At its Nov. 26 meeting, the Gretna Planning Commission took the following action:

• Held a public hearing and ultimately recommended approval of a conditional use permit for a convenience store with fuel sales in the mixed use commercial zoning district, generally located north of Highway 370 and east of 192nd Street. The 2.84 acre lot will sit on a portion of Lot 359 of the Aspen Creek subdivision and will be accessed by Oakmont Street.

• Held a public hearing and ultimately recommended approval of a preliminary plat with a zoning change from neighborhood commercial and general commercial to entirely general commercial for a subdivision to be known as BDC Commons, generally located northwest of Highway 6/31 and southeast of South Street. Preliminary plans for the area include a possible small grocer, convenience store and restaurant. The property, which will be accessed by a new traffic signal at Highway 31 and adjacent Bryan Street, will feature a privacy fence that abuts the neighboring homes. One lot of the property will be accessible by South Street.

The Planning Commission’s next meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at Gretna City Hall, 204 N. McKenna Ave. For agendas or past meeting minutes, visit gretnane.org.

Rachel George

Be the first to know when news happens. Get the latest breaking headlines sent straight to your inbox.

* I understand and agree that registration on or use of this site constitutes agreement to its user agreement and privacy policy.

Commenting is limited to Omaha World-Herald subscribers. To sign up, click here.

If you're already a subscriber and need to activate your access or log in, click here.