A decision on rezoning for the Jacquemin Farms site has been delayed again but is expected next month.

A decision on rezoning for the Jacquemin Farms site has been delayed again but is expected next month.

The Jerome Township Zoning Commission this week closed the public hearing on rezoning that would usher in retail, apartments and senior housing to the site at 7437 Hyland-Croy Road.

The commission did not vote, but a decision must be made within 30 days and is expected during an Oct. 26 meeting.

Traffic issues were a focus of discussion again, although it mainly revolved around a traffic study and meetings among developers and Union County and Dublin officials.

Don Hunter of developer Schottenstein Real Estate Group said his company is committed to helping with solutions for the heavily traveled Hyland-Croy Road area.

Joe Sullivan, an architect on the project, said details could be worked out during the next step: the development plan.

The Jerome Township Zoning Commission will meet again at 7 p.m. Oct. 26 to discuss the Jacquemin Farms rezoning. A vote is expected then.

For more on the Jacquemin Farms rezoning meeting, check the Oct. 1 edition of ThisWeek Dublin Villager.