Next week, the Goldsboro City Council is expected to take action on allowing a new auto recycling facility within the city.
At its meeting last week, the council delayed action on the Conditional Use Permit for the proposed automobile recycling business with outdoor storage on the east and west sides of North Carolina Street between A Street and Hooks River Road.
Council member Antonio Williams questioned delaying a vote on the permit.
Without revealing his decision, Council member Bevan Foster said his vote is unlikely to change before the next meeting.
Goldsboro resident Ravonda Jacobs reminded the city council last week many neighbors still don’t want the new auto recycling facility.
Following the approved delay on December 3rd, the Goldsboro City Council plans to act on the Conditional Use Permit at its next meeting on Monday, December 17th.
If the permit is approved, the applicant, Dale Bevell, plans to purchase the 28 total acres for the automobile recycling facility.
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