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Developer scales back plans for housing community at Horse Shoe Farm

The Henderson County Planning Board gave John Turchin preliminary approval for a 198-unit project at Horse Shoe Farm, located off South Rugby Road. Turchin now proposes reducing that development by 70 units. He said it is a better layout because it reduces the density of the development. (Photo credit: WLOS Staff)

A Miami-based developer is scaling back his plans for a housing community in Henderson County.

The Henderson County Planning Board gave John Turchin preliminary approval for a 198-unit project at Horse Shoe Farm, located off South Rugby Road.

Turchin now proposes reducing that development by 70 units. He said it is a better layout because it reduces the density of the development.

The county planning board will consider the Horse Shoe Farm project on January 18.

"After plans like this are approved, the developer has a two-year period to install the roads and other utilities promised in the development," John Mitchell, the business and community development director, said. "And then he'll be able to come back and submit a development plan before construction."

Horse Shoe Farm is separate from another property -- The Farm at Eagles Nest -- where the same developer proposed nearly 300 units. Henderson County Planning and Zoning denied that project.


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