Village Market plan returns to Eagle P&Z next week
A proposal for a 15,000 square foot Village Market grocery store at the southeaster corner of Sylvan Lake Road and Capitol Street will return for more debate before the Eagle Planning and Zoning Commission next week.
The commission began its review of a major development permit for the proposal Jan. 20, but continued the file after several neighbors brought forward parking and other concerns. The proposal will also request two variances — one for a wider curb cut to allow delivery trucks and another for a delivery dock. The area where the store is proposed is zoned for commercial operations.
Rocky Mountain Pure
While the planning commission wanted to take some extra time to consider the Village Market plan, the group did recommend approval of the Rocky Mountain Pure medical/retail marijuana proposal.
After initially floating the idea of a much larger facility, Rocky Mountain Pure’s current application is for a 4,000 square foot building located along Chambers Avenue. Additionally the building asked for, and received, a variance to allow two 10-foot square wall signs.
The Eagle Planning and Zoning Commission’s next meeting is planned Tuesday, Feb. 3 at 7:30 p.m. Normally the commission meets at 6 p.m. but the Eagle Town Hall meeting room has been booked for the Eagle Vision 20/20 presentation from 6 to 7:15 p.m.
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