The retail project proposed for Stroudwater Street returns to the Planning Board for a public hearing Tuesday.

In the past month, the City Council made several amendments to the contract zone proposed by developer Jason Snyder, putting further restrictions on the mix of uses, the size and the impacts of the project.

Though the Planning Board had reviewed and recommended the original contract zone proposed, it will have to give an opinion on those new amendments before the City Council can vote to approve the contract zone for the 1.6-million-square-foot, $300 million project.

City Administrator Jerre Bryant said he is trying to schedule a meeting in December for the City Council to vote on the project.

The Planning Board’s public hearing will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday in Room 114 at Westbrook High School.


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