TROY — Troy City Council will close out the year with two ordinances on its agenda at the 7 p.m. meeting Monday at City Hall.
The first ordinance is to amend the general plan of Stonebridge Meadows development. The ordinance will have its third reading. The law and ordinance committee met on Dec. 15 following a public hearing at the Dec. 7 meeting. At the public hearing, approximately five residents opposed the changes proposed by the developer Judy Tomb of Summerfield Land Company. The committee recommended that the ordinance “be amended to include a provision that any changes to the CC&Rs after the Amendment to Declaration of Subdivision, establishing Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions the developer filed with the Miami County Recorder in October of 2015 would be subject to Council approval, and that amended 0-41-2015 be adopted to approve the amendment to the General Plan portion of the Stonebridge Meadows Planned Development regarding Phase Four.”
Last October, Stonebridge Development owner Judy Tomb applied for the proposed changes of phase four of the development, including razing an existing brick home and outbuildings on a 1.66-acre lot and the reconfiguration by increasing the development’s total lots from 134 to 138 lots.
If council approves the amendment, the ordinance will then be considered for adoption at the Jan. 4 council meeting.
The second ordinance on the agenda seeks to amend benefit provisions for non-bargaining unit employees. It is designated as an emergency.
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