Tuesday, October 24, 2006
There's still time for a few more rounds.
A proposal to replace nine holes of the Glen Ellen Country Club golf course with a development of more than 320 homes for residents age 55-and-older remains in the planning stage, with developers and town officials still determining the boundaries of wetlands on the property.
A preliminary plan calls for 143 single-family homes and 183 condominiums, grouped mainly into buildings of four. The golf club would continue to operate as a smaller, private club under the plan.
Property owner Corcoran Jennison told a standing-room-only crowd at a Planning Board meeting in July that it had hoped to submit formal plans this fall, but those will have to wait until the wetland boundaries have been defined.
-- Charlie Russo