(Note: So far Commission has refused to adopt the Property Tax Freeze program for Seniors and the question is WHY? Anderson, Knox, Roane, Blount, Sevier and Campbell are just but a few of the counties that have adopted the tax freeze for seniors so why not Loudon County? Please click Property Tax Freeze program for Seniors Chairman Roy Bledsoe will lead the discussion on Agenda Item #5 Noise Ordinance. This issue was discussed last month, please click Pancho Villa Uprising - Stamping out noise -Pat Hunter)
Loudon County Commission Workshop
Monday, September 22, 2008
County Office Building
1. This is the time for audience members to speak on items on or not on the agenda.
2. Loudon County Planning – Russ Newman
a. Request Consideration of Approval to Abandon .2 Miles of Tivoli Drive, Located
off Waller Ferry Road between Interstates 40 & 75, adjacent to Properties
Located on Tax Map 9, Parcels 40.00, 41.00, 42.00, 53.00, 44.00, 45.00 & 46.00
Located in the 5th Legislative District.
Applicant: Loudon County Road Commissioner [08-08-185-TR-CO]
b. Request Consideration of Amendment to Loudon County Zoning Resolution to
Add Stream Buffer Regulations.
c. Request Consideration of Approval of Rezoning Approximately .82 Acres of
Property Located on Hwy 321 S. from A-2, Rural Residential District to C-2,
General Commercial District, referenced by Tax Map 27, Parcel 142.00, 3rd
Legislative District. Owner: Walter McGroary [06-10-210-RZ-CO] (This Item was
tabled in June 2007 Pending the Demolition of the Existing Structure)
3. Loudon County Economic Development – Pat Phillips
a. Request Consideration of Approving the Sale of Approximately 0.63 Acres of
Certain Real Property Located in the Centre 75 Business Park to WH Capital,
4. Ambulance Service Update – Dennis Rowe
5. Noise Ordinance - Chairman Roy Bledsoe
6. Planning Inter Local Agreement – Commissioner Miller
7. Tennessee Property Tax Freeze Act – Commissioner Shaver
8. Building Code Amendments – Building Commissioner, Bill Cox
9. Any Other Items
A RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY THE LOUDON COUNTY COMMISSION ABANDONING AN
APPROXIMATELY .2 MILE SECTION OF TIVOLI LANE, LOCATED OFF
WHITE WING ROAD ON LOUDON COUNTY TAX MAP 9,
ADJACENT TO PARCELS 40.00, 41.00, 42.00, 43.00, 44.00, 45.00 AND 46.00
WHEREAS, the chief legislative body of the county has the authority, under Tennessee Code Annotated, to
accept the dedication of roads, close existing roads, adopt standards for the acceptance of new roads and reopen
previously closed or abandoned roads; and
WHEREAS, the Loudon County Regional Planning Commission has received for review a request from
owners of property located adjacent to a .2 mile section of Tivoli Lane, requesting the closure of that roadway or
segment on Tax Map 9, Parcels 40,00, 41.00, 42.00, 43.00, 44.00, 45.00 and 46.00
WHEREAS, applicant feels the described roadway has no present nor future public use, and desires that any
county encumbrance caused by the presence of the road bed be removed; and
WHEREAS, identified affected property owners were notified and a public notice and description of the
request appeared in the Loudon News Herald on August 27 & 28, 2008, consistent with the provisions of Loudon
County’s Procedure for Closing a Public Road; and
WHEREAS, the Loudon County Regional Planning Commission has reviewed this matter, including the
recommendation of the County Highway Superintendent, and based on its investigation has determined that the
closure of said road will not adversely affect any property owners or the present or future function of the County’s
roadway system, and recommends the closure of said road, described as follows:
Tivoli Lane, approximately .2 miles, located off White Wing Road, located on Tax Map 9, Parcels
40.00, 41.00, 42.00, 43.00, 44.00, 45.00 and 46.00, situated in the 5th Legislative District, being more
specifically shown on the attached map, incorporated herein.
