Center for Developmentally Disabled Doesn't Fit Zoning - Any Zoning
The proposal came about when a plan to build Sycamore Ridge, an 87-acre development for disabled people, was rejected due to zoning requirements.
"The proposed zoning district would allow commercial, agricultural and retail facilities on the property, [Planner Lee] Carmon said, a fear that other speakers echoed.
"We don't have any guarantees about what's going to go there," said Wintervillian Nikki Crew.
Sycamore Ridge's plans include family-style cottages with private rooms for residents and businesses like a garden center, an artist market and a cafe that would be open to the public, but provide meaningful jobs for the developmentally disabled adults living there."