Susan Bryant and Donna McNichols voted no on a proposed annexation of property east of Highway 68/80 and south of Wildcat Chevrolet and on an omnibus annexation of four properties on the east side of Lakota Drive, south of the Bank of Cadiz.
The first property of the four is owned by Cadiz Optometrist Dr. Scott Sutherland, the second by Dennis Thomas, the third owned by Ray Grasty known as the White Dove Subdivision, and the fourth by the Cadiz United Methodist Church. Johnny Oliver owns the property near Wildcat Chevrolet.
Earlier in the evening, the Cadiz Planning Commission approved zoning for the five properties, pending annexation. The Highway 68/80 property and the Sutherland and Thomas properties each earned a classification of B-2, requiring parking area and a setback off the street. The commission classified White Dove as R-1S, a low-density residential category requiring single-family dwellings. The church property earned a R-1 classification for low density residential, with no other stipulation.
Read about the two annexations in your Cadiz Record.