WHEREAS, the County Commission feels the closure of the roadway is not detrimental to the community
or to the present or future function of the County roadway system;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Loudon County Commission, in regular session
assembled on this 6th day of October, 2008, that the aforedescribed section of the roadway is hereby closed, with
any interest the County has in the roadway being hereby relinquished as provided by law.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that although the only legal requirement of the County Commission is to adopt a
resolution closing the described roadway, upon a request by an adjacent landowner, and upon review by the County
Attorney and a determination that, in the attorney’s opinion, the execution of a Quitclaim Deed evidencing the
release and conveyance of any interest the County might have in the aforedescribed roadway would not adversely
affect the rights of any property owners, the Loudon County Executive is hereby authorized to execute a Quitclaim
Deed for the roadway (or the portion thereof) hereby authorized to be closed, upon the payment of attorney’s fees
and any expenses involved by the applicant.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this Resolution shall take effect immediately, the public welfare
This Resolution adopted ________, 2008
Attest, County Court Clerk Loudon County Chairman
Approved: Loudon County Mayor
The vote on the question of approval of this Resolution by the Planning Commission is as follows:
ATTEST: SECRETARY, LOUDON COUNTY
REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION
DATE: August 19, 2008
LOUDON COUNTY ZONING RESOLUTION
ARTICLE 4: SECTION 4.250
STREAM BUFFER REGULATIONS
Section 1. Findings and Purposes
Whereas, Loudon County finds that buffers adjacent to streams provide numerous
(1) Protecting, restoring and maintaining the chemical, physical and biological,
integrity of streams and their water resources
(2) Removing pollutants delivered in urban stormwater
(3) Reducing erosion and controlling sedimentation
(4) Protecting and stabilizing stream banks
(5) Providing for infiltration of stormwater runoff
(6) Maintaining base flow of streams
(7) Contributing organic matter that is a source of food and energy for the
(8) Providing tree canopy to shade streams and promote desirable aquatic
(9) Providing riparian wildlife habitat
(10) Furnishing scenic value and recreational opportunity
(11) Providing opportunities for the protection and restoration of greenspace.
It is the purpose of this regulation to protect the public health, safety, environment and
general welfare; to minimize public and private losses due to erosion, siltation and water
pollution; and to maintain stream water quality by provisions designed to:
(1) Create buffer zones along the streams of Loudon County for the protection of water
(2) Minimize land development within such buffers by establishing buffer zone
requirements and by requiring authorization for any such activities.
Section 2. Definitions
“Buffer”means, with respect to a stream, a natural or enhanced vegetated area
(established by Section 4.1.1 below), lying adjacent to the stream.
“Impervious Cover”means any manmade paved, hardened or structural surface
regardless of material. Impervious cover includes but is not limited to rooftops, buildings,
streets, roads, decks, swimming pools and any concrete or asphalt.
“Land Development”means any land change, including but not limited to clearing,
grubbing, stripping, removal of vegetation, dredging, grading, excavating, transporting
and filling of land, construction, paving and any other installation of impervious cover.
“Land Development Activity”means those actions or activities which comprise,
facilitate or result in land development.
“Land Disturbance”means any land or vegetation change, including, but not limited to,
clearing, grubbing, stripping, removal of vegetation, dredging, grading, excavating,
transporting and filling of land, that do not involve construction, paving or any other
installation of impervious cover.
“Land Disturbance Activity”means those actions or activities which comprise,
facilitate or result in land disturbance.
“Floodplain”means any land area susceptible to flooding, which would have at least a
one percent probability of flooding occurrence in any calendar year based on locally
adopted flood plain maps.
“Parcel”means any plot, lot or acreage shown as a unit on the latest county tax
“Permit”means the permit issued by Loudon County required for undertaking any land
“Person”means any individual, partnership, firm, association, joint venture, public or
private corporation, trust, estate, commission, board, public or private institution, utility,
cooperative, city, county or other political subdivision of the State, any interstate body or
any other legal entity.
“Protection Area, or Stream Protection Area”means, with respect to a stream, the
combined areas of all required buffers and setbacks applicable to such stream.
“Riparian”means belonging or related to the bank of a river, stream, lake, pond or
“Setback”means, with respect to a stream, the area established by Section 4.1.2
extending beyond any buffer applicable to the stream.
“State Waters” means any and all rivers, streams, creeks, branches, lakes, reservoirs,
ponds, drainage systems, springs, wells and other bodies of surface or subsurface water,
natural and artificial, lying within or forming a part of the boundaries of the State which
are not entirely confined and retained completely upon the property of a single individual,
partnership or corporation.
