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Employment History

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Gallery Park

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Marc O'Rourke, owner of ...

www.bellevilleview.com [cached]

Marc O'Rourke, owner of Landmarc Building/Development in Novi, addressed what he described as the two issues raised in a previous planning commission meeting in February.

The first issue, O'Rourke said, was mitigating the environmental impact of the new subdivision on the Griggs drain at the north end of the subdivision.
O'Rourke said that a swale ditch would be constructed at the north end of the site during construction, to trap water runoff and direct it away from the drain.
In order to protect the drain after the new homes are built and occupied, O'Rourke said that homeowners adjacent to the drain will be required to use a lawn fertilizer with limited phosphorus content.The requirement will be noted in the deed to the property.
The other requirement that he was asked to address, O'Rourke said, was an Alternatives Analysis that showed alternatives layouts of the homes in the subdivision.
O'Rourke said that five site layout alternatives had been considered, but when factors like the front of the homes facing Haggerty Road, open space and tree preservation were considered, the specific site plan proposal before the Planning Commission was the best alternative.


Marc O'Rourke, owner of ...

www.bellevilleview.com [cached]

Marc O'Rourke, owner of Landmarc Building/Development in Novi, addressed what he described as the two issues raised in a previous planning commission meeting in February.

The first issue, O'Rourke said, was mitigating the environmental impact of the new subdivision on the Griggs drain at the north end of the subdivision.
O'Rourke said that a swale ditch would be constructed at the north end of the site during construction, to trap water runoff and direct it away from the drain.
In order to protect the drain after the new homes are built and occupied, O'Rourke said that homeowners adjacent to the drain will be required to use a lawn fertilizer with limited phosphorus content.The requirement will be noted in the deed to the property.
The other requirement that he was asked to address, O'Rourke said, was an Alternatives Analysis that showed alternatives layouts of the homes in the subdivision.
O'Rourke said that five site layout alternatives had been considered, but when factors like the front of the homes facing Haggerty Road, open space and tree preservation were considered, the specific site plan proposal before the Planning Commission was the best alternative.


Planning commissioners listened to the ...

www.bellevilleview.com [cached]

Planning commissioners listened to the proposal from Marc O'Rourke, a representative of Landmarc Building/ Development in Novi.


Howell developers end drainage dispute - 05/09/02

www.detnews.com [cached]

In the meantime, Gallery Park developer Marc O'Rourke, of Landmarc Building/Development Inc., has submitted revised engineering plans that will allow Town Commons to tap into his developments' proposed drainage system.He expects the city to approve the plans and issue the construction permits he needs within a month. Town Commons and Gallery Park are next door to each other on the north side of M-59 just west of Oak Grove Road. Last fall, residents along Henderson Road just north of Town Commons experienced severe flooding when water overflowed from a 1.5-million-gallon retention basin on the Town Commons property.The city ordered Town Commons to come up with a better storm water drainage system, and in the meantime stopped issuing some construction and occupancy permits. City officials wanted Town Commons to tap into a drainage system to be built for Gallery Park.While the two developers struggled to reach an agreement, the city delayed approval of Gallery Park's engineering plans.

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"That was Marc's issue.He didn't want to have to pay for that work.Anything over and above his scope of work we'll take care of." Earlier this year, DeMaria offered O'Rourke $15,000 for the easement rights to tap into Gallery Park's system.
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That wasn't enough for O'Rourke, who said the offer wasn't "serious." Now, O'Rourke said he's satisfied the amount of infrastructure DeMaria will pay for is equal to the value of the easement. "It's fairly simple.They're going to do some of the installation of some of the storm sewer in exchange for a property easement," O'Rourke said."We're glad they stepped up to the plate and made what we consider a reasonable offer." Under the agreement, water will drain from Town Commons through Gallery Park's pipes to a retention pond at the northwest corner of M-59 and Oak Grove Road.From there, the water will flow over ground to a 24-inch storm sewer pipe that runs underneath the M-59/Oak Grove intersection and empties into Bogue Creek.


Howell developers end drainage dispute - 05/09/02

www.detnews.com [cached]

In the meantime, Gallery Park developer Marc O'Rourke, of Landmarc Building/Development Inc., has submitted revised engineering plans that will allow Town Commons to tap into his developments' proposed drainage system.He expects the city to approve the plans and issue the construction permits he needs within a month. Town Commons and Gallery Park are next door to each other on the north side of M-59 just west of Oak Grove Road. Last fall, residents along Henderson Road just north of Town Commons experienced severe flooding when water overflowed from a 1.5-million-gallon retention basin on the Town Commons property.The city ordered Town Commons to come up with a better storm water drainage system, and in the meantime stopped issuing some construction and occupancy permits. City officials wanted Town Commons to tap into a drainage system to be built for Gallery Park.While the two developers struggled to reach an agreement, the city delayed approval of Gallery Park's engineering plans.

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"That was Marc's issue.He didn't want to have to pay for that work.Anything over and above his scope of work we'll take care of." Earlier this year, DeMaria offered O'Rourke $15,000 for the easement rights to tap into Gallery Park's system.
...
That wasn't enough for O'Rourke, who said the offer wasn't "serious." Now, O'Rourke said he's satisfied the amount of infrastructure DeMaria will pay for is equal to the value of the easement. "It's fairly simple.They're going to do some of the installation of some of the storm sewer in exchange for a property easement," O'Rourke said."We're glad they stepped up to the plate and made what we consider a reasonable offer." Under the agreement, water will drain from Town Commons through Gallery Park's pipes to a retention pond at the northwest corner of M-59 and Oak Grove Road.From there, the water will flow over ground to a 24-inch storm sewer pipe that runs underneath the M-59/Oak Grove intersection and empties into Bogue Creek.

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