SEPTEMBER 2021 13
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abandoning the deep water home community plan and corresponding Sherrif’s Marine Patrol substation, in favor of the land-locked, builder- developed new home community plan now approved.
“PANTAGES” DEVELOPMENT TO INCLUDE 277 NEW HOMES, 2 LAKES & PUBLIC ACCESS TRAILS
Many community members expressed dismay at the large number of new homes in a community already scarce in emergency response services and heavy with congested commutes. Supervisors and local planners saw funding solutions to long-standing community issues in funding proposed by Pantages developer, Lazares Development Inc.:
The Pantages community will lie on western side of Discovery Bay, at the end of Point of Timber Road. When complete, it will feature
• $200,000 in new
• Developer-paid traffic signals
• 277 new homes
• Two artificial lakes, a 23-acre lake is planned for the southern part of the development and a 7-acre one for the northern section. and new public access walking trails that offer two Delta wildlife viewing areas: Over the marsh/protected wetlands area, and
• Planned Community Clubhouse
• $1,175,000 in developer payments to the Town of Discovery Bay, exclusively for parks and recreation funding.
home assessments added to the P-6 Zone, which funds Discovery Bay’s resident Sheriff deputies and a variety of valued safety programs in the community;
(some dedicated to affordable housing), with lots ranging from 6,000 to 12,000 square feet,
installed at the intersection of Point of Timber and Bixler roads and a contribution toward regional
transportation improvements; • $400,000 developer payment to
ECCFPD for the construction of a new fire station, plus $100,000 annually to staff it;
the other of the Delta’s Kellogg Creek area of Discovery Bay.
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