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Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Hill Place (Aspen Ridge) on May 6 City Council Agenda but....

The City Council responded to our Ward One Aldermen (Adella Gray and Brenda Thiel) by agreeing to visit the old Aspen Ridge site as a group on Monday afternoon. And they agreed to delay the final decision on the project until the Town Branch Neighborhood Association can meet with the developers again, most likely at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 8.
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Sunday, April 27, 2008

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Geese and goslings make do with slim rations on Aspen Ridge detention to avoid crowd at baseball games.

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Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Thursday, April 17, 2008

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Earth Day Celebration at World Peace Wetland Prairie on Sunday afternoon among several events coming up

Keep the Water Where it Falls, Maintain the Habitat — Earth Day at World Peace Wetland Prairie

Fayetteville's Town Branch Neighborhood and the OMNI Center for Peace, Justice and Ecology have announced that the Fourth Earth Day Celebration since the Founding of World Peace Wetland Prairie, a city-owned nature park and natural rain garden in south Fayetteville, is planned for 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, April 20, 2008.
Nature walks will be led by local biologists and nature enthusiasts, highlighting Arkansas native plants and describing the value of natural wetland and its function for stormwater abatement and cleansing in an urban environment.
Information from founding organizations and area environmental groups will be offered as well as an opportunity to participate in planting trees, native grass and flowering plants and in helping remove Japanese honeysuckle, fescue and other non-native invasive species. Some small trees and possibly some flowering plants will be available for adoption.
Musicians and poets are invited to perform with acoustic instruments; and environmentally friendly songs and poems are especially welcome. Activities suitable for small children will be offered.
Bird-watchers are encouraged to come at dawn or stay until dark. Bring a camera or video recorder. Nice photo opportunities are likely.
The theme for 2008 is "Keep the Water Where it Falls, Maintain the Habitat."
Updated information on plans for Earth Day activities at 1121 South Duncan Avenue in Fayetteville may be found at
http://worldpeacewetlandprairie.blogspot.com
Links to photo albums and slide shows on WPWP flora and fauna may be found at
http://www.worldpeacewetlandprairie.com
Telephone 479-444-6072
Remember: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday April 20, 2008

Monday, April 14, 2008

Aspen Ridge/Hill Place and other controversial plans on Planning Commission Agenda for April 14, 2008

FINAL AGENDA

113 W. Mountain St. Fayetteville, AR 72701 Telephone: (479) 575-8267

AGENDA FOR A MEETING OF THE
PLANNING COMMISSION
Monday, April 14, 2008, 5:30 p.m.
Room 219, City Administration Building

The following items will be considered:

Consent Agenda:
1. Approval of the minutes from the March 24, 2008 meeting.

2. CCP 08-2918: (STADIUM CENTRE COTTAGES, 557): Submitted by H2 ENGINEERING, INC. for property located at LOTS 12-14 OF THE STADIUM CENTRE COTTAGES. The property is zoned R-PZD, RESIDENTIAL PLANNED ZONING DISTRICT and contains approximately 2.45 acres. The request is to amend the approved R-PZD 06-2212 with a replat of Lots 12-14. Planner: Jesse Fulcher

3. VAC 08-2951: (SHOPPES AT WEDINGTON, 401): Submitted by MCCLELLAND CONSULTING ENGINEERS for property located at N & W OF WEDINGTON AND SALEM ROAD, W OF THE BANK OF THE OZARKS. The property is zoned C-1, NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL and contains approximately 2.24 acres. The request is to vacate 5,997 square feet of a utility easement within the subject property.
Planner: Jesse Fulcher

4. LSP 08-2950: (SHOPPES AT WEDINGTON, 401): Submitted by MCCLELLAND CONSULTING ENGINEERS for property located at LOT 2 OF ELDER APTS., N OF WEDINGTON DR. AND W OF SALEM DR. AND THE BANK OF THE OZARKS. The property is zoned C-1, NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL and contains approximately 3.40 acres. The request is to divide the subject property into two tracts of 2.24 and 1.16 acres. Planner: Jesse Fulcher

Unfinished Business:
5. CUP 08-2922: (LIGHT TOWER, LLC & VERIZON, 400): Submitted by TRACY WOODEN for property located at 1363 N. RUPPLE ROAD. The property is zoned C-1, NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL and contains approximately 1.11 acres. The request is for a wireless communication tower. Planner: Jesse Fulcher
STAFF HAS RECOMMENDED THIS ITEM BE TABLED INDEFINITELY.

