By RACHAEL LONG
As the Town of Nolensville continues to grow, it’s Planning Commission is busy at work managing that growth.
The commission’s first meeting of the year will be held at Town Hall at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 8.
New commission officers for the year will be selected after the citizen comment period of the meeting.
On the agenda are several bond actions, including the extension of two maintenance bonds for Bent Creek Phase 11, the extension of a performance bond for the Wheeler Subdivision and the establishment of a performance bond for phase two of the Nolen Mill Subdivision.
The commission will hear the plans for four agenda items: the Newsom Lane Final Plat, the final plat revision for Benington II Section 3, the preliminary plat/final Planned Unit Development for Scales Farmstead Phase 3, and the rezoning and concept Planned Unit Development for Brittain Downs East.
The commission will also hear a report on the first Board of Mayor and Alderman meeting of the year. The meeting, which lasted more than three hours, featured a lengthy discussion of the rezoning and proposed master concept and planned unit development for the Parman Henry property. The board exercised its right to oversee the development and unanimously approved a motion to approve the concept plan with six new conditions.
The commission will wrap up its meeting with a bond report. It will not meet again until Feb. 12 at 7 p.m.