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*There was a correction made to the story on Monday, July 10.
By Kristina Pritchett
According to the Planning Commission agenda, a request regarding the Wave Resort and a project regarding the Union Bank in the Lantern District is scheduled to be discussed.
According to the public notice, the hotel will be a 57-room hotel with 4,000 square feet of restaurant space and outdoor dining, a 40-bed hostel and a visitor center on Pacific Coast Highway.
Regarding the Union Bank site, the request is to relocate to the existing Union Bank to the first floor of an existing multi-tenant commercial building on Del Prado.
Each item has a public hearing where members from the public can give their opinions. The Commission could vote on a decision regarding the items during the meeting.
The meeting is scheduled for Monday, July 10 at 6 p.m. To view the agenda, click here.