Culver Garden Court Property Annexation Continues to Move Forward

The Culver Town Council held a public hearing on the annexation of 80 acres on South Main Street on January 26, 2010.  Part of this property is the parcel slated for the Culver Garden Court.  There are three properties involved in this annexation.  One property owner is protesting, but the Town Council has chosen to move ahead despite this.  The Annexation passed on the second reading by a vote of 4 to 1.   The article is currently online here and is available in two scans, Part 1 here and Part 2 here.

Despite the protest, this annexation should benefit all three property owners as well as the Town of Culver.  The Town plans to extend water and sewer to this area in an effort to promote future development.  There is a distinct dearth of developable land within Culver that has adequate water and sewer.  The few parcels that do have the potential for development are currently held under ownership with no interest in development on their own or in selling parcels for development.  Two of the parcel holders within this annexation have expressed an interest in development.  Regardless of their intentions for their property, the third property owner will no doubt see and increase in their property value resulting from the potential achieved here.

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