The Honey Creek subdivision is closer to becoming a reality thanks to approval of a final site plan at the August 11 regular meeting of the Scio Township Board of Trustees.
In a 5-0 vote (DeLong and Read absent) the Scio township board of trustees approved the Planned Unit Development and final site plan for phases 1V and 1E as well as approving a development agreement, master deed and bylaws.
David Stollman, president of Biltmore Development and Scott Betzholdt, project engineer from Midwestern Consulting, went before the board.
The location of the Honey Creek subdivision is on the east side of Staebler Road, north of Park Road and south of Jackson Road (south of the Menards store.)
It includes 133 acres of vacant land, 42 acres of which would be open space and 12 acres of woodlands and hedgerows with Honey Creek as the subdivision’s northern boundary.
The subdivision will consist of 315 single residential units with frontage on private roads. The lots come in two sizes-Village and Estate, with the Estate lots located toward the south end of the development.
Roads within the Honey Creek subdivision will be private roads and the existing Farmer’s Bridge across the creek will be maintained.