In December 2016 the TCA received a letter from the Lutheran Church, saying they will no longer be building a church, and plan to sell the land. It may be some time before we know what will be built on the site, which is to the west of the homes on Tuscany Summit Heath and to the north of some of the homes on Tuscany Summit Terrace.
At about the same time, Rockford Group applied for a Development Permit, as they wish to proceed with building the 85 townhouses to the north of Tuscany Summit Heath. Comments were received from a number of residents, and the TCA provided feedback to the City. For the most part, the plans follow the rules for the zoning, so our focus was on encouraging the City and Rockford to work with the TCA in order to direct construction traffic through an alternate route, which would avoid having those vehicles traveling along Tuscany Summit Heath, making the situation safer for Tuscany residents.
We do not yet know whether the plans will be approved by the City. If the townhouse development is allowed to proceed, the TCA will coordinate a meeting for residents of Tuscany Summit Terrace and Tuscany Summit Heath with representatives of Rockford.
If the plans are not approved, we are back to the uncertainty of not knowing what will be built on the land. Please contact Kelli Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.