The continuation of the public hearing for the Finnerty's redevelopment has once again been postponed, this time until Tuesday, Dec. 4.
Developers Matthew Levy and Jesse Adelman first met with the Planning Board at a public hearing on Sept. 4. The continuation of that hearing has since been postponed on several occasions.
The delay in the hearing, however, doesn't mean that work hasn't continued.
Two veteran restaurateurs have signed an agreement to open an as-yet-unnamed restaurant at the property located on the corner of Main and West Plain streets. Additionally, Levy and Adelman have been working on the overall site plan, which has been proposed as a two building development: One building a CVS and the other a restaurant with some additional commericial and office space.For updates on this and other business news in Wayland, follow Wayland Patch on Twitter and Facebook and sign up for our email newsletters.
"Working off the feedback from the Planning Board in our first public meeting, we have been making changes based on public's and Design Review Committee's feedback," Adelman explained in an email. "These changes require us to partner with our tenants and take some time. We are moving in the right direction and look forward to being back in front of the Planning Board shortly."
The continuation of the hearing is currently scheduled to take place Dec. 4.