The Islamic Center of North Fulton tonight will petition the Alpharetta City Council to modify rezoning conditions to allow for the construction of an additional building.
The council will hear the request during its public hearing and meeting tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Alpharetta City Hall.
The center wants the city to change one rezoning condition imposed in 2004, which would allow the center to build two new buildings: a main, 6,300-square-foot building and a 1,600-square-foot communing hall. The Alpharetta Planning Commission earlier this month voted 6-1 to recommend approval.
Council members will also hear a request from North Point Bowling Alley to amend conditions of zoning in the North Point Commons Master Plan.
The company is requesting the city to change the conditions to allow for a 60,000-square-foot bowling lanes family entertainment facility on 5.02 acres on the east side of Haynes Bridge Road in the development.
The planning commission unanimously voted to recommend approval of the request.
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