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Which of the follwing is a raw land development siting practice to be avoided? A. Cluster development away from the shoreline. B. Leave the lot landward of an opening between dunes as open space. C. Place a road close to the shoreline, with small lots grouped between it and the shoreline. D. Create deep, parallel lots that allow generous setback for all buildings.
Cluster development away from the shoreline is a raw land development siting practice to be avoided.
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