December 15, 2015
Council Members Jim Neighbor, Dan Pflumm, Eric Jenkins and Mike Kemmling voted against the zoning change and preliminary plan for Vantage at Shawnee.
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Recently released court documents reveal the City of Shawnee has been absolved in any wrongdoing in the council’s Jan. 2016 decision to deny plans for the proposed Vantage apartment complex.
The landowner seeking the development of the Vantage at Shawnee Apartments has sued Shawnee on claims that the city unlawfully denied its zoning request change to develop the land at 62nd Street and Pflumm Road.
The Vantage at Shawnee saga at City Hall ended Monday night as the City Council failed to pass the proposal for the $35 million apartment project.
The Shawnee City Council will consider the Vantage at Shawnee apartment complex proposal for the second time at 7:30 p.m. Monday night at Shawnee City Hall.
Vantage at Shawnee apartments, a proposed $35 million, 312-unit apartment complex on the 28 acres just west of Pflumm Road, hit a road block at the Shawnee City Council as the board could not agree to a zoning change for the property.