The developer of a proposed condominium project in Egg Harbor is scaling it back. Initially, he had asked for a 27-unit complex downtown where Mueller’s Mini Mart was once located. Residents had concerns, and at a Plan Commission meeting last week, the number of condos was reduced to 14. Village Administrator Ryan Heise says it is a double-edged sword, mainly as it concerns the possibility of affordable housing being involved.
Heise says he has gotten a lot of positive reaction regarding the beach work the village recently wrapped up. He says residents are supportive of the proposal to purchase shorefront at the Alpine Resort. The next step is a new road connecting the beach to downtown.