Tonight's meeting will feature testimony from a traffic expert for the developer and will likely end in a vote on whether to approve the project.
The plan for the 241,000-square-foot complex would include 15 retail spaces and three restaurants housed in seven buildings on the 28-acre site. The plan also includes a detention basin that will look like a pond and provide a gathering place with benches and a gazebo on the corner of Raritan Road and Walnut Avenue.
The site plan proposes four entrances and exits, one on Walnut Avenue and three on Raritan Road. The main entrance would be across from the Hyatt Hills Golf Courseentrance with a traffic light. The other two entrances/exits on Raritan Road would be right turn in, right turn out only, while the entrance/exit on Walnut Avenue would allow left turns in, but only right turns out.