The Hagerstown Planning Commission is expected to vote Wednesday on a controversial plan to build 195 residential units on 36.7 acres off of Mount Aetna Road.
The public will be allowed to comment during the meeting, said Matt Davis, a city planner. The meeting is scheduled for 4 p.m. in Council Chambers, which is on the second floor of City Hall.
The site plan submitted to the city last month shows 97 duplexes and one single-family house on the property, which is surrounded by the Brightwood Acres, Londontowne and Fairway Meadows subdivisions.
The commission is expected to vote on the overall site plan and a subdivision plan for 32 units, Davis said.
If approved, the developer could then apply for building permits for the 32 units, Davis said.
The property was the subject of a controversial rezoning and annexation into Hagerstown, drawing scores of protesting neighbors to City Hall last year.