Noblesville Common Common council approves rezones, subdivision development plans

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By Sadie Hunter

The Noblesville Common Council met Aug. 23 in the Noblesville City Hall Council Chambers for a regular meeting. The next meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Sept. 13 at city hall, 16 S. 10th St., Noblesville.

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What happened: The council denied an ordinance of amendments for Union Crossing Planned Development.

Why it matters: After a failed motion from the Noblesville Plan Commission at its Aug. 15 meeting, the Noblesville Common Council followed suit, denying requests and amendments for elevations, reduction of lots, increased lot size, addition of a playground and common area and increases of square footage for the Union Crossing subdivision at the southeast corner of Ind. 32/38 and Union Chapel Road in Noblesville.

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What happened: The council discussed an ordinance of amendments for Conner Crossing subdivision’s Albany Ridge section.

Why it matters: The ordinance is for a preliminary development plan of the 111-lot section of the overall 324-lot subdivision’s preliminary development plan to add six lots, bringing the total number of lots to 330, north of 191st Street, west of Little Chicago Road and south of Ind. 38.

What’s next: The council will vote on the ordinance at its next meeting Sept. 13.

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What happened: The council discussed an ordinance for property at 1255 S. 16th St., Noblesville.

Why it matters: The ordinance, if approved, will rezone the five-acre property from R4 moderate high-density one- and two- family residential to R5 multi-family residential. Petitioner and developer RealAmerica Development, LLC,  requested the rezoning for a project that “caters to seniors on a limited income,” according to city documents. RealAmerica has plans to apply for rental housing tax credits, and the 72 housing units would be available to individuals over 55 making less than 60 percent of area median income.

What’s next: The council will vote on the ordinance at its next meeting Sept. 13.

 

What happened: The council approved an ordinance for rezoning property at 1700 Conner St. for the Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville.

Why it matters: This ordinance changes zoning on the property for the development of the new Boys & Girls Club of Noblesville from R1/GUO Residential Government Use Overlay to PB Planned Business.

What’s next: The council unanimously approved the ordinance on first reading. The ordinance is now in effect.

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What happened: The council discussed an ordinance to rezone property approximately just south of 186th Street in Noblesville, east of Moontown Road, and adopt a preliminary development plan for Pebble Brook Villas, adjacent to Pebble Brook Golf Course.

Why it matters: This ordinance, if approved, will rezone the 30-acre property from R4 moderate to high-density single-family residential to R4/PD residential planned development for 88 lots.

What’s next: The council will vote on the ordinance at its next meeting Sept. 13.

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What happened: The council approved an ordinance for the adoption of a planned development overlay for approximately 35 acres south of Pleasant Street and West of Union Chapel Road.

Why it matters: The land is being proposed for rezoning for Metro Enterprise Park, an industrial park.

What’s next: The ordinance was passed unanimously on first reading and is now in effect.


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