Utilities Committee to meet
TROY — City council’s utilities committee will met at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday in council chambers. The committee will discuss a recommendation to authorize the city’s public service and safety director to advertise for bids and enter into a contract for four screw pumps to be replaced a the Waste Water Treatment Plant at a cost not to exceed $1.2 million.
Council as a whole will meet in the city hall basement conference room regarding the Hobart Arena project.
Planning Commission to reorganize
TROY — The city of Troy’s Planning Commission will meet at City Hall at 3:30 p.m. in council chambers to reorganize for the year. On the agenda is a Historic District Review for a wall mounted sign for 116 S. Market St., for Pachamama Market.
Several rezoning applications are also on the planning commission agenda:
• A final plat review for Nottingham subdivision Section Nine
• A rezoning application for two parcels located on Trade Square East for the Hobart Institute of Welding Technology.
The application is to rezone from R-4, single family residential zoning to M-2 Light Industrial District.
• A rezoning application for 15.431 acres located north of State Route 55, west of Barnhart Road and south of Fenner Road. The application is to rezone from M-2 Light Industrial District to R-7 Multiple Family Residential. The owner is the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. The applicant is Mid-Ohio Development Corporation. Commission will make a recommendation to Troy City Council.
The final item on the agenda is proposed amendments to the zoning code as presented by city staff. The amendments are related to accessory structures and set-back requirements.
Summerfield rescinds application
TROY — According to a letter to the city, the general manager, Judy Tomb of Summerfield Land Company, rescinded its application to amend the general plan for Stonebridge Meadows on Dec. 21. The application was part of city ordinance O-41-2015, which council suspended indefinitely on Jan. 4.