Traffic study posted for proposed Pleasant Valley Preserve; DOT confirms interchanges at Chulo, Pleasant Valley off Bypass extension. ‘Live’ coverage of tonight’s Rome City Commission meeting — and where to watch city’s live feed.

Traffic study posted for proposed Pleasant Valley Preserve; DOT confirms interchanges at Chulo, Pleasant Valley off Bypass extension. ‘Live’ coverage of tonight’s Rome City Commission meeting — and where to watch city’s live feed.

 

 

This map is part of the Pleasant Valley Preserve traffic study submitted to the city of Rome for consideration at Monday night’s commission meeting. Hometown added the red Bypass intersection details following confirmation from Georgia DOT. The area in black represents the propoed 1,0180-home Pleasant Valley Preserve community.

 

Updates:

  • We’re planning live coverage of the meeting. You also can view the meeting here starting at 6:30 p.m.
  • The traffic study by the developers of Pleasant Valley Preserve has been submitted to the city of Rome for consideration tonight at the City Commission meeting. The study included ample references to the planned southeast section of the Bypass starting at U.S. 411 and the end fo the current highway. Per spokesman Joe Schulman:

    “There are intersections proposed at both Chulio Road and Pleasant Valley Road with the Southeast Rome Bypass.   Construction gunding is currently in FY 2025 for the Southeast Rome bypass. Read traffic report here.

Some of the retail and residential proposed for North Five Avenue. The project comes before the Rome City Commission for a vote on Monday night.

 

This should be a memorable night for the Rome City Commission as multiple “story lines” as ESPN labels topics are on the agenda for potential final consideration. What’s on tape for the 5 p.m. caucus and 6:30 p.m. regular meeting:

  • A vote on the proposed residential/retail project at the point of Martha Berry and North Fifth Avenue.
  • More then 1,000 single-family homes proposed off Chulio and Pleasant Valley roads.
  • Extending or even making permanent the open container test in downtown Rome.
  • Approving the city’s portion of the Rome-Floyd Development Authority’s purchase of the former Northwest Regional hospital site.
  • A revised teen curfew ordinance.
  • Highlights of the agenda are below. You can read the entire agenda here: RCC Agenda – October 25, 2021

 

8) Second Reading:

 

a) Amend Curfew Ordinance – tabled at September 13th, September 27th, and October 11th RCC meetings.  (Enclosures)
10) Public Hearing:

 

a) Open Container Ordinance  (Enclosures)
1) Extension of trial period through December 31, 2021
2) Make on-going
b) Knox Box Ordinance  (Enclosure)
c) Z21-10-02– Request to rezone from General Heavy Commercial to Urban Mixed Use for the property located at 1102 Martha Berry Blvd, Rome, GA 30165, Floyd County Tax Parcel J13Y344.  Applicant/Owner: Doug Reeves; Requests rezoning from Community Commercial to Urban Mixed use for the property located at 1104 Martha Berry Blvd, Rome, GA 30165, Floyd County Tax Parcel J13Y343. Applicant/Owner: DeSoto Developers LLC; Requests rezoning from Community Commercial to Urban Mixed Use for the property located at 1104 Martha Berry Blvd, Rome, GA 30165, Floyd County Tax Parcel J13Y338.  Applicant/Owner: DeSoto Developers LLC; Requests rezoning from Community Commercial to Urban Mixed Use for the property located at 1200 Martha Berry Blvd, Rome, GA 30165, Floyd County Tax Parcel J13Y337.  Applicant/Owner: Studio Siri LLC; Requests rezoning from Community Commercial to Urban Mixed Use for the property located at 1204 Martha Berry Blvd, Rome, GA 30165, Floyd County Tax Parcel J13Y336.  Applicant/Owner: RPB Investment; Requests rezoning from Community Commercial to Urban Mixed Use for the property located at 1109 North fifth Ave, Rome, GA 30165, Floyd County Tax Parcel J13Y340.  Applicant/Owner: DeSoto Developers LLC; Requests rezoning from Community Commercial to Urban Mixed Use for the property located at 1105 North fifth Ave, Rome, GA 30165, Floyd County Tax Parcel J13Y341.  Applicant/Owner: DeSoto Developers LLC; Requests rezoning from Community Commercial to Urban Mixed Use for the property located at 0 North fifth Ave, Rome, GA 30165, Floyd County Tax Parcel J13Y342.  Applicant/Owner: DeSoto Developers LLC. Requests rezoning from Community Commercial to Urban Mixed Use for the property located at 1212 Martha Berry Blvd, Rome, GA 30165, Floyd County Tax Parcel J13Y335.  (Planning Commission recommends approval, 8-0).  (Enclosure)
The Point would take in the former Enterprise car lot at Martha Berry and North Fifth.
As planned, Pleasant Valley Preserve would bring 1,018 single-family homes in a corridor off Pleasant Valley Road, Chulio Road and Boyd Valley Road.
d) A21-10-01 – Request to annex the properties located at 572 Pleasant Valley Road and the portion of the 431 Pleasant Valley Road as shown on the provided survey, Silver Creek, GA 30173, Floyd County Tax Parcels K16159 and K16159D, zoned Agricultural Residential.  (Planning Commission gives no recommendation, 4-4).  (Enclosures)
e) A21-10-02 – Request to annex the properties located at 30 Wellington Way, Rome, GA 30161, Floyd County Tax Parcels J15Z258, zoned Suburban Residential.  (Planning Commission recommends approval, 7-0). (Enclosure)
f) Z21-10-01– Request to rezone from Agricultural Residential to Suburban Residential for the properties located at 572 Pleasant Valley Road SE portion of the 431 Pleasant Valley Road as shown on the provided survey, Silver Creek, GA 30173, Floyd County Tax Parcels K16159 and K16159D.  (Planning Commission recommends approval, 5-3).  (Enclosures)

 

14) Mayor:

 

a) Intergovernmental Agreement regarding State Hospital Property (Enclosure)

TUESDAY

The Floyd County Board of Commissioners will meet on Tuesday, Oct. 26, at the County Administration Building at 12 E. Fourth Ave., Rome. Caucus will begin at 4 p.m. in the Caucus Room (Suite 204), followed by the Board Meeting at 6 p.min the Community Room (Suite 206).  The meetings are open to the public.  Everyone in attendance is asked to follow the latest guidance from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention.

10.26.21 Agenda

 

 


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