Colby Circle project gets extension approval from commission

A controversial housing development proposed for Colby Circle was narrowly granted a two-year extension Wednesday.

The architectural commission voted 4-3 to move forward with the extension, after it had stayed the decision on April 26 to gather more information from the city and developer.

The decision keeps the architectural approvals in place for the 96-unit condominium development, which is seen as the last piece of the Old School House revitalization project. This was the fifth such extension granted since it was initially approved in 2007.

More on Wednesday night’s meeting will be on our website early next week.

—Matthew Bramlett


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