The Matt Castrucci Auto Mall of Dayton now north of the Dayton Mall plans to move west of the complex to a new location on Byers Road at Lyons Road on the west side of I-75. TY GREENLEES / STAFF

Plans for 127 new homes, auto mall move set for Miamisburg hearing tonight

Separate plans to rezone about 80 acres for a new housing development and an auto mall are set to go before Miamisburg planners tonight.

One project is Courseview at Pipestone, which includes 127 new homes on 42 acres off Miamisburg Springboro Road, according to the city.

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Inverness Homes is interested in building homes on land near Pipestone Golf Club that last year the city annexed from Miami Twp.

The rezoning calls for a change from agricultural to planned residential.

The second proposal involves the planned move by the Matt Castrucci group of dealerships.

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The company has submitted plans to relocate from Mall Park Drive north of the Dayton Mall to Byers Road west of the mall and Interstate 75.

The rezoning involves about 38 acres near the Lyons Road intersection, Miamisburg records show.

The request is to change two parcels from highway service and office service to special development district, according to the city.

Both proposals are set for a public hearing tonight before the Miamisburg Planning Commission. The meeting is set to start at 7 p.m. in city council chambers in the Miamisburg Civic Center, 10 N. First St.

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