“Stream”means any stream, beginning at:
1. The location of a spring, seep, or groundwater outflow that sustains stream
2. The point in the stream channel with a drainage area of 25 acres or more; or
3. Where evidence indicates the presence of a stream in a drainage area of less
than 25 acres, Loudon County may require field studies to verify the existence of
“Stream Bank”means the sloping land that contains the stream channel and the normal
flows of the stream.
“Stream Channel”means the portion of a watercourse that contains the base flow of the
stream and is usually the point where the normal stream flow has wrested the vegetation.
“Stream Hierarchy”means a body of water that flows in a cumulative series to the main
body of water
“Watershed”means the land area that drains into a particular stream.
Section 3. Applicability
This regulation shall apply to all land development activity on property containing a
stream protection area as defined in Section 2 of this regulation. These requirements are
in addition to, and do not replace or supersede, any other applicable buffer requirements
established under state law and approval or exemption from these requirements do not
constitute approval or exemption from buffer requirements established under state law or
from other applicable local, state or federal regulations.
3.1. Grandfather Provisions
This regulation shall not apply to the following activities:
(1) Work consisting of the repair or maintenance of any lawful use of land that is
zoned and approved for such use on or before the effective date of this regulation.
(2) Existing development and on-going land disturbance activities including but
not limited to existing agriculture, silviculture, landscaping, gardening and lawn
maintenance, except that new development or land disturbance activities on such
properties will be subject to all applicable buffer requirements.
(3) Any land development activity that is under construction, fully approved for
development, scheduled for permit approval or has been submitted for approval as
of the effective date of this regulation.
(4) Land development activity that has not been submitted for approval, but that is
part of a larger master development plan, such as for an office park or other
phased development that has been previously approved within two years of the
effective date of this regulation.
The following specific activities are exempt from this regulation. Exemption of these
activities does not constitute an exemption for any other activity proposed on a property.
(1) Activities for the purpose of building one of the following:
- a stream crossing by a driveway, transportation route or utility line;
- public water supply intake or public wastewater outfall structures;
- intrusions necessary to provide access to a property;
- public access facilities that must be on the water including boat ramps,
docks, foot trails leading directly to the river, fishing platforms and
- unpaved foot trails and paths;
- activities to restore and enhance stream bank stability, vegetation, water
quality and/or aquatic habitat, so long as native vegetation and
bioengineering techniques are used.
(2) Public sewer line easements paralleling the creek, except that all easements
(permanent and construction) and land disturbance should be at least 25 feet from
the top of the bank. This includes such impervious cover as is necessary for the
operation and maintenance of the utility, including but not limited to manholes,
vents and valve structures. This exemption shall not be construed as allowing the
construction of roads, bike paths or other transportation routes in such easements,
regardless of paving material, except for access for the uses specifically cited in
Item 3.2.(1), above.
(3) Land development activities within any public road right-of-way existing at
the time this regulation takes effect or approved under the terms of this regulation.
(4) Within an easement of any utility existing at the time this regulation takes
effect or approved under the terms of this regulation, land disturbance activities
and such impervious cover as is necessary for the operation and maintenance of
the utility, including but not limited to manholes, vents and valve structures.
(5) Emergency work necessary to preserve life or property. However, when
emergency work is performed under this section, the person performing it shall
report such work to the Loudon County Planning Office on the next business day
after commencement of the work. Within 10 days thereafter, the person shall
apply for a permit and perform such work within such time period as may be
determined by the Loudon County Planning Office to be reasonably necessary to
correct any impairment such emergency work may have caused to the water
conveyance capacity, stability or water quality of the protection area.
(6) Forestry and silviculture activities on land that is zoned for forestry,
silvicultural or agricultural uses and are not incidental to other land development
activity. If such activity results in land disturbance in the buffer that would
otherwise be prohibited, then no other land disturbing activity other than normal
forest management practices will be allowed on the entire property for three years
after the end of the activities that intruded on the buffer.
After the effective date of this regulation, it shall apply to new subdividing and platting
Any land development activity within a buffer established hereunder or any impervious
cover within a setback established hereunder is prohibited unless a variance is granted
pursuant to Section 4.2 below.
