Council nixes zoning request
PRINCETON — The Princeton City Council has denied a request to rezone property in the Epperson Hills Subdivision from residential to manufacturing.
At Monday’s meeting, the council voted to uphold a unanimous recommendation from the Princeton Plan Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals to deny a rezoning petition from Phillip Erickson to rezone Lots 2, 3 and 4 of the Epperson Hills Subdivision from Residential 1-A to Manufacturing M-2.
In giving some history to that area, zoning officer Pete Nelson said the Epperson Hills Subdivision, which is located on the west edge of Princeton, was not annexed into the city limits when the first house was built there. The area appeared to be destined for manufacturing and was home to the Jack Davis concrete business. However in time, the area became more residential. The entire 15 acres were later annexed into the city limits and are zoned for residential, other than the Jack Davis property which is zoned M-2.
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