Irongate faces precarious future
DeKALB – The future of ShoDeen Construction’s new Irongate development hinges on a single vote from the DeKalb City Council.
Alderwomen Kristen Lash and Monica O’Leary, of the 3rd and 7th wards respectively, have said they will oppose the annexation agreement with ShoDeen, regardless of whether company President Dave Patzelt adheres to the council’s wishes in his plan for the roughly 1,000-home development near DeKalb High School.
Annexation agreements require a supermajority – or six of eight council members voting yes. Had Patzelt pushed for a vote Monday, he would have failed. Other members of the council expressed willingness to work with Patzelt, provided that he met their wishes.
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