The council will meet at 7 p.m. at the Chambers at City Center.
Lakeside Funeral Home, which is located on Claremore Drive off Highway 92, is requesting a conditional use permit to operate a crematorium on site at its facility.
The Woodstock Planning Commission voted to recommend approval of the request earlier this month.
The request has garnered pushback from residents who live in the neighboring community, who have expressed concerns about their property values and the environmental impact of the crematorium.
The council will also consider approval of a request by Atlanta-based Residential Group, LLC to rezone 17.5 acres of property along Highway 92 east of Main Street and the railroad tracks from downtown commercial and low density residential to downtown multi-family residential.
The company would like to build a roughly 286-unit apartment complex on the property.
The commission also recommended approval for that request.
Another request the Council will consider is from AMERCO Real Estate Company, which wants a conditional use permit for 12 acres at 11300 Highway 92.
The property is zoned general commercial and the company wants the permit to allow a U-Haul truck rental facility on site along with self-storage, which is already allowed in the zoning.
The council will also conduct a hearing to consider revoking Wink Woodstock’s alcohol license.
City Manager Jeff Moon said the business has not only failed to pay their quarterly alcohol license fees, they’ve also violated city ordinances by having “all you can drink” specials, Happy Hour specials with reduced priced drinks during a specific time and serving alcohol on the sidewalk without having a barricade installed.
Other items on the Council’s agenda include:
- Considering approval of records destruction with Georgia Documents Destruction, Inc.;
- Weather insurance for the 2012 Summer Concert Series;
- Considering approval of an appeal from Railroad Outdoor, LLC for its sign permit denial by the city;
- Amending the council’s policy on credit cards to state departments and individuals are responsible for holding and maintaining their respective credit cards as well as responsible for reconciling their respective monthly statement; and
- A request to repeal a resolution against installing a traffic light along Towne Lake Parkway in front of the Madison Pointe retail development.