Development near the Honda Motor Co. car assembly plant under construction near
Signatures are about all that remain to ice the agreement, according to the Greensburg Daily News. The parties didn’t release details.
Since the Japanese automaker announced in June that it had chosen the city between
However, development was thrown into limbo because of a dispute over which party would control water lines in the development area. Local developers blasted the city and water district for holding up hotels and other projects.
Decatur County Rural Water Corp., the water district that serves the development area, relies on water supplied by the city and needed additional supply to support new development.
The $550 million Honda plant, which is slated to open in fall 2008, is not affected by the dispute. The rural water corporation agreed to supply water to the site until December this year; by then, the city is expected to have extended its own line to the plant.
Panattoni Development Co. LLC recently received approval to launch a 425-acre industrial park near the Honda plant. The