Residents have expressed concern about a waterfront project with a three-story building that could obstruct the view of the bay.
Tonight, the Erie City Council held a hearing to hear from developers and residents, as well as one of the lawyers discussing the plan and the people involved in the project.
A total of 12 units of a three-story townhouse building was approved by members of the Erie City Council last month to be built on 800 blocks on West 2nd Avenue.
Buildings can block views of the bay from residents who already live in the area.
Ed Bruzezinski, chairman of the Ellie City Council, said residents would bring the matter to court and ultimately the judge would be left to make a second decision.
There was no opinion from the council during this hearing.
“We decided to proceed with the project, but our neighbors went to court and served as judges. After they decided, he wanted to be cross-examined by people, developers, and one of the lawyers. “I’m out,” said Ed Bruzezinski of the Erie City Council.
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Residents raise concerns about waterfront projects during city council meetings
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