Saturday, April 29, 2006

Suisun's City Hall wants go-ahead to develop land

From Daily Republic
By Ian Thompson

SUISUN CITY - Suisun City Hall is asking the City Council Tuesday for the green light to look for developers interested in putting a business on the vacant land next to the city's post office.

Several developers have expressed interest in the 8.3 acres located behind the Suisun City Post Office and City Hall wants to get specific proposals from them for what to put on the site.

This is part of Suisun City's efforts to get much of its vacant commercial land developed for businesses that will generate sales tax money the city badly needs.

The City Council is waiting for a study to be completed on what the best revenue-generating uses would be for this and other parcels scattered across the city.

A week ago, the council approved allowing the Old Town area's master developer, Main Street West Partners, to go ahead with putting up three buildings for retail businesses and offices on Solano Street just west of Main Street.

The Suisun City Council meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Suisun City Council chamber at 701 Civic Center Blvd.

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