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BOLIVIA—Members of the Brunswick County Planning Board at the regular meeting Monday night, heard the following items:
•Board members recommended rezoning several parcels that were tabled at the board’s Jan. 14 meeting. The five parcels board members recommend rezoning to low-density residential from commercial low density total 33 acres on Benton Road in Supply.
•At the request of the property owner, board members recommended rezoning five acres off River Road and Chapel Trail near Boiling Spring Lakes to conservation and protection from rural residential.
•Board members recommended rezoning one acre on Holden Beach Road near Shallotte to neighborhood commercial from medium-density residential. The applicant, who originally requested commercial low density, said he was OK with the lower density neighborhood commercial zone, which was recommended by the planning staff.
•Board members granted a special exception for an expansion of Richmond Hills planned unit development. Richmond Hills planned unit development is off Big Macedonia Road in Supply, and with the approved 18-lot expansion, it is proposed to include 154 single-family lots, with an overall density of 1.9 units per acre.
When questioned by board members about a traffic impact analysis, land planner Howard Capps said this expansion was the third phase of the project and was included in the first traffic impact analysis presented to board members when they approved the first phase of the planned unit development.
•A special exception request for an expansion of the First Tee Learning Center on Tarklin Court in Shallotte was tabled until the board’s March meeting.