2 subdivisions up for review
The Basehor Planning Commission is scheduled to host two public hearings next week regarding two residential developments that could add approximately 60 new residences to the city upon completion.
The first of those public hearings concerns Hickory Valley, a single-family residential development at Hickory and 158th Streets. Planning Commission members will decide whether to authorize rezoning the 11-acre property from suburban residential to single family residential and whether to approve the development's preliminary plat.
The development will add 25 homes when completed. John Bonee, a member of the Basehor City Council, is the Hickory Valley developer.
The second public hearing is scheduled to consider the preliminary development plan and preliminary plat for the third phase of Creek Ridge, a mixed-use residential development located along Parallel Road, west of 155th Street. Creek Ridge has 25 single-family homes platted for phase one, 19 duplexes or 38 units in phase two and 10 tri-plexes and five duplexes for phase three.
The public hearings are slated to begin at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 7 at Basehor City Hall.
Meanwhile, the Basehor Board of Zoning Appeals is also scheduled to meet Tuesday night. Board members will listen to requests for variances from Bonee for property at 15531 Maple St. and from Jermoe and Judith Hundley for property at 15325 S. Circle Dr.
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