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New Albany Approves Residential Annexation

By SARAH SOLE THISWEEKNEWS.COM Posted Jun 2, 2020 at 7:23 PM Updated Jun 2, 2020 at 7:40 PM

New Albany City Council on Tuesday, June 2, approved an ordinance annexing 63.5 acres from Plain Township into the city.

The vote was 6-1, with Mayor Sloan Spalding opposing it.

A residential developer, Homewood Homes, requested the annexation in order to build a housing development at Central College Road and Jug Street. The land, which is north of Central College and west of Jug, had shared a contiguous boundary with New Albany, according to the meeting’s legislative here to read more.

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