Sequim council expected to approve latest shopping center Monday
Sequim, WA - The Sequim city council appears to be poised to approve the city’s latest shopping center, with the Bell Farm project on the agenda for Monday’s council meeting.
The city council has already held the public hearing to consider the proposed project, which would bring more “big box” retail stores to a tract of land adjacent to the city lying just east of Sequim Avenue near the Bypass.
The Burrowes family and McConkey Development are hoping to turn the farmland into a project called the “Bell Farm Center”, with hopes of convincing Fred Meyer to erect a new store as the first phase of the development.
After a delay to refine some of the language in the ordinance approving the Bell Farm project, council members are expected to give their approval to the proposal at Monday night’s council meeting. Once that vote takes place, we should find out whether Fred Meyer will commit to building a new store on the site.
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