Public hearing Monday for single-family development in Hartland

By BRANDON ANDEREGG - Freeman Staff

April 21, 2018

HARTLAND - The Village Board will hold a public hearing on Monday at 7 p.m. for the rezoning of a parcel of land on the eastern side of Hartland on East Capitol Drive, according to the agenda.

A developer purchased a parcel of land where Sluggerís bar once stood at 1272 E. Capitol Drive, said Village Administrator David Cox. He added that residents may remember that Habitat for Humanity proposed building single-family homes on the property, but the proposal was denied in July of 2016.

Craig and Amy Eisenhut, the Hartland couple who purchased the land, are asking the board to have the property rezoned for single-family homes and the three acres of land divided into three parcels, said Cox. The couple has indicated to the board that they will build three homes, live in one of them and sell the others, Cox said.

The Plan Commission gave final consideration regarding the zoning of the property and reviewed a certified survey map dividing the subject parcel into three parcels. The commission recommended approval of the zoning change and approval of the CSM subject to the Village Boardís action on the zoning, according to the meeting e-packet.

Additionally, the commission conditioned the approval of the development on adding a line delineating the edge of the parcelís environmental area.

The hearing will take place at Village Hall, 100 E. Park Ave.

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