Three Basehor developments slated for council consideration
Developers of several new subdivisions are seeking Basehor City Council members' approval on requests ranging from rezoning to preliminary plats.
Council members are scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 5. A work session with department supervisors will take place at 6 p.m.
The developments up for consideration next week -- Barrington Manor, Creek Ridge and Stone Creek -- include approximately 270 single-family homes and nine commercial lots.
Earlier this month, the Basehor Planning Commission unanimously approved the developments.
Barrington Manor, a 40-acre development at 152nd Street and Leavenworth Road, will include 104 single-family homes.
Developers are seeking council approval of its preliminary plat. Stone Creek, a 70-acre development near 166th Street and U.S. Highway 24-40, will include 166 single-family homes; developers are seeking approval of rezoning and preliminary plat.
Creek Ridge is a mixed-use development at the southeast corner of 158th Street and Parallel Road. It is seeking approval of its preliminary plat for phase four, which includes nine commercial lots.
Also slated for the council meeting are:
¢ A maintenance bond agreement for Wolf Creek Industrial Park.
¢ A contract for city administrator position.
Following individual reports from the mayor and council members, officials are scheduled to conduct an executive session to discuss matters of personnel and attorney-client privilege.
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