The Eagan City Council won't be voting whether to approve a 177-unit housing development on the Parkview Golf Course property until April.
Follow Eagan Patch on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily newsletter | Blog for us The Eagan City Council's climactic vote on a controversial housing development may be delayed for several months while the council waits for an updated traffic study to be completed. For months, Eden Prairie-based Developer Hunter Emerson has been working to revise its plans for a 177-unit housing development on the 80-acre Parkview Golf Course property along Cliff Road in Eagan. The council was expected to review those plans on Feb. 5 and vote whether to approve a subdivision and preliminary planned development agreement that would allow Hunter Emerson to move forward on the project. But that vote will likely be delayed until April, thanks…
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The battle over a company's controversial proposal to redevelop Eagan's last 18-hole golf course reignited this week during an Eagan Planning Commission public hearing.
Follow Eagan Patch on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily newsletter | Blog for us Is a 20-foot buffer between a residential development and a county park really wide enough? Not according to the Eagan Planning Commission, which voted Tuesday night to recommend denial of developer Hunter Emerson's proposal to convert the 80-acre Parkview Golf Course in Eagan into a 177-unit residential development. The developer's plans for the golf course property include a tennis court, basketball court, connecting trails, a pavilion and other amenities. The Eden Prairie-based company also incorporated a mix of housing styles in its proposal to better accommodate retirees, first-time homebuyers and families looking for a larger homes. …
An amendment to Chapter 11, Section 11.70 would require Eagan residents to apply for a building permit for accessory structures larger than 120 square-feet, including sidewalks, patios, fences and retaining walls
IF YOU GO: WHEN: Tuesday, May 24, 2011 (6:30 p.m.) WHERE: Municipal Center, Council Chambers 1F, 3830 Pilot Knob Road WHO: Thomas Heaney, Mark Filipi, Peter Dugan, Dan Piper, Mike Supina, Andy Jansma and Jane Vanderpoel NOTES: Items A, B, C, D, E & F are scheduled to appear on the Tuesday June 7, 2011 City Council agenda and item G is scheduled to appear on the Tuesday June 21, 2011 City Council agenda unless otherwise noted or continued by the Advisory Planning Commission. All item's scheduled Council dates are subject to change.