Golf Club subdivision is back on Plan Commission’s agendaThe Star-Observer was informed at 3:16 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11, that a review of a proposed subdivision of the Hudson Golf Club has been withdrawn from the agenda of Plan Commission’s meeting set for 7 p.m. the same day.
By: Randy Hanson, Hudson Star-Observer
The Star-Observer was informed at 3:16 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11, that a review of a proposed subdivision of the Hudson Golf Club has been withdrawn from the agenda of Plan Commission’s meeting set for 7 p.m. the same day.
Community Development Director Dennis Darnold sent the message, saying he anticipates the review of two certified survey maps of the Golf Club property to be back on the commission’s agenda when it meets Thursday, Oct. 25.
Last August, the commission postponed action on golf club owner Chris Hanson’s request to divide the clubhouse site into two lots and one outlot.
The commission wanted a better understanding of how the lots would be accessed from Carmichael Road. The commissioners also asked for a signed statement from the owners of the adjacent Culver’s restaurant that they approved of the proposed closure of a vehicle entrance to their property.
Hanson told the Plan Commission that he plans to offer the clubhouse and an additional building lot for sale.
If the clubhouse is sold, the golf course could be operated out of the cart storage building, Angela Popenhagen of Stevens Engineers said.
Popenhagen presented the proposed certified survey maps for Hanson at the Aug. 23 meeting.
Tourist center property
Still on the agenda for the commission’s meeting Thursday night is an application to rezone the former tourist information center property on the south side of Interstate 94 from public use to general business district.
A partnership of four local real estate investors has purchased the 16.2 acres from the state and plans to develop it for commercial use.
The commission will also review a proposed subdivision of the property into three lots and one outlot.