Editor’s Note: The City of Rosemount’s weekly update appears on the city’s website. Patch will feature news from the weekly update.
The Rosemount Planning Commission has issued its recommendations on the proposed nine-lot commercial development just east of the Highway 3-County Road 42 intersection.
Here is the text from Friday’s Weekly Update:
The Rosemount Planning Commission on Tuesday [Oct. 23] conducted a public hearing and heard an update item. The public hearing was a continuation from September and reviewed plans for an eight-lot subdivision, Rosewood Commercial, which includes a SuperAmerica convenience store and Country Inn and Suites hotel. Four residents spoke in opposition to the proposal. They cited traffic, noise and access concerns.
After discussing the residents’ concerns, the Commission recommended denial of the necessary zoning and permit for the SuperAmerica. Commissioners voted to recommend that the City Council approve the plat and planned unit development applications for the hotel. The City Council will consider both applications on [Nov. 20].
For more about the proposed development, click on the following headlines:
• Weekly Update: Planning Commission Tables Development Discussion
• Weekly Update: Public Hearing Scheduled for Proposed Hotel Development