After two years of public discussion, the county has approvedthe 515-acre Crabapple Crossroads venture in the county's ruralnorthwest corridor which is zoned for 100,000 sf of office, 100,000sf of commercial and 780 homes, the report states. The residentialcomponent was reduced from 800 shelter units.

Headed for a second public discussion July 8 is the 40-acreBirmingham Crossroads plan which comprises commercial land aroundBirmingham Highway and Birmingham Road, according to the report.The plan envisions a village concept bordered by commercial andoffice development.

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