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Framing of three houses in new development should begin in September

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A view of the paved entrance into the new housing development.

WOODBINE — You can begin to see the Harvest Hills housing development in Woodbine taking shape, at least a little bit, as of this past week due to the paving that was done.

The entrance to the new housing development, located west of The CREW Center, is now paved for the time being, which is just the start of a very large project.

At a Woodbine community update meeting July 29at The CREW Center, Harvest Hills was one of the talking points.

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“We’ve been working on this first phase here since April and we’re a little ahead of schedule, which is great,” said Greg Rothermel, of NuStyle Development, the general contractor on the project.

The whole housing development will encompass 150 lots to be built over a roughly 20-year period of time.

The first phase will include 25 estate lots. The cost will be around $3.9 million.

Read the full feature story in the August 4 issue of your hometown newspaper, The Twiner-Herald!

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