The Danville Planning Commission is set to discuss issues related to two development projects, including one proposing 20 new single-family homes in southwestern Danville, during its Tuesday night meeting this week.
Ponderosa Homes hopes to construct the new residences on a low-lying, 10-acre portion of a nearly 110-acre parcel near the end of Midland Way. The rest of the land would be designated as permanent open space, under the proposal.
The commissioners are scheduled to receive public comment Tuesday (Nov. 26) about the adequacy of the draft environmental impact report prepared for the Ponderosa Homes development application. They will not discuss the application itself, and they will not consider acting on the draft EIR or the application Tuesday.
Responses to oral or written comments will be included as part of the project's final EIR, which will be presented and debated at a future date.
In other business, the commission will discuss whether to approve a proposal to build a 3,830-square-foot home with an attached garage on a Sherburne Hills Road parcel located in a town-designated major ridgeline area.
Commissioners will also consider adopting a draft set of Planning Commission Guidelines.
Tuesday's regular meeting will convene at 7:30 p.m. inside the Town Meeting Hall at 201 Front St.