Cheney mixed-use options aim at developer flexibility, but concerns raised about downtown parking
By BECKY THOMAS
Cheney’s new zoning code could bring a lot more diversity in terms of building types and uses for commercial centers.
Proposed changes to the commercial zoning code were discussed Monday by the Cheney Planning Commission; the commercial changes are part of a complete overhaul of the city’s development code.
Community Development director Brian Jennings and city planner Brett Lucas presented their draft of the commercial zoning code, which was divided into three districts, C-A, C-B and C-C.
District A would be a mixed use area in the downtown core, with a...
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