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More Thoughts on Site Planning by Gordon F. Tully The requirements of access, sewage disposal and zoning, which we discussed in last month's column, can play a major role in determining a house's location on a particular site. But there are other things to consider as well—sunlight, wind patterns, views and plants, followed by soils (ledge) and drainage, and ultimately how to get into the house. Each of these secondary elements deserves a close look before settling on a site plan. Bringing in the Sun Of all the secondary considerations, the sun typically dominates the designs that come out of our office. In many cases the goal is not so much to save energy, but to that are very hard