The Commerce Planning Commission voted to recommend approval of a rezoning request that will allow Norcross Electric Supply (NES) to relocate to a larger building across Hwy. 334 from Ingles.
Meeting on Tuesday, May 28, the planners gave the thumbs-up to a request from Charles Mathis to rezone three tracts on Hwy. 334 comprising 16.4 acres from M-2 (manufacturing) to C-2 (commercial). Mathis has a contract to purchase the property, pending the successful rezoning, according to planning director David Zellner.
The city council will vote on the planning commission’s recommendation at its June 17 meeting at 6 p.m. in the Commerce Room of the Commerce Civic Center.
For the full story, see the June 5 edition of The Commerce News.