Planning Commission asked to approve new subdivision
McCOOK, Neb. — The City of McCook Planning Commission will be asked to approve a preliminary plat that will be the first step in creating a new subdivision to the city, “North Pointe Addition,” at its meeting Monday, Aug. 8, 5:15 p.m., at city council chambers at the Municipal Building.
The request comes from the McCook Economic Development Corp., John and Elizabeth Nothnagel and W.A. G.S. Properties, LLC. for a subdivision that will consist of 27 single-family residential lots. The tract of land is approximately 16.36 acres located west of West Seventh and north of West R Street. The preliminary plat includes the creation of three streets as well as an easement north of West T for the Christener property, to allow street access to and from their property. That property is not included in the proposed addition.
A “vacation “ ordinance needs to be adopted to provide a clean method of subdividing over the top existing subdivisions, according to the city manager’s report.
A public hearing for public comment will be held at Monday’s meeting, followed by a discussion. City staff has recommended approval of the preliminary plat for creating the North Pointe Addition and of an ordinance that would allow for the vacation of subdivision plats in order to simplify any potential title and subdivision concerns.