Liberty Twp. accepts new administration building offer

Jerome Powell
Liberty Township trustees have a second offer on the former administration building at the corner of Princeton and Maud Hughes roads. A December offer, contingent on changing the zoning of the property, fell through.

LIBERTY TWP. – The former Liberty Township administration building may get a new use later this year.

Township officials have accepted an offer of $485,000 for the single-story building and its 3.6-acre site.

The offer from Keith Adams came a week before trustees approved a zone change from neighborhood business to business planned unit development, limiting uses on the site.

It is the second offer the township received for the metal and brick structure that was a feed store before the township bought it. Last December CLGS Investments LLC offered $515,000, but the deal fell through. It had been contingent on the zoning being changed to general business.

However, neighbors opposed that zoning citing drainage issues, poor sightlines, environmental concerns and a desire to preserve the rural nature of the neighborhood,

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