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Planning Commission Reviews Master Design Plan for Thomas Meadows Subdivision

During the March 14, 2022 Lexington Municipal – Regional Planning Commission meeting, a master design concept of a planned subdivision was presented for the commission to review.
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Article by W. Clay Crook-

The Lexington Municipal – Regional Planning Commission met on Monday evening March 14, 2022. The commission reviewed the master design concept plan for the Thomas Meadows major subdivision, containing about 33 acres, which is zoned R-3 (high density residential) which adjoins and then runs south below Timberlake Road.

The subdivision is being planned in five phases, with seventy-four lots and then a large common ground. One street and five cul-de-sacs are included in the plan. Federal statute requires that one lot be designated for a mail collection area. The architect is MB Civil Engineering, LLC, with the street being proposed as Allen Lane Extended. Utilities will tie in at both Allen Lane and Timberlake Road. Houses will be in the 1,000 to 1,500 square feet size.

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For the complete article, see the March 16th edition of The Lexington Progress.

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