Frisco to take on 9.4-acre parcel question |

Frisco to take on 9.4-acre parcel question

HARRIET HAMILTONsummit daily news

The Frisco Town Council will address the ongoing issue of the town’s 9.4-acre parcel at its regular work session Tuesday. In December, Frisco voters rejected a proposal to negotiate with The Home Depot for development of the property. The upcoming work session will restart the planning process.”We’re going to give the council a financial status update of where we are overall and what our future looks like,” Frisco town manager Michael Penny said. “It’s a work session, so there won’t be any decisions made.”Work sessions allow the council and staff to communicate about issues important to the town. They are open to the public, but involve no public comment and no official votes are taken.”We plan to start to lay out some options for the council on next steps and process for the nine acres,” Penny said. “I expect it will be the first of many discussions on process.” The work session starts at 1 p.m. at Frisco Town Hall. Other items on the work session agenda include design concepts and goals for the 5th Avenue development project and discussion of the town’s pine beetle ordinance. The regular council meeting starts at 7 p.m.

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