Monday night, the Planning and Zoning Commission accepted an application by Robert Nauta to turn 15 Laurel Crest Drive into a five-lot subdivision entitled “Southwood Subdivision,” according to building plans.
The property is 30 acres, and despite the address, only one lot will have frontage on Laurel Crest Drive. The remaining four lots will come off the cul-de-sac at the end of Miner Lane, according to building plans.
The lot is a wide, thin lot that spans from the cul-de-sac at the end of Miner Lane to 15 Laurel Crest Drive. The four lots off of Miner Lane will be between 57,501 square feet and 120,711 square feet. The lot off of Laurel Crest Drive will be 16.68 acres, according to building plans.
The Conservation Commission has already approved the application, with approval by the Planning and Zoning Commission the last step in the process. In 2011, Nauta proposed building a 22-lot subdivision at the property, but the Conservation Commission did not approve that proposal.