The Westfield City Council met June 11. The next meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. June 25 at City Hall, 130 Penn St. For more, visit westfield.in.gov.
What happened: The Westfield City Council heard an introduction that would amend the Aurora planned unit development, previously known as Northpoint, which includes a business park near the Ind. 38 and Grassy Branch Road intersection. The amendment would add more than 100 acres to the project. Since it was only an introduction, no action was taken. A public hearing is scheduled for the Advisory Plan Commission meeting at 7 p.m. July 2 at City Hall, 130 Penn St.
What it means: Thirty of the additional acres would be at the southeast corner of Ind. 38 and Grassy Branch Rd. That area would be added to the commerce park section of the development. The remaining 70 acres would be on the southern side of the property and also designed for a commerce park area.
What happened: The council heard an introduction to the Liberty Villas planned unit development. Since it was an introduction, no action was taken. A public hearing is scheduled for the Advisory Plan Commission meeting at 7 p.m. July 2 at City Hall, 130 Penn St.
What it means: The development is a rezone to allow for a 22-acre property at the southwest corner of 151st Street and Ditch Road. If approved, it will include 84 single-family attached units with two units per structure.
What happened: The council approved the Davis planned unit development, 5-1, with Cindy Spoljaric voting against.
What it means: The development is comprised of 80 acres on the west side of Ditch Road between 156th and 161st streets. It will include 125 single-family residences. Since the developer made verbal commitments at past meetings, council members Mark Keen and Chuck Lehman agreed that the process of approvals might change in the future.