Zionsville Plan Commission vote a setback for 200 West development


By Ann Marie Shambaugh

The Zionsville Plan Commission on June 20 unanimously voted to give the 200 West mixed-use development an unfavorable recommendation. The Zionsville Town Council will have the final say on the project, which is proposed on 4.32 acres on Sycamore Street west of Main Street.

Several Zionsville residents spoke against the development, expressing concerns about increased traffic, potential drainage problems and more.

“I’m less enamored with this project as it is presented at this point in time as I was when it was first presented,” ZPC vice president Jay Parks said. “It hasn’t solved some of the problems we have, and it will potentially increase the problems we do have.”

This story will be updated.

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