MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — Development of the old Graf Dairy property is one step closer after a meeting of the Mobile Planning Commission.

IN regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, Oct. 6, commissioners approved the project.

A planning commission has approved the construction of several residential buildings on nearly 27 acres of land. Located across from Sage-Herndon Park. There is now a new road leading to the property called Graf Dairy Drive.

At the meeting, the Planning Commission also approved rezoning from a small business district to a multifamily residential district.

Although the Planning Commission approved the rezoning, that portion of the application still must go before the City Council for final approval.

Documents from the meeting show that a traffic impact study was requested for this project, but so far it has not been submitted or reviewed.

Press here to view the entire meeting agenda.

Previous article70% of technology infrastructure will be cloud-based within three years
Next articleHow does Gemba Walks support project management?