The Knights of Columbus received a favorable recommendation from the Greenfield Plan Commission Tuesday night to split an acre off its five-acre property so that it can be sold.
The plan will likely go to the Greenfield Common Council Nov. 15.
The new proposed one-acre lot would be on the north side of the Knights of Columbus property, 3200 S. 103 St., and it exceeds the city's minimum size requirements for a new lot. Zoning there is commercial.
This is the second piece of land the Knights want to split off. In July, it received permission to split 1.9 acres off the southern part of the property. Nothing has been built there yet.
The Knights building and parking lot are in the middle of a long piece of property. Officials want to sell off the unused open areas on either end.
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