Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Proposed Rezoning Near BMS Shot Down
The proposed rezoning of nearly 20-acres on White Top Road was shot down by the Bristol Tennessee Planning Commission by a unanimous vote. Commission members accepted the cities recommendation not to change the site as it is surrounded by residential homes. It is now used as a temporary campground during race weekends at Bristol Motor Speedway. The rezoning would make the property an agricultural oriented zone that could lend itself to a wide range of uses. About 30 residents attended the meeting to voice their concerns and may have affected the Planning Commissionís recommendation to reject the rezoning effort. Now the Sullivan County Commission will consider the issue as speedway authorities announced their plans for campground accommodations near the track. (bg)

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