The St. Clair Board of Aldermen approved ordinances and resolutions regarding plats and subdivisions at the Thursday, May, 24, meeting.

The first ordinance discussed was concerning property lines of a plat located at 1515 N. Commercial St. By adjusting the property lines, this will solve encroachments of a parking lot and dumpster located in the Hillcrest subdivision.

“All parties have agreed to this and have sent this paper work in,” City Administrator Travis Dierker said.

The planning and zoning commission reviewed and approved this at the May 14 meeting.

The board voted 3-0 in favor of approving the property line adjustments. Alderwoman Barb McGlenn was absent.

An ordinance approving a resubdivison of 335 Bell St. was approved. Dierker said the applicant wants to dissolve the boundary line between his property and another lot in order to build a garage on his primary residence.

The planning and zoning commission reviewed and approved this at the May 14 meeting. The board voted 3-0 in favor of approving the resubdivision of the boundary line.

A resolution for a site plan for Ealer Properties, LLC was approved. The site plan is a 3,600-square-foot industrial warehouse storage unit at 201 Highway AB.

The planning and zoning commission reviewed and approved the site plan at the May 14 board meeting. The board voted 3-0 in favor of approving the site plan.

A resolution for a site plan for a 4,000-square-foot addition to Jerry’s Metal Finishing was approved. The planning and zoning commission approved the site plan at the May 16 meeting.

The board voted 3-0 in favor of approving the site plan.

A resolution for a home occupant request for Cozy Bailey at 1135 Virginia Mines Road was approved. The request is to allow the landscaping business to be operated out of the home, as well as allow for tool storage.

“There will be on-site storage of job-related materials, so no heavy equipment (will) be stored on the property,” Dierker said.

The home occupant request was reviewed and approved at the planning and zoning May 16 meeting. The board voted 3-0 in favor of approving the home occupant request.