members couldn't trust what they were being told because some other things haven't worked out the way they were promised."
2 developers submit plans for Indian Lake apartments
Ward 5 Alderman Darrell Woodcock asked if approving this plan would open Cleveland Indians Cap the city up to a lawsuit since another developer has submitted plans for an apartment complex as well.
A plan submitted by Tennessee Holdings, a company owned by investors Stan Fields and Rob Horton, was denied a recommendation by the Hendersonville Regional Planning Commission on March 18. That plan, a change to Phase IIIB of the development's final master development Nike Air Jordan Hat
The overall plan for Indian Lake Village allows 1,200 residential units but stipulates that only 600 of those are rental units. With the Cantare at Indian Lake Village (formerly called Watermark) and Aventura apartment complexes, there are 504 apartments in the development. A total of 108 for sale townhomes are currently under construction.
Planning Director Fred Rogers said after the meeting whose project receives precedence may not be up to the city.
With Hendersonville planners allowing just 94 more rental units in Indian Lake Village, two separate developers have submitted plans for apartments within the 400 acre development.
B J Holdings submitted on March 31 a site plan for a four story, 94 unit complex on Saundersville Road. That company is represented by Randy Hoffman, one of Indian Lake Village's original developers. That project is expected to be on the Nike Hats Color
The plan calls for 94 apartments and 128 homes that will range from 1,800 to 2,500 square feet in size smaller than those originally proposed.
At that meeting, Don Ames, who is the Board of Mayor and Aldermen's representative on the commission, said he's now in favor of the project.
General Committee members unanimously voted to send the final master development plan revision back to the planning commission, which will meet on Tuesday.
Despite the planning commission's disapproval, developers brought the project to the city's General Committee on Tuesday.
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Decision may come down to declarant rights
"It was presented by the wrong person," Kimbrough told General Committee members. "Perhaps some of the Nike Cap Blue
Ames said that although the project was deferred by planning members two weeks prior, he didn't believe members had enough time to fully research the project.
Rogers said it could be settled by members of the Indian Lake Village Association.
"There's no short answer to that," Rogers said. "That's a matter we'll have to discuss with the city attorney, but we understand there are declarant rights."
plan, proposed 94 apartments and 128 single family homes near the current Cantare at Indian Lake Village apartments behind the Indian Lake Cinemas.
Since that time, former Hendersonville Mayor Charles Kimbrough and former Public Works Director Jim Harrison have both been hired as consultants for the project.
"The question is who controls the declarant rights, and that's a private matter between the various properties in this development," he said.
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