By Rod Rose For the Times Sentinel
Zionsville Times Sentinel
---- — Harvest Park, a 295-home subdivision in Whitestown, moved a step closer to the start of construction after a drainage concept plan was approved unanimously Tuesday, Feb. 18, by the Boone County Drainage Board. The 109-acre development, planned by the Pulte Group, is in the 4900 block of South Main Street (CR 650 E), north of CR 500 S. The property is owned by Harrison and Jack Eiteljorg. “At this point, it meets the requirements for a conceptual approval,” Cary Dailey, an engineer with Christopher Burke Engineering, told the drainage board. The plans had been under review for a couple months, Dailey said. See Wednesday's Times Sentinel for the full story.