The applicant is requesting a major use permit to convert an abandoned resort to a meditation retreat. The project is proposed in two phases where the first phase will convert existing buildings onsite and construct additions to create a meditation hall and a commercial kitchen. In phase 1, capacity is proposed to accommodate up to 50 students and ten staff. Improvements will include converting several buildings to dormitory residences. In phase 2, the capacity is intended to extend to accommodate up to 95 students and staff. A new meditation hall is proposed, as well as two new teachers' residences, a dining hall, caretaker's cabin, toilet facilities, an office building, and 21 new dormitory buildings. Wastewater disposal onsite is septic and water is proposed from a well.
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