A proposal for a senior-living facility that was postponed in October is back on the table for Winter Garden commissioners to consider.
During the Thursday, March 12, commission meeting, city leaders will hear the first reading of and discuss five ordinances related to the proposed Stoneybrook Senior Living PUD project.
These ordinances would allow city annexation of approximately 8.95 acres at 12920 Reaves Road; amendment of the future land-use map plan for the same property from Orange County Rural to City Medium Residential; annexation of approximately 1.8 acres at 12921 Reaves Road; amendment of the future land-use map plan for that property from Orange County Rural to City Medium Residential; and rezoning of the total 10.75 acres from Orange County A-1 (Agricultural) and R-CE-2 (Rural Residential) to City PUD (Planned Unit Development).
In October, the project was proposed as a senior-living facility containing 101 independent-living units and 65 assisted-living units, with a small portion of the latter serving as memory care.
At the time, commissioners decided to postpone the proposal in order to schedule a community meeting with the developer and neighbors to see if concessions could be made.
Winter Garden City Commission meets at 6:30 p.m. in the commission chambers in City Hall, 300 W. Plant St. To view or download the entire agenda, click here.