Monday night, the Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously approved a proposal by Robert Nauta to turn 15 Laurel Crest Drive into a five-lot subdivision.
The piece of property runs from Laurel Crest Drive to Miner Lane. Four of the five lots will come off the cul-de-sac on Miner Lane.
Those four lots will be between 57,501 square feet and 120,711 square feet. The lot off of Laurel Crest Drive will be more than 15 acres, according to building plans.
Neighbors opposed the proposal, worried that Nauta would connect Miner Lane and Laurel Crest Drive. However, that was not in the plans approved Monday by the Planning and Zoning Commission.
Nauta’s agent William Kent said Nauta would like to build himself a home in the large fifth lot. Kent also said Nauta was considering putting a tree farm there.