Seymour officials will continue consideration of annexing nearly 80 acres of property for two housing developments north of town and whether to use a tax-increment finance district to sell bonds for one of those projects.
City council and Seymour Redevelopment Commission will again hear requests from Bushmann LLC of Columbus during separate meetings Monday.
The developer wants the city to annex nearly 73 acres in the area of Enos Road, O'Brien Street and Burkart Boulevard on which high-end apartment and single-family housing developments will sit.
Partners Jeff Bush of Columbus and Tom Greemann of Seymour also want the city to establish a tax-increment finance district for the apartment complex so that the city can approve the sale of $3 million in bonds that would help Bushmann LLC finance the $19 million apartment project.
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