Robin Hill Landing: Proposal: subdivide 37 acres to create 137 single family residential lots

Land is at the north end of the proposed North Lakeport urban development area; current zoning is medium Density Residential and Resource Conservation because of the oak trees on the site. Address: 6850 & 6015 Robin Hill Dr.

Applicant: RH Venture, LP, 880 Second St, Santa Rosa, CA

The Planning Commission follwed staff recommendations in granting approval with a mitigated negative declaration on July 28, 2006 even though the water system was at capacity with a cease and desist order on new hookups imposed by the state Department of Health Services.

Robin Hill Terraces: Proposal: subdivide 62 acres to create 250 single family residential lots

Land is at the north end of the proposed North Lakeport urban development area; current zoning is medium Density Residential and Resource Conservation because of the oak trees on the site.Proposed change PDR. Address: 750 Robin Hill Dr.

Applicant: RH Venture, LP, 880 Second St, Santa Rosa, CA

Issues include density, habitat degradation, traffic, and impacts to nearby Rodman Slough. The Sierra Club and Redbud Audubon Society submitted comment letters.

EIR requested.

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Robin Hill Shores: Proposal: subdivide 57 acres to create 40 single family units (six of them lakefront), and 200 multi-family units. The porject will also include a community clubhouse, marina building, and 128-slip dockage.

Land is at the north end of the proposed North Lakeport urban development area; current zoning is Single Family Residential-Waterway-Floodway Fringe, and Resource Conservation because of the oak trees on the site. Proposed change PDR. Address:143, 150, & 160 Mackie Rd & 5980 Robin Hill Dr.

Applicant: RH Venture, LP, 880 Second St, Santa Rosa, CA

Issues include traffic, biological resources, wetland degradation, and esthetics. The Sierra Club and Redbud Audubon Society submitted comment letters.

EIR requested.

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Marina at Lyons Creek: this project would put 400 units on a lakefront parcel in the North Lakeport area.

Issues include shoreline and wetland degradation, and destruction of biological resources. The Redbud Audubon Society submitted a comment letter.

EIR requested.