Deliberations will include approvals already issued by the Architectural and Site Control Commission and the Planning Commission. The council meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. in the Historic Schoolhouse.
In resolving the clear-cutting incident, an April 2013 agreement with Mr. Douglass included a $75,000 fine and another $150,345 to cover costs of replanting and maintenance over the following five years, officials said at the time.
Remediation was unsuccessful with three madrones, perhaps due to the drought, but 13 native oak trees were reported to be growing vigorously in January 2014, when the council voted unanimously to allow Mr. Douglass to submit plans to the ASCC.
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