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8/14/2008
New Castle County Land Use Dept. Again Rejects The Shops at Brandywine, Stoltz proposal for the Woodlawn Trustees

Department of Land Use Final Exploratory Report

Date - August 14, 2008, 2008
Engineering Firm – Apex Engineering, Inc.
Application Number – 20080274
Name of Project – The Shops at Brandywine
Description - 364,000 s.f. mixed use development
Type of Plan - Major rezoning land development
Date of 1st Review- April 22, 2008

Project Review Team

Planner:  Michael J. Bennett, 395-5436
Engineer:  Eric Laramore, 395-5447                        
Historical:  Christine Quinn, 395-5521
Transportation:  John Janowski, 395-5426
Special Services: Dave Thurman, 395-5752

Status of Review – Not approved- Submit a revised exploratory sketch and associated fee.  Subject to addressing the previous review comments, the Department will consider exploratory approval after which a preliminary plan may be submitted in accordance with Section 40.31.113 of the County Code.

County Board Hearing –  Planning Board                                                          
                        Board of Adjustment
                        RPATAC
                        Historic Review Board


As a result of the Planning Board public hearing held on August 5, 2008 no new issues or comments were raised affecting compliance with the County Code.  Subjects discussed concerning drainage and traffic will be fully addressed upon completion of more detailed plans and TIS respectively, as required by the County Code.  Appropriateness of the zoning will be addressed during review of the preliminary plan and public hearing.  Therefore, the Department’s review of July 23, 2008 is final.

c.c.        Woodlawn Trustees, Inc.
            Councilman Robert Weiner

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