The final plot plan for the subdivision on Walnut St was approved by the village board this week. A special use permit for a retail bakery for Dopest Dough was approved, and Arts in the Alley is returning.
A preliminary plan for a nine home subdivision on Walnut Street and Prospect Avenue was approved at Monday’s East Aurora Village Board meeting.
The Village of East Aurora Board left the public hearing open regarding the proposed subdivision on Walnut Street after hearing from neighbors in the area and plans by the developer to manage possible flooding. They will continue to investigate the drainage concerns raised by residents.
There will be a public hearing in front of the Village Board of East Aurora on March 7 at 7 p.m. regarding the proposal for a subdivision on Walnut Street.
Later this month 105 Walnut St. in East Aurora will be for sale by owner and it has all of the details that immediately come to mind when you think about a house just blocks away from the Roycroft Campus.
An initial plan to gauge the village planning commission reaction outlines plans for the construction of six new home on Walnut Street, on what is presently a grassy field.
The board approved the division of one lot on Prospect Ave. close to Walnut Street into three total lots at its Dec. 6 meeting. There is a home at that site and it will remain there going forward, but land was split fro it to create an additional two buildable lots.
One of the largest swaths of undisturbed land within the Village of East Aurora is along Walnut Street, just south of Prospect Avenue. A nearly 4-acre grass field is surrounded by homes and, besides an occasional mowing, has been left alone and untouched. According to permits filed with the Village, that is expected to change under its new ownership.