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About 100 new homes proposed in Moraine with rezoning plan


A proposal to build about 100 homes in Moraine is part of a plan to rezone nearly 65 acres.

The plan set to be considered by the Moraine City Council tonight calls for a zoning change for the land between Main Street and Vance Road, records show.

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“The city is proposing to construct a new housing development on this property, and expects the development to result in the construction of approximately 100 new single-family homes,” according to Moraine records.

Some of the land is now zoned multi-family with other parts light industrial, according to the city. The proposal calls for about 60 acres to be rezoned for residential, leaving about 5.5 acres of undevelopable land to remain light industrial.

A public hearing is set to be held during the council meeting, which begins at 6 p.m. in the Moraine Municipal Building, 4200 Dryden Road.

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