On the agenda for tonight's Regular City Council Meeting is to decide on to approve this plan or reject upon recommendation of the commission. The plan proposed is a rezoning of six acres on Lytle-Five Points east of 741. The council could approve the plan even though it was rejected by the commission. It will be interesting to see how Council votes.
There are many neighbors and residents of Springboro that are opposing such a plan. Leslie Marsh, resident of Springboro, has submitted a letter to City Council and to The Springboro Voice. Here is the letter that Marsh has submitted for Council and Residents to consider.
It is the responsibility of this council to prevent the wholesale rape of our landscapes, and the responsible purchase and use of properties within the boundaries of the city. Any move on the part of this council to continue allowing unnecessary rezoning and construction when prior projects are still languishing is irresponsible at best.
For a full story concerning the matter by Lawrence Budd of DDN click here.
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