A developer has officially withdrawn his request to locate a new auto recycling yard in Goldsboro.
Dale Bevell originally asked for a Conditional Use Permit for the site of the proposed automobile recycling business with outdoor storage on the east and west sides of N. Carolina Street between A Street and Hooks River Road.
Several neighbors had spoken out against the proposed auto recycling facility in recent months.
At this week’s Goldsboro City Council meeting, Mayor Chuck Allen explained the applicant could not reapply for this site for six months once the application is withdrawn.
Mayor Allen also says the city has to follow certain procedures to inform the public once a zoning change is requested.
That includes notifying adjoining property owners and neighbors within 100 feet of the proposed zoning change.
The Goldsboro City Council accepted the withdrawal of the application for the conditional use permit on Monday.
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