A public hearing will be held Tuesday on the proposed annexation of 416 acres west of Hagerstown, including land for the $40 million Centre at Hagerstown shopping center.
The 7 p.m. hearing will be in Council Chambers on the second floor of City Hall.
City Council members will vote whether to approve a resolution for the annexation after the hearing. If approved, it would become effective on July 24.
About 79 acres of the land northwest of the Interstate 81 and U.S. 40 interchange is for the shopping center.
A master plan for the 416 acres suggests a golf course surrounded by 1,100 residential units, a business park and more retail businesses, including a hotel. The master plan could change, officials said.
Phillip L. Ross, director of the McLean, Va.-based development firm for the shopping center, said he doesn't anticipate any problems at the annexation hearing.