Hearings set on five proposals in south county

red next week by the county Planning Commission are in south county, including a recycling facility, a tattoo studio and a rezoning for a tract in a subdivision.

Public hearings on the proposals are set for 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 9, in the County Council chambers at 41 S. Central Ave., Clayton. The south county projects include:

• Republic Services Environmental LLC, doing business as RSR Southside, proposes a recycling and waste-processing facility on a 6.3-acre lot in the south quadrant of Interstate 55 and Bayless Avenue. The company requests a conditional-use permit, or CUP, in the M-1 Industrial District and FPM-1 Flood Plain Industrial District.

• Sachs Brothers is seeking a shopping district on a 1.22-acre lot at the northwest corner of Lemay Ferry Road and Southcrest Way and requesting a change in zoning from NU Non-Urban District to a C-8 Planned Commercial District.

• Steel & Ink Studio Inc. requests a CUP in the C-3 Shopping District for a 12.6-acre tract of land on the northeast side of Lindbergh Blvd., roughly 350 feet southeast of Lemay Ferry Road, to build a tattoo and body-piercing studio.

• Richard P. Proctor, trustee, is requesting a change in zoning from a C-8 Planned Commercial District to a C-2 Shopping District for a 1.48-acre lot on the southeast side of Lemay Ferry Road, on the west side of Ringer Road, roughly 40 feet north of Camelot Estates Drive.

• The Department of Planning requests a change in zoning for a 9.35-acre tract in the Peregrine Estates subdivision on the south side of Telegraph Road, roughly 1,000 feet west of Becker Road, at the terminus of Nettie Drive. The department requests a change in zoning from an R-2 15,000-square-foot Residence District to NU Non-Urban District for the tract.