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Werrlein Properties, LLC, has submitted a proposal for the reuse of 4017 Hamilton Street, known to many Hyattsville residents as the former WSSC Building. The application will now go through the City’s Development Review Process, which is open to the public. As part of the process, you are invited to provide public comment at any of the below public meetings, on www.speakuphvl.com/forums, or by email to email@example.com. Questions should be directed to the City Planner, Katie Gerbes, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (301) 985-5059 OR to Werrlein Properties at email@example.com.Presentation of Proposal at City Council Meeting ~ February 5, 2018, at 7:45 p.m. in Council Chambers ~ 4310 Gallatin StreetWerrlein Properties will present their proposal to City Council for the first time. It will be a brief overview, with time allotted for Council members to ask questions. There will be an opportunity for public comment at the beginning of the Council meeting.Presentation of Proposal to the City's Planning Committee ~ February 27, 2018, at 7:30 p.m. in the Prangley Room ~ 4310 Gallatin StreetThis is an opportunity for Werrlein to have an in-depth discussion with the City's Planning Committee regarding specific details of the proposal, allowing Committee members to ask questions and offer their technical feedback. City Council Discussion of Proposal ~ March 5 OR 19, 2018, (Date TBD) in Council Chambers ~ 4310 Gallatin StreetDuring the discussion, City staff will present City Council with the details of Werrlein's proposal, staff's professional recommendations, and the findings of the Planning Committee. This will be Council's opportunity to ask staff in-depth questions about the proposal. There will be an opportunity for public comment at the beginning of the Council meeting.City Council Action on Proposal ~ March 19 OR April 2, 2018, (Date TBD) in Council Chambers ~ 4310 Gallatin StreetThis is when City Council will decide to either support, support with conditions, or not support Werrlein's proposal. City Council will then direct staff to convey the decision to the M-NCPPC Planning Board to be considered as that body makes the ultimate decision regarding the approval of the proposal. City Council's conditions often vary depending on the development project, but generally consist of items that M-NCPPC has the authority to enforce. There will be an opportunity for public comment at the beginning of the Council meeting.