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Continued: Housing likely for Orono’s old golf course

  • Article by: TOM MEERSMAN , Star Tribune
  • Last update: January 10, 2014 - 12:40 AM

The plan amendment must be approved by the Metropolitan Council, a process expected to take about two months. After that, Source Land will have to apply for a preliminary plat and get permits for septic and well sites, among other requirements.

Johnson declined to say whether the group will take further action to oppose the project.

“We’re reflecting on the whole situation,” he said, noting that the development involves many more approvals and opportunities for public comment in the months ahead.

“We don’t have anything specifically planned at this point, but we still have our concerns,” he said.

 

Tom Meersman • 612-673-7388

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