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    Zoning definition: golf course community

    We are considering a golf course/resort overlay or PUD that would allow development of housing, town homes, or perhaps condos on or around a golf course with other amenities that support the residential component rather. Does anyone have definitions/code addressing this use?

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    The definition of PUD pretty well covers it. Consider making a conditonal use, although once built there isnt much to change.

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    I'd go with Chrt. Just deal with it as a PUD. There are too many design & content differencies to cover as a specific land use type.

    You might want to consider makong all new courses be Audubon International certified or built & managed to the same standards. Or better yet, give nice benefits to doing so.

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    Quote Originally posted by Richi View post
    I'd go with Chrt. Just deal with it as a PUD. There are too many design & content differencies to cover as a specific land use type.

    You might want to consider makong all new courses be Audubon International certified or built & managed to the same standards. Or better yet, give nice benefits to doing so.
    Great idea Richi!

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