6. RZN 08-2934: (NEWELL/MORTON, 404): Submitted by JAKE NEWELL & CLAY MORTON MNI, LLC for property located at 1141 HENDRIX. The property is zoned RSF-4, SINGLE FAMILY - 4 UNITS/ACRE and contains approximately 0.37 acres. The request is to rezone the subject property to RSF-8, Residential Single Family, 8 units per acre, subject to a Bill of Assurance. Planner: Andrew Garner

New Business:

7. ADM 08-2978: (SCAIFE, 100): Submitted by KEVIN NALLEY/KINAX CONSTRUCTION for property located at 3826 MONTE VALLO MANOR (LOT 42 COPPER CREEK S/D.) The request is for a variance from circle driveway separation requirements. Planner: Andrew Garner

8. LSP 08-2948: (DAVIDSON, 482): Submitted by JOHN DAVIDSON for property located at 1614 SAWYER LANE. The property is zoned RSF-4, SINGLE FAMILY - 4 UNITS/ACRE and contains approximately 0.69 acres. The request is to divide the subject property into two tracts of .45 and .24 acres. Planner: Dara Sanders

9. LSD 08-2903: (SHOPPES AT WEDINGTON, 401): Submitted by MCCLELLAND CONSULTING ENGINEERS for property located at WEST OF THE SALEM ROAD AND WEDINGTON DRIVE INTERSECTION. The property is zoned C-1, NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL and contains approximately 2.24 acres. The request is for a 15,750 s.f. commercial/retail building with associated parking. Planner: Jesse Fulcher

10. CUP 08-2942: (NATURAL STATE HEALING ARTS, INC., 524): Submitted by LISA FOGEL for property located at 534 HUNTSVILLE ROAD. The property is zoned RSF-8, SINGLE FAMILY - 8 UNITS/ACRE and contains approximately 1.46 acres. The request is for a home occupation for two in-home professional offices. Planner: Dara Sanders

11. CUP 08-2944: (CARSON, 755): Submitted by SANDY CARSON for property located at 3940 S. SALLY'S PLACE, S OF BAILEY DRIVE. The property is zoned R-A, RESIDENTIAL-AGRICULTURAL and contains approximately 2.17 acres. The request is for an accessory structure with 50% greater floor area than the principal structure. Planner: Dara Sanders

12. CUP 08-2955: (MONTEREY APARTMENTS, 483): Submitted by COMMUNITY BY DESIGN, LLC for property located at 615 WEST LAFAYETTE STREET. The property is zoned RMF-40, MULTI FAMILY - 40 UNITS/ACRE and contains approximately 0.27 acres. The request is to allow a reduction in the number of on-site parking spaces below that required by Chapter 172. Planner: Dara Sanders

13. CUP 08-2954: (PERSIMMON NURSING HOME, 477/478): Submitted by JORGENSEN & ASSOC for property located at S AND E OF PERSIMMON AT 46TH AVENUE. The property is zoned RSF-4, SINGLE FAMILY - 4 UNITS/ACRE and contains approximately 11.18 acres. The request is for a nursing home on the subject property. Planner: Andrew Garner

14. R-PZD 07-2793: (FOREST HILLS, 440): Submitted by MORRISON SHIPLEY ENGINEERS, INC. for property located at WEDINGTON DRIVE, S OF SALEM ROAD. The property is zoned R-A, RESIDENTIAL-AGRICULTURAL and contains approximately 82.39 acres. The request is for Zoning and Land Use approval for a Residential Planned Zoning District with a maximum 600 dwelling units and 206,102 s.f. of non-residential space. Planner: Jesse Fulcher

15. R-PZD 08-2915: (HILL PLACE, 561): Submitted by APPIAN CENTER FOR DESIGN for property located at THE SW CORNER OF THE 6TH STREET AND HILL AVENUE INTERSECTION. The property is zoned R-PZD, RESIDENT. PLANNED ZONING DISTRICT (ASPEN RIDGE) and contains approximately 27.10 acres. The request is for zoning, land use, and large scale development approval for a Residential Planned Zoning District with 288 multi-family dwelling units, a community building and associated parking. Planner: Andrew Garner

