The Columbia County Planning Commission will have a second opportunity Thursday to decide on site plan revisions to Marshall Square.
Revisions to a 2007 plan were brought before the commission Feb. 5 but were tabled.
The changes to the 47-acre planned unit development separated residential units from retail buildings and eliminated a high-rise residential tower.
After the meeting, developers made additional changes that were revealed during a public work session last month, allowing county officials and residents to express their opinions and concerns.
Though not final, the most recent site plan revisions include the addition of a 15,000- to 20,000-square-foot public square between two residential and two retail buildi ngs.
Commercial units are planned to occupy the first floors of both residential buildings closest to the square.
Also, four "live/work" buildings were shown to front Evans Town Center Boulevard.
A decorative wrought-iron gate will be constructed at each apartment building's entrance for safety. Visitors will use a call box, and tenants must swipe a card to gain entry, according to the developer's presentation.
A public hearing to discuss the revisions will be held during the meeting, scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday at the Evans Government Center auditorium, 630 Ronald Reagan Drive.
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