Compiled by Michael Rheinheimer
The City of Fishers Plan Commission met June 5. Its next meeting will be 6 p.m. July 10 at Fishers City Hall, 1 Municipal Dr. For more, visit fishers.in.us.
What happened: The commission approved Crew Carwash headquarters by a 7-0 vote. Commission member and Fishers City Council President Richard Block motioned the favorable recommendation be sent with the condition that Crew address potential stacking issues.
What it means: If the city council passes the resolution, construction of a new Crew Carwash and corporate headquarters will begin at a later date.
What happened: The commission approved State Farm by a 6-1 vote. Pete Peterson voted against a favorable recommendation. He voiced concern that the office would not fit with nearby development. Plan commission member Brad DeReamer disagreed, saying that Fishers needs to support entrepreneurial developments such as this one. The floor was opened to public comment. Larry Smith, who lives north of the property, raised concerns about residential lighting being set on a timer.
What it means: If council approves the item, the property at 13577 E. 126th St. will be rezoned to commercial property and will be voluntarily annexed. If it is rezoned, the property will serve as a State Farm office. It will be managed by petitioner Clint Wilson.
What happened: The commission approved Britton Falls Planned Unit Development Text Amendment by a 7-0 vote.
What it means: The motion passed with favorable recommendations to the city council. If it passes, the planned unit development ordinance will be amended to allow reduced lot sizes and three-car garages in the Turnberry development at 126th Street and Atlantic Road.