A public hearing on the Canton High School track, field and parking lot project set for Wednesday night was postponed to March 6.
The issue was due to go to a zoning commission hearing Feb. 20 but resident David Sinish sent a message to the town land-use office that a notification sign was not visible at Canton High School, officials said.
Posting of a sign at the affected property for 7 consecutive days prior to a public hearing is required by the town's regulations, Town Planner Neil Pade said.
On Feb. 7, a sign was placed by the west side of the high school entrance but was buried during the blizzard and the town could not certify that it was visible during the required period, Pade said.
The town attorney recommended the hearing be postponed, Pade added.
The hearing has been rescheduled for March 6 at the Library/Community Center (40 Dyer Ave.) at 6 p.m.
The hearing is part of the Zoning Commission site plan application. The commission's approval remains the last regulatory hurdle for the $3.6 million plan that calls for a track, synthetic field and parking lot improvements. Last fall, residents voted to bond for the project.