Two significant measures could change Caledonia's land use plan if trustees vote to alter green space requirements and a five-acre minimums.
According to a list (attached to this story) provided by the village, board members will take into consideration reducing the five-acre minimum density for land splits and removing the 40 percent open/green space requirement in all areas with water and sewer.
Additional ideas include:
- Considering the commercial/industrial possibilities along Highway 32 from 7-Mile Road to the boundary with Oak Creek;
- Reviewing building types in village centers;
- Defining the Highway 31 corridor for more commercial use;
- Plan for commercial development where sewer/water exist;
- Review of possible uses for the I-94 corridor with or without sewer/water.
Village Administrator Tom Lebak confirmed via email that draft changes to the document are not complete.
Patch will update this story as more information becomes available.