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Springboro council OKs new housing, meets neighbor concern

The Springboro City Council tonight approved, with conditions, rezoning and the general plan for 2.3 acres at 1360 S. Main Street in Springboro.

The housing development, to be known as Streamside at Heatherwoode, had been opposed by residents of the 212-home Heatherwoode community.

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The land for the proposed development is just north of the entrance to Heatherwoode, which features the city-owned golf course.

The proposed development’s property owners, the Daniel Family Trust, want to develop a 7-lot subdivision.

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Staff and the planning commission have recommended approval.

On Thursday, the council - except Mayor John Agenbroad, who recused himself because he lives across Main Street, Ohio 741 in Springboro, from the development area - discussed the issue before the formal meeting to consider issues that included the association formed to represent the residents of the development and liability for its maintenance.

Heatherwoode residents have expressed concern about the new homeowners being represented by a separate homeowners association.

As a condition of approval, the council required the developer to work out questions about the homeowners association before breaking ground.

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City Manager Chris Pozzuto also emphasized that the developer would need to meet other guidelines before winning permission to begin construction.

The conditional approval was passed by council after a work session but before arrival of the developer’s representatives and all but one of the Heatherwoode residents attending the meeting.

Shawn Hunter, president of the Heatherwoode association, thanked the council and said he looked forward to continued cooperation as the development moved forward.

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