16. VAC 08-2916: (HILL PLACE, 561): Submitted by APPIAN CENTER FOR DESIGN for property located at THE SW CORNER OF THE 6TH STREET AND HILL AVENUE INTERSECTION. The property is zoned R-PZD, RESIDENT. PLANNED ZONING DIST. and contains approximately 27.10 acres. The request is to vacate various utility easements and right-of-ways within the subject property. Planner: Andrew Garner

17. R-PZD 06-2170: (VILLAS AT STONEBRIDGE, 645/646): Submitted by APPIAN CENTRE FOR DESIGN for property located S OF HWY. 16E AND E OF GOFF FARM ROAD. The property is zoned R-A, RESIDENTIAL-AGRICULTURAL and contains approximately 53.03 acres. The request is for zoning, land use and preliminary plat approval for a Residential Planned Zoning District with a maximum of 354 dwelling units and 65,000 s.f. of non-residential space. Phase I development approval consists of 91 single family lots. Planner: Jesse Fulcher


All interested parties may appear and be heard at the public hearings. A copy of the proposed amendments and other pertinent data are open and available for inspection in the office of City Planning (575-8267), 125 West Mountain Street, Fayetteville, Arkansas. All interested parties are invited to review the petitions. Interpreters or TDD for hearing impaired are available for all public hearings; 72 hour notice is required. For further information or to request an interpreter, please call 575-8330.

Friday, April 11, 2008

Aspen Ridge/Hill Place developers in Planning Commission meeting Monday

City of Fayetteville
Neighborhood Resources News

Public Meetings for the Week of April 14, 2008

Monday, April 14, 2008
2:00 PM Advertising and Promotion Commission * Town Center

5:30 PM MONDAY Planning Commission * Room 219
The Planning Commisson is to consider the Hill Place student-apartment plan on the Aspen Ridge site at 6th Street and Hill Avenue during this meeting. Please attend and share your comments.

Tuesday, April 15, 2008
4:00 PM Tree and Landscape Advisory Committee Room 111
5:30 PM Housing Authority Board of Commissioners * Room 326
6:00 PM City Council Meeting * Room 219

Wednesday, April 16, 2008
9:00 AM Technical Plat Review Room 326
9:30 AM Civil Service Interviews Fire Station Training Room
2:00 PM Bid Opening: Bid 08-39, CIPP Maintenance Contract Room 326

Thursday, April 17, 2008
9:00 AM Subdivision Committee * Room 219
1:30 PM Policemen's Pension and Relief Board of Trustees Room 326
3:00 PM Off-Street Parking Improvement District * Room 111
5:30 PM Fayetteville Council of Neighborhoods * Room 326
6:00 PM Jefferson Center for Art and Education Board Meeting Room 111
6:30 PM Southeast Fayetteville Community Center Meeting Yvonne Richardson Center

Friday, April 18, 2008
10:00 AM Public Safety Telecommunicator 1 Room 326

For more information go to the city website at:

www.accessfayetteville.org


Julie McQuade
Neighborhood Coordinator
City of Fayetteville
125 West Mountain
Fayetteville, AR 72701
479-575-8253
jmcquade@ci.fayetteville.ar.us

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Aspen Ridge mud before 11 p.m. Wednesday April 9, 2008

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Water coming southeast from Aspen Ridge toward intersection of South Duncan Avenue and Eleventh Street.

Storm drain at W. Eleventh and South Duncan receiving flood water from Aspen Ridge.

Storm drain 60 feet south on NE corner of intersection of S. Duncan and W. 11th.

Outlet for storm drain 250 feet east into the Town Branch of the West Fork of the White River on the upstream side of the 11th St. bridge.

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Incomplete storm drain at 11th Street and South Duncan Avenue at 10:55 p.m. Wednesday April 9, 2008. If the developers had been required to put up a 100 percent bond in winter 2005 to guarantee stormwater management on the development site, this would be clear water running off of fully vegetated land and the actual volume of water would be much less, if the original plans were correct..

