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Highway 100 proposals are subject of Monday meeting
Metro Councilman Charlie Tygard is holding a community meeting Monday to discuss a number of proposed developments being planned along Highway 100.

The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. at Harpeth Valley Elementary School, 7840 Old Harding Pike.

“The purpose of the meeting is twofold. Developers will be there to talk about what they are proposing, and it will allow me to solicit input from residents,” Tygard said.
Four proposed projects are on the agenda.

There’s a plan by Kroger to build a fuel center at its store on Highway 100 and a proposal by French River Development to build seven town homes at Chaffin Drive and Highway 100.
The other two projects involve zone changes, Tygard said.

D.E. Ryan is requesting to rezone .51 acres from commercial limited to commercial services to support the development of a 5,500-square-foot office building for a plumbing/contractor business near McCrory Lane. Mary Johnson is requesting a zone change for about 12 acres west of Kroger from residential to commercial.

Kroger’s proposal to build a fuel center goes before the Metro Planning Commission Oct. 23.

The plan was scheduled to go before Metro planners in September, but company officials asked for a deferral to give them more time to work on it.
Some nearby residents oppose the fuel center because they say it doesn’t go along with the development pattern in the Highway 100 triangle area.

French River Development owners Bill Haggard and Hunter McDonald are requesting a zone change for 1.94 acres at Chaffin Drive and Highway 100 to build seven town homes. Their proposal also goes before Metro planners Oct. 23.

“We’d like to replicate what we did in Germantown,” Haggard said.
The company built town homes in the North Nashville neighborhood at Fifth Avenue and Taylor Street last year.
“We feel like there’s a demand in Bellevue for this type of housing,” Haggard said.

Haggard thinks the development fits well into the area.

Because only seven units are being proposed, Haggard said it wouldn’t generate a lot of traffic. Also, he said the development would be within walking distance of Kroger, Walgreens and other stores and restaurants.

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