Oddo land on planning agenda
Plans to establish a subdivision on what is arguably Fayetteville’s largest remaining undeveloped tract will be presented Aug. 26 before the Fayetteville Planning and Zoning Commission. The 60-acre tract along Redwine Road is owned by the Oddo family which includes Fayetteville Councilman Paul Oddo and Fayette County Commissioner Chuck Oddo.
The Fayetteville Planning and Zoning Commission will hear a proposal to rezone 59.62 largely undeveloped acres along Redwine Road from R-30 (.75-acre lots) to R-22 (.5-acre lots). A portion of the property is the site of Oddo Brothers CPA located at 819 Redwine Road.
The surrounding residential property is primarily zoned R-40 (1-acre lots). The minimum home size for R-22 zoning is 1,800 sq. ft. The builder is identified as D.R. Horton.
The rezoning proposal aims to establish 77 lots on the 60-acre property. The lots would be served by a single entrance from Redwine Road near the southern boundary of the property and would include a number of cul-de-sacs lots.
The proposal submitted by Rochester and Associates indicated that the homes would be compatible with existing homes in the surrounding neighborhoods and would include sidewalks and landscaped common areas.
The proposal notes that stormwater management would be provided by a series of detention ponds.
Owners of the property include Councilman Paul Oddo, Commissioner Chuck Oddo and Warren Oddo.