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The status of new businesses and development coming to Emmitsburg follows:

Emmit Ridge 2 — The property is for sale.

Federal Stone — The company has proposed changes to its previously approved site plan at Creamery Court to reflect a proposed new building format and footprint and other changes related to the site. The revised plans were expected to be submitted to the Emmitsburg Planning Commission for its Dec. 19th meeting.

        Frailey Farm — The property is under contract. The proposed developer held a public workshop with the mayor and Board of Commissioners to discuss the project last month.

        Mason Dixon Logistics Park (Trout Property) — The concept plan has been submitted to staff for a commercial/industrial park.  Submitted an informal floating zone amendment for comment.

        MDOT/SHA Park & Ride — MDOT/SHA restarted design work on July 1. It is expected that 30 percent of the project will be complete by the end of 2022. 

        Ripleigh’s Creamery — Construction was to begin in October.

        Rutter’s — The project is under active construction. Rutter’s has proposed an amendment to its approved site plan that would remove a forest conservation easement. This would allow the removal of trees currently protected by the easement.

        Seton Village — The Daughters of Charity Ministries is seeking to formally replat the Seton Village property to create two lots for purposes related to ownership. This is a technical plat change, and the surveyor has been advised of the town’s plat requirements and procedures.

                Village Liquors & Plaza Inn — Property owner has informed the town he is now phasing the project — Phase 1: first-story convenience area and Phase 2: second- and third-story hotel. They are currently waiting on Frederick County improvement plan approval.

The status of new businesses and development coming to Emmitsburg follows:

Emmit Ridge 2: The property is for sale.

Federal Stone: The forest and site plans have been approved. The next step is to submit an improvement plat with the town. Construction is being pushed back due to high construction cost caused by inflation.

Frailey Farm: The property is under contract. The proposed developer held a public workshop with the mayor and board of commissioners to discuss the project last month.

Mason Dixon Logistics Park (Trout Property): The concept plan has been submitted to staff for a commercial/industrial park. Submitted an informal floating zone amendment for comment.

MDOT/SHA Park & Ride: MDOT/SHA restarted design work on July 1. It is expected that 30 percent of the project will be complete by the end of 2022.

Ripleigh’s Creamery: Construction was to begin in October.

Rutter’s: The project is under active construction. It is expected to be completed this month.

Village Liquors & Plaza Inn: Property owner has informed the town he is now phasing the project – Phase 1: first-story convenience area and Phase 2: second- and third-story hotel. They are currently waiting on Frederick County improvement plan approval.

The following are the status of new businesses and development coming to Emmitsburg:

Emmit Ridge 2 — The property has sold to an investor. RJD Development and Ryan Homes are working with the investor to purchase it. Wetlands have been found that compromise eight of the proposed lots and part of the proposed Irishtown Drive. Wetland mitigation will need to be approved by the State of Maryland. Forty-eight lots have been proposed.

Federal Stone — The forest and site plans have been approved. The next step is to submit an improvement plat with the town.

Frailey Farm — The property is under contract. The Emmitsburg town planner met with a potential developer on June 30.

Mason Dixon Logistics Park (Trout Property) — The concept plan has been submitted to staff for a commercial/industrial park. 

MDOT/SHA Park & Ride — MDOT/SHA restarted design work on July 1. It is expected that 30 percent of the project will be complete by the end of 2022. 

Ripleigh’s Creamery — The owners are working on obtaining a Frederick County building permit.

Rutter’s — The project is under active construction. It is expected to be completed later this year.

Village Liquors & Plaza Inn — The owners are working with Frederick County on erosion and sediment control and stormwater management permits. Also, they are working on conditions for approval on the town site and improvement plans.

Warthen’s Court 5-unit townhomes — A sketch plan has been submitted.

The following are the status of new businesses and development coming to Emmitsburg:

 Brookfield cul-de-sac — The sketch plan has been submitted, and the town is waiting for development plans for 10 single-family dwellings.

Christ’s Community Church — A concept plan has been submitted to build a 12,500-square-foot church, with 98 parking spaces on Creamery Road near Quality Tire.

 Emmit Ridge 2 — The property has been sold to an investor. RJD Development and Ryan Homes are working with the investor to purchase it. Wetlands have been found that compromise eight of the proposed lots and part of the proposed Irishtown Drive. Wetland mitigation will need to be approved by the State of Maryland. Forty-eight lots have been proposed.

 Federal Stone — The final subdivision plat, the forest conservation plan, and the site plan have been submitted for combined lots 7 and 8.

 Frailey Farm — The property is for sale. A potential developer has reached out to the town for a meeting.

 Mason Dixon Logistics Park (Trout Property) — The concept plan has been submitted to staff. 

 MDOT/SHA Park & Ride — The design is 15 percent complete. The project is on hold due to state budget cuts resulting from COVID-19. Staff is working with legislators to push the project forward. 

 Ripleigh’s Creamery — The owners are working on obtaining a Frederick County building permit.

 Rutter’s — The project is under active construction. It is expected to be completed later this summer.

Village Liquors & Plaza Inn — The owners are working with Frederick County on erosion and sediment control and stormwater management permits. Also, they are working on conditions for approval on the town site and improvement plans.

 Warthen’s Court 5-unit townhomes — A sketch plan has been submitted. The developer is preparing the required engineered plans for the Emmitsburg Planning Commission submittal.