The project is a subdivision of a 17.17-acre parcel located at 1295 Jensen Lane in the northeastern corner of the Town of Windsor. The project would subdivide the site for 30 single family lots, 26 of which would be buildable. Subdivided lots would range in size from approximately 10,976 to 43,186 square feet. The average lot size would be approximately 19,370 square feet. Water and sewer for the site would be provided by the Town of Windsor and all utilities would be undergrounded. All structures, wells, septic tanks, and fences (with exception of the westerly fence along the Vintage Hills lots) on the site would be removed as part of the project.
The project would include a 100-foot agricultural buffer along the southern boundary of the project site. Lots 13, 14, 15, and 16 along the southern portion of the project site and near the existing vineyard would not be developed until agricultural uses on the parcel t
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