About 105 acres of farmland along U.S. 25 near Champion Way could be the site of a new subdivision in Georgetown. The subdivision, which was approved by the Georgetown-Scott County Planning Commission Thursday evening, would be behind Anne Mason Elementary and Royal Spring Middle School on Champion Way. It would consist of about 450 single-family homes. The plan must go to the Georgetown City Council for final approval.
About 105 acres of farmland along U.S. 25 near Champion Way could be the site of a new subdivision in Georgetown. The subdivision, which was approved by the Georgetown-Scott County Planning Commission Thursday evening, would be behind Anne Mason Elementary and Royal Spring Middle School on Champion Way. It would consist of about 450 single-family homes. The plan must go to the Georgetown City Council for final approval. Alex Slitz aslitz@herald-leader.com
About 105 acres of farmland along U.S. 25 near Champion Way could be the site of a new subdivision in Georgetown. The subdivision, which was approved by the Georgetown-Scott County Planning Commission Thursday evening, would be behind Anne Mason Elementary and Royal Spring Middle School on Champion Way. It would consist of about 450 single-family homes. The plan must go to the Georgetown City Council for final approval. Alex Slitz aslitz@herald-leader.com

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November 09, 2017 10:36 PM