Shelbyville Planning Commission is inundated with applications for future development—all indicating that growth is imminent within the City limits.
Shelbyville Municipal Planning Commission will meet 6 p.m. Thursday in regular session at Shelbyville Recreation Center, discussing many of those development options.
On the agenda is a consideration for the preliminary plat for a Stonegate Estates Subdivision—Phase 2. (Location and more details in future edition of T-G.)
New business will include consideration of the final plat for Stone Throw Subdivision—Phase 3—and consideration of revisions to the preliminary plat for Dover Way subdivision.
The planning commission will also consider the pattern (regulations) book for Walking Horse Estates PUD.
The commission has on its agenda as well to consider rezoning property referred to as Tax Map 69 Parcel (58.07) from residential low density to residential high density to allow for the development of an elementary school. This is near the 437 Bypass and Fairfield Pike.
A subdivision and lot combination for parcels located close to the intersections of Woodbury and Sevier Streets and Colloredo Boulevard are also to be considered at this meeting.
Preliminary plats for town homes (Cedar Glade) and a subdivision (Global Manor) will be discussed by the planners.
The planning commission has also planned an update on the City of Shelbyville’s Comprehensive Plan. This plan is anticipated to include such aspects as a design overlay for the City.
Interested members of the public may attend this meeting in Meeting Room B at the Rec Center.