A “For Sale” sign is seen near a lot at the corner of
Industrial Drive and
Tower Drive on Thursday afternoon in Jackson.
John Ehlke/Daily News
JACKSON — Two proposed Bielinski Homes developments
continue to move through various channels within Village
of Jackson government. One project is a single-family
subdivision; the other, a two-family condominium site.
The Plan Commission reviewed the pair of projects
Thursday, which are at various stages of development.
single-family subdivision, dubbed Laurel Springs, is a
multi-phased project at Cedar Creek Road and Jackson
first phase, which is under the microscope at village
hall, calls for 46 single-family lots. An additional
phase, immediately south, could include another 53
Marketing documents included in commissioners’ packets
offer a glimpse into the Bielinski’s plans for Laurel
company is describing the subdivision as “a highly
desirable, well designed neighborhood with roads that
meander through nearly 45 acres.” Wetlands and streams
will be natural features throughout the site.
Village officials are in the midst of reviewing several
technical details related to Laurel Springs’ first
phase, including a final plat map and an engineering
agreement between Bielinski and the municipality.
separate Bielinski proposal remains at the forefront of
the village’s review process, but might take a bit
longer to come to fruition.
Creekside Villas, as proposed, is an 18-lot, two-family
condominium development proposed on nearly 5 acres of
land near Laurel Springs.
land Creekside Villas could eventually occupy is within
the town of Jackson’s boundaries.
“Annexation will be involved,” Village Administrator
John Walther said. The process of incorporating the land
into the village’s jurisdiction could take several
months from the date the initial application is filed.
the pending logistics still at play, commissioners gave
a favorable recommendation to Bielinski’s concept plan
for Creekside Villas as a first step in advancing the
Village Board will take up the Plan Commission’s
recommendations for Laurel Springs and Creekside Villas
at its next meeting March 13.
other business Thursday, the Plan Commission:
Recommended moving forward with an amendment to a
previously approved planned unit development agreement
related to the commercial property at N168-W20069 Main
Commissioners favored a request to have a U-Haul
dealership on the same premises of the existing
Scheunemann Appliance and TV operation.
U-Haul dealership had previously operated on the
premises of Tennies Ace Hardware, W194-N16714 Eagle
Before recommending approval, commissioners combed
through the plans for the relocated dealership. Trustee
John Kruepke, who sits on the Plan Commission, inquired
if stalls for the U-Haul vehicles should be striped.
sort of want it to look organized, especially on Highway
60,” Kruepke said.
Recommended proceeding with a proposed series of four
storage buildings along Tower Drive. Dittmar Realty is
overseeing the project.
most visible building, at the corner of Tower and
Industrial Drive, will have an enhanced twostory entry
feature with decorative architectural elements,” Dittmar
representatives wrote in a memo.
planned storage buildings, in totality, are expected to
encompass 14,400 square feet on 1.12 acres of land.