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The view along the northern part of Lakeview Drive. Photo by Brian McMillan

Planning board opts for wide 'view protection zones' for proposed development on former golf course

Friday, Nov. 20, 2020 |

The view along the northern part of Lakeview Drive. Photo by Brian McMillan

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The developer's proposed conceptual plan. City staff preferred wider buffers and more limited space for development, and the planning board largely agreed.

Friday, Nov. 20, 2020 |

The developer's proposed conceptual plan. City staff preferred wider buffers and more limited space for development, and the planning board largely agreed.

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The developer's proposal is on the left, and city staff's on the right. City staff wanted a smaller area developed, with a larger buffer between the proposed development and existing homes. The planning board sided with staff.

Friday, Nov. 20, 2020 |

The developer's proposal is on the left, and city staff's on the right. City staff wanted a smaller area developed, with a larger buffer between the proposed development and existing homes. The planning board sided with staff.

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The developer's proposal is on the left, and city staff's at right. The difference is in the bottom left corner: The developer proposed residential lots, and staff wanted to keep it vegetated. The planning board agreed with staff.

Friday, Nov. 20, 2020 |

The developer's proposal is on the left, and city staff's at right. The difference is in the bottom left corner: The developer proposed residential lots, and staff wanted to keep it vegetated. The planning board agreed with staff.

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The developer's proposal is on the left, and city staff's at right. The developer proposed residential use on much of the land, while staff wanted it to keep it natural. The planning board sided with staff.

Friday, Nov. 20, 2020 |

The developer's proposal is on the left, and city staff's at right. The developer proposed residential use on much of the land, while staff wanted it to keep it natural. The planning board sided with staff.

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The developer wanted to place a stormwater pond on Tract 4 to support development on Tract 3, while staff wanted no development on Tract 3 and no pond on Tract 4. The planning board sided with staff.

Friday, Nov. 20, 2020 |

The developer wanted to place a stormwater pond on Tract 4 to support development on Tract 3, while staff wanted no development on Tract 3 and no pond on Tract 4. The planning board sided with staff.

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On Tract 5, both the developer and city staff agreed to let the land return to forest.

Friday, Nov. 20, 2020 |

On Tract 5, both the developer and city staff agreed to let the land return to forest.

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The developer wanted a stormwater pond on Tract 6 and lots on Tract 7 (left); city staff wanted no pond and a larger buffer (right). The planning board sided with staff.

Friday, Nov. 20, 2020 |

The developer wanted a stormwater pond on Tract 6 and lots on Tract 7 (left); city staff wanted no pond and a larger buffer (right). The planning board sided with staff.

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The developer's proposal is on the left, and city staff's at right. City staff wanted larger view protection zones in the northern and eastern parts of the parcel. The planning board sided with staff.

Friday, Nov. 20, 2020 |

The developer's proposal is on the left, and city staff's at right. City staff wanted larger view protection zones in the northern and eastern parts of the parcel. The planning board sided with staff.

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The developer's proposal is on the left, and city staff's on the right. Staff wanted to restrict development to the upper third of Tract 9. The planning board opted to allow the developer's sketch, but with a 100-foot buffer.

Friday, Nov. 20, 2020 |

The developer's proposal is on the left, and city staff's on the right. Staff wanted to restrict development to the upper third of Tract 9. The planning board opted to allow the developer's sketch, but with a 100-foot buffer.

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