Meeting postponed for Island Craft workshop development

A public meeting to discuss the multi-faceted workshop space, Island Craft, has been postponed to Monday, Dec. 16.

The development project proposes three buildings ranging in size from 4,000 to 6,400 square feet of workshops for all types of craftsmen. If approved, the workshops would be built on an undeveloped parcel located just west of the Day Road and Miller Road intersection, in an industrial-zoned area.

Island Craft will work in many ways like condominiums and offer workshop space to tenants ranging from artists to car and woodworking enthusiasts to professional craftsmen.

Formerly scheduled for Dec. 10, a public meeting to discuss the development has been rescheduled for 5 to 7 p.m.

Monday, Dec. 16 in the council chambers at city hall.

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