There is no deadline on when this will be heard again.
Mayor Hiremath suggested a continuance to answer the following:
- A discussion regarding the buffer on the Southside of the southern property;
- A more in depth traffic analysis;
- Further clarification of whether the site needs senior living; and
- Further clarity on what is the intent of the church for the 2 parcels that it owns
Council Member Snider, who also attended the previous meetings not he request, observed: "I think that this parcel will be developed in some fashion. I think that this is a better transition than could otherwise be done" under existing land use.
Both Snider and Waters, however, felt a continuance was warranted in order to get clarification of the church's plan.
Council Member Burns commended the Mayor for suggestion a continuance since Burns felt that the plan has many benefits.
Council Members Zinkin and Garner also agreed to the continuance. Both noted great respect for the applicant and the applicant's commitment to Oro Valley.
Developer Greg Wexler, during his presentation of the project, provided an estimate that the project would have a $350 million build-out value, provide $20 million in construction fees to Oro Valley, and $1 million to the Amphi School District over the life of the project. That life is 8 years.