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An ordinance to establish buffering requirements between dissimilar residential developments, progress on the Cobblestone Ranch regional park and a discussion for a 2020 Recreational Feasibility Study were all topics on Town Council’s Dec. 17 meeting agenda.
Here’s a more in-depth look at those agenda items:
Also on the agenda, Town Council approved a zoning amendment for the Lanterns Planned Development Plan. The amendment allows for the creation of a 5-acre retail-commercial, planned-use area and the addition of a church or place of worship as a permitted land use. This amendment does not increase the maximum number of dwelling units, introduce new housing types, eliminate the traditional and age-restricted planning areas, nor add or remove any uses previously permitted.
Council also approved a loan that secures funding to build more than a dozen major stormwater infrastructure projects. These projects will be built over the next five years.
The next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 7.
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