Before you go to the April 24 meeting on Muhlenberg, make sure you check the 34-page draft redevelopment plan (click the link).Four of its pages cover permitted uses, with definitions. The report has several maps, one of which shows where a residential portion is proposed (page 13). At a July 2016 meeting featuring William Colgan of Community Healthcare Associates, LLC, the residential portion drew the most concern.
The draft report by Heyer, Gruel & Associates was reviewed by the Planning Board on April 6 before being made public. (Click the last two links to read blog posts.)