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Borowskys ask for delay on Spring Creek Ranch hearing

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By Ron Eland | Sedona Red Rock News

A decision on whether or not a proposed housing develop­ment receives the green light to move ahead will now have to wait a little longer.

Late last week, Eric Borowsky and his daughter, Lisa Borowsky, requested a 60-day continuance before appearing before the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors regarding their zone change request for the proposed Spring Creek Ranch. They were scheduled to appear before the supervi­sors on Wednesday, Jan. 15. 

“Our immediate plan has been to carefully review each of the Planning Commissioner’s comments and/or concerns and use those as a guide for improving our proposal,” Lisa Borowsky said. “Since the Planning Commission meeting we have connected with a number of Verde Valley residents and professionals who are very supportive of what we are trying to accomplish, and they have offered some very good input as well, which we are excited about.” 


pring Creek Ranch is proposed as a 282 acre master-planned community of off State Route 89A halfway between Sedona and Cottonwood.
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