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2.00 MASTER PLAN CONCEPT
Eagle Landing has been carefully master planned in order to achieve the following objectives and features:
Preserve the natural habitat for eagles on the site through the creation of an 'Eagle Protection Zone' and an “Eagle Management Zone".
Establish a road network which will minimize "through” traffic movement through the neighborhood and enhance the exclusive nature of the community.
Design a road layout which follows the natural topography of the land and enhances the views of the water, and the natural settings for the homes.
Capitalize on the natural topography, vegetative and water features of the site in order to provide the most "comfortable" home sites.
Preserve a natural buffer along the road frontage to provide for internal circulation, enjoyment of the natural environment and a consistent street frontage.
Provide Homeowners Association-controlled access to substantial open land and frontage on Brown's Creek.