Thursday, March 13, 2003

Loveland to permit change in zoning during annexation



The Cincinnati Enquirer

LOVELAND - Miami and Hamilton township residents interested in having their properties annexed to Loveland can now request a preferred zoning for their land when the annexation process begins.

Council unanimously approved Tuesday a zoning ordinance that gives neighboring residents that ability. In the past, annexed land was initially zoned low-density residential. Owners had to petition City Council if they were interested in a different use.

In other business, City Manager Fred Enderle announced he would seek bids from developers interested in rehabilitating the city-owned Bronner House, which dates to the late 19th century and sits on the south end of Nisbet Park, near the city's bicycle trails.




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