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The plan was initially rejected in the zoning approval process because it didn’t take into account a thoroughfare plan established in the 1980s to straighten a 90-degree turn on Wilmington-Dayton Road.
Tiffany said in a telephone interview today that traffic has increased on that stretch of road because of residential growth south of the township, where people commute from homes to jobs at the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
“The traffic was an issue,” Tiffany said. “To compound the problem without addressing the traffic needs isn’t a good idea.”
As Oberer Homes goes back to the drawing board, township officials have cancelled an April 24 public meeting that was scheduled at the middle school.
This news organization is reaching out to the developer for comment.