Livingston assisted living hearing reset
A public hearing regarding the future of a proposed assisted living facility planned at the Town of Livingston will have to wait another month.
County supervisors were told on Monday that the developers and the protesters requested an appeal hearing to be rescheduled from this week to Jan. 16, 2024.
Supervisors unanimously approved the request.
Chad and Crystal Gardner Phillips are planning to build a 15-bed assisted living facility called The Oaks at Livingston off Highway 22.
This development has come under scrutiny from many, ranging from neighboring Chestnut Hill residents to the Mannsdale-Livingston Historic Preservation District.
The MLHPD voted not to approve the development and the Madison County Planning & Zoning Commission voted to approve a conditional use permit for the facility.
“We are excited to offer our community a personalized approach to disabled elderly care, and take great pride in providing exceptional service in a beautiful environment,” Chad Phillips said in a release. “We look forward to partnering alongside our Madison neighbors in welcoming The Oaks as a valued solution for families looking to support their elderly loved ones in need.”