Proposed project should win approval, developer says Community planned for Tick Neck Road area

November 02, 1995|By Edward Lee | Edward Lee,SUN STAFF

Charles Snyder says his proposed 12-house development on three acres in Pasadena will be a welcome alternative to the townhouses and condominiums in the Tick Neck Road area and shouldn't have any problem winning county approval.

"Why would anyone object to 12 new homes on a large piece of land?" asked Mr. Snyder, president and founder of C. Snyder and Associates.

The county Department of Planning and Code Enforcement will review Mr. Snyder's plans during a public hearing at 10 a.m. today at the agency's subdivision application center in the Heritage Center on Riva Road in Annapolis.

Mr. Snyder wants to turn slightly more than three acres of land southwest of Tick Neck Road and Edwin Raynor Boulevard, just south of Tick Neck Park, into a community called White Gables. The houses would average 7,500 square feet and cost about $135,000, he said.

"We're a move-up project for the people there," said Mr. Snyder, "There are a lot of duplexes, a lot of townhouses."

The review "should be smooth," he said. "I'm not trying to do anything irregular. I'm just trying to put a nice little community together."

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