TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) -- The Dayton annexation re-zone was tabled Wednesday night at the APC meeting.
The re-zone sign for the annexed land was put on the wrong property. By law, a re-zone sign needs to be up for a certain number of days before a vote can take place.
The Dayton Town Board voted in favor of the annexation last summer.
The annexation gives the town control over 55 acres on Dayton Road.
Developers are aiming to build a subdivision with 110 homes on the annexed land. The land now has to be re-zoned from agricultural to single-family residences.
"There's still a long way to go," said Dayton Town Board Member Tyrone Tyler. "There's still probably at least six more meetings. Anything they get with area plan they have to go through the safety, transportation, the water - they have to have everything mapped out through every department."
The re-zone has been moved to the Feb. 21 APC meeting.
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