-family to residential office, and Jordan's request to rezone about half an acre at 5064 Warm Springs Road from single-family residential to residential-office.
The special exception request comes from William Edwards, who requests a day-care at 600 Second Ave. in the downtown Historic District.
The overlay districts, which regulate the development or redevelopment of property along major traffic corridors, will cover Veterans Parkway from Moon Road and Williams Road to the Harris County line, Victory Drive from the Chattahoochee River to Interstate 185, South Lumpkin Road and Fort Benning Road from Victory Drive south to the Fort Benning border.
The commission meets at 9 a.m. in the Columbus Council chambers on the Government Center's plaza level. For more information, call 706-653-4116.