Hillside application receives preliminary approvals

A conceptual planned-unit development application for 19 single-family homes in the Northeast Hillside area was approved with conditions by a unanimous vote from the Planning and Zoning Commission on Thursday. 

The applicant, attorney Tom Kennedy, and Dirk De Pagter, a local real estate broker, represented landowner Windhorse Properties LLC. 

The conceptual PUD application sought to replat 68 lots in the Northeast Hillside area into 19 lots, and requested several variances for details related to lot size, width and density. The plan also asked for one private open space lot and an extension of Primrose Lane to allow access to the residences, as well as a geohazard fence that would be constructed above the lots. 

“Their application proposed that these variations allow them to cluster the development in a way that is more compliant with the Hillside master plan and the land use code and provides more open space which is a public benefit,” Ann Morgenthaler, the town’s interim building and planning director said during the presentation. 

With the ability to cluster the lots, the…

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