July 5, 2016
Gulick Group Builders and Great Falls advocates helped reduce the development of 11 acres of the former Hills Nursery from 10 to nine houses, as well as ensuring preservation of trees, water quality, and sediment and erosion control.
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The Gulick Group, Inc. originally requested to rezone and develop 11 acres of forested land at the north end of the former Hills Nursery site into 10 homes.
Planning Commission will give Lexington Estates and Great Falls another month to get involved.
Great Falls Citizens Association encourages members to get involved in its stormwater management task force, especially as it pertains to land use cases.
Dranesville Planning Commissioner John Ulfelder announced last Thursday that a decision on The Gulick’s Group application to develop 11 acres of undeveloped, forested land would be deferred until September.
Eric Knudsen, Great Falls Citizens Association, advocate for the protection of the environment.