Planning board approves developments
During its meeting Tuesday night, the Basehor Planning Commission unanimously approved, 7-0, the progress of several developments with uses ranging from multi-family residential to light industrial.
The first of those developments, Hickory Valley, received the Planning Commission's stamp of approval for it's final plat. The development is located on 10 acres of land on the north side of Hickory Street and will contain 25 single-family lots.
Another residential development, Hollingsworth Estates, also was approved during the meeting. The multi-family development contains approximately 70 townhomes and is located on 11 acres of land on Hollingsworth Road.
The Planning Commission voted to extend the development's preliminary plat Tuesday night. It was approved in September 2003, and the deadline for its expiration was approaching, city planner Angela Solberg said. Hollingsworth Estates developers will be submitting a final plat in March, she added.
The last development approved Tuesday night was a resubmitted preliminary plat for Wolf Creek Industrial Park. The development is located on 95 acres of land at the southeast corner of 150th Street and U.S. Highway 24/40.
It will include eight commercial/general business lots and four lots slated for light industrial uses. The revised preliminary plat was approved pending the development's stipulation of three minor engineering changes, which developers agreed to, Solberg said.
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