TROY — The city of Troy’s Planning Commission approved two right-of-way dedications at its special meeting Tuesday.
City council’s community and economic development committee will meet today at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall to review the Planning Commission’s recommendation.
On Tuesday, the Planning Commission approved a dedication of right-of-way along the east side of Experiment Farm Road, just south of 1501 Experiment Farm Road. (The Avenue). The right-of-way to be dedicated is 2.451 acres of existing Inlot 6898. The new replat will encompass a 73.230 acre parcel along the east side of Experiment Farm Road. (across the road to the east of Vectren and the city of Troy garage).
The Planning Commission also approved a dedication of right-of-way along the south side of W. Market Street and State Route 55 (across from Horizon Court West), west of Barnhart Road.
The right-of-way to be dedicated is .189 acres of existing Inlot 7159. The new replat will encompass a 14.376 acre parcel along the south side of West Market Street and State Route 55 and the west side of Barnhart Road (south of 1200 Barhnart Road).
The Planning Commission did not take action on the tabled Stonebridge Meadows Final Development Plan proposal.
The issue unanimously was tabled at the Aug. 26 meeting. The proposal requests to remove an existing house and barn and to reconfigure Phase 4 of the development. The reconfiguration proposes to increase the development’s lots by four new lots in Phase 4. According to the minutes, it would not alter phase 5-7.
Staff did not recommend the change due to the alterations would increase the density of the development, create lots smaller than desired and nearly double the amount of lots in the development that are defined as medium to high density by Troy’s Comprehensive Plan.
The proposal remains tabled to allow the owner, Judy Tomb, more time to reconfigure the amended development proposal.