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Monday, September 03, 2007

Nostalgia: Common Council ; April 2006: "Complete?"

Motion by Hammann, seconded by Cothard, to approve the Amended Final Land Divider’s Agreement for Westfield Meadows Subdivision, subject to the DNR’s approval of the calculation of the 100-year flood elevation. This amended final land divider’s agreement is for the Westfield Meadows Subdivision on the west side of Evansville, south of Porter Road.

The Common Council approved the final land divider’s agreement and final plat for this subdivision in November 2005. The final land divider’s agreement, however, contained some blanks at the time it was approved. Those blanks regarding which lots will not be permitted to have structures with basements, and the minimum elevation that will be permitted for openings in the foundation, have now been filled (see, e.g., paragraph L at the top of page 12), subject to receiving information for the state Department of Natural Resources (DNR) confirming that the 100-year-flood elevation is approximately 903.

In addition, the developers requested that the provision requiring them to pay the city an amount for future maintenance of the storm water detention pond on Outlot 4 be removed from the agreement, because the DNR has required the pond to be seeded with plants that must not be mowed.

Furthermore, the developers requested that the city issue building permits before the storm water detention pond north of Porter Road is complete, but that the city would not issue occupancy permits until it is complete. Motion passed.

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