City staff: developer has done enough to get approval for new Killeen subdivision | local news

Killeen officials said they had reached an appropriate agreement with a developer who wanted to circumvent the city’s architecture and design standards in building hundreds of homes along South Fort Hood Boulevard.

“The applicant initially requested that it have a smaller setback requirement for approximately 386 plots of land in two zoning areas,” Ed Revell, executive director of city development services, told city council members on Tuesday. “What the developer has done is reduce the number of blocks they are calling for to mitigate the setback, from 386 to 246 blocks, and the number of zoning areas from two to one.”

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