School, recreation, business parks planned on Hwy. 9 just over county line
Published 3:12 pm Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Two informational sessions are planned tomorrow and Thursday regarding the new school. Tomorrow&squo;s meeting will be held at the Sunny View Clubhouse at 7 p.m.
Thursday&squo;s meeting will be at the Green Hill Clubhouse in&bsp; Rutherfordton at 7 p.m.
Lake Lure is providing the land for the school and plans a recreational park nearby with ballfields and other activities. TeamCFA is providing initial financing for the construction and supplementary operating costs. Plans are for the school to offer grades K-9 school in 2010 and grow to a K-12 school in subsequent years. Enrollment of 40 students per grade in K-9 will be needed.
For further information regarding the planned Lake Lure Classical Academy go to ww.llca.teamcfa.org.
A preliminary plat for the Lake Lure Professional Park was approved by the Lake Lure Zoning and Planning Board on April 21, according to the town&squo;s community development department. Dr. Don Adams, DDS is proposing 14 non-residential lots on 17.74 acres adjacent to the Ingles grocery store with lots ranging from 0.54 acres to 1.11 acres. Adams is proposing to build two roads and to construct an internal trail system that will connect to the Donald Ross Nature Trails at the proposed town recreational park across Hwy. 9.
Adams plans to immediately construct a dental office that he will operate and all other individual lots will be developed by the purchasers.