101 acres of Warren County farmland wanted for housing

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A property owner has requested rezoning of 101.6 acres of farmland at 2007 Lytle-Five Points Road for residential development.

The land, owned by Clark Ventures, is near the Warren-Montgomery county line.

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It is on both sides of Lytle-Five Points Road, 36.7 acres on the south side to be rezoned to suburban residential zone, 64.9 acres on the north side to be zoned for residential zoning.

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The rezoning would enable residential development to jump from 58 to up to 172 lots with sewer service, according a staff report by the Warren County Regional Planning Commission.

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The owner plans to extend sewers from the Villages at Winding Creek.

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The project is to be considered by the Warren County Regional Planning Commission Executive Committee on Thursday.

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The meeting begins at 1 p.m. at the county administration building, 406 Justice Dr. in Lebanon. For more information, call 513-695-1224.

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