A proposed development that's become a point of contention between Cherokee County and Holly Springs will come up for a vote tonight.
The Holly Springs City Council will meet tonight and will consider WellStar Health System's requested the city rezone 62 acres at the southwest corner of Sixes Road at Interstate 575 from general commercial and mixed use to entirely general commercial.
WellStar has also requested to obtain a conditional use permit to operate an institution similar to a hospital and a hospice facility or personal care home.
The meeting will start at 7 p.m. at the Holly Springs Municipal Court chambers.
If approved, WellStar would like to build the health park first and follow up with a hospital within the next seven to 10 years. The hospice would be built based upon future customer or service demand.
The council also has a work session at 6:30 p.m. which it will discuss future floodplain mapping project bids, a stormwater maintenance agreement with Walmart, a maintenance bond issue for Stoney Creek and a possible dumpster pad at City Hall.
During the meeting, the council will also consider approving or denying a request to annex and rezone 2.04 acres 3095 Marble Quarry Road from office & institutional in Cherokee County to general commercial.
The Planning and Zoning Commission last month recommended approval to annex the property, but recommended denial to rezone the property, which the applicant wants to use for a grocery store.
See the attached .PDF to view what else is on the agenda.