Ashland Planning Commission Hearing – PA 2004-058
This exhibit is part of a bigger property dispute.
I DIDN’T SAY WHAT IS RECORDED IN MINUTES!
I attended the public hearing and I testified on the behalf of Michael and Mary Jacobson, or so I thought.
I testified that I did not feel the Jacobsons should be coerced into partitioning their property into three parcels when it was their desire to create only two parcels. I never voiced concerns regarding congestion or traffic. These things do not affect me directly. I also mentioned two story homes being built in area of single story homes seemed invasive.
Throughout this process, I had been meeting with Derek Severson with the Ashland Planning Dept.
We discussed various options for the potential development of my property. My lot is .61 acres, the equivalent of two city lots.
He had told me that if it were up to City Planning, he would envision a lot split with access off Black Oak. He also envisioned my primary residence on Tolman being served by newly created flag lot on Black Oak. This eliminates two residences on Tolman Creek and creates five residences utilizing Black Oak.
Derek Severson was also part of the hearing board.
There was no hint of a property line dispute at this time.