Tuesday, May 21, 2002

Life Success Seminars moves




By Jennifer Edwards jedwards@enquirer.com
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        WEST CHESTER TWP. — Plans were approved for one new development but turned down for another Monday at the monthly township zoning commission meeting.

        Life Success Seminars Inc. is relocating from Blue Ash to the Princeton Crossing development along Ohio 747 and Port Union-Rialto Road.

        The nonprofit agency puts on executive and mainstream motivational seminars.

        “It's a unique use and it would an interesting addition to the community,” West Chester Township Planning and Zoning Director Brian Elliff said.

        Approval was denied for preliminary plans on West Chester Circle, a 75,000- to 80,000-square-foot storage facility and 28,300-square-foot reception/banquet center on the northeast corner of Ohio 747 and Smith Road.

        The center wasn't consistent with the township's land use plan, Mr. Elliff said.

       



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