The project would subdivide 10 existing parcels on an existing 2,843-acre almong orchard site on the south side of Lake Road, east of Meikle Road in the Hickman area into 71 forty-acre parcels, dedicated for the cultivation and growth of almond orchards as a primary use, with a secondary use to allow potential future compatible residential development. Property owners would have the future option to convert up to 1.5 acres of each forty acre parcel into a residential building development envelope. According to the Stanislaus County zoning regulations, (A-2-40 / General Agriculture) each forty-acre parcel would be allowed a maximum of two homes within each residential development envelope. The proposed project's primary use would continue to be the cultivation of almonds upon build-out and approximately 106.5 acres of the property would be used for residential development. The proposed project would also include the construction of private streets and utilities.
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Residential (Units 142, Acres 2,843)
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