Zionsville’s Plan Commission met at on June 19 at the Zionsville Town Hall. Attorneys representing Pulte Homes, Henke Development Group and CalAtlantic updated the commission on their current projects.
What happened: Matt Price, a Zionsville-based attorney speaking on behalf of Little League International and Pulte Homes, said he received word the week prior that Little League will not be moving forward with the planned headquarters location on a 15-acre property at 8602 E. County Road 500 South in Zionsville. Price said Pulte Homes agreed to re-notify homeowners if it plans to move forward with the development.
What it means: For months leading up to the decision, remonstrators expressed concerns with the Pulte development. A group of Zionsville residents launched a petition in early June. Shortly after the petition gained supporters, Little League announced it would look elsewhere for its headquarters. With the most recent announcement, the headquarters is no longer under way at 8602 E. County Road 500 South.
What’s next: Pulte Homes will re-notify the homeowners if it plans to move forward with development on C.R. 500 South. The Zionsville Local Organizing Committee still hopes to find a home for the Little League headquarters in Boone County.