Plans to develop a medical clinic on Galvin Road just north of the Burger King restaurant will be before the Bellevue Planning Commission Thursday night.

City planners are recommending denial of a zoning change that would permit Remedy Properties of Omaha to add three part-time providers to Remedy Health, an existing practice at 12717 S. 28th Ave., that currently includes two full-time nurse practitioners, a part-time nurse practitioner, a mental health practitioner and a physician.

The applicants wish to add three additional part-time providers to that roster, which brought an objection from city planners that the building at 1304 Galvin Road contains too few parking spaces.

According to planning analysis, the two buildings owned by Remedy Properties at the site require a combined 57 parking stalls to comply with city standards, but they provide only 51.

One of the two buildings carries “legal non-conforming” status based on its age, the analysis says, even though current city standards require it to have 28 parking paces instead of the 17 it actually has.

The applicants are asking for a zoning change from the existing BN-PCO, which allows for limited neighborhood commercial use and accommodates medical clinics with only two practitioners.

They seek BG zoning, which allows a wider range of commercial uses and an unlimited number of practitioners.

The Planning Commission meets at 7 p.m. at Bellevue City Hall, 1500 Wall St.

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