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Colonial Manor/Harden Land Use and Zoning Case Resolved

Two bills are being introduced into City Council this coming week that will finally resolve (hopefully) the Colonial Manor firestorm that started when Paul Harden applied for a land use and zoning change for his brother’s property – changing it from Low Density Residential to PUD.

2009-469 entails the approval of a settlement agreement to the litigation. The agreement calls for the City to adopt a remedial amendment changing the land use category back to Low Density Residential, refund the FLUM amendment adoption application fee back to Steve Harden, and reimburse Colonial Manor residents the costs incurred in hiring experts to testify in the case. The land use change back to Low Residential Density is accomplished in 2009-470.

I’m sure the Colonial Manor residents will be happy to have this issue finally resolved.

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