Owner of Li'l Rizzo's, Borders is seeking to have the 27,387 square-foot lot rezoned at 2146 Horseshoe Bend Parkway, Lake Ozark, in order to open either a drive-through restaurant or food truck.
It’s been a slow couple of months for the Camden County Planning Commission, but they’ll make up for that Wednesday evening with some cases of potential interest on the docket.
On Sept. 20, the board will consider two rezoning applications, a planned unit development (PUD) amendment, a preliminary plat and replat.
A closed session under RSMo 610.021, Subsection 1, is also planned. This section of the Missouri Sunshine Law allows entities to close a meeting due to legal actions, causes of action or litigation.
434 Horseshoe Bend Parkway, LLC, with the applicant William F. Borders, is seeking to rezone Lot 8 of Ravenwood Estates from low density residential to general commercial. Ravenwood Estates is located off of Horseshoe Bend Parkway by Li’l Rizzo’s.
Owner of Li’l Rizzo’s, Borders is seeking to have the 27,387 square-foot lot rezoned at 2146 Horseshoe Bend Parkway, Lake Ozark, in order to open either a drive-through restaurant or food truck, according to the Camden County P&Z Office staff report.
Madden Manufacturing is also seeking a rezoning at its Lake Ozark-area property on Dogwood Road. It is seeking to add 1.73 acres of industrial zoning to the 3.19 acres it had rezoned in November 2015.
Madden owns 42 acres at this site, but only a small chunk has been rezoned for industrial.
During the planned expansion since 2015, it has added a large 20,000-square-foot warehouse building and is working on some accessory structures to the warehouse.
The expansion became larger than originally planned with a currently unpermitted partially-constructed building, which has necessitated a rezoning and a variance in order to be in compliance with the county’s zoning ordinance. The variance will have to go before the Camden County Board of Adjustments.
This is a mixed-use area with Glen Cove Marina and Country Club Condominiums nearby.
A “toy barn” development within Lakeside at Cross Creek subdivision will also come back before the commission.
The planning commission denied a past PUD amendment by another development, but a different developer may now take the property over contingent on the the success of the case before the commission.
Rowland E. Bernal Jr. Trustee/Rowland E. Bernal Marital Trust UDT/Dennis J. Bernal has applied for a PUD amendment for Lots 1-21 of the Toy Barns at Lakeside to develop them as accessory use lots.
“Toy barns” are large garages for multiple vehicles.
Bernal is proposing more restrictions on the development after several homeowners from Lakeside, Cross Creek and Point Happy subdivisions protested the proposal by the previous developer.
The new plans include limiting the toy barns to only be for people in those nearby subdivisions, quiet hours and paving the roads within the development.
The planning meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 20. It will be held in the third floor hearing room of the Camden County Courthouse in Camdenton.