Council gives preliminary approval to new residential plat

July 1, 2010

By Staff

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The City Council unanimously approved the preliminary plat of the Northwind Subdivision, southeast of the 118th Avenue Southeast and Southeast 88th Street intersection.

The new 2.69-acre subdivision is slated to be split into five single-family lots that range between 7,566 square feet and 16,175 square feet in size. The new subdivision would also contain two critical area tracts, a storm water retention pond and two joint-use driveways.

A critical area tract is an area that cannot be built upon because of natural features, such as wetlands, streams or steep slopes.

The site also contains a future development tract, a location on which another home could be built in the future. However, any construction on the future development tract would need to go through the city’s formal approval process.

Next, the permit applicants have to obtain engineering review permits for the site, and they have five years to do so, although they can request a two-year extension to the timeline.

After receiving engineering review permits, the site can be cleared, utilities can be put in place and roads can be constructed.

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