for residents and also vote on whether to approve a city zoning change from industrial to high-density residential. However, and Clark presented his reasonings for wanting more time before the commission made its decision.
Clark cited the rising of new concerns as a major reason for requesting the extension. He also said he and his team have come up with some new ideas to address some of those concerns.
The Richfield City Council will decide *whether to approve public hearings regarding Clark's request and making changes it the city's redevelopment plan Tuesday night.
Resident Joe Hoover submitted the video above from the meeting. You may need to turn your volume on high to hear clearly.
Editor's Note: The city council is to decide on public hearings, not on the actual distribution of tax increment financing.