An Overview 

The Town of Garner has a council-manager form of government with a mayor and five member Town Council. Elections for the office of council member are held at two-year intervals in November of odd-numbered years. Elections are non-partisan, and the mayor and council members are elected for four-year terms. The Council sets Town policies, enacts ordinances and appoints the town manager. The town manager administers the daily operations and programs of the municipal government through the department heads, other staff members and employees. 

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PUBLIC HEARINGS: Proposed Rezonings—699 New Rand Road & 9013 Fanny Brown Road

Post Date:03/06/2019 9:46 AM


Notice is hereby given of a meeting of the Town of Garner Town Council at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 19, 2019, to consider the following applications.  Please Note: The Council will meet at 900 7th Avenue in the Town of Garner Council Chambers.  

General Use Rezoning Cases:

Z-19-01, 699 New Rand Road – New Hope Life LLC is requesting a change in zoning for 1 +/- acres from Residential 20 (R20) to Residential 15 (R-15) General Use.  The site is located at 699 New Rand Road and can be further identified as Wake County PIN 1710-87-0971.  (Click here for map)

Z-19-02, 9013 Fanny Brown Road – Church Alive of the Assemblies of God, Inc. is requesting a change in zoning for 21 +/- acres from Wake County 30 (R-30) to Town of Garner Residential 20 (R-20) General Use.  The site is located at 9013 Fanny Brown Road and can be further identified as Wake County PIN 0699-33-6725.  (Click here for map)

All persons interested in or affected by the above applications are invited to attend the hearing and offer relevant facts in evidence.  Additional information is available during regular office hours from the Planning Department at Garner Town Hall.  Handicapped persons needing assistance or aids should contact Stella Gibson, Town Clerk prior to the meeting at 919-773-4406.



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