A city panel is expected to take another look at Highlands University’s plans for a three-story residence hall, a project that would close Washington Avenue.
Last week, the city Planning and Zoning Commission delayed making a decision on the plan for the 100,000-square-foot hall, which would take up two acres. Members said they wanted more study of the traffic impact, among other issues.
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