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Subdivision approved near Ridgetop JH

Subdivision location

A 61-lot subdivision has been approved near Ridgetop Junior High School in Silverdale.

The hearing examiner for Kitsap County gave the go-ahead March 29 for subdivision of two, 5-acre parcels on Hogan Lane, east of the Ridgetop Boulevard/Waaga Way interchange.

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Preliminary site plan

A preliminary site plan for “Hogan Heights” filed with the county shows rows of lots surrounding a circular access road with an entrance at the end of Hogan Lane.

The development will be built out in two phases, according to a county staff report.

The owner and applicant for the project is Marana Investments Company, Inc. of Bremerton.

Marana bought the lots in 2014 for $400,000, according to assessor’s documents.

Subdivision, dog training center planned on Bainbridge Island

Planning activity is picking up on Bainbridge this year, with a bevy of land use proposals in various stages of permitting.

Here’s a look at proposals for a residential subdivision and an assistance dog training center:

Winslow Grove subdivision

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The applicant: DeNova Northwest of Kent. They’re also behind the “Ashbury” subdivision between Wyatt and Shepard.

The property:  Four parcels totaling 8.77 acres west of Weaver Road, across from the Rotary Park ball fields (pictured above).

There’s a 1,500-square foot rambler on the main parcel.

The proposal: A subdivision creating 19 residential lots, surrounding a street and cul-de-sac, with access from Weaver (see inset image).

Next steps: The city has posted a notice of application for the project. A SEPA comment period will be open until March 4.

Assistance dog training center


dog trainingThe applicant: Assistance Dogs of Hawaii, a national non-profit organization

The property: A 4.3-acre vacant parcel at the corner of Bucklin Hill Road and Ridge Lane.

It’s next door to the American Legion hall and across from Hyla Middle School.

The proposal: The project would create two buildings, each about 1,800 square feet.

One building (pictured above) would be a teaching barn to provide training for students and assistance dogs. The other building would house an instructor/caretaker and two students.

Lawns, a courtyard and parking lot are also planned. The development would be tucked in the northwest corner of the property, with access from Ridge Lane (not Bucklin).

Wenzlau Architects is designing the center. You can see more preliminary plans here.

Next steps: The proposal is in the pre-application phase. A public participation meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m., March 1 at Waterfront Park Community Center, 370 Brien Drive.