Fisher OKs final plat for subdivision
FISHER — The village board has concurred with the planning and zoning board and has adopted the final plat for phase 5 of the Heritage Estates subdivision. The subdivision is being developed by Brenda Keith and Tom Mumm.
The board in accepting the plat expects the developers to post a performance bond and its utility plans must be revised to fit the new design. Further, the mayor, city attorney and city engineer Joe Pisula will iron out other details with the developers.
The plat differs by the one accepted by the board in April; several single family home lots are being replaced by more condominium development. The project is in its early stages as no state environmental agency permits have been filed yet.
The subdivision will lie north of U.S. 136, adjacent to the previous phases of Heritage Estates. This plat, as well as land owned by the school district to the west, are all within the boundaries of the village's tax increment financing district approved earlier this year.
Also the board accepted the low bid of $105,473 by J.F. Edwards of Geneseo for the installation of five decorative light poles with two LED lights per pole for the village's downtown. The board is embarking on a downtown beautification project that includes Ameren taking down utility poles in the business district and running the lines through the alley to the west. Mediacom will bury its cables.