Thursday, July 17, 2008

Spring Valley--Planning Commission Hearing Moved Up!

The Planning Commission has scheduled a meeting on July 28 at 11 a.m. to review Spring Valley's requests. That same evening, Spring Valley's request will be on the agenda for City Council's Community Development meeting.

If you are interested in the outcome of either meeting, please plan to attend.

(See comments for results of these hearings)

4 comments:

Mark F. Craig said...

Documents including the Planning Commission and Engineer's comments regarding the Conditional Use application for the cluster development can be found under the Documents section.

Mark F. Craig said...

The Planning Commission tabled the application for the conditional use regarding the cluster homes at Spring Valley. The application was incomplete and by ordinance the Planning Commission needs additional information to make its decision. Mr. Corna presented his plans and addressed some of the concerns raised by residents who came out to speak. Many of the adjacent landowners were in attendance, particularly from Vista Court. The next meeting is scheduled for August 19 at 11 a.m., although I informed the Planning Commission that I have a conflict with that date (I intend to ask them to reschedule this meeting).

Mr. Corna is also interested in hosting a meeting at Spring Valley to discuss residents' concerns and attempt to answer their questions.

Mark F. Craig said...

On August 19, 2008 the Planning Commission met and approved the conditional use application submitted by Spring Valley. They imposed several conditions. You can download a copy of the report under the Documents section of this page. Most notably, there is a requirement that Spring Valley agree to restrict development on the property and maintain open space.

Mark F. Craig said...

On August 19, 2008 the Planning Commission met and approved the conditional use application submitted by Spring Valley. They imposed several conditions. You can download a copy of the report under the Documents section of this page. Most notably, there is a requirement that Spring Valley agree to restrict development on the property and maintain open space.