The battle over Cobblestone Crossings and their south-side commercial and residential development continues at the Vigo County Area Plan Commission meeting tomorrow night at 7pm at the County Annex.
Cobblestone will be asking for permission to move forward with what may be the final major phase of its construction.
The plan for building about one dozen new, two-story apartment buildings on about 13 acres of land.
Those that live in nearby subdivisions are upset over development.
They say that it is a major concern when it comes to security and property values.
Last year developers agreed to build a wall between the apartments and Woodgate subdivision.
Residents of Viscaya Point subdivision want the same thing.
They also want retention pond because residents say that water runoff from the existing buffer, a berm with some young trees planted on it, has damaged their property.
Others in neighboring subdivisions are also concerned by water runoff and flooding.
To get a favorable recommendation Cobblestone needs to come up with an approved drainage and erosion control plan designed for a 100-year flood event and post a bond.