North Judson City Council updated on proposed housing project – WKVI Information Center


North Judson City Council saw a presentation and heard from owner Kirt Verhagen on Monday evening about the proposed apartments on State Street and George Street.

Verhagen said the investigation showed the roadway actually extends into the vacant State Street lot 16 feet. He added that there was no road there and that it extended into the area he would be building on.

“There’s a 25-foot setback per North Judson Code,” Verhagen said. “If I had permission to build closer to the lot line, I’d still be 25 feet from State Street. Then I’d be about 10 feet from the lot line. One of the reasons I would like to do this is that it gives me better use of the whole property as it gives me more space to build more apartments behind these.

Verhagen went on to explain that concrete walkways would be in the garage of each apartment. He said he would like to extend that 25 feet to State Street.

North Judson clerk-treasurer Andrew Rowe said Verhagen should put together an appeal and present it to the Board of Zoning Appeals. North Judson City Attorney Justin Schramm noted that it would fall along the same lines as a variant use.

The board advised Verhagen to present his presentation with his appeal to the BZA when completed.


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