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Campbell Station Road extension a ‘go,’ TDOT said


Mayor Eddy Ford announced that the last environmental hurdle standing before the onset of construction for the Campbell Station Road extension had been cleared at the regularly scheduled meeting of the Farragut Municipal Planning Commission Oct. 7.

Ford deferred to town engineer Darryl Smith who said, “I’ve received a couple of e-mails from Jennifer Stone of TDOT. It is my understanding that all the environmental hurdles are cleared on the Campbell Station Road extension project and we expect to see some mobilization in the next couple of weeks. It is my understanding that (TDOT) was to issue the work order early this week. I haven’t heard that that has been done. … We do expect to see some sort of movement out there after all these years.”

The Commission viewed a presentation by Wilbur Smith and Associates on the I-40/Campbell Station Road interchange at its regularly scheduled meeting Oct. 7.


The presentation was a redux of a program presented to the Farragut Board of Mayor and Aldermen at an earlier date as an addendum to a presentation by the company centered on the widening of Campbell Station Road from Kingston Pike to Grigsby Chapel Road.

Representatives of Wilbur Smith & Associates again recommended the town consider recommending to TDOT the Single Point Urban Intersection as the most practical solution to the escalating traffic counts anticipated by 2008.

Mayor Eddy Ford said that the next step would be for the town to approach TDOT with its recommendations and have them sign on to the project.

In other business the Commission:

• Unanimously (7-0) approved a request by Joseph D. Chalmers for a proposed resubdivision of Parcels 16,17 & 18, Tax Map 152BB, 12027 and 12031 South Fox Den Drive and 12002 Broadmoor Point, Fox Den Village, Zoned R-2, approximately 1.5 acres, to move interior property lines.

• Unanimously approved (7-0) a request by Doyle and Irene Arwood for a resubdivision of Parcels 114 and 114.02, Tax Map 142, 517 & 521 Herron Road, Zoned R-1, 2.43 acres, to move an interior property line.

• Unanimously agreed (7-0) to postpone a public hearing on a request by Jerrye M. Troutman for a resubdivision of Parcels 22 & 23, Tax Map 143, 11504 Turkey Creek Road, Zoned R-1, 1.17 acres, to move an interior property line.

• Unanimously (7-0) voted to deny a request by Harriman Oil Company to amend the Farragut Municipal Code, Chapter 4, Sign Ordinance, Section 9-407, Legal nonconforming signs, to permit the sign face on a nonconforming sign to be replaced without such sign being required to be brought into compliance with the existing sign ordinance provisions.

The FMPC agreed to hold at its next meeting Oct. 21 a public hearing on:

• A preliminary plat for Chapel Glen submitted by Benchmark Associates, Inc. and Fulghum, MacIndoe & Associates, Inc., located on the west side of Fretz Road just north of Lanesborough Apartments, Parcels 4, 5 and 6, Tax Map 142, Zoned R-3 and OS-P, 56 Lots, approximately 22 Acres.

• A preliminary plat submitted by Placemakers, LLC for the McFee Subdivision — Unit 1, part of the McFee Farm on McFee Road, 121 Lots, Zoned R-1 and OSR.

• A site plan submitted by Cannon & Cannon, Inc. for the Renaissance Farragut, Parcels 60, 63, 63.02, 63.05, 63.06 and part of 89, Tax Map 151, located on the south side of Kingston Pike west of Way Station Trail, Zoned C-1 and O-1, 20.971 Acres.

The Commission postponed a discussion of a site plan submitted by Weigel’s Corporation for Weigel Farm Store No. 44, Parcels 16 & 16.02, Tax Map 152, 12001 Kingston Pike, located on the northwest corner of Smith Road and Kingston Pike, Zoned C-1, 2.494 acres, and a variance request from the Farragut Municipal Code, Title 16, Chapter 4, Driveways and other Access Ways, 16-406 (1)(a) Distance from intersections and (b) Distance between driveways on Kingston Pike and Smith Road.

 

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