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Quarry group maintains position

A member of the Quarry Neighborhood Action Group says the fight against a proposed condominium development is the same as it was when an RV village was in the picture. Earlier this month, the Door County Resource Planning Committee heard more details to subdivide 57 acres controlled by the Margaret Druetzer Trust into 43 condominiums located across from George Pinney County Park along Bay Shore Drive. The proposed parcels met the ordinance size and width requirements for the Recreational Commercial zoning district and the conceptual plat met land division ordinance requirements. Pete Hurth from Baudhuin Engineering answered questions about the roads, private wells, and septic systems that will be needed for the site. Opponents to the subdivision sent several emails to the county’s Land Use Services Director Mariah Goode, citing the site’s environmental risks among their concerns. Brenda Lange, who owns a home near the site, reiterated the points she made a month ago and in emails to the county recently.

No motion or vote is required for the conceptual plat review, but members of the Resource Planning Committee said the applicants could work on preparing and submitting a preliminary plat to be decided on at a future meeting.


Picture from June 3rd RPC Meeting Packet

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