Section 4. Land Development Requirements
4.1. Buffer and Setback Requirements
All land development activity subject to this regulation shall meet the following
(1) An undisturbed natural vegetative buffer shall be maintained for 50 feet,
measured horizontally, on both banks (as applicable) of all streams as measured
from the top of the stream bank.
(2) An additional setback shall be maintained for 25 feet, measured horizontally,
beyond the undisturbed natural vegetative buffer, in which all impervious cover
shall be prohibited. Grading, filling and earthmoving shall be minimized within
(3) No septic tanks or septic tank drain fields shall be permitted within the buffer
or the setback.
4.2. Variance Procedures
Variances from the above buffer and setback requirements may be granted only in
accordance with the following provisions:
(1) Where a parcel was platted prior to the effective date of this regulation, and its shape,
topography or other existing physical condition prevents any land development
consistent with this regulation, and the Loudon County Planning Office finds and
determines that the requirements of this regulation prohibit the otherwise lawful
use of the property by the owner, the Loudon County Board of Zoning Appeals
may grant a variance from the buffer and setback requirements hereunder,
provided such variance requires adequate mitigation measures that are
implemented by the property owner to offset the effects of such variance.
(2) Except as provided above, the Loudon County Board of Zoning Appeals shall grant
no variance from any provision of this regulation without first conducting a public
hearing on the application for variance and authorizing the granting of the
variance by an affirmative vote of the Board of Zoning Appeals. The Loudon
County Planning Office shall give public notice of each such public hearing in a
newspaper of general circulation within Loudon County. The Loudon County
Planning Department shall require that the applicant post a sign giving notice of
the proposed variance and the public hearing. The sign shall be of a size and
posted in such a location on the property as to be clearly visible from the primary
adjacent road right-of-way.
Variances will not be considered when, following adoption of this regulation, actions of
any property owner of a given property have created conditions of a hardship on that
(3) At a minimum, a variance request shall include the following information:
a. A site map that includes locations of all streams, wetlands, floodplain
boundaries and other natural features, as determined by field survey;
b. A description of the shape, size, topography, slope, soils, vegetation and other
physical characteristics of the property;
c. A detailed site plan that shows the locations of all existing and proposed
structures and other impervious cover, the limits of all existing and proposed land
disturbance, both inside and outside the buffer and setback. The exact area of the
buffer to be affected shall be accurately and clearly indicated;
d. Documentation of unusual hardship should the buffer be maintained;
e. At least one alternative plan, which does not include a buffer or setback
intrusion, or an explanation of why such a site plan is not possible;
f. A calculation of the total area and length of the proposed intrusion;
g. A stormwater management site plan, if applicable; and,
h. Proposed mitigation, if any, for the intrusion. If no mitigation is proposed, the
request must include an explanation of why none is being proposed.
(4) The following factors will be considered in determining whether to issue a variance:
a. The shape, size, topography, slope, soils, vegetation and other physical
characteristics of the property;
b. The locations of all streams on the property, including along property
c. The location and extent of the proposed buffer or setback intrusion; and,
d. Whether alternative designs are possible which require less intrusion or no
e. The long-term and construction water-quality impacts of the proposed variance;
f. Whether issuance of the variance is at least as protective of natural resources
and the environment.
(5) An approved variance shall allow a reduction in buffer width only to the extent
necessary to provide relief from the conditions which prevented land development
activities on the parcel.
Section 5. Compatibility with Other Buffer Regulations and
This regulation is not intended to interfere with, abrogate or annul any other resolutions,
rule or regulation, statute or other provision of law. The requirements of this regulation
should be considered minimum requirements, and where any provision of this regulation
imposes restrictions different from those imposed by any other resolution, rule, regulation
or other provision of law, whichever provisions are more restrictive or impose higher
protective standards for human health or the environment shall be considered to take
Section 6. Additional Information Requirements for Development on
Buffer Zone Properties
Any permit applications for property requiring buffers and setbacks hereunder must
include the following:
(1) A site plan showing:
a. The location of all streams on the property;
b. Limits of required stream buffers and setbacks on the property;
c. Buffer zone topography with contour lines at no greater than four (4)-
foot contour intervals;
d. Delineation of forested and open areas in the buffer zone; and,
e. Detailed plans of all proposed land development in the buffer and of all
proposed impervious cover within the setback;
(2) A description of all proposed land development within the buffer and setback;
(3) Any other documentation that the Loudon County Planning Office may
reasonably deem necessary for review of the application and to insure that the
buffer zone regulation is addressed in the approval process.
