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The Cauthron Property - Another Development

2021SP-080-001 On Consent: No

COTHERN PROPERTY Public Hearing: Open

Council District 31 (John Rutherford)

Staff Reviewer: Logan Elliott

A request to rezone from AR2a to SP zoning for property located at 1465 Old Hickory Boulevard, at the southern terminus of Harris Hills Lane (81.38 acres), to permit 291 single family residential homes, requested by Anderson, Delk, Epps and Associates, applicant; Cameron Properties, owner.

Staff Recommendation: Defer to the December 9, 2021, Planning Commission meeting.

Click here to view the submitted plan: http://maps.nashville.gov/MPC/2021SP-080-001_plan.pdf

The link to the application can be found here:

It does appear the developer listened to some of our community concerns and does not intend on building any multi-family units and also designed it with a relatively generous amount of open space between Oak Highlands and Cauthron Property. However, it is noted that there does not appear to be a landscaping buffer between the communities.

We encourage feedback from the community to let us know your thoughts and concerns so we may have a unified voice.
Homeowners are encouraged to:

1. Post your opinions below

2. email Council Member John Rutherford, and the Planning Commission

3. Give Public Comment **The Planning Commission Rezoning hearing has been deferred to December 9, 2021**

The public can send comments to the Planning Commission for the items on an agenda in a variety of ways:

  • Email your comments by 3:00 p.m. the Tuesday before the meeting to the Planning Commissioners Inbox.
  • Call-in Live directly to the meeting. Please note that this phone number is only in service during the meeting, beginning at 4:00 p.m.
  • Tune into the meeting (instructions above).
  • Wait for the Chair to announce when your item is ready for live call in.
  • Dial 629-255-1901 and wait for operator assistance.
  • You will be asked if you are calling for the current case on hearing.
  • Mute your TV or live stream when it is your turn to speak.
  • If you send materials for display during your comment, there will be a delay on the live broadcast or stream. However, the Planning Commissioners will be able to see your materials in real time as you speak.
  • Once your testimony begins, you state your name, address, and whether you are for or against the case.
  • During your testimony, you will receive a 30-second warning.

Please note: In an effort to promote social distancing, no remote location will be available for the Planning Commission meeting.

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