Gwinnett County won’t take up changes to a proposed commercial development at Coolray Field until next month.
Two developers have proposed scaling back a planned commercial development at the baseball stadium and building more apartments instead. Local residents and some county officials object, saying the upscale development originally proposed was a key selling point when Gwinnett officials agreed to spend $64 million to build the stadium for the Gwinnett Braves.
The Municipal-Gwinnett County Planning Commission was scheduled to take up the proposals today but will postpone action until April 3, according to Chairman Chuck Warbington.
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