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Keep Savannah Commons Under the Original Conditional Use Permit

58 Signatures Goal: 100

As we all know, Savannah Commons subdivision, located at 351 Pitts School Road has become an eye sore over the years. The current 4 houses are now in foreclosure with F&M Bank.  The new property owner has sold 7 lots to Eastwood Homes.

 

Eastwood Homes realized AFTER the property was purchased, that there was a Conditional Use Permit.  Eastwood Homes should have done their due diligence PRIOR to purchasing the lots.  Now, Eastwood Homes request to have this permit amended. They have asked for:

1. To allow stacked stone as a feature option

2. Mandatory 2 car garage with double with driveways (already in permit)

3. An active homeowners association (already in permit)

4.  Authorize minimum square footages of between 1800-3000 square feet.

They believe everything else associated with the property to be acceptable.

 

Basically the only thing they are asking is to reduce the square feet.

Why??? **The original petetion states the houses will be 2157-2540 square feet.**

This range is within the range Eastwood requests. So why do they need this changed? If the petition is changed, this will allow Eastwood Homes to build houses at 1800 square feet.

 

Please sign this petition and let the City of Concord's Development Service Department know that the Carolando residents are AGAINST amending the current Conditional Use Permit (20-04).

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    Jennah Hong Kong
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    Suzy Russian Federation
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