Rezone application withdrawn after public opposition

Earlier this month, the Victor Planning & Zoning Commission made recommendations to the Victor City Council on two applications: the first phase of a 70-home subdivision directly east of the Settlement on Highway 31, and a rezone in order to install ten seasonal rental cabins south of Golf Vista Estates. The commission recommended approval of the former and denial of the latter; the rezone applicant later withdrew the request.

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The proposed 70-lot Twin Slides Subdivision is in the Victor city limits, east of platted vacant lots in the Settlement. The two-phase subdivision includes a multi-use pathway along the canal that runs east-west near the south end of the property.

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The owner of five acres off S 500 W (shown in orange) applied for a rezone in order to build a ten-unit vacation rental complex. This week he withdrew his application after the proposal received significant public pushback at Victor Planning & Zoning Commission’s June meeting. Under the property’s existing zone, the owner is allowed to develop up to five seasonal rental cabins.