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Moraga housing project gets final approval

By scarney
Tuesday, April 28th, 2009 at 6:18 pm in Moraga.

The Palos Colorados housing project finally received final approval at the Moraga Town Council meeting last Wednesday night. The details of the project have been in debate for over 20 years.

The main change that the Town Council made to the Planning Commission’s final approval was inputting a 5,500-square-foot limit on house size. In addition to the 5,500-square-foot house, the homes could include a three-car garage as well.

The housing project developers can now begin building once they receive approval from state and federal agencies.

The Palos Colorados housing project will consist of 123 houses on Moraga road near the Lafayette border.

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One Response to “Moraga housing project gets final approval”

  1. Moraga Back bencher Says:

    Who cares about the number of homes. They won’t sell anyway. If the Moraga Town Council thinks this new revenue is going to bail them out, they’re dead wrong. It will be a wonderful day when we kick the current Moraga Town Council off the stage. Getting a $200,000 town manager and a $125,000 a year town clerk is insane. We should make all of those clowns (Trotter, Mendonca, Harpham, Metcalf, Chew) on the Moraga Town Council personally pay for these overpriced unemployable “professionals”.

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