The Pitt County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Monday, March 25, 2019, at or after 6:00 pm. regarding a proposed Map Amendment (Rezoning) to the Pitt County Zoning Map. This hearing will be held in the Eugene James Auditorium in the County Administration Building located at 1717 W. 5th Street, Greenville, N.C.
The Pitt County Planning Department is in receipt of a petition from Carol Peaden Brown requesting that her properties be rezoned from Rural Residential (RR) to Rural Agricultural (Conditional District) (RA(CD)) for the operation of a sand mine. If the rezoning request is approved, the Board of Commissioners will subsequently hold a separate public hearing to consider issuance of a Conditional Use Permit to operate the proposed sand mine. The subject properties are identified by the Tax Assessor’s Office as Parcel Numbers 49756 and 49757, and are located on the southern side of NC 33 West, northwest of its intersection with Martin Luther King, Jr. Highway in the Belvoir Township. The subject properties are 67.07 acres, the entirety of which is proposed for rezoning. Citizens interested in obtaining additional information on the proposed rezoning should contact the Pitt County Planning Department (252-902-3250).
The purpose of the public hearing is to gather public comment and input on the proposed amendment (Rezoning) prior to consideration by the Board of County Commissioners. Those persons unable to attend the hearing may submit written questions or comments to the Clerk to the Board before the meeting. The mailing address is: Clerk to the Board, Pitt County, 1717 W. 5th Street, Greenville, NC 27834