Ordinance 20-13 was introduced on April 8 and a public hearing was held Monday night before the governing body voted 7-0, with one member absent.
The 115-unit rental complex at Main and Monroe streets is expected to go before the Zoning Board of Adjustment on Monday night for a bulk variance to include the vacating of Dock Street and design modifications. The additional 13 feet that the project will extend into Dock Street will allow the redesign to open up some spaces and make it more marketable, according to the developer.
Once those approvals are granted, Capodagli Property Company will be ready to start to move forward on construction, Redevelopment Agency Director Peter Pelissier said at the May 1 Redevelopment Agency meeting. The project has received its sewer permit, he added.