Developers delay review of plans for historic Springboro farm

The Springboro Planning Commission is not expected to review plans for development of the historic Easton Farm next week.

The proposal for a mix of retail, home and multi-family housing on more than 80 acres of the farm on North Main Street was not listed on an agenda released today for the commission’s meeting next Wednesday.

City staff and commissioners sent Hills Properties back to the drawing board after reviewing the developer’s proposal for the land on Jan. 11.

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It was unclear if Hills would resubmit for the Feb. 8 planning meeting, when Meijer is expected present plans for a store, other retail and residential development on a former farm on Central Avenue, Ohio 73 in Springboro.

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The only item on Wednesday’s meeting agenda is a plan for a day care center in the Village Park planned development, just north of the Easton Farm. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. at city hall, 320 W. Central Ave. in Springboro.

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