Will road projects outweigh density concerns about Naperville subdivision?

  • This 110-acre site north of 119th Street and east of Route 59 could be annexed into Naperville as a future subdivision of 702 houses, townhouses and apartments called Polo Club. But the planning and zoning commission was split on the request, forwarding it to the city council with no recommendation.

      This 110-acre site north of 119th Street and east of Route 59 could be annexed into Naperville as a future subdivision of 702 houses, townhouses and apartments called Polo Club. But the planning and zoning commission was split on the request, forwarding it to the city council with no recommendation. Mark Black | Staff Photographer

  • Fred Harms, Jeff Maxick and Beth Quint live in different subdivisions near the site of a proposed development called Polo Club in south Naperville, and they worry about the traffic and safety issues the construction of 702 houses, townhouses and apartments could cause.

      Fred Harms, Jeff Maxick and Beth Quint live in different subdivisions near the site of a proposed development called Polo Club in south Naperville, and they worry about the traffic and safety issues the construction of 702 houses, townhouses and apartments could cause. Marie Wilson | Staff Photographer

 
 
Updated 7/19/2018 4:55 PM

A subdivision that could bring 702 houses and $4 million of road widenings and extensions to Naperville got a split vote and no recommendation from the planning and zoning commission.

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