The Zionsville Plan Commission is expected to discuss several proposed developments at its Feb. 19 meeting, but a plan to convert the former Wolf Run Golf Course into a neighborhood will likely not be one of them.
Jim Shinaver, an attorney representing developer Stan Burton, sent a letter to the Zionsville planning department Feb. 2 asking for a 60-day continuance to allow time to refine the plan.
The letter states that since the Jan. 16 plan commission meeting, developers have had discussions with Hamilton Southeastern Utilities about a possible lift station and other sewer infrastructure needs and the Boone County Surveyors Office about drainage. It also states that developers are determining if they can eliminate a proposed entrance off of CR 900 E and are reviewing the proposed lot count, among other issues.
The plan as presented in January included 349 homes ranging in size and style on 223 acres. Nearby residents packed the December 2017 and January ZPC meetings primarily to remonstrate against the proposal, although some neighbors expressed support. Developers are requesting a rezoning of the land from R-1 residential to a planned unit development.
If the ZPC approves the 60-day continuance, the project would be discussed at a meeting set for 7 p.m. April 16.
Also on the February agenda are proposals for a new memory care facility and commercial and residential structure.
Grand Brook of Zionsville Memory Care is proposed on 3.68 acres at 11870 Sandy Drive. It includes 36 beds in a 35,000-square-foot building designed by Studio M Architecture and developed by Ellipsis Real Estate.
A two-story building with retail on the ground floor and residential on the second level is proposed at 7621 W. Stonegate Drive. The building is proposed to be 3,304 square feet.
The next ZPC meeting is set for 7 p.m. Feb. 20.