The Petaluma City Council will soon have an opportunity to weigh in on the Corona Road development linked to the future east Petaluma SMART station, following a resounding rejection from Planning Commissioners.
The project will return to city council chambers for the third time in four weeks at the Dec.16 council meeting. Council members will decide whether the development will move forward, considering Planning Commissioners’ advice to reject the project altogether.
The 6.5-acre residential development on the corner of Corona Road and North McDowell Boulevard borders a section of the SMART rail corridor where the agency plans on building the second Petaluma station.
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