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Proposed student apartment complex denied

Concerns about traffic on Old Taylor Road have put the brakes on another student-housing developement at the end of Oxford Way, off County Road 300. (October 9, 2012, Page 1, 2)

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    S. Oxford zoning change denied

    The Oxford Planning Commission denied a request Monday by a local landowner to re-zone 64 acres between South Lamar Boulevard and Highway 7 South so he could sell the land to developers looking to build apartments. (September 11, 2012, Page 1, 2)

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      Re-zoning request raises concerns

      The owner of 65 acres located between Highway 7 South and South Lamar Boulevard will be requesting the property be re-zoned from single-family residences to multi-family residences at the Oxford Planning Meeting Monday night. (September 7, 2012, Page 1A, 5A)

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        New 10-unit project gets OK

        A new 10-unit rental home development was approved by the Oxford Planning Commission Monday that will be located where East Jackson Avenue ends at Chestnut Street. (July 10, 2012, Page 2)

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          Urgent Care Clinic can keep sign

          The Oxford Planning Commission approved an 18-foot sign ordinance variance during Monday’s meeting to allow Urgent Care Clinic of Oxford to keep its sign. (June 12, 2012, Page 1)

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            Grove Hill project approved

            Construction is set to begin in late June on a new mixed-use development, Grove Hill, that will include 208 units, providing 737 bed spaces on 65 acres located off Molly Barr Road after developers received the nod Monday from the Oxford Planning Commission. (May 15, 2012, Page 1)

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              Student housing boon in Oxford

              Two more large $36 million developments were approved by the Oxford Planning Commission that are geared to student living. The Retreat and Blackberry Hills developers both offered to donate $12,500 and $10,000 respectively to the Oxford University Transit system to be included on the bus route. Both developments are veering away from typical apartment complex settings and proposing more single-homes and townhouses. (April 10, 2012, Page 1)

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                CVS hits temporary snag

                The Oxford Planning Commission granted a site plan amendment Monday to the CVS drug store being built on West jackson Avenue after city officials noted the retaining walls being built on the property were higher than originally approved and issued a stop work order. (March 13, 2012, Page 2)

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                  Is Taylor Road busy enough?

                  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)

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                    New development gaining strength

                    Oxford Planning Commission approved several new commercial and residential projects while tabling one new condo project on the corner of South 16th Street and Garfield and allowing special exceptions for parking for a new tavern and landscaping for a shopping center on North Lamar on Monday. (October 11, 2011, Page 1, 3)

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