FAYETTEVILLE — Planning Commissioners voiced displeasure over, but approved, a plan for homes and one lot with commercial use facing Huntsville Road west of Crossover Road.
The commission voted 7-0 Monday to approve the plan for 11 single-family lots on the north side of Huntsville Road. One additional lot abutting the street will feature some type of commercial use. A road would split up the middle of the nearly 2-acre site.
Commissioners in May approved rezoning the land, and the City Council subsequently approved, to a community services zone. The city’s community services zone allows single-family up to four-unit dwellings, as well as multifamily and accessory dwellings and cluster housing. Commercial uses include eating places, neighborhood shopping, gas stations or drive-through restaurants, offices and home occupations.
Several commissioners expressed disappointment at a lack of variety of housing types presented in the plan. Commissioner Matt Hoffman described the request as a
VANCOUVER, BC, Sept. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Next Level Energy Inc.—makers of Eagle Energy natural caffeine supplements—has finalized a new distributor alliance with Ilsiyara Energy Drinks for the United Arab Emirates, including a retail roll-out in Dubai starting November 2020.
“Given Dubai is the distribution gateway to the Middle East, this is a game-changer for Eagle Energy’s international sales growth,” declared Founder, CEO Elliot Mashford. “We have worked closely with our new distribution partners at Ilsiyara on regulatory approvals through the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development and are on track to go live in retail this November.
“The goal is to focus on building the brand in Dubai with the intent to exhibit at the World Expo 2021 Dubai UAE and expand in the Middle East from there,” continued Mashford. “This is a pivotal step towards Eagle Energy’s global expansion and revenue diversification strategy.”
Even with a new owner, there is still nothing new with the New York Mets.
With a sale to billionaire hedge fund manager Steve Cohen on the horizon, blessedly relieving suffering Mets fans from their multi-decade toil under the Wilpon family, Cohen is starting to flesh out his front office. His first appointment is a name that Mets fans know well: former Mets general manager Sandy Alderson.
Cohen confirmed the news on Thursday morning, releasing a statement to the New York Post.
“If I am fortunate enough to be approved by Major League Baseball as the next owner of this iconic franchise, Sandy Alderson will become president of the New York Mets and will oversee all Mets baseball and business operations. Sandy is an accomplished and respected baseball executive who shares my philosophy of building an organization and a team the right way.
“I am excited to have Sandy in