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County plans to consider site plan for new Zaxby’s | Local News

By July 30, 2021November 29th, 2021Site plan

The Spalding County Council of Commissioners will review Monday evening approval of a site development plan for a Zaxby restaurant on Moreland Road.

Plans call for the restaurant to be built on 3.74 acres at 101 Moreland Road, near the intersection of Moreland Road and Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway. The property, owned by West 3rd Street LLC, which uses a post office box in Madison, GA as its address, is located in a Zoning District C-1, Highway Commercial.

The council will meet at 6:00 p.m. on Monday in Room 108 of the Spalding County Courthouse Annex, 119 E. Solomon St., Griffin.

Plans call for two entrances to the restaurant on Moreland Road. One entrance would provide only a right turn entrance and exit, while the other entrance would be a “full access” entrance.

Community Development Department staff recommend approval of the plan.

Zaxby’s, based in Statesboro, has more than 900 locations in the United States, including one at 1504 W. McIntosh Road, Griffin.

In other cases

• Council will consider approving increased costs to upgrade the elevators at the Spalding County Courthouse. According to a document containing the meeting agenda, the budgeted amount for the project was $ 371,000. “TK Elevator Corporation’s asset management report was considerably higher than initially expected and the new estimate … rose to $ 471,301.19,” the document said.

• The board will consider a request from the Spalding County Water & Sewerage Facilities Authority to appoint a new member to replace longtime member David Lamb who has resigned with an entry date. effective June 30, 2021.

• Commissioners will consider an appointment to the Griffin-Spalding Land Bank Authority to replace Brett Hanes, who submitted his notice of resignation on July 8.

• The commissioners will step down from the table and consider a contract with FLO Analytics, based in Portland, Ore., For a proposed redistribution of the Council of Commissioners and Griffin-Spalding County Board of Education. The company provides demographic analysis and redistribution services. The cost of the contract is $ 24,730 and the cost would be split between the two boards.