Developers seek approval on complex



Developers hope the city will approve a site plan for a nine-building, 210-unit apartment complex in Seymour so construction can still begin this fall.

That plan provides details including the layout of new roads and sidewalks, parking spaces, a clubhouse with community pool and location of sewer infrastructure and drainage for Burkart Crossing Apartments.

The project, originally called The Meadows, is being built on about 17 acres off of Burkart Boulevard and O’Brien Street on the city’s northeast side. It is part of a larger housing pro-ject that will include about 100 single-family homes to be built next year.

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