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Meeting with West Roseville Developers September 18, 2013

On September 18, 2013, WFFNA board members Loren and Sue Cook met with Jeff Jones and Ryan O’Keefe of WestPark Communities and received the following updates:

WestPark – Fiddyment Updates:

WestPark: Phase 3 is under construction, including developments by Meritage and KB Homes, all Low Density Residential (LDR). Phase 4 land has been sold for development by Pulte and Lennar. WestPark Communities has kept the property currently designated for the 4th potential school and light industrial.

Fiddyment: Building continues with Lennar and JMC developments on the east side of Fiddyment Road north of Blue Oaks. Still awaiting SEIR on SPA-3 -- will keep you informed!

Sierra Vista [area between WestPark and south to Baseline Road] Updates:

Westbrook: (south of Pleasant Grove and east of WestPark) Phase 1 has filed for a minor plan amendment: includes a slight reconfiguration of the park (retains same acreage) to accommodate housing plans; adds 10 more LDR and reduces MDR by 21 (overall 11 units less than original allocation)—less density is always a positive now. Phase 2 is in planning stage.

Sierra Vista: JMC has submitted a map plan for development of the land portion along Fiddyment Road.

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