All buffer and setback areas must be recorded on the final plat of the property following
Section 7. Responsibility
Neither the issuance of a development permit nor compliance with the conditions thereof,
nor with the provisions of this regulation shall relieve any person from any responsibility
otherwise imposed by law for damage to persons or property; nor shall the issuance of
any permit hereunder serve to impose any liability upon Loudon County, its officers or
employees, for injury or damage to persons or property.
Section 8. Inspection
The Loudon County Planning Office may cause inspections of the work in the buffer or
setback to be made periodically during the course thereof and shall make a final
inspection following completion of the work. The permittee shall assist the Loudon
County Planning Office in making such inspections. The Loudon County Planning Office
shall have the authority to conduct such investigations as it may reasonably deem
necessary to carry out its duties as prescribed in this regulation, and for this purpose to
enter at reasonable time upon any property, public or private, for the purpose of
investigating and inspecting the sites of any land development activities within the
protection area. No person shall refuse entry or access to any authorized representative
or agent who requests entry for purposes of inspection, and who presents appropriate
credentials, nor shall any person obstruct, hamper or interfere with any such
representative while in the process of carrying out official duties.
Section 9. Violations, Enforcement and Penalties
Any action or inaction which violates the provisions of this regulation or the
requirements of an approved site plan or permit may be subject to the enforcement
actions outlined in this Section. Any such action or inaction which is continuous with
respect to time is deemed to be a public nuisance and may be abated by injunctive or
other equitable relief. The imposition of any of the penalties described below shall not
prevent such equitable relief.
9.1. Notice of Violation
If the Loudon County Planning Office determines that an applicant or other responsible
person has failed to comply with the terms and conditions of a permit, an approved site
plan or the provisions of this regulation, it shall issue a written notice of violation to such
applicant or other responsible person. Where a person is engaged in activity covered by
this regulation without having first secured the appropriate permit therefor, the notice of
violation shall be served on the owner or the responsible person in charge of the activity
being conducted on the site.
The notice of violation shall contain:
(1) The name and address of the owner or the applicant or the responsible person;
(2) The address or other description of the site upon which the violation is occurring;
(3) A statement specifying the nature of the violation;
(4) A description of the remedial measures necessary to bring the action or inaction into
compliance with the permit, the approved site plan or this regulation and the date
for the completion of such remedial action;
(5) A statement of the penalty or penalties that may be assessed against the person to
whom the notice of violation is directed; and,
(6) A statement that the determination of violation may be appealed to the Loudon
County Planning Office by filing a written notice of appeal within thirty (30) days
after the notice of violation (except that in the event the violation constitutes an
immediate danger to public health or public safety, 24 hours notice shall be
In the event the remedial measures described in the notice of violation have not been
completed by the date set forth for such completion in the notice of violation, any one or
more of the following actions or penalties may be taken or assessed against the person to
whom the notice of violation was directed. Before taking any of the following actions or
imposing any of the following penalties, the Loudon County Planning Office shall first
notify the applicant or other responsible person in writing of its intended action, and shall
provide a reasonable opportunity, of not less than ten days (except that in the event the
violation constitutes an immediate danger to public health or public safety, 24 hours
notice shall be sufficient) to cure such violation. In the event the applicant or other
responsible person fails to cure such violation after such notice and cure period, the
Loudon County Planning Office may take any one or more of the following actions or
impose any one or more of the following penalties.
(1)Stop Work Order - The Loudon County Planning Office may issue a stop work
order which shall be served on the applicant or other responsible person. The stop
work order shall remain in effect until the applicant or other responsible person
has taken the remedial measures set forth in the notice of violation or has
otherwise cured the violation or violations described therein, provided the stop
work order may be withdrawn or modified to enable the applicant or other
responsible person to take necessary remedial measures to cure such violation or
(2)Withhold Certificate of Occupancy – At the direction of the Loudon County
Planning Office, the Loudon County Building Commissioner may refuse to issue
a certificate of occupancy for the building or other improvements constructed or
being constructed on the site until the applicant or other responsible person has
taken the remedial measures set forth in the notice of violation or has otherwise
cured the violations described therein.
