CRESTVIEW — The Hub City got a bit bigger Monday evening when the city council unanimously approved several rezoning measures that annexed some property.
In addition, on consultant Jack Dorman’s recommendation, the council unanimously approved a small-scale amendment to the city's zoning map that clarifies several properties’ status.
Two ordinances adjusted the city's comprehensive plans to add land owned by Gulf Power off Aplin Road and the site of the new Dollar General store on U.S. Highway 90 East to the city.
Another ordinance adjusted the city's Future Land Use Map "with an accurate determination of the corporate boundary of the city of Crestview," according to the meeting agenda.
Two more ordinances, also unanimously approved, rezoned the Gulf Power and Dollar General properties from Okaloosa County mixed-use to Crestview commercial zones.
Four corrections of the Future Land Use Map clarify rights-of-way and "one involves a 2.01-acre parcel that is not in the city," the amendment stated.
In all, the revisions added 8.6 acres to the city, including 4.78 acres for the Gulf Power property, 1.38 acres for the Dollar General and 2.44 acres in FLUM corrections.
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