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Lombard panel OKs some development at Ken-Loch

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The Ken-Loch Golf Links property in an unincorporated area near Lombard is for sale, and a developer looking to buy it wants to build apartments and townhouses.

Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

The Lombard plan commission finished its land-use discussions about the Ken-Loch Golf Links, and recommended the village board designate most of the 30-acre property as open space, while allowing up to 25 percent of it to be developed.

Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

The Ken-Loch Golf Links in an unincorporated area near Lombard is for sale, and a developer looking to buy it wants to build apartments and townhouses. The plan commission recommends changing the village's comprehensive plan to allow up to 25 percent of the site to be developed to complement an open space use.

Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

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Members of the Lombard plan commission have been hearing one message from the public the past five months: Preserve Ken-Loch Golf Links as open space. In a 4-2 vote, the commission suggested the land be designated primarily open space, with a maximum of 25 percent available for development. "All we're saying is to make it a bit more attractive and enticing" to developers, said plan Commissioner John Mrofcza.
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    • The Ken-Loch Golf Links property in an unincorporated area near Lombard is for sale, and a developer looking to buy it wants to build apartments and townhouses.
    • The Lombard plan commission finished its land-use discussions about the Ken-Loch Golf Links, and recommended the village board designate most of the 30-acre property as open space, while allowing up to 25 percent of it to be developed.
    • The Ken-Loch Golf Links in an unincorporated area near Lombard is for sale, and a developer looking to buy it wants to build apartments and townhouses. The plan commission recommends changing the village’s comprehensive plan to allow up to 25 percent of the site to be developed to complement an open space use.
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