A final decision for whether the owners of Rosemont Plaza will be required to build a masonry wall behind the Kiefer Boulevard center will have to wait.
The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday delayed a decision on the issue until April 17. The board , and won't act until after a at Rosemont High School.
Currently a wood fence divides the shopping center and the homes behind it. Neighbors who live behind Rosemont Plaza , while the would be too expensive. A law enacted after the shopping center was built requires a masonry wall between commercial centers and homes, and the owners of Rosemont Plaza say they aren't the only ones with an old center that isn't up to snuff.
A time has not yet been set for the April 17 hearing.
Rosemont, do you have questions for the Bay Area-based owners of Rosemont Plaza? Ask them at a community meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at .