Madison County Commission approves phase two of Clift Farm development
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - The Madison County Commission approved the Clift Farm development’s plan to move into phase two.
Phase two will allow the development of four plots for commercial use, bringing more stores and restaurants to Madison.
Joey Ceci, spokesperson for Breland companies, said these properties are being built with traffic in mind.
“Traffic of course on Highway 72 is always an ongoing concern,” Ceci said. “One thing we did ourselves as developers of Clift Farm is build an additional lane on Highway 72 to run the length of Clift Farm so that it does help with that.”
Madison County Commissioner Phil Vandiver said this traffic created by Clift Farm was the goal.
“Sort of what it’s designed for is to bring more traffic in, more customers in,” Vandiver said.
Vandiver said the county has plans in place to help ease the traffic problem in Madison County.
“I think there’s several ways the county is trying to help out,” Vandiver said. “I know we are looking at trying to expand Wall Triana to a five lane road, at least to McCrary rRad and making it a little safer down there.”
Ceci said the new development will be here before you know it.
“First we have to get the tenants in, and then they will kind of do a lot of the building,” Ceci said. “Typically from announcement to open, it takes about a year.”
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