Agreement reached on O’Brien Meadows property (WA)

In what was described as a “kumbaya moment,” Green Crow Investments Co. and the O’Brien Meadows homeowners’ association have come to terms on the fate of a 92-acre property that surrounds the quiet community.  Green Crow has agreed to put the vacant property under the control of the association’s covenants, conditions and restrictions (CC&Rs) with some exceptions in exchange for a no-protest approval of a plat alteration that would allow for a residential development in a hidden corner of the property.     Read the article…………….


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