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Cobblestone Crossings Must Build Wall for Expansion

Wednesday the Vigo County Area Planning and Zoning Commission voted to require Cobblestone Crossings to build an eight foot wall separating their property from Viscaya Point. The wall would separate the properties after the final phase of expansion for the apartment complex.
Cobblestone Crossings final phase of development has come to a halt.

Wednesday night the Vigo County Area Planning and Zoning Commission voted to stop the expansion of the apartment complex until an eight foot wall was built separating the final phase on the southeast side from Viscaya Point.

Final phase of development includes three, two story apartment buildings set back 50 feet and 75 feet from Viscaya Point property.

The ordinance only requires a 25 feet setback.

Cobblestone Crossings' lawyer says the developer will not accept the recommendation from the commission; meaning the battle will continue.
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