The following were among actions taken at the Jan. 5 meeting of the Alexandria Planning Commission. For more information, call 838-4666.

The following preliminary site plans were approved:

DUKE ST., 2912 -- By Duke Street Lubrication Inc. to demolish a building and to construct a three-bay, 4,200 square foot public garage. A site plan is needed for demolition. 7 to 0.

EISENHOWER AVE., 2000 -- By GT Metro Limited Partnership to expand a 200-seat restaurant by constructing a 3,704 square foot kitchen addition. 7 to 0.

JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY., 2200 -- By Potomac Airgas Inc. to demolish a building and to construct a one-story retail building, a one-story warehouse and a covered loading dock. A site plan is needed for demolition. 7 to 0.

MADISON ST., 601 -- By Madison Street Associates to construct an 8,434 square foot addition to an office building. 7 to 0.

REED AVE. E., 111 -- By Alexandria One Associates to restripe a parking lot and to add 15 parking spaces. 7 to 0.

The following requests were approved:

BRADDOCK RD. W., 1415 -- By John R. Keating allowing him to use land near an existing church that had been allowed for use only by emergency vehicles.. 6 to 1.

DUKE ST., 2912 -- By Duke Street Lubrication Inc. for a special use permit to operate a public garage as an automotive lubrication service. 7 to 0.

DUKE ST., 3120 -- By Somphone and Bouakhay Sayasithesena for a one-year review of a special use permit for a car sales business. 7 to 0.

EISENHOWER AVE., 2000 -- By G.T. Construction Co. Inc. for a special use permit to expand a 200-seat restaurant by expanding the kitchen. 7 to 0.

GORDON ST. S., 150 -- By Washington International Teleport Inc. for a special use permit to place a television transmitting antenna nine feet above the roof of a building. 7 to 0.

MILL RD., 2380-2410 -- By Mill Two Associates Partnership to change the zoning from industrial use with a height limit of 77 feet to all uses with a height limit of 150 feet. 7 to 0.

MILL RD., 2425-2939 -- By Telegraph-Mill Partnership to change the zoning from industrial use with a height limit of 77 feet to all uses with a height limit of 150 feet. 7 to 0.

NELSON AVE. E., 405-415 -- By the City of Alexandria to change the zoning from residential use with a 45 foot height limit to residential use with a 35 foot height limit. 7 to 0.

PICKETT ST. S., 801 -- By Peter G. Summers for a special use permit to operate a 40-seat restaurant in an indoor softball stadium. 4 to 3.

QUAKER LA. N., 10 and 12 -- By Robert K. Werner and Alfred and Joan G. Minnich to change the zoning from single-family residential to multi-family/row house residential. 7 to 0.

QUAKER LA. N., 22 -- By John W. Garrett to change the zoning from single-family residential to multi-family/row house residential. 6 to 1.

QUAKER LA. N., 35 -- By Peter G. Mikelson and Margaret Shumaker to change the zoning from single-family residential to multi-family/row house residential. 6 to 1.

REED AVE. E., 111 -- By Alexandria One Associates for a special use permit to operate an off-street parking lot. 7 to 0.

ROYAL ST. N., 1105 -- By Marshall Avery Gunter for a special use permit to operate a health club. 7 to 0.

SLATERS LA., 635 -- By Physical Sciences Inc. for a special use permit to operate a research laboratory. 7 to 0.

TELEGRAPH RD., 110 -- By Telegraph-Mill Partnership to change the zoning from industrial use with a height limit of 77 feet to all uses with a height limit of 150 feet. 7 to 0.

The following requests were denied:

EAST AND WEST SIDES OF WEST BRADDOCK ROAD BETWEEN I-395 AND NORTH BEAUREGARD STREET -- By the estate of Paul T. Stone for a transportation management plan for a proposed 1.8 million square foot commercial/office/residential project. 7 to 0.

MOUNT VERNON AVE., 1413-1415 -- By the City of Alexandria to change the zoning from residential with a 45 foot height limit to residential with a 35 foot height limit. 7 to 0.

The following preliminary site plan was denied:

EAST AND WEST SIDES OF WEST BRADDOCK ROAD BETWEEN I-395 AND NORTH BEAUREGARD STREET -- By the estate of Paul T. Stone to construct seven buildings with a combined total of 1.8 million square feet for office, commercial and residential use with 360 condominium units. 7 to 0.