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Paradise Valley Planning Commission tables intricate lot-split vote

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The Paradise Valley Planning Commission. Paradise Valley Independent

By Josh Martinez | Paradise Valley Independent

Several Paradise Valley resident concerns have snagged a preliminary plat and conditional use permit application for a proposed lot split and private road.

The Planning Commission voted 6-0, with commissioner Charles Covington absent, at its Tuesday, July 16 public hearing to table a vote for a two-lot subdivision with a private road at 7525 N. Ironwood Road to the Aug. 20 meeting.

This time would give the applicant a chance to provide additional drainage information per the concerns surrounding a planned wash through one of the lots.

“I think this is good opportunity to allow the applicant and the homeowners to get on the same page and move forward,” commissioner Pamela Georgelos said. “I think we’re going to be ready to vote at the next hearing.”

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