After five meetings and 20 hours of questioning by commissioners and the public, Homewood Planning and Zoning Commission members concluded that plans to develop an industrial distribution center on the site of Calumet Country Club do not rise to the standards set in the village zoning code.
Commission members questioned representatives of the developer for two hours Thursday before voting unanimously against recommending the board of trustees approve the rezoning requests, signaling to the developer that any future proposals for the property need to show more attention to and care for the community.
The rezoning and special use . . .
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