The Planning Commission hearing on Edgewick condominiums’ request to gate Carlson Drive might be delayed again. Wendy Rhoades, case manager, says city staff have requested a postponement from May 8 to May 22.
Rhoades says that the city is interested in converting Carlson from a private road with public access granted into a public street with a permanent right of way. In order to do that, the street needs to be constructed in a way that could support higher traffic, including heavy vehicles such as trucks and buses. The city has asked Shire’s Court, which owns Edgewick condominiums and Carlson, to perform a pavement study.
You can read past blogs on this subject and visit the Planning Commission website for meeting agendas and other information.
You can reach Rhoades at 974-7719 or email@example.com.