Sunday, April 6, 2008

Government Channel programs April 6 through 12, 2008

FAYETTEVILLE CITY16
GOVERNMENT CHANNEL PROGRAM GUIDE
April 6-12, 2008

SUNDAY, April 6
1:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. Message Board
5:00 a.m. Defining Sustainability
5:10 a.m. Freedom Fest '03:Pity Sing
5:42 a.m. FPL: Children Poets
6:32 a.m. Community Standards For Obscenity Roundtable Discussion
7:23 a.m. Arkansas Recreation & Parks Association: Economic Impact Of Special Events
8:01 a.m. Washington/Madison County Drug Court
9:00 a.m. Subdivision Committee: April 3
Telecommunications Board Retreat: April 5
Tyson Building Ad Hoc Committee: March 27
AR. Attorney General & Arkansas Press Association FOIA Seminar Welcome & History: Tom Larimer & Justin McDaniel
Compact Florescent Light Recycling
Blair Library .Synergy Series: Rev. Bill Symes: Practical Dream Analysis
Hamestring Lift Station & East Side Line Work Ribbon Cutting
Children’s Library This Week
Arkansas Rock Art
Animals That Need Homes Now!
4:00 p.m. City Council: April 1
CAT Board: April 3
Ward 4 Meeting: March 31
Children’s Library This Week
Green Or Too Green
FPL: Oklahoma Fancy Dancers
Animal Services: New School Brings Love And Gifts
Laugh It Up At FPL: 7 Ups
Watershed Awareness
U of A Music Dept.: University Chamber Procession
Bikes, Blues & BBQ
Wetlands Workshop: On Site At CMN Business Park
FPD Officers Honored With Award Of Valor
U of A Music Dept.: Brahms with Rico McNeela & Alan Chow
Animals That Need Homes Now!
Washington/Madison County Drug Court





MONDAY, April 7
1:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. Message Board
5:00 a.m. AR. Attorney General & Arkansas Press Association FOIA Seminar: Elizabeth Walker
5:36 a.m. U of A Music Dept.: Orpheus and Euridice
6:59 a.m. A New Way To Play At Finger Park
7:07 a.m. Clabber Creek Trail Ribbon Cutting
7:21 a.m. Urban Forestry Conference 2000: Strategies For Smaller Communities. Cindy Casey
8:02 a.m. Blair Library Synergy Series: Bruce Allen: Choice Theory & Reality Therapy
8:48 a.m. Troops, Trains & Planes
9:00 a.m. Telecommunications Board Retreat: April 5
Tyson Building Ad Hoc Committee: March 27
Children’s Library This Week
Local Control of Public Rights of Way and Airways
Noon AT FPL: Plants Suited For Fayetteville With Jon Lindstrom
Animals That Need Homes Now!
FPL: Oklahoma Fancy Dancers
Arkansas Recreation & Parks Association Banquet
Children’s Library This Week
4:30 p.m. Fire Training Video
5:30 p.m. Planning Commission-LIVE
CAT Board: April 3
Children’s Library This Week
League Of Women Voters: Patriot Act Forum
Animals That Need Homes Now!
Defining Sustainability
Freedom Fest '03: Pity Sing
Innovative Environmental Education
BGSO Yes Virginia, There Are Easy to Grow Roses
Arkansas Recreation & Parks Association: Economic Impact Of Special Events
Washington/Madison County Drug Court
FPL: Harris And Roby Book Signing
Community Room @ FPL: Raja Kali On Globalization And How It Affects You
U of A Music Dept.: Songs of Love and Life
Dr. Keith Booker: Books, Bombs & Business As Usual: Fahrenheit 451 In The 1950's
Sunday Showcase: Color Print USA; The Arkansas Experience FPL: Oklahoma Fancy Dancers




