Development hearing delayed
CANTON – The Canton Planning and Zoning Commission’s public hearing for a proposed multi-faceted development on the Simsbury-Canton town line has been delayed to later this month.
The proposal at 9-15 Albany Turnpike includes plans for a two-story electric vehicle showroom with a service component and public display and a gas station/store with 20 pumps, as well as an ice cream shop, coffee shop, sandwich shop, outdoor seating area and drive through components.
A site plan and special exception application field by Solli Engineering on behalf of 9-15 Albany Turnpike, LLC, was to be the subject of a Sept. 16 hearing, as noted in the previous edition of The Valley Press. However, town officials said some revisions in the application necessitated a new legal notice, pushing back the date.
The hearing is anticipated to take place at 7 p.m. Oct. 21.
The exact agenda for that meeting will be posted on the town of Canton’s web site at http://townofcantonct.org/agendas-minutes-meetings later this month. Agendas, as well as meeting packets, can be found in the drop-down menus on that page.
Those who missed the original story about the development proposal can view it at https://www.valleypressextra.com
- John Fitts
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