Oxford Planning Commission OKs ordinance regulating sexually orientated businesses, including where they can open and restricting alcohol sales.
Planners discuss commercial, residential and university growth and its effects on Highway 6 and Oxford. (October 18, 2013, Page 1A, 2A)
Baptist Memorial Hospital-North Mississippi is moving forward with the construction of its new regional $300 million facility and has completed two of five conditions put on its site plan by the Oxford Planning Commission, which included the final design of the connection at Belk Boulevard and Old Taylor Road. (October 15, 2013, Page 1, 2)
When a fire destroyed Oxford’s only bowling alley in September 2010, the town was left with little options for family entertainment.
However, that’s all about to change with two separate development companies have plans for large family entertainment centers and both include bowling alleys. (September 10, 2013, Page 1)
The Oxford Planning Commission gave the nod to The Links apartments for its expansion where there will be 198 additional units added to the development. Read about this and other business from the planning commission meeting held Monday at City Hall. (August 14, 2013, Page 2)
Despite passionate pleas from two neighbors, the Oxford Planning Commission gave the nod to a mixed-use project off S. 16th Street that would include business and residential units called 607 South. Read about this and other business from the planning commission in today’s EAGLE. (July 9, 2013, Page 1, 3)
The Oxford Planning Commission is requiring a developer to construct four accesses into the development proposed for Oxford Commons before it is completed. (May 14, 2013, Page 1)
The Planning Commission approved the site plan for eight additional Katrina cottages in the South Lamar Cottage Creek subdivision and two variance requests allowing the one-bedroom cottages to be under the city’s minimum living square foot space and to use crushed stone for the parking lot. (November 16, 2012, Page 1A)
The Oxford Planning Commission granted a special zoning request for a proposed 336-unit planned unit development, of PUD, that will combine apartment living with neighborhood-friendly commercial businesses off Old Taylor Road. (February 14, 2012, Page 1)