A planned complex to house a technology and sewage facility construction firm that could bring 300 new jobs to Pacific will be discussed at a public hearing Tuesday, Jan. 23.

The Pacific Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) will hold a public hearing to hear a request from ADB Companies for approval of a plat consolidation and planned unit development (PUD) zoning designation for the project.

The firm wants to combine the lot at 18777 Route 66 with four adjacent parcels on Hill View Drive into one lot of 15 acres. The parcels were voluntarily annexed into Pacific in June 2017.

The Route 66 lot sits directly east of the Eureka Fire District training center.

ADB plans to build a 20,370-square-foot office building, a 26,000-square-foot maintenance building, parking area, stormwater detention facility and fenced outside storage area.

The meeting will be open to the public and any person wishing to comment on the proposed consolidation and rezoning will be heard.