The fate of proposed legislation outlining definitions and regulations on mobile and manufactured homes and related items will soon be determined by the Pine Bluff City Council.

The fate of proposed legislation outlining definitions and regulations on mobile and manufactured homes and related items will soon be determined by the Pine Bluff City Council.

The planning commission, meeting in regular session on Tuesday afternoon, voted unanimously to recommend the package to the council for its approval. The commission decision followed a public hearing in which no public comments were received.

The legislation includes definitions of mobile home, mobile home park, mobile or modular office, modular home, manufactured housing, prefab or prefabricated, prefab or prefabricated dwelling, anchoring, foundations, portable storage container, building principal, building accessory and recreational vehicle.

In other action, the commission:

• Tabled a request by Lighthouse Charter School for placement of four temporary classrooms at the southeast corner of West Second Avenue and Beech Street. Additional information was requested by the city to fully determine the need of the addition.

• Approved requests for construction of additions to two churches, Kingdom of God Ministries at 700 South Grant St. and United Missionary Baptist Church at 5601 Cheatham St.

Prior to the planning commission session, the group considered two items as zoning adjustment board.

The panel upheld a zoning official’s restriction on retail sales at a 3120 South Hazel St. structure, which is within a residential-business zoned area. Store operator Kenny Poindexter will be allowed to sell only antiques at the business.

The board also endorsed a staff-initiated variance request to allow fencing material other than what is allowed by ordinance within industrial-zoned areas.