The Culver Town Council members approved ordinance readings that will move the Culver Meadows project at 17664 State Road 17 and 19456 State Road 10 a step closer in the process.
The council members reviewed the final wording of the proposed Planned Unit Development agreement that includes several changes. The agreement includes the movement of the properties under the name of “Culver Investment Corporation” of which Thomas Beste is the president. The agreement also includes the council’s request to include at least 10 units in the Culver Meadows development that cost less than $200,000 within three years of the first building permit, plus signage at the gas station to help promote the businesses and the town.
There is no capital outlay for the project so that aspect does not apply.
The PUD agreement was approved on the first reading with a unanimous vote. The rules were then suspended and it was unanimously approved on all three readings.
The approval of the agreement allowed the council to move forward with the third reading of the ordinance that rezones the parcels at 17664 State Road 17 and 19456 State Road 10 as a Planned Unit Development. That reading was passed with a 3-1 vote with Ginny Bess Munroe, Tammy Shafer and Sally Ricciardi voting yes while Joel Samuelson voted no. David Beggs was not present.
The ordinance that would annex those same parcels passed on third reading with a unanimous vote.