BROOKSVILLE — Zoning changes for a planned auto parts store along U.S. 19 and a proposed Dollar General Store on Mariner Boulevard in Spring Hill sailed through the Hernando County Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday.
At a site previously planned for a Tire Kingdom on the east side of U.S. 19, south of Red Lobster, GH&G Spring Hill LLC plans an auto parts store. Because the previous approval for the site had expired, the applicant needed to renew its master plan. Planning commission member Robert Widmar noted that the new use might be more acceptable to the residents of nearby Timber Pines because less noise will be associated with the auto parts store.
The Dollar General is slated for a parcel on the west side of Mariner, just north of Portillo Road, by Teramore Development LLC.
Final approval for both items rests with the Hernando County Commission.