Feldmeyer isn’t opposed to homes being built in the neighborhood, but he is concerned about how many would be constructed on the property.
“I don’t have any problem with the homes being built here, but it just needs to not be so compact,” Feldmeyer said. “If you’re going to make them that compact, give us a larger green space that will truly be a park.”
Tom Peebles with Sugarcreek Twp.-based Peebles Homes said he met with Feldmeyer and others in the neighborhood Tuesday and said he plans to leave 3-5 acres for their green space.
Peebles plans to file a zoning appeal for the property within 60 days and the township says the redevelopment plan is in its early stages.
There will be additional opportunities to voice their opinions if a zoning appeal is filed.
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