Residents sue Saratoga Springs over alleged illegal meeting
Questions have surfaced over whether two council members inappropriately discussed public business when leaving a meeting.
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"No one is against development," said resident Jimmy Kawato, who added they just want to keep the uncrowded lots that were originally zoned for the area.
The city plans to move forward with the development even if the rezoning is repealed. Initially, the city thought it needed to rezone the area, but later realized because of a Saratoga Springs Master Development Agreement in 2000 that included the PUD on the low-density property still allowed them to accomplish what they want.
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