December 3, 2002

    The Randolph County Planning Board met at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, December 3, 2002, in the Commissionersí Meeting Room, Randolph County Office Building, 725 McDowell Road, Asheboro, North Carolina.

  1. Chairman Maxton McDowell called to order the Randolph County Planning Board meeting at 6:30 p.m.

  2. Hal Johnson, Planning Director, called roll of the Members: Maxton McDowell, Chairman, present; Bill Dorsett, Vice Chairman, present; Lynden Craven, present; Phil Ridge, present; Larry Brown, present; and Chris McLeod, present.

  3. Craven made the motion, seconded by McLeod, to approve the minutes of the November 12th Randolph County Planning Board meeting. The motion passed unanimously.


  1. PETER & PEGGY LAMB, Ramseur, North Carolina, is requesting that .75 acre (out of 3.42 acres) located at 3274 US Highway 64 East, Franklinville Township, be rezoned from RA to HC/CU. Parcel ID # 7771895721. The proposed Conditional Use Zoning District would specifically allow an automotive sales and display business.

Lamb was present and explained that he would be building a structure around 700-900 sq. ft. Lamb said that he would employ 4 or 5 salespeople. Brown asked if he would be doing any type of service work and Lamb answered no.

There was no one present in opposition to this request.

Brown made the motion, seconded by McLeod, to recommend to the Commissioners that this request be approved. The motion passed unanimously.

  1. The meeting adjourned at 7:03. There were 14 people present for this meeting.

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