Phase 1 of Hunter Oaks plan gets OK

December 15, 2018

The Watertown Site Plan Review Committee discussed a condominium certified survey map and approved phase one and postponed phase two of a three-phase plan for Hunter Oaks Villas Condominiums during its meeting on Monday.

Phase one of this plan is east of Hunter Oaks Boulevard and includes four buildings with eight units, according to the committee minutes. Phase two is west of Hunter Oaks Boulevard and includes six buildings with 12 units.

The vacation paperwork submitted for Belmont Drive was insufficient, according to the minutes.

“The private developer will have to draft and submit the resolution as well as follow all requirements per state statute for notification and publication purposes,” according to the minutes.

Phase one was approved with a number of conditions. The first condition is there should be no parking signs placed in the shared drive of buildings one and two to allow for emergency vehicle access. Another condition is the Watertown Park, Recreation and Forestry Commission will discuss parkland dedication fees at its meeting Jan. 7, 2019. The other conditions are to get stormwater approval from Ruekert Mielke and each unit in each building must have its own water meter and shut-off valve.

Phase two of this project will be postponed until the Watertown Common Council reviews the Belmont Drive street vacation, according to the minutes.

The committee approved three personal storage facilities within the intergovernmental agreement with the town of Emmet at N1086 County Highway L, with two conditions.

One condition is to submit a verification of a Department of Natural Resources permit and the other condition is the driveway must be asphalt to accommodate emergency vehicles, according to the minutes.

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