The Danville Planning Commission is scheduled Tuesday to debate an appeal challenging a residential project that would reduce a lot area in western Danville from 63,880 square feet down to 44,037 square feet.
Set for a special commission meeting, the proposal calling for reducing the lot area located at 16 and 20 Macomber Road has been challenged by members of the Montair Homeowners Association, who argue the plan would conflict with HOA conditions.
Filed on behalf of the Montair HOA by resident Randy Ritter, the appeal states that the project would violate the covenants, conditions and restrictions (CC&Rs) for the Montair HOA that require a minimum lot size of 1.5 acres (65,000 square feet) and that the owners' request would drop their lot size below that minimum requirement.
Town staff have recommended the commission deny the appeal and uphold the town's approval of a land-use permit request allowing the lot line adjustment.
Residents can view the Danville Planning Commission's special meeting at 5 p.m. on Tuesday (Feb. 23), video teleconferencing application Zoom, which can be accessed using Webinar ID 891 6084 6012.
Residents can provide live comments during the meeting, by signing into the Zoom meeting and clicking the "Raise Your Hand" option in Zoom. When the agenda item is opened to public comment speakers can press the option and will have up to three minutes to share their comments.