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The Muncie City Council voted to adopt Ordinance 39-11 at their regular monthly meeting on December 5th, 2011 at 7:30pm ( agenda).
Details of Ordinance 39-11:
ORD. 39-11 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CITY OF MUNCIE COMPREHENSIVE ZONING ORDINANCE FROM THE R-3 RESIDENCE ZONE TO THE R-5 RESIDENCE ZONE ON PREMISES LOCATED AT 2000-2300 BLK OF W. MCGALLIARD ROAD, EXTENDING SOUTH TO N. BELMONT DRIVE, INCLUDING LOT 88 OF THE LAYNE CREST SUBDIVISION, MUNCIE, INDIANA.
|Name||Position||Phone 1||Phone 2||Voted|
|Sam Marshall||District 1 Councilor and Council President||288-0478||yes|
|Mark Conatser||District 2 Councilor||744-8862||yes|
|Mary Jo Barton||District 3 Councilor||289-9494||yes|
|Brad Polk||District 4 Councilor||288-0571||no|
|Jerry Dishman||District 5 Councilor||282-2797||215-9747||yes|
|Julius Anderson||District 6 Councilor||289-6639||yes|
|Mike King||At Large Councilor||282-3709||abstain|
|Linda Gregory||At Large Councilor and Council Reading Clerk||286-2925||no|
|Alison Quirk||At Large Councilor||288-5319||no|
The Anthony-Northside Neighborhood Association held a meeting on Monday, September 26th, 2011 at 6:30pm. New officers were elected at this meeting as follows: Misty King for President, Angie Nichols for Vice-President, and Aaron Neff for Secretary. Sherrell Bryant was re-elected for Treasurer. Discussion was held on the Proposed Zoning Changes in the Layne Crest Addition. Many residents at the meeting voiced opposing views towards the proposed zoning changes. No residents at the meeting were in support of the proposed zoning changes. It was noted that Jerry Dishman voted yes on the R5 Zoning Change Application. It was noted that Richard McIntire (of McIntire Concrete) voted yes on the R5 Zoning Change Application.