A revised plan including , a restaurant and shopping can proceed after neighbors in the Woodland Hills condominiums agreed to larger buffers, among other things.
"This is basically the same application we approved," said Planning and Zoning Chairman Anthony Chory.
The condo owners' lawyer, James Cordone, also praised the settlement.
"My clients are very pleased with the settlement that's been reached," he said. "Taken as a whole we are pleased with the outcome."
The revised plan increases the buffer between the developments and covers changes to garbage removal and noise concerns.
"Thank you everyone for your patience," said Attorney Mario Coppola, who represents the board.