Trustees pass resolution to challenge developer's Ken Loch proposal
LOMBARD – Trustees approved a resolution for objection at Thursday night's board meeting pertaining to a petition currently under review by the county's Zoning Board of Appeals regarding zoning for the Ken Loch Golf Links property.
The 31-acre property in unincorporated DuPage County near Lombard has caught the eye of a developer, Donven Homes of Naperville. After the Village of Lombard reaffirmed its decision in the existing comprehensive plan to keep the Ken Loch property's land usage designated for open land space with a preference for a golf course, Donven filed a petition with DuPage County to have the property rezoned from its current distinction of allowing single family home building to a general residence district, which would allow for multi-family buildings.
Now, the developer has amended its original petition to the county so that it provides specifics on a building plan on the property. There will be a public hearing on Oct. 10 for the county's Zoning Board of Appeals to review the amended petition, for village staff to present on the issue and for any residents to voice their concerns or opinions.
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