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Oct. 18, 2005

Dialogue over a proposed 17-lot subdivision on Prospect and Hickory streets, which falls each in Auburn and Sennett, will proceed Thursday night when Lawrence Jones, the developer for the challenge, recordsdata a petition for annexation to attract the subdivision utterly throughout the metropolis’s boundaries.

Progress on the event was stalled after the city of Sennett rejected a request by the town of Auburn in April to surrender a few of its land for a street, which might have been partially inside each municipalities the way in which it was drawn.

Underneath that plan, the subdivision would have included 4 tons in Sennett and 13 in Auburn. Jones will file a petition for annexation for the whole space inside Sennett’s boundaries for the challenge.

If the city rejects the petition at a joint public listening to between Sennett and Auburn Thursday, the matter will likely be settled in courtroom, Jones mentioned.

“Every time two municipalities cannot agree as to a challenge like this, it goes to courtroom,” he mentioned. “If they might agree, every little thing would go ahead. It would not seem that can occur.”

The Auburn planning board has already authorized a portion of the subdivision throughout the metropolis, mentioned Steve Lynch, director of planning and financial improvement. That a part of the subdivision consists of seven tons.