With the news Monday that the property owners surrounding Mission Valley had filed a valid protest petition against the Mission Chateau proposal, the table was effectively set for the Sept. 3 Prairie Village City Council meeting where, after months and months of public and private proceedings, the controversial development is very likely to get a final vote.
With the protest petition in place, 10 members of the governing body (the 12 councilors and the mayor) must cast affirmative votes for the proposal for it to pass, should the council make a motion for the proposal’s approval. It’s possible, however, that the council may move to send the issue back to the Planning Commission and request revisions to its recommendations.
Prairie Village on Tuesday release a schedule for the Sept. 3 meeting, which will be held at Village Presbyterian Church:
6-6:30 p.m.: Council Committee
6:30-7:30 p.m.: City Council Meeting for all other items other than the Mission Chateau Project
7:30 p.m.: Mission Chateau project
Now that we know the specific vote totals required for passing the proposal, what do you think is most likely to happen?