BY LAUREN HENRY
The Greeneville Regional Planning Commission on Tuesday granted preliminary and final plat approval to the Rassie Norton property, subject to Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) approval, during a brief meeting in the G. Thomas Love Board Room.
The property is located on the Old Asheville Highway between Jones Hill Road and Blue Jay Road. The 26.42 acres will be subdivided into 16 lots.
Ronda Sawyer, planner with the First Tennessee Development District, said TDEC is backlogged with plat approvals and there should be no problem with the plat.
The land is county land but falls in the Greeneville planning region. The plat must meet county zoning requirements as well as town subdivision regulations.
The commission also recognized adminstrative plat approvals.
On Aug. 2, administration approved the Division of Property Survey for Wayne Moore, located adjacent to West Vann Road. It is identified by the Greene County Property Assessor as Tax Map 110G, Group A, Parcels 013.00 and 014.00.
The reason for the plat is to move internal lot lines, creating two lots with a total of 1.035 acres.
The board also reviewed the administrative plat approval granted on Sept. 5 of the Redivision of Lots 5 and 16 and the remainder of Lots 6 and 15 of Morgan Farm, located adjacent to Morgan Road and Planters.
It is identified by the Greene County Property Assessor as Tax Map 088G, Group A, Parcels 005.00, 006.00, 015.00 and 016.00.
The reason for the plat is to increase lot size, creating two lots with a total of 1.77 acres.