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St. Helena Planning Commission hears more comments on Hunter Project Nov. 30

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The St. Helena Planning Commission will hear a second round of public comments on the Hunter project's draft environmental impact report (DEIR) at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 30, via Zoom.

Tuesday is also the deadline to submit public comments on the DEIR. The city extended the original deadline of Nov. 8 due to the length of the DEIR and its appendices.

The report is available online at Hard copies are available at the St. Helena Public Library and City Hall, 1572 Railroad Ave.

The application proposes 87 units on the 16.9-acre property at the end of Adams Street: 51 single-family homes, a 25 multi-family units to satisfy the project’s affordable housing requirements, and 11 accessory dwelling units.

At a Nov. 2 hearing, members of the public raised concerns about traffic, emergency evacuation, flooding and water consumption.

The 20-unit Caritas Village affordable housing complex is now being constructed in the city of Napa at 2375 Old Sonoma Road. Construction is expected to last about 16 months, according to developers. Video by Edward Booth, Napa Valley Register.

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