The interchange of Routes 36 and 37 in Delaware County is the focus of two future development proposals, The Columbus Dispatch reports. One development group, including Nationwide Realty Investors and the Weiler Cos., has submitted a proposal to Berkshire Township for the 1,700-acre North Star development, which would include “housing and shopping northeast of I-71 and Rts. 36/37,” and would extend “the Rts. 36/37 exit ramp northward by about a quarter-mile,” the article said. The proposed project includes the possibility that “a joint economic-development agreement could be created for additional funding and a community authority established to levy fees on future property owners.” Another group is expected to propose the NorthGate Centre, also in Berkshire Township, southeast of Routes 36/37. “Studies have shown that a southern exit would divert more than five times as much traffic from Rts. 36/37 as one to the north,” according to Sunbury Administrator David Martin. For more, read the full story.