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Hilliard City Council approves rezoning, developer’s agreement for Alton Place

By KEVIN CORVO THISWEEKNEWS.COM Posted Jun 9, 2020 at 12:01 AM Updated Jun 9, 2020 at 8:18 AM

Alton Place is one step closer to starting construction in western Hilliard.

The proposed $275 million mixed-use development at Alton Darby Creek and Roberts roads, will advance after Hilliard City Council on June 8 approved 6-0 a required rezoning and a developer’s agreement.

Council President Andy Teater was absent.

The vote came after a more than three-hour discussion that included developer Dwight McCabe balking at suggested conditions in the developer’s agreement and threatening to walk away from the proposed here to read more.

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