A residence at 3751 Jim Moore Road, adjoining the Hamilton Mill subdivision in Dacula, could be converted to a personal care facility.
Buford-based Day Design Group Inc., on behalf of applicant Jeff Sutton, has filed a rezoning application and special use permit request with the Gwinnett County Department of Planning and Development. The applicant has requested the 6-acre property on Jim Moore Road be rezoned from residential to O-I (office-institutional). The existing home and detached garage will remain and another building will be constructed.
According to the rezoning application letter, the existing home and detached garage are 15,525 square feet. The proposed building would be 30,000 square feet for a total combined square footage of 45,525 square feet. The letter indicates the new building would not exceed 35 feet in height.
Access to the personal care facility would be off the existing drive and a total of 17 parking spaces would be added.
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The Gwinnett County Planning Commission hearing for the rezoning application (case number RZC2012-00011) and special use permit request (case number SUP2012-00042) is scheduled for July 3.
Dacula, which is part of Gwinnett County District 3, is represented on the planning commission by Chuck Warbington (email@example.com) and Teresa Cantrell (Teresa.Cantrell@gwinnettcounty.com). Other members of the planning commission are Lynn Thorndyke (Lynn.Thorndyke@gwinnettcounty.com), John Winters (John.Winters@gwinnettcounty.com), Matt Houser (Matt.Houser@gwinnettcounty.com), Omar Zaman (Omar.Zaman@gwinnettcounty.com), Clint Dixon (Clint.Dixon@gwinnettcounty.com), Tommy Hunter (Tommy.Hunter@gwinnettcounty.com) and Don Shillington (Don.Shillington@gwinnettcounty.com).
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