County officials have not reached a decision on a controversial plan to bring an assisted living facility to 11501 Sunrise Valley Drive.
For the second time this year, the county’s Board of Supervisors unanimously deferred a decision to Feb. 20 at 3:30 p.m.
At a Tuesday board meeting, Hunter Mill District Supervisor Cathy Hudgins did not explain why the decision was delayed. In January, Hudgins said she wanted to work with residents and the developer of Kensington Senior Development to tackle concerns raised by residents over several months.
Neighboring residents have expressed staunch opposition to the plan, which they said shoehorns a large, incompatible facility in an established, residential area.
The building, which would include up to 125 beds and 91 rooms, is more than eight times larger than the current child care facility on the site.
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