Snellville City Council Agenda

The Community Garden Lease and a new RaceTrac on the corner of Oak and Highway 124 are on this week's agenda.

Snellville City Council will meet Oct. 22 for a regularly scheduled meeting at 7:30 p.m. at City Hall. A work session will be held at 6:30 p.m. 

Work Session Discussion Items:

  • Staff report - transfer of ownership of old public safety building to URA
  • Staff's opinion on foreclosed or vacant property registration
  • Sign ordinance - dates for specially called work session
  • Staff report - Summit Chase dam
  • Economic development commitment statement
  • Residency requirement for arts commissioners
  • Economic development update

Regular Business and Public Hearing, 7:30 p.m.

  • Invocation - Pastor Anton Rowe, Raymond Hill Missionary Baptist Church
  • Ceremonial matters - Snellville Farmers' Market
  • Evermore CID report with Jim Brooks
  • Snellville Tourism and Trade report with Kelly McAloon

Old Business

  • Second reading on consideration and action on applications by RaceTrac Petroleum, Inc. to amend the land use plan map from park/recreation and official zoning map from "neighborhood business" to "general business." Request for a conditional use permit and variances from the zoning ordinance and municipal code of Snellville for a convenience store with fuel pumps for the 2.21+ acres located in the 2200 block of Highway 124 at the corner of Oak Road and Highway 124.

New Business

  • Consideration and action on approval of community garden lease.
  • Consideration and action on resolution approving energy excise tax intergovernmental agreement and authorizing the Mayor to execute on behalf of the City.


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