The Glastonbury Planning and Zoning Commission continued a public hearing on the proposed Shoppes at Avalon project to its Jan. 15 meeting at their meeting Tuesday.
Developer John Sakon came back before the commission as part of a public hearing on the proposed development of The Shoppes at Avalon at a 14-acre field at Main St. and Griswold St. The project was first brought before the commission in November 2012, when they voted 5-1 in favor.
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However, Sakon’s two-year window to break ground on the project passed, and he had to go back before the council in November. The commission then moved the project to a public hearing, requesting that Sakon come back with comments from traffic experts and town officials.
The project that was approved in 2010 included 50,090 square feet of new development on the 14-acre property, and would include stores, restaurants and a coffee shop.
The public hearing will be held at 7 p.m. on Jan. 15 in the town council chambers at town hall.
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