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FYI There is a concern that allowing the option of building out the 4 floor attic will affect the

e height of the buildings as well as presenting a more massive silhouette. There remains a question of just how tall the buildings will be HARB had little assurance of what the final height would be.

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From: Duncan, Robert [mailto:RDuncan@lowermerion.org] Sent: Tuesday, October 04, 2011 12:48 PM Subject: RE: Haverford Court

Haverford Court neighbors,

The final permit architectural plans were submitted for the townhouses at Haverford Court. There were a number of minor discrepancies between these plans and the plans approved by the Commissioners last year so we brought the plans back before the HARB this morning. The HARB has recommended approval of the changes provided the building height remains at 33-34 as originally approved by the Commissioners. The elevations are included with the attached email and these plans will be presented to the B&P Committee on Oct 12th.

If you would like to review the specific changes to the plan, let me know.

Please forward this to any neighbors I have not included on this email.

Thanks,

Bob

-----Original Message----From: "Shawn Swanson" <shawn@cornellhomes.net> To: "Duncan, Robert" <RDuncan@lowermerion.org> Cc: "Greg Lingo" <greg@cornellhomes.net>, "Michael Faella" <m.faella@archalli.com>, "Kevin Wilson" <k.wilson@archalli.com> Subject: FW: Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2011 12:19:27 -0400

Bob, Here is a copy of the presentation from the HARB meeting this morning. I do have a question about the height guideline that was given and will give you a call later (after we have verified a few things) to discuss.
Shawn Swanson Cornell Homes 126 East State Street Media, PA 19063 ph: 610-891-1700 fx: 888-535-8263 shawn@cornellhomes.net www.cornellhomes.net

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From: Michael Faella [mailto:m.faella@archalli.com] Sent: Tuesday, October 04, 2011 12:11 PM To: Shawn Swanson Subject: Fwd:

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From: Michael Faella <m.faella@archalli.com> Date: October 3, 2011 3:01:33 PM EDT To: Shawn Swanson <shawn@cornellhomes.net> Subject: Re:

See attached....
Bob, Here is a copy of the presentation from the HARB meeting this morning. I do have a question about the height guideline that was given and will give you a call later (after we have verified a few things) to discuss.

Shawn Swanson Cornell Homes 126 East State Street Media, PA 19063 ph: 610-891-1700 fx: 888-535-8263 shawn@cornellhomes.net www.cornellhomes.net

[See the attached file] [See the attached file]

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