The Independence Planning Commission will have to wait another two months to learn more about plans to convert one historic home in a bed and breakfast.

The Independence Planning Commission will have to wait another two months to learn more about plans to convert one historic home in a bed and breakfast.

In a 10-minute meeting Tuesday night, commission members approved the continuation of a special use permit case involving the Napoleon B. Stone home at 1114 S. Noland Road, just north of 23rd Street.

Melanie Johnson made application with the city to turn the Greek Revival plantation-style house – which dates back to 1856 – into a bed and breakfast. That case will be heard at the April 24 Planning Commission meeting. The 3,700-square-foot mansion was up for sale in late 2010 with an asking price of $285,000.

Commission members Tuesday night also approved a home business permit for Susan Warner at 1120 W. Truman Road. Warner plans to run Project Shimmy, a dance instruction business, from her residence. She’ll teach one to four clients, ages 16 and older, with most lessons during the evening hours.

City staff members laid out the following conditions for the home business permit: The business may only take place between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m.; no more than four clients may be on the site at one time, except during lesson turnover; and all pertinent state and local licenses must be obtained and be kept current.

The Planning Commission’s recommendation now goes before the City Council for its consideration and final vote.

The commission will meet again in two weeks, on March 13.