Why did it take so long for the Town to show the public the notice for Meadows Filing 16? Anyway that the developer will donate that land to the Town or Parks and Recreation to be used for open

space and not 118 new residences? There are so many negatives against developing that area.

The Town has specific requirements for notifying residents of new development activity. For The Meadows Filing 16, a description of the project, the vicinity map and site plan were made available to the public on the Development Activity Map in July 2018, when the application was first received. The Development Activity Map is accessible from every page on CRgov.com through a link at the top of the page. Further, public notice signs have been posted on the site since Nov. 28, 2018. As to your question about a donation, the developer donated over 200 acres of land for the construction of Philip S. Miller Park, and more than 40 percent of The Meadows’ land area is reserved for open space. For more information and to stay up-to-date with public notices, visit CRgov.com/development.

 


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1. Is there a plan to have a sidewalk from Morningview to Wolfensberger on Coachline Road?
2. Why did it take so long for the Town to show the public the notice for Meadows Filing 16? Anyway that the developer will donate that land to the Town or Parks and Recreation to be used for open
3. Who owns the horses seen west of Santa Fe on each side of North Meadows?
4. My question pertains to the CityScape development by Richmond...
5. What is going to be built on the corner of Low Meadow Boulevard and Celestial Ave?