Planning commission OKs 18-acre Tomahawk Valley
At its meeting Tuesday, Feb. 7, the Basehor Planning Commission gave developers of a new residential subdivision the authority to begin construction.
The commission approved, 5-0, the final plat for Tomahawk Valley, an 18-acre development between 155th and 158th streets, about a quarter-mile north of U.S. Highway 24-40. City planners said the first phase of Tomahawk Valley will include 55 single-family homes. The development will most likely be built throughout six phases of construction, planners added. Miles Excavating, a Basehor company, is the primary developer of Tomahawk Valley.
In other action, the commission:
¢ Approved, 4-1, the first phase final plat and final development plan for Stone Creek Crossing, a single-family home development of about70 acres at 19049 166th St. Planning commissioner Jason Logsdon was the lone vote of opposition. He voted against approving the development because he disagreed with dimensions of a proposed street.
¢ Approved, 5-0, a lot split for Prairie Gardens.
¢ Approved, 5-0, a timeline extension of the preliminary plat for the Wolf Creek Industrial Park.
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