Request to amend the General Plan and zoning designation of a 10 acre parcel from Agriculture and General Agriculture (A-2-40) to Planned Development, to legalize a commercial semi-truck parking facility, which was first cited to be operating without land use permits in 2019. The proposed project will utilize 6.2 acres of the 10 acre parcel for the parking of semi-truck and trailer combinations, accommodating up to 80 graveled parking stalls. The vehicles will solely belong to the on-site operation, spaces will not be rented out non-contracted employees. Additionally, two existing buildings, located on the southwest portion of the project site, will be utilized for the operation; a 1,725 square-foot shop building, offering minor maintenance for trucks parked on-site, and a 1,933 square-foot converted single-family dwelling, to be used as an administrative office. Both the shop and office were converted without obtaining the required building permits. On-site maintenance within the shop building will be limited to visual inspections, tire changes, and fluid checks. No engine repairs or other body work is proposed as part of the project. 12 passenger vehicle parking stalls, for employees, are proposed adjacent to the shop and office buildings. The semi-truck parking portion of the facility will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week; however, the office and shop will only be open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The operation will serve the local food production industry but will include exportation of products out of state. No cargo will be held on-site. The applicant proposes to maintain storm drainage overland, utilizing the vacant southeastern 3.8 acre portion of the site. Additionally, the applicant proposes to utilize the existing domestic well and septic system for the project. The project site will maintain separate entrances for the parking lot and the shop/office area. The site will also be enclosed with combinations of a six-foot-tall chain link and wrought iron fencing, and include frontage landscape, consisting of crape myrtle street trees, hedges, groundcover, and accent plants along West Taylor Road. There is no advertising signage proposed as part of this request.