ARCADE leaders have again delayed voting on a proposed 1,600-acre mixed-use subdivision along Hwy. 129 and three other roads until water service issues with the Jackson County Water and Sewerage Authority (JCWSA) can be negotiated.
Arcade tabled the matter last month. On Monday, city council postponed any action indefinitely, pending those negotiations.
The subdivision called “Arcade Meadows” would potentially phase-in 4,000 homes, two school sites and commercial development over the next 40 years.
The city and the county water and sewerage are still trying to determine whether the developers will purchase water from Arcade or the JCWSA.
The development would encompass 1,604 acres along Hwy. 129, Holiday Cemetery Road, B. Whitfield Road and 4W Farm Road. Plans for Arcade Meadows include a city center, a commercial center (with opportunities for office, research and retail facilities) and multiple housing options.