Following public hearings, the Union Board of Aldermen Monday night unanimously approved two conditional use permits for local developer Ed Schmelz.

The board will take action on a separate rezoning request by Schmelz at the April 13 board meeting.

An ordinance was approved allowing construction of a country club in the R-3 multifamily district of Stoneridge Estates, which is located east of North Washington Avenue and north of CC Camp Road.

The club, or community center, will be for subdivision tenants only, and will include a gym, laundry facility and meeting room.

The permit has several conditions, including that the meeting room will be open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. with card access; the gym and laundromat will be open 24 hours each day; there will be a minimum of 15 and maximum of 20 parking spaces and the occupancy is limited to 41 people at one time.

Senior Housing Unit

The second permit approved was for a planned unit development for the Independence Valley subdivision north of Eve Estates Drive south of Independence Drive, and between North Union Avenue and Church Street.

Plans call for 74 units in the 55 and older community.

The development will include gazebos, a lake and sidewalks throughout the subdivision, Schmelz said.

Alderman Karen Erwin asked estimated prices for the units.

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Board Approves Club, Senior Housing Requests

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