The Franklin County Planning Commission at its Nov. 12 meeting discussed applications for two special-use permits and postponed a third one because the applicant failed to pay legal notice.  

The first was a request from Westlake Apartment Homes LLC to amend conditions of a permit that was previously approved regarding a property located in the Gills Creek District, within the Westlake Village Center Overlay District. 

Westlake Apartments, according to the commission, is hoping to construct multi-family dwellings because it has purchased new land since the first permit was approved.

-For more information, see the Nov. 20 edition of the Smith Mountain Eagle-

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