The Mansfield Downtown Partnership will hold a Public Hearing on Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013 beginning at 7 p.m. at the Audrey P. Beck Building (Town Hall) in the Council Chambers, at 4 South Eagleville Road. (Corner of Routes 275 and 195.)
The hearing concerns a Zoning Permit application by Educational Playcare for a day care center in Building VS-11 of Storrs Center, located on the east side of Wilbur Cross Way, north of Charles Smith Way.
The purpose of the hearing is to receive written or oral comments regarding whether the submitted Zoning Permit application is in compliance with approval criteria for the Storrs Center Special Design District (the Storrs Center Special Design District regulations are available on the Partnership’s website, www.mansfieldct.org/mdp – click on the Storrs Center tab).
The public hearing will include a presentation of the proposed plans.
Application materials, including project mapping, are available for review at town hall in the Mansfield Planning Office, the Mansfield Town Clerk’s Office, the Downtown Partnership office (all at 4 South Eagleville Road), the Mansfield Public Library (54 Warrenville Road/Rt 89).
Storrs Center is a mixed-use development located along Storrs Road/Route 195 adjacent to the University of Connecticut, the Audrey P. Beck Municipal Building and E.O. Smith High School. It combines retail, restaurant and office uses with residential apartments.
For more information about the Storrs Center project, please visit the Partnership’s website, which includes detailed information as well as a list of frequently asked questions.
Still have questions? Please call the Partnership office at 860-429-2740.
Posted October 12, 2013 based on a press release as edited by HTNP News Editor Brenda Sullivan
Related link: Educational Playcare web site http://www.educationalplaycare.com/
Review of Farmington Educational Playcare site on Yelp http://www.yelp.com/biz/educational-playcare-farmington
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