Jeremy development pitched
Developers are pondering a new project just south of the Jeremy Ranch Elementary School.
So far, consultant Doug Clyde has only submitted a sketch plan, but that proposes 115 new town homes and 100,000 square feet of office space on about 29 acres, said Basin Planner Kimber Gabryszak. About one-third of the homes would be workforce housing.
If the project is approved to move forward, the Snyderville Basin Planning Commission would need to rezone the lot for commercial use.
The sketch plan was filed several months ago. Clyde said he and the land owners have not yet decided how to move forward.
The plan is consistent with what the planning commission’s vision is for the Rasmussen Road corridor. It is anticipated the business units would be "neighborhood commercial," meaning they would provide goods and services to the surrounding neighborhoods, he said.
"Whether it is what the county wants to see or not remains to be seen," Clyde said.
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Several people approached Mayor Andy Beerman and the Park City Council this week pressing issues important to senior citizens. The issues include the availability of housing for people who want to age in the community.