Amenities stripped from Johnson County development

Neighbors of a proposed subdivision in northwestern Johnson County complained so fiercely that developer Paul Shoopman now plans to meet zoning requirements precisely—and take the project downscale.

Shoopman’s Indiana Land Development Corp. is stripping parks and walking trails as well as businesses, apartments and town homes, according to the Daily Journal of Franklin.

House density will rise in the 237-acre project near State Road 37 and Olive Branch Road, and the average price will be $150,000 instead of as high as $400,000.

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