(3)Civil Penalties - In the event the applicant or other responsible person fails to take the
remedial measures set forth in the notice of violation or otherwise fails to cure the
violations described therein within ten days (or such greater period as the Loudon
County Planning Office shall deem appropriate) (except that in the event the
violation constitutes an immediate danger to public health or public safety, 24
hours notice shall be sufficient) after the Loudon County Planning Office has
taken one or more of the actions described above, the Loudon County Planning
Office may impose a penalty pursuant to TCA §68-221-1106 not to exceed
$5,000 (depending on the severity of the violation) for each day the violation
remains unremedied after receipt of the notice of violation.
Section 10. Administrative Appeal and Judicial Review
10.1 Administrative Appeal
Any person aggrieved by a decision or order of Loudon County Planning Office, may
appeal in writing within 30 days after the issuance of such decision or order to the
Loudon County Commission and shall be entitled to a hearing before the Commission
within 30 days of receipt of the written appeal.
10.2. Judicial Review
Any person aggrieved by a decision or order of the Loudon County Planning Office, after
exhausting all administrative remedies, shall have the right to appeal de novo to the
Chancery Court of Loudon County.
Section 11. Severability
If any article, section, subsection, paragraph, clause, phrase or provision of this regulation
shall be adjudged invalid or held unconstitutional, such decision shall not affect or
invalidate the remaining portions of this regulation.
Duly passed and approved this 6th day of October, 2008.
Loudon County Commission Chair
Loudon County Mayor
Loudon County Clerk
A RESOLUTION AMENDING THE ZONING MAP OF LOUDON COUNTY,
TENNESSEE, PURSUANT TO CHAPTER SEVEN,§13-7-105 OF THE TENNESSEE
CODE ANNOTATED, TO REZONE PROPERTY LOCATED ON HWY 321 S,
CONTAINING APPROX .82 ACRES, SITUATED IN THE 3RD LEGISLATIVE
DISTRICT, REFERENCED BY TAX MAP 27, PARCEL 142.00, FROM R-1 SUBURBAN
RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT TO C-1, RURAL CENTER DISTRICT
WHEREAS, the Loudon County Commission, in accordance with Chapter Seven,§13-7-105 of the
Tennessee Code Annotated, may from time to time, amend the number, shape, boundary, area or any regulation
of or within any district or districts, or any other provision of any zoning resolution, and
WHEREAS, the Regional Planning Commission has forwarded a recommendation regarding the amendment
to the Zoning Map of Loudon County, Tennessee,
WHEREAS, a notice of public hearing and a description of the resolution appeared in the Loudon County
News Herald on May 9-10, 2007, consistent with the provisions of Tennessee Code Annotated,§13-7-105,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Loudon County Commission that the Zoning Map of
Loudon County, Tennessee be amended as follows:
That property located at Hwy 321 S, referenced by Tax Map 27, Parcel 142.00, be rezoned from R-1, Suburban
Residential District to C-1, Rural Center District, including the restriction that the existing dilapidated structure
be demolished prior to use of property for commercial purposes, as shown on the attached map; said map being
part of this Resolution.
BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that this Resolution shall take effect immediately, the public welfare
ATTEST LOUDON COUNTY CHAIRMAN
APPROVED: LOUDON COUNTY MAYOR
The votes on the question of approval of this Resolution by the Planning Commission is as follows:
ATTEST: SECRETARY LOUDON COUNTY
REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION
Dated: May 15, 2007
LOUDON COUNTY PLANNING OFFICE
TO:Brian Franklin, News Herald
Fax Number: 988-3261
FROM: Debbie Hines
DATE: May 3, 2007
RE: NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
Please place the following notice of Public Hearing in the Wednesday/Thursday, May 9-10, 2007, edition
of the News-Herald. The ad should be no larger than 3 column x 6 inches
The Loudon County Commission will hold a public hearing on Monday, June 4, 2007 at
6:00 P.M. at the Courthouse Annex to consider an amendment to the Zoning Resolution of Loudon
County, Tennessee, to rezone the following:
PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1209 TOWN CREEK ROAD, CONTAINING APPROX 5
ACRES, SITUATED IN THE 2ND LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT, REFERENCED BY TAX
MAP 15, PARCEL 80.00, FROM R-1 SUBURBAN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT TO O-1
OFFICE-PROFESSIONAL DISTRICT [07-01-24-RZ-CO(LEPR)]
PROPERTY LOCATED AT 14424 AND 14574 HWY 70 E, CONTAINING APPROX 7.87
ACRES, SITUATED IN THE 5th LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT, REFERENCED BY TAX
MAP 7, PARCELS 83.00 & 84.00, FROM R-1 SUBURBAN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT
TO R-1/PUD SUBURBAN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT WITH PLANNED UNIT
DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY OF 7.6 UNITS PER ACRE AND RESTRICTED TO
DEVELOPMENT OF ASSISTED LIVING OR OTHER SENIOR HOUSING ONLY
PROPERTY LOCATED AT 103 ROBINSON DRIVE, CONTAINING APPROX 2.94
ACRES, SITUATED IN THE 2ND LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT, REFERENCED BY TAX
MAP 15M, GROUP A, PARCEL 4.00, FROM R-1 SUBURBAN RESIDENTIAL
DISTRICT TO C-2, GENERAL COMMERCIAL DISTRICT [07-04-79-RZ-CO(LEPR)]
PROPERTY LOCATED AT 12570 HWY 70 E, CONTAINING APPROX 2 ACRES,
SITUATED IN THE 5TH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT, REFERENCED BY TAX MAP 7,
PARCELS 112.00 & 113.00, FROM R-1 SUBURBAN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT TO C-2,
GENERAL COMMERCIAL DISTRICT [07-04-92-RZ-CO]
PROPERTY LOCATED ON CUSICK CIRCLE, CONTAINING APPROX 12.14 ACRES,
SITUATED IN THE 5TH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT, REFERENCED BY TAX MAP 7,
PARCEL 144.00, FROM R-1 SUBURBAN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT TO R-1/PUD
SUBURBAN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT WITH PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT
OVERLAY OF 3.0 UNITS PER ACRE [07-05-95-RZ-CO]
PROPERTY LOCATED ON HWY 321 S, CONTAINING APPROX .82 ACRES,
SITUATED IN THE 3RD LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT, REFERENCED BY TAX MAP 27,
PARCEL 142.00, FROM R-1 SUBURBAN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT TO C-2,
GENERAL COMMERCIAL DISTRICT [06-10-21-RZ-CO]
Copies of this Resolution are available for review at the Office of Planning & Community Development,
274 Blair Bend Drive, Loudon, TN, or you may phone 458-3880 during business hours for assistance.
INVOICE: LOUDON COUNTY
A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SALE OF APPROXIMATELY 0.63 ACRES
OF CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE CENTRE 75 BUSINESS
PARK TO WH CAPITAL, L.L.C.
Whereas, Loudon County and the City of Loudon jointly own certain properties at
Centre 75 Business Park, and
Whereas, WH Capital, L.L.C. desires to acquire 0.63 acres (referenced as a portion of
parcel 105.00, Loudon County Tax Map 40 within the Centre 75 Business Park), for the
construction of a restaurant facility known as Waffle House, and
Whereas, the Loudon County Economic Development Agency Board of Directors voted
on August 28, 2008 to recommend the sale to WH Capital, L.L.C. for $169,500 for the
90’ x 309.53’ tract containing 0.63 acres, and
Whereas, the sale is contingent upon Waffle House using a super brick construction
material, cut block lettering, and the sellers (Loudon County and the City of Loudon)
offering a 0.21 acre (30’ x 305.93’) temporary slope easement.
Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved, that the Loudon County Commission hereby agrees to
sell approximately 0.63 acres of real property along the commercial frontage road parallel
to Highway 72 said parcel being located in Centre 75 Business Park, being identified as a
90’ x 305.93’ portion of Parcel 105, Tax Map 40 of Loudon County, TN to WH Capital,
L.L.C. for $169,500.
Now, Therefore, Be It Finally Resolved, that this Resolution shall take effect
immediately the public welfare requiring it.
Passed this the 8th day of September 2008
Doyle Arp, Mayor Riley D. Wampler, Court Clerk
Roy Bledsoe, Chairman