Development Updates

Erickson Living Continuing Care Retirement Community
Representatives from Erickson Living Properties II, LLC will provide an update to the Association’s Board of Directors at their regularly scheduled meeting on January 7. Erickson Living has submitted the petition to amend the zoning (ZB-118M) to create the Community Enhancement Floating zone (CEF-M) needed to build their continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Clarksville. Erickson Living will share changes they have made to the plan since July 2018. The Planning Board will review the petition early in 2019 and will make a recommendation to the Zoning Board. Once the Planning Board meeting date is announced, the association will notify the community via its various communication tools. The Department of Planning and Zoning’s Technical Staff Report will be available for review online two weeks prior to the hearing date.
Robinson Overlook
The Environmental Concept Plan (ECP-19-005) for the Robinson Overlook mixed income, multi-family rental housing development on Grace Drive was approved by the County’s Department of Planning and Zoning (DPZ) in December 2018. The developer’s next step is to submit the Site Development Plan (SDP). The association has learned that the Planning Board must hold a public hearing on the SDP. This will provide an additional opportunity for members of the public to provide input. River Hill residents have raised a variety of questions regarding this project and are encouraged to contact DPZ at 410-313-2350. Residents may also review the plans in person at DPZ (George Howard Building, 3430 Court House Drive, Ellicott City). Questions about school capacities should be directed to Jeff Bronow, Chief, Research Division, DPZ at 410-313-4370 and Renee Kamen, Manager, Office of School Planning, Howard County Public School System at 410-313-7184.
River Hill Square
The SDP (SDP-18-044) for the River Hill Square commercial redevelopment project, on the site of the former River Hill Garden Center, has been found by the county to be technically complete. The developer’s request for an easement (F-18-099) to re-align Sheppard Lane for the project has also been deemed to be technically complete. The developer plans to begin demolition of the garden center and former Kendall home in approximately 60 days, following the completion of various administrative and financing related tasks.
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