The concept plan for a proposed new Upper Chesapeake hospital in Havre de Grace will be reviewed at a meeting Monday.
The Havre de Grace planning commission will review the plan at a 7 p.m. meeting at City Hall.
The meeting will be the only opportunity for the public to view and give input on the plan.
By ordinance, the Havre de Grace planning commission is empowered to review and make recommendations on the concept plan within a 30-day period. That window begins at the point in which the planning department receives the plan.
Planning commission chairman Curtis Coon told Patch Havre de Grace's planning department received the plan Aug. 20 and completed its review on Aug. 31.
Coon said he felt "cramped" with the time frame and only one opportunity for residents to give input on the plan.
The full agenda for the meeting can be found on the city website and in printable form included with this article.
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