A public hearing on the construction of another hotel on Harbor Boulevard will go before the Garden Grove Planning Commission when it meets on Thursday, Nov. 15.
Garden Grove Hotel LLC is proposing to build a five-story hotel on what was once the site of a Mazda car dealership on the east side of the street at 13650 Harbor Blvd. (between Trask and Westminster avenues).
The hotel would cover one acre and include 100 parking spaces for 124 rooms.
The site was a car sales facility for several years, and later was the proposed location for the never-built Vietnam War Museum, a favorite project of then-Mayor Bruce Broadwater.
The commission meets in the council chambers in the Community Meeting Center, 11300 Stanford Ave. (near Euclid Street).
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