Officials want details on land use at I-65 interchange

Two Greenwood City Council members think a plan for the future use of land around a new Interstate 65 interchange is too vague to ensure the city gets the high-end development officials want to define the area.

The city council is considering adding the plan, which outlines where the city would like to see offices, stores, homes and a recreational lake built, to Greenwood’s overall development plan. But council members Brent Corey and David Hopper said they are concerned with a lack of details.

The plan calls for high-end condominiums and apartments, single-family homes, offices and some commercial and industrial buildings to be built on about 1,850 acres the city is annexing near the planned interchange.

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