The Township’s Conservation Residential zoning district, created in 2008, covers the majority of the less developed western side. Much of the development in that area since has taken the form of cluster subdivisions, which minimize the footprint of development and permanently preserve environmental features. (more on p. 25 of the Comp Plan)
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No house is "affordable" under current zoning and market conditions. Can someone show how the new zoning will not make this even worse?
Are we setting ourselves for houses at 1.5MM on half acre or less lots?
Does not look like a lot of land is undeveloped as a percentage of that Grey Area.
I don't know what western side refers to. Can I have a visual please?
Test comment: Check out the sidewalks on Mallard Pond!