TUESDAY, April 8
1:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. Message Board
5:00 a.m. Lake Fayetteville Trail Ribbon Cutting
5:09 a.m. Library Seeing Nature in a New Way: Soil, Arkansas, and People
6:19 a.m. BGSO The Modern Day Lily
6:56 a.m. Community Resources: Housing Fair Plus
7:14 a.m. BGSO: English Garden Extravaganza
8:10 a.m. Donald Harington At Ozark Writers Live
9:01 a.m. Planning Commission: April 7
Board Of Adjustments: April 7
Parks & Recreation Board: April 7
Governor's Conference 2004: The Henry Awards
Children’s Library This Week
Bicycle Safety 2002
Gifted and Talented Renaissance Fair 1998 Animals That Need Homes Now!
Washington/Madison County Drug Court
Teen Parenting: Nicotine, Alcohol, and Drugs at Special Parent Forum at Ramay Jr. High
6:30 p.m. Planning Commission: April 7
Subdivision Committee: April 3
Board Of Adjustments: April 7
Children’s Library This Week
Parks & Recreation Summer Concert Series 1998: Ultra Suede
Animals That Need Homes Now!
FPL: Planting Bulbs For Blooms
Local Control of Public Rights of Way and Airways
Making The Most Of Your Non Profit Career: Burning Bright Without Burning Out
FPL: Oklahoma Fancy Dancers
May Peace Prevail On Earth Fountain Placement
Washington/Madison County Drug Court


WEDNESDAY, April 9
1:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. Message Board
5:00 a.m. Arkansas Recreation & Parks Association: Economic Impact Of Special Events
5:38 a.m. AR. Attorney General & Arkansas Press Association FOIA Seminar: FOIA And The Press, And Questions & Answers: John Tull
6:43 a.m. U of A Music: Kabin Thomas Faculty Recital Featuring Opera
8:12 a.m. AR. Air Museum Fun Fly w/ Cave Springs Radio Controlled Flying Club.
8:30 a.m. Animals That Need Homes Now!
Farmers Market
9:00 a.m. City Council Agenda: April 8
Water & Sewer Committee: April 8
Gulley Park Concert: Patrice Pike and the Black Box Rebellion
Children’s Library This Week
Blair Library: A Visit With Frances Mayes & Friends
FPL: Oklahoma Fancy Dancers
Animals That Need Homes Now!
Washington/Madison County Drug Court
Sweden Creek Mushrooms & Flowers
FPL Hosts Author Randall Woods: LBJ, Architect Of American Ambition
4:30 p.m. Fire Training Video
5:30 p.m. Future Of Light Rail In NWA
6:02 p.m. Animals That Need Homes Now!
Farmers Market
6:30 p.m. City Council Agenda: April 8
Tyson Building Ad Hoc Committee: March 27
Telecommunications Board Retreat: April 5
Parks & Recreation Board: April 7
Water & Sewer Committee: April 8
Children’s Library This Week
Washington/Madison County Drug Court
Animals That Need Homes Now!
Flowers July 94 – Middle
Phillip W. Steele At Ozark Writers Live
AR. Attorney General & Arkansas Press Association FOIA Seminar: FOIA In Public Records
U of A Music Dept.: Wind Symphony

THURSDAY, April 10
1:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. Message Board
5:00 a.m. FPL: Planting Bulbs For Blooms
5:54 a.m. Local Control of Public Rights of Way and Airways
7:10 a.m. Making The Most Of Your Non Profit Career: Burning Bright Without Burning Out
8:39 a.m. May Peace Prevail On Earth Fountain Placement
8:52 a.m. COBRA @ FPL: Katy Duffield
9:00 a.m. Airport Board: April 9
Fayetteville Natural Heritage Association Sustainability Panel
Children’s Library This Week
Gulley Park Concert Series: Darren & Russ
Animals That Need Homes Now!
Library: Parenting Series: Cultivating Emotional Intelligence in Your Children
Fulbright Concerto Competition Semi-finals: Abdiel Fortozo
Large Scale Wind Power: A Good Fit For Arkansas?
Community Room At FPL: The Art of Travel Writing
6:30 p.m. Ordinance Review: April 3
Airport Board: April 9
Science Kids: Rocket Science
Washington/Madison County Drug Court
ICLEI Climate Conference: Building Performance Management &
Cost Savings
Children’s Library This Week
Lake Fayetteville Trail Ribbon Cutting
Library Seeing Nature in a New Way: Soil, Arkansas, and People
BGSO The Modern Day Lily
Community Resources: Housing Fair Plus
BGSO: English Garden Extravaganza
FPL: Oklahoma Fancy Dancers
Animals That Need Homes Now!
Donald Harington At Ozark Writers Live
Washington/Madison County Drug Court
2005 Gulley Park Concert Series: Leah & The Mojo Doctors

