Atlantic City Council approves Commercial Development Prelim. Plat

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October 18th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

The Atlantic City Council, Wednesday, approved a preliminary plat for Namanny Commercial Development, on the city’s west side. City Administrator Doug Harris said the owners of the property plan to sub-divide the 7.86-acre parcel, which is zone as Light Industrial, into four lots.

Councilman Shaun Shouse, the Councils’ liaison to the P&Z Commission, said the Commission found no problems with the preliminary plat, as proposed, and had recommended the Council approve the plans. He said everything was in ordered that is required for a preliminary plat. There won’t be a lot of infrastructure changes involved in the process at this point, and, he said there are several people interested in developing the parcels when they are sold off.

The actual grading and drainage of the lots won’t happen until a site plan is created for the individual lots.