Those interested in speaking up about a proposed development will need to wait a little longer.
A public hearing that was slated for November 20, during a Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) meeting, has been postponed.
The hearing would have focused on Ray’s Regarde, a development that could be built in Woodbridge.
If the proposal is approved, more than 300 townhouses and living spaces would be constructed on Horner Road, near the Prince William Parkway and I-95.
The hearing was cancelled when the applicant requested the application be delayed.
A lack of advertisement also played a role in the postponement.
Individuals applying for projects must notify the public about upcoming hearings by posting signs near the site, according to Meagan Landis, constituent service and policy manager for Supervisor Frank Principi’s Office.
“The applicant failed to do so properly and now must redo the notification and go back to the Planning Commission on December 19,” Landis wrote in an email.
Officials have not set a new public hearing date, which could occur as early as January.
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