Loveland, Ohio – Before a standing room-only crowd, the request to rezone the Grailville property was denied by a 3-1 vote of the Planning and Zoning Commission tonight. Drees Homes had requested the land become a Special Planning District which would have allowed 209 homes on the site.

The proposed development of the Grailville site by the Drees Company included 74 patio homes and 135 traditional-style homes totaling 209 lots. The land is situated between O’Bannonville Road and State Route 48 in Clermont County. The site is approximately 111 acres.

Commissioner Andy Bateman made a motion to not forward the plan to City Council. 

Commission Chair Mark Redmond, and members Brian O’Neill and Bateman voted “YES”. Al Kressler was the lone “NO” vote.

Commissioner Michael Kady did not attend the meeting.

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