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Developer meeting 9689, 9731 W. Shields Ave.

posted Jan 24, 2018, 8:33 AM by Richard Llewellyn
Here is an email received late last night regarding a required developer meeting for a 20 house proposal: 

Prior to submittal of a development application, Boise City Code requires a meeting between the applicant and neighbors.  We would like to provide you with this notice and meet and review our project which is to be located at the properties currently addressed as 9689 and 9731 W. Shields Avenue, Boise ID 83714.  


You may have received a notice about this project previously but I also wanted to email you about our upcoming meeting.  Additionally, our project has grown in scope with the addition of the property located at 9731 W. Shields  Ave. and we wanted an opportunity to discuss it with you.


This is not a formal public hearing, and public officials will not be present.  We would simply like to take the opportunity to explain what we are proposing and answer any potential questions you may have.  If you have questions that you would like to address with Boise City Planning and Zoning, you can reach them at (208) 384-3830.


Meeting & Project Summary:


Purpose:  To review the project details for a 20 lot planned unit development (20 single family residential homes and common area).


When:  Thursday, January 25th at 7pm


Where:  9689 W. Shields Avenue, Boise ID 83714 (one of the subject properties)


Project Description:  We will be applying to the City to build 20 single level, detached single family residential homes.  Our current house floor plan has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths 1,067 square feet with a detached 2-car garage.  We have included a sample site plan for your review.  To be clear, we are in the design phase so there may be some adjustments.


If you aren’t able to attend the meeting, or if you would simply like to discuss the project, you can reach Brian Peavey at (208) 631-2020 or via email at brianpeavey@gmail.com


Sincerely,              

Brian Peavey and Robert Mairs

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Richard Llewellyn,
Jan 24, 2018, 8:33 AM
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