Compiled by Michael Rheinheimer
The Zionsville Plan Commission met July 15. The next meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. Aug. 19 at Zionsville Town Hall, 1100 W. Oak St. For more, visit zionsville-in.gov.
What happened: The Zionsville Plan Commission approved Viewegh Properties @ Stonegate, LLC, 6–0.
What it means: The petitioner is authorized to file building permits for the construction of a 6,974-square-foot commercial residential structure in the Rural Urban Business Zoning District at 7623 and 7625 W. Stonegate Dr. The planned building will be zoned for commercial development on the lower levels and residential apartments on the upper levels. The current architectural plan shows entry to the residential area separate to the entry to the commercial zone.
What happened: The commission approved Hub I-65’s Petition for Primary Plat Approval, 6–0.
What it means: The petitioner will record and submit a secondary plat for review and approval. If the secondary plat is approved, it will be able to submit building permits.
What happened: The commission approved Hub I-65’s Petition for Development Plan Amendment, 6–0.
What it means: The petitioner will be able to submit building permits for the construction of a 219,240-square-foot and 846,720-square-foot buildings in the Rural Industrial Zoning District, pending secondary plat approval.
What happened: The commission approved Hoosier Village’s Petition for Development Plan Amendment, 6–0.
What it means: The council approved the change to the Village’s guardhouse’s outward appearance. At a previous meeting, the council approved the development plan which allows it to be built. The item only dealt with the guardhouse’s cosmetic appearance.