Cloverbrook Farms looks to add 20 lots

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By Brad Bowman

The Triple S Planning Commission will hear a proposed final plat for Cloverbrook Farms subdivision at Tuesday’s meeting at the Stratton Center, 215 Washington Street in Shelbyville.

The Cloverbrook Farms Phase II will add 20 lots zoned into R-4 for Single-Family residences.

According to Triple S Planning Commission’s Executive Director Ryan Libke, work will continue off an approved preliminary plot for the whole subdivision.

“The lots will be anywhere from 5,000 square feet to 6,200 square feet,” he said. “They will have to make the plots, build the road extending to Edgemont Road and put in water and sewer like you would in any typical subdivision.”

The subdivision could add more lots in the future, Libke noted.


Also at the meeting, the commission will:

§  Review the transcript and findings of fact for a the zone change on the Kitty Walters Caudill and Bob Walters property on the south east corner of the intersection of Buck Creek Road and Interstate 64. The commission recommended the zone change from Agricultural to Limited Interchange (X-1) at the March meeting.

§  Hear a request for an amended plat for Majestic Oaks, section 2, tract 38-39. The request is to divide the tract into two lots. The property is zoned Agricultural.

§  Hear bond releases of $22,877.40 for Ohio Valley Aluminum and $89,142 for the Eaton Corporation.