Commissioner VanderLey and staff are looking for community feedback on the LDS church’s Special Exception and Variance request:
1. We understand the LDS request is to build a 576 seat church, in the middle of the Lake Avalon Rural Settlement, with a parking lot large enough to accommodate that number of vehicles. This facility would be about the size of the existing Korean Presbyterian church, which is directly across Avalon Road from the LDS church site.
2. They are requesting to construct a 66 foot (equivalent to a 6-story building) illuminated spire.
3. Their attendees will need to access the church from Marsh/Williams/Davenport Roads and Tilden / Avalon Roads which could potentially put upwards of 250-300 additional vehicles on our roads.
The Avalon Home and Property Owners Association (AHPOA) membership consists of the property owners and residents of the Avalon Rural Settlement. Also included in the membership are the residents at the end of Phil C. Peters Rd. in Lake County. The primary purpose of the AHPOA is to keep the membership informed about issues afftecting the Rural Settlement and acting as the voice of the membership especially when developers try to get zoning changes for such things as high density development within the Rural Settlement. The AHPOA as acts as a resource for helping residents and the membership with other issues that arise that affect us all as well as a community resource to help each other as needs arise. Below are links to various resources and useful information for all residents. If you have a question or concern, please don't hesitate to contact us.
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