The Greenville plan commission has recommended to the city council that a preliminary subdivision plat be approved for a parcel north of the former Alco building, along Idler Lane.
The property extends from Idler Lane, west to Dewey Street.
A company known as Bond County Storage is planning to erect rental storage units. As part of the development, Bond County Storage will be constructing associated infrastructure, driveways, utilities, storm water drainage and a sidewalk.
Joe Craver, city zoning administrator, reported the property is zoned properly to be used for storage units.
The units will be accessible from Idler Lane. This will require dirt work to bring it up to grade. Craver said the company will be required to have a dust-free parking area.
He said J.C. Properties of Effingham is the owner of the property and Bond County Storage is a firm created by Brad Voyles and Howard Green.
The Greenville City Council will consider the plan commission’s recommendation at its meeting Tuesday night.