In an updated count announced Monday, the Alameda County Registrar's office reported that Pleasanton's Measure K was approved by voters June 7 by 625 voters, substantially more than the 254 votes reported earlier.
The margin of approval was 51.62% against 48.38% of those who voted on the measure in the primary.
If these latest vote totals prevail when the numbers are certified, Greenbriar Homes Communities will be allowed to build a 43-home development on Lund Ranch II in the southeast corner of the city. The new homes will be built on approximately 17 acres of Greenbriar's 195-acre site with 174 of those acres to be given to the city for permanent public open space and 2 miles of public trails.
By approving Measure K, voters also gave Greenbriar permission to build two access roads into the 43-home development.
The Council-approved plan calls for 12 of Greenbriar's new homes to use Lund Ranch Road, Independence Drive and Junipero Street to reach Sunol Boulevard which, with Middleton Place traffic, would mean motorists from 27 homes would be using these thoroughfares.
Motorists from the other 31 new Lund Ranch II homes will use a new road to be built to connect the new homes to Sunset Creek Way and Sycamore Creek Way to Sunol Boulevard.
Plans for a housing development on the former Lund cattle ranch date back to September 2002 when 113 homes were proposed for construction on 12,000-square-foot lots, utilizing the entire site.