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A developer has refined plans to develop the former Kam Drive-In theater property across Pearlridge Center in response to community feedback, though some area residents still feel the project, with three residential towers, is too much.

Robertson Properties Group reduced the height of two towers and the number of total units in the roughly $775-million project with a mix of condominiums, retail, office space and a hotel on 14 acres.

Robertson, which detailed its initial plan in an environmental impact statement preparation notice in May, presented the new version at a community meeting tonight at Pearl Ridge Elementary School.

About 150 people attended the meeting, and some said their concerns about negative impacts to traffic and views remain.

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