You are hereby notified that the Cranston City Plan Commission will hold a Public Hearing to review the Preliminary Plan for a proposed Major Land Development project entitled “20 Goddard Drive Warehouse”. This public hearing will be held on Tuesday, October 4, 2022, 6:30 P.M., in the Council Chamber of Cranston City Hall, 869 Park Avenue.
The subject parcel is located at 20 Godard Drive, Assessor’s Plat 13, Lot 39. The property owner and applicant are 20 Goddard LLC, 10 Greene Street, Providence, RI 02903. The property is zoned M-2.
The entire parcel is 16.84 +/- acres. The proposed major land development project consists of one (1) building totaling approximately 210,000 square feet to be used consistent with uses allowed by right in the M-2 zoning district. [See site plan on the back of this page.]
The land development project is consistent with the Cranston Comprehensive Plan –
Future Land Use Map and will be serviced by public water and sewer.
All relevant project materials on this application will be posted to the City’s website prior to the meeting and can be found on the Planning Department’s webpage at https://www.cranstonri.com/departments/planning/. If you are unable to access the internet, you can contact the Cranston Planning Department directly at 780-3222 and paper copies will be mailed out to you.
As an abutting resident, you are invited to attend this Public Hearing at which time, plans will be presented for public comment and City Plan Commission review. Plans for this major land development project may be reviewed prior to the meeting in the Planning Department, Room 309, Cranston City Hall, during regular office hours, 8:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M., Monday through Friday.
Pursuant to the Cranston Subdivision and Land Development Regulations, the proposed plan may be revised by the City Plan Commission as a result of further study or because of views expressed at this meeting. Individuals requesting interpreter services for the hearing impaired should contact the Planning Department at 461-1000 ext. 3136, seventy-two (72) hours prior to the meeting date.
Jason M. Pezzullo, AICP
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