The town of Hampstead’s Planning and Zoning Commission met Wednesday to discuss a new development and to check in on the drawn-out Main Street revitalization project.
Florida Rock Properties Inc. is bringing a new development project to Hampstead. Representatives from the company and a builder it contracted to complete the project introduced the concept plan on Wednesday for the proposed suburban development.
The concept plan considers storm water management, forest conservation and traffic implications.
James Roark, the Hampstead Town Council representative on the zoning commission, asked the developers if they’d considered adding a second entry point to the plans.
Builders have completed most of the East side of the street’s curb, sidewalk and gutter, Ledley said. They are installing street lamps and have started paving half of the road.
Clustered mailboxes will be installed soon, she added.
While traffic delays associated with the project have been frustrating, to see one side of Main Street come to fruition, “has been absolutely amazing,” said Sharon Callahan, chair of the planning and zoning commission.