At 3485 Stanford Court, the Mount Calvary Lutheran property, 45 multi-family units are planned in the first phase of site development.
A zoning change must be approved to allow this development.
If the zoning is changed from RL-1 to RM-2, 67 units can be built when the church lease elapses (10-15 years).
If the zoning change is rejected, RL-1 zoning allows 30 units, which is far more consistent with the density of our single family neighborhood.
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about the reasons this project is not compatible with a single family neighborhood. A similar project was rejected by City Council in 1965.
Boulder's inclusionary housing law demands that any major development must include 20% as affordable housing.
Since the developer, Frasier Meadows, prefers not to have affordable housing at their site, they have arranged to have it in our neighborhood.
The 45 unit building will be placed adjacent to RL-1 single family homes on the west side of the property instead of south where there are multiple-family units.
Stanford, Dover and Harvard, Kohler, Dartmouth are all RL-1 zoning.
There are no safeguards protecting our neighborhood: noise, wildlife, height restrictions, traffic congestion, privacy. Safeguards need to be in writing.
No independent traffic study is available.
You can review the concept plan submitted to Planning Board and City Council at Mt Calvary church June 13, 2017 (4:30 pm to 6:30 pm).
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