Columbia City Council Will Table Route K Construction Proposal
COLUMBIA - The Columbia City Council decided to table the proposal to build residential housing on the south side of Route K. This will give project engineers more time to work with the state parks.
Eventual council approval would mean single family homes could be built on the more than 35 acres in southern Columbia. The council will vote on whether to annex the land into the city, rezone if for both single family and planned unit development, and approve contractors to build housing units on the property.
Southside Trail Estates LLC is the contractor on the proposal and would build the 64-plot residential complex, known as Parkside Estates.
Southside Trail Estates developer Rob Hill said he does not know when the city council will vote on the proposal.