Some landowners unhappy with inclusion in city limits




Owners of property that soon will become a part of Greenwood are split on being annexed, depending on where they live.

Greenwood is pursuing a large 1,800-acre annexation around a new Interstate 65 exit and smaller annexations of a Center Grove area neighborhood and scattered pockets of unincorporated land on the city’s south side.

The Greenwood City Council gave preliminary approval to an annexation of the Shepherds Grove subdivision in White River Township, where residents asked to be added into the city. The council also approved a fiscal plan for the annexation of scattered areas along its southern border, where residents raised concerns about becoming part of the city.

 

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