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The appeal of the Planning and Zoning Commission’s approval of the site plan for the Airport Basin Site has been withdrawn, County officials announced late Monday.
William Arland, III, from Rodey, Dickason, Sloan, Akin and Robb, P.A, had filed the appeal last week on behalf of his firm’s client – Cabot, Cabot and Forbes, Los Alamos Investment Company LLC, of Boston, Mass.– regarding the location of the fueling facility on the Airport Basin Site. Cabot, Cabot and Forbes own the property located at 182 East Gate Drive. NSTC is a tenant in the building.
The County Council met Friday to discuss appeal procedures and scheduling of the appeal. At that meeting, County Attorney Mary McInerny advised Council that a phone call on Thursday between Anthony Mortillaro, assistant county administrator, and John Pirovano, president of Old Mountain Company, a member company of the Los Alamos Investment Company, LLC, had resulted in an agreement for the county to provide the fire code provisions concerning the fueling facility location and information concerning the fuel tanks to Pirovano for his engineer’s review.
Pirovano said that if his engineer agreed that the fire codes were met, he would withdraw the filed appeal no later than Monday. Given this new information, Council recessed the meeting to await further news about the appeal.
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