The Richfield Planning Commission's Monday night public hearing regarding the Pillsbury Commons affordable housing development has been postponed.
While Richfield Patch was unable to find out the specific reason given for the postponement, and many interested residents may show up, the planning commission will likely be open to hear some resident input.
"I think that the city tried to get out information [about the postponement] to everyone they could," Ron Clark, the project developer, said Monday afternoon. "I'm hoping that we can get it back on for the very next planning commission meeting April 23."
While the public hearing is postponed, Clark and his associates will appear before the Richfield City Council during the regular meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
"As I've said before, we're just starting to address some of the new primary concerns," Clark said. "We've been brainstorming and we will present some new ideas to the city council [Tuesday night]."
*The council will consider public hearings regarding a change in the city's redevelopment plan and the request of tax increment financing.
The planning commission will still hold its regular meeting at 7 p.m. Monday night at Richfield City Hall and Municipal Center. Clark and his team will likely be present here.
Editor's Note: The council will consider the public hearings, not the actual approval of tax increment financing.
Richfield Patch will update this article if more information becomes available.