Suzuki plan comes back to Bainbridge council

  • Friday, November 24, 2017 3:59pm
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The Bainbridge Island City Council will take another look at its meeting next week at a proposed development agreement to build a new neighborhood on the city-owned Suzuki property on New Brooklyn Road.

Olympic Property Group has submitted a proposed plan for new housing on the 13.83-acre parcel. Under the plan submitted to the council last month, the company would build up to 68 homes on the property.

The council will revisit the development agreement at its meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 28 at city hall.

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