Sherman’s Planning & Zoning Commission will consider a request for a zoning change and site plan approval for a proposed apartment complex at 712 South Willow Street when it meets Tuesday at 5 p.m. in the council chambers of City Hall.

Owner Mendi Salejeski is requesting the approvals for Willow Street Apartments, which will be 14,638 square feet over two stories with 19 single-unit apartments. Plans for the apartments call for it to also have 40 parking spaces and a six foot tall masonry fence surrounding it.

The owner is also requesting to replat the property from nine lots into one lot, but that request is part of the commission’s consent agenda, which is made up of routine items. The request to change the property’s zoning from its current one-family residential district to a multi-family residential district will be taken up by the commission in open session.

The only other item not on the consent agenda is for the commission’s board of adjustments. The board will consider a request for a variance to allow a three foot setback from the main structure at 706 Clay Lane for a detached accessory building instead of the normally required six foot setback.