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Leland Report for Wednesday, April 01, 2015
One Year Ago... Getting It Back Together

Vol XV #003                                                                                                    

Report # 5113 ~ Photo: LR4-1-15 ~ Registered Users.... 6972

6:00 am. ~ 27° ~ Fair ~ Wind: East at 3 mph ~ Humidity: 73%

Sunrise is at 7:24 am ~ Ave. Low is 26°~ Record Low is 18° (2011)

3:30 pm. ~ 52° ~ Sunny ~ Wind: Southwest at 6 mph~ Humidity: 38%

Sunset is at 8:10 pm ~ Ave. High: 46° ~ Record High is 68° (2006)

Moonphase: Waxing Gibbous ~ Pressure: 30.01 ~ Dew Point: 27° ~ Visibility: 10 Miles

Daylight: 12H 46mns 

Forecast for 4/2/2015 - Rain/Thunder,  High: 51° F- Low: 35° F

No April Fools today!  It's just too nice to fool around with.

Latest Information About the Development of the Jail Property: The Planning Board did not vote yes or no on the proposal, but agreed to have a formal public hearing on this on April 22nd.


The developer of the Leland River Club changed his proposal again during his presentation at the meeting.  The developer will  have to submit a "final" proposal soon to have it be the subject of the public hearing.


The developer said at the meeting that the cost of these units will run between $450,000 and 900,000. At this time there 'affordable housing' is not a consideration.


The developer told the Planning Board that if his current plan is not approved, he will 'go ahead with the PUD as originally proposed by Kelly and Varley', meaning more units. He made it clear he and his investors are "not going away."


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From Boatwright on 4/1/2015 
Well, in my opinion the Varley-Kelly Site Plan was far superior than anything this guy has produced. It's on page 22 of the recent appraisal, which you can download as a PDF file here: http://tinyurl.com/leland-pud-appraisal -Thedensity may be slightly higher but the number of structures is about the same, and the cars are handled internally. Also, the homes near the river are the expensive ones, and less of them, so there won't be a renter's Partytown USA at the pool at river's edge.
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