Angels Camp, CA — The Angels Camp Planning Commission is giving developers of a proposed office complex another 30 days to resolve problems with neighbors of the project.
The commission declined to take action on the proposal last week after hearing objections from two residents who said the complex would invade their privacy.
The couple operates a landscaping business from a home that borders the development.
The developers have been given a month to consider the possible solution of turning the project around 180 degrees to create a privacy buffer zone between the house and the development.
During the 30-day time frame, the two sides will also meet to discuss other possible remedies to the situation.
The issue goes before the commission again July 14th.