85-acre division accepted at special called meeting
By Todd Martin
Wednesday, June 12, 2013 at 2:00 am (Updated: June 12, 2:01 am)
The Triple S Planning Commission had a very brief special called meeting on Thursday at Shelbyville City Hall to address the division of the Payne Farm, an 85-acre parcel zoned Agricultural on Rockbridge Road.
The request to divide the property into five lots, including one with the current home, was approved with no discussion.
The reason for a special called meeting was because no one was available at the commission’s meeting on May 21 to answer questions posed by four adjacent property owners in attendance.
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