In the Sept. 6 issue of Union County Weekly, information about a planned zoning public hearing was incorrect. A developer has petitioned the town to rezone 125 acres of land from R-40, which requires 40,000 square feet per home, to R-20, which requires 20,000 square feet per home – a higher density. The paper incorrectly reported that R-40 allows for 40 homes per acre and that the change in zoning would make the project smaller. Wesley Chapel leaders could vote after the public hearing Monday, Sept. 9, to approve the rezoning. If the land is rezoned, that does not mean the developer is obligated to stick to its proposed site plan, which included pocket parks and open space. Union County Weekly apologizes for the error.
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