The Dyersburg, Tenn., Municipal-Regional Planning Commission approved a site plan on Nov. 8 for the construction of a new self-storage facility. A-1 Mini Storage will be on Hornbrook Avenue near the south bypass of U.S. Route 51. The land is currently zoned as planned business, according to the source.
The facility will contain several structures, but only one will be climate-controlled, according to the source. It’ll include an asphalt parking area per city code. “Most of this is going to be gravel driving aisles. That’s been a practice—sort of policy—we’ve allowed for mini-storage buildings in the past,” said Will Radford, a community planner with Nelson Community Development Group LLC, which represented A-Mini during the commission meeting.
The Dyersburg Fire Department agreed the distance between the buildings was sufficient. The plan includes a second drive aisle from Hornbrook Avenue for first responders, Radford said. “Engineering has not been completed yet at this time, but we are comfortable with a recommendation of approval, contingent on engineering approval.”
The commission unanimously approved the site plan contingent on the engineering plan, the source reported.
State Gazette, Dyersburg Planning Commission Approves Mini-Storage Site Plan