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Extension granted for condo development map

RANCHO SANTA FE — A condominium development by Rancho Santa Fe resident Tom Clotfelter was given a three-year extension to finalize the subdivision’s map for a 2-acre project.
Approved in 2004, it is on two acres on Camino Selva, where six detached condominiums are planned. Each will be between 2,300 and 3,400 square feet. About 15 feet will separate them from their neighbors.
Clotfelter is confident that the map can be finalized shortly. He said part of the hold-up has been the boundary adjustment for the project.
“We had three lots and then divided them into two lots,” he said. A new line separates the six condominium units from existing housing.
The final map will include the recommendations by the art jury regarding the boundary adjustment and a few other things, he said.
If all goes according to plan, the project can get on the schedule for final approval by the Board of Supervisors.
“Theoretically, in the next three or four months, we’d be ready to go,” Clotfelter said.

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