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The Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing tonight on a variety of projects, including a new gas station along West Main Street.
The Commission has four projects on the docket for tonight’s public hearing. Stop & Shop has an application in front of the PZC to build its own gas station at 490 West Main St. The proposal has already been subject to one public hearing, but the Commission left it open as the State Department of Transportation also has to review the project.
The Commission will also discuss the plans submitted by Dr. David and Jonny Feldman and Dr. Amit Desai. If approved, the doctors would build a new 15,000 square foot building on the old Stoneworks property across from Highland School, located at 435 Highland Ave. If approved, a second 15,000 square foot building could be constructed, but David Feldman previously said that would most likely be delayed until a later time, given the current economic conditions.
The PZC will also hear from two different developers for subdivision applications. The plan from Verna Properties, LLC is for nine lots along Wiese Road. The second proposal, from Sunrise Land Associates, LLC, is for eight lots on South Meriden Road.
The Planning and Zoning Commission will meet tonight, Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m. in Town Hall. A regular meeting is scheduled to follow the public Hearing.
The full agenda for tonight's meetings and the minutes from previous meetings can be found on the Town of Cheshire website.