FAIRFIELD — NorthBay Medical Center’s modernization plans, including a 60-foot-tall building addition, go before Fairfield city planning commissioners Wednesday with a Community Development Department recommendation that they approve a use permit for the project.
The three-story building addition will match the height of the existing 1992 addition at the site, a city staff report notes. A use permit is required for the new building.
A single-story waiting pavilion will serve as the new main public entrance for the hospital to allow for internal expansion of the emergency department, the report adds.
Commissioners meet at 6 p.m. in the Fairfield City Council chamber at 1000 Webster St.
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