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  • Shiloh residents voice concerns about luxury apartment developments

    During a Monday, July 10 public hearing, many residents voiced concerns and asked questions about two proposed luxury apartment developments within a mile of Memorial Hospital East -- The Savannah and The Retreat at Shiloh. The Planning Commission voted to table both rezoning applications after the two hours of presentations and public comment.

Shiloh residents voice concerns about luxury apartment developments

During a Monday, July 10 public hearing, many residents voiced concerns and asked questions about two proposed luxury apartment developments within a mile of Memorial Hospital East -- The Savannah and The Retreat at Shiloh. The Planning Commission voted to table both rezoning applications after the two hours of presentations and public comment.
Robyn Kirsch rkirsch@bnd.com