Access to the site is being provided by two commercial entrances from U.S. 301. The stores will be served by internal roads and not have separate driveway entrances from the main highway. Jack Green, Director of Community Development, reminded the Planning Commission that it had previously approved the final plat that created the pad site and it was time to review and approve details of the residual acres. The Planning Commission voted unanimously to approve the King George Gateway Subdivision Final Plat, which contains five lots zoned for commercial uses. One has been earmarked for a bank and another planned to contain an AutoZone store, for which a building permit has been submitted. They will be served by water and sewer provided by the King George Service Authority.