Letter to residents of the Lytle Trails subdivision
You may or may not be aware, that there is a vacant lot that is part of the Lytle Trails subdivision on Lytle Rd., at the “S” curve. It is lot # 27 of 34. The lot was formerly home to an old barn from the original farm your neighborhood was built on and used as a Township Road Garage, housing tractors, plows and road equipment, however the barn became unfit and has since been vacant for many years.
The Township has no further need for this property and has determined the best option for the Community is to sell it so that it can be developed residentially and bring increased value and curb appeal to your neighborhood. However, in order for the lot to be used residentially, the plat map recorded with the County Auditor must be amended to remove the label “Not a Building Lot” from this property. Additionally, the covenants recorded for Lytle Trails reiterate the language that lot #27 is not a “Building Lot” and “hereby excluded from these restrictions” which the other properties are bound to. Both of these issues prohibit the property from ever being an asset to the area.
In order to make changes to these documents, a majority of the residents of the neighborhood must indicate their approval by formally signing an “Amendment to the Covenants and Restrictions”. This is a formal, legal document and must be signed and notarized.
We are encouraging all residents to attend the next Township Trustees’ meeting, held Tuesday, May 16th at 6050 N. Clarksville Rd., at 7:00 pm. Trustees and Staff will be present to answer any question or hear any comments you may have. If you cannot make Tuesday’s meeting, there is another opportunity on Thursday, May 18th from 6-7:00 pm. Additionally, a Notary Public will be available at these times to notarize signatures-just be sure to bring a valid ID.
If you cannot make these meetings, please feel free to contact Erin Hartsock, Zoning Inspector, with further questions or concerns. Additionally, you may stop by the LCNB on Main and North Sts. to have your signatures notarized during regular banking hours beginning May 17th.
Please open the PDF to see the full record plat with the full Protective Covenants and Restrictions.
Wednesday, August 23
Warren County Soil and Water Conservation District
Annual Meeting and Election
Stories and Sounds of Bluegrass
Jake Speed & The Freddies
May 26 (9:00 am)
Special Trustee's Meeting
Purpose: Work Session to review fire station design and preliminary pricing. No other items will be discussed.
June 3 (9-2:00 pm)
Parade (12:00 pm)
Bring your tractor and join, or just come to see a wide variety of antique tractors while enjoying great food!
April 27 (3:00 pm)
The Wayne Township Board of Trustees will hold a special Public Meeting on Thursday, April 27 at 3:00 pm to consult with legal counsel.