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Homewood Mountain Resort Master Plan

The 1,200-acre Homewood Mountain Resort (HMR) Master Plan area is located on the west shore of Lake Tahoe approximately six miles south of Tahoe City in Placer County. The proposal requires approval of West Shore Area General Plan Amendments (e.g., add multi-family dwelling, increase residential density, expand Plan Area boundary), Conditional Use Permit for a Planned Development, Vesting Tentative Subdivision Map, Development Agreement, and Minor Boundary Line Adjustments. The Planning Commission considered the project on October 18, 2011 and recommended that the Board of Supervisors certify the Final Environmental Impact Report (see documents below), approve the General Plan Amendments and Development Agreement. Under separate action, the Planning Commission approved the Conditional Use Permit for the Planned Development and the Vesting Tentative Subdivision Map for the project.

Final EIR

Draft EIR

Draft EIR Appendices

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