The owners of Rosemont Plaza have two options before them, and one of those options presents a lot more options.
The the shopping center's owners must either build a six-foot-high masonry wall behind the plaza or apply for a special permit to build something else.
That something else could be a taller, solid wood fence or a wood fence in some areas and a masonry wall in others. The plan would have to be worked out with the county and approved by the Cordova Community Planning Advisory Council.
Building a masonry wall would require removing all of the trees along the property line, .
Mike Alcheck, the plaza's Director of Operations, said he would have to talk to the center's other officials before deciding which option to pursue. They have 45 days to decide.
Sacramento County Supervisor Don Nottoli, who represents Rosemont, said he thinks the owners should apply for the special permit and tailor-make something that will work for the neighbors.
"In my view it seems like a reasonable approach," Nottoli said during .
Only one neighbor spoke publicly at Tuesday's meeting, and she said she wants the Bay Area-based property owners to build a masonry wall.
Rosemont, what would you like to see built behind the shopping center? Would a masonry wall provide the most privacy for the residents behind the center, or is it unnecessary? How important are the trees along the property line? Weigh in below by voting in our poll or leaving a comment.