Tabled a third time two weeks ago, the application to rezone two plots of land totalling 1,500 acres that will become the second phase of Riverwood Plantation will again head to the Columbia County Planning Commission on Thursday.
The application to rezone the land from residential-agricultural to planned unit development was tabled Nov. 17 to allow neighboring homeowners and planning commissioners time to evaluate changes made to the plan.
Changes to the plan include reducing the overall average density of the development to fit that of existing development of Riverwood Plantation and changes to the amount of commercial development along Washington Road.
After the tabling of the proposal Nov. 17, developer Wayne Millar said: "I think the public's comments were well-made, well-intended, and I think we're headed in a positive direction. I hope at the next planning meeting to (show) a plan that will meet with everyone's approval."
Mark Schmidt, the president of the Windmill Property Owners Association, said recently that he was pleased with some of the recommendations residents had made at a Nov. 1 meeting between his group and Millar.
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