GOSHEN, Ind. — Neighbors south of newly annexed Keystone RV land want to know when the company will stop building, the Goshen Board of Zoning Appeals heard Tuesday.
The Elkhart Truth reported that the board approved a variance to allow Keystone to build an office without a sewer hookup at a vehicle storage and shipping lot at 3393 Lincolnway East. City planning staff recommended the change as long as the building remains under 5,000 square feet.
The city annexed about 32 acres surrounding the storage lot at the end of August. Rossa Deegan, assistant Planning and Zoning administrator, noted that sewer lines don’t currently reach the site and there would be a significant cost to the city and company to extend the lines.
Ahead of the vote, C.R. 40 resident Nancy Bigler expressed opposition to the number of buildings the company has put up in recent years and the extra traffic, light, noise and vehicle break-ins that she’s seen come with it. She said the problems persist despite meetings she and her neighbors have had with Keystone representatives, and she wanted to know when it will stop.
Read the full article in The Elkhart Truth.