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1. Annexation and Zoning to RS6 (Single-Family Residential 6,000 sq. ft.) zoning district to connect to city utilities for a single family home at 1028 N Middleton Rd (a 1.09 acre parcel #R3139100000 in the SW ¼ of Section 7, T3N, R2W, BM) for James Cornell (ANN-202-21).
2. Conditional Use Permit to construct six (6) Duplex buildings on six (6) lots in an RS6 (Single-family Residential 6,000 sq. ft) Zoning District at 1101, 1107, 1113, 1119, 1201, and 1207 Blaine Ave., totaling 1.41 acres (located in the NE ¼ of Section 29, T3N, R2W, BM) for Charles Brandon Rawlins representing Olde Mill Investment Properties, LLC (CUP-223-21).
3. Annexation and Zoning to RS6 (Single-family Residential 6,000 sq. ft.) zoning district, at 0 E Locust Ln., a small portion of 0 Robinson Rd., 0 & 4417 S Happy Valley Rd (Parcel #'s: R2891801000, R2891700000, R29512010A0, R2951401000); and Preliminary Plat approval for Harvest Creek Subdivision for two hundred fourteen (214) detached single-family lots on approximately 39 acres and thirty-five (35) common lots on 14.88 acres; for a gross density of 3.05 and a net density of 5.5; a 70.28 acre portion of the proposed 76.2 annexation area, located on the east side of S Happy Valley Rd (NW ¼ of Section 7, T2N, R1W, BM), for Hayden Homes Idaho LLC/Tim Mokwa representing multiple property owners (ANN-199-21 & SPP-077-21).
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