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Friday February 12th, 2016 9:09AM

18-lot subdivision on planners' agenda

By by Ken Stanford
GAINESVILLE - Plans for an 18-lot subdivision go before the Gainesville Planning and Appeals Board early next month. Meanwhile, another subdivision applicant is asking that his request be withdrawn.

The 18-lot development is planned on Goetz Drive near Ramsey Road. Jordan and Jordan Properties, Inc. is asking that the eight-acre tract be annexed by the city.

Meanwhile, Cochran Properties, Inc. is asking to withdraw its request involving plans for a 26-lot subdivision . It says it's been unable to negotiate a stormwater management plan with the owners of the adjacent Ingles Shopping Center at Thompson Bridge and Nancy Creek roads.
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