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What do changes mean?
June 22, 2011 - Jessica Collier
So I made reference to it in a post earlier today about The Wild Center, but yesterday a big question was raised about what exactly we are to do with any changes like that which are proposed or talked about now by the developers.
There have been several changes in the application since the June 2010 APA submission, the most recent one, including changes to the water/wastewater plans and The Wild Center land offering.
Yesterday, a few of the parties brought up concerns about whether these changes are binding, whether they are now part of the project’s application, or whether they are just suggestions that could go away as soon as the hearing is done.
“The applicant seems to be muddying the record here on these things,” Caffry said.
So everyone wanted a clarification. O’Connell recessed for a second and gave everyone time to talk it out. There was a little bit of arguing, but after they all got together and beat each other over the heads for a bit, they made a decision.
Any changes that have come out of the process or unearthed during the process are going to be considered minor design modifications to the application. That means they’re binding. Nice to clarify, because it did get a bit confusing.
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