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  • Yellow Springs Home, Inc. awarded $1.5 million for senior housing

    Yellow Springs Home, Inc. announced that the Ohio Housing Finance Agency has reserved approximately $1.5 million to fund a 32-unit senior rental housing unit slated to be built on 1.8 acres along Marshall and Herman streets.

  • EXTENDED COVERAGE | Fire at Hawthorne Place Apartments

    Fire Chief Denny Powell said that although the fire remains under investigation by the fire marshal, the eventual designation of the cause will likely be “undetermined” owing to the extent of the damage to the unit where the fire originated as well as a lack of state resources.

  • Yellow Springs Development Corporation prioritizes housing

    At the May YSDC meeting, the group discussed ways in which the Village could help meet the housing needs of employees of a planned Honda EV battery plant coming to the area.

  • 90-home subdivision underway in Yellow Springs

    Infrastructure construction is officially underway at 402 N. Wright St. — the site of a future 90-home subdivision in Yellow Springs.

  • Planning Commission | Residential zoning changes proposed

    At their most recent meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 14, the members of YS Planning Commission voted to initiate the process of amending some text of the Village Zoning Code.

  • Village ends lease with Lawson Place tenants

    At the last Council meeting of 2022, Council members heard from several Lawson Place residents voicing their concern for two long-term residents whose lease had been terminated by Village Manager Josué Salmerón, who is acting as property manager for the apartments.

  • ‘Spring Meadows’ to go before Village Council

    A proposed 90-home major subdivision — dubbed “Spring Meadows” — is one step closer to being developed in Yellow Springs.

  • YSDC asked to consider rental housing

    In a presentation made at the YS Development Corporation’s July 5 meeting, villager Dirk Lackovich-Van Gorp asked the organization, amid a months-long process to determine the organization’s future direction, to consider affordable housing as it continues its deliberations.

  • Six months of living in the Glen Cottages

    Six months in, the residents of Glen Cottages are beginning to feel at home. Inspired by the Bowen housing needs assessment, the project’s goal was to “fill the gaps” in the village’s housing needs. The total project cost approximately $2.29 million.

  • Extended Coverage | New Yellow Springs subdivision proposed

    Miamisburg-based development company DDC Management, Inc., is seeking to build a 89-lot subdivision in northwestern Yellow Springs.

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