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Planners approve setback amendments for Easton Park

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By JEFF SCHULTZ

A few lots in the first phase of Easton Park will have their side yard setbacks reduced from five to four feet to correct an oversight.

The Chesterton Plan Commission voted 6-0 to amend the Planned Unit Development for Easton Park to change the setback and to assign corrected addresses and lot numbers.

Eric Gastevich, principal of ATG Real Estate Development, said the lots for the homes are 50 feet wide while the width for the homes are 44 feet. However, the eaves for the roofs would jut out into the setback, which is why the developers wished to get the setback corrected so the eaves would not be in the setback.

Gastvich said there will still be a buffer of at least ten feet in between the homes.

Easton Park is located on 130 acres on the east side of CR 250E at the eastern terminus of East Porter Ave. Gastovich said construction is ready to proceed and the lots are being bought up.

Not present at the 10-minute meeting was Planner Jeff Ton.

 

 

Posted 11/18/2016

 
 
 
 

 

 

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