A proposed subdivision on Pigeon Gap Road in Cambridge Township was 1 of two topics on the agenda for the Guernsey County Preparing Fee when it satisfied Friday at the county administration constructing.
The fee was asked to conduct a preliminary plan evaluate for Enjoyable Valley Subdivision by Penrock LLC, which lately acquired the home.
According to files presented by the Guernsey County Map Department, 13 homes are planned for the 24-acre subdivision northwest of the metropolis.
“The proposal (for Nice Valley Subdivision) was submitted a number of several years ago and the new homeowners have requested to continue the method,” explained Shannon Leek of the map division.
Alan McPeek II and Dale Huntsman of Penrock LLC ended up in attendance for the approach overview.
The pair was advised by county officers that various steps will need to be concluded just before the approach could be submitted to the fee for approval.
“We just require to know what we want to do future,” said McPeek.
Just a number of of the topics that reportedly need dealt with are wetlands, storm runoff, sewer and ingesting water expert services, road repairs and environmentally friendly place.
“Quite a few things are lacking and want to be concluded in advance of you continue,” stated Jeff McConaughy of the Guernsey County Engineer’s Workplace.
Ryan Murphy of the Cambridge-Guernsey County Well being Department suggested McPeek and Huntsman that they would have to have to obtain soil samples from each of the proposed lots in the subdivision.
“I will present you with a checklist for the specifications of the health and fitness department,” advised Murphy.
Norm Blanchard pledged the organizing commissions aid alongside the way.
“We will need new houses bad,” claimed Blanchard relating to the housing shortage in Guernsey County. “We will do what it normally takes to support you alongside the way.”
Homes in the subdivision are envisioned to start off at $200,000.
The setting up commission could review a preliminary proposal for approval at its future conference in September if Penrock is able to tackle the needed challenges.
McPeek and Huntsman expressed their many thanks for info and contacts required to shift forward with the task.
Penrock also owns roughly 17 acres south of the internet site that will not be bundled in the subdivision.
The 2nd subject matter discussed by the fee was the county’s 2021 Strategic System.
A Strategic Preparing Committee founded as aspect of the system has fulfilled 2 times through Zoom and will meet up with yet again on July 13, according to Guernsey County Commissioner Dave Wilson.
“We are focusing on economic enhancement at this time, as that appears to be the most essential component of the prepare,” claimed Wilson.
No distinct particulars for the strategic approach were talked over through the commission conference.