FRIDAY, April 11
1:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. Message Board
5:00 a.m. Flowers July 94 – Middle
5:17 a.m. Phillip W. Steele At Ozark Writers Live
6:03 a.m. AR. Attorney General & Arkansas Press Association FOIA Seminar: FOIA In Public Records
7:05 a.m. U of A Music Dept.: Wind Symphony
8:22 a.m. Speeding: What You Need To Know
9:00 a.m. Environmental Concerns: April 10
Historic District Commission: April 10
Affordable "Green" Homes: Yes It's True
Marc Brown, Arthur Creator, Visits FPL
Washington/Madison County Drug Court
Children’s Library This Week
FPL: Oklahoma Fancy Dancers
May Peace Prevail On Earth Fountain Placement
Animals That Need Homes Now!
Gulley Park Summer Concert Series 02: Earl's Garage
4:30 p.m. Fire Training Video
5:30 p.m. Keeping Fayetteville Beautiful
5:38 p.m. Library Seeing Nature in a New Way: China's 3 Gorges Dam & Its Impact on the Environment
7:00 p.m. Washington/Madison County Drug Court
8:00 p.m. City View
Arkansas Recreation & Parks Association: Economic Impact Of Special Events
FPL: Oklahoma Fancy Dancers
AR. Attorney General & Arkansas Press Association FOIA Seminar: FOIA And The Press, And Questions & Answers: John Tull
U of A Music Dept.: Kabin Thomas Faculty Recital featuring Opera
Library Seeing Nature In A New Way: What Native Plants Tell Us
Pops in the Park 1996: Pops Goes Broadway
Library Tea Time at Public Library Arkansas Music
Mystery Talk With Detective David Williams

SATURDAY, April 12
1:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. Message Board
5:00 a.m. U of A Music: Lohegrin - Ultimate German Romantic Concert
5:59 a.m. Bikes, Blues & BBQ
6:11 a.m. Blair Library: Readings By Hays, Moore, Heffernan
7:32 a.m. FPD Officers Honored With Award Of Valor
7:55 a.m. U of A Music Dept.: Brahms with Rico McNeela & Alan Chow
8:50 a.m. Art In The Park
9:00 a.m. City Council Agenda: April 8
Ordinance Review: April 3
Board Of Adjustments: April 7
Parks & Recreation Board: April 7
Airport Board: April 9
BBBBQ Festival Public Discussion
Animals That Need Homes Now!
Washington/Madison County Drug Court
Children’s Library This Week
Woolsey House: 19th Century Pioneer Farmstead Clean Up Reenactment
4:00 p.m. Telecommunications Board Retreat: April 5
Water & Sewer Committee: April 8
Environmental Concerns: April 10
Historic District Commission: April 10
Tyson Building Ad Hoc Committee: March 27
Children’s Library This Week
AR. Attorney General & Arkansas Press Association FOIA Seminar: Elizabeth Walker
U of A Music Dept.: Orpheus and Euridice
Animals That Need Homes Now!
A New Way To Play At Finger Park
Clabber Creek Trail Ribbon Cutting
Urban Foresty Conference 2000: Strategies For Smaller Communities. Cindy Casey
Blair Lib.Synergy Series: Bruce Allen: Choice Theory & Reality Therapy
Wetlands Workshop: On Site At CMN Business Park

Thursday, April 3, 2008

Subdivision Committee hears Hill Place/Aspen Ridge developers: Watch video on CITY 16 about 10:15 a.m. Friday

The subdivision-committee video is expected to begin at about 10:15 a.m. Friday, April 4, 2008, or a few minutes after the CAT Board meeting replay that is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. on City 16, the Cox Cable Channel 16 in Fayetteville.


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Robert Williams answers Planning Commission's subdivision committee on Aspen Ridge/Hill Place survey of owners of adjacent land

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Part 2: Robert Williams answers Planning Commission's subdivision committee on Aspen Ridge/Hill Place survey of owners of adjacent land

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