The proposed project is intended to be an all-season recreational residential development. The project includes the construction of 210 residential units. The project site includes 277 acres zoned as Residential (S-3) and 40 acres zoned as General Forest. The project would incorporate a variety of recreational components which may include a recreation center near the site entrance with interior exercise facilities and an exterior swimming pool/spa with barbeque facilities. Additional recreational activities located along the main entry road may include a 9-hole putting course, a trout pond for fly fishing, an ice skating pond, and a large grassed playfield area for soccer, softball, touch football and/or other lawn activities. The primary site acces would be provided from Highway 70 near the current unpaved access road. Some improvements may be necessary to Highway 70 to accommodate the site entrance. Water for the proposed development would be provided from groundwater wells to be installed on the site. A package wastewater treatment system would be installed on the site to process the project's wastewater.
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