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Yes, it’s back, again – the A2 News reports that City Council last night unanimously approved a settlement with the developer that will allow the controversial Glen Ann Place project to be built; the Historic District Commission, which had previously rejected the project, apparently voted 5-1 in support of the settlement last week. Details are few –
Glen Ann Place will be either nine or 10 stories, to be determined by the city’s Historic District Commission in a settlement pitched by developer Joseph Freed and Associates, Mayor John Hieftje said.
The project was originally approved by the Planning Commission and City Council but rejected by the HDC in September 2005. A State Historic Preservation Office administrative judge ruled in favor of the developer in September 2006, but SHPO overturned that decision.
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