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Livermore planners split on proposed Sunset Development housing projects

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Becky June 08, 2014 at 02:25 PM
At one time, they talked about re-zoning the Springtown golf course, and building housing. I think they should put a road right down the middle of it that will replace Bluebell, and put lots of greenspace and soundwalls around it. Springtown has the worst road-planning in Livermore.
TrueRealist June 08, 2014 at 02:43 PM
South Livermore isn't the wealthiest? Better check your facts big fella. Best schools, highest property values and least crime. Trust me, my fair share is plenty. I'm sorry you depend on others since your share isn't enough. Now that I've got that out of the way.... Spring town has the largest amount if open space with direct access to vasco and 580 which are the heavy commuter areas. Pull your head out if the sand. This isn't about your precious Bluebell drive.
a local citizen June 08, 2014 at 04:14 PM
Planning Commission Meeting June 3rd Agenda Item 5.04 Hearing to consider a request to subdivide land to create parcels to construct a housing development consisting of 58 attached three story townhouse residential units in 11 buildings, a private park, landscaping/ lighting, private streets and circulation paths; to change zoning standards to accommodate residential development; and to review the proposed architecture and landscape site plan and design. • Location: 985 Bluebell Drive (southwest corner at Las Flores Road) • Applicant: KB Home • On-site and off-site public improvements: Includes sewer, water, storm, streets, lighting, traffic signage, modification to Las Flores Road street median openings to facilitate circulation, and modification of Bluebell Drive entrance to site. • Site Area: 3.2± acres • Zoning: Planned Development (PD)/Planned Unit Development (PUD) 18-83 • General Plan: Urban High (UH) 3 (14-18 dwellings per acre) • Historic Status: None • CEQA: A Mitigated Negative Declaration under the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) will be considered. • Application Numbers: Vesting Tentative Tract Map 7724 (SUB 13-009), Zoning Map Amendment 13-004, and Site Plan Design Review 13-026 • Project Planner: Frank Guido Recommendation: Staff recommends the Planning Commission adopt a resolution recommending the City Council approve Vesting Tentative Tract Map 7724 (SUB 13-009), Zoning Map Amendment 13-004, and Site Plan Design Review 13-026, subject to conditions.
Desert Rat June 08, 2014 at 04:46 PM
Why not expand around Costco/Las Positas College for high density housing? I understand they are talking about turning Las Positas into a four year college eventually and if so, they will need considerably more apartments and condos nearby. It is also right near the freeway and the construction will not impact existing residents nearly as much.

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