stated that they had sold out Chadwick and Sea Spray Avenue for a total of 50 houses.
Southport was now selling Twin Oaks, which was almost sold out, and now beginning on Grey Hawk Drive, with 3 buildings already partially sold with waiting lists.
summarized the improvements approved by the Board that had recently been completed.
was seeking approval for the Grey Hawk Drive site plan and a tree removal site visit.
also stated that he
had recently planted 50 trees in the Chadwick/Sea Spray Avenue area which were not required.
Mr. Cummings inquired about the text regarding 2-unit and 5-unit buildings and Mr. Bonvie
responded that the 5-unit building was already sold and occupied and required special landscaping plans.
stated that the duplex was to be completed in the future.
referenced the flexibility of some of his
Mr. Bonvie also noted that he had won an award for best design and had been invited to be a member of the National Senior Housing Council as a result of Southport Development.
will put up a fence during construction to remain outside of the buffer zone.
There was discussion regarding reference to the buffer zone and the ZBA's authority in the conditions of the decision.
Mr. Balzarini inquired about construction access and Mr. Bonvie
confirmed that he
has had few complaints from homeowners, but that he
was proactive about making improvements and accommodations.
also referenced changes to the entrance and the widening of an existing lane, and the addition of another lane, approved by the Planning Board and Department of Public Works
However, the Fire Department requested that construction be stopped out of concern that a fire truck may be unable to access the area.
A large fire truck was sent over with no issues accessing the area.
questioned why the Fire Department would require an additional review if the roadway was being enlarged.
will follow up with Mr. Fudala regarding scheduling a date.