Some significant cases will come before the Camden County Planning Commission Wednesday evening — from a large retirement community within Tan-Tar-A Estates and condominiums on the Niangua Arm to a market at Sellers Road and an unusual single-family residential development at the former Broken Arrow Marina location in Shawnee Bend.

Some significant cases will come before the Camden County Planning Commission Wednesday evening — from a large retirement community within Tan-Tar-A Estates and condominiums on the Niangua Arm to a market at Sellers Road and an unusual single-family residential development at the former Broken Arrow Marina location in Shawnee Bend. The planning commission meeting will be at 5:30 p.m. in the third floor conference room of the administrative courthouse.

1. Four Gems Development, LLC/Ivan Chiang has applied to rezone multiple parcels in Tan-Tar-A Estates on behalf of owner Tan-Tar-A Estates, LLC/Matt Duenke.

According to the Tan-Tar-A Lakeside Golf Communities, LLC Project Development Plan provided to Camden County P&Z, a living and care community for ages 55-plus — called a Continuing Care Retirement Community — is the reason for the request to rezone approximately 30 acres from medium density residential to high density residential zoning. The properties are currently undeveloped lots adjacent to Tan-Tar-A Resorts.

The community would consist of three phases of construction and would include assisted living and memory care facilities, senior independent living apartments and skilled nursing facilities.

Assisted living, memory care facilities and independent living apartments and townhouse would be part of phase one along with day care for children and adults. More independent living apartments and townhouse would be included in phase two, then skilled nursing facilities with condominium units for visiting families and vacation rentals would be under phase three.

The plan also notes a potential affordable housing development two miles away in the City of Osage Beach where workers at the proposed retirement could live. The workforce housing development is proposed on a 71-acre parcel. With its jurisdiction in Osage Beach, it will go through the city zoning process instead of the county.

2. Mesa Contractors, LLC/Dustin Wisecup has applied to rezone the old Broken Arrow Marina property on Shawnee Bend Four Drive from general commercial to high density residential. While condominiums had been approved for the site through a planned unit development (PUD) overlay, the PUD expired after sitting idle for more than two years without any construction. The owner of the property is listed as Broken Arrow Land, LLC.

According to the application, single family homes are now planned for the site, but they will be sold similar to a condominium unit with purchasers buying only the units and driveways. Surrounding property and amenities would belong to an association.

Twenty-five residential homes on 7.62 acres are proposed.

3. In old business, a seven-unit condominium building is the aim of a rezoning application northwest of Camdenton on the Niangua Arm of the Lake of the Ozarks. The 19,476 square-foot lot is currently zoned single-family or low density residential with high density residential zoning requested. The property is adjacent to Clearwater Condominiums. The applicant and owner is Hil-Stone Development Co., LLC.

4. In another old business case, Jay W. Jameson is seeking a conditional use permit to operate an outdoor flea/farmers market at Highway 5 and Sellers Road. A CUP is needed on the general commercial property due to the plan for outdoor sales. Jameson is the owner of the property, according to the P&Z Staff Report.

5. Other cases of interest

•A rezoning is proposed for a 10-acre lot contiguous with the Sunrise Bay Condominium Development. The P&Z Staff Report indicates the application is for high density residential to construct garages on the second tier portion of the property to provide accessory use structures for the existing condo units. The applicant is Ronald Carpenter, and the owner is Joe D. Zahnd, trustee of Zahnd Trust.

•Thomas Construction is applying for a conditional use permit for property at Three Seasons Road and Steep Lane, Osage Beach, on behalf of owner W Investments MM21-1, LLC. The owner is seeking to build a residential structure on the general commercial property where RedHead Yacht Club and Performance Boat Center are located.

• Replat applications from Stephen Gray, Eagles Landing Homeowners Association and Allen/Kertz are also on the agenda.