UTICA -- The Utica Common Council has canceled a meeting scheduled Tuesday night to discuss the Kelberman Center’s plans to build a new apartment complex in the former Sunset School building on Sunset Avenue in South Utica.
No representatives from the Kelberman Center could attend tonight's scheduled committee meeting due to an unexpected obligation. There are no plans to reschedule the meeting.
The council is still expected to consider the legislation in committee, which will add public notification for future planning board site plan applications involving planned development areas.
The proposal is to build a 60-unit apartment building and offer housing to those with development disabilities.
Due to the estimated size of the project, Utica residents have expressed concern.
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