Commissioners have been looking over the proposed riverfront development for nearly four years now, but Monday they were still hung up on a number of items, including the height of buildings and parking.
“I think it’s a centerpiece for the community. This is a big deal for the centerpiece of Eugene, and it’s a very important riverfront property, so we want to get it right. We want to take the time to do that and work through these issues with the planning commission,” said Gabe Flock, Eugene Senior Planner.
The commission will reconvene to discuss a final version of the proposal on March 11. After that, its recommendations will be passed onto the city council.