However Curo also needs to give tenants the assurances they are seeking and build a broader consensus over its regeneration plans. We all want to see investment in Foxhill, but in a way which builds upon the strengths of the community here.”There are still many hurdles to pass before work can start and time to amend the proposals before Curo seeks detailed planning permission for each phase. I would therefore urge Curo to use this time to engage with residents and come up with plans that the community can get behind, and in my view complete demolition is not the right solution.”.
Brown said defendants are alleged to have thought that they would be able to hide in plain sight an illegal drug farming operation but, of course, they were mistaken. Voiced surprise after last week raid on their tiny street. The house sits on the corner of Forest Road and East Drive, on the eastern side of Douglas Manor..
I disappointed in Butte Environmental Council and its attempts to sabotage a very well thought out, state of the art recycling and renewable energy project in Glenn County. Particularly when part of BEC mission is education and awareness of recycling and that there is no BEC RARE program (Recycling and Rubbish Education) is funded by the Neal Road Landfill tipping fees. That seems like a conflict of interest, since Neal Road Landfill has been opposed to this project from the beginning..
It is because of the poor examples we are seeing on the national stage, but I been hearing more and more, recently, about inconsiderate and unpleasant interactions in public meetings on County issues right here in Arlington. Board member John Vihstadt, who is running for re election this year, said the county should strive for more transparency in government, have greater fiscal discipline and better mitigate the impacts of development.Vihstadt said cost/benefit analyses should be required of every new development, something he called a recommendation of the 2015 Community Facilities Study.jurisdictions do this; so can Arlington, he said. Leverage the new political dynamic in Richmond by broadening the scope of community benefits to find new ways to help offset the cost and stress of additional development on our surrounding neighborhoods.
The Subdivision Control Ordinance provides guidance on how property is to be divided. A division of property can occur for any type of property: residential, commercial, industrial, etc. The use of the term “subdivision” is not limited to “new houses”.