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Planners hear amendment to Eagle Crossing PUD

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By LILY REX

The Chesterton Advisory Plan Commission conducted a preliminary hearing on an amendment to the planned unit development for the Eagle Crossing apartment complex at its meeting Thursday.

Seven or eight buildings are already up, reported Attorney Greg Babcock, who has been representing In Good Company Inc. on the Eagle Crossing project. The only changes to the PUD are that the parking area has been redesigned to accommodate an easement around a pipeline owned by Buckeye and a fire entrance will be made into a permanent entrance.

Babcock reported that Buckeye has said that it doesn’t want any paving done over the pipeline, which runs through the property. The parking lot had to be made smaller to accommodate this request. The parking spots have also been changed from perpendicular to angled and some parallel parking has been added to avoid cutting down on parking. The original number of spots in the plan has not changed. In Good Company also decided that a temporary entrance that was supposed to become a fire lane after development should become a permanent one-way-in entrance.

The commission set a public hearing for the matter on May 17.

 

 

Posted 4/23/2018

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

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