The Brentwood Planning Commission will be voting on the 264 acre Holt property for the first time on Tuesday.
Plans for this 232 home subdivision have been delayed since November due to community concerns about the size of the development and how that would affect the city’s infrastructure. The subdivision would be located off Crockett Road.
In December the developers came back with a suggestion to switch the community from the one acre per lot R-2 zoning to make it a high density of homes but with more open green space. They also made an age restriction on 91 homes in an effort to lessen the impact on the city’s infrastructure. Being “age restricted” means that the homes are intended for seniors, and people under the age of 18 would not be allowed to live in the restricted homes.
Tuesday’s vote will be the commission’s first vote to approve site development for the Holt property. The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Center 5211 Maryland Way. A portion of the meeting will be set aside for public comment.