Veneta : Southwest area specific plan
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This Veneta Southwest Area Specific Plan is a refinement of the Specific Plan that was presented to the City of Veneta in 1999 and adopted in 2000. It includes a number of changes to address conflicts between housing density and lot size limitations, recognize additional wetlands and allow limited filling and alteration, encourage use of a surface stormwater drainage and detention system that is separate from existing wetlands and drainageways, and provide flexibility of housing type and density to respond to shifts in the housing market. The Plan provides a performance-oriented approach for developing the 128-acre Southwest Neighborhood Center into a new neighborhood of mixed residential and supporting commercial uses. [From the Plan]
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