Review set on plan for subdivision near Riviera Isle

July 21, 1992|By Staff report

The Office of Planning and Zoning will meet Aug. 13 to review preliminary plans for a 5-acre subdivision near Riviera Isle.

According to plans submitted to the county, the Amherst subdivision would be built on the northeast intersection of Fort Smallwood and Elizabeth roads. Plans call for 10 single-family homes valued at between $125,000 and $149,000, with three or four bedrooms. Lots will be a little less than a half-acre.

Plans were submitted by the property's owner, American Savings Bank, at 4023 Annapolis Road.

The subdivision was considered for review three years ago, but the developer at that time, Thomas Arthur Sr. of Eddon Partnership, did not proceed with the project, said Patricia Miley, of the planning office.

At the upcoming meeting, representatives from various county agencies will review and comment on the project, including the planned roads, sidewalks, water and sewer services.

Following the discussion by the agencies, the public will allowed to comment. Approval could be given Tuesday, at a later date, or not at all. If the project is approved, the developer will have up to one year to submit final plans.

The meeting will be at the planning and zoning office at the Heritage Building, 2664 Riva Road.

Ms. Miley said anyone interested in attending the meeting should call the Office of Planning and Zoning, at 222-7459, by Friday, Aug. 7.

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