The man with a plan for the commercial redevelopment of what's thought to be the largest single available industrial site in Minnesota calls a Fridley City Council action last week "a major hurdle."
That's according to the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, which took stock of the project' progress in an article last week, after the council approved the Alternative Urban Area-wide Review (AUAR) Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) Scoping Document for the redevelopment of 122 acres at the former FMC Munitions Facility property along East River Road, in Fridley's southwest corner:
"We think this is a major hurdle needed in the process for us to make this redevelopment happen," said Paul Hyde, the principal of Hyde Development who is leading the project. ...
The city's approval of the AUAR language was an incremental, but important step forward, Hyde said.
Read the full Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal article.
Watch the Fridley City Council in action on the issue starting at the 8:00 mark in the City of Fridley video above, or at the City of Fridley video page.
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