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Keith Lampert of Monticello Illinois 61856 owns a 36± acre property and desires to subdivide the subject property into 62 separate lots. Each lot will be 10,000 ft2 or greater. The proposed development would have Public streets and City utilities, which requires annexation into City limits. Annexation of property into the City limits would automatically require the zoning to the most restrictive designation, Urban Residential (RD) in this case. An RD designation is not an appropriate zoning designation for any new development, no matter the proposed use. Given the nature of their proposed development, RE-1 - Single Family Residential for lots 1 through 60 and RU - Rural for lots 61 and 62 zoning classifications are the most suitable.
Keith Lampert of Monticello Illinois 61856 owns the 36± acre property and desires to subdivide the subject property into 62 separate lots. Per City of Monticello Code of Ordinances a Preliminary Plan 152.041 (F) requires public hearing and recommendation from the PZB to Monticello City Council.