The April 17 meeting at Fridley City Hall concerns the former FMC site on East River Road.
A public meeting Wednesday at Fridley City Hall concerns a redevelopment plan for a site in southwest Fridley that the Star Tribune called "one of the most polluted sites in Fridley." The developer told the newspaper:" “We want to develop a modern business park with 12 new buildings totaling 1.6 million square feet. That will be home to 50 different companies. That’s a much more diverse and sustainable economic base for the city,” [developer Paul] Hyde said. “We should have almost 3,000 jobs on the site and almost $3 million in new property taxes annually.” ... “They’ll purchase it, clean it up and put it back to good use creating new jobs, generating new taxes and new opportunities,” said Fridley Community Redevelopment Director Scott …
It's the Draft Alternative Urban Area-wide Review (AUAR) Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) Scoping Document for the redevelopment of 122 acres at the former FMC Munitions Facility along East River Road in Fridley.
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Saturday, January 19
A public comment period is open through Jan. 23, 2013, on the study sparked by a redevelopment plan for the munitions-plant site now home to BAE Systems.
Read the Draft 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). The document describes the proposed redevelopment of the site for industrial, office and even retail uses: Redevelopment of the site is planned to begin in late 2013 with construction of up to three buildings in the location of the existing southern parking lot (an 84,000 square foot office showroom building, a 99,900 square foot office/warehouse building, and a 200,000 square foot bulk warehouse building). Redevelopment of the northern parking lot would occur next in 2014 with the …