Locust Grove City Council approves subdivision plan

The Locust Grove City Hall approved a subdivision plat and tabled a vote on expansion of the Historic Preservation District Overlay.
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The Locust Grove City Hall approved a subdivision plat and tabled a vote on expansion of the Historic Preservation District Overlay.

The Locust Grove City Council voted unanimously at its Nov. 4 regular meeting to approve a final plat for the Indian Grove subdivision at the intersection of Tanger Blvd. and Indian Creek Road.

A total of 87 lots are planned for the 35.5-acre site, which will include 5.21 acres of open space, according to a city staff report. It is zoned R-3 (medium/high-density single family residential). In a separate action, the council tabled until its Dec. 3 meeting an ordinance that would rezone about three acres and amend the official zoning map to extend the city’s Historic Preservation District Overlay and include properties along the west side of Cleveland Street south of Carter Lane.