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Daleville Considers Duel Annexation

daleville-annexThe town of Daleville is looking to expand its borders with two separate annexations.

The first annexation – northwest of the town – would bring in 55 single family structures and one commercial structure. The second – southwest of the town – would bring in 18 single family structures and 3 commercial structures. The areas being considered would not require additional service costs but will be fully in the coverage area of the town once the annex is completed. A public hearing on the annexation has yet to be scheduled.

From The Star Press:

Daleville is looking to expand the town borders by grabbing new area in two different annexation projects. The projects, announced at the first of the year meeting of the town council will require an investment for utilities from the town.

The first project referred to as the north annexation will bring in property from the northwest of the town and generally bounded by Country Road 400 South, the White River to the north and County Road 700 on the west of the block. Nearly 132 people are currently living in the blocks being looked at with 55 single family structures and one commercial structure.

The southern annexation is located southwest of the town and is generally bounded by County Road 650 South on the southern end, County Road 1000 West to the west boundary and Walnut St. / Country Road 900 West on the east. It will bring in 32 people to the town through 18 single family structures and 3 commercial structures.

The major asset to the south annexation is land to the east and west of I-69 which has been designated as prime space for development. The town wanted to lock in plans for annexation before they lost the opportunity and land to another municipality.

The areas being brought into the town would not require additional town service costs but will be considered fully in the coverage area of the town once the annex is completed. The only major cost with taking in the north and south annexations are the estimated capital cost of bringing water utility to the area.

The north is an estimated cost of 1.2 million dollars, with the south costing nearly $800,000.

Residents affected by the annexation will have been notified by mail with an information packet. Those residents along with the rest of the public will be able to voice their opinions at a public hearing on the annexation has to be scheduled but doesn’t have a date set as of publication.

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The Town of Daleville is located in Delaware County where I-69, Ind. 67 and Ind. 32 converge.

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