The St. Tammany Parish Zoning Fee has placed on maintain a rezoning request that was looked for the development of an condo complicated alongside Emerald Forest Boulevard south of Covington.
The fee on Tuesday (Dec. 5) postponed the case till April on the request of lawyer Paul Mayronne, who stated he was engaged on a brand new plan for the property, which is the on the south aspect of Emerald Forest, east of Falconer Drive. In an interview this week, Mayronne stated the brand new plan requires an assisted dwelling middle within the northwest portion of the property and single-household backyard houses to the east and south.
The small print are nonetheless being labored out, however Mayronne stated he hopes to have a brand new rezoning request submitted to parish authorities in time for the February assembly of the Zoning Fee. The potential modifications are too nice to easily amend the prevailing rezoning request, he stated.
The Zoning Fee heard the preliminary rezoning request Sept. 5, however postponed taking any motion.
The land is owned by the Prieto household, which had requested the fee to rezone the tract from A-three, suburban district, to A-6, a number of household residential, to permit for development of an condominium complicated.
Mayronne, who represents the property house owners, advised zoning commissioners that the Emerald Forest flats and Palmetto Greens condo houses exist already alongside Emerald Forest Drive.
Some householders within the space spoke in opposition to the request on the September fee assembly, citing considerations about an condominium complicated turning into run-down and hurting property values.
The developer of the Backyard Stroll subdivision, throughout Emerald Forest Boulevard from the location, additionally opposed the rezoning on comparable grounds.