Frisco Planning Commission to hold sketch plan reviews for Galena and Granite Street proposals
August 16, 2017
The Frisco Planning Commission will be holding a regular meeting at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 17, at town hall, although two public hearings scheduled for the meeting have been tabled to a later date.
The commission will be conducting two sketch plan reviews during the meeting, which are intended to help applicants make proper changes to plans before formal submittal.
The first review will be for a proposed three-plex project at 100 Granite Street that would entail three attached residential townhome units, each with three bedrooms. An existing, single-family residence built in 1957 currently sits on the property.
The second review is for a multi-family residential project proposed at 212 Galena Street consisting of six stand-alone townhome units, each three stories and approximately 39 feet high.
The project would include the demolition of the existing Mumford House and a wood shed, both of which are classified as buildings with historical interest by the Frisco Historic